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    How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    Well... Do I just have to put the Sensei's name on the title of said thread to get trained by him or her or do I have to pm them?
     
         

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    Re: How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    First you need to have an approved bio.
    Then you'll need to find a teacher who accepts teaching you and he will ask you to make a thread which you'll make in the Training Ground section.
     
         

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    Re: How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    You pm/vm them (Asking them in a polite manner). Be sure to read their profile message first (If any), as they often detail their conditions, along with if they are accepting students or not. Some also have applications threads (This too is sometimes mention in their profile intro), which you will have to wait for them to reopen it and then fill out their template.
     
         

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    Re: How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    http://narutobase.net/forums/showthread.php?t=130292

    This is a list of Sensei. Go onto some of their profiles and see if they are accepting students for the area you want to be trained in. Then ask them politely for training
     
         

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    Re: How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    Well thanks all

    So many question threads by me...
     
         

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    Re: How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    That Sensei and Teacher Stuff is something I never understood. Why do you need one ? Is that only for the RPG or do I get any benefit on the regular forum ? And what do do the Senseis do if they don't accept Students, I mean isn't it the duty of Teacher to have Students ? Thats buzzing me now for some time
     
         

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    Re: How do I pick a new sensei for training?

    Quote Originally Posted by hydrag View Post
    That Sensei and Teacher Stuff is something I never understood. Why do you need one ?

    You need a sensei to teach you the jutsu, and properly train you on how to use it effectively. In other words, they are to help you become an competent rper. They also answer questions about rp battles (and jutsu as well), and may assist in any disputes arising in said battles.


    Is that only for the RPG or do I get any benefit on the regular forum ?
    To my knowledge, they don't have a role outside RP. So you can't benefit from them as regular member.

    And what do do the Senseis do if they don't accept Students, I mean isn't it the duty of Teacher to have Students ? Thats buzzing me now for some time

    Well they are allowed to have a certain amount of students, after all teaching 100 students doesn't sound very practical. So if they decline students, it could be that they have too many at the time. Also, it could be that they are busy handling matters in their life, and can't accept students at the time. But, if a sensei appears not to be teaching simply because they don't want to, then yes, they are subject to be de-senseid.


    Quote Originally Posted by Caliburn
    Senseis who don't, barely teach or don't teach very well, will lose their status sooner or later.
    For confirmation, first paragraph.
     
         
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