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Naruto Jiyuu > Technique Chart/Bloodline Registration > Bakajikara


Posted by: Omega2042 Apr 20 2006, 01:45 AM
Name: Bakajikara (Monstrous Strength)
Type: Taijutsu
Rank: Any
Special Items: None
Description: Similar to the basic taijutsu that every ninja knows, but only a few have the chakra control needed to use this style. Unlike the other forms of taijutsu, this style uses perfect chakra control to achieve an unbelievable amount of strength.[/b]
  • Near Perfect Chakra Control
    Type: Chakra Control
    Chakra: N/A
    Description: The user shows great talent in chakra control. Most chuunin envy the level of control this gives.

  • Bakajikara (Monstrous Strength) Level 1
    Type: Taijutsu
    Chakra: N/A
    Description: The user is just learning how to control their chakra to increase their strength. A single punch is only able put a medium sized dent into stone.

  • Bakajikara (Monstrous Strength) Level 2
    Type: Taijutsu
    Chakra: 5,000
    Description: After learning the basics the user now shows great improvement. The user now has enough strength to break a small rock in two.

  • Perfect Chakra Control
    Type: Chakra Control
    Chakra: 10,000
    Description: The user now has perfect control over their chakra. No chakra will be wasted whenever chakra is used.

  • Bakajikara (Monstrous Strength) Level 3
    Type: Taijutsu
    Chakra: 15,500
    Description: At this level the user can split the ground with a single punch. Taking a punch from someone using this would easily break any bone the attack connected with as well as sending you flying.

  • Bakajikara (Monstrous Strength) Level 4
    Type: Taijutsu
    Chakra: 26,250
    Description: Mastery in this style gives the user enough strength to split the ground with a single finger. A single punch from someone using this style is capable of killing.

Posted by: Uchiha Mikyas Apr 21 2006, 02:02 AM
Sorry if this is spamming, but isn't this the basically same chart as mine? Super strength? It's the Akimichi clan, btw.

Posted by: Pandaman Apr 21 2006, 02:46 AM
Um... no.

Akimichi is physical strength based on size, while this is strength based on how well you can concentrate chakra into a small point.

Posted by: Uchiha Mikyas Apr 22 2006, 01:47 AM
Well, look at my clan for yourself. If you haven't noticed the size and the strength are 2 different jutsus.

Yes, in CERTAIN areas in my clan you use size for strength. Look at the chart instead of basing it off the Akimichi clan from the show. As you can see there, my chart has a lot of the same ideas for Super Strength, an example would be the Asshou, an attack that breaks the ground. And in no way is the multi size jutsu needed for that technique nor does it have much do with it.

Posted by: Omega2042 Apr 22 2006, 01:54 AM
Unless you are making that claim that Tsunade is a member of that that clan, then you really dont have an argument. And really, what is the problem you are having anyway?

Posted by: Uchiha Mikyas Apr 22 2006, 01:57 AM
Well it's not really a problem, it's just the fact whether or not there should be 2 charts that share similar techniques... I mean, if you just needed to specialize in Super Strength you might as well join my clan seeing as it is a clan with Super Strength techniques.

PS: What does Tsunade have to do with the Akimichi clan? I'm not talking about the show here. I'm talking about the clan IN this RP which I made. Which has other attacks based off super strength, unlike the show.

Posted by: Omega2042 Apr 22 2006, 02:00 AM
This chart is based off of Tsunade. Plus people might not want to join your clan. I mean there is a Fire chart seperate from Uchiha.

Posted by: Uchiha Mikyas Apr 22 2006, 02:08 AM
That is true... Well, I'm not trying to take "charge" of techniques or anything here if anybody's wondering why I posted in this section even though it's not my job. Just thought I could lend a fresh eye, which never hurts.

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