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pristinelocus
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PostSubject: The Hidden Armory (Solo - Training ~ Tsukasa Kyokute)   Sat Jun 27, 2015 9:09 am

Discovery & the Silver Edge

There he was; walking into what he thought to be his room. It was just as how he left it, books sorted neatly upon the rows of shelves he wanted for his 5th birthday. Imagine that, a child of 5 years wanting bookshelves as a present. The young Kyokute could scarcely believe the story even now as he ran an index finger along the grain of one such shelf.



This one was particularly special but not due to any of his own personal experiences but the result of what he was folded neatly within his pocket. A letter, sent to him by his grandfather upon leaving the Academy.  He wasn't one for repeating the entire body of a letter within his mind, but he did keep to memory one cryptic, but not so cryptic message; and it was somewhere...around....he-




"And....how did I not know this was here?" He remarked to himself as he walked down a newly opened passage from his now shifting bookcases, he'll have to clean up that mess sometime once he gets back from whatever this is.




It felt like it went down forever, in truth, he was just walking slowly. At the end he found an unassuming sliding door and beyond that door was something quite...extraordinary, to him at least. 



It was....a simple room, much like the one he lived in for the better portion of his childhood just a tad bit larger. However, there were weapons....lot's of them. And they weren't ordinary either. One of them immediately caught his eye:




It was on his right actually, tucked inside a gold-trimmed display case was a rather...interesting looking sword. Immediately, thoughts of him wielding such a weapon swirled in his mind and as he reached out to touch the glass, something odd happened.



The sword vanished, or rather it disappeared under a cloud of darkness. But instead of confusion, he felt a sense of...familiarity. The sort of familiarity when he implemented one of his more interesting genjutsu techniques. A thought struck him and he quickly went to go through the handseals. Normally, he would have used dice...but it seemed impractical at this juncture. Just as he finished the last seal, the dark cloud appeared once again and the same silver sword tore through the shadowy mist to clang loudly against the ground with the tip.



The blade shortfly vanished thereafter; leaving not a confused Tsukasa but someone who was taking it all in stride though surprisingly drained. Before he left the armory, he looked back at the collection behind him and thought to himself.



"And I get to use all this huh? Well Happy Birthday to me then."



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PostSubject: Post 2 - Star of Lethality   Sat Jun 27, 2015 2:39 pm

Star of Lethality


Tsukasa was back down at the armory tapping the next display case with a curious attention. It was empty of course, the contents now faded away to answer his beck and call so to speak. Just a bit of fond recollection of just a few seconds ago but he only now decided to test this new toy out.


Wearing nothing but the clothes he wore to bed, just a pair of loosely drawn silk trousers, he strolled back up to room and into the adjacent yard. Juggled within the cusp of his hand were a pair of dice and with a simple toss bounced atop a tree stump. "Two....and three..." The dots etched onto one of the six sides indicated as such to the young man.  The numbers were needed to form the jutsu, something that didn't rely upon chance, just a pair of skillful and nimble fingers to manipulate the results into his favor. And so the pair shook and what hovered just beyond Tsukasa, just a couple or so yards away and above was a rippling dark cloud.


Contained within was a small sphere, silver, and no bigger than your average grapefruit. A brief moment moment passed and what came protruding from the surface and at a rapid pace were five sharpened blades that appeared more akin to triangles. A sickle appeared as well; attached to one of the points as well as some form of fanciful accessory.


The points of this star were meant to catch the opponent upon expansion, the subsequent spinning of the star was the purpose of the sickle. It wasn't real of course. None of these weapons were necessarily real. But the simulation of pain inflicted by one of these wicked looking instruments as something Tsubasa could work with.


And so he practiced, creating several of these celestial spinning machinations and imagined the day in which he could test these out on some poor soul.


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PostSubject: Post 3 - The Grinding Wheel   Mon Jun 29, 2015 1:50 pm

The Grinding Wheel

There were no formalities involved this time. Tsukasa was already practicing exploiting the newest addition absorbed from the armory. It required four dice this time; a 'six' , 'four' and a pair of 'twos'. Those were the proper emulated handseals required to perform this technique. The reason why came in the form of a small disc that fell through a shadowy rift from the sky. The main attack came however just moments later though; a with a flourish and outstretch of his arms, almost as if he were pulling the disc apart from the inside, the disc expanded to exponential levels.





The disk was more akin to a ring now; the edges tapered and the tiny bumps along the outer edge forming corporeal blades. While capable of slicing through objects, the ring can also be caused to slowly descend upon a target with a great amount of force exerted up it; creating a sensation of crushing or snapping said area as opposed to the normal application. 

Tsukasa practiced both variations of this technique in equal measure. Being able to vary the stimulation applied by a genjutsu was a fundamental to exploit, and there would come a time where he would put this 'Wheel of Fate' as he dubbed it, to good use.
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