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Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

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Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

Post by Hideki on Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:19 am

Outside the Hidden Ice Village about ten miles away from the gates of Hyougankure, a Shinobi that had left his past behind him to always look ahead of him. He was in a secret location that no one knows about. This Shinobi left the home he grew up in. He left for many reasons and he knew it was not the time to think of the past. He need to better himself, to become more than the sum of his parts. It was about getting things done, working out the kinks, preparing himself to defend his reputation. .

This weather was damp, a bit cold and a lot of mist that covered the area, making bit visible do with the mist. However, the white haired Shinobi named Hideki, was able to navigate through the mist, and he knew that no one would be around the area. Now that Hideki was alone, he looked around the area, watched all the tall trees, and the leaves in the area. As he looked around, he figured out on a training method that would work to his benefit.

He looked down at the leaves that were laying down on the ground, one step he heard a noise that came from the leaves. The sound was the foot crackling against the leaves. He felt that he had to be more silent when walking, or near any opponent. So it was settled, that he was going to train in being stealthy. Forming one hand seal, he closed his eyes and started breathing slowly. By doing this he knew that he had to lower his heart rate. He knew that in order for him to become really silent was to understand his surroundings and make sure that he doesn't make a single noise.

Everything was quiet and all you can hear was a silent wind blowing through the trees. Hideki knew what his plan was, and that was to run around the trees without making any noise at all. However, he wasn't going to be sure if he made any noise at all by himself. Forming a series of hand seals, out appeared from the mist, a clone of Hideki that was made up by the mist. Hideki explain the situation to the clone, as then the clone simply nodded. The clone's only job was to close his eyes and really listen to the original Hideki run around the tree to see if the original can make his way around the trees without making any noise.

The training had just begun, Hideki focused his chakra towards his feet, but not pushing his chakra down but upward. At the same time keep his chakra close to his feet as possible. This was something that he was going to have to practice on but he knew that he had to do it in order to become silent like the wind.

Once he knew he was ready, he started walking, but it wasn't working. He kept on trying and trying knowing that he would have to put everything he got into this test. He also was doing this with the sword on his back. He knew that walking with this giant sword was noisy enough, but he had to learn to be quiet with the sword so he would be able to use it in battle. This will become a great skill that he will be able to use easily without fail. After a few more tries he noticed that the clone was keeping track, still keeping his eyes closed.

Slowly but surely he was getting the hang of it, and it was only a matter of time until he fully mastered it. Hideki was not going to give up as he knew that it was going to take time. Not everyone was good at everything that they tried for the first time. The white haired Shinobi knew that all he needed was to practice. With practice, he is able to learn more than he would without any practice at all. Still walking around the trees, stepping on the leaves, he kept on going. The more he walked, he kept his breathing, chakra, and footwork under control.

After a few hours the clone was now confused, opening his eyes to see if his creator had left him, but he could not see him. Until the clone turned his head and notice that Hideki was right behind him. He finally did it, however that was only the beginning of his training. He had to now start running and make sure that each step was lighter than the first. It was now only a matter of time, as the clone closed his eyes once more, and then the white haired Shinobi started running instead of walking.

Now it was getting darker, and the sun was setting. This was much harder than Hideki thought, but he had to keep on trying because without hard work will come nothing at all. The Shinobi kept on trying and trying working hard on achieving what he wanted and that was to become a silent Shinobi. Since walking and running were different because the force that the foot touch the ground differ a lot. He knew that he would have to keep going without fail.

As he kept on training, he lost track of time, since it was now dark but it did not bother him at all. Ever since he was alone after his departure from the mist, he knew that there was only him and nobody else. This did not bring the Shinobi downward in sorrow, but instead brought him up in determination to become stronger.

A few hours have passed as it was a short time to reveal the sunrise that was coming up from the horizon. Hideki still was training diligently and with no breaks, he kept on going until he fully mastered the skill that he wanted to use against his opponents in the near future. The clone was still there having his eyes closed, listening to a few steps that Hideki making while he was running.

