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Jutsu Guide

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Jutsu Guide

Post by KappaTaijiya Theshon on Mon Jan 21, 2013 2:23 pm

Custom Jutsu Creation Guide:



So you have build your character, gotten it approved, and now you are hungry to add some original flair to him or her with jutsu of your own creation? Then this is the place for you to come in order to learn just exactly how to do that properly so that everything can go over well, and your plan can succeed. In this guide, you will learn the simple differences between making jutsu for differing specialties, as well as see a step by step process for making custom jutsu of numerous skill types in example form. First thing to be explained are the styles of jutsu, or the different kind of jutsu. Most that come here already know of the basics, such as ninjutsu, taijutsu and genjutsu, while some others may even know bukijutsu, hijutsu, and fuuinjutsu. For those of you, however, that have a mild grasp on what any of these are for starters, I can offer clarification below. Before you start to read into each kind of jutsu, and what is needed to make one successfully, there is one very basic thing you are going to need: the site's jutsu template. With this template, you can start your jutsu creation process.

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[b]Name:[/b]
[b]Rank:[/b]
[b]Type:[/b]
[b]Element:[/b]
[b]Range:[/b]
[b]Clan:[/b]
[b]Description:[/b]


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Name:

Obviously have the name be something that makes sense to what the jutsu does, but there is no template that is required to be filled, nor is there any expectation. Many people come up with their names using words they make up, or just write out the English words that make sense. If a jutsu shoots fire, for example, "fire shooter" is just as good a name as something fancy and in Japanese - which brings us to our next question.

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Rank:

The rank of the jutsu that you are creating is one of the most important parts of making the jutsu. First of all, know that you cannot use a jutsu that is higher in rank than you are, regardless of your specialty. Seeing as you start off with the minimal rank of C rank, jutsu at and below C rank are automatically fair game from the beginning. When thinking of the rank, take into account the size, power, and complexity of the jutsu. Easily put, C rank causes minor lacerations and other effects, B rank causes medium and more noticeable lacerations and other effects, A rank can be potentially lethal and can have a wide pallet of effects, and S rank is almost always lethal with a very wide spread pallet of effects.

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Type:

One of the more simple subjects to fill in. If you are making illusions, it is genjutsu. If you are making a hand to hand style combat type jutsu, it is taijutsu. If you are making an elemental attack, more than likely it is ninjutsu, and so on and so forth. Fill in here what kind of jutsu it is that you are making, and for more info on the different kinds, scroll down.

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Element:

Some jutsu are also divided by elements. These elements are not things that can simply be learned, but instead they are chakra types that have been born with the individual. Like a blood type, a ninja with a certain elemental affinity can produce jutsu from that elemental affinity by mixing his or her elemental chakra into the jutsu during creation. That ninja would have no ability to use or learn jutsu from outside of his or her elemental affinity. There are, however, such things as non elemental ninjutsu that require no elemental chakra to produce, and thus can be used by most any ninja specializing in ninjutsu.

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Range:

Range is important. In terms of you units of measurement, it is not entirely important, but it is more common to see the ranges measure in meters on this site, rather than feet, inches, or any other unit of measurement. Should you choose to use another unit of measurement, it will be looked at the same, and will undergo no special treatment, so feel free to use whatever you are comfortable with personally. This is how long the jutsu can reach, or how large the area that the jutsu takes up is. This is where getting really specific can start to count. Ranges are different, depending on the jutsu. For instance, a jutsu like a fireball would be simple in that it only requires the distance that the fireball can travel from the user that is shooting it. On the flip side, there are earth jutsu, for example, that create pits under the opponent. Ranges for these must include how far the pit can be formed away from the user, how wide the pit is in either diameter or radius, and how far down the pit causes its victims to sink. An example of both styles is shown below; first the simple fireball like jutsu's range, then the more complex jutsu's range:

Name: Fireball Example
Rank: --
Type: --
Element: --
Range: 10 meters
Clan: --
Description: --

Name: Earth Pit Example
Rank: --
Type: --
Element: --
Range:
[Distance From User] 5 meters
[Distance Across Pit In Diameter] 5 meters
[Depth Of Pit] 10 meters
Clan: --
Description: --

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Clan:

If your jutsu is a part of your character's clan's kekkei genkai, or you are using secret jutsu from your clan, or even if you are making custom jutsu with the clan's core jutsu as the building block, state the clan name. For instance, any jutsu that had to do with using the Sharingan would be listed under the "Uchiha Clan." Simple as that.

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Description:

This is the biggest section of writing on this jutsu by far. This is where you not only describe the jutsu, but you add in if it does or does not require hand seals (remember that most jutsu do, and most jutsu will be made to unless you are a more advanced shinobi), clarify about the ranges, talk about the jutsu's aesthetics, and state any special properties of the jutsu. This is also where side effects are listed. List it all here. When in doubt, write it out here.

