Character Name: Nita Kurogane
Character Age: 12
Character Height: Tall for his age, but has a mean slouch
Characters Weight: nearly anorexic
Starting Village: Hidden Smoke Village
Character Description: messy and uneven black hair, keeps it generally swept back, gray eyes, always always smirking good-naturedly. wears a gray sleeveless jacket with a raised collar, a thin cable wound around his right arm where a sleeve would go. Baggy black pants tucked into knee-high sandle-boots with li’l 4 inch long hooks protruding out and up from the heels. Various things on his person clink together when he walks, not very good for sneaking up on people.
History: Nita’s parents tell him that he was born wearing the same bold grin that he wears today, and that that’s where he got his name. Nita’s name and his grin both suit him perfectly, given his situation:
His grandfather was a clan-less villager from the start of his ninja career, but he had a spirit that was easily a match for any amount of glorious heritage. It was with this spirit that he eventually earned himself the moniker “Feral Wind” for the reckless and beastial way he fought. However, during one unfortunate sortie, it was this reckless style that earned him a crippling leg wound, and forced him to retire. With nothing else to do with himself, he set about analyzing, organizing, and otherwise perfecting the style that had carried him through his glory days. He passed this style on to his sons, the very first of which earned the style and himself even more infamy than grandpa had. This was Nita’s father, and he achieved mastery of the style at age 16 and was happily recruited into an elite anbu team. This fighting style is the family’s treasure, and nothing would please them more than to register it alongside their family name as an official clan of Hidden Smoke. According to Hidden Smoke law though, in order to become a clan a family must have at least three generation of ninja on its tree. For all their pride and determination the fate of the clan was still usure. Then Nita Kurogane was born, grinning like the devil as if he already knew what was expected of him and loved it. It’s a good thing that he inherited his grandfather’s philosophy of sprinting head-on toward your fate, because without the momentum he’d surely be crushed under his family’s expectations.Items
-10 ShruikenMissions Completed
- Bunshin no Jutsu (Clone Technique)
Description: This technique must be mastered by any ninja who has graduated from the Academy at the Hidden Leaf Village. It's the most basic technique a Genin must know, since it can be a real lifesaver. This ninjutsu creates an illusional clone of the user.
- Henge no Jutsu (Transformation Technique)
Description: Henge no Jutsu is the basic skill a ninja must know to become a Genin. It is a very useful and widely used skill in the series, as it has many uses. It's mostly used as a decoy, to confuse the opponent by transforming into somebody that's an ally with the enemy.
- Genjutsu Kai (Genjutsu Release)
Description: A Ninjutsu technique where the ninja focuses their chakra and screams "kai" or "release." They can perform it on themselves or on others. It will effectively ward off most Genjutsu, unless extremely powerful or when used in conjunction with an advanced bloodline.
- All or Nothing
Description: The user barrels forward at breakneck speed, all the while maintaining their maneuverability and dodging any attacks, taking advantage of the terrain if possible (pinballing between trees for example.) This is the technique that members of the clan train with most, conventional projectiles to not deter.
- Binding Cable
Description: All the kunai on the users kengitsui whip are retracted, making the whip much smaller in size and easier to maneuver. Usually used to constrict the enemy and make them open for an attack.
- Lateral of Destruction
Description: The user extends his kengitsui whip and swings it horizontally like an extension of his own arm. The entire whip down to the end moves at the same speed as the users arm, but with its own great momentum.