He almost had it, as he was so closed on being silent. He had to keep on trying until he fully got the hang of it. He knew what and how he had to do it, but the thing was that it was not something people can do easily. This determination was not going to go unfinished and he knew that he was going to see through to the very end.

It was roughly afternoon and he finally mastered the stealth that he wanted to achieve. The clone burst into the mist, and that concluded the training that Hideki had done. He felt that he accomplished all the steps in becoming a skilled Shinobi that is silent in the mist.

After the first part of the training the Shinobi rested for the rest of the day reflecting on his first training and how he did. The first training was to become silent like a shadow, but more like a shadow that has been hit by the sun. Basically being invisible, which was something that was a bit difficult for the Shinobi to do, but with practice he was able to master it. He knew that with this skill he was able to do many things in the shadows or in the mist. This Shinobi was one step closer to becoming a great Shinobi.

It was getting closer to night time, while the skilled Shinobi was getting ready for his next training and that would be to advance his speed to the next level. However first he was going to sleep the night so when he will wake up, he will feel well rested for his next objective that will push Hideki to go beyond his limits. This will help Hideki in battle, and anything that will stand in his way. He took his sword from his back and stab it into the ground. He then lay down right next to the sword as he fell asleep.

Many hours later the sun rises and it was time for the white haired Shinobi to wake up and start training. Once he had awoken from his deep slumber, he knew that if he used his sword's weight to his advantage to become faster it will help him utilize the sword better. However, even just that would not be enough for Hideki to gain the speed that he needed. This will be his hardest training so far so he needed to stand focused on his work and effort to become a faster Shinobi than he already was. It was only a matter of time, but it will take a lot of time to become a faster Shinobi.

Hideki got up from the ground, dusted himself off, grabbed the handle of his sword, and pulled it out of the ground. He pointed the sword in the air, and the weight of the sword was still a little heavy, but he knew that holding the sword will help him become stronger and faster. He swung his sword downward to the right and then to the left. He kept on swinging his giant sword left and right and then up and down. He kept on swinging his sword in the same formation, left, right, up, and down only to keep doing this until he felt that he needed to do something else to benefit his training.

After an hour of doing that, he stopped, placed his sword back on his back, and started running as fast as he could, even though he was still at the same speed but with the sword on his back he was able to use his weight in order to push himself to go further. He kept on running and running as fast as he could and he knew that he could keep on going until he felt that he was ready to go and start another part of his training.

He kept on running and running until he was ready to stop, and once he stopped he had taken his right hand over his head and grabbed the handle of his sword, swinging it out rapidly pointing it out straight forward. Then he swung the sword around all over the place. He knew that if he kept on doing this routine he would be able to be faster than he ever was before. This was something that he wasted to do and he knew that he had to do what he had to in order to become faster.

A few hours passed by as the Shinobi switched over a few times, he was now a bit faster than he was a few hours ago, but he still needed a more training if he wanted to become the speed that he wanted to be. Still training, he kept on, pushing harder and faster than he would ever push himself before. He wanted this so badly that he forced himself to train every aspect of his training harder. Like every swing was pushed further, when he ran, he ran faster he just wanted to push beyond his limits.

After a few hours he finally stopped, now he was getting faster, but he knew that it was not enough until he knew that he would have to do better in order to reach his full potential. He knew that if he wanted to use something of more weight, and Hideki knew just what to use. Taking out one of his scrolls, opening it, and then formed a hand seal, which came out a puff of smoke. Out appeared Hideki's hard bought favorite Weapon and that was his sword. Now Hideki started swinging his sword around in different directions and then he kept doing that every other hour and he still kept on running when he wanted every other hour he wasn't using the sword.

This kept on going until the next day. Once the sun rose upward, Hideki was now able to go at a speed that was normal when holding the giant weapons that will always slow him down until Hideki gets stronger. However, when he does not carry the Weapon, he is able to go faster than he was and this is the secret advantage that would help Hideki against opponents in combat.

Now that Hideki is faster, he will be a threat to whoever comes against him.

