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    Tsuyo Hyuga


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    Class: A

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    Post by Akame Sat Sep 16, 2017 6:06 pm

    Name: Tsuyo Hyuga
    Age: 26
    Gender: Female
    Village: Konohagakure
    Rank: B
    Title: Hawk

    Clan: Hyuga
    Bloodline: Byakugan
    Element(s): Fuuton


    • Strength: D
    • Constitution: D
    • Stamina: C
    • Speed: C
    • Coordination: C
    • Intelligence: D
    • Perception: A

    3,000 experience available
    250 for Stage Two Byakugan
    2700 into stats

    50/3,000 remaining

    Unique Abilities:

    Secrets From the Past: Begins with the first two Hachimon known. The third and fourth gate cost their regular amount of experience instead of being halved from her taijutsu skill.

    Memories From a Dream: Tsuyo has a connection with various others in the world, being carried over from a different time and place (TNRPG). Anybody sharing this trait she will know their name and have a good guess at what they're like, though it will be confusing to her how she knows this. Those whom she shares this connection with may have the exact same reaction to her.

    Suprisingly Durable: The boost to Speed given by the first Hachimon is increased by a +. The first Gate now costs ten stamina to activate and she does not receive the boost to Speed from the Second Gate.

    Height: 5'7"
    Weight: 120 lbs

    Appearance: Tsuyo has a mature body with noticeable curves and a moderate bust. She has a heart shaped face that is smooth in complexion. Her nose is small and straight and lines have begun to form at the corners of her mouth from her frequent smiling. The trademark black hair of the Hyuga is cut to shoulder length and is usually in a short ponytail when in a fight. She keeps it long enough that she can still do something with it when the occasion comes without it being a hindrance during a mission. Her eyes are the unmistakable pale color her clan is known for, and often times she will keep her headband around her eyes on a mission so people believe her to be blind rather than realize she is a Hyuga.

    Tsuyo's dress varies depending on the situation and what her mood is that day. When she is inside her clan district for any length of time, she is typically in the traditional kimono worn by the members of her prodigious clan. When training she likes to wear what she has on in her avatar picture, or some variation of it. Even when it's chilly out she likes to wear shorts or a skirt, and she avoids sleeves if she can help it. Her feet are almost always protected well so that they don't get injured quite as easily on a mission or in a fight, having not worn shinobi sandals on a mission since she was a genin.

    When on duty or on a mission she can be found wearing dark blue pants with numerous weaponry pouches on them with a mesh t-shirt underneath a Konoha flak jacket. This, too, would have numerous weapon pouches on it. A quiver of arrows and her bow mark her primary weapons, and her favored fingerless black gloves are always on her hands. Her hair is pulled back into a ponytail or a very tight bun and her demeanor changes from one of gentleness and kindness to one of seriousness and ruthlessness. She only wears gloves if she doesn't plan on using Gentle Fist, since she enjoys the feeling of beating on people. Instead of a Konoha headband, she wears a plain black one with her village insignia displayed on a band wrapped around her left bicep. She owns a regular headband too, should she feel like using it instead of her black one for whatever reason.

    History: Tsuyo was born into the Hyuga Main Branch as the second child and first daughter. Her brother was twelve when she was born, and though she was never told so she assumes that her life was entirely accidental. It doesn't bug her much now, but it used to when she was younger and her brother received all the adoration and praise. She lived a pampered life until she was five and watched her brother and father spar. The way they moved and how quickly they did so fascinated her, instilling her obsession with taijutsu. As soon as the two were done sparring, she demanded her father teach her how to do the same thing. He was taken aback by the abrasiveness of the demand from his otherwise polite daughter and scolded her for it at the time. Later though, he would come to see the idea somewhat favorably.

    Soon after, she began her own training in the art of the Gentle Fist. At first she was terrible, having had no training of any kind before that. She was not intended to be a shinobi when she was born, but it seemed as if that was the one she wished to travel. Her brother approved, already ranked on par with what would have been a Chuunin and well on his way towards establishing himself as the future leader of the clan. Tsuyo looked up to him as her personal hero, wishing to become just as good as he was and maybe even better someday. To this, she trained doggedly in all her spare time.

