Summoning animal: Tiglon
Scroll owner: Noni
Other users who have signed contract: N/A
Summoning boss if existing:
(Tiglon Kuchiyose: Aizen)-Tiglon Summoning: Aizen
Type: Summon
Rank: S-rank
Range: Short
Chakra: 40
Damage: N/A
The user first draws blood from his hand and does the hand signs for the summoning technique. In return he/she is able to summon the Tiglon contracts boss summon Aizen. Aizen is an all white Tiglon that is the size of a full grown elephant though his body mass is pure muscle. He also has a short, scruffy mane. Aizen is able to speak english in order to comprehend what his summoner says and communicate with him to strategize, though he can communicate with the contracts owner telepathically. Aizen, being the king of Tiglon's is known to be cocky and he taunts his enemies.
Aizen being the king of Tiglons is known for his strength in battle and as the strongest and fastest of all Tiglons.
He has an affinity for lightning in which he can perform with no hand seals and up to S-rank with complete ease. Aizen can also release an electrically charged S-rank chakra roar that is wide spread. Along with that he can cover his claws with condensed lightning chakra that can rip through B-rank defenses (A-rank earth).
He's also able to move at the speeds equal to that of a Kage ranked taijutsu specialist thus making him very dangerous on the battlefield.

• Can only be taught by William24
• Can't be used against the contract owner
• Can only be summoned once and lasts only 4 turns, while all of his moves and techniques count towards the users own 3 technique per turn count
• Takes a direct S-rank technique to kill him/disperse him
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Other animals tied to contract:
( Tiglon Kuchiyose Bách ) -Tiglon summon: Bách
Rank: S-rank
Range: Short
Chakra Cost: 40
Damage Points: 80
Description: The user uses his blood and uses the normal summoning technique or wipes blood on his Tiglon tattoo and summons the Tiglon's king's twin brother; Bách. Bach is a large, all black Tiglon, being nearly the size of a full grown elephant though his body mass is pure muscle. Unlike his brother, who has a short mane, Bách has a large black mane that flows with the wind. Like all other Tiglon's Bách can talk and communicate with his summoner and can speak to the contract owner via telepathy. Bách is known to be the calmest and most strategic Tiglon alive.
Being the twin brother of Aizen, Bách is known to be one of the best Tiglon's in combat and is feared in battle. Bách was born with an affinity to the fire element in which he can perform jutsu up to A-rank rank in without the use of hand seals. Once a battle, Bách is capable of transforming his entire mane in to flames in which he has control of, the the flames aren't used to attack. With his firey mane active he is able to absorb up to A-rank fire techniques into his mane, which in return enlarges the flaming mane.
- Only taught by william24
- Can only be summoned once and lasts 4 turns
- Absorption ability counts towardz the alotted jutsu per turn
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Description and background:
A tiglon ( /taln/) or tigon (not tigron) is a hybrid cross between a male tiger (Panthera tigris) and a lioness (Panthera leo). Thus, it has parents with the same genus but of different species. The tiglon is not currently as common as the converse hybrid, the liger; however, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, tiglons were more common than ligers. Tiglons can exhibit characteristics of both parents: they can have both spots from the mother (lions carry genes for spots—lion cubs are spotted and some adults retain faint markings) and stripes from the father. Any mane that a male tiglon may have will appear shorter and less noticeable than a lion's mane and is closer in type to the ruff of a male tiger. It is a common misconception that tiglons are smaller than lions or tigers. They do not exceed the size of their parent species because they inherit growth-inhibitory genes from the lioness mother, but they do not exhibit any kind of dwarfism or miniaturization; they often weigh around 180 kilograms (400 lb). A century ago, tiglons were evidently more common than ligers. Gerald Iles, in At Home in the Zoo (1961), was able to obtain three tiglons for Manchester's Belle Vue Zoo, but wrote that he had never seen a liger. A number of tiglons are currently being bred in China.