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Yuki Hisashi
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PostSubject: Hitting the Books [Training] [Mission]   3/5/2014, 7:03 pm

Mission Details: Increase Your Life Force!:
 



Hardly the popular opinion, Hisashi wasn't fond of days off. They made him feel restless and impatient, unless he was recovering from previous hard work – which he solidly agreed was a necessary step in his progress as a ninja. Otherwise, he endeavored to spend as little time at home as he could, preferring instead to be out in the open air and hard at work. Today he’d decided to meet the Mizukage’s request to strengthen himself and improve his ability as a ninja. In stark contrast to his normal approach of intense physical training, however, his regimen for the day was calling for a more theoretical approach. Sitting down cross-legged in the middle of a clearing within his small apartment, he pulled towards him a hefty, leather-bound tome detailing the essences of chakra manipulation, and began to study.

Chakra, it wrote, formed the essential energies within a ninja’s body that, with significant training and practice, one could utilise to perform a number of techniques and abilities otherwise impossible for a person to attempt. Formed from the mixing and kneading of physical energy, produced in every cell of the body, and spiritual energy, gained from experience – such as muscle memory and knowledge – it then courses through the body via its own dedicated circulatory system.

This much was common knowledge for academy students. While Hisashi was already more than familiar with it, he wanted to be thorough in his reading lest he miss a small detail, and so continued skimming over the thick, oily pages.

All living creatures naturally possess and create a degree of chakra within their bodies, the book went on to say. Humans, although those most primarily associated with chakra manipulation, are not alone in their knowledge or use of the energy (see chapter six). Shinobi are, by definition, humans (or sometimes other animals) who have learned to increase and control their chakras through training and study, and can release this energy through “tenketsu”.

The human body, it continued, contained three-hundred and sixty one “tenketsu”, points through which chakra can be released and manipulated. Despite this, mastery of releasing chakra throughout these points is incredibly difficult, and even skilled shinobi can typically only release energy through the tenketsu on their hands and feet – which forms the basis for techniques such as water walking.

Satisfied for the time being, Hisashi put down the book and pushed it away from him, taking a silent moment to allow the words to sink in. He raised a hand in front of his face and examined it, as if able to see his tenketsu. Without shifting his body, he formed the seals for the medical technique known as the Chakra Scalpel; Tiger, Horse, Rabbit, Rat, Dog, in quick succession. Placing his right hand back in view of his face he concentrated the moulding of his chakra, as he’d done many a time before, and watched closely as the technique took hold. A pale blue “mist” of sorts erupted from his palm and engulfed his fingertips, the precision jutsu forming a blade a few inches long out of chakra.


[Chakra Training: 514/500 :: CR Increased by 10, mission requirement satisfied.]
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PostSubject: Re: Hitting the Books [Training] [Mission]   3/5/2014, 7:15 pm

Examine as he did, however, he found no signs of the source of the flow, unable to locate the tenketsu from which the technique sprung. Unsurprising, given how small they must be, and how hard they were to master. Undeterred, he turned his focus from the chakra points – which he hadn't really expected to be able to find – to the technique itself. Requiring a high amount of concentration and precision, he couldn't yet maintain it for long before the blade begun to waver, and he decided to try push his limit while he could focus alone.  

He increased his concentration, feeling the flow of the chakra from his core and through to his palm. Moving his hand through the air, it was followed by a faint streak of energy due to the high rate of flow. While maintaining the technique, he became curious as to the effect of so much effort, and, rising to his feet, slowly walked across the room to obtain a stack of blank paper from a shelf before returning to his previous spot. Sitting back down, he carefully and slowly released a sheaf of paper held above his head, and as it fell, quickly slashed towards it with his scalpel-bound hand. The result surprised him; a jagged, rough cut, severing the paper aggressively in two. He released the jutsu and frowned.

The scalpel was primarily a surgical technique, used by medical specialists to perform vital operations in the field where open wounds were a risk. Such a rough cut as he’d just performed would be fatal to an injured comrade. He took a moment to gather himself, pondering about his mistakes – it was likely that, while focused on the shape and formation of the chakra, the level of energy he was pouring in was likely reversing his efforts and producing a useless, wasteful technique. Laying a dozen sheets of paper out around him, he reformed the seals and tried again.

This time, he focused hard not only on the shape and formation of the technique, but the level of chakra he was expelling. The first cut he tried showed a staggering improvement, severing the paper neatly with only a small catch on one end. He tried again on each piece, laying out further sheets with his other hand as he went. After several dozen attempts, his cutting was nearly perfect – probably good enough to use in the field should it be needed. Although able to slice precisely as he intended, he decided to continue until he could no longer maintain the technique, laying out further sheets. Instead of merely slicing them, he now began to trace detailed patterns, moving his hand up and down between lines and even just scoring the paper rather than cutting, his goal to become intimately familiar with the usage of the technique.


After several rounds of doing this, he began to feel a light sweat upon his brow, trickling down his cheek slowly as he struggled to maintain his focus on the flow of chakra through his hand once more. Opting for one last push, he stacked all the remaining paper into a large pile and set to work, cutting and carving the pages slowly and carefully. The blade, refined through his practice, was so sharp and incorporeal that it did not disturb even the topmost sheet as it cut, and he was able to produce a curved top to the stack of paper. Into this he scored several characters, the letters taking the most work out of all the carving he’d done so far. Panting, he allowed the chakra to dissipate and ended the jutsu. The paper dome now before him had the work “precision” carefully carved around its top.

Laying back on the floor to catch his breath, he became aware of the slight shaking of his hand and decided to end this particular training session. He made a mental note to push more effort into his training, given how tired he felt from just maintaining one technique – as intense as it may have been – for just a short while. Eventually, he got up and returned his room to its previous state before leaving to face the rest of his day.


[Chakra Training: 702/700 :: CR further increased by 10]

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