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PostSubject: Rei[training]P]   Sun Dec 25, 2016 12:46 pm


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Perplexed, confused, focused and frustrated: these were but a few of the emotions swirling around in the blue skinned girl's head at the moment. For a while, she had relatively enjoyed her time n the village and as a shinobi of Yamigakure. Some recent events had made the girl reconsider her paradigm. There were so many powerful people in the shinobi world, and she had been exposed to several of them not so long ago. Okami's mind being manipulated, he had set out and attacked the village of Yamigakure. As a shinobi of the village, Rei had been somewhat reluctant to help. The man wielded such powerful jutsu that he had easily destroyed the majority of the village and killed countless innocence in minutes.

The Yamikage Goken had intercepted the destruction, taking Okami's immense power head on with his own unusual ki based clan KKG. Two meteors had been summoned from space and the Yamikage had dealt with them, with the help of others. Many talented shinobi had appeared during that attack, mostly in reaction to Okami's attack as an enemy. One by one they had shown incredible talent and power. Ninjutsu really is a power thing indeed... she said to herself in frustration and reluctance. Rei's own clan, the DUllahan were a gifted and cursed clan. Blessed with immortality, they were denied the ability to use Ninjutsu. Instead, they had to rely on their clan's Meiton to steal the jutsu of others just to compete. Many of the Dullahan used Meiton as their main form of attack and defense: they became proficient and talented in it, though few indeed took up the blade. As such, once their trick was figured out, they were relatively easy to defeat.

Not Rei. The youngest of the Dullahan had focused on her body and weapon before considering the mastery of the Meiton element. As such, she had become keenly aware and painful to the difference between the body's limits and that of Ninjutsu. This recent attack on Yamigakure and the people directly involved, had made the differences very clear to the girl. berated and chastised that her own hard work and skill was inadequate to the natural talent of Ninjutsu users, Rei sought to improve herself further to compensate for that natural lack of talent.

The two most notable people during that attack, were Okami and Kosuke. Both men had rattled the girl's perception of strength and power. They wielded powers akin to the first Sage: even now, Okam was the transmigrant of Rei's master, Hagoromo. Kosuke on the other hand, had worked hard and inherited the spirit of one of the Sage's sons, granting him similar power. Due to their spirits and talents, the two men were bound to a fate which they had little choice to. Rei had decided herself to be their judges and condemn them to death as executioner if their power was misused for the wrong reasons. The issue at hand was, Rei did not possess the ability to pass such a judgment on them if necessary.

If Kosuke could achieve such powers through sheer determination and hard work... then surely anyone else can? she asked herself, not really a rhetorical question- because she didn't know the answer, but she had a gut feeling it was impossible. Nevertheless, surely she could achieve a similar state? As one of the oldest and more closely known to the original Sage, if anyone could achieve such potential, it had to be her.

Finding her resolve, she was now ready to focus her chaotic whirl of thoughts and emotions. The Sage once told us that the world was a great source of power... I always thought that he referred to the people of the world, used in servitude to accomplish great things... but now I wonder. The Sage had done a great many things himself without the aid of his followers, that meant that there was a deeper meaning to his explanations. Could it be so? the possibility was of uncertainty, but there was nothing to lose from trying- rather, only to be gained in fact.

Rei was currently located outside the village of Yamigakure. Due to the recent tragic events, Rei had found peace and serenity in nature. Away from everyone else, there was a quiet calm that enveloped her and the surroundings: encompassed by such tranquility, she had rekindled her desires to further her development. A state of immortality caused those affected to see time differently than those with an internal life clock. For too long, had she remained stagnant in her own skills and narrow minded thoughts. Now, she was ready to transform and break free from stagnation.

She was within the deeper part of the forest, the shadows of the odd forest enveloping the area. Basked in the softened sunlight through the trees, Rei sat still and naked within a pool of water. Her arms stretched out to either side as she rested against the naturally formed rocky structure of the pool, she leaned softly against the rocks and allowed the water to soak her skin as she felt the breeze and focused her thoughts on nature itself. To her surprise, there was something there, in the distant corners of her concentration that she did not recognize.
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PostSubject: Re: Rei[training]P]   Sun Dec 25, 2016 2:15 pm


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Strange. In the recesses of her mind, there was something there that she had not recognized before. Living well over one hundred years, she was experiencing something she had never thought of or felt before. Over one hundred years... granted a large majority of that time had been spend locked away, imprisoned in the confines of the underdark of Kurai's forest. Stranger indeed that Rei was now within the darkest part of Kurai forest, though no darker than the tomb she had been buried in- and yet, she felt such peace and serenity. Not at all any trepidation or anguish as she had felt for so long within the confines of her one hundred year tomb.

