-Once you get your first custom technique approved you are required to make your own custom jutsu thread here in the Custom Jutsu Users Sub-forum.
-You are required to post every jutsu you madeand all jutsu that others allow you to use.
-Each and every one of your own custom techniques posted in your thread needs to be numbered(from #1 to #35).
-When posting your technique, you are required to post the link to the techniques approval, by copying the link to the individual post in which the technique was approved.
-You are forbidden to use any custom technique that isn't posted in your own custom jutsu thread.
-If you learned a technique from another member, you need to post the link to the training thread in which you learned the technique. *
-Under each custom technique you need to have a list of the people to whom you taught you custom too, with a link to the required thread. *
-The custom jutsu thread is your responsibility and its your duty to keep it up to date, clean and complete.
-A custom jutsu thread that doesn't abide by these rules is considered voided and its owner won't be allowed to use his/her customs.
Note: this is a reminder to everyone to update their CJ threads. The link requirement pertains only to cjs approved in the new CJ thread but the numbering of CJ is mandatory for every one of your own CJ. The rule was posted on the 24th of February so please update your cj threads ASAP.
*this is valid only to every trade of CJ done after February 2012
This suggestion was made many times before but i has now come to fruition. You can now edit your posts in this section without limit. This means your cj threads can be kept up to date without needing to make a new one every time something is added.
However, this came with a down side that will not please everyone. I closed all current threads. Reason is simple: people would abuse this system and we need a benchmark for stuff that might have been allowed before the rules of teaching were added. So, this means that everyone will need to, in time create one new CJ thread, your last. That you will be able to edit indefinitely.
This is a privilege that many have requested and I hope that a few won't be the cause of returning it all to how it was. So please, don't forget to abide by the rules. Obviously, if something isn't in your current cj thread by now, it can't be added in this new one without proof of training in it. Thus why the other threads were closed. So a benchmark of your original cjs could be established.
In time, the old ones will be archived. But only in time, so you have time to create your new ones.
There has been some confusion about how many cjs a person can have so I decided to make a "schematic" of how many cjs you can actually have of your own, which will help people make their cj threads:
General Custom Jutsu: These include your Custom Weapon, Custom Jutsu, General Custom Jutsu made for your Summoning Contracts, etc
Adding to these, you can have bonus slots:
Senseiship: While you maintain a valid Sensei status you get a bonus number of extra cj slots. These are lost if you drop from senseiship.
Official Sageship: Once you gain the official sage title, you gain permanent extra cj slots.
Special Abilities and Cases are a set of sub fields that do not count towards the above limits and actually have their own specific limits.
Custom Summoning Contracts: These are summons you create for your contracts. You can make your first contract when you're Jounin and your second when you're Kage.
Cannon Summoning Contracts: If you are a signer of a cannon contracts, you can submit 5 custom summons for it instead of the 10 you can for a custom contract. You can still have a custom and a cannon contract.
Custom Weapons: You can make a custom weapon which will not count towards the 35 limit but rather its own cap.
Custom Fighting Styles: These are techniques from your own CFS. You can make 2 CFS.
Custom Elements: Techniques for your own Custom Elements. You can make up to 2 Custom Elements of your own.
Custom MS Techniques: If you have a custom Ms bio you can exchange the use of the 3 basic cannon MS techniques to submit your own custom MS techniques.
Custom Clan Techniques: These are the techniques created by the clan leader and those by the clan members, which, regardless of being a clan creator or not, don't count towards the limit of any individual member.