Well, yes. I was talking about the brush. For the bomb I made a really quick circle motion with my wrist followed by a short diagonal line shortly after. I did the bomb so often and so fast that it didn't feel like the pointer. It was the pointer of course, but eventually you don't concentrate on it Maybe it was just practice? The first couple of times and when you first learn it, yeah you're clearly pointing. Same with other parts where it is drawing-based. But, the attacks are done so often that you somehow bypass the pointing through practice and it becomes effortless eventually. Okay, I worded that badly. You're pointing. It has to face the screen. But, aside from the first couple of times when you're learning an attack, I don't remember like... having my arm super extended and making exaggerated motions to line everything up properly. With practice you learn that you can do stuff with small wrist flicks and very little movement (which is pretty much true of any Wii game). It still has to face the screen so it reads it, but... I don't know, I remember it being simpler than I had initially thought it would be.