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Am interested. Though it'd be great if a summary of the rps events were to be put in. Just like the big bits and such.
Along with the list of actives.

Koji Takuma
"Do you really want to die?"
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The whole forest ceased to make even the slightest sound, as if it had gone completely still, when Koji held onto the limp Gorudo. He let him fall to his knees first, and then the rest of his body slumping forward to the ground with a pool of blood forming under the boy's neck. As if what he'd just done was nothing at all, Koji stepped over the body towards Naruko, locking eyes with her while drenched in blood and oil. "I said I'd kill all of you for interfering, and you go and shout out 'Dodge this'. You doomed them and yourself..."

Unfortunately for Naruko, the instructor didn't give her any time to recover, or even process what had just happened in front of her. He had already gone forward towards her with two kicks towards her stomach, and three kunai afterwards thrown to bounce off the ground upwards into her shoulders and upper leg.
Hello my baby hello my honey
I've played a slime. He doesn't wear anything. In fact most articles of clothing that are made of materials that he can soak through are outright impossible to wear.
Purple Jellyfish


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Every night of my life
I watch angels fall from the sky
Every time that the sun still sets
I pray they don't take mine
I'm on the front line
Don't worry I'll be fine
The story is just beginning
I say goodbye to my weakness
So long to my regret
And now I know that I'm alive
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Rashiku couldn't help himself from glancing at Ami all throughout the walk to find a good place to sit for lunch. Each time he moved to state something, but quickly stopped. Some of the times, other strangers passed by and he clearly didn't want to talk with them in earshot, and at other points he simply didn't manage to speak. Finally the nearby park provided distance from the wandering crowds of shoppers, and a place to sit without needing to focus on looking around and walking. Still, as he sat next to Ami, he was awkwardly quiet for even longer. 'How do I even start with this?' He thought back to just a bit earlier, how he'd planned to stab through her in order to deal Takayuki a fatal blow. She surely wouldn't have known what his intentions were in that moment, and probably had many doubts after as well. He wanted to tell her she could trust him, but every time he tried, he didn't know what part of the topic to start at.

Suddenly there was a noise on the roof behind them, some crumbling rubble, dust, and a couple of spooked birds flying off. Immediately Rashiku stood up and looked, his hand going to his back towards his weapon's hilt, but not drawing it yet. His eyes glowed brightly as he investigated with his Karata eye, seeing what was happening, but he detected nothing. Unbeknownst to Rashiku, Akira had landed just out of his sensing range, and was crawling ever closer to it, but just before going in, the Karata boy released his power and let go of his weapon, scratching his head. It looked to him like just a piece of cement had crumbled off and fell, creating some dust and giving the poor birds a fright.

With a light smile, Rashiku sat back down and looked towards Ami again. The distraction had actually been helpful, having him focus on something other than organizing his thoughts. With his shoulders more relaxed, he finally spoke, just trying to get it out. "I was trying to protect you..." He started, knowing how it may have sounded. Ami's hand had been fidgeting as she was sitting there, attempting to figure out what Rashiku had wanted to talk about. Many scenarios were racing through her head. Most of her being caught so easily. Though, the noise had snapped Ami out of her thoughts. She too looked over but saw nothing out of the ordinary. When Rashiku sat down next to her, Ami felt her heart race with anxiety. The small girl had a confused look on her face when Rashiku suddenly spoke of him trying to protect her. "P-Protect me? Ami asked, before it dawned on her. Her bubbles. Rashiku must have been trying to cut Mekakushi-sensei in a way where she wouldn't have been harmed, but her bubbles must have gotten in the way. Ami looked down with embarrasment. "I-I'm sorry. I-I d-didn't mean t-to get in your w-w-way... I-I just got i-in a panic a-and was t-trying to d-distract s-sensei..." she explained. Right away he shook his head denying her statement. "You were in the way because he put you there. He used you as a shield. Your techniques helped create an opening." A bit faster than he intended, he raised his hand to put two of his fingers gently to her shoulder where he'd been aiming at before. "I was going to strike here... It would have gone through you and struck Mekakushi-sensei in the heart to kill him."

A sense of relief went through Ami when he reassured her that she was in no part in his way. She was pleasantly surprised that Rashiku had commented her bubble jutsu had helped create an opening instead of hindering him. The blonde blinked twice when Rashiku had touched her shoulder to explain what his intentions were. Ami nodded her head, understanding, though she knew it would still hurt if it had happened. "I-I see... I-If I h-had tried t-to move b-before y-you did... i-it would have b-b-been bad..." she whispered, realizing that if she had tried to avoid his blade, it would have caused more harm than good. "My eyes make it easier to aim... But yes." His mouth curled downwards slightly with his eyelids partially closing, as he continued sounding regretful. "It would have been painful. I'm sorry. I planned to remove the blade after as smoothly as I could and then take you to the hospital." He'd told her everything that had transpired in his plan. But not all that had taken place in his head when he had tried to fight their instructor. And almost like he couldn't contain the other piece any longer, he blurted out to her seemingly out of nowhere and off-topic. "You're not a creature. And you're not a threat to your village... Even if people say you are."