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Now that we have a better understanding of what goes onto the template, and how to fill out the template, it is time to start learning about the different kinds of jutsu in more depth. The different kinds of jutsu that can be learned on this site include: ninjutsu, medical ninjutsu, genjutsu, taijutsu, fuuinjutsu, kenjutsu, bukijutsu, doujutsu, and puppet based jutsu. Each comes with their own fighting styles, and perks, and each are equally potent. Below, these main kinds of jutsu are going to be briefly explained. Should they need it, pointers will be offered to help anyone reading this learn how to make the best possible jutsu of that category that they can.

Ninjutsu:
Probably the most common Jutsu type, ninjutsu uses hand seals and chakra to make attacks. The more control someone has over their chakra the more powerful they'll be able to make a ninjutsu attack be. If the user is not able to fully concentrate while performing a ninjutsu attack it will not work successfully. A good example of a standard ninjutsu skill would be the Fire Ball Jutsu. This technique allows the user to turn a selected portion of their chakra into a blazing heat source that is then expelled as flame from the mouth. Ninjutsu is the wildcard of the shinobi specialties, seeing as almost anything falls under ninjutsu, should it not fall easily under another category. Loosely, ninjutsu refers to all ninja arts, but for the sake of this site, ninjutsu will be used more precisely as none other than ninjutsu. When making ninjutsu for your custom jutsu, there are a couple things that you have to nail right away. First of all, and this is the case will all jutsu, you have to be specific as to what the jutsu is doing, and how exactly it is doing it. "Because this is ninjutsu" will not fly. There as to be a reason as to why you are able to do what it is that you are trying to do. However, the most important part about nailing a good ninjutsu jutsu is the bare, raw, boring, bland, and dry facts and statistics. Sizes, ranges, abilities, numbers; it all has to be included in the jutsu so that we can know just what exactly this jutsu does by just reading it once. Things to expect are things like fireballs, water blasts, summoning, manipulated earth shields, lightning armor, insect manipulation and communication etc.

Medical Ninjutsu:
This is the art of healing. These kinds of jutsu are completely separate from normal ninjutsu, and yet follow the exact same set of guidelines. These jutsu, although they can be and mostly will be used for healing oneself, or fallen friends in battle, this kind of jutsu can also prove to be a very powerful weapon in the hand of the right medical ninjutsu user. Medical ninjutsu, like normal ninjutsu can be used in conjunction with elements to produce something of a edgy effect for special or emergency purposes. However, not much time needs to be spend on this art, seeing as the same rules apply to it as do ninjutsu. For a basic idea of what different ranks can do, here is a small and basic guide: D rank heals petty injuries at a slow rate, C rank heals minor injuries at a slightly faster rate, B rank heals medium sized and noticeable injuries at a slightly faster rate, A rank heals potentially deadly injuries with varying speeds, and S rank is used to heal mortal wounds, and do the unthinkable - often with a great cost. Things to expect like mystical palm, healing burnt flesh, healing broken bones, healing loss of blood, sterilizing, electrical pulses, muscle severing etc.

Genjutsu:
These kinds of attacks use mostly illusions, and are performed to confuse the enemy; giving them visions and hallucinations. They're mainly used if the user wants to run away or attack from a distance without the enemy knowing. Genjutsu attacks will usually require a lot of skill, and if performed incorrectly will not work. These types of attacks require high level of chakra control and need perfect hand seals. Because of this, they're most often used by a shinobi with very high chakra molding abilities, and sometimes as a last resort. When addressing genjutsu, there are a couple of things that you must do, but there is one main thing that is one of the most important to remember about genjutsu: every genjutsu has a trigger, and that trigger needs to be stated in the description. These triggers play off of the five senses. We have auditory, vision based, taste, feeling, and smelling based. The sound of someone's voice could cause auditory, while the movement of someone's hands or looking into someone's eyes could count as vision based. Taste, the hardest to procure, could be done by embedding the genjutsu into food that is then eaten by the target. Smell could be channeled through an aromatic gas. The trigger needs to be listed, and needs to be specific - more specific than the type of trigger. If it is vision based, say what the specific trigger is, such as a small movement of the fingers, or a twitch of the eye. One trigger can be given to each genjutsu. For more on genjutsu, and the way that it acts in combat, review the rules on genjutsu combat which can be found with the other rules. Lastly, genjutsu's range is not the same as the trigger. Eyesight is not a range, and one must post these ranges on the jutsu template. This is because, like any other jutsu, the user is sending out chakra and snaring the opponent, and that distance is finite. Genjutsu users rely on tact, sly minds, manipulation, and sometimes dirty tricks to win their fights. What might be expected from genjutsu jutsu would be a disguised landscape, a hidden trap, blurred movement, illusion based clones, etc.