    She was six when Kirigakure was formed, and sixteen when Konohagakure was established. Before this, much of her life had been filled with negative words about the Uchiha and it confused her when they were chosen to be one of three main clans to form a village called "Konohagakure". Tsuyo hated the idea at first, and when she first laid eyes on an Uchiha after the founding of the village she charged at the young man and tried to fight him. As an acting member of the main line, this was taken as a huge offense at the very onset of the village's founding. The newly elected Hokage, Kazuya Uchiha, prevented the new conflict. Anger filled her anytime she thought of the Hokage after for a short time, but eventually she grew to respect him as a being of tremdous power if he could make her father fold under pressure from him. Secretly, another goal was set in her heart. To become stronger than even the Hokage, and to prove the power of the Hyuga.

    Her eyes were not a top priority, and when she was thirteen a new style of fighting had started circulating within the Land of Fire. "Gokenryu" it was called, an amalgation of styles from a couple minor clans that had gained popularity with those who were taijutsu specialists. Tsuyo set out to find a teacher for this style and found one in the Yamanaka clan in the eastern Hyuga territories. This new sensei taught her the core of the style, Tsuyo absorbing it like a sponge very quickly. She was not gifted with many other things other than taijutsu, but with that she was almost unmatched. Her brother sniffed her out, berating her one night when she returned from a lesson for learning a style other than the Gentle Fist instead of focusing on improving her eyes. She did not take it to heart, but rather ignored her brother as teenagers are known to do. Infuriated, he told her that she would not be able to become a warrior if she kept that attitude up.

    When she was sixteen, she was in the party her father took to scout the small village that would eventually become the founding place of Konohagakure. Her clan managed to get their army in place to ambush the discovered Uchiha, and Tsuyo fought in the combat herself and killed her first men. She killed only one Uchiha, the others were members of vassal clans. Her skill with a bow helped win the day, as the long range of her bow and the sharpness of her eyes let her snipe officers in the opposing army. The attack was repelled, though at great cost to the Uchiha. Preparing for the worst, the treaty that came a few hours later surprised her a great deal. And it angered her, too, for she did not want peace with who she thought was an ancestral enemy to her clan.

    A few days after Konohagakure was founded, she was tested along with all other warriors to determine their rank wtihin the village. She was ranked at "Chuunin", while her brother was put at "Jonin" alongside her father. That same day, she received a letter with her assigned team. She waited to get home to read it, and when she did it provided her with immense relief. An Uchiha hadn't been assigned to the same squad as her, thankfully.

    She was put on a team comprised of a Sarutobi, a Nara, herself, and a Senju sensei. Each was ranked chuunin, with her sensei ranked as a jonin. His name was Arata Senju, and he was the first crush Tsuyo ever got. She had just turned seventeen and was beginning to make the awkward transition into officially becoming a young adult, despite having the body physique and skill of one who had been training nonstop for thirty years to accomplish such a goal in real life. Such was the way of the Narutoverse. Anyways, the team was led on patrol missions more often than not. They were surprisingly dangerous since there were many who resisted the power of the hidden villages at first.

    Those first couple years were the most dangerous in her opinion, both because she was weaker and because the world was more dangerous. Her lack of awareness astounded her when she began to operate on a team, and this became her sole focus alongside maintaining her current skill with taijutsu. During this time she took advanced lessons in weapons training and greatly improved her skill with a bow. While this split attention from her taijutsu training, she finds it well worth the effort in the long run. It also helped on missions, as her increased perception of the area around her combined with her still immature Byakugan made for a nice combination to have. When she was nineteen and patrols started becoming more like patrols rather than a constant defending from raiders, Tsuyo finally began to put more work into training her eyes to be of more use.

    She managed to evolve her eyes by the time she was twenty, and had also bore witness to a fight between her father and the Hokage. Kazuya was amazing with taijutsu, though his raw skill was less than that of her father. However, during this fight that she watched with her Byakugan active, Tsuyo noticed that Kazuya had increased his chakra flow seemingly at will by opening specific tenketsu in his body. This was curious to her, as this extra power is what allowed Kazuya to overwhelm her father in combat and retain his prestige as the deadliest close quarters fighter in the village. Intrigue tugged at her again, and for the next four years Tsuyo would analyze herself as she attempted to recreate his accomplishment without seeking aid from him.