Ami blinked twice when Rashuke had said that. "R-Right... M-Matatabi... I-I was going t-t-to tell y-y-you, A-Akira, and S-Sensei about her.... K-Kimi-chan is t-the only one o-outside of my f-family and the h-hokae that knows... I-I forgot t-they would h-have told s-sensei..." she said, figeting in place, before she looked at Rashiku with a soft smile. "B-But thank y-you for n-not being s-scared of me" The boy looked at her and nodded, but turned to face forward a bit quickly as her smile made him feel a bit strange. "I... You're welcome. My village said I was a threat too."

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One push is all you'll need
A fist-first philosophy
We watch with wounded eyes
So I hope you recognize
I'm on the front line
Don't worry I'll be fine
The story is just beginning
I say goodbye to my weakness
So long to the regret
And now I see the world through diamond eyes

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Every night of my life
I watch angels fall from the sky
Every time that the sun still sets
I pray they don't take mine
I'm on the front line
Don't worry I'll be fine
The story is just beginning
I say goodbye to my weakness
So long to my regret
And now I know that I'm alive
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Rashiku couldn't help himself from glancing at Ami all throughout the walk to find a good place to sit for lunch. Each time he moved to state something, but quickly stopped. Some of the times, other strangers passed by and he clearly didn't want to talk with them in earshot, and at other points he simply didn't manage to speak. Finally the nearby park provided distance from the wandering crowds of shoppers, and a place to sit without needing to focus on looking around and walking. Still, as he sat next to Ami, he was awkwardly quiet for even longer. 'How do I even start with this?' He thought back to just a bit earlier, how he'd planned to stab through her in order to deal Takayuki a fatal blow. She surely wouldn't have known what his intentions were in that moment, and probably had many doubts after as well. He wanted to tell her she could trust him, but every time he tried, he didn't know what part of the topic to start at.

Suddenly there was a noise on the roof behind them, some crumbling rubble, dust, and a couple of spooked birds flying off. Immediately Rashiku stood up and looked, his hand going to his back towards his weapon's hilt, but not drawing it yet. His eyes glowed brightly as he investigated with his Karata eye, seeing what was happening, but he detected nothing. Unbeknownst to Rashiku, Akira had landed just out of his sensing range, and was crawling ever closer to it, but just before going in, the Karata boy released his power and let go of his weapon, scratching his head. It looked to him like just a piece of cement had crumbled off and fell, creating some dust and giving the poor birds a fright.

With a light smile, Rashiku sat back down and looked towards Ami again. The distraction had actually been helpful, having him focus on something other than organizing his thoughts. With his shoulders more relaxed, he finally spoke, just trying to get it out. "I was trying to protect you..." He started, knowing how it may have sounded. Ami's hand had been fidgeting as she was sitting there, attempting to figure out what Rashiku had wanted to talk about. Many scenarios were racing through her head. Most of her being caught so easily. Though, the noise had snapped Ami out of her thoughts. She too looked over but saw nothing out of the ordinary. When Rashiku sat down next to her, Ami felt her heart race with anxiety. The small girl had a confused look on her face when Rashiku suddenly spoke of him trying to protect her. "P-Protect me? Ami asked, before it dawned on her. Her bubbles. Rashiku must have been trying to cut Mekakushi-sensei in a way where she wouldn't have been harmed, but her bubbles must have gotten in the way. Ami looked down with embarrasment. "I-I'm sorry. I-I d-didn't mean t-to get in your w-w-way... I-I just got i-in a panic a-and was t-trying to d-distract s-sensei..." she explained. Right away he shook his head denying her statement. "You were in the way because he put you there. He used you as a shield. Your techniques helped create an opening." A bit faster than he intended, he raised his hand to put two of his fingers gently to her shoulder where he'd been aiming at before. "I was going to strike here... It would have gone through you and struck Mekakushi-sensei in the heart to kill him."

A sense of relief went through Ami when he reassured her that she was in no part in his way. She was pleasantly surprised that Rashiku had commented her bubble jutsu had helped create an opening instead of hindering him. The blonde blinked twice when Rashiku had touched her shoulder to explain what his intentions were. Ami nodded her head, understanding, though she knew it would still hurt if it had happened. "I-I see... I-If I h-had tried t-to move b-before y-you did... i-it would have b-b-been bad..." she whispered, realizing that if she had tried to avoid his blade, it would have caused more harm than good. "My eyes make it easier to aim... But yes." His mouth curled downwards slightly with his eyelids partially closing, as he continued sounding regretful. "It would have been painful. I'm sorry. I planned to remove the blade after as smoothly as I could and then take you to the hospital." He'd told her everything that had transpired in his plan. But not all that had taken place in his head when he had tried to fight their instructor. And almost like he couldn't contain the other piece any longer, he blurted out to her seemingly out of nowhere and off-topic. "You're not a creature. And you're not a threat to your village... Even if people say you are."

