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    General Organization and Village Rules

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    Post by Chen Kimyōnakama on Thu Jun 01, 2017 1:55 pm

    Resources

    Every Land has an amount of natural resources that can be harvested for a monthly income. The resources are dependent on the landscape of that actual Land and will cost a considerable amount of funding to begin harvesting, but will eventually yield enough return to compensate the costs and then continue to produce income.

    Resources are determined by the conditions of the Land of vary in five different levels, with five being the highest. Each level produces 100,000 Ryo of income per month, and a village is capable of collecting up to three levels of income per resource. Some villages will be better set in their own resources than others, and in the case of excess or lacking resources, trading becomes necessary.

    Trading occurs when two or more Lands wish to exchange levels in monthly shipments to each other. For example, the Land of Fire has level five in Wood and the Land of Water only has level one. The Land of Fire can then send up to two levels of Wood in exchange for two levels of Fish, because the Land of Fire only has level one fish and the Land of Water has level five fish. Both lands will have level three in Wood and Fish, in this case, and will receive that level of income for them both for every month that trade is in effect.

    However, trading can be sabotaged. When two Lands agree to trade, a trade route must be created. This route will lead through a specified path or paths (up to one per resource delivery), which can be targeted and destroyed. If an enemy village, or anyone with the desire to, can manage to discover the trade route(s), they may attack the resource delivery ship or caravan and steal those resources for their village. In this case, that resource level is considered lost and payment will go to the thief. Trade shipments occur once per month near the end of the month. The Kage (or a representative) of the village delivering a resource will post in the trade route topic that delivery is being made. There will be a set amount of time (determined by route defenses) that the shipment can be interrupted. The attacker will then combat the shipment's defenses (NPC's or PC's, depending on the Kage's purchases), for capture of those resources. These same rules apply for normal resource shipments, but because of the shorter distance, thieves only have 24 hours to intercept.

    Now, in order to receive income for a resource, the Kage of that Land must pay 500,000 Ryo to establish a collection site for that reserve. Each collection site increases the collectable income for that reside by one level. Additional collection sites can be established to increase the income up to the maximum levels listed below, which varies by resource for each Land. These collection sites must be created as topics within the desired and appropriate area in the Land and can be attacked. A destroyed collection site will be unable to collect any resources until it is repaired at the cost of 250,000 Ryo, so defense measures should be used, if possible. You'll find more on defense later on in these rules.

    The different resources and each Land's level of them can be found in the spoilers below:

    Major Countries
    Spoiler:
    Land of Earth (Iwagakure)
    Crops: Level 0
    Fish: Level 2
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 5
    Wood: Level 0

    Land of Fire (Konohagakure)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 5

    Land of Lightning (Kumogakure)
    Crops: Level 2
    Fish: Level 4
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 4
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Water (Kirigakure)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 5
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Wind (Sunagakure)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 2
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 2
    Wood: Level 1

    Minor Countries
    Spoiler:
    Land of Sound (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 4
    Fish: Level 2
    Livestock: Level 4
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 3

    Land of Rain (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 2
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 4
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Waterfalls (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 3
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 3
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 3

    Land of Grass (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 5
    Fish: Level 1
    Livestock: Level 4
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Rivers (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 4
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 5
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Birds (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 3
    Fish: Level 0
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 3
    Wood: Level 4

    Land of Frost (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Hot Springs (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 4
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Iron (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 0
    Fish: Level 1
    Livestock: Level 0
    Metals: Level 4
    Wood: Level 2

    Land of Snow (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 4
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 2

    Land of Waves (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 2
    Fish: Level 4
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 0
    Wood: Level 2

    Land of Whirlpools (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 4
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 2
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Tea (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 4
    Fish: Level 4
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 3

    Land of the Sea (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 5
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 2
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Swamps (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 2
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 4

    Land of Demons (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 2
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 5
    Wood: Level 1

    Land of Moon (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 3
    Fish: Level 4
    Livestock: Level 2
    Metals: Level 2
    Wood: Level 1

    Nagi Island (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 1
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 2
    Wood: Level 3

    O'uzu Island (Unsettled)
    Crops: Level 3
    Fish: Level 3
    Livestock: Level 1
    Metals: Level 1
    Wood: Level 3


    A map of all of the different Lands can be found in the below spoiler:
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    Post by Chen Kimyōnakama on Thu Jun 01, 2017 6:16 pm

    Bases

    In order to settle in a Land or to create a legitimate organization, one may wish to construct a base from which to operate. This can vary from a little shack out in the woods to an entire bustling city, depending on your needs and your pocketbook. Each base level has a cost to construct, an upkeep, and a build time; these build times are done in real time, starting from the moment that the registered base is approved. The costs are for building from the ground up; upgrading from one base to the next will deduct the cost of the starting construct from the upgrade level, but not the build time. The population limit determines how many player characters your base can house. There are two types of Bases, which are outlined below:

    Complex: This is a single structure that is usually used as a base of operations for an organization. These vary in size from small to vast and can allow the purchase of Buildings (outlined in the next post) as rooms. These rooms cast half the price of the full building, but they will require a PC associated with that building. You'll find more information on that in the next post.

