Anyways, welcome to Yang Training 101, I'm your host Mirai the 8th, and today we'll be going over Yang Release. Now please tell me what you understand about Yang Release based on the RP and the Naruto Canon, what does it? It's attributes? Etc, enlighten me about this unique chakra nature.
The masculine component of the two, related to vitality, life, and physical energy. It can be used to give life, represents light, and is generally capable of empowering once's physical strength and durability. Naturally, Yang does not exist without Yin, with this being the same for Yin. The difference is the ratio of each within the other, with the more dominant ratio making it what it would be. Yin essentially provides the idea, and Yang the execution body as a very bare-bone explanation. Yang also represents heat (sun) and life power, as seen when Naruto's presence forces the growth of Yamato's wood. This goes beyond a side-effect of presence, as Yang can even be used to heal and restore limbs and injuries. Beyond that, series wise besides the Naruto example, Akimichi would be a valid demonstration of Yang, as well as taijutsu in general. That's a quick rundown from the top. Series wise, lmao bro leave me alone, I don't remember that shit. The two examples, Naruto being the Yang half, and Hagamaro using YY to create the tailed beasts is all I remember without further research.
Right so that’s a pretty solid base to work with. Of course, me being me, I’ll be introducing it a little bit more from my perspective so thar hopefully you might be able to learn a thing or two. Yang Release is a chakra nature that quite represents the physical energy of chakra. It’s governs the physical and vital energy of one’s body, but also the human condition – this allowing you to alter the human body down a anatomical level. It’s often described as “hot” or “warm” to its touch, it representing the sun while yin represent the moon. It’s male to Yin’s female, it’s an incredibly powerful healing agent. Yang Release is often times used in Medical Ninjutsu to heal others, but true Yang Release can not only heal, but it also can be used to restore the balance of one’s body. This was seen when Naruto used what we call in the rp “Touch of the Sun” to heal the chakra network of Guy before he passed away from unleashing the 8th Gate in the war or when Naruto gave Kakashi a completely new eye when he had lost his original on years ago. Yang can also breath life into targets, allowing inanimate objects or even chakra the ability to think and speak on an intellectual level. However don’t always think Yang as a completely “good” nature.
Yang can also be used for destructive purposes, as mentioned it allows control over the human condition which in turn can be used to create mutagens to the bodies of those affected, making them sick or debuffed etc. We’ll touch on those a little bit later on. Yang can be seen in other “lesser” forms, such as the Akimichi Clan’s Hiden Ability with their expansion jutsus, various forms of Taijutsu also incoperate aspects of Yang into it too or with Naruto in his Six Paths Sage Mode state which channels the Yang half of it. Before we move any further into things, do you believe in the oddity that “There is still Yin within Yang?” if so or not, explain to me why.
Alright bet. As for your question, yeah, similar to what I mentioned before, the two exist in one another. The ratios is what generally determines the Yin or Yang nature of a technique, alongside the functionality of the technique itself taken into consideration of course.
The first technique is the universal life breathing technique “(Yoton: Jigoku ni henkō) - Yang Release: Change into Hell”. It’s a really lovely technique that can grant any of your chakra based techniques sentience. This is normally only capable of the basic five natures, but Yang Specialists possess the ability to apply this to other chakra natures of advanced fields like Fuinjutsu, MPM and the likes. So I want you to go over the technique and give em your initial thoughts about and I’ll go over it with you some more.
(Yoton: Jigoku ni henkō) - Yang Release: Change into Hell
Chakra cost: N/A (+50, -10 per turn)
Damage points: N/A
Description: The user is able to use their Yang nature too imbue life into an elemental technique, creating a Yang/Element sentient entity that remains on the field to aid them. The only limit is the size of the technique originally used as an elemental source, as the resulting entity will always be half the size. The entity can be interacted with, can act on its own, and is made of the element sourced with all its properties intact. Its strength is based on the original elemental technique used as a source. This doesn’t consume time since it is actually a skill applied to a technique used within the same timeframe. The infused chakra increases the technique by an additional ten chakra, of the fifty it costs in total. Note that the resulting entity created by this technique is bound by logical limitations of its shape and nature; a meteor cannot move on its own, a pillar cannot walk away, and a statue without arms cannot pick things up. Likewise, while it is able to use techniques from the source it is created from it cannot extend into different fields. For instance, if Susano’o is brought to life by this technique it cannot use Blaze Release unless the Susano’o itself is constructed, or partially formed, from Blaze itself (e.g. Sasuke’s Susano’o). It is bound by the literal source it is formed from, rather than the fields it is bound to.
Note: Usable 3 times per battle and up to 6 times per event to create one entity with up to 300 chakra points that is able to use jutsu from the source it was created from. Its chakra reserves can be replenished through external means, and because it has a chakra network can fall under the influence of Genjutsu or other Spiritual-based techniques.
Note: Yang Release masters can apply this technique to advanced fields and CE and advanced elements.
Seeing that you mentioned MPM, ig it can be applied on shadows if I switched to Yang spec. Other than that it's pretty direct and easy to understand, especially since I've seen it in use so many times. Only thing that's a blow is the size deduction but that's barely an issue tbh. Beyond that a pretty solid technique.