Taijutsu:
This type of jutsu really only uses ones physical strength, and involves a lot of hand-to-hand combat. Taijutsu attacks are typically very fast, complex and powered with the user's own chakra - thus separating a normal kick from a kick that can send someone flying backwards. A good example of a Taijutsu user, from the anime, would be Rock Lee, who only uses this type of jutsu. Because these kinds of attacks use a powerful combination of the user's inner chakra and physical strength, they are much different from the other jutsus, and this difference gives a taijutsu user his or her flair. Things to expect like kicking, punching, faster movement, etc.

Fuuinjutsu:
Fuuinjutsu are a type of jutsu that seal objects, living beings, chakra, along with a wide variety of other things within another object. Fūinjutsu can also be used to unseal objects either from within something or someone. These jutsu are often very complex in their creation, and jutsu that can extremely powerful things. Whether you learn how to seal someone's chakra, or someone's movement, you are using the art of sealing. To some degree, fuuinjutsu is used at a global level in the Naruto world, what with sealing and unsealing weapons in fights, and using seals in combination with medical ninjutsu. These seals can also serve the purpose of a catalyst. The options are limited. From booby traps, to on the spot attacks, these sealing jutsu are known for their sheer power. In the other hand, these kinds of jutsu can be hard to use effectively, and while they are powerful, and long lasting, they come short in many areas where other kinds of combat, or medical aid are required. Because of this, the better fuuinjutsu users are those that rely on tact, and quick wit as opposed to amassed power, and strength of jutsu. Some can be both, when used correctly. These attacks are expected to seal chakra, seal movement, seal an object, etc.

Kenjutsu:
Kenjutsu pertains to techniques that entail the use of swords, whether the users be shinobi or samurai. Kenjutsu can be used in combination with taijutsu, ninjutsu, chakra flow and even genjutsu in order to achieve more devastating techniques. Kenjutsu can be powerful by itself, or when used in combination with other jutsu, and elements. Because of this, this kind of battle style is very versatile, and ranges from pure combat that does not rely on chakra, and combat that is just as heavily reliant on chakra as other shinobi. Depending on the skill of the user, one can send their chakra throughout their blade, and cause it to become much more lethal. In the way way, one can pair genjutsu with their blade movements, in order to make a very hard illusion to dodge spring forth. Practitioners of this style are considered weaponry users that specialize in the sword, and are feared because of it. Jutsu that are expected are ones like sending a powerful electrical current onto the blade of your sword, infusing your blade with chakra to cause a blur and after image, etc.

Bukijutsu:
Bukijutsu is a specialty taken right out of the anime from our beloved Tenten. Although someone using the Bukijutsu specialty can use their weapons in whatever way they please, this style dictates that the user either specializes in one weapon other than a sword (and this not clssified by Kenjutsu), or focuses on many weapons in an attempt to drown an enemy in a sea of oncoming attacks. Each are effective and hard to deal with, especially when paired with other possibilities. Weapon users are the ones carrying more weapons, around at all times. Bukijutsu users are the ones that can nail a target from extreme distances, and despite the odds. Fearsome fighters, and something of a troublesome warrior to be stuck against due to their common physical fitness acquired through hands on training. Experience is the name of the game here, and these weapon users know what it means. While someone can pick up and throw a kunai with seeming ease, Bukijutsu users can pick up the same kunai, plus three others in the same hand, and throw them all with the same amount of ease, have them all perfectly aimed at their targets before taking out another weapon and charging in at you with another style. Versatility is strong here, and that is a threat in and of itself. Jutsu that would be expected from here would be things like summoning weapons from scrolls, bringing forth hidden or stored weapons from numerous points on the body, summoning a sudden rain of kunai and other ninja tools to fall down onto the opponent, etc.

Doujutsu:
This kind of Jutsu involves using ones eyes, and, depending on the type of eye, can do things like recognize other's Genjutsu, Ninjutsu, and Taijutsu techniques to form a counter attack. Two examples of Doujutsu attacks would be Sharingan and White Eyes, otherwise known as the Byakugan. Typically the only people who are able to use Doujutsu attacks are people born into a family that already knows it. Things to expect like Sharingan, and Byakugan, etc.

Puppetry:
Puppetry is the art of fine chakra control and precise hand movements. These jutsu revolve around the use of extending chakra like strings that attach to things in order to use them at a higher range, and with more mobility than might be expected. Most puppet users actually use puppets that are built like weapons, however a puppet user can use the same jutsu to pick up weapons, and other things and use them as such. Advanced enough puppet users can even latch their puppet strings onto living people, and manipulate them as if they were a puppet. These puppets, in most cases, have hidden weapons, or even poisonous chambers that can be used to gain an edge in battle.

Go forth. Make jutsu. Have fun!
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