    Small: This is a single room structure of similar size to a modern day studio apartment. It may work well as an outlook, but is fairly unimpressive as far as bases go. One room is allowed at this level.
    Cost: 50,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: 250 Ryo
    Build Time: 3 Days
    PC Population Limit: 0
    NPC Population Limit: 2 squads

    Medium: This structure can have up to three rooms, along with a general entryway and whatever else you might design. This base is a bit more functional, but still lacking.
    Cost: 100,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: 500 Ryo
    Build Time: 5 Days
    Population Limit: 0
    NPC Population Limit: 5 squads

    Large: This is where the base becomes more like a hideout, with multiple floors and up to five functional rooms, though you can always design more regular ones. These are often seen situated in a Hidden Village or built into the side of a mountain or cave, to serve as a larger organization's base of operations.
    Cost: 200,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: 750 Ryo
    Build Time: 7 Days
    Population Limit: 7
    NPC Population Limit: 10 squads

    Vast: The absolute limit of a single structure, this size can be as large as you wish, like a skyscraper reaching into the heavens or a massive, sprawling underground maze. Use all of your creativity, for there are no limits to how many rooms this structure can have.
    Cost: 1 Million Ryo
    Upkeep: 2,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 14 Days
    Population Limit: 10
    NPC Population Limit: 15 squads (additional squad for every room after five)

    Resource Center: This is a specialized building designed to collect and distribute resources from a land. This can be constructed as a standalone building or added onto a base of at least Large size. With the Resource Center, the owning organization can collect the maximum of three levels from each resource in the Land from any Resource Collection Sites that it also owns. This is commonly created by Hidden Villages wishing to collect more money from resources in minor countries.
    Cost: 1 Million Ryo
    Upkeep: 1,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 7 Days
    Population Limit: N/A

    Resource Collection Site: In order to take advantage of a Land's Resource, be it with a Dwelling or with a Resource Center, you will need to build a Resource Collection Site on that Resource. A Resource Collection Site grants access to exactly one Resource, meaning that you'll need to build quite a few of these things to fully manage all of a Land's Resources. Each Resource brings in 100,000 Ryo per month and are the primary source of income for any major village. Resources are delivered to the appropriate Center via a designated route, meaning that they can be sabotaged by the enemy.
    Cost: 500,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: None
    Build Time: 3 Days
    Population Limit: N/A

    Dwelling: Unlike the Complex, a Dwelling consists of a gathering of buildings and structures, designed to house many more people than might fit into just one organization. These are generally built when large clans settle down or when groups come together in peace, but may also be constructed by organizations and villages to spread their influence throughout the shinobi world.

    Outpost: This is comparable in size to a single Clan District, so while it's not very large, it can house quite a few more people than any one Complex, and allows for up to three buildings, as well.
    Cost: 350,000
    Upkeep: 3,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 10 Days
    Population Limit: 7
    NPC Population Limit: 20 squads

    Town: This is the average level of Dwelling, with a building limit of ten and the ability to claim up to a section of a Land (such as Northwestern Land of Fire). Only one Town can be built per section. These are also able to generate a passive income, due to the commerce now taking place with this many people. A single Town earns 150,000 Ryo per month!
    Cost: 3 Million Ryo
    Upkeep: 15,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 15 Days
    Population Limit: 15
    NPC Population Limit: 50 squads

    Village: This is the point at which your organization or group can be considered an official Hidden Village, with a building limit of ten. The size of this is twice that of the town, which is why only one of these can be constructed per Land, as with anything larger than this. Resource Collection Sites can now be constructed within the Land to generate a passive income, without the need of a Resource Center. A Village does have its own income, as well: 200,000 Ryo per month. Residents of your Dwelling can now build their own structures.
    Cost: 4 Million Ryo
    Upkeep: 20,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 20 Days
    Population Limit: 20
    NPC Population Limit: 80 squads

    City: A Village that continues to experience growth will eventually become a City, which functions much like the previous level, only larger. Along with an increased Population Limit, Cities can contain up to thirty buildings and generate 250,000 Ryo per month.
    Cost: 5 Million Ryo
    Upkeep: 25,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 25 Days
    Population Limit: 30
    NPC Population Limit: 150 squads

    Metropolis: The height of civilization. The Dwelling can now contain up to fifty buildings and expands the population limit to fifty! A Metropolis will generate 500,000 Ryo per month on its own.
    Cost: 10 Million Ryo
    Upkeep: 50,000 Ryo
    Build Time: 30 Days
    Population Limit: 50
    NPC Population Limit: 200 squads

    Important Notes:
    -Any Base, Building, or Defense that is destroyed may be repaired at half the original Cost and half the original Build Time.
    -Outposts and bases can benefit from a village's buildings within the same land
    -Buildings are refunded at half the cost of purchase. If any investment was put into the building in question then half of the invested amount is returned.
    -When the building owner dies or is otherwise incapacitated, ownership falls to the person who owns the base the building was situated in. If the base owner is dead or incapacitated then title falls to the leader of the country where the base is situated in.


