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    Yoshitsune Sōjōbō

    Yoshitsune
    Yoshitsune

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    Join date : 2019-12-17

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    Post by Yoshitsune Tue Dec 17, 2019 2:03 pm

    Name: Yoshitsune Sōjōbō
    Age: 18
    Gender: Female
    Village: Kumogakure no Sato
    Rank: Genin (D-Class)
    Title: N/A

    Clan: Hayami
    Bloodline: Swift Release [Using 1000 exp to Unlock]
    Element(s): Fūton, Raiton, Jinton
    Skill(s): Kenjutsu, Ninjutsu

    Stats [0 Spendable Exp] [700 Exp Total]

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


    Unique Abilities:

    One-handed Seals ~ Yoshitsune may weave hand seals with only one hand. This results in a one tier loss of Coordination for that hand regarding hand seals.

    Adrenaline Rush ~ After her first time moving at her maximum speed each thread, Yoshitsune receives a massive burst of adrenaline that fills her with newfound energy. She receives a +1 tier boost to her Stamina while debuffing her Perception by -1 tier. This must be toggled on through a one-time payment of 5 cp, but after that requires no upkeep.

    Shukuchi ~ Having trained to swing her blade at blinding speeds, Yoshitsune can draw and strike with such speed that when using a Kenjutsu technique or style, she automatically debuffs the Perception of anyone who can see her by -1 tier for the purpose of seeing her movements. This is a double edged sword though, as it will flatly debuff her own Perception by -1 tier for all purposes when using Kenjutsu techniques or styles. This must be toggled on through a one-time payment of 5 cp, but after that requires no upkeep.

    Experience Advantage ~ As a result of her years of training with Sōjōbō, Yoshitsune begins with 700 exp. All generated experience must go towards paying off this debt before it can be applied anywhere else.

    Appearance:

    At 168 cm in height and 55 kg in weight, Yoshitsune has a relatively average build for a woman, only perhaps being a bit little bit taller than average. Compared to tengu she is considered both short and a bit stocky, although this is seen as desirable considering the tengu focus on integrating into humanity. Her hair is black and long, reaching down to her ankles. Containing a natural silky and smooth texture, it often streams behind her like a flowing ribbon as she speeds to her targets. Noticeably, Yoshitune destests the wearing of clothing. Other than armor, there will be occasions in which she will fight or go about entirely without clothing, an uncivilized habit that makes both humans and tengu uneasy. She much prefers to adorn her form with the likes of body paints, decorative feathers, and ribbons, although she can be convinced to wear proper clothing if pressured.  


    History:

    While Yoshitsune is a human, she considers herself a tengu as a result of being raised by these Yokai as long as she can remember. How exactly the tengu clans of Kumogakure obtained Yoshitsune, and why they decided to raise her as one of their own is a mystery that few know the truth behind. Yoshitsune herself has long accepted not to question it, and as a result wholeheartedly believes herself now to be simply a strange tengu that looked a bit more human-ish than most others. This is despite her lacking the telltale physical characteristics and ‘Devil’s Eye’ that the tengu are known for. Naturally cunning, the tengu who raised her did so without favoring others over her, and simply beat into her head the wisdom of “Don’t think about it so hard.'' This was a teaching that Yoshitsune took to naturally, and now the possibility that she may be human seems like an amusing impossibility. After years of reinforcement this delusion is strong, and seems unlikely to be broken.

    Yoshitsune would be raised in accordance to a tengu’s philosophy rather than a human’s philosophy as a result of this. This was despite lacking the tengu’s natural talent in craftsmanship and their naturally gifted mind, which significantly hinders her progress in what her peers would naturally be able to achieve. However, Yoshitsune did excell at what most other tengu lacked in, being the arts of war. As soon as her lack of skill in craftsmanship exposed itself and her great talent in warfare was made clear, the tengu who took her under their ward wisely put her under a different path. Bringing her to Mount Kurama, up in the northern reaches of the Land of Lightning, Yoshitsune would be introduced to the legendary tengu mountain hermit named Sōjōbō. Famous among the tengu for his intense power, Sōjōbō was regarded as having the strength of 1,000 normal tengu and having a cunning and wisdom that few could hope to match. Despite this strength and wisdom, Sōjōbō had an unfortunate habit of eating human children, which was what forced the integration-focused tengu into drive him into the mountains to live as a hermit. Yoshitsune, who wholeheartedly believed herself to be a tengu, felt no fear at being led into Sōjōbō’s clutches. Even knowing of Sōjōbō’s eating of children, she who had been raised by the philosophy of the tengu simply thought of this information as strange quirk from a strange hermit.

