Your first move, the feint, is not intended to score. Opening moves are usually easily detected and thus have little chance of scoring. While opponent is reacting to the first attack, the second attack may score.
For the evade and counter fighter, use confusion to slow his reaction.
Before engaging your enemy's forces you create confusion to weaken his perception and judgment. Do something unusual, strange, and unexpected, this will arouse the enemy's suspicion and disrupt his thinking. A distracted enemy is thus more vulnerable.
Use distraction to upset opponent's concentration. Use eye feint or misdirection to draw opponents attention and then attack.