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    Post by Chen Kimyōnakama on Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:04 pm

    Defenses

    Nobody wants any random person just waltzing on up to their base and wreaking havoc. Defenses are the way to keep out all of the undesirables and securing your hard-earned structures.

    Secrecy: This makes your base harder to detect, protecting it from Scouts and PCs alike. Secrecy can be assigned to trade routes, Resource Collection Sites, resource routes, Resource Centers, entire Bases, or specific buildings, though each of those requires a separate purchase. You can use whichever methods you can think of to describe your Secrecy, but its effectiveness is determined by the Rank. Any NPC Roles of lower Class than the Rank of Secrecy cannot find it; there are also interactions with Player Characters described more in the NPC post of this topic.
    E-Rank: 8,000 Ryo per month
    D-Rank: 16,000 Ryo per month
    C-Rank: 24,000 Ryo per month
    B-Rank: 32,000 Ryo per month
    A-Rank: 40,000 Ryo per month

    Walls: These are actual, well, walls, designed to resist force and physically keep people out. You can apply walls to anything desired, but, as usual, the cost is applied per thing that is to be protected. Walls prevent NPC Roles of lower Class from entering the protected area and are able to resist up to their Rank in Strength (B-Rank Wall requires over B-Tier Strength to break). The actual type of style of walls can be determined by your registration, and it's your creativity that determines how easy a Wall can be bypassed by other PCs.
    E-Rank: 30,000 Ryo
    D-Rank: 60,000 Ryo
    C-Rank: 90,000 Ryo
    B-Rank: 120,000 Ryo
    A-Rank: 150,000 Ryo
    S-Rank: 200,000 Ryo

    Traps: Sometimes having big Walls just isn't enough and maybe Guards are a bit pricey for your taste. The alternative is Traps, devilish little things hidden about whatever object you want to protect that spring up and slay unsuspecting victims. This, above all other fields, is where your creativity is key. A Trap can be anything you imagine that can deal damage to another character, from a lava pit to a snake moat and everything in between. The interactions with Player Characters is determined by the actual Trap, which is influenced by the Rank (An E-Rank lava pit probably won't catch a PC, though even an A-Rank one may not work if that PC is clever), but the primary purpose of Traps is to exterminate invading NPCs, such as Scouts or Assault Groups. Traps are set until they are triggered, and once triggered, will kill any NPCs of equal or lower Class than the Trap's Rank, but once a Trap is triggered, you'll need to purchase it again, so it may be wise to set plenty of Traps if you don't plan to make use of Guards.
    E-Rank: 1,500 Ryo
    D-Rank: 3,000 Ryo
    C-Rank: 4,500 Ryo
    B-Rank: 6,000 Ryo
    A-Rank: 7,500 Ryo

    Sensing Barrier: This is a special Defense available only to Bases that have built a Sensory Center. This barrier surrounds the Base and notifies NPC sensors within the Sensory Center of anyone that passes it. With this Defense, the Sensory Center will begin recording the Chakra Signature of everyone in the Village and will, therefore, be able to identify any unknown individuals that cross the barrier. The Sensory Center will immediately notify specific authorities in the Village to arrange a response for any such intruders, if necessary. This Barrier cannot be sensed or seen except by Doujutsu capable of visualizing chakra, and can only be bypassed by the Sensing Barrier Pass Technique, which is keyed to each specific Barrier and can be changed as ordered by the Kage, so that old keys no longer work. Only a few select sensors charged with monitoring the barrier, the base leader, and other individuals selected by that leader know the key to use that technique.
    Cost: 120,000 Ryo per month

    Upgrades: These are things you can buy to increase the functioning of your Land. While these may not provide immediate defensive benefit, they can, potentially, increase the security of your Land simply by minimizing the time it takes for your forces to get somewhere.

    Roads: These layer your land with specific paths to certain locations, which expedite travel. You can decide where these roads go and can even have Guards patrol them for enemy forces. Generally, anyone using a road is noticeable by any Scouts in the Land or any Guard patrols, so use caution. This does reduce the time it takes to complete a trade or resource shipment.

    Dirt: A path has been used so often that it's become more or less permanent and a bit more solid, so it's easier to traverse. Travel time through your land is reduced by 2 hours.
    Cost: 500,000 Ryo

    Paved: By assigning a crew to pave all of the roads in your Land, you are able to greatly expedite all travel, reducing all travel times by half.
    Cost: 10 Million Ryo

    Bridges: Every Land has some sections that are simply impassible, so by creating a bridge, you can open up new roads for people to use, which can increase the speed of travel for people throughout your Land. A bridge reduces travel time in its section of the Land by 1 hour, which applies after the half reduction of Paved Roads, if applicable. You may construct as many bridges as you wish, but the travel bonus does not stack.
    Cost: 1 Million Ryo


