The evening after he spent most of the night training new techniques he would be back at the ground, at it again. This time with a training partner, a young woman named Isuzu. She was pretty with brown hair and chocolate brown eyes and tended to give off the vibe of a little sister to most that interacted with her. She trained with Tamwyn often enough that they were comfortable with one another and right now they were at it again in a late night training session that Tamwyn hoped to be extremely fruitful. His upper body clothing was off, as usual given the state it goes into when he utilizes a few of his personal jutsu. He didn’t like having to constantly buy new clothes to replace ones he destroyed. So he avoided destroying them if he could. So there he stood, half naked under the moonlit sky with a pretty woman not far from him. What would people think he was trying to do?
Why, shove his arm into her of course.
Not really, but that was the premise of the technique. Hell Stab was a vicious technique that encased the arm in lightning chakra that became more and more concentrated the fewer points it had to enhance. It would even elongate the effective damage invisibly unless one could sense exactly where the end of the chakra spear was. Well, when one only used one finger anyway. At the moment Tamwyn was reviewing it as he and Izusu had already worked out this technique earlier in the night. He was simply making sure he had it down pat before moving on. He had a couple of other techniques to review as well and then he’d call it a night. “Alright, the raiton chakra is coating my arm, lowest density, the ‘Four Finger Nukite’.” He would say as he held up his arm, thumb folded in. With that said he charged at a nearby boulder and struck it, smashing it to pieces before testing the three finger and the one finger nukite with increasingly awesome results. “Hell Stab complete, Tamwyn-senpai.” Izusu would say with a small smile and a tilt to her head.
Nodding Tamwyn would switch over to the next technique he was to be reviewing. This one was far more dangerous to review inside the village as the damage it could accidentally cause was substantial. However he remedied this by simply firing up. It made for one hell of a light show, but wouldn’t hurt anyone when he used it. Which was the point of firing it up in the first place. “Kikoho is next, thank you again for acting as an outside observer and helping me learn this Isuzu.” He would say, a small grateful smile on his features as he placed his hands in a diamond pattern. The fingertips were touching and the palms were apart, with the thumbs extended and overlapped. The resulting shape the space between his hands made would resemble a diamond, or a triangle. He had practiced this technique with the seal earlier, now it was time to do so without.
Channeling chakra, small arcs of the electricity could be seen within the diamond pattern in his hands and after a moment they coalesced into a single white light that finally fired out from his hands. The resulting beam expanded viciously and quickly became one hundred meters across and traveled for three times that distance. The beam made an enormous light show in the sky but since he was in a restricted training ground he doubted it could cause any trouble for anyone. The beam extended into the sky for a few moments before dissipating harmlessly and a larger, more boyish grin would cross his features as he turned toward his training partner. “Two for two.” She would say holding up two fingers into emphasis. “What’s the destructive power on that thing?” She would ask curiously, causing the taller genin to shrug. “About as much as your average A rank jutsu. The speed in which it closes the distance is the real problem though. That’s about as fast as your average S rank and it’s quite large.” He would respond, prompting her to nod. “Just one more right?” She would ask, prompting his own nod as he began to focus his chakra.
Seraph’s Brilliance was a technique he designed shortly after his team had decided on it’s designation ‘Team Seraphim’. It was made to give him aerial combat capabilities and help him defend from physical assaults that he was at a bad angle to defend against. It could strike too of course, but couldn’t hold anything. But that was a minor inconvenience for all it did give him already. Not bothering with a seal again, six angel like wings would coalesce from his bag. Seemingly forming from him. In truth the wings were made of lightning and they fully formed in an instant. The top set of wings was the longest at three meters each. The middle pair was a meter shorter, at two. While the lowest pair was the shortest at one meter each. The wings gave him a fantastic look and anyone who knew of angels and demons would know what they were. Unfurling his wings fully, Tamwyn took flight immediately, moving around much better now than he had been before.
To be honest, most of the night hadn’t been used training the techniques, but learning how to fly. The wings gave him the ability, and that was about it. The various muscle twitches and movements were extremely out of place for him, but he swiftly got the hang of it and now he was flying around the training field at the same speed he could run around on the ground with. It was quite enjoyable and after a few minutes he would finally land next to a large stone before striking out with one wing and smashing the stone into so many tiny shards. Nodding his head in satisfaction, Tamwyn would release the technique, the wings dispersing into harmless arcs of lightning before turning to Isuzu. “How did I look?” He would ask, with a raised eyebrow. Her expression would form into a large smile before speaking. “Like a Seraph of Lightning.” She would say, prompting him to nod before jerking his head in the age old motion of ‘Let’s get outta here.’ “C’mon, let’s go. Thanks again for the help by being an outside observer, but I’m good now and we both need sleep.” He would say, prompting her to nod before waving a farewell and leaving toward her own own. Tamwyn would take a moment to take a deep breath before smirking to himself and leaving himself. Now he just needed the perfect time to show the world what he could do.