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Iyata

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Iyata had been pulled off the war campaign for a special project. She had been asked by her superiors to help a visiting Kumo Ninja in the interest of further building their relations with the Raikage, and also as some sort of recompense for lending aid to their needs during the war. Iyata was not opposed to helping another Shinobi in need and she was actually excited to lend aid to another that was so gracious in lending their aid to them. Iyata had been asked that her being a natural with the Suiton Element teach one of Kumo’s superior Shinobi in the ability to wield it and add to their arsenal. Iyata had explained to her superiors that she had never trained someone, but they dismissed her notion at not being capable and merely stated  “You are an Aisu, if there is anyone that is capable in Kiri it is you…it is in your blood afterall.”

That statement alone was enough to make her scoff, it was because it was in her blood that she found it natural. To teach something to someone that which came natural to her would not be as natural as teaching someone who has never done it before. She did not let that knowledge dissuade her from humbling accepting the task, she knew that she was not their first choice but the fact that she was not their last option left her some hope that her abilities had not gone unnoticed.

Iyata had selected the Shore Side to conduct the training as she felt it was the more appropriate after all. It would allow her the opportunity to meet her student near the best place to learn about water…the ocean. She knelt down on the sandy shores of the shoreline and starred out into the darkness before her and smiled softly. She watched the waves flow in and out against the sand below her leaving small silhouettes of the waters form in the sand as it washed back out into the sea. Iyata stepped forward and began to walk along the water out till she was about 5 meters out off the shore and stood in the middle of the ocean watching the marine life below as they went about their normal routine swimming back and forth and eating their meals. She folded her arms across her chest as the wind picked up slightly tossing her pink hair about. Iyata looked around hoping to gaze her student.

Training Word Count: 413



Last edited by Iyata on Tue Dec 03, 2013 3:07 pm; edited 1 time in total


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Sanosuke

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"Wake up Sano! Come on we're going to be late!" The sound of ringing could be heard in Sanosuke's ears as he was nagged to wake up from his oh so comfortable bed that he was laying in. He was in the barracks of the allied shinobi of Kiri. This was war so the time for comfort was only given to the few. But come on. Even the shinobi that were high level should be gain some sort of better accomendations than a creaky bed that had lumps in various locations on the matress that made sleeping nearly impossible with how difficult it was. The amount of times Sanosuke turned in his sleep, he lost count around 45. When he had finally woke up due to the fact that Navi was nagging him until he was risen from his bed that he was so comfortable in. Getting up from his bed, Sanosuke moaned as he popped his back back into place. The sound of bones popping could be heard in his back as he got ready to get up finally. He was too tired to tell his partner to be quiet since he didn't get much sleep last night from the uncomfortable mattress. He would definitely have to see the coordinator about these living arrangements. This mattress was killing him. When he arrived to Kiri, he was placed in these barracks with shinobi of all ranks from genin to as high as special jounin. It was said that the jounin of the villages were to be in a room that was more suitable than this. But Sanosuke was put on hold since he had arrived later. But on hold for how long, Sanosuke didn't know.

Letting out a yawn, Sanosuke got up from his bed and stepped down. Moving like a zombie, Sanosuke walked over to his bag and got dressed. If memory served him right, he put in a request that he would like to learn suiton while in Kiri. It would be a very powerful tool in his arsenal of jutsu. What better way to learn in than being in the land that specialized in the field of jutsu that Sanosuke wanted to learn. With water under his control, maybe he might be able to turn the tide of this battle. When Sanosuke was ready, he and Navi walked out of the barracks of the allied shinobi alliance to the location where he was to meet his instructor in suiton. According to the messenger ninja who delivered the message, his instructor wanted him to meet them near the shore line of the village. It made sense; being close to water would be a good way to learn the art of water. The two walked through Kiri and made it to the shore line of Kiri in about an hour.

The smell of sea salt filled his nostrils as he was taking in the beauty of sea. Even during these times of war, Sanosuke couldn't help but feel calmed at the seas of Kirigakure. The sky was plagued with clouds, casting the place with shadows. It might rain soon as well. But this shadow just added in a cloak of mystery and serenity to the shore. "Wow isn't it awesome?! It's sooo pretty Sano!" Navi exclaimed loudly as the ball of blue light flew off to explore the beach. That was fine because he was pretty sure that his instructor was nearby somewhere. He just didn't know where. Walking onto the sand, Sanosuke got on the beach. His feet hitting the sound reminded him much of his time in Suna training Toraika in the basics of senjutsu. He never wanted to see a sandstorm like that again. The sand got everywhere on his body. Looking out, that's when he saw her.