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    Buildings

    Once you have your base, you'll probably need buildings to go along with it. These are what give your base functionality, such as purchasing higher Class NPCs. An organization/base can use a larger dwelling's building requirements assuming the larger dwelling's owner is okay with it. For example, a Clan District may make use of B-Class NPCs if the village it is housed in has an Academy, Training Grounds, and Barracks. Buildings do not require any upkeep, but can be costly to construct and are limited by the level of Base. Buildings with large and important functions (ie almost all the buildings found on this list along with significant custom buildings such as factories) will count towards a base's building limit. Buildings of small-scale importance such as PC bought and ran stores that are within a village or higher do not count towards the base's building limit. If the small scale building (PC store) is within a town or outpost then it does count towards the base's building limit. An alternative to a full Building is a Room, a specific room in a Complex dedicated to the same purpose as its Building counterpart. These cost half the price and serve the same function, but will require at least one PC dedicated to leading that Room. This doesn't mean the PC can't leave, but you'll need at least one PC per Room and some may require specific Skills or Classes:

    Administration: This is your base's main headquarters and the center for all affairs. This building allows you to receive and post missions, as well as assign NPCs of up to E-Class to all the various roles needed to keep your base functioning.
    Cost: 250,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: E-Class

    Academy: A large schoolhouse dedicated to training the people in your village the shinobi arts, as well as basic academics. This building allows you to use up to D-Class NPC and also grants your NPCs access to the Ninjutsu, Genjutsu, and Taijutsu Skills. Requires Administration.
    Cost: 300,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: D-Class and: Ninjutsu, Genjutsu, or Taijutsu Skill

    Training Area: These vary by location; some are open fields with assorted shuriken targets or stumps, some are closed buildings with several traps hidden about, etc. Use your imagination! This building allows you to use up to C-Class NPCs and gives them access to the five basic elements: Katon, Fuuton, Raiton, Doton, and Suiton. For Player Characters training in this area, an additional 5 Experience Points are added onto their posts. Requires Academy.
    Cost: 250,000 Ryo
    Room Requirement: C-Class and at least once Basic Element

    Barracks: Even nameless NPCs need somewhere to live. By providing housing for them, you relieve a great stress from them, which encourages them to go out and focus on their training to better serve the village. That's just a long-winded way of saying you can use up to B-Class NPCs. Requires Training Area.
    Cost: 450,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: B-Class

    Armory: A simple building designed to store and distribute weapons to the shinobi of your village. All of your NPCs may now carry all weapon types, whereas without this addition, they are limited to only basic kunai and shuriken. NPCs also may now access the Kenjutsu, Bukijutsu, and Kyujutsu Skills. Requires Academy and Market.
    Cost: 350,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: Kyujutsu, Bukijutsu, or Kenjutsu Skill

    Hospital: The place for all of the sick and wounded to come for healing. This building allows access to the Ijutsu Skill for all of your NPCs and also provides a location for medical procedures to take place. Injured Player Characters and NPCs alike can come here and be patched up by the attending medics free of charge. Player Characters with the Ijutsu Skill may also perform procedures here, such as implantation and other complicated surgeries for an additional 10% chance of success! Requires Administration.
    Cost: 500,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: Ijutsu Skill

    Market: This is the place where PC's come to purchase items of any type. The market is a fairly large area consisting of many shops and stands from which merchants can sell their wares. This doesn't increase the base's income, but it does allow access to all of the general items found under the Item Purchase List. Requires Administration.
    Cost: 250,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: None

    Interrogation Center: The one stop shop for all of your torture needs. Interrogation Centers are large buildings equipped to handle any kind of information extraction methods that your devious little mind can think up. They can hold a small jail, but it isn't a substitute for an actual prison. In addition to your personal tastes, all Interrogation Centers come equipped with a Mind Reading Amplification Machine. Requires Armory.
    Cost: 500,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: B-Class

    Police Station: A structure dedicated to keeping the streets clean of crime and holding the peace in your dwelling. This allows Civilians and Shinobi to create warrants, report crimes, and drop off criminals to be handled by whatever standards your dwelling has set in place. Primarily, though, this structure removes one Criminal Rating every OOC month. A maximum of one removal can be occurred without a Prison.
    Cost: 250,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: 20,000 ryo
    Room Requirements: None

    Prison: For those troublesome ne'er do wells that you just can be bothered to having running around freely, we have the perfect solution! It's called a prison. This massive, usually underground, building comes equipped with the world's finest cages designed for holding humans indefinitely, or for some arbitrary length of time, whatever you decide. Requires Interrogation Center.
    Cost: 300,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: None

    Sensory Center: Often, the best way to keep a village is safe is by monitoring it closely. This is where the sensors come in. By training your NPCs to use the Sensory Skill, this building can offer a constant defensive measure in the form of precise intelligence gathering. By spreading out sensors all across the village and posting them at key points along the border, this building can know about threats happening inside and up to One Kilometer outside of your village. NPCs may now access the Sensory Skill. Requires Defense Coordination Center.
    Cost: 500,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: Sensory Skill