Those dark days in her memory interrupted the flow of peace and balance within her mind then. As the countless days trapped within the silenced darkness of her own madness, overshadowed her focus and caused her to lose hold of that odd sensation she had begun to experience. She opened her eyes then, a different kind of peculiar sensation overtaking her left arm. As she looked down, she saw an unusual sight. Where once her arm had been blue and smooth to the touch, it was now grey and rugged, heavy as stone. In fact, it was stone! The odd sensation had filled her arm to the brim and now it had become stone, spreading further as she continued to look at it.

From instinct, she drew her scythe from beside her and leaned harsh against the curved blade. Black blood and smoke erupted from her wound as she severed the stone arm from her body. The arm sunk in the pool of water, much to heavy to float as an arm of flesh should. Surprised, Rei looked down at the stone arm for several long seconds as her body began to regenerate with the black mist. She was an intelligent girl, putting the puzzle pieces together after several seconds. That strange sensation... it was doing something to my body.

It would take several moments for her arm to fully regenerate, so with her right hand, she reached into the water and pulled up the dismembered stone arm. Holding it close to her face, she inspected it. It was stone indeed, through and through. Not a spec of her flesh remained in the stone: otherwise her body would have sought primarily to reattach the arm with the black mist. It did not however, thus proof that it was irredeemable. This natural... energy.. turned my arm to stone. I should be more careful. Careful indeed, had she absorbed more natural energy from the surroundings and then lost her focus, her whole body might have become petrified. That would have been an odd sight for sure, to wonder through the darkness of Kurai's forest and stumble upon a naked stone woman statue resting within a pool of water.

That would not come to pass however! Rei would not allow herself to become overwhelmed by anything! Though shaken from the odd experience, she had steeled her heart with powerful determination to master this concet of natural chakra. The Sage had hinted at the power in nature so many years ago: too blind by their worship of him, Rei and her clan had overlooked the truly wise choice of words their lord had bestowed upon them. Now, Rei could only wonder how many more underlining hints the Sage had given them. She brushed the thoughts away for the moment, learning, mastering and utilizing this natural chakra was her main focus. If she questioned everything the Sage had told her, she would likely lose all focus and instead come to a different understanding with no progress to what was now important.

Up her arms went, for her left arm had fully regenerated as though it hadn't been lost at all. Her hands slipped her blue cheeks as she breathed out through her nose and closed her eyes again, placing her hands in her lap and concentrated once again. her body still and her mind empty, Rei began to concentrate on the feeling she had tapped into earlier before unintentionally interrupting herself. This time, she found it more easily. She focused on that feeling as she pinpointed it: its source was in fact the surroundings, nature itself was the focal point as it flowed into her body from all around.

The feeling was surreal, invigorating and refreshing: though the underlining current of worry kept Rei from delving too deep for too long. If she allowed herself to be overcome with this feeling, she would surely lose her focus and end up a statue. Mentally, she toned down the swell within her as she focused her inner chakra on regulating and converting that natural energy into a resource she could harness without concern of becoming petrified. The conversion was difficult, she knew immediately as she tried: she was lucky she had toned down the volume she was absorbing. The slow meticulous amount of conversion had slowed her ability to absorb and balance. It was a careful and precise art, if she had tried to convert while absorbing a large dosage, she would have ended up petrified as well.

After several long minutes, Rei opened her eyes and released the flow of energy built up. She was unsure of how much time had passed since she started: the process had required all of her concentration- she had become lost in her own focus, forgetting who she was, where she was and what time was. All at once, she had felt the difference and knew the taxing process had caused her to reach her limit. Thus she had released the flow and focused on herself and the feeling this natural chakra was giving her. Standing up, she looked down at the reflection of herself on the water's surface. She inspected her whole body, checking for signs of petrification, nothing so far. A slight smile crept over her face as confidence rose and she sat back in the pool and closed her eyes, simply resting this time instead of focusing. Though her body had remained still, her mental energy was quite low from the whole ordeal. This is some serious business... I've always focused on my body until it would give out from exhaustion. Training with your mind and balancing the chakra within the body is so much more taxing.
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PostSubject: Re: Rei[training]P]   Sun Dec 25, 2016 3:13 pm


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Her eyes opened, the golden color of her pupils reflecting softly on the valvet moonlight cascading down from the shimmering trees. Darkness had come to the world. Dancing like a fickle goddess over the treetops, the light soft moonlight trickled in between the leaves and created a myriad of dancing shadows who seemed to eternally dance with the moon's rays. Time had passed in the forest, but the forest's presence remained the same. naturally a dark forest, whether sunlight or moonlight, the intensity of the forest's visible spectrum only ever changed slightly.