    Missions as guards started to become a thing when Tsuyo reached the age of twenty-four, one of the senior chuunin within the village's military infrastructure. She was already accounted as one of the top prospects for jonin since she was capable of matching even some ANBU ranked shinobi in close quarters combat. On one of these missions, Tsuyo's squad was ambushed with some kind of cloaking ninjutsu that prevented Tsuyo from utilizing her kekkei genkai. Her squad surrounded the client in defense, and over the next five minutes they were assaulted by people who appeared to be professional. The fight was hard, with Tsuyo's natural perception being the only thing that spared her life during the attack. While fighting, some of the attackers had specifically gone after her eyes with chakra coated hands in an attempt to wrench them from their sockets. This led to her suspecting the Uchiha immediately after the fight, but these thoughts were put on the back burner once she realized an ally had been killed.

    Kei Sarutobi had been impaled with a spear, through his liver. He had lost most of his blood by the time the fighting had stopped, and breathed his last requesting Tsuyo and her squad tell his family he loved them. This left a scar on Tsuyo's psyche, as losing a comrade in such a personal manner is bound to do. This was the most difficult one though, as it was the first time the blow was so close to her heart. Her performance in this mission was what led to her being promoted to jonin however, as she had held off the brunt of the assault with no injuries to herself or the client. Her sensei approved of the decision, acknowledging Tsuyo's skill. Thirteen year old Tsuyo would have been giddy, but twenty-four year old Tsuyo simply bowed respectfully to the promotion.

    As a jonin she did not take a squad immediately. Instead, she commanded a few missions on her own and became a one-man scouting party with her exceptionally keen eyes. Even without her kekkei genkai's gift she is capable of spotting things from miles away without any difficulty. She became known as "Hawk" among the upper ranks, and this nickname spread quickly even among her clanmates. They had come to respect her, as she wasn't a master of Gentle Fist compared to some of her cousins but was a much more well rounded shinobi in exchange.

    Her father died when she was twenty-five of a cancer in his heart. Her brother claimed the title of clan head at the age of thirty-seven years, still unmarried and heirless. Around this time is when Tsuyo finally made her breakthrough in training what she would later learn were the Hachimon, forcefully unlocking the first one through sheer frustration at her inability to do so before. Her brother was sent to negotiate a peace and integration with a clan that was still causing shit in the south of the Land of Fire along with a squad of highly trained shinobi. Tsuyo assumed command of the clan's actions at home during this time, taking leave from shinobi duties for a few days to get organized. The discussions were expected to take several weeks, and she needed to get organized. Little did she know that organization would only be the beginning.

    A week after departing, the group returned with the sour message that talks had failed when her brother had fallen ill and couldn't continue. He died on the journey back to Konohagakure, as without access to medication the episode that he had was a fatal one. The news came as a slap to the face of the Hyuga with the clan reeling at the unexpected loss of two leaders back to back. Tsuyo maintained leadership for some time until the elders put up another contender under the notion that a woman would not be able to effectively lead the clan. She fought this contender in a fight to determine who would lead the clan and wound up maiming him in the process by blowing an eye out using Gentle Fist. Needless to say, she won the competition.

    Now, at the age of twenty-six, her authority has been stabilized somewhat and the squaking within the clan has died down. The grief she feels has gotten her down in her everyday life, as half of her closest family had been killed weeks apart from each other and she was expected to lead her entire clan in the meantime. It was a situation that had happened before, she was sure of that, and one that she is bound to not let kill her as it did her father. Hard work had manifested into her learning the Second Hachimon, secretly advancing her potential within the village as her skill grew with the technique. Her goal is to further the Hyuga name within Konohagakure, and to prove that it is still the most powerful clan in the land.

    Personality: Tsuyo is kind to everybody she meets within her village who doesn't happen to bear the Uchiha crest. Old animosity clouds her typically gentle demeanor when in the presence of an unknown Uchiha despite the truce that had been in place for a decade now. Even with her distaste of Uchiha, she manages to be polite to them as it has been ingrained in her since birth to do so to allies. She operates this way frequently, though if asked something she is not afraid to give an honest answer without regard for someone's feelings.