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Re: Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

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Post by Hideki on Sat Feb 11, 2017 1:27 pm

It was nice to have a day where no one was around to bother you for a fight or to talk to about anything that would annoy him. It was actually refreshing that Hideki could have some time to relax and do whatever he needed to do. Since it was a nice day and he felt so calm relaxed while he stood in an area where one side he saw grassy fields and on the other side was a mountain with rocks on top that looked to be unstable. Hideki knew that he should spend this time alone wisely. He looked up at the mountain as he wondered about something when he last trained to become faster. He needed to build his speed even more than he ever could but the problem was how he could build speed if he was already fast enough. That was the problem; enough was not going to cut it for the future battles, especially against that guy from the graveyard. This guy from the graveyard had made Hideki work harder than he ever could and it was also to impress Mana. He wanted to become someone she could look up to as someone more than a friend. He wanted to protect her more than he wanted to rule the world. Hideki felt that this one girl was important to him but he still felt that he did not deserve her since he was who he was and he did not know who he was going to become. It was a scary thought because if he turned out to become the most evil in the world then he would lose her forever. However if he changed then there is a chance that they could be together. He knew he wanted to be with her but when it came down to it all he was evil. He knew that he would choose the evil road before the right road.  Then a memory came to his mind when he remembered about his last mission where he saved that girl. That girl affected him like no other; it was strange that one little girl opened his heart with just her being pure. She barely said anything, but she was still able to put some heat into the cold dark heart of Hideki. The Frost Walker hated the fact that he was easily changed. He hates to admit it that Mana and this little girl changed him but he was not going to let it control his life. What the Frost Walker did not realize was that this heat would be his downfall in the future. It would be up to him if he allowed it or not. Forced to decide if he would walk the path of love or emotionless but he still walked the path of coldness since it is what he knows. Hideki was still new to the love and he did not understand how it was to care for someone, to understand someone.. Peace was a word that meant nothing to him until that day when he met Mana.

I wonder if she is still in the frozen country, and what is she doing. I would like to see her again. I miss her, Hideki thought in his mind as he felt his heart warm up when he thought about her. However, he noticed it and it startled him a little bit. He still had trouble believing that he felt so strongly about someone else. He needed to find out if this feeling was what people called it love or was it something that she had done to him. He could not figure it out but he knew he would have to see her again to make sure. While he was smoking a cigarette, he thought more about her and the past that they shared since every day that had past he could not stop thinking about her. Even in prison, he thought about her and this was an odd thing about him but he stilled lived every day to his fullest. With each day that had past the Frost Walker thought of different ways to become stronger, faster, and more experienced. Exhaling the smoke from his mouth as he walked over to the mountainside, where he came across a rock wall. On top of this wall were giant rocks on the edge about to fall. This wall was about twenty feet high, and Hideki forced enough chakra into his hand. With the other hand, he grabbed his cigarette from his mouth and flicked it into the air beside him. Then with a determined look, he punched the wall with his hand that was full of chakra. The force vibrated the wall and down came falling the rocks one by one. The Frost Walker bent his knees a bit and started to run up the wall as fast as he could while he kept focus on dodging all the rocks ahead of him. The first rock was coming down and Hideki had to dodge it before the boulder killed him. The Frost Walker quickly dodge the first rock then the second and then the third, but then it was getting harder since it was two rocks falling down. The Frost Walker knew what he was going to do as he figured the rocks could hit him if he was not careful. He first dodged to the left then he right before his left foot touched the wall he forced chakra into it to push himself upward toward the right to dodge the second boulder that was inches away from hitting Hideki. The Frost Walker was not going to give up and he knew that he had to be faster no matter what happens. He had to prove to himself that he could break his own limits with hard work and perseverance.

Three boulders were now in front of the Frost Walker all side by side but one was ahead by two feet each. Hideki still reacted quickly as he was now in the middle running and he was going to wait for the right moment run in between the first two boulders and ignore the third in general since it would not mean anything to try to get himself killed. Once he got close, enough he quickly got through the gap and then what he did not realized was that he saw the fourth rock about a few feet ahead of him, with his left foot he forced himself to go upward in a left angle. He dodges it within seconds to spare, as he reached the top of the cliff. Breathing heavily he wondered if that what was needed to get faster was to put himself in danger to unleash his spirit within. He figures he should practice more with this so he ended up doing more of the same training in different close areas. He did this until he perfected the art of dodging using speed. He had many narrow escapes but he did it and he knew that he was going to keep going until he had gotten it on hundred percent. Hours went by as the Frost Walker felt his dodging speed went up and now it was time to build his speed to be faster than he ever was.