The moonlight provided clarity to the blue skinned girl: the softer of the two lights, the moon was harmonious with the surroundings, giving an eccentric vibrance to the forest and everything beneath it. The pool of water which Rei sat in, shimmered and reflected the soft blue tinge of the moon in a seemingly unnatural but welcoming manner. The dullahan in the water seemed to fade into it, her skin being close but somewhat darker than the blue light reflected back. Only her silver hair and blackened gold eyes stood in stark contrast to the appearance of what a traveler might describe as the moon goddess.

Rei was no goddess however, even with her immortality. She was something in between that and human, caught between what seemed to be life and death. To Rei, her days of living were in constant search of the "truth" to death. She always studied those dying in Yamigakure: her eyes granted her the ability to see the remaining years of those around her. Yet her clan had no such time remaining: it was as if their bio-clocks had stopped at zero or were simply removed. Having been imprisoned for one hundred years from misdeeds committed in the Sage's name, the time aged only their mental clarity. Some driven by madness, others who receded into complete solitude and had forgotten they were living beings. The latter had become shells of people, immortal yet un-waking from the depths of their consciousness.

Of those two, there was the third. Those which talked and managed to hold on to their sanity through socially interacting with whomever was buried nearest them. Rei had not been one of those. The closest clansmen around her had fallen into themselves and lost their individuality: with no one to talk to her seek comfort and understanding, she had resorted to madness. Fortune had been with her however: as the limits to her mind had been reached, their one hundred year solitude as prisoners had been lifted. Partially broken in her mind, she had managed to hold on to her reasoning had didnt break from the madness. Hope had filled her emptiness and given her a reason to remain true to herself.

Those were events that marked the change in her life however. She thought about them now, as she sat in the pool. She took her two hands and cupped them beneath the surface of the water, placing the hands beneath the watery surface where the reflection of the moon resided. Closed tight from the bottom, she lifted up the reflection of the moon in her hands, closer to her face and inspected it. Though only a reflection of the real thing, it held such warmth and beauty, bright and promising of darkness to come- yet it would continue shining through that darkness. This night s very refreshing... she admitted to herself, for once truly enjoying the serenity that only nature could provide.

Two weeks now, she had been away from the village. She had successfully separated herself from the humanity deeply hidden within her. The purpose was to become more closely aligned with nature: by removing the distractions of the shinobi world and her own worries, she had found a placer of enlightenment in the dark forest of Kurai.

Opening her hands ever so slightly, she allowed the water cupped in her hands to flow down her arms, over her breasts and back into the body of water she sat in. as the water disappeared from her hands, the reflection of the moon that she held, lessened until it disappeared. Looking down once more at the pool of water, the moon's reflection remained, larger and more brilliant than the reflection she had held. Even if the real thing is out of reach, a reflection can be grasped by the hands gently. So poetic was her analogy to the Sage's power.

Over the two weeks she had been here, she had come to understand much of what the Sage had instructed her about, especially in regards to nature. There was a great power to be held firmly in the hand if one could only sense it and harness that power. While not the Sage's true power, it was close and probably the closest thing to authenticity that anyone not blessed with the Sage's spirit or lineage, could hope to achieve. Again she closed her eyes, allowing he rbody to absorb the natural chakra around her as she focused inwardly to mold and transmute the energy into a usable form of chakra that she could store and use without concern of petrification. This was Senjutsu, the power of nature and one of many of the Sage's talents. Rei felt quite accomplished, pride swelling within her chest at the thought of coming so far in so little time.

Quickly she suppressed that sense of pride, not for fear of ruining her concentration, but because she knew that she was still far from mastery. Only a fool celebrated before the deed was done. With her emotions repressed, she retained her sense of selflessness. She was no longer an individual, but an extension of nature and the forest's will. She was the forest and the forest was her. Though she was alone now and had been for two weeks, she dd not feel lonely. Never had she sent so much time away from people since her freedom had been granted from the tomb beneath Kurai forest. After spending one hundred years in maddening solitude, she and many of her people had stayed close to make sure they never again had to experience such somber silence.

