Yeah that pretty much covers the basics, you seem to understand the simple stuff so lets get going on the techniques.Oh so it's not the same type of rotation!
So Byakugan is the white eyes dojutsu that has a 360 degree vision which allows the user to see long distances, chakra networks, and even hidden targets behind obstacles. It's ability to see chakra allows user's to hit chakra points which is what gentle fist is based on. By hitting those the capabilities of others can be inhibited, either chakra output wise or ability wise, such as in the cases of EIG users for instance. It's also effective on sage mode users since it can be used to lower their chakra pools and whatnot. As for attacks from the rotation stuff and blasts, their elemental strength depends on wether they have shape manipulation or not. If they have shape manipulation they are neutral to elements while if not they are weak to them.
I agree it has a solid base, definitely tailored to people who want to use more taijutsu and physical abilities vs spiritual ones. Okay with the basics out of the way we can start on the gentle fist techniques. Same requirement as usual from you.Alrighty, after a bunch of hand seals the Byakugan can be activated, granting a 360 degree scope of vision that goes through most physical constructs. This comes with the ability to see chakra and perceive faster movement. It can also be used to identify clones which is a nice little plus. The apparent of weakness of the 1 degree of limited vision is pointless in the RP, because techniques in general won't be that small and would almost always be visible, with the exception of techniques specifically crafted for combating the Hyuga. Other than that the hand seals are a bit too much, but eventually it would become a non-factor. Compared to other Dojutsu, it's the most solid one at it's base level imo, as access to Gentle Fist is nice as well as the increased tracking and sensory capabilities.
Three strikes can be very useful because it's usable as a move to counter taijutsu punches, thanks to it requiring an extended arm so it's worth keeping in mind, you can use that to counter a taijutsu attack then follow up yourself with another gentle fist attack after the back strike.I was thinking about the direct hits to organs and stuff cause I remember something about that in the rules somewhere.
8 16, highly effective considering it’s rank, as it can be used to prevent usage of a limb if targeted or if used in a general fashion it restricts chakra surges of S rank and above. The second portion of reducing chakra supply by 5% is pretty nice considering that it can stack with itself. It’s application to all tai attacks via the specialty can be pretty nice in tai based combat.
8 Aerial Attack is a simple maneuver that can be used either through running or from a falling high position to strike a vital organ, resulting in a deduction of base speed per strike.
Byakugan 3 strike is highly situational as it requires an extended arm from the target. If that is present the user can flip the target then strike their back and send them flying.
Indeed most donations are things people want to get rid of lmao, speaking of donations though, here come some more. Palm bottom is one of my favourites to use for a quick hit that can stun and ease in to a big followup.LMAO man i just realised i have genjutsu on this bio instead of tai. Number one Hyuga!
Long name tech, pretty nice as it's a momentary speed boost for a highly efficient attack. It prevents more than 50 chakra per attack, which tbf is nice for countering big Yin/Yang stuff and wahtnot, but in all honestly I'd be heated if this was used on my Nara while i try and stack more stuff on it. Cool that it also reduces chakra supply and SM pools.
Palm Bottom, a pam strike to the body that causes paralysis and damage to internal organs nb.
Block, A pretty simple technique that acts as a defensive mechanism to minor attacks elementally, and tai attacks of it's rank's strength. Also causes some damage to opponents if contact is made with the limb coated. It's aight I guess, though no one really donates the good techniques!
I find it best to just look at that one as a stomp that prevents them running momentarily, cause the wording is a bit off that's for sure. The other two yeah they're pretty simple and you seem to understand them just fine, it's worth noting in regards to causing like bleeding damage and stuff grating heaven is the superior option for rotations.The rare instances where you dont want free customs lmao
Binding Circle is kind of weird in all honesty. A stomp that sends chakra through the ground but also a wave of chakra above ground at the same moment. The chakra above ground is a ring that would paralyze just the feet of the opponent. Not sure what the underground burst is for then unless it somehow tracks what the ring hits. Anyways the second application is an easy one thats just a kick that causes paralysis for an extra turn than the base version.
Grating Heaven is pretty straightforward being similar to the earlier variation. This one’s rotations are shaped like razors instead following the same restrictions to range and whatnot.
Gale Fist is a wind elemental infusion into GF attacks that make them lose their internal damaging qualities, so better used with techniques that don’t have that function.
Gentle fighting should apply to jyuken yeah, but you can ask Chris if you want to be absolutely sure, I'm saying yes though. Also yeah, you're correct, Vacuum palm is one of my favourite hyuga techniques personally. On to the final three techniques!Hazy White is a nice combination technique wherein the user coats their hands and attacks as they wish before concluding with a clap to release the chakra from before in a blast form.
Vacuum Palm is simple enough, a ranged attack that targets internal organs with the potential of even damaging external ones if strong enough.
General question, would the Gentle Fighting specialty apply to Hyuga techniques themselves since they are a form of taijutsu?