    Tsuyo frequently forgets the honorifics, a bad habit she developed as a teenager. To those she truly respects, she will acknowledge them with the proper honorific. Otherwise, it escapes her mind. Tsuyo is willing to help others without expecting anything back in return, and is loyal to her clan and friends. She is still somewhat unsure of the village as a whole, but trusts in the decisions of her parent's generation and maintains loyalty to the village as fiercly as she does to the clan. If that should change however, the clan would likely come first.

    Tsuyo is a very ardent fighter, enjoying every aspect of it. She rarely uses Gentle Fist as the feeling of punching something is far more satisfying to her. This has made the clan view her as somewhat of an oddity, but she doesn't mind. There isn't one amongst them that could defeat her, regardless of what style she chose to use. Tsuyo knows this, and doesn't hold back in her contests. After all, if she considers it an insult for someone to not try their hardest then whey shouldn't she expect someone else to be insulted if she doesn't try her hardest? She always gives it her all in fights, toning it down typically only to teach younger shinobi or when her opponent is sadly outclassed by her and she pities them. All aspects of combat are favorable to her. Hell, just the rush of being in battle gives her a bit of a high. When it gets heated is when she is truly happy.

    On missions or when defending the clan and village her entire attitude changes. She becomes merciless, determined to either complete her objective or eliminate a threat in the quickest way possible. In and out is how she wants it done, and she gets it done that way more often than not. While she typically smiles and has a gentle expression even when fighting, her face hardens and her smile becomes a straight line of determination and focus etched upon her face. She fights with the ferocity of a cornered animal, at all times, and does not back down from a challenge. She relishes in them, delighting in overcoming something someone told her she could not do. It's one trait that's gotten her as far as she's come, and one not likely to go away anytime soon.

    Roleplay Sample:
    The rain will help tremendously... Tsuyo thought to himself as he stared down upon the advancing legions of the Empire. Arms folded across his chest and with a leather trenchcoat covering his torso, Tsuyo scoffed at the sight as his eyes glimpsed the approaching storm. He wore no headband and no jacket now as he did when he was younger. No, his gray hair was cut to the scalp, leaving the duty of body hair to his face as long, gray locks extended from his rugged chin. Tired eyes watched the scene, the color of life having faded from them years ago with the death of many of his comrades. His body was old, but it was still strong and had a sounder mind guiding it than it had ever had. Scars etched what parts of his body were visible, as well as the seals of various weaponry fuuinjutsu.

    This was a man of experience and hardship, of constantly fighting for something he had thought to be etched in stone. He shook his aged head as the figures of their army calculated in his mind. Ten-Thousand shinobi forces straight from Otogakure and Iwagakure provided the shock troops for the Legion's fifty-thousand strong infantry, five-thousand cavalry and 200 artillery cannons. Their troops were armed with the repeating rifle as well as a bayonet and a holy sign of their order. Their cavalry fought with cavalry rifles, shorter range but easier to handle in the saddle, as well as a revolver and a cavalry sabre. The artillery fired 2 cannonballs a minute per cannon, allowing for some fantastic cannonades. It was truly a frightening sight to behold.

    Tsuyo sighed and turned his back on the forces, descended the hill he had been on with great agility and raced into the shinobi camp. Here, twenty-one thousand shinobi from what remains of Konohagakure, New Kirigakure and the majority of Kumogakure's military might combined under one banner. A banner to free themselves from oppression, one they were almost certain to lose. He approached the command tent after about ten seconds of jogging towards it. He passed many scared shinobi, many more crying or trembling as they recognized their fate. Behind this camp was a troop of one-thousand hand picked shinobi guiding the civilians who want no part of this Imperial conquest towards the port of Kumogakure to load them on ships and sail south, where they have a chance at escaping the Empire's clutches.

