I think most of you along with myself have come up with a few of these problems in battles. I'm seeking the answers, and to discuss then with active RP members.
First Two turns:
[starting mid range]
User A attacks user B with a technique which can only extend to mid range.
User B flees to Long range so that the jutsu doesn't reach. While in the air travelling to Long range, User B attacks with a Mid range Technique ]because not fully at long range]
User A flees to Long range to avoid this jutsu [at this time User B is also at Long range]
Q:How does the ranging system work from that point on?
In that situation, the ranging system has been actually stretched to
A [short range]-Mid range-Long Range-B [Far Long Range]
Q:How can the match continue?
Q:Does User B need to go to Long range and then attack from there?
Dodging Jutsu using Direction.
Is this permitted?
As we all know, jutsu don't extend to the entire width of a terrain.
For example Lightning:
User A uses [False Darkness] launching two bolts, positioned directly beside each other, say User B is at Mid Range, behind him is a cliff, USer B has no jutsu to directly counter.
Q:Can user B create a pillar beneath his feet to launch him to the left and dodge?
User A launches a giant fireball at User B, User B cannot flee to the next range, cannot go underground and cannot counter directly.
Q: an user B create a pillar beneath his feet to launch him in an upwards direction to go over the jutsu and land after it passes?
User A and User B, in a spar, very hot bright sun.
User A throws some kunai at User B. User B throws his kunai at a specific angle to deflect his to the ground, the angle required to deflect in this direction to face down, would cause a deflection in the sunlight, which can temporarily take both users' vision, the reflection of Light will definately attract attention.
Q: Can this be done?
Well those are my questions, feel free to debate, this thread was geberally created to help all Rpers, the answers will be added when responded to with sufficient reasoning or proof.
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