A girl that looked to be in her teens. She had long pink hair that was being blown in the wind. Her arms were folded as she was looking directly at him. It made Sanosuke wondered how long he had been watched. Coming onto the beach, he already felt that someone was watching him; but the kumo jounin had no idea that she was just standing there in the middle of the ocean. Taking off his boots, Sanosuke let his barefoot hit the sand. Pulling up his sleeves, Sanosuke walked into the ocean to meet the young woman that he was sure was his teacher in suiton. Water danced around his toes as he stood in the water.

"I'm Sanosuke Flynt from Kumogakure, it's good to meet you." Sanosuke said to the woman reaching out a hand to shake hers. He already knew that the woman knew who he was. Hell Sanosuke knew who this woman was. Her name was Iyata Aisu. She was from a clan that was said to be skilled in suiton; thus making her the ideal teacher of suiton for Sanosuke. But it wouldn't hurt to show some formality to his teacher. After all she deserved respect that she was to be teaching him when he was more experienced than she. The Kirigakure kunoichi must be more skilled than those her age, but how skilled- Sanosuke would just have to find out in these teachings he will be taking...

887/1500-->Suiton Training


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D-9, C-6, B-5, A-4, S-6, SS-2

Iyata

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Iyata saw Sanosuke walk on the beach and he was not someone that she recognized among the many she had come to know here in Kiri it was at that moment she realized this was to be her student for the next while. She watched his amazed look on his face at seeing their ocean, she glanced back out at the water she stood in and could definitely understand how amazing it was to someone who has never been here before. Iyata watched him as she suddenly realized she was watching him and approached her taking his shoes off and walking out into the water with her.

"I'm Sanosuke Flynt from Kumogakure, it's good to meet you."

Iyata smiled to Sansouke and bowed her head softly to him, “I am Iyata Aisu, I will be training you on how to unlock your Suiton Aptitude. So shall we begin?” She asked softly and stepped beside him and placed her hand gently into the water allowing the waves to meet and recede away from her fingertips. “One of the biggest points to always remember is that water is not about force, it is about persistence and flow. Even the mightiest mountain has fallen before this element as it may never be strong enough to blow the entire mountain away, but it will persevere and continue to eat away at the mountain for as long as it stands.” She smiled softly.

“The key to being able to use Suiton is to understand it, embrace its nature, and utilize it as a part of yourself. Water in nature is calm and mellow ever flowing and never stopping, it will run its course no matter what stands in its way. As you will learn too, if you do not already possess these personal attributes.” She said softly and cupped her hand pulling an orb of water out of the ocean and holding it in her palm. As she used her own Chakra to rotate the water around in a spherical manner dead center of the water was a small fish swimming to around in a circle opposite of the current within the sphere. She looked to Sanosuke, “I pose this question to you, why do you think it is that this fish swims against the current instead of with it?” She asked softly, “Surely would it not be easier to go with the flow then against it?” She asked quizzically.



Training WC: 820


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Sanosuke

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“I pose this question to you, why do you think it is that this fish swims against the current instead of with it? Surely would it not be easier to go with the flow then against it?”

Sanosuke lightly chuckled to himself. This girl sounded too much like his spiritual leader Pathik. He was always talking in riddles and having Sanosuke have to solve them. Hell he had to deal with this for 5 years, but it did make him a better person with every riddle he asked. What the girl asked was something that he could see his teacher and friend ask him. The question was something that had him think very much about what was being asked. He had to rely on the information that he was provided by his teacher in the studies of water. It was amazing how masterful Iyata was in controlling water. She was simply using chakra to hold a ball of water while holding a fish in it was complete mastery. The trick she was doing made it seem as though she was showing no sign of effort on her part at all. The fish was swimming against the flow of the current that was in his small world. But that was the quesiton; why would the fish do such a thing. That's when the answer came to him.

" 'The key to being able to use Suiton is to understand it, embrace its nature, and utilize it as a part of yourself.' It seems as though the fish has been taking some of your lessons, isn't that right Iyata-san?" Sanosuke asked. He was fairly certain that was the answer, but he could be wrong. If he was wrong then it would be okay, he was here the learn after all.
1187/1500 ->Suiton Training


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D-9, C-6, B-5, A-4, S-6, SS-2

Iyata

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" 'The key to being able to use Suiton is to understand it, embrace its nature, and utilize it as a part of yourself.' It seems as though the fish has been taking some of your lessons, isn't that right Iyata-san?"

