Re: ♦ Custom Jutsu Submission ♦
(Hayaton: Hayai Fuukaku Taijutsu) Swift release: Swift Style Taijutsu
Rank: A Rank
Chakra Cost: N/A
Damage Points: +5 to Taijustsu.
Description: This is an advanced style of close combat taijutsu only capable by swift users. The user fights while using swift chakra to enhance punches and kicks. A swift user could for instance, throw a punch at short range so fast that that to the naked eye you wouldn't be able to see their arm until it's already hit, same for kicks. The users punches are strong enough to break a 10in thick board of wood and are trained to be able to break smaller bones like ribs. The user will push a small amount swift chakra to their feet giving them the run speed of rock lee with/o weights. Meaning at short range the user can move so fast that he would appear to have vanished and reappeared when moving within short range (As what was shown against gaara). This is only capable if the user has an affinity for swift release tho as this (during training) will start to come naturally to them and is taught to become natural the same way that walking on water and walking up buildings/trees are in the manga. This style of fighting is mainly based around striking pressure points to leave openings in the opponents defense to use combos that slowly immobilize them and deal great damage when there's an opening. The user is also trained to have quick reflexes to dodge in coming attacks as well as it is known that swift users can track the movements of their top speed. Only those who have learned basic taijutsu and have an affinity for swift release can fully utilize the styles taijutsu abilities. The style mainly introduces combos that leave the opponent open for attacks such as striking the opponents stomach with great force knocking the air from their lungs and causing them to bend over from the force of impact so that the user can strike the opponent freely to attempt to immobilize them. This style of fighting is not meant to kill opponents quickly but to immobilize the opponent in the most painfullest ways possible so that not only do they immobilize the opponent by breaking their bones making them unable to move while shattering their concentration with the amount of pain they will feel. The reason why the user will only attempt to break a single bone after striking/during a combo is so that when the opponents endorphin's kick in to ease the pain a little, they will break another bone reminding them of pain again to continuously break their focus as they immobilizing them. An example of this would be: If in close range and a punch is sent at the user, they will merely step to the side as they turn their body to the side, grab the wrist of the arm that was thrusted towards them and can either break their wrist by bending it back completely and twisting or sending a hard thrust with their palm to the opponents elbow, breaking it on impact. As the opponent is overwhelmed by pain the user will then strike pressure points on the opponents body such as tendons, ligaments, and muscles - the goal is to temporarily immobilize the target, so that they can continuously strike pressure points to the point of leaving permanent damage to that pressure point or even breaking the point from force. The user may also strike reflex points which produce involuntary movements for example, causing the hand to release its grip, the knees to buckle, the target to gag, or even for the person to be knocked unconscious. There are joints that, when struck, can be hyper-extended and even tear. The striking of these joints is a technique which can cause permanent damage to one's opponent. There are two types, as follows:
Brute force: This is the user accelerating their punches and kicks along with putting their body weight into the movement creating a great impact which, when applied, takes advantage of the vulnerability of the point, usually a joint, thereby causing damage.
Golgi organ strike: a relatively gentle strike to the Golgi tendon at the back of the elbow, which triggers a reflex that immediately relaxes the tendon, allowing the elbow to bend more easily in the wrong direction. If this is directly followed by a solid strike to the elbow joint, them the elbow can be broken with significantly less effort than it could through brute force.
Concussion: The brain is a sensitive organ which floats in a fluid (cerebrospinal fluid). The fluid itself is a safety mechanism that allows the head to take substantial impact without resulting in concussion, although such an impact could still cause permanent brain damage. However, it is possible to deliver a blow using artful techniques in such a way that even these protections can be effectively eliminated, causing disorientation or instantaneous knockout. The most common method involves a strike just below the occipital ridge, at the correct angle, in the correct direction. Another well-known point with this effect is the chin or lower jaw, giving rise to the boxing expression a "glass jaw".
Blood and blood pressure: The Baroreceptors in the carotid artery (located in the neck) are pressure-sensitive, supplying the brain with information to control systemic blood pressure. Pressure against this region will send signals that indicate that blood pressure is too high, leading to a lowering of blood pressure making the opponent tired, and lose focus
Break: There are certain areas which are likely to lead to a break if struck properly, such as the "floating ribs", the philtrum, and the side of the knee.
The user often uses the opponents own body weight against them to accomplish striking as well such as hitting the opponent with great force to one of their shoulders, turning their body to the side leaving certain points open. When the user aims for a pressure point they will often use their index finger and middle finger together, having them pointing outwards and tensed up to strike a point or they will go for a chopping method when aiming for points in the neck to bring more force. During combos the user will often keep the opponent as close to them as possible to make striking more precise. So, they will often execute a combo and then when the opponent starts to move away from the impacts of said combo they will then quickly move around to behind the opponent to strike pressure points on the other side of their body moving them back to where they were and repeat this until the opponent defends or they finish their combo. Due to this art needing focus, skill and a lot of effort to master, after learning this style of fighting the user will have an increased reaction time by 2x. The user is also taught to have a calm mind through the use of meditation. A calm mind is required for most styles of fighting so that one may use the style to it's fullest allowing the user to master the style easier.
- Can be placed in the users bio.
- Must have a swift bio.
- Must have owned the swift bio for over a month with/o dropping.
- Must know basic taijutsu.
- Must have a Swift release affinity.
- Must be actually taught in a training thread.
- A 2T sharingan user with basic taijutsu can track and react to this style of fighting accordingly. As shown when rock lee fought Sasuke, Sasuke could track lee's moves but he lacked the taijutsu abilities required to counter his movements. It wasn't until the chuunin exams after his training with kakashi that Sasuke had the abilities to counter the movements he could track, and this restriction is based on that knowledge.
If you would like, you could alter that last restriction to "A chuunin with 2T can track and counter with/o basic taijutsu training". Also feel free to edit the style anyway you feel is correct, and add any restrictions you see fit. ^^
My goal is simply to create techniques to which the user will hit certain pressure points and list the effects that it will have on the opponents body and then either breaking a bone while they are taking the effects from the pressure points that were stricken or take the opportunity to strike more. You may find this somewhat similar to Hyuuga Jyuuken, however, that is based around energy channels which allow Qi, or life force, to flow through the body. Acupuncture, for example, is well known among the practices that use the meridian system. Traditional Chinese medicine practices in general are largely based on the belief that meridians are specific pathway lines in the human body, along which are found many hundreds of acupressure points. According to this belief, attacks can be used to impact the flow of Qi, and, thus, the body. Therefore, pressing, seizing, or striking these points with specific intent and at certain angles is believed to cause either a heightening or a diminishing of Qi circulation in the body. Whereas, this is actually damaging several pressure points of the human body in a way that makes this different from jyuuken since it's striking actual pressure points and not chakra/Qi points, damaging the users actual body and mobility and focus, as well as it's mixed with it's own fighting styles and goals that makes it differ even more. I'm also planning to adapt my own kenjutsu style based around cutting parts like the place on the back of the heel that can make standing on that foot nearly impossible with/o immense pain and slashing tendons in the knee giving similar results as well as other places on the body.
~Pending~ I've read it all, some little stuff I'd need to work with you personally (this would be an exception because of the length of this jutsu, doing it through the thread would be too long). However, I want to put every Swift jutsu on hold as I'll be asking a review of the whole release. Until then, keep that one save in a word/text file and submit it later when it's all cleared out.
Sorry for the inconvenience.