    Defense Coordination Center: This is the Anbu base of operations, and is responsible for, as the name suggests, coordinating all defensive measures for the village. You may now use up to A-Class NPCs and can create Scouting and Counter Espionage groups. It's pretty cool stuff, and vital to a village's longevity. Requires Barracks.
    Cost: 450,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: A-Class

    Vault: A basic defensive structure designed to protect the money of the village. Vaults can be placed underground, beneath either important or unassuming buildings or even in remote locations, or be fashioned into a public bank. Leaders can allow Player Characters to store their money in the Vault as well, if desired, and can select the defense protocols for it, from who is allowed to access it to Guards and Defenses. Use your creativity. Every Vault is made from hardened steel and sealed by a combination locking door. If you wish to take it beyond these levels, simply include them in your registration and we'll see about setting a price to it!
    Cost: 250,000 Ryo
    Room Requirements: None

    Clan District: Most villages are comprised of at least a few clans that decided to come together and make something greater than themselves. Of course, even if you're just a guy with a base, you may want to invite a clan to come and join forces with you for increased power and standing. A Clan District provide a place for a Clan to live and perform their daily functions. The Disticts themselves are run by the Leader of the Clans to which they belong, and may have slightly different laws than are present in the overall village. As such, the upkeep for them is determined by negotiation between the Kage and the Clan Leader, and that upkeep will pay for the various buildings located in that District. Can contain up to five buildings. These buildings do not count towards a base's maximum but rather supplements it. Requires Village or higher. Village NPCs can now be registered with the Clan's Kekkei Genkai or techniques. Note that clan exclusive techniques will still require the Clan Leader's permission. Clan Districts are also unique in that they allow the Clan Leader (or person in control of the Clan Leader NPC) to purchase and control NPC shinobi to preserve their clan's interests. These NPCs follow the standard rules of purchase and roleplay. In addition, the Clan District provides an enhanced quality of life for all clan members. This is represented by the next level to their village's current Living Expense. So this means a village or city, which naturally provides Modest for all of its Shinobi will provide Comfortable for a clan. Likewise, a Metropolis which provides Comfortable for all of its Shinobi will provide Wealthy for a clan.
    Cost: 750,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: Varies
    Room Requirements: Unavailable

    Store: This is another personal purchase that players can make for their characters. A Store can be of any business type desired and constructed in any part of the city. They do not count towards the base's building limit for villages, metropolises, or cities. They do count towards the base's building limit for outposts and towns. Stores generate a monthly income for the buyer in the form of an investment return. After paying the cost for construction, the player can invest any sum of money up to 500,000 ryo at max and see a 20% return every month. If the player character is also a Craftsman, that is, possesses the Chemistry, Armor Smithing, Weapon Smithing, or Miscellaneous Crafts Skills, they can open up the shop to other player characters in order to purchase the goods that they create. In this case, your Store will have the necessary NPCs to craft for you instantly (no waiting for crafting times) depending on your level of investment. NPCs may craft without you having to first craft it however if you do not craft you do not get experience nor is the NPC-crafted item counted as part of your crafting progression. The Store can automatically instantly craft D-Grade items. At a 50,000 Ryo investment the Store can instantly craft C-Grade items. At a 300,000 Ryo investment the store can instantly craft B-Grade items. You must be able to craft at the appropriate rank before your NPC can. A Store NPC however may not instantly craft A and S-Grade items regardless of the amount invested as their complexity requires a PC to craft it following the normal crafting rules.
    Cost: 150,000 Ryo
    Upkeep: 5,000 Ryo

    Limitations on Store Quantity
    Spoiler:

    Characters are limited with respect to the number of stores they may own.

    Non-skilled Store Owner = 1 Store
    Skilled Store Owner = 2 Stores
    Skilled Store Owner w/Med Base = 3 Stores
    Skilled Store Owner w/Large Base = 4 Stores
    Skilled Store Owner w/Vast Base = 5 Stores

    If a character possesses any of the following skills they are considered "Skilled" for store ownership purposes: Fuuinjutsu, Engineering, Weapon Smithing, Armor Smithing, Ijutsu, Puppetry, and Chemistry.  

    Bases in this context represent corporate headquarters and are thus limited to business civilians. These corporate headquarters exist to sell stocks and manage the company thereby allowing the civilian to own more than two stores.

    This store limit is PER DWELLING. A headquarters influences one country. So if I have a Med base in Lightning Country I can open 3 stores in all the villages/towns, but if I wanted to open 3 stores in Fire Country I would have to build another headquarters somewhere in the Land of Fire

    In essence, if you are a shinobi you will be limited to a max of two stores (assuming you possess at least one Store-relevant skill). If you are a civilian you can own a maximum of five stores.

    The maximum amount you can collect from stores is hard capped at 500k ryo.

    Note: All Buildings have a 5 Day build time, which is reduced to 3 Days for Rooms.


