The blades of vengeances have fallen swiftly. The shinobi are no more as 'Absolute Justice' has returned...now, it is the Samurai that rule the Five Major Nations!
But at what cost? Have they become the very thing that they despised the most...? Heroes and villains seem to change roles every day, but one thing is for certain - we yearn for our freedom, for days gone by where we flew the skies unhindered.
Post by The Bear of Caring on May 16, 2011 8:02:46 GMT -8
Bukase just shrugged, glancing around at the scenery of the gate, staring briefly at his new team members. He made no real expression on his face, except a brief nod when the leader said "Understood." His eyes followed the charge of his mission as he walked up, spat off some words, and went along as if he himself didn't hear what he just said. "Well this is going to be a great pile of bricks..." Bukase thought after he spoke that he might have mixed a couple words up...
Either way, he shrugged ever so slightly and took up after the Jounin. A brief thought went through his mind that maybe a lesson in humility would be appropriate down the road, but it was quickly taken away by a single dead leaf and a mild wind.
Post by The Bear of Caring on May 10, 2011 14:48:20 GMT -8
Village gates... Meet me at the village gates...
Bukase was staring blankly at a slip of paper left for him earlier. People had called him a "late bloomer" for being a genin at his age, but quite frankly he couldn't remember much of his blooming at all. His past had left but mere pieces of memory, as if he had to look through a kaleidoscope to see so much as a second. Whatever it was he went through, it must have been rough, for his body was a little worse for wear, and he swore there was something missing inside his chest. But then a butterfly fluttered across his vision, reminding him that he indeed had a place to be.
Two hours after leaving his doorstep, Bukase finally found the gate, and with it a couple of his new squad members. He didn't say a word, but the leaves and dirt covering his outfit said enough. His sense of time was a bit off, but he was sure that he had arrived at sometime a little past "late."
Post by The Bear of Caring on May 3, 2011 9:46:12 GMT -8
But just the gates. In case of someone trying to be stupid op on me.
As much as I can get of the first please, unless I meet the requirement for the second... Then the bare minimum of the first and as much of the second.
 Kaimon (Gate of Opening) Rank: C Type: Supplementary / Specialized Taijutsu / Kinjutsu Range: Self Special: See subjutsu. Lasts for one turn, plus one more each time retrained. Intense flow of chakra is able to disrupt regular Genjutsu 'C' ranked and lower. Once activated, the user moves at twice their normal speed, to the point a normal eye has trouble seeing the user (+200%). Upon deactivation, fatigue settles and lasts as long as Gate was active, yields strain, and restricts user to Taijutsu 'A' ranked and under for the remainder of the fatigue. Description: The first stage of the Eight Gates, the Gate of Opening (開門, Kaimon) is located in the brain, and upon activation, releases the brain's restraints, allowing full power usage of the body's muscles. Unlocking this gate allows the user to use extremely strong techniques, such as the Iron Fist's Frontal Lotus. Domain: Hachimon.
Strength Rank: C Type: Taijutsu / Passive Boost Special: Represents strength boost received from Kaimon. Once activated, all Taijutsu, basic or advanced, shall have 'C' ranked damage stacked on at all times, equal to the amount of times retrained.
 Kyuumon (Gate of Rest) Rank: C Type: Supplementary / Specialized Taijutsu / Kinjutsu Range: Self Special: See subjutsu. All effects of previous gates are passively carried over. Lasts for one turn, plus one more each time retrained. Intense flow of chakra is able to disrupt advanced Genjutsu 'C' ranked and lower. Once activated, the user moves at thrice their normal speed, to the point a normal eye can no longer keep up with the user (+300%). Upon deactivation, fatigue settles and lasts as long as Gate was active, yields moderate strain, and restricts user to Taijutsu 'A' ranked and under for the remainder of the fatigue. Description: Located within the brain, the second stage of the Eight Gates, the Gate of Rest, raises stamina and assists in recovery after being weakened. By further boosting one's inner strength, they subsequently re energize their body. Domain: Hachimon. Must be able to sustain 'Kaimon' for at least 7 turns.
Endurance Rank: C Type: Taijutsu / Passive Boost Special: Represents defensive endurance boost received from Kaimon. Once activated, the user shall have a defense to 'C' ranked Taijutsu damage stacked on at all times, equal to the amount of times retrained.
Post by The Bear of Caring on May 2, 2011 21:12:22 GMT -8
Name: Hitogoroshi Bukase
17 years of age
No clan, or bloodline, or anything like that.
Member of the Konoha leaf tribe.
Difficulty: Uhh... Hard.
Taijutsu is his specialty Ninjutsu is his secondary Genjutsu is.. Well, who wants to make OTHER people hallucinate, anyway?
Apparel: Normal ninja clothing. Seen Rikimaru? Yeah, like that, except imagine it in a light grey/navy blue color scheme. And no face covering
Slightly muscular, broad shoulders, but still a little on the pale side
He has three long scars on his right cheek that's visible. Numerous others are covered by his clothing
Bukase is usually in his own world in situations that don't require his undivided focus. When his attention is required, he tends to be completely neutral and matter-of-fact. He will seldom turn down a challenge to perform a feat of strength or agility. He always tries to play devil's advocate in situations whenever there is no other opposing view. In his off-time he likes to spend time in nature.
Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
Occasionally he'll mention unquestioned devotion to "the skymen" when he's particularly out of it, but otherwise he has no allegiances
As mentioned before, his attention span when not in dire or stressful situations is... slightly lacking. Thus, he may be a bit hard to follow in a casual situation
Likes dumplings. Dislikes getting abducted.
Primary Weapon: a machete. Anyone seen that Rodriguez film? Yeah, a machete.