San'yōdō Islet (134)


Oct 1, 2010
San'yōdō Islet

As one of the smallest islands in the archipelago San'yōdō is barely big enough to be called an island. The island has no vegetation or native fauna of any kind, as its surface consists of smooth rock covered with sand. It is simply a barren sandbar with very little of interest on it. Like most of the archipelago the islet is almost perpetually covered by mist.

The Pervy Sage

Oct 22, 2009
Status - coming from here

Keep travelling, got a bit bored, summoned my edo tobirama... (in le bio), he places an ftg seal, we keep rolling...

( Kuchiyose Kinjutsu: Edo Tensei ) - Forbidden Summoning Technique: Impure World Reincarnation
Rank: S
Type: Supplementary
Range: Short
Chakra cost: 40 (-20 per resurrection per turn )
Damage Points: N/A
Description: The Summoning: Impure World Reincarnation is a forbidden technique used to revive the dead. To perform this technique, the user must first acquire some of the DNA of the person they intend to revive such as limbs, organs or merely blood samples. The soul of the intended revived must also reside in the pure world (jōdo) those whose soul has been consumed by the Death God, or have been previously sealed by other methods cannot be resurrected. Next, a living sacrifice is required for the soul of the resurrected to use as a vessel. Once all prerequisites for the technique have been met, the acquired DNA of the person is smeared on a special scroll and once the scroll is activated, the remains spread out in the form of a special seal with the living sacrifice in the centre. Then dust and ash encase the sacrifice's body, giving them the same appearance that the revived had at the time of their death. The person is then revived and the end product is usually stored in a casket until summoned by the user by performing the Tiger → Snake → Dog → Dragon → Clap hands handseals. When the user summons the revived soul, a casket first appears before revealing the revived soul. The Edo Tensei Summoning can be countered by sealing away the targets soul or by having the summoner cancel the technique. As they are unlikely to do this voluntarily, using a genjutsu to trick them into cancelling the technique is ideal. The sequence of hand seals for cancelling the technique is Rat → Ox → Monkey → Tiger → Dragon → Boar and saying Kai. If the summoner dies before the technique is deactivated, then this method is impossible. If the summoned soul's controlling tag is overcome or disabled by a technique or if the user so wishes it, the summoned soul or the user can both sever the contract through the use of the Snake → Ram → Boar → Dog → Tiger seals. The summoned soul is then left as an immortal revived soul, autonomous and without any link to the summoner.
Note: A bio can only have up to a total of three souls for revival which must abide by a few rules, specific for the technique.
Note: The user of the technique can only have up to 3 Vessels in total. Orochimaru, Kabuto and Tobirama are able to have up to 2 Vessels present in battle though only one of these can be a vessel from a battle.
Note: If the user purchases the vessel, it can only have access to single abilities such as their HA/KG/AE. If a vessel is obtained through battle, he is able to utilize the bio's Dual Abilities, Modes and AN if obtained. Only the canon techniques of these are possible, however.
Note: The Edo Summons pertain to the bio and not the user, and only one of the bios of the user can use Edo tensei.
Note: A member must attain biographies in an offical match approved by 2 roleplay moderators for both the revival and sacrifice and cannot be given a biography willingly.
Note: Technique can only be used once per battle/event.

( Fūin Hirashin no Jutsu ) - Seal of The Flying Thunder God technique
Rank: A-Rank
Type: Supplementary
Range: Short
Chakra cost: 30
Damage points: N/A
Description: This is the technique through which Senju Tobirama and Namikaze Minato apply the sealing formula, that will allow the use of their trademark space time techniques, to any desired object through physical contact and allowing him to teleport to that desired location through the Flying thunder God Technique and the use of its variations. While Minato carries with him multiple kunais marked with the seal (making the core aspect of his fighting style which revolves around the use of FTG Kunais), Tobirama doesn't. To use the Flying Thunder God technique on kunais, Tobirama has to apply the seal to them though through one use of the technique he can mark up to 5 kunais (this is valid only for kunais and other basic weapons, not enemies or other targets of the seal).
Note: Can only be used by Senju Tobirama and Namikaze Minato bios.

Leaving lm


Jul 25, 2017
Spawning in for the first time. This post marks the beginning of my Candidate (1.5) mission.


News had already spread of 10 reactive weapon cores scattered around the ninja world. A riddle supplement each core, alluding vaguely to their whereabouts. The riddle Lana Del Rey deciphered corresponded with this landmark. It was remarkably unremarkable -- just as described. It forcibly reminded her of a neighbouring landmark to her village by the name of Dead Urals. A frozen wasteland frozen in time. This island was its smaller, sandy, heated counterpart. Lana Del Rey stood there with an ominous smile. Blood-red eyes veritably piercing through the terrain, it appeared as though she was the first one there. Good. She really wasn’t in the mood to fight over a piece of relic. Wasting no time, Lana recited the riddle in full.

That which is entirely unremarkable
Holds that which is notable.
A barren plain of sand and smooth rock,
The black diamond shrouded by blue.

The last sentence was the only relevant part now. A black diamond shrouded by blue. Unfortunately, no local was in sight to offer guidance. Why would they? Vegetation and fauna were abundantly scarce here. So, she figured it was just a matter of traversing the land, covering as much ground and hopefully chancing upon this mysterious diamond shrouded by blue. Easy enough, she convinced herself. Just like closing your eyes, sticking your hand into a jar with all but one sweet remaining.

The itinerary offered nothing stimulating to the eye. Barren, desolate. A curse in the long run; a blessing in the context of this mission, it meant less things obstructed her view. Some time had passed and it felt like she was going around in circles. She could sense the frustration building within her. The island was not extravagantly large, surely she should have come across something by now. And just like that, it was as if God answered her call. Her ocular prowess, never missing a detail, picked up a blue hue in the peripheral of her eye. Turning to the direction and looking further ahead, she saw a sliver of blue in the horizon. A pang of excitement echoed within her and she quickly made way.

As she drew close, came into view was one of the most bizarre and spectacular things yet. Rising from the lifeless sand below, a single plant as green as anything she's come across stood firmly upright, as if in defiance to the death that had overtaken the island. Towards the top, what would have been petals on a regular plant sectioned off into four sizeable leaves that conformed into a parabola before uniting at top. A pod, more or less. From the vertical gaps between each leaf, a bright blue light illuminated. As strong as it was, it was simultaneously kind to the eyes. Lana found that extremely conflicting; her natural instincts urged to squint if not look away, however she found no damage repercussions came from looking directly at it and assimilating its majesty.

The hairs on the back of the Uchiha's hand stood as she felt the strange presence it emanated. You didn't need to be an illustrious genius to figure out this was where the diamond was housed. Reaching ever so assiduously into an opening, she grabbed hold of something cold to the hand and pulled it out. There in her hand, with resounding beauty, the blackest of diamonds rested. A sudden guilty pleasure course through her. Feeling very much giddy, she stored it away in her pouch and sauntered off.

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The landmark she found the black diamond in. Although still perpetually haunted by a thick mist and looking desolately gloomy as ever, it brought her pleasant memories.

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