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    Post by Chen Kimyōnakama on Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:31 pm

    Non-Player Characters

    NPCs are separated into Classes. When you use an NPC with the guide on the next section of this post, you will be able to choose its class according to how much you are willing to pay and how well upgraded your village is. Below are the different Classes you can choose and what each level provides:


    E-Class: These are non-combat NPCs that are used for menial tasks and labor. Basically any shinobi can autohit them. These come in groups of 20.

    D-Class: Roughly Genin level. You'll have 600 Experience Points to distribute among their stats, 2 Techniques up to D-Rank, and 1 Skill Point. These can be autohit by shinobi of C-Class or higher. These come in groups of 10.

    C-Class: Roughly Chuunin level. These guys have 1650 Experience Points to distribute to their stats, 4 Techniques up to C-Rank, and 2 Skill Points. B-Class shinobi can autohit them. These come in groups of 8.

    B-Class: Roughly Jounin level. Up to 3050 Experience Points can go into their stats, 6 Techniques up to B-Rank, along with 3 Skill Points. Shinobi of A-Class or higher can autohit them. This is generally a good level for a strong fighting force. These come in groups of 6.

    A-Class: If you just want to have a bunch of badasses running around, this is the level for you. These ninjas are roughly Anbu level and can distribute up to 5150 Experience Points to their stats, 8 Techniques up to A-Rank, as well as 4 Skill Points. If you can find an S-Class shinobi, that's who can autohit these guys. These come in groups of 3.

    S-Class: If you manage to hire one of these powerhouses, never. let. him. go. S-Class NPCs are pretty rare, with power comparable to an actual Kage. Yeah, you read that right. They have 7650 Experience points to distribute to their stats, 10 Techniques up to S-Rank, which can include Exclusives, and 5 whole Skill Points to allocate. Whatever Class is above them can autohit them, but like, seriously, that's pretty unlikely. These come in groups of 1.

    Notes: Autohitting an NPC means that a player can initiate an attack and connect it in the same post, but only to the NPCs which that player's character out-classes. Being equal in class lets you defeat them after 3 rounds of combat. Being one class lower lets you defeat them after 5 rounds of combat. Any lower and you must defeat normally. Please use some realism in doing this and make it believable. Snapping your fingers and having all the NPCs suddenly fall down dead is a no-go.

    When you can't autohit an NPC, it is treated as a PC controlled by the person that registered it or a representative of the person. All normal PC rules apply.

    When registering an NPC with an Exclusive, you must have permission from the person in charge of that Exclusive. This would be Kage for Village Exclusives, Clan Leaders for Clan/Bloodline Exclusives, and Players for Player Exclusives. Note that only S-Class NPCs may learn village exclusives.

    Every village gets one free group of A-Class guards to protect the location where that village's exclusive techniques are hidden. This location can be designated by the Kage via village update but is assumed to be in the Kage's office if no such place is specified.


    NPC Roles:
    You'll find that once you build a base or a village, you'll want to man it with various NPCs to do the day to day jobs necessary to keep your place running. Below, you'll find a list of things you can have NPCs do, and what it'll cost you to have them do it. Higher Class NPCs are more expensive, but they are generally better able to do the job, especially when it's one that is important and/or may often have them encountering hostile PCs. There is no limit to how many NPC groups your Base can have. NPCs of a role that die will be replaced in a few hours IC, so long as the upkeep is still being paid.

    All NPCs are capable of acting outside of their role (ie. Scout NPCs can still attack or defend people and things, Guard NPCs can still attack, and Assault can defend etc etc). The roles are just for describing their specialty. The roles listed below do not function as an intrinsic barrier to NPCs performing a given action.


    Please refer to Gladius War System for more information on NPCs and their roles.

    Additional Information:
    -See the Village Updates forum for information and the template on registering your NPCs. Keep in mind that you must register NPCs in order to use them.
    -NPCs are generally played by the leader/Kage of the organization/village to which those NPCs belong, but may be played by others so long as posted permission from that leader/Kage are given.
    -Sometimes, Plot NPCs are introduced into the game. These are characters played by staff that generally do not have any given backstory or Class. They are used for the purpose of propelling a plot and are treated as Player Characters. Be careful when facing one of these, as their abilities, stats, techniques, and even identities may not be revealed immediately.
    -Players can use generic NPCs for the purpose of their own story, but the usefulness of those NPCs stops there. They are unable to have any impact on other Player Characters until upgraded into a Class of NPC.
    -Players that make the necessary Building Purchases may be able to create their own NPC. As with Bases, these NPC are limited only by the common sense of the player. Generic NPCs can be upgraded up to the highest Class available to that player, once the purchase(s) is(are) made. These NPCs are typically referred to as Personal NPCs.

    -Player Characters can seek things out, much like Scouts, but their efficiency in doing so is determined by their Stats. The base level is 2 months In Real Time to find any one thing, such as villages, resource sites, etc. This time frame is reduced by 2 weeks every Tier above C in Intelligence or Perception. Secrecy will prevent a PC from finding a base if the PC does not have either Perception or Intelligence at the same tier as the Secrecy. For instance, A-rank Secrecy would prevent a PC from having any chance of finding the base until they have Intelligence of Perception of at least A-rank.