Ami blinked twice when Rashuke had said that. "R-Right... M-Matatabi... I-I was going t-t-to tell y-y-you, A-Akira, and S-Sensei about her.... K-Kimi-chan is t-the only one o-outside of my f-family and the h-hokae that knows... I-I forgot t-they would h-have told s-sensei..." she said, figeting in place, before she looked at Rashiku with a soft smile. "B-But thank y-you for n-not being s-scared of me" The boy looked at her and nodded, but turned to face forward a bit quickly as her smile made him feel a bit strange. "I... You're welcome. My village said I was a threat too."
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One push is all you'll need
A fist-first philosophy
We watch with wounded eyes
So I hope you recognize
I'm on the front line
Don't worry I'll be fine
The story is just beginning
I say goodbye to my weakness
So long to the regret
And now I see the world through diamond eyes

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Every night of my life
I watch angels fall from the sky
Every time that the sun still sets
I pray they don't take mine
I'm on the front line
Don't worry I'll be fine
The story is just beginning
I say goodbye to my weakness
So long to my regret
And now I know that I'm alive
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As Rashiku listened to his instructor and team talk, he realized that he was very different from them. Parts of what they said made sense, but other pieces just seemed like excuses. Or even worse, weakness. At least, that was his first instinct. The leaf did seem to often have weakened attitudes, yet the Mist had before always considered them a strong enemy and opponents. It didn't make sense. The boy pondered about what Taka had said about allies and enemies, finding out who was who. It seemed more complicated than he liked but he supposed that knowing who was truly an enemy would be useful information to learn how to gather. However, even if someone unwilling was forced to show themselves as a threat, he wouldn't show them mercy. It would be regrettable, but ultimately it would be their life, or his own. Rashiku wasn't willing to make that trade.

With the instructions from Takayuki to leave, and later return for private conversations, Rashiku had mixed feelings as he turned towards the door. Overall he'd felt irritated, but it was giving way to other thoughts that were distracting him. "C'mon guys, ya coming?" Akira directed towards them, and in his distracted state, Rashiku snapped an answer at him much more harshly than he intended. "No Akira. I won't go with you." As soon as he'd said it, his irritated expression dropped to a more neutral state. Even with the Leaf folk seeming more sensitive in general, such words would have been equally rude where he'd been from. The boy spoke again right after, much more softly this time, the harshness gone from his voice. "Um... This time. I meant. I will later." With a small pause, Rashiku turned towards Ami instead, revealing, at least partially, what had occupied his thoughts for the last moments. "Ami-san... We must talk. Come have lunch with me." Despite the words themselves sounding like a demand, his tone was much more in the vein of a request.

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One push is all you'll need
A fist-first philosophy
We watch with wounded eyes
So I hope you recognize
I'm on the front line
Don't worry I'll be fine
The story is just beginning
I say goodbye to my weakness
So long to the regret
And now I see the world through diamond eyes

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Kenshiro Hyuuga
Location: Training Ground 5
Company: Burai, Shiori, Kuree
Injuries: None
Chakra: 70%


What an even bigger pain in the ass! Sensei was going to kill them. Probably. Probably was enough to not want to take the chance that she wouldn't. Whelp, Kenshiro didn't feel like dying yet, so he was going to make sure that Kuree couldn't kill them even if she wanted to. There were two options... Ken was a little bit slower than Shiori to get up, but it wasn't him being lazy. He scanned over the small crater that Kuree's beam had cut into the ground. Getting hit by that wouldn't be good... and trying to use cover to block it would be stupid. Fighting this woman required the same strategy as fighting a bull. Get the hell out of the way.
“I need a distraction.” Shiori told him, and by now he was fully stood back up and ready. "Got it! Go for her legs, or for the kill." His statement was more than a suggestion or simply an order, it was sharing his plan. What he also intended to do. Disable Kuree enough so that they could outrun her, or neutralize her from being a threat entirely.

Truthfully Ken didn't know what exactly Shiori was going to attempt, but he trusted it would be something sneaky and lethal. He was counting on it. As fast as he could, he was off, running into the fray. But he wasn't going towards Kuree, instead, he was going to Burai who'd just finished telling them to run. He'd heard every word of what was yelled out, impossible to ignore, and it was just as frustrating as just a moment before! Burai needed a fixing, immediately.