    The command tent itself was rather plain, made of bare materials as that's all they had access to anymore. He entered it and found himself staring at his longtime friend and master of the Seven Tails, Seigi, surrounded by three top shinobi of the united army. Looking up, Seigi's one reveiled eye tugged up to indicate the whisper of a smile he had just given Tsuyo. He had aged almost as badly, his hair being ghost white despite the vitality of the beast within. Seigi was a man who demanded respect and was given it, something Tsuyo never quite needed. It was for this reason he was elected as prime commander of the shinobi forces after Kira and Hokuai were slaughtered allowing the shinobi army to flee after a disastrous battle. Akio Sarutobi had encountered the same fate, allowing the entire citizenry of Konohagkure to escape as he held off fifty-thousand enemy troops for two entire days, a testament to his nearly godlike stamina and combat abilities.

    Seigi's face was tired, just as Tsuyo's was. Wrinkles tugged at the corners of his eyes and mouth and gave a few layers to his forehead as well. He still wore longer than usual kimono type articles of clothing to mask the seals he makes. He wears doubled sleeved kimonos now as well once he gained the ability to use two separate techniques at once, something few have ever managed before. "Out, please," Seigi said to the three men. The obeyed without hesitation, leaving the tent immediately. Tsuyo stepped forwards and cracked his shoulder. It had been about forty years since Seigi had beaten Tsuyo senseless in the streets of Konoha under the name Baku, leaving both men near sixty.

    "Well, it looks about as shitty as you could imagine," Tsuyo said with brutal honesty. Seigi shook his head and let out a light laugh. He walked up to Tsuyo and laid a hand on his shoulder before pulling him in for a hug. "How's the technique goin'?"

    Seigi smiled before setting his hand on Tsuyo's forehead. A mark appeared for the Flying Thundergod techinque, though this one was a little unique. It had a definitieve border around it along with text, an addition that was an unexpected result of the trials. "Only one person. It really sucks, you know, but I guess even the Kyuubi has its limit of chakra," he said. Tsuyo pressed his hand against his head, feeling the little bit of heat that had been etched there by the fuuinjutsu master in front of him. "We're losing our best hand to hand fighter for god knows how long, on the hope that it'll change this bullshit," he said in a more than disappointed tone of voice as his hand made a weak maneuver towards the foreigner camp. Tsuyo smiled and shook his head in acknowledgement.

    "Their force is as large as last time, though there's ten-thousand shinobi instead of five. That'll pose a problem for some time, but from what I could see most of them were raw recruits who can barely hold a sword for all the training they got. Kohai made sure their forces took a hit, and it'll help delay the end now. How long until we can use it though? I need to know how much time I can buy you against the shinobi," Tsuyo explained. Alarms began to go off as the shinobi camp prepared itself.

    Seigi grabbed his chokuto, one of the last and finest weapons made by the blacksmith Kyojin. His son became a fine shinobi, a student of both Seigi, Hokuai, and Tsuyo. He became second in hand to hand combat only to Tsuyo and placed high in ninjutsu as well. When Hokuai travelled back to the shinobi base after delaying their advance, before died he made sure Kyohin's son retrieved one of his Kamui eyes. He uses it even now to great advantage, becoming known as the "Ghost of Men" due to his invulnerability.

    "Shi and Hikaru are currently gathering the Kyuubi's chakra into one pool so they can use it to start the technique. Once that's achieved, then Seadra herself will use her massive pool of personal chakra to keep the technique going for as long as she can, with Shi and Hikaru guarding her. We just need to buy them and you the time, as well as the civilians. Kitsune and Riku are both leading two companies of men on opposite flanks, and they're two of our best generals. I will be leading the center personally, and you will be leading the shock troops initially. Once you go back, Suke(Yukio's son) will lead them. If you manage to return in time for the final push, that would be a tremendous help but do not put the past at risk for it." Tsuyo listened to what very well may be his final orders with a grim determination. He stepped back and nodded, nerves steeled as they always had been.

    Out of the initial group that united together to fight the Kaguya, Tsuyo and Seigi were the only two left alive. Tsuyo due to his near immunity to wounds and pain and Seigi due to Lucky Seven Chomei. "Make sure to tell them all to give them hell for me. I'm just gonna go create a few craters while ya' do," Tsuyo said with a smile. Bringing Seigi in for a hug, the two men stood and embraced for a couple seconds before loosening. Both men just nodded, knowing what was coming.