    -Having Kyujutsu with at least A-tier Perception or a summon with Flight will reduce this time frame by 4 weeks. These cannot stack.

    -A PC must spend at least 1 In Real Time week to find anything no matter how many modifiers are in place.

    -Individual Unique NPCs gained through plot or renown rewards are special in that they cannot automatically be autohit although all other limitations remain in effect.

    -Actions undertaken by NPC including but not limited to: scouting lands, assaulting targets, defending against specific attacks, and countering scouts require appropriate IC posting on the part of the person responsible for controlling those NPCs

    -NPCs may not be civilians nor can they take crafting as a skill. They are not allowed to operating Crafting related abilities outside of the narrow mechanism provided by the Store system.
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    Post by Shimiko Chinoike on Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:25 pm

    Conquering Minor Nations


    All villages are afforded knowledge of the various Lands, their locations, and their borders. Each of these Lands is governed by an Outpost level base manned by shinobi and civilian NPCs, often including a Kage type figure. In order to conquer another nation, one must first locate this Outpost using the normal Scout comparison. All of these Outposts employ Secrecy, requiring the use of higher level Scouts.

    Once a Scout Group is dispatched to a particular Land, they will return with the location of the Outpost, assuming they are able to do so, and can continue Scouting the Land for any activity.

    With an Outpost's location, the conquering village can dispatch an Assault Group to interact with the Outpost. There are three approaches a Kage can take.

    The first is as conquerors, attacking the Outpost directly. This is the quickest and most efficient method. However, it eliminates all NPCs present and requires the Assault Group to be a higher level than the Outpost's Defense level, as some may employ Traps, Walls, or simply have a number of powerful NPCs. Once victory is obtained, the Outpost can either be kept with whatever buildings it had, or be destroyed.

    The second option is through buyout. Every Outpost has an attached price that an invading village can pay in order to obtain that Outpost and all of the NPCs in it. This may sound easy, but the prices can be extremely high. Prices are also subject to fluctuation as nations become larger and have more colonies and villages start to take in more money. Logically the minor nations remaining would increase their price as a result. Major fluctuations in Buyout Price are timed to coincide with the end of quarterly activity checks.

    For those that want a peaceful method, but can't afford a buyout, there is influence. The invading village can negotiate with the Outpost leader and take on a series of missions, tasks, or favors in order to positively influence that leader and eventually obtain the Outpost and its NPC for free. This is easily the most time consuming method, for each leader is different and is roleplayed by Staff. The missions vary tremendously in difficulty based upon the needs and situation of the Outpost, as well as the general possessions of it and its Land.

    Once you've conquered a Land, you'll be given a list detailing the Artifacts, Techniques, and other unique things exclusive to the Outpost. You'll be given the opportunity to register these things if they haven't been already, and can then do with them as you please.

    All actions: buying, doing missions for, or conquering a minor nation requires IC posting and the appropriate roleplaying to occur.  

    Once you take over a minor nation then you will receive half of its maximum resource income. If you want the rest you will have to build the necessary resource collection sites. For major nations they have whatever existing resource collection sites the previous government had built.

    All income pertaining to village resources (including buildings which generate Ryo based on resource sites) must be collected and claimed from the 1st to the 7th of every month. So if you conquer a country on the 8th of the month you won't get its resources till the first of next month.

    However successfully pillaging a base will net an immediate amount of money due to looting and stealing the various objects/items inside. It will be as follows:

    Towns - 75,000 ryo
    Villages - 100,000 ryo
    Cities - 175,000 ryo
    Metropolis - 250,000 ryo

    This money is taken as a result of disassembling and looting the base in question. Thus if you claim this bonus it is assumed that you have completely destroyed or stripped down the base to the point where it cannot be used at all.

    If someone conquers a minor nation with a clan, they may register that clan and lock the clan to their own base. However, if that minor nation is conquered by another group then the clan switches to whoever conquered them.

    Minor Nation Outpost Information
    Spoiler:

    Land of Sound
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,744,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: A-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 4x A-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Rain
    Outpost Buyout Price:  4,305,200
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: D-Rank
    NPCs: 3x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Waterfalls
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,844,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: A-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 3x A-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Grass
    Outpost Buyout Price:  4,414,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 5x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Rivers
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,100,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: A-Rank
    Traps: D-Rank
    NPCs: 3x B-Rank Guard Units, 2 C-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Birds
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,100,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: A-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 5x B-Rank Guard Units, 2x A-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Frost
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,208,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 4x C-Rank Guard Units, 3x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Hot Springs
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,406,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 5x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Iron
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,146,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 8x A-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Snow
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,386,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: C-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 5x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Waves
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,308,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 4x B-Rank Guard Units, 3x C-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Whirlpools
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,276,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: C-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 5x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Tea
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,416,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 6x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of the Sea
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,284,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: C-Rank
    Traps: A-Rank
    NPCs: 3x B-Rank Guard Units, 2x C-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Swamps
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,308,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: B-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 2x A-Rank Guard Units, 3x C-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Demons
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,284,500
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: C-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 3x A-Rank Guard Units, 4x B-Rank Guard Units

    Land of Moon
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,616,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: B-Rank
    Traps: B-Rank
    NPCs: 4x A-Rank Guard Units, 3x C-Rank Guard Units

    Nagi Island
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,616,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: A-Rank
    Traps: C-Rank
    NPCs: 3x B-Rank Guard Units

    O'uzu Island
    Outpost Buyout Price: 4,646,000
    Defenses:
    Secrecy: A-Rank
    Walls: A-Rank
    Traps: A-Rank
    NPCs: 7x A-Rank Guard Units, 5x B-Rank Guard Units.