    Sōjōbō, who had been introduced to many children through this same trick, quickly became amused at Yoshitsune. Many human children had been led to him through this same trickery, having been acquired as infants and then raised until ready to harvest. This was apart of an ancient contract between Sōjōbō and the Taira Clan of the Tengu, who would pacify Sōjōbō with occasional sacrifice of human children in order to ensure his continued banishment to Mount Kurama, where he would not be inconvenient. Sōjōbō, who would give the children a week of training before consuming them in their sleep, found Yoshitsune already so proficient in combat that his training regime was inadequate, and even boring to the young girl. Yoshitsune’s speed especially would surprise the old mountain hermit, being able to match Sōjōbō’s own speed evenly despite being a young child. With Yoshitsune’s abilities intriguing Sōjōbō, he would begin to train her in the manner he would an adult rather than a young child. Yoshitsune’s personality too made an impression upon the old tengu, with Yoshitsune often scold Sōjōbō for his sloppy habits that had come from decades of living as a hermit, doing so without any fear. In an exceptionally straight forward manner, Yoshitsune would demand Sōjōbō live up to her expectations as a teacher, requiring harsher training and absolute discipline. This desire to take the shortest, fastest straight line towards her goal was characteristic of Yoshitsune, and shook the slovenly Sōjōbō who had grown lazy after so many years of having his meals delivered to him. Thus, when the end of that first week came Sōjōbō found himself unable to devour Yoshitsune in his sleep as he had first planned. The young girl’s character had made too strongly of an impact on him in the short time they had been together, and having been impressed by her discipline and speed he would instead work to give her the training she desired. Sōjōbō would then pledge to never eat the young Yoshitsune, at least as long as she still desired his teaching.

    Spending the next seven years training with Sōjōbō, Yoshitsune would become proficient in the arts of swordsmanship, tactics, and tengu magic. To enhance her natural speed, Sōjōbō would bestow upon her knowledge of Shukuchi, a technique of special tengu footwork that allowed one to cut down the distance between opponents instantly. Rather than being a simple martial art based around step movements, there were many phenomena associated with Shukuchi, including walking, body movement, breathing, and blind spots. Having successfully resisted consuming Yoshitsune until she reached adulthood, Sōjōbō would proudly announce that he had nothing left to teach her. Bestowing Yoshitsune with his own name as her family name, he would send her back down the mountain to return to the Taira Clan of the Tengu, who were incredibly surprised to see her survival. To see again the girl who they had thought would be eaten seven years ago having not only survived, but now who announced themselves to be the ‘The Champion of Tengu’ was not something they had prepared to deal with.

    Despite having completed Sōjōbō’s training, Yoshitsune found themselves still desiring more. Rather than simply be content living among the Taira Tengu, she would request a leave to Kumogakure so that her skills could be refined and allowed to progress further. The Taira Clan of Tengu were more than happy to grant her this request, wanting now nothing more to be free of this troublesome girl.

    Personality:

    Neither a human or tengu, but rather something in between, Yoshitsune finds it difficult to relate to or understand either. Love especially is something she fails to understand. She was left under the care of a child-eating tengu during her youth and raised up as something unaware of a father’s love, a mother’s love, a proper parent’s love, or the love spun from a significant other. If there is only one fact, it’s that Yoshitsune is a samurai. A samurai serves the lord and swears allegiance to the lord. Concerning her, that was the only truth, and with the exception of that, everything else didn't matter.

    Close in personality to a faithful dog, she fights savagely for the sake of a master instead of herself. The only thing she desires is to be praised, and to be able to fill her role thoroughly. For this she always seeks out the shortest, fastest straight line to her goal. She often does this without thinking too strongly. Rather than avoid a problem or do things the long way, Yoshitsune would rather bash herself into it until she can brute force right through it. This simple nature has yet to fail her. Because of this straight forward character she is unsuited to falsehoods, and as such is seemingly incapable of deception.

    Despite this, Yoshitsune is still a young girl. She earnest, faithful, bright and friendly, but somewhere she is missing a screw, and it's unclear exactly as to where.