He went back to the first place he started training. Now there were many giant boulders on the ground. This was great for the Frost Walker since he could also use these boulders for his second part of his training. He picked up a giant boulder as he utilized all of his strength to throw the boulder into the air, then by bending his knees he ran as fast as he could to beat the boulder before it landed. However, the boulder landed minutes before the Frost Walker made it past the landing point of the boulder. Hideki did this for a few more times as the Frost Walker was not going to give up. He needed to increase the speed no matter what he had to do. He felt that if he were to give up then the guy from the graveyard would never ever consider him another rematch. Hideki was so determined to win against him since he felt like he could do nothing without him saying that he could. It does not even matter if Hideki lost again, what matter most to the Frost Walker was at least getting one hit to make his point across to him and himself. One hit was all he needed to make sure that he could take the next step to further his future. The Frost Walker kept on doing his part of his training for a few more hours as he could tell himself that he was getting faster as much as he was also getting tired. Hideki knew that he was going to keep trying to improve his speed no matter how long he took. He ate his words, as he trained days, only to fall on the ground many times as he rested but when he had gotten back up he kept on going. He kept on pushing himself to do more until there was no more left. The Frost Walker knew that if he were to keep going until the very end where he could not go any further, and in that moment is when he knew to keep pushing himself until he collapsed. Every time he fell to the ground, he slept for a few hours, and then once he awoke the Frost Walker drank some water and ate a little snack. He also smoked a cigarette to fully feel relaxed, and then back to training. This speed training actually kept on going for a full week straight, with the Frost Walker so much faster than he ever was before, as he felt accomplished that he had finally pushed himself to break his own limits. The Frost Walker walked to the nearest tree, lean his back against the bark and slid down. Once his buttocks was fully on the ground the Frost Walker smiled as he fell asleep for a full week straight.

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I'd also use it to claim Hiding in the Surface Technique

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Re: Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

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Re: Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

Post by Hideki on Tue Feb 14, 2017 11:38 am

Hideki had always wanted to become a shinobi and serve his home village and now the dream had become true. He had never wanted anything else or had he expected to become anything else and the day he graduated from the academy was one of the happiest day of Hideki’s life so far. He had finally felt like he had begun the life he had always imagined. This life or lifestyle was wonderful and Hideki loved it dearly, however as he had yet to make his mark on the village due to his inexperience and young age, he had so far only been assigned to low ranking mission basically doing chores around and surrounding the village. This was not what Hideki had wanted, but he knew that he had to start at the bottom and then, through hard work and effort, he would rise to become an important support for the village and its people.

One of the consequences of his new position as a shinobi of the village was that his days were filled with work either in the form of doing mission, sparring at the training grounds or simply trying to improve his various forms of ninjutsu. This strict routine had Hideki becoming increasingly stressed and tense, it had been too long since he had last truly had more than a moment to himself. His missed that from his life before becoming a shinobi.
It was as Hideki was consumed by these thoughts sitting on the porch overlooking the beautiful rock garden of his family home that he made his mind up came to a decision: he was going to take a few days off, pack a few supplies and leave the comforts, but stressed environment of the village and walk alone out in the landscape living off the land and camp under the stars. Reenergized by this decision Hideki sprang to his feet and walked with determination into the house and started packing. He didn’t want to bring too much so he settled with bringing with simplest of gear, an old bedroll made from woven bamboo with a thin woolen cover and food and water for two days. Just to be on the safe side he also chose to bring his shinobi kit, but wanted to leave anything else behind.

Leaving the village Hideki could almost feel also leaving all of the tension and stress that had been building up for some time behind as well. As the village gates was out of his line of sight, so did he put everything else, but the weather, the landscape and road out of his mind. This was a time to relax and enjoy his freedom.

