Leaf: Inuzuka

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Leaf: Inuzuka

Post  DM Ramen on Mon Dec 15, 2008 12:12 pm

Inuzuka

My Puppy Pal:
Dogs go directly after their masters in combat.

Level 1: Attack: d20+3(+ ½ users level), Defense: d20+3(+ ½ users level), HP: 10 Damage: 1d6

Level 2: Attack: d20+6(+1/2 users level),Defense: d20+6(+ ½ users level),Hp: 20 Damage: 1d8

Level 3: Attack d20+8(+1/2 users level),Defense: d20+8(+1/2 users level), Hp: 30 Damage: 1d10

The +1/2 users level only applies for pvp, like normal ½ user levels rolls. Doesn’t apply to npc’s.


Weak(Genin): Level 1 dog. +1 to tai attack.
Medium(Chunin): Level 2 dog. +2 to tai attack.
Strong(Jounin): Level 3 dog. +3 to tai attack.

The plus to taijutsu is unarmed attacks only.

The standard Inuzuka Ninja Tool Bag consists of 3 kunai, 3 shuriken, 1 explosion tag, 1 smoke bomb, 1 set of can traps, and 2 military ration pills.

Sense of Smell: The effects of blindness, darkness and fog and the like are reduced by 3, due to the Inuzuka's sense of smell. So if something gives -4 to sight or hearing, it goes down to -1. The inuzuka can also sniff through some henge's if they know the person, because they would recgonize the scent. Their sense of smell, when rolled for dm events, is concentration.



Inuzuka Skills


Shikyaku no Jutsu (Down On All Fours)(D rank)- This technique gives some increase of strength and speed to the user, as well as lengthening their nails into claws. Travel in this mode is somewhat akin to a dog's fast run. Users of this technique also tend to act more feral when using it.

+1 to taijutsu defense and offense for 1d8 rounds. This takes up the users turn, and applies to the user.

Man Beast Clone-D rank
A modified version of a transformation technique, this jutsu allows a user to transform their animal companion into a perfect copy of themselves. When combined with the All Fours Jutsu , the user and the animal become virtually impossible to tell apart, since both act equally animalistic. Like any transformation, the jutsu can be broken by identifying and attacking the animal, thus dispelling the transformation.

If the user is on all fours, normal bunshin rules apply when deciding who gets the attack. (roll a d6. 1-3=user, 4-6=dog)

This adds +1 to the animal ‘s attack and defense for 1d8 rounds. This takes up the users turn and applies to the animal.


Beast Man Clone Combo-C rank
In this jutsu, the user first uses Man Beast Clone to transform the animal into a clone of himself. The animal then slashes the opponent with his claws while the user does the same behind the opponent. The user then slashes once more and the animal pounces on the opponent. The user then flip kicks the opponent into the air and both the animal and the user cross-slash the airborne opponent.

This combo takes up the pet’s turn and the user’s. It requires the pet to be transformed. It does Normal pet damage+Normal user damage +1d6. It can only target 1 person.

Dynamic Marking No Rank: This move involves the animal urinating on a target, allowing both him and the user to track it by scent. This is a prerequisite for using Wolf Fang Over Fang, since the speed of the technique makes it impossible for the user to see while using it. The animals urine is apparently caustic, given Sakon's comment that it burned when Akamaru urinated in his eyes.

This can only be used by the Dog, in dog form. If it connects, it does 1d4 damage, and gives -1 to rolls for 1d4 rounds. It’s required for Wolf Fang Over Fang. It takes up the dog’s turn.

Tunneling Fang D Rank-The user spins at a ferocious speed and delivers many powerful beastlike attacks when contact is made with the target.
Regular Damage +1d4, can hit up to 2 opponents. This can only be done by the user. Takes up his turn. Unblockable.(blocked by jutsu or dodged)

Man-Beast Ultimate Taijutsu: Fang Over Fang C rank
The user and his animal spin at a ferocious speed and deliver many powerful beast-like attacks when contact is made with the target. The force of this attack is strong enough to drill through stone. Can hit multiple Opponents.
This combo takes up the pets turn and the user’s. It requires the pet to be transformed. It does normal pet damage+normal user damage+1d6. It can hit up to three opponents. Unblockable.(blocked by jutsu or dodged)



Transmission Fang B Rank
The user and The animal jump into the air where they come into contact while performing Fang Over Fang, forming a giant Piercing Fang that tunnel far into the ground, carrying the enemy.
This combo takes up the pet’s turn and the user’s. It requires the pet to be transformed. It does Normal Pet Damage+normal user damage+1d8. It only effects one target.Unblockable.(blocked by jutsu or dodged)

Double Impact Wolf Fang D rank
The User and The Animal rapidly bolt around and slash the enemy before leaping foward from opposite sides for a crossing pass slash/bite.
This takes up the pet’s turn and the user’s. It does normal pet damage+normal user damage+1d4

Inuzuka Style: Man Beast Transformation Combo: Two-Headed Wolf B Rank
Using a modified form of a Man Beast Clone, the user and the animal transform themselves into a large, two-headed wolf, with great ressemblance to the animal.
The two mold into one bigger two headed wolf. They are one creature, so it becomes 1 turn per combat. The wolf has +4 to attack and +4 to defense and +2d4 to damage. It can not cast jutsu in this state. The bonus’s from on all fours no longer apply. It lasts 1d4 rounds. It takes up both the user and animal’s turn.

Wolf River D Rank
After performing Inuzuka Style: Man Beast Transformation Combo, the user and the animal leap foward and bite the enemy with both wolf heads.

This move requires Inuzuka Style: Man Beast Transformation Combo: Two-Headed Wolf. It does normal damage+1d4.



Wolf Fang Over Fang A Rank-After The dog uses Dynamic Marking to mark a target, both he and the user use Man Beast Transformation Combo: Two-Headed Wolf to become a large, two-headed wolf. The two then perform a much more powerful fang over fang attack. Like the lesser version, they spin rapidly to attack their target. Unlike the previous version, however, they move so rapidly that they can't see where they're going, hence the reason for the earlier Dynamic Marking, which allows them to track their opponents via the distinctive scent. This attack is powerful enough to cut a person in two, and even dent a rashamon gate. Even if the attack misses, its speed is so great that the surrounding air can slice like a blade.
Such power is not without its drawbacks, however. Not only as does this attack effectively blind both the user and the animal or its duration, but it tires them such that they can only perform it twice before requiring rest.

This requires both Dynamic Marking AND Inuzuka Style: Man Beast Transformation Combo: Two-Headed Wolf. This does normal damage+3d10. However, the next round the user gets -2 to their rolls, for disorientation. This move can only be performed twice in a battle. Unblockable.(blocked by jutsu or dodged)
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Re: Leaf: Inuzuka

Post  DM Anko on Mon Dec 15, 2008 5:11 pm

Ichiro Inuzuka.

And Yes, I wrote these rules. >,<
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