Yet here and now, she did not feel lonely. Accepting the senjutsu chakra from around her and harmonizing with it, the balance granted her exceptional clarity in the perspective of the world, not as a human. If only others could feel and understand this feeling... she began to think, then stopped as she cut off the blow of chakra and molded what undiluted amount remained within her body. Her thoughts had returned to her and she once again mulled over the problems faced in the shinobi world. A heavy bit of responsibility to chew on and swallow, it had ruined what remained of the night for her concentration. For a whole day afterwards, she would struggle with the predicament presented in itself and her village, no... the entire shinobi world.

Few could truly say that they understood the precariousness of the balance in the world. Shinobi of different villages and groups fought constantly, dragging in innocence for this cause and that reason: selfish and divided as a people, there was no end to conflict. Then there was the bijuu, beings comprised of chakra that once revered the Sage as a father. Since his passing, the beasts had been seen nothing more than a source of power to fuel their own greedy thoughts and whims. It sickened Rei, though she had to admit she understood the reasoning behind it. When one was powerless to chance a situation, they sought more power and often in the easiest manner- that was what Rei had done. She had sought more power, though not through the easiest means available.
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PostSubject: Re: Rei[training]P]   Sun Dec 25, 2016 6:41 pm


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How long had it been? She wondered suddenly, having forgotten exactly how long she had been in the forest as she trained her mind and body with the senjutsu chakra. She turned her head, her silver hair trailing softly over her wet shoulders as she sat in the pool of water. On a nearby rock, she used her scythe to carve another notch in the flat surface of the stone. This notch was one of many, for she used these to mark how many days she remained out in the wilderness and away from the village. While the number was not exact, it was fairly close- maybe off by a week or so. She took a moment to count the carved notched carefully and then laughed softly out loud: one of the very few audible noises she had made during the whole time. So... I have been out here for a month, more or less... she wondered if she would get in trouble for being gone for so long.

Would people ask where she was? Would they come looking for her? Would they pronounce her as missing or wanted? She didn't know and couldn't know for certain, but at the moment she didn't care. She had come to understand and appreciate simple things in nature during her training. This spot by the pool, she had claimed for herself while she trained: yet beasts came by every day to drink from the water. Some were fearful of her at first, others sought to fight her for the territory. The latter of those had learned that the blue skinned girl was not an easy or scared foe: swift and strong, with a regenerating body, she had bested several large beasts who thought to make her a snack. the first of those beasts, the ones fearful of her- she had left alone and the beasts had come to understand that she was not to be feared. They viewed her as a water deity, a blue goddess who shone in the moonlight and slept during the day.

Nature was in her scent. Having stayed out here so long, growing more accustomed to the senjutsu chakra, she seemed for of nature than mankind or a dangerous beast. An accurate description of her from both the large and small beasts was "mother nature" the embodiment of the forest into a beautiful personification that none of them had ever seen or considered before. Some small beasts such as rabbits and birds wished to greet and play with her: from time to time, Rei indulged them, but she was here for training. When she was ready to train, she was serious and the beasts could feel the intensity of her determination to become at one with natural chakra.

To her now, nature chakra was a secondary breathe of air. Unlike natural air however, it felt different. Such as a sudden deliciously smelling dish being introduced into a clean room. Each had its own unique smell and fee, though they closely resembled one another. That was how she viewed her own chakra and senjutsu chakra. Her goal was to become "one" with that natural energy, and so being able to notice the difference between herself and the senjutsu chakra was a testament that she still had a ways to go before she could accomplish her goal. That was of course if her goal was indeed possible, but nevertheless, she didn't allow doubt to hinder her attempts. She was immortal after all. Even if it took her many years, her body would remain untouched by time.

It was a blessing and a curse, often affected by her own emotions. Some days when she was feeling "up" it was a blessing, her past aside. On the days she was feeling down, it was a curse that wouldn't let her die when she felt she wished she could. Fickle but ever present nonetheless, it was helpful with her senjutsu training. Sleep was not essential, nor food and water- though she greedily appreciated both water and food. Being imprisoned for one hundred years with neither sustenance or parchment for the throat or gullet: being deprived for so long of such simple commodities, had left the Dullahand in ecstasy when they had finally partook of such things after the imprisonment had ended.

Even now, Rei wished she had such things to stay over the gnawing at her stomach. The water was plenty and she was never lacking for it in nature, but she was without food and that was beginning to be a problem for her concentration. It was time to hunt. No longer could she refrain from eating, for it was conflicting with her ability to focus and mold chakra within her body.