    Artifact List
    Spoiler:

    The Founder wrote:Konoha: Uchiha Gunbai, Totsuka Blade, Yata Mirror, White Light Chakra Sabre

    Iwa: Treasured Tools of the Sage of the Six Paths: Rope/Gourd/Sword

    Suna Treasured Tools of the Sage of the Six Paths: Fan/Pot, Chikamatsu Puppets

    Kiri: Seven Swords of the Mist

    Kumo: Weaknessless Soaring Shortswords, Fire Sword, Garian Sword,

    Whirlpools: Shinigami Mask (Dead Demon Consuming Seal: Release), Uzumaki (Adamantine Attacking Chains/Adamantine Sealing Chains/Uzumaki Sealing Technique/Heal Bite)

    Moon: Petrification Gauntlet

    Rivers: Infinite Armor

    Sound: Fuma Clan (Curse Mandala/Chakra Threads/Antlion Ninja Arts: Ephemeral), Casualty Puppet,

    Rain: Salamander Contract and Rain Tiger at Will

    Waterfalls: Hero Water

    Grass: Kusanagi Longsword, Ryuzetsu KKG (Dragon Life Reincarnation), Grass Shadow-Style Emit Destroy Palm

    Birds: Yota Clan (Weather Manipulation)

    Frost: Kurama Clan (Genjutsu KKG)

    Hot Springs: Kedoin Clan (Face Copying Technique)

    Iron: Kurosawa, Iaido/Iai Beheading, Samurai Sabre/Flash/Rupture

    Snow: Chakra Armor, Chakra Disruption Device

    Waves: Rinha Clan (Crystal Barrier Technique/Self-Seal Technique/Spirit Reflection Technique

    Tea: Fire Release: Heavenly Prison/Fire Release: Great Fire Heavenly Prison, Heavenly Prison Fire Sword

    Sea: Ranmaru KKG (Chakra Ghost Technique)

    Swamps: Mud Release, Earth Release Resurrection Technique: Corpse Soil

    Demons: Bell (Flashing Bell Beams/Mystic Safety Bell Seal: Release/Protective Sphere of Light) Future Telling Doujutsu, Shadow Mirror Body Changing Method
    -Plot: Shrine Seal (Moryo/Shrine Seal: Release), Strengthening Prescription: Chakra Injection (Dark Medicine/Secret Anaesthesia/Mysterious Storm Technique)

    Nagi: Summoning: Dual Headed Snakes (Spinning Snake Thorn/Snake Steel Net)

    O'uzu: Tool Creation Technique

    Unassigned/Plot items:  
    -Stone of Gelel/Book of Gelel/Vein of Gelel/Space-Time Hole (Fugai's Howl/Gelel Blast/Gelel Laser/ Gelel Rasengan/Plasma Ball/Raging Thunder/Smokescreen/Thunder Sabre/Tornado Lightning)
    -Dragon Blade (Genryu)
    -Box of Ultimate Bliss (Satori)
    -Ama no Hoko/Saezuri
    -Demon Shinki
    -Zero Tails (Darkness Wave/Revival Fist/Shadow Arms/Super Revival Fist/Zero Tails Sealing Technique)
    -Flying Destruction Machine/Winged Mechanical Device
    -Peacock Wisdom Queen
    -Ultra Fast Regeneration Technique
    -Source of the Ryumyaku (Ryumyaku Chakra Control/Ryumyaku: Great Dragon Fire/Ryumyaku: Super Great Dragon Fire
    -Ootsutsuki Clan (Rin'negan/Chakra Edible Creation/
    -Tenseigan (Localized Reincarnation Explosion/Golden Wheel Reincarnation Explosion/Puppet Reincarnation/Puppet-Cursing Sphere/Silver Wheel Reincarnation Explosion/Tenseigan Chakra Mode)
    -Six Paths Sage Mode/Senjutsu (Naruto Region Combo/Sage Art: Super Tailed Beast Rasenshuriken/Six Paths: Ultra Big-Ball Rasenshuriken/Asura Bijuu Mode)
    -Kote
    -Spiraling Ring/Great Spiraling Ring
    -Nine Masked Beasts
    -Repulsion Technique
    -Limited Infinite Tsukuyomi/Genjutsu World/Red Moon Scroll
    -Howling Wolf Sealing Technique (Roen)


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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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