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 Technique Chart Application
Uchiha Satori
Posted: Jan 6 2006, 01:12 AM


Group: Admin
Posts: 529
Member No.: 1
Joined: 9-June 05

Alright this is the format in which you should submit a technique chart.

Name: (The Name of Your Chart)
Type: (Specify if your chart is Taijutsu, Ninjutsu, Genjutsu, or A Mix)
Rank: (If you only want a specific rank(s) to use your chart. I.E Only ANBU can use an assasination technique chart)
Special Items(What items the users will receive. I.E. a sword for the sword chart)
Description: (What your chart is all about).

After that you should list techniques. The techniques should be listed in this format.

Type: Taijutsu/Ninjutsu/Genjutsu
Chakra: (Amount Needed to Learn)
Description: Describe how your ninjutsu or genjutsu works.. or if it's taijutsu, the users abilities at that level.

You may post as many or as few jutsu as you like in your tree, just know that it will be reviewed by mods before hand. Post it in the registration forum when it is complete. Here is a blank template for you all.


[b.]Special Items:[/b]

[*](Name of Jutsu #1)


Naturally, take out all the periods in the BB code.
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