Break this down:Sentience in its general meaning is for something, someone or an object etc. to be capable of feeling, perceiving and experiencing things. Generally, back in the day philosophers utilized sentience to distinguish between thinking and feeling, where thinking is being reasonable and feeling is being sentient. Of course this can be applied to animals, plants, humans etc. As for there has been arguments that plants do feel as they experience, perceive and feel their surroundings, however i do not recall if that was disproved or not. Additionally, humans and animals are sort of in the same boat about feeling (sentience), however humans perceive themselves as being the intelligent thinking beings (reason), which should distinguish between the rest. Now in our roleplay this translates similarily, while you can create sentient life, causing objects, such as statues, plants, and other objects to come to life.
You're a yang master when you finish the training.breakdown time!
Change into Hell, an S-rank technique. it costs 10 chakra per turn. The technique allows you to embue life into a technique of the basic five elements, or maybe even custom elements and advanced fields, IF you are a Yang Master (when are you a yang master?). The limit of the technique is the technique can only be the original size of the source and when used it will be half the size of the original technique. The now living entity has its own mind and sentience, allowing it to act and move on its own without the user being required to command it. The strength of the technique is equal to the original technique it was used upon. The technique is applied directly to the previous one and takes no time to apply, and you can give up to 300 chakra to the entity while the entity is then capable of using that chakra to make techniques of the same element it is made of.
The Yin part of the technique is (yin creates things from nothing) so in this case i would assume that the yin part is the previous technique used, or it is the fact that the technique allows the sentient being to create its own techniques of the same element?
(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 his Yang nature to embue life into an elemental technique, creating a Yang/Element sentient entity that will stay on the field to aid him. 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. This 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 its actually a skill applied to a technique used at the same time.
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.
Note: Yang Release masters can apply this technique to advanced fields and CE and advanced elements.
Ah i was a bit off about understanding the yin of it, but yea not really have any questions about it. Oh one question, if you make the creature with 300, is it possible to take back the chakra and remove the sentience of it?You're a yang master when you finish the training.
Good effort, the yin i'd say is creating the mind for the sentient being, so that it can act on it's own.
Unless you have a way of draining chakra from a technique, then not really.Ah i was a bit off about understanding the yin of it, but yea not really have any questions about it. Oh one question, if you make the creature with 300, is it possible to take back the chakra and remove the sentience of it?
alright just curious if it was possible, so someone like Nagato could do it, just an example. But yea i understand it so farUnless you have a way of draining chakra from a technique, then not really.
If the beast/thing/jutsu is destroyed, it loses it's sentience.
(Yoton: Taiyōnomegumi) - Yang Release: Touch of the Sunalright just curious if it was possible, so someone like Nagato could do it, just an example. But yea i understand it so far
Yeah you're right on all points. Remember this healed guy after using the 8th gate sooooalright pretty straight forward, by touching someone you can heal them for virtually anything. Breaking it down, you can essentially heal them to the point of them being their best self, meaning that the healing factor and power of the technique seems limitless. Regrowing limbs, countering poison, however the limit being 150 dmg per turn (which is a lot) and of course it takes time depending on the one it is being used on and their size. It simply requires physical contact to do so. The user can first use it on one self when they are a Yang master, and it is not well used in combat since it takes time.
not quite sure what the yin would be in this technique, would it be part of the one you are healing?