Only thing I know about Yin Release is that it brings your imagination alive. It deals with spiritual and mental aspects of abilities like Genjutsu and the Yamanaka clan. It also can change properties from the mixture of solid, liquid, and gas.Alright, what do you know of Yin?
Only thing I know about Yin Release is that it brings your imagination alive. It deals with spiritual and mental aspects of abilities like Genjutsu and the Yamanaka clan. It also can change properties from the mixture of solid, liquid, and gas.
Peep this quote. Tell me if you have any further questions or inquiries?Yin is the diametric opposite of Yang. It embodies concepts such as spirituality, the mind, creativity and/or the imagination. Going back to my example of how any physical action produces physical energy, any action of the mind produces spiritual energy. Yin Release is the capacity to harness that energy. Because of those roots, all Yin Release techniques manipulate the spirit, or the mind, in some way. Or at least, they rely on that connection to produce an effect. Take Hungry Ghost, which produces a spiritual tether to an enemy and weakens them through that tether. Or Hands of Sloth, which slowly weakens and eventually seals away an opponent's mind, the central domain of their spirit in a sense. On the note of spiritual/mental subversion, Yin Release also has a connection to Genjutsu. Illusions bolstered by Yin Release are generally far more potent than ordinary Genjutsu, since the field allows for more direct manipulation of an opponent's mind/spirit, as well as just the potency of Yin Release chakra. Such Genjutsu can break through passive defences or immunities, and can even lock off particular methods of Genjutsu break.
I don't think any Yin techniques outwardly describe the nature of spiritual energy in terms of its basic characteristics, but if I had to attribute any to them, it would be that it's cold. Opposite of Yang and all.
Back to its effects though, the last of them being related to Yin as a domain of the imagination. There are a few techniques which take advantage of this characteristic, one of them being Yin-Yang Release. The first two are Change into Heaven and Great Phantom Dragons. Both of these techniques entail the use of Yin Release to alter the physical characteristics of a technique according to their imagination. In the case of CiH, it's a targeted use, whereas the Phantom Dragons themselves are the object of alteration. A key difference between them is that CiH cannot change the fundamental nature of a technique, only its physical properties (such as turning energy solid), while the Phantom Dragons can be turned from constructs of spiritual energy into different elements that the user knows. The last technique, Creation of all Things, probably best embodies the use of Yin Release as a conduit for the user's imagination, as it involves the application of Yin Release to create a physical object that possesses whatever characteristics one so desires.
That should be it. Besides the ability to absorb/siphon chakra, which is a property unique to Hungry Ghost and Phantom Dragons.
Inton: Ten ni Henkō) – Yin Release: Change into HeavenAlright, let's kick things off. What do you think of this technique and how would you use it.
(Inton: Ten ni Henkō) – Yin Release: Change into Heaven
Chakra: N/A (+50 chakra cost to applied technique)
Description: The user manipulates a technique of the basic 5 elements with Yin natured energy, allowing the user to change its physical properties. Fire can become solid, lightning can become tangible, water can become invisible. Possibilities are limited to changes in physical properties; more specifically, this means that one cannot transform a flame into a spiritual flame, or make a rock intangible. The user must be able to clearly define what the new technique is within realistic limitations. If, for example, the user makes Swamp of the Underworld into something solid then it might neutralize the entire point of the technique. The resulting technique must be described logically; if this condition is not met then the technique might outright fail. The end result is a technique neutral to all basic elemental natures. This technique is applied within the same timeframe as the technique it is applied to. The infused chakra increases the technique by an additional ten, but costs fifty in total.
Note: Yin Release Specialists and Yin-Yang users can apply this technique to advanced fields, CE, and advanced elements.
Note: Using Change into Heaven to transform the inherent nature of an element does not modify its base speed.
Note: Usable 3 times per battle and 6 times per arc.
(Inton: Gogyou Gen) – Yin Release: Five Elements IllusionAlrighty, next!
(Inton: Gogyou Gen) – Yin Release: Five Elements Illusion
Chakra: N/A (+50 chakra cost to applied technique)
Description: This technique allows the user to combine their elemental chakra with Yin Release in order to create stronger, more potent Genjutsu. When the user casts a Genjutsu, rather than using their raw chakra they will use one of the basic elemental natures, thus increasing the potency of the jutsu. This technique increases the technique it is applied to by one rank in strength; due to the massive infusion of chakra a Genjutsu empowered by the Five Elements Illusion can penetrate through any passive defense or subversive method against Genjutsu. By using nature chakra rather than raw chakra, the properties of the Genjutsu can change in accordance to that nature and become stronger. For example, using Crushing Snake Constriction with Fire Release chakra would make the snakes appear, feel, and sound as though they were on fire. The user is free to alter the effects of a Genjutsu within reason as long as the primary effects remain the same. Like other Yin-Yang infusions, this technique only increases the chakra within the technique by an additional rank in strength, or 10, whichever is higher.
Note: Can only be used 6 times per battle.
Note: Cannot be used on techniques above S-Rank.
Note: Yin Release Specialists and Yin-Yang users can use advanced elements and CE