    Stepping out of the tent, Tsuyo hurried to the front- left of the line where the enemy shinobi would be positioned at. He stood at the forefront of his men without saying a word becuase none was needed. Minutes passed with only the sound of marching from the Imperial army making any noise for miles. Even the vultures above were silent for the first time. It was as if nature itslef knew that this was a time for peace, as a great price was due to be paid on this day.

    It was silent, and then, *boom*. A single cannon shot for aiming purposes. It came straight for Tsuyo's group, endangering his men. Grunting as his fist transformed into the scaly form of his curse mark, Tsuyo lept at the incoming projectile and fired a punch of such ferocity, it resounded for meters after the impact. The cannonball fell helplessly to the ground as Tsuyo landed gracefully, his fist returning to normal. "I guess it's time to have some fuckin' fun," he announced to his men. A great shout echoed behind him as the many men he had trained in the art of taijutsu and his monk arts screamed their adrenaline fueled cry of joy for the battle about to unfold. Tsuyo raised his own voice before beginning his mad run forwards. The entire monk group moved behind him, Seigi raising the rest of the military to advance on the Imperials. If they were to die, they were to die in glorious combat and not under rain of cannon fire.

    It took a full minute before Tsuyo's men made it to the lines. Screaming and activating the seals on his fists, two armored gauntlets enfolded his entire arm and hand. They had the texture of a cheese grater, meant for inflicting massive amounts of damage while being able to withstand just as much or more. They were his signature weapon, after all. At the same time, the curse mark embedded upon his back would activate and envelop his body in a layer of scales that prevented all kinds of non chakra related harm. Essentially, taijutsu and any other blunt objects were useless while bladed weapons provided only minor damage. This combined with his mastery of Yamabushi made him a literal boulder, able to withstand monstrous amounts of damage despite his elderly body's natural fragility.

    And it was this fragile old man that lept forwards first. He was met with pinpricks of kunai and shurkien and useless explosive tags. These things did not bother him, but the idea of them attakcing him that foolishly did. Men that foolish deserve to die. The first one to meet this fate would be a shinobi of average height with black hair and gorgeous blue eyes. She was a beautiful woman, but on the wrong side of the war. A Sohei strike from hell would hit her in the chest, literally blowing her entire body into half and sending a concussive shockwave the Tsuyo has learned to focus only forwards back into the ranks of shinobi. The first lines were torn apart from the impact, killing them instantly, while the ones for a ways back got off lucky with internal damage and maybe a missing limb or two. Tsuyo couldn't use punches like that very often, lest it shatter even his double armored fist.

    Two-hundred and three men by his estimates had become casualties of that one strike, with over half dead. The rest of the monks came in behind him, each using their Sohei skills to strike the ground and send shards of debris and shrapnel towards the shinobi army at speeds most couldn't track very well. It was devastating, but not enough. Soon, Tsuyo and his monks found themselves facing the shinobi in devastaing combat. Tsuyo had no trouble ripping though them like they were nothing, but his students were not Tsuyo (imaging Madara against the shinobi alliance type shit). But he could feel himself being tugged. He knew that Seadra was about to give in and let the Kyuubi exhaust almost all of its chakra reserves. Tsuyo's time was almost up in this time frame. Just how long could he stay here though?

    Character Name: Akame Sasumi
    Experience:  0/4200
    Renown: 3000
    Ryo: 0

    • Strength: C
    • Constitution: C
    • Stamina: B+ (wealthy)
    • Speed: C
    • Coordination: A
    • Intelligence: A
    • Perception: B

    Limit Break Points:

    • Physical: 2
    • Technique: 0
    • Destiny: 1

    Link to Character Updates: https://gladiusnarutorp.forumotion.com/t219-tsuyo-s-updates#1371

    "Death comes for everyone. I'm just moving you to the front of the line."
    Kim Chang-Min
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    Character File
    Skills & Elements: Earth Release, Steel Release, Fuuninjutsu, Misc. Crafting, Ninjutsu, Ijutsu, Sensory, Kugutsu
    Class: X
    Ryo: 750,000 Ryo

    Tsuyo Hyuga Empty Re: Tsuyo Hyuga

    Post by Kim Chang-Min Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:45 am


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