Re: [Kaguya Test] - Superlative
As you sway your hand at me, releasing the senbon, I take on a lowered stance and bring my body to the ground – My right foot is in front of the left, while my left heel is slightly raised off the ground. Both feet are spread wide apart, both parallel, hips straight, shoulders relaxed, back slouched over.
Originally Posted by Gobi Gobletsson
While getting down into this position, I remove my spine. The density of the bone itself is greater than steel - I make sure of it. To defend against the incoming lightning, I stiffen the cartilage and skillfully twirl the bone as if it was a staff, in both of my hands and in front of my body. This is done in such a way that my entire body is protected, my spine acting as a make-shift shield.
The senbon hit my spine -as it twirls - in place of my body, which acts as a conductor, still containing some of my bodily fluid. Because the bone is no longer ‘connected’ to my body, I avoid taking damage and reduce the paralysis to the bare minimum – A little numbing at most.
(Tessenka no Mai Tsuru) - Dance of the Clematis Vine
The tremor would follow up soon after, but because of my initially taking on such a low stance, I’m able to maintain my balance by focusing chakra to the soles of my feet and cementing myself to the ground while doing everything formerly mentioned, no biggie.
As for the damage, I endure.
After all is said and done, I stand up, do my best to shake off the grogginess, and charge towards you, coming off of my left foot. I hold the spine diagonally in front my body, right hand on top, left on the bottom in a wide grip – The top of the bone in front of my right shoulder, and the bottom next to my left hip. When in range, I slide the pointed ‘staff’ out and spin it counter clockwise so that it hits the left side of your face. The protrusions of the vertebrae would dig into your face, and tear your flesh off, etc.
(My spine should still be well and intact considering its strength, versus senbon, even if they are the same rank).