    Roleplay Sample: N/A
    Shimiko Chinoike
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    Jounin

    Posts : 2091
    Join date : 2017-09-21

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    Post by Shimiko Chinoike Wed Dec 18, 2019 5:00 pm

    @Yoshitsune wrote:Name: Yoshitsune Sōjōbō
    Age: 18
    Gender: Female
    Village: Kumogakure no Sato
    Rank: Genin (D-Class)
    Title: N/A

    Clan: Hayami
    Bloodline: Swift Release [Using 1000 exp to Unlock]
    Element(s): Fūton, Raiton, Jinton
    Skill(s): Kenjutsu, Ninjutsu

    Stats [0 Spendable Exp] [700 Exp Total]

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


    Unique Abilities:

    One-handed Seals ~ Yoshitsune may weave hand seals with only one hand. This results in a one tier loss of Coordination for that hand regarding hand seals.

    Adrenaline Rush ~ After her first time moving at her maximum speed each thread, Yoshitsune receives a massive burst of adrenaline that fills her with newfound energy. She receives a +1 tier boost to her Stamina while debuffing her Perception by -1 tier. This must be toggled on through a one-time payment of 5 cp, but after that requires no upkeep.

    Shukuchi ~ Having trained to swing her blade at blinding speeds, Yoshitsune can draw and strike with such speed that when using a Kenjutsu technique or style, she automatically debuffs the Perception of anyone who can see her by -1 tier for the purpose of seeing her movements. This is a double edged sword though, as it will flatly debuff her own Perception by -1 tier for all purposes when using Kenjutsu techniques or styles. This must be toggled on through a one-time payment of 5 cp, but after that requires no upkeep.

    Experience Advantage ~ As a result of her years of training with Sōjōbō, Yoshitsune begins with 700 exp. All generated experience must go towards paying off this debt before it can be applied anywhere else.

    Appearance:

    At 168 cm in height and 55 kg in weight, Yoshitsune has a relatively average build for a woman, only perhaps being a bit little bit taller than average. Compared to tengu she is considered both short and a bit stocky, although this is seen as desirable considering the tengu focus on integrating into humanity. Her hair is black and long, reaching down to her ankles. Containing a natural silky and smooth texture, it often streams behind her like a flowing ribbon as she speeds to her targets. Noticeably, Yoshitune destests the wearing of clothing. Other than armor, there will be occasions in which she will fight or go about entirely without clothing, an uncivilized habit that makes both humans and tengu uneasy. She much prefers to adorn her form with the likes of body paints, decorative feathers, and ribbons, although she can be convinced to wear proper clothing if pressured.  


    History:

    While Yoshitsune is a human, she considers herself a tengu as a result of being raised by these Yokai as long as she can remember. How exactly the tengu clans of Kumogakure obtained Yoshitsune, and why they decided to raise her as one of their own is a mystery that few know the truth behind. Yoshitsune herself has long accepted not to question it, and as a result wholeheartedly believes herself now to be simply a strange tengu that looked a bit more human-ish than most others. This is despite her lacking the telltale physical characteristics and ‘Devil’s Eye’ that the tengu are known for. Naturally cunning, the tengu who raised her did so without favoring others over her, and simply beat into her head the wisdom of “Don’t think about it so hard.'' This was a teaching that Yoshitsune took to naturally, and now the possibility that she may be human seems like an amusing impossibility. After years of reinforcement this delusion is strong, and seems unlikely to be broken.

    Yoshitsune would be raised in accordance to a tengu’s philosophy rather than a human’s philosophy as a result of this. This was despite lacking the tengu’s natural talent in craftsmanship and their naturally gifted mind, which significantly hinders her progress in what her peers would naturally be able to achieve. However, Yoshitsune did excell at what most other tengu lacked in, being the arts of war. As soon as her lack of skill in craftsmanship exposed itself and her great talent in warfare was made clear, the tengu who took her under their ward wisely put her under a different path. Bringing her to Mount Kurama, up in the northern reaches of the Land of Lightning, Yoshitsune would be introduced to the legendary tengu mountain hermit named Sōjōbō. Famous among the tengu for his intense power, Sōjōbō was regarded as having the strength of 1,000 normal tengu and having a cunning and wisdom that few could hope to match. Despite this strength and wisdom, Sōjōbō had an unfortunate habit of eating human children, which was what forced the integration-focused tengu into drive him into the mountains to live as a hermit. Yoshitsune, who wholeheartedly believed herself to be a tengu, felt no fear at being led into Sōjōbō’s clutches. Even knowing of Sōjōbō’s eating of children, she who had been raised by the philosophy of the tengu simply thought of this information as strange quirk from a strange hermit.

