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Ninja Arts (Ryusei Akechi)


Ninjutsu is the ancient practice of spiritual martial arts. While many believe it to be nothing more than old mythical stories, some still practice the art to this day including those ninja that remain hidden from the world. Practitioners of this art learn first and foremost to control their chi, or spiritual energy, as it is the focal power of any and all ninja abilities. All techniques great or small is created with chi to manifest into powers beyond human capability. Over-exertion of chi through the use of ninja arts can lead to extreme fatigue and even death. Those who practice this ancient art must be cautious due to this and remain in control of their chi at all times.

Ninja Art of Duplication: This technique creates copies of the user. However, these clones are corporeal instead of illusions. The user's chi is evenly distributed among every clone, giving each clone an equal fraction of the user's overall power. The clones are capable of performing techniques, including the Duplication itself, on their own and can even bleed, but will usually disperse after hit by a strong enough force. The clones can also disperse on their own or be dispelled by the user of the technique. Using this technique can be very strenuous on the user depending on how many clones they create.

Ninja Art of Transformation: Given all the missions ninja are assigned to - battle, intelligence gathering, diversions - this is a priceless technique. It is typically used to change into people other than oneself, but one also has the ability to change into animals, plants, and even inanimate objects like weapons. This gives this technique an abundance of uses. The transformation of a skilled ninja will be exactly like the genuine article, so it will be impossible to tell the two apart. On the other hand, a transformation performed by an inexperienced person will have obvious discrepancies. It will be impossible to deceive anyone with it.

Ninja Art of Decoy: With this technique, users replace their own body with some other object, generally with any large object nearby, the moment an attack lands. This creates an optical illusion, making the enemy think the attack was successful. From this, the user can use the lapse in the enemy's attention to attack or flee from the battlefield. Explosive tags can be attached to the replacement for an added surprise. It is seen as a useful art that can be applied in variety of situations as it allows for a swift getaway from danger. The technique even allows a restrained ninja to escape capture.

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Re: Ninja Arts (Ryusei Akechi)


I think I know where these names are from...

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Caught me red handed emoticon borrowed the names

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