Kuree wasn't merely waiting for them, creating clones that began flinging trees into field towards them at a rapid pace. Tree after tree flinging past and exploding into splintering shrapnel. Yet even with this obstacle, Ken barely slowed down at all. The boy bee-lined towards Burai still, ducking under a flying piece of log just a few feet from the other kid. Whether or not Burai needed the help, even if he was dodging fine on his own, Kenshiro leaped and grabbed him, yanking the other boy and himself down into the crater that Kuree had made. Giving them cover from the trees just long enough for Ken to finally put an end to this stupidity. "Burai quit your goddamned grandstanding!!!" Kenshiro outright yelled this time, letting go of Burai's collar with a bit of a shove. He gave a frustrated sigh as he caught his breath, continuing with a firm tone, but not showing anger any longer. "I don't know what you're trying to prove, but quit trying to bet both of our lives on whether or not you can take this bitch on by yourself. As soon as she's done with you, she's coming after me next! I'm not taking that bet, and you shouldn't either."

With another pair of trees exploding above them, the crater granting just enough cover to block all the meaningful pieces of shrapnel, Ken quickly told Burai his plan, there was no more time to figure it out, it just needed to be done. "We need to damage her legs and then take out those clones. Or kill her! Back me up!" "Byakugan..."
He waited just a couple more seconds, just for the next pair of trees to smash into each other, and as soon as they did Ken bounded out of the hole directly towards Kuree. Pieces of wood fell all around him, one almost slamming into the back of his neck were it not for a last minute dodge from an angle that he shouldn't have been able to see. As soon as he was within close enough distance, he popped the cork on the waterskin at his waste and with chakra swung forth a whip aimed directly at Kuree's chest. It may have been a surprising move, but the whip looked not much more powerful than a regular whip. On its own, it was unlikely to do more than bruise an opponent like Kuree... Were it not for the Gentle Fist energy infused within aimed right at her lungs.
Regardless of the whip's success, Ken already was charging his other arm full with energy. Powerful, sharp chakra engulfed his entire arm, and extended a small few inches off of his closed fist. "Chakra Drill!" He shouted as he moved to try and slam the drill into this Jounin.

Koji Takuma
"Do you really want to die?"
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There they were... The kids didn't even seem to be bothering to reduce their noise level. Or... No. Just one of them. Multiple instances of the same steps were approaching from multiple directions. Koji didn't know exactly which of them it was, but he'd guessed it was Naruko with her known use of the Shadow Clone technique. And then some... thudding and clothes shuffling off to the side? Koji's eyebrow raised as he continued hurling the scattered projectiles in the general direction of where he was hearing. 'What are they doing over there? Weird time to be rolling around in the dirt.' Soon both the steps and shuffling stopped, the forest going quiet. A final few clangs echoed as Koji stopped throwing his kunai, and a fog started settling in the trees.

With a change of his stance, Koji pulled on a ring inside his sleeve, bringing up a wire that followed the back of his arms and lined them with loose kunai attached with small snapping buttons that looked cheap and easy to separate, along with a couple in each hand ready to be thrown. 'Time for them to start... Hidden in the Mist jutsu? That's a surprise.' Something was different however as the mist settled in and got thicker. The smell was acrid, and the mist had a different consistency than what Koji had seen before. 'Not bad... I don't want to be in this for long if it changes.'

And then there was movement. Figures coming out of the mist towards him, and a triumphant battle cry from the girl in orange. As soon as they came out of the mist one of them caught a kunai right into her leg that had ricocheted upwards off the ground, dispersing her with a short "Yeeep!!" Immediately Koji turned towards the other two intent on doing the same to them, but instead he stopped in place, stunned with his mouth slightly agape. "Oooouuuu~ Koji-Sama~!"
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Koji was a reasonably disciplined man. One who was very skilled at keeping his composure. And here it served him well... But he was not immune to the powerful technique being thrust upon him! For a brief moment the approaching women had his full attention, his guarded stance half dropping, and Gorudo's tongue met no resistance as it slung through the air to grab the scroll. The clones of Naruko got closer, and almost were able to get their hands on their target before he was able to snap out of it, and with a swift and hard kick, he slammed one into the other and dispersed them both. A small hint of red was under one nostril, but he was no longer slowed down. "Now I know who's first..."

In a blur of movement, Koji launched directly towards Gorudo just as he'd gotten the scroll. In nearly the same instant as Koji had appeared infront of the boy, two kunai were launched with one swing of his arm, sinking right into his previously-wounded shoulder and his opposite thigh. And yet, the movement didn't stop. A hand went to Gorudo's collar and grabbed with force, pulling him into a lock with Koji behind him brandishing a Kunai at his throat. "And now you're captured... You two stay back!!! Or I'll kill him and you both next." He glared down at the boy, and gave him a final ultimatum. "Escape this yourself. Prove you're worthy. Before I decide you're not and end it." The point of the blade pointed towards Gorudo's skin, so close to being able to cut him in an instant.
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