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The Nara Clan

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1 The Nara Clan on Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:52 pm

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The origins of the Nara clan can be faintly traced back to the Leaf village, hundreds of years ago during the advent of ninjutsu and the discoveries the great Sage had made. With their unique ability to literally control the shadows, the Nara were quickly revered as magi, wise-men and gurus, and were certainly popular among the many cliques within the shinobi world. They were not the biggest clan around by far, but they had quickly made a name for themselves during a series of foreign invasions that ultimately ended well for the Leaf thanks to the Nara's shadow manipulation. Not knowing what to expect from this new breed of secret technique users, those that faced them quickly perished. Soon, they would be legendary.

Their secret lie in the manipulation of shadows. Many of the bloodlines were still unknown within the lands, but something as simple as shadow alteration had managed to evade the sense of many. They'd strike in battle whilst hidden, and express no alliance until the victim's death would ensure such split secrets of the darkest kind. Finally, after around thirty years of mystery, an investigative, collaborative report on the behalf of a joint operation between then allies Mist and Rain would concentrate the Nara sightings into the Fire Country, and finally allow them to properly discover their identities and slowly assimilate their powers. Still, the damage incurred was done well, and the world would never forget the influence of the Nara.

As the years passed, they'd establish themselves peacefully within the shinobi community, though making no efforts as a clan to somehow attempt and appear to dominate over other clans. Due to their relaxed attitudes, they'd hope their latest great battles would be their last, and for almost half a year, it'd be so. By now, the clan's secrets became well known, and the group was not considered a heavy fighting force anymore. Still, strategically placing certain Nara into a few groups always yielded its advantage, and such, would be employed discretely. So far, they had managed to live life under the radar. Unfortunately, fate was not without a sense of irony, forcefully casting them alongside the rest of the world into a never ending chaotic apocalypse consisting of a series of Great Wars.

During the many conflicts and wars, they'd find their numbers greatly dwindled. Half of the survivors would leave their forces at their home, helping everyone they could as much as possible, while the other chose exodus, hoping to reestablish themselves in a less hectic area. Upon the aftermath of the Great Wars, a few have relocated elsewhere, sent as part of a lengthy expedition that would attempt to settle life elsewhere if the main group’s restoration efforts failed. Those in other villages are often treated as regulars, and do not really follow the Konoha branch’s lead too much. Due to this, there no longer would be a defined recognized leader residing within Leaf, and such a tradition has been held to this day.

Similar to their Akimichi brethren, the Nara are very laid back individuals, although they tend to be more lazy and calm. They are characterized as classic lone wolves, preferring the company of few over a gathering of many. Their minds are more prone to art, either through music, the written word, or other forms of artistic exposure. Also, many of the clan members are revered as extremely philosophical and logical, reflecting to others whenever they indulge in favorite pastimes such as chess. Due to this relaxed, lazy attitude, there is no real ‘elite’ structuring within their families. Very rarely to they marry outside the clan or assemble large councils in order to make decisions, allowing the members to instead govern themselves.

Appearance wise, the Nara have no real distinct feature that forces them to stand out, making their secretive ways even more effective. It takes not blood to be a Nara – only skill, a clear mind and a sound soul.

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    1. Nara are a Ninjutsu\Genjutsu primary or Jack of All Trades clan.

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2 Re: The Nara Clan on Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:53 pm

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Clan Jutsu:

Kagemane no Jutsu (Shadow Imitation Technique)
Rank: C
Range: Close (0m ~ 5m), Mid (5m ~ 10m)
Type: Supplementary
Handseals: 2
Chakra Consumption: Mid per target
    Kage Mane no Jutsu is a Ninjutsu technique developed by the Nara clan. Its original purpose was as a skill to help delay any pursuers. After forming the needed hand seals, the clan member is able to manipulate their shadow along any surface. By using other nearby shadows they can further extend the reach of their shadow; however, they are limited to the surface area of the original cast shadow. Once the clan members shadow reaches the target shadow, it will attach itself. While attached, the target will be frozen, only able to replicate in mirror form the actions of the clan member. If the clan member is low on chakra, the Kage Mane will falter and the shadow will return to its normal form.

