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    Finishing Gen

    Last stopped with the Genjutsu: Mist Technique years ago. Ready to get this done with, no more being lazy! ._.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    Good, you know how I do training. Only analyze the posted techniques. This case we got two last C ranks.

    ( Kasunda Genjutsu ) - Illusionary Arts: Hazy Illusion
    Type: Supplementary/Offensive
    Rank: C
    Range: Short - Mid
    Chakra Cost: 15
    Damage: N/A
    Description: This is a simple and not to difficult to discern genjutsu. The user places the target in an illusion where they see the world around them heavily distorted, preventing the target from discerning his surroundings while within the illusion. The technique also gives the impression of the target sinking in quicksand and thus acts as a means to immobilize them slowly.

    ( Genjutsu: Shibari ) - Illusionary Arts: Binding
    Type: Supplementary
    Rank: C - A
    Range: Short
    Chakra Cost: 15 - 30
    Damage: N/A
    Description: A very simple yet powerful paralysis genjutsu. The user will cast an illusion which sole purpose is to restrict and paralyze he target. The technique can be cast on more than one opponent at a time, though with the cost of power. The stronger the user is in genjutsu determines how strong their technique is. Non-genjutsu specialists can only cast only use the C-ranked version of this technique and use it on up to two others making the hold D-rank for each individual person. Users with genjutsu as their secondary specialty can use the B-ranked version of this technique and cast the jutsu on a maximum of three people. Users with genjutsu as their primary specialty can use the A-ranked version of this technique and cast the technique on a maximum of three people. Members who specialize in genjutsu are immune to this technique being placed upon them on others with a lower skill level than them; i.e a users with a secondary specialty can't use this on a primary specialist, only those of equivalent rank or lower can be caught with this technique.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    The first one is good for many things it would seem as it has some good effects when placed. One of which is being able to distort your opponent's vision making it hard for them to tell what is happening. Very good for when you are trying to do an attack against them that you don't want them to see. The other is that it also makes the opponent believe they are also sinking in quicksand which also happens to bind them it seem. Starting from the legs and works its way up the longer they stay in the illusion. A very good way of keeping your target from moving around. Something I could see my self using quite a bit.

    The second one is merely a paralysis genjutsu that can work on multiple targets, but the power of this genjutsu relies on how well the user can use genjutsu. One not specialized in this field can only perform the weakest version of this move while those who specialize in it can perform this move to its fullest and on more people. Overall, it is a nice move to immobilize your opponents but unless you are someone who specializes in this field it would be better to use another move instead.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    B-rank time!

    (Magen: Nijū Kokoni Arazu no Jutsu) Demonic Illusion: Double False Surroundings Technique
    Type: Supplmentary
    Rank: B-Rank
    Range: Short-Mid
    Chakra: 20
    Damage: N/A
    Description:
    The user will do a sequence of 3 handseals, putting his opponents under a double layered Genjutsu. The user is able to create false surroundings to fool his targets, much like the simpler version of the technique. However, the illusion is in fact layered. If the opponent manages to release the first one, he will then feel the effects of the second illusion. If, for example, the first illusion is that of a desert and the second that of a forest, upon releasing the first one, the opponent will see the desert fade away while the forest appears around him, making him think he dispelled the illusion while in essence he is still caught in one. Each illusion is equivalent to C-Rank and both are casted at the same time. While normal releases will release only one illusion at a time, a strong enough pain or an external source of chakra can dispel both at the same time.


    A special case genjutsu which is called Double Layering. With this technique, you do 3 handseals and cast an illusion on the target, being able to change the surrounding around them. In truth, you basically cast two genjutsus. If the opponent breaks out of the first one, he'll still be in the second genjutsu. Both are C-ranked and are casted at the same time. In order to get outside of the both illusions similtaneously, you'll have to deal strong pain to yourself.

    ( Konoha-Ryū: Yanagi ) - Leaf Ninja Art: Willow
    Rank: B
    Type: Offensive
    Range: Short
    Chakra Cost: 20
    Damage points: 35
    Description: The user waves their sword back and forth, which when seen by the target locks them in a genjutsu which causes them to hallucinate multiple waving arms. The movement resembles that of a willow tree blowing in the wind. With the enemy off guard, the user is free to cut them down.


    A diversionary Genjutsu where the user needs the enemy to see his waving sword (this is already a disadvantage). If seen however, the opponent will believe they're seeing multiple waving arms. This will stun and confuse their mind, allowing you to cut them with no trouble.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    Okay so the first one is a double layered genjutsu that creates false surroundings for the opponent to see. Now does this also affect the other sense too when performed? Say like I use this to change the surroundings to that of an ocean. Would I also be able to make my opponent hear the waves, feel the breeze one would feel being near the ocean, smell of the salt water in the air, and feel the sand beneath his feet? Or does this specifically just affect what the opponent sees? Really the only question I have regarding this jutsu.