Having walked continuously for several hours Hideki saw the setting sun and decided for himself that it was time to set up camp for the night. The surrounding area was more or less barren there was no hill around, no foliage to speak up and no water source. Having no good alternatives to a good campsite, Hideki went a few hundred meters away from the road and rolled up the bedroll. Sitting on the bamboo roll overlooking the flat and barren terrain while eating some of the food he had brought with him, Hideki felt truly alone in the world and that was incredible.

The calmness of this tundra like areas with the barren plateau was wonderful. The only sound in the air was the quiet whisper of the wind and the howls of a couple of wolves competing over some sort of dead animal miles away. Laying on his back and watch the bright stars was the last thing Hideki saw that day. And what a day it had been.

Hideki awoke as something was crawling across right leg, jumping to his feet and making several frantic motions he saw that it was a very, very tiny arctic mouse which now scrambled away from Hideki to seek refuge underneath a nearby rock. Watching the small four legged animal run away Hideki felt his muscles beginning to relax and a wave of relief, he had feared the worst, but now he felt silly; small critters were to be expected even in the barren landscape.

Other than the earlier scare Hideki’s morning was perfectly fine. He ate and drank some more of his supplies, looking through his remaining food and water; he realized that he would either have to find a water source soon as he had consumed more than half of his water already. Food was not yet a problem, but he had to be careful not to overeat otherwise he would only have for another day. While packing the remaining food and water and rolling the bedroll up Hideki gazed out over the horizon and spotted the tops of trees in the far distance. Not wanting to stop his trip already he decided to try and reach that forest today. He would most likely be able to find water and something to eat between the trees.

During the walk further out across the barren landscape towards the far off forest was harder than Hideki had expected. He had lived all his life in the frozen country and while he was accustomed with the cold dry air of the area took its toll on him. Only a few hours into the day he had already more than once been forced to take a sip of water. Due to his chakra affinity for water Hideki had a bigger need for being hydrated than most other people, and another three hours into the journey he had almost completely used up all of his water. The situation was beginning to become troublesome, Hideki even thought of trying to use of water element jutsu to try and gain some water, it was test of willpower to continue. Then he saw the shadows.
Looking up from the snow he had been walking on and staring at for hours, he saw the beginning of the forest with large tree providing shadow and comfort. Invigorated by the sight of shade and the possibility of water nearby, he rushed forward quickly setting foot on the forest floor and then continues in the search of water. Hideki didn’t have to run very far into the forest before he heard the wonderful sound of flowing water and looking around a large oak tree, he found a little stream. Kneeling at the edge of the water he filled his water containers and had enough water to finally remove the try ache in the back of his throat.

Having the most pressing of his needs under control, Hideki turned to the next issues; a place to sleep, preferably somewhere dry and to find some food. Deciding it would be best to find a new camp site first Hideki didn’t have to look very long or very far; only a good fifty or sixty meters from the little stream a medium sized willow made the perfect camp site. The hanging branches of the willow would keep most water out in case of rain and it was close enough to the water for both comfort and functionality. Preparing for the night was quickly done as he only had to roll out the bamboo roll and using a large branch he dug a little fire pit.

Though Hideki wanted to try and go find some food the day was already coming to an end and walking around in the darkness of the forest at night was not very ideal, thus he settled with eating the remainder of his supplies and the quench his thirst at the stream. Listening to the flowing water, the waving tree crowns and the late night chipping of the different birds of the forest made for the lullaby that put Hideki to sleep that night.

The next morning Hideki was up as the first birds began their morning song. The meal the night before had not been as filling as one could hope and Hideki decided to spend his day finding and preparing food both for the impatient stomach and for the journey home to the village. His supplies were all but gone and if he wanted to return to the village with possibly dying of dehydration or at least return in good health, he needed to resupply.

