Demosthenes and Lili-Chwan exchange Customs
As allowed by Hellsbadass, I'm teaching you his custom:
(Suiton: Mizu Bakuha) Water Style: Water Explosion
Range: short - long
Chakra: (A rank: 30) (S Rank: 50)
Damage: (A rank: 60) (S Rank: 100)
Descriptions: wit just one seal, the user can make any water substance and water source explode in a huge blast. this just can be mixed wit other water jutsu, even water clone jutsu. note once used the jutsu the water will be still there.. it wont disappear.. it will be just scattered every where and the larger the source of water the greater the damage.
once used = No S-rank jutsus next turn
used twised= no S rank or A rank jutsu next turn
*Created by Hellsbadass*
The jutsu allows you to take a water source, blocked water jutsu, or your own water jutsus and make them explode, the power and dimension of the explosion varying with the rank of the jutsu. This is more of a quick and strong outwards burst of energy/water than an actual fiery explosion, such as the water, after being blasted away, ends up scattered, instead of pulverized.
What you can or can not explode is up to debate. Members have been using this jutsu to explode their opponent's jutsus, making it so that using water was a sure kill for your opponents. It is my opinion, and so shall be yours, that you can only use this jutsu on your opponent's jutsus if one or more of the following conditions is met:
1. Your jutsu, be it A or S, must out-rank your opponent's by at least 2 ranks, thus, at max, C or B.
2. Their jutsus must have been blocked and their path/motion/purpose's altered ( Ex: blocked by a wall)
3. The jutsus were created by a source exterior to your opponent, such as a seal, another dimension, or existing water sources which were manipulated with something other than Water Chakra (Ex: a Water fall that had his course altered by a salient rock created by an Earth jutsu.)
These are situation where your opponent's water jutsu is no longer "theirs" and, despite being created by their chakra, they revert back to a free-for-all water source.