    The second one is really easy to understand and would be quite helpful for those who like to use Kenjutsu or for those who simply like to fight in close combat. With the illusion of forming many new arms it can easily catch the opponent off guard and making them believe that they would have to find a way to counter all of them if the user decides to strike. Not much more I can really say on this one. Just really basic and is only good for certain people. ._.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    Answer: No, it's only a visual based Genjutsu. It won't affect other senses.

    ( Genjutsu: Ingemame Ketsugō Sakkaku ) - Illusion Technique String Bean Binding Illusion
    Rank: B
    Type: Supplementary
    Range: Short-Mid
    Chakra Cost: 20
    Damage points: N/A
    Description: Similar to Illusion Technique: Tree Binding Death, the user will do the Dog → Hare → Snake → Ram hand seals and trigger an illusion where the user first disappears, while the target sees several bean vines growing from the ground around and beneath him. These vines bind the target body, lifting them into the air. Then a bean pod rises from the ground to reveal the user, ready to strike. In reality, the opponent is immobilized by the illusion, allowing the user to strike.


    After performing the required handseals, you cast an illusion on the target, making him believe that you disappear. Immediately, tree branches will grow beneath and around him, grabbing him and restrcting as well. Then, you reappear in a bean pod and strike the opponent with a weapon or your fist. However, in the reality, the opponent is just standing there.

    ( Magen: Hanarasui ) - Demonic Illusion: Flower Head Death
    Rank: B
    Type: Offensive/Supplementary
    Range: Short- Mid
    Chakra Cost: 20
    Damage points: 40 due to stress on the mind
    Description: The user will trap the target within an illusion where the opponent appears to be trapped in a large flower bud which then explodes. The opponent is made to believe that an explosion actually occurred and collapses, believing himself to be injured. The resulting stress on his mind causes damage.


    This technique involves the user putting the target into an illusion where they believe they're trapped in a large flower bud. The plant then explodes, thing which is percieved to be real inside the target's mind. Due to this, they will receive actual damage due to the mental stress.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    A nice simple binding illusion, but I can clearly see the drawbacks it has for one to easily tell it is in illusion. First, the sudden disappearance of the person casting the illusion. No one just ups and vanishes without a trace. Second, would be the sudden burst of vines from the ground that begin wrapping around binding you in place and the sudden reappearance of the person who cast the illusion in one of the been pods attached to the vines. Now if one had shown using wood release or the ce plant release before doing this it would make the illusion so much more believable.


    Honestly, too many flaws in this genjutsu for one to not know they are in an illusion. The sudden change of where you are now trapped in a giant flower bud? That just doesn't happen. A clear sign one has cast you in an illusion. Nothing really good about this gen as it can easily be seen as one and easily broken out of before it even has time to fully do what it is intended for, causing stress on the mind.
     
         

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    Re: Finishing Gen

    Quote Originally Posted by Albel View Post
    No one just ups and vanishes without a trace.
    Unless you're Yondaime Minato. u.u

    Anyway, good. Let's move on!

    ( Magen: Jubaku Satsu ) - Demonic Illusion: Tree Binding Death
    Rank: B
    Type: Supplementary
    Range: Short
    Chakra Cost: 20
    Damage Points: N/A
    Description: The user makes five handseals, and appears to dissolve into a mist. Once they stealthily approach the target and get within short-range, the opponent feels completely immobilized, and believes they have been bound by a fast-growing tree and are unable to move. The user then appears as if they emerge from the tree to attack the target. In reality, the target is immobilized, allowing the user to strike or interrogate them.


    Requires a bunch of seals. Afterward, you make the opponent believe you've dispersed into a mist. In reality, the target will not be able to move as in they mind they believe they're bound by a rapidly growing tree, from which the user will appear and attack the enemy. However, what really happens is that the target is just standing there, and the user has the chance to strike an immobilized opponent.

    ( Genjutsu: Oshitsubusu Hebi Kubire ) - Illusion Technique: Crushing Snake Constriction
    Rank: B
    Type: Offensive, Supplementary
    Range: Short-Mid
    Chakra Cost: 20
    Damage points: 40
    Description: The user puts the opponent into a genjutsu which has snakes appear beneath the opponent to constrict them and with the users command, they crush the opponent. In reality, the opponent is immobilized and takes damage due to the stress on his mind.


    This is a Genjutsu which is liked by many. Good for those who have Snake Contract too. You basically cast an illusion on the opponent where you make them believe snakes appear and start to restrict their movement by moving up their body as they crush the opponent. However, the enemy is just immobilized and takes damage from the stress on his mind.
     
         

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