Hunt was a relative term, for Rei had no intentions of partaking in meat during her training. Meat was a source of great nutrients, though much harder to digest than fruits, vegetables or nuts. For Rei to accomplish proper mental focus, her body needed to be in harmony with her mind and the inverse, her mind with her body. Standing up from the pool of water, she walked over to the edge of the clearing in the forest and began to look at the lush green vegetation. Part of survival for most included learning the knowledge of finding edible food in the wild. Rei had learned these things over one hundred years ago, a vital part to surviving in the days of more primal energy.

She bent low over a bush bearing berries, her naked blue form hidden mostly by shadow of the moon cast against the forest. She held up the berries n the soft moonlight and inspected them more carefully: they were raspberries. A perfectly edible source of nutrients provided by mother nature. She popped the handful of berries in her mouth after rinsing them off in the pool of water. They may not have been the tastiest thing she had ever eaten, but at least the berries filled her stomach and eased the dull gnawing of hunger. Now somewhat satisfied with the food in her tummy, she felt as though she could get back to training her mind and body with this senjutsu chakra.

She climbed back into the pool of water and sat down once again, relaxing her body and placing her hands in her lap as she closed her eyes and leaned against the natural rock shelf of the ground. Rei felt the ease set in as she concentrated on drawing in the nature chakra: with her belly full, it was much easier. She had gotten so used to taking in the small amounts of natural energy, that she had naturally grown accustomed to it and felt as though there was no change or progress. Having been revitalized by the nourishment of the berries, she realized this and decided to try harder by taking in a larger quantity of nature chakra.

Focusing on her surroundings, she drew in a large amount, probably the largest amount she had since her arm first turned to stone. To her surprise, she found it much easier to regulate throughout her chakra circulatory system. She molded the energy and converted it into a usable form of chakra to her body. Her body filled to the brim with this converted chakra and her body felt like it was overflowing with sheer power: yet she remained still for several long minutes as she ensured to convert all of the nature energy before moving about. Finally, she opened her eyes and looked bout. Nothing seemed to have changed in her physical appearance, or so was in her reflection of the water's surface.

She could feel the difference though. Her body was overflowing with energy, she felt much lighter, agile and connected with her movements. She held up her hands and clenched them several times. She picked up a nearby rock and crushed it with ease, far easier than she could have normally. My strength has increased... but what about my other aspects? she wondered to herself, looking up and about. She wanted to test her speed as well. With a quick lep of her feet from the water, she disappeared from simple sight and bounded about, dashing up, down, back and forth as she bounced from tree to tree and finally back onto the ground. She breathed deeply for a moment, not having been tired in the very least from the high speed movement.

My speed is also increased... what about my body's ability to take damage? That aspect didn't bother her too terribly much, because she had a regenerative body. Needless to say, not taking damage kept her from becoming hindered during combat. The issue here was that Rei did not have a sparring opponent to test her body against, only her own weapon. Walking over to where her scythe lay, she divided its mass into its secondary form, the two small hand scythes. Placing the sharp edge of the right handed weapon against her skin, she intended to separate her arm as she had done previously when it had returned to stone. To her surprise, she found resistance. Her body's durability was resting her command to make a clean dismemberment of her arm from her body. The result was gruesome, not having fully cut her arm off and leaving it hanging by skin and muscle tissue. The cut was no clean or precise, more jagged as though a dull jagged blade had been used. Interesting... she said to herself as she began to regenerate.
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PostSubject: Re: Rei[training]P]   Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:38 am


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Rei felt herself through the forest. She had been training ever since she had left the village on a training journey. She had just attained the rank of Jounin and felt that her power was far from complete. After coming into contact with Okami and Kosuke: Kosuke for a second time, she was amazed by their power. They had been alive for only a fraction of the time she had lived, and yet their power excelled and surpassed hers by far. It was true however that they possessed the spirits of their mighty ancestors and that with no doubt, tremendously helped them achieve their current state. Such a thing was impossible for Rei. For she was immortal and undying, there was no means for her to inherit another spirit within her body through the means of birth. Other possibilities were unknown to Rei, for she didn't dabble or desire to imitate her deceased master, the true Sage.

Instead, she knew she lacked power and found herself earnestly and diligently training a power of the nature that her master had once hinted at. In those hints as she looked back on those memories: she found so much guidance. She much insight and clever wording that she had missed as a young fanatic sacrificial girl. She suddenly let out a long sigh as she released the mental focus from within her body, feeling even stronger than before. She had meditated for a great deal of time and over the elapsed time of three days, had unlocked a new step into Senjutsu.
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