Iyata smiled softly and nodded her head, “Very good. You have the majority of the answer right, the fish understands that part of it’s nature is to persevere over any obstacle in it’s way. That is the only way this fish will grow up to be strong and survive out in the wild. So it’s natural instinct is to use every muscle in it’s small body to go against the current gaining in strength and speed so that it may elusive enough out in the wild to outsmart predators.” She gently placed the orb back into the water dispersing the orb allowing the fish to swim away rapidly and to join another school of fish further out into the ocean. She turned to look at Sanosuke and smiled gently. “Now my elders told me that you possess the ability to manipulate wind like myself? Which helps tremendously with Suiton training, it allows you to be able to manipulate water easier because in order for water to maintain a semi-solid form the water has to constantly be moving and shaped at the same time.”

Iyata took a step back and turned facing him ,”What I would like you to do for me please, is manipulate the water in the ocean into something that you find easy using your Fuuton Element. Like so…” She breathed softly into her finger coating it with her Fuuton Chakra, placing her finger into the water she softly twisted it around in a small circle while raising it upward. In doing so the wind slowly dragged with itself a strand of water twisting it into a series of circles as if the water was drawn towards the tip of her finger like a coiling snake. “Remember to understand the flow of water and embrace it’s nature.” She reminded him with a smile.

Training WC: 1173


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Sanosuke

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A smile graced Sanosuke's face as he got the answer right to his instructor's question. Silently to himself, the Kumogakure jounin thanked the Guru whom was the only person he would call a master. Being around that old geezer, it made the answers to riddle so much easier to see. When Iyata asked Sanosuke if it was true that her had a wind chakra nature, he nodded his head in confirmation. 5 years ago, he was training with his old friend in the art of fuuton so that he could use it as well as his raiton chakra nature. He learned the basics but he really didn't understand the truth that the wind had until he learned over the 5 years of his absence of the shinobi world what it was really capable. It had the power to shape anything it wanted with just a thought. It could give life and death to those it wanted to. That was the power of wind chakra. And it turns out his most recently trained element could also be beneficial to his training under suiton. That was quite fortunate for the jounin, it meant that maybe his training of the way of water might not be so difficult as he previously believed it to be. Now he was given the task to mold the water using the fuuton chakra that he thought was so much easier into a shape that he thought was doable. Nodding to his instructor, Sanosuke slightly squatted and began focusing on the water.

He closed his eyes and let his body be enveloped with wind chakra. The wind was wrapping itself around Sanosuke like a blanket as he continued to focus only on that small task of focusing chakra. While meditating he was distinguishing the difference between wind chakra and water chakra. Fuuton was more about letting loose and freedom, and water chakra was more about going with the flow and using the flow to accomplish such a thing. There were some differences and similarities between the two, but the similarities outweighed the differences significantly. When he scooped the water in his hands, he just thought about what Iyata taught him. He had to let the flow come to him and then understand it before using the flow to how he wanted. Using bits of wind chakra, he inserted the wind inside the water that he was holding. The tendrils of wind was stretching into the water giving him more information about the water; letting him understand the flow of the water. When he though he understood it, Sanosuke slowly rose from his squatting position and stood up holding a ball of water in his hands like his teacher did for him. This time there were 3 fishes swimming in the ball. He was using his chakra and moving it to mirror the flow of the water for his own purposes. He had done it.

That's when the water exploded in his hands as the concentration he had was shattered. The fish jumped out of the wall before the balloon of water burst outwards and went straight into the water. Sanosuke clenched his teeth irritated. "Damn it! I almost had it." Sanosuke cursed under his breath as he wiped the water that got on his face from the explosion he accidentally caused. He wondered what he had done wrong to cause such a recoil. Maybe he was too forceful, too much wind chakra, too much chakra in general? There were to many possibilities and he didn't know anything about what he could have done better. Maybe Iyata might have seen what had occured.
1500/1500--> Sution Learned
296/3000-->Suiton C rank WC


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D-9, C-6, B-5, A-4, S-6, SS-2

Iyata

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Iyata watched Sanosuke closely as he was able to produce an orb of water before her holding three fish in the inside. She smiled softly as she watched him progress through forcing it to allowing it to flow naturally. She watched as the water balloon exploded and water went everywhere, she covered her face gently allowing the water to fall onto the back of her hand instead of her face. She whipped the hand away throwing the water down into the ocean and she looked up at Sanosuke. “ That was real good…You came very close to maintaining it. Good job Sanosuke.” She said with praise and pride. He was really taking to this training quite well, most would of taken days just to perform something as simple as that. But he had managed to watch and reproduce what she was able to show him which boasted well for his competence of what they were trying to accomplish.

