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|Naruto Jiyuu > Technique Chart/Bloodline Registration > A continuation of Kurokami Yukio's bloodline|
|Posted by: Kuroukami Yukio May 4 2006, 03:34 AM|
| This is just a continuation. I just figured I should add a lil more since my bloodline had very little in it.
Desc: The user lets lose a circular shield of reinforced shadow, blocking strong taijutsu and ninjutsu. Due to the shield being pure shadow, this sheild can be created within a 10 meter radius of the user
Type: Taijutsu and Ninjutsu
Desc: User creates shadow and binds it to their hands. While the user attacks, he can detach the shadow at anytime. Therefore, this jutsu can also be used to throw shadow like projectiles. The projectiles are about 2 inches larger, in diameter, than a fist. The Genkotsu, when striking an opponent, sticks to the opponent, binding movement in the part that is struck, for a short period of time.
Tenrai Kage(Divine Shadow)
Desc: By taking particles out of the air, and binding it with a very small amount of shadow, the user is able to create temporary shadow. Useful for defensive tactics, such as blocking attacks, but cannot block strong ninjutsu and taijutsu techniques. The user waves his hand, using the technique, and shadow is created, blocking the oncoming attack. This shadow disappears in 2-3 seconds unless it is constantly barraged with particles and shadow, in which it would have to stay on the user. The second it leaves the user's body, it disapparates.
Mass Shadow Creation no Jutsu
(Used With Kagegan)
Desc: The user mass creates shadow and lets it loose on the ground. The shadow then expands on the ground to a radius of about 20 feet. The user can then create clones and can attack with the shadow. The opponent must be inside or just barely outside of this ring to be attacked
Kage Terepo-to(Shadow Teleport)
(Used with Mass Shadow Creation no Jutsu)
Desc: The user, while inside of the Mass Shadow Creation Jutsu, can teleport instantaneously within it. This allows from some ridiculously fast attacks. Extended use of this could prove dangerous to the body, however.
Desc: A light(in weight) club of shadow, simple enough. However, the shadow is a special type of shadow that is only moldable by the members of the kurokami clan. By adding one's own blood to the shadow, the shadow drains chakra as it touches the opponent. This sword cannot peirce the body, but simple lands bluntly against the victim, causing bruises and draining small amounts of chakra. Likewise, the more chakra it drains, the heavier the club gets.
Desc: By spreading low concentrations of shadow around the area, a black hazey mist fills the area, making it impossible to see clearly.
|Posted by: Kuroukami Yukio May 7 2006, 01:31 AM|
|feel free to post whenever....|
|Posted by: Omega2042 May 7 2006, 08:41 AM|
| OK, so here is what your chart will look like if all this gets accepted:
Looks fine, the standard rules for barriers are still around though.
Its unclear exactly what type of attack this does. When the shadow detaches what exactly does it do from there? What is the general size of the projectile?
It seems as though this isnt really needed if you already have that shield. Feel free to make a case for it if you want.
Is that 20 feet the radius or the diameter? It makes a big different depending on which it is.
Powerful, but has a strict side effect so it works.
Looks fine, although why not just call it a club?
Another version of the Hidden Mist, so I guess it would be hard to not OK it.
|Posted by: Kuroukami Yukio May 8 2006, 10:02 PM|
| yeh...well about Divine Shadow.
The Kageheki can block powerful ninjutsu, while the divine shadow can block ninjutsu and small projectiles. In other words, kageheki is just a beefed up version of divine shadow. Also, kageheki is created with large amounts of shadow, but divine shadow is created with little, so the kageheki can be created from a large range, while the divine shadow must be connected to the user. Divine shadow is used for more close quarters combat, while kageheki is used against very large projectiles like goukakyuu etc. No way in hell it could block things like Amataratsu. Plus, the kageheki is impossible to move around at a decent speed. So in short, Divine Shadow is used for close quarters defensive meneuvers and is weaker than kageheki. Kageheki blocks stronger ninjutsu attacks but cannot be moved very fast at all.
Also, on Kage Genkotsu. The shadow wraps around the fist and is about...2 inches thick maybe? It was about 1.5 times bigger than a fist, so not too overpowered. The shadow does stick to the opponent for a short period of time. When the Genkotsu is on the fist, it beefs up the strength of taijutsu attacks a little.
On Kage Katana, yah i think i will change it to...Kage Karabu. Straight forward and simple.
Also, the chakra reqs on accepted ninja are incorrect. The ones on Ninja Registration are the correct reqs. Satori changed around the reqs because they were too high.
|Posted by: Kuroukami Yukio May 10 2006, 02:37 AM|
| Ok i added more descriptiveness and shtuff