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26 March 2007, 08:02 PM   #1
Joined: 22 Mar 2007
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Last edited by Lord_Kazekage, 27 March 2007
well heres how it cannot steal no  moves from naruto...for example rasengan
chidori sharigan byakugan and so cannot have the sharingan because sasuke itachi
and kakashi are the only ppl that have it and if your not a hyuuga you cannot have the
byakugan and the reason is that it is a kekegenkai or (blood line trait) abd only ppl i
the family can have it...make up your techniches or just simly train hard to create and
master the techniches and only yours....unless you make a character that is bound to the
family or some one in the family branch...but the point is you must make a move that is
your own and master it...a genin cannot learn complicated advanced moves like chidori
rasengan and other high level techniches because it takes years of training and time to please make your techniches and master them......oh and also you can learn
simple techniches like shadow clone jutsu fire jutsu water jutsu and so on...but you must
learn the correct hand sighns in order to do so....but besides that just practice and get
your techniches down and make them perfect...

26 March 2007, 08:21 PM   #2
I make this look good.
Joined: 22 Mar 2007
Posts: 16
I'll put a list down of the techniques taught in the Academy, and those you learn as a
Genin. Keep in mind that this is generalized, and some individuals may learn a variant of
the technique, or may not learn it at all. All genin will know at least most of the
Academy level jutsu, while they may still be learning those taught to genin. Academy
students probably won't know some of the higher-up ones. 

Academy Jutsus
Bunshin no Jutsu (Clone Jutsu)
A very basic, academy level technique and known to Genin. It creates a clone of the user,
which can perform any number of tasks. However, unlike Kage Bunshin no Jutsu (Shadow Clone
Jutsu), these clones are fake, and will turn into smoke upon being hit. They cannot do
much damage, but are very useful for confusion and creating distractions, and a variety of
other tasks. This does not use much chakra to complete, but the amount used is dependent
upon the number of clones created.

Henge no Jutsu (Transformation Technique)
Another basic technique, this is taught to academy students and possibly some Genin. It is
used to assume the appearance of another person, animal, or object. This does not use much
chakra, but it is likely that chakra is constantly being used to maintain the shape of the
object, and may become exhausting for long periods of time.

Kawarimi no Jutsu (Change of Body Technique)
When using this technique, a user will replace him/herself with an object, such as a
plant, animal, etc. This may confuse the attacker or alter the situation, and is a very
common jutsu, and learned in the Academy.

Nawanuke no Jutsu (Rope Escape Technique)
Taught in the Academy, a shinobi will use it to undo the rope and escape quickly.

Genin Techniques
Kinobori no Jutsu (Tree Walking Technique)
By focusing chakra into one's feet/hands, etc. the user can walk up vertical walls, trees,

Suimen Hokou no Gyou (The Art of Water Walking)
By focusing chakra into one's feet/hands, the user can walk along water - something much
more difficult because it requires control of chakra release. (Due to the fact that there
is probably little to no water in Suna, a modified version of this might be used to walk
on desert sand dunes or something similar.) 

All of these I have written myself, and all new genin are permitted to copy them and paste
them provided they are used within this forum. There are others of course.
Partner: Ashi(giant greyhound.)

27 March 2007, 08:07 PM   #3
Joined: 22 Mar 2007
Posts: 18
Last edited by Lord_Kazekage, 27 March 2007

30 March 2007, 08:55 PM    #4
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*Sigh* Okay.

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