    Sōjōbō, who had been introduced to many children through this same trick, quickly became amused at Yoshitsune. Many human children had been led to him through this same trickery, having been acquired as infants and then raised until ready to harvest. This was apart of an ancient contract between Sōjōbō and the Taira Clan of the Tengu, who would pacify Sōjōbō with occasional sacrifice of human children in order to ensure his continued banishment to Mount Kurama, where he would not be inconvenient. Sōjōbō, who would give the children a week of training before consuming them in their sleep, found Yoshitsune already so proficient in combat that his training regime was inadequate, and even boring to the young girl. Yoshitsune’s speed especially would surprise the old mountain hermit, being able to match Sōjōbō’s own speed evenly despite being a young child. With Yoshitsune’s abilities intriguing Sōjōbō, he would begin to train her in the manner he would an adult rather than a young child. Yoshitsune’s personality too made an impression upon the old tengu, with Yoshitsune often scold Sōjōbō for his sloppy habits that had come from decades of living as a hermit, doing so without any fear. In an exceptionally straight forward manner, Yoshitsune would demand Sōjōbō live up to her expectations as a teacher, requiring harsher training and absolute discipline. This desire to take the shortest, fastest straight line towards her goal was characteristic of Yoshitsune, and shook the slovenly Sōjōbō who had grown lazy after so many years of having his meals delivered to him. Thus, when the end of that first week came Sōjōbō found himself unable to devour Yoshitsune in his sleep as he had first planned. The young girl’s character had made too strongly of an impact on him in the short time they had been together, and having been impressed by her discipline and speed he would instead work to give her the training she desired. Sōjōbō would then pledge to never eat the young Yoshitsune, at least as long as she still desired his teaching.

    Spending the next seven years training with Sōjōbō, Yoshitsune would become proficient in the arts of swordsmanship, tactics, and tengu magic. To enhance her natural speed, Sōjōbō would bestow upon her knowledge of Shukuchi, a technique of special tengu footwork that allowed one to cut down the distance between opponents instantly. Rather than being a simple martial art based around step movements, there were many phenomena associated with Shukuchi, including walking, body movement, breathing, and blind spots. Having successfully resisted consuming Yoshitsune until she reached adulthood, Sōjōbō would proudly announce that he had nothing left to teach her. Bestowing Yoshitsune with his own name as her family name, he would send her back down the mountain to return to the Taira Clan of the Tengu, who were incredibly surprised to see her survival. To see again the girl who they had thought would be eaten seven years ago having not only survived, but now who announced themselves to be the ‘The Champion of Tengu’ was not something they had prepared to deal with.

    Despite having completed Sōjōbō’s training, Yoshitsune found themselves still desiring more. Rather than simply be content living among the Taira Tengu, she would request a leave to Kumogakure so that her skills could be refined and allowed to progress further. The Taira Clan of Tengu were more than happy to grant her this request, wanting now nothing more to be free of this troublesome girl.

    Personality:

    Neither a human or tengu, but rather something in between, Yoshitsune finds it difficult to relate to or understand either. Love especially is something she fails to understand. She was left under the care of a child-eating tengu during her youth and raised up as something unaware of a father’s love, a mother’s love, a proper parent’s love, or the love spun from a significant other. If there is only one fact, it’s that Yoshitsune is a samurai. A samurai serves the lord and swears allegiance to the lord. Concerning her, that was the only truth, and with the exception of that, everything else didn't matter.

    Close in personality to a faithful dog, she fights savagely for the sake of a master instead of herself. The only thing she desires is to be praised, and to be able to fill her role thoroughly. For this she always seeks out the shortest, fastest straight line to her goal. She often does this without thinking too strongly. Rather than avoid a problem or do things the long way, Yoshitsune would rather bash herself into it until she can brute force right through it. This simple nature has yet to fail her. Because of this straight forward character she is unsuited to falsehoods, and as such is seemingly incapable of deception.

    Despite this, Yoshitsune is still a young girl. She earnest, faithful, bright and friendly, but somewhere she is missing a screw, and it's unclear exactly as to where.

    Roleplay Sample: N/A

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    Stats

    • Strength: D
    • Constitution: D
    • Stamina: A++
    • Speed: A
    • Coordination: S
    • Intelligence:  B
    • Perception: A


    Gear

    • 1x Kālīkoroshimasu
    • 1x Kālīkoroshimasu (Chakra Disruption Technology)
    • 10x Serrated Kunai
    • Six Sai of Serration
    • Badger's Claws
    • Chinowakugumi Armour (Snow Armour Technology)
    • Twin Tessen of Terror


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