Re: [Water with Akihiko]
"Ah yes, I do remember that :D"
I nodded back after he told me what to do and then crouched again to get myself in the correct position to perform the technique.
This time, Tsuki had to give it the shape of a shark and then aim it towards the clone. "That means it's kind of a combination of the 1st technique I tried with sensei and the sword technique...", the student thought. "...so I'll have to keep its shape while moving it around aswell".
He concentrates, turning his chakra into suiton chakra. The student then focuses some of the suiton chakra he has to his hands and places them delicately on the surface of the river.
Then comes the shape, last time it was a sword and a shield, this time it was something more complicated: a shark.
"A shark looks like..." he starts shaping his chakra enhanced water (under the water) in the form of a fish, then attempting to make it bigger, it gets deformed, "...nah".
He re-imagines how sharks looks like and manages to reshape it like that. The main purpose of a water shark should be the one of damaging, so Tsuki starts concentrating more on detailing the teeths, making them as sharp as possible.
When he succeeded in forming it as he wanted it to be, the student then tried to remember how he performed that splash back then.
He decides to calmly bring more of his chakra to his palms, when there was a good amount of it, he started to release it quickly and with a good amount of force trying to move the shark who was underwater, which didn't work very well and the shark started loosing some of his form.
The shark should be able to move his body parts, so the student made his body less dense but keeping it hard so it won't break either. After a couple of attempts, he manages to make the shark move to different directions.
Now it's the time for the next step.
Concentrating on the clone's location and having tamed a good amount of water, Tsuki give a chakra burst to the water and manages to manipulate the water as he did the first time so it would make a huge splash in the clone's location. Off course, it mainly was for helping the shark to move upwards towards his target.
Making the shark move faster and with the help of the student's chakra burst, the shark suddenly jumps out of the river with a wide opened mouth and then bites the clone.
Holding his teeth tightly together, the shark then falls back again to the river.
The surrounding water gets influenced by that attack and starts by splashing in many places around where the shark fell down.