    Note: The duration of Kage Mane depends on the Ninja's rank. At Genin, the duration is 1 full turn. At Chuunin, the duration is 2 full turns. At Jounin, the duration is three full turns. Keep in mind that a full turn constitutes the end of the caster's next turn. Like the Yamanaka technique, once you’re caught, you’re caught. This technique can be overpowered by a drastic release of chakra, such as the Gates or a Bijuu.


Kageyose no Jutsu (Shadow Gathering Technique)
Rank: C
Range: Close (0m ~ 5m)
Type: Supplementary
Handseals: 3
Chakra Consumption: Mid to cast, Low to sustain
    After performing the necessary handseals, the user is granted exceptional control over their shadow. Basically, this technique takes the user's own shadow and transforms and stretches it into countless thin tentacles, which are then used to grab objects and pull them in. Also, one can skillfully make use of the tentacle-shaped shadow tendrils by using them to lift up and throw weapons like kunai and such. It is accurate enough to even make the tentacles go through tiny holes.

    Note: The user must remain still while using this technique. A maximum of five tendrils can be created per cast.


Kagemane Shuriken no Jutsu (Shadow Imitation Shuriken Technique)
Rank: B
Range: Close (0m ~ 5m), Mid (5m ~ 10m)
Type: Supplementary
Handseals: 3
Chakra Consumption: Mid per projectile
    Kage Mane Shuriken no Jutsu is a Ninjutsu technique developed by the Nara clan. Using kunai or trench knives, the user can imbue their shadow chakra to create "pins" to stick their opponent in place. These knives absorb the chakra nature of the user and give off the nature's effect. In this case, the knives take on the Nara clan's shadow binding properties. By implanting the shadow chakra enhanced blade into the shadow of their target, they will be frozen in place; just as if they were caught in one of the clan members extended shadow bindings.

    Note: The duration of Kage Mane depends on the Ninja's rank. At Genin, the duration is 1 full turn. At Chuunin, the duration is 2 full turns. At Jounin, the duration is three full turns. Keep in mind that a full turn constitutes the end of the caster's next turn. Like the Yamanaka technique, once you’re caught, you’re caught. This technique can be overpowered by a drastic release of chakra, such as the Gates or a Bijuu.


Kage Nui no Jutsu (Shadow Sewing Technique)
Rank: B
Range: Close (0m ~ 5m), Mid (5m ~ 10m)
Type: Supplementary
Handseals: 2
Chakra Consumption: Mid to cast and sustain
    This is a Ninjutsu from among the Nara clan's secret techniques that uses materialized shadows to attack and bind, instead of merely immobilizing and controlling like the Shadow Imitation Technique. The user changes the shape of their shadow into several sharp needles and controls each separately. They can then attack several targets simultaneously and at the same time snatch away their ability to move by sewing them stuck with the shadow threads. Because it is a physical attack, it is impossible to capture someone without harming them, but on the other hand, since the speed of invocation and the time of duration are excellent, it can be used when urgent restraint is required.

    Note: A maximum of ten tendrils can be created each time this technique is used.


Kage-Kubishibari no Jutsu (Shadow-Neck Binding Technique)
Rank: A
Range: Close (0m ~ 5m), Mid (5m ~ 10m)
Type: Offensive
Handseals: 3 (after shadow imitation has been successful)
Chakra Consumption: Mid
    Kage Kubishibari no Jutsu is a Ninjutsu technique developed by the Nara clan. To perform the technique the clan member will first bind their target using the Kage Mane no Jutsu technique. Once the target can no longer move, they form the needed handseals to initiate this technique. The clan member uses their shadow to form a hand which will creep up their opponent’s body to their neck. Once the hand reaches the neck, it will constrict in such a manner so as to strangle the opponent. However, the clan member will need to be careful. If their target has a lot of chakra, they can turn back the shadow hand and prevent it from binding their neck.

    Note: This technique can be overpowered by a drastic release of chakra, such as the Gates or a Bijuu. Likewise, this technique can be stand-offed by players with 2x the user’s chakra.

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