“Alright, I have something that comes to mind that may be more up your alley.” She stated as she walked away from Sanosuke and after a good distance away she turned around. “Alright, now Im going to send a small wave of water towards you, what I want you to do is embrace it and send it back to me we will pass it back and forth. This will allow you to work on flow, not to force it but to just give it a nudge to do what it is you want it to do.” She said with a warm smile. She placed her hands in the water and lifted them upward as if she was pulling up a carpet from the floor of her house. In doing so a small wave rose up from the water around her and moved forward towards Sanosuke at a casual pace. It was not fast enough to overwhelm him but it was enough to provide a challenge, he would need to have a keen sense of timing to be able to redirect it back at her.



Training Word Count (Bukijutsu):1515


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Sanosuke

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Even though he was still pissed that he couldn't replicate his teacher's demonstration of suiton chakra, Sanosuke still smiled at being praised by Iyata for his skills in the skills of water. It was his first time and he had come this far in his training. There wasn't really a point in being angry that he couldn't replicate the demonstration his teacher has done, when Iyata herself has probably been training in the art of suiton; so when she was manipulating the water into an orb Iyata was probably doing a simple task to her. For Sanosuke it was more like a full workout. The effects of using his chakra in a fashion that he wasn't familiar in was already taking a toll on his body. Despite being surrounded by water, he was still sweating. He had to be cool somehow. That's when a thought came to him. Well he had to be one with water, so there was only one way he could think of that would let him do that. Taking off his shirt, Sanosuke tossed it to the shore so that he was in the water without a shirt on. The sun felt great on his skin as wind  washed over his body cooling it down. That's what happens when you're wearing something like a skin tight long sleeved black undershirt with an enchanted cloak over said long sleeved shirt. With his clothing off, Sanosuke felt that much lighter and his mind not so clouded by the heat. Sanosuke focused on the words of his teacher as she gave him his next assignment.

Iyata was now a good distance from Sanosuke when he found the girl again. Before she was at an arms distance from the jounin of the cloud village, but now she was a few meters away from him. Sanosuke guessed that it was some new training exercise that would have him better control his newly found suiton chakra nature. His guess was correct when Iyata explained it to him once more. “Alright, now Im going to send a small wave of water towards you, what I want you to do is embrace it and send it back to me we will pass it back and forth. This will allow you to work on flow, not to force it but to just give it a nudge to do what it is you want it to do.” Iyata explained to Sanosuke with a smile. Sanosuke was beginning to have comfort in the small warm smile that she kept on giving him. It made him feel as though he could do whatever his teacher would do. Nodding his head, Sanosuke signaled for the pink haired girl to continue his training. She did so by arising a small wave from the ocean shore. The wave looked like a small bump in accordance to the flatness of the ocean, with a small push Iyata sent the wave at Sanosuke. It moved fast enough for him to know that it was coming, but there was no way Iyata would just hurl a wave at him when he had just unlocked his potential with water chakra. Planting his feet in the ground, Sanosuke got himself ready to do what his teacher asked him

With the wave coming at him, Sanosuke closed his eyes and focused on the water that was coming at him. Normally Sanosuke would just raise his chakra whenever he did something chakra related. No this time, he was focusing on the sensation that he got when he had first picked up the ball of water in his hands. There was a tiny flow that Sanosuke could sense from the wave that was coming at him. The flow was small but when he felt the flow, it was like seeing a direction of an arrow that was pointing right at him. So this is what it meant when Iyata told him that Sanosuke was supposed to be embrace the water coming at him. When he decided to nudge, Sanosuke just thought about simply switching the imaginary arrow of the water's direction around and back at the direction where his teacher was standing from. With that the feeling of the flowing water escaped his mental grasped of the wave that he had come in contact with. Opening his eyes, Sanosuke smiled to see that he has done exactly what Iyata told him and he sent the water back at her. The wave was moving remarkably fast. Sanosuke didn't want to send at her so quickly, the jounin was scratching his head chuckling to himself nervously.

"Whoops. Sorry about that, I guess I didn't restrain myself." Sanosuke apologized to his teacher.


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