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 Advanced Bloodlines, Legendary Jutsu Passed Down Through Clan
Uchiha Satori
Posted: Jun 11 2005, 06:01 AM


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In the Naruto world there exists special techniques that are passed down through genetics. The powers of these special jutsu vary widely, and can only be utilized by a select few. In this roleplay, not only will we allow you take on these special roles, you will be able to create your own. The method for creating a bloodline clan is similar to that of a normal technique chart, but it requires a bit more depth, in both the techniques and clan description.

-Only 10 Members May Hold The Same Bloodline Technique, less if the creator chooses.
-Rpers Using More Than One Character, May Only Have two Bloodlines between their three characters, and yes, Jinchuuriki count as bloodline characters.(PM me if you have a request)

This is the application:


CODE
[b]Clan Name:[/b]
[b]Name of Bloodline Technique:[/b]
[b]Description:[/b]
[b]Village:[/b]
[b]Clan History:[/b]
[LIST]




[*](Name of Jutsu #1)
Type:
Chakra
Description:



[/LIST]


Note the similarities to the technique application
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