Re: [Genjutsu Training] Cookie Monster
With a Normal Dude:
Originally Posted by Akihiko
Well majority of people have 180 degree vision forwards, 90 degrees left and right (While looking straight). Now if a person turns his head to the left, the 90 degrees from his right ear heading to his back, would be out of his field of vision, leaving a space open for opportunity to strike from that side, since he can't see that side and would have to turn his head to see, and then he would still need to think, then still would need to react. So it's important to know which way the person is looking so you can either create opportunities by making the target look somewhere leaving an area blind, or just by attacking them in a blind spot (Behind them).
With a Doujutsu user:
Sharingan Dude: Like Kakashi said, when facing a Sharingan user, spread out. This weakens the Sharingans perception ability as the user would need to focus more on one spot. But with people spread out, it would be harder and more difficult to predict or use the Sharingan to it's proper standards. For a sharingan user, the target must be in it's line of sight for it to use the majority of its abilities. So forcing the Sharinganer to look somewhere else is a good move.
Byakugan Guy: Well they have nearly 360 degree vision so it's much harder. And being a Byakugan user myself, it's easier. Attacking from behind, below, on top, or mostly any other preposition, wouldn't be so effective as with the above 2.
:ghehe: Not sure if that's what you looking for