One of the basic ways of finding food was obviously to take advantage of his surrounds. The stream was close by and a nice freshly caught fish would sure brighten up the morning as breakfast. The water of the stream was clear as glass and the slow water flow made visibility very high. Hideki made himself comfortable on top of a boulder right at the edge of the water, then staring intensive down on the water trying to find any potential fish. As he waited, he found three senbon from his kit, these small weapons should, like hit correctly, instantly kill the fish. Knowing from the experience from using water techniques that what you see looking through the water is actually slightly off and the object or fish in this case is slightly shifted. His father had once tried to explain why to Hideki; it was something about the way the light hit the water surface. To increase his chances of hitting the fish Hideki had decided to thrown three senbon at a time forming a perfect triangular form.

Having sat and watched the water for a few hours Hideki finally saw a glimmer of something interesting downstream. Following the silvery glimmer with his eyes as it came closer and closer Hideki was finally able to identify the fish. It was a Silver Salmon, having spent a fair amount of time at the fishing port; it was easy recognizing the fish which by the way have a wonderful taste. With a swift motion the senbon took air and then pierced the silver chainmail of the salmon. Hideki jumped off the boulder and into the water to grab the fish, which was now making the last few twitches before death. The salmon was a beauty with a weight of about 9 pounds, a nice weight of a fish of this species.

Having gotten the salmon out of the water and gutted it with his kunai, Hideki collected some dry grasses, twigs and branches and made a fire at the camp. Then using a large flat stone, he had found near the stream, as a frying pan. While Hideki was not a very skilled cook he had been able to find a few different edible mushrooms which would make very delicate stuffing. As he was waiting for the fish to be done Hideki went searching for some more food in the forest floor. Not wanting to burn the fish he didn’t stray from the camp and was only able to find a small bush of hazelnuts and near barren bush or blueberries, he picked the few remaining berries, barely a handful, and about two dozen nuts before returning to camp, just in time to attempt to save the fish from turning into charcoal.

The meal was certainly interesting as the fish wasn’t tender as he had hoped, but very crushing, the skin had the same color as the, now burned, wood he had used to make the fire. The mushrooms had constancy as sawdust, luckily the blueberries saved this day by giving a little flavor and freshness to the meal. Soon deciding he had had enough to eat Hideki disposed of the remains of the fish (it was mostly untouched) and once again left the camp to try and hunt. If he wanted to gather provision a single fish wouldn’t get him very far.

Hideki being born and raised in the village had no experience in hunting, but he and his father had however spent a lot of time outside trying to find different small critters and he was taught how he could use these animal trials to find water sources. Creeping through the forest with a few senbon in hand was surprisingly interesting, while he wasn’t as stealthy as he thought himself to be; he more than once lost potential prey because he accidentally stepped on a stick. Several hours into the hunt he was close to giving up, then suddenly in front of him a deer came crashing through some large bushes, without spending time to be in awe Hideki thrown the senbon at the neck of the large deer. As soon as he had moved the deer heard him, but it was too late, the senbon buried deep into its neck instantly severing the spine and the deer fell over before making a few last movements.

The deer was beautiful and just the right size. Hideki judged it to be just around sixty pounds, he threw it over his back and went back towards the campsite. As he walked back to the camp he saw that the remains of the fish was gone, it had probably been eaten by a hungry fox that had passed by. The camp itself looked exactly like how he had left it, using the wire from his shinobi kit Hideki hung the deer in its hind legs at a nearby tree. Even though he had no experience of butchering an animal, he had seen before, how it was done: Hideki started by a cut around the leg right below the joint where the wire held the animal up, then cutting down the leg towards the lower region of the animal and repeating the same procedure at the other back leg. Next was connecting the two cuts and pulling the rest of the “coat” of the deer off before cutting the head and front legs off at the outer joint. That only left pulling out the guts and throwing these away, Hideki did however keep the heart as he knew that it was very nutritious.

That night the air around the camp was filled with the smell of venison cooking. The “pan” from earlier had been cleaned in the stream and was only filled with thin long pieces of heart being fried. The main carcass had been divided into the legs and back, each pat being spit roasted over its own fire nearby. Using a little imagination and a lot of wire Hideki had invented a easy way for turn the different roasts without leaving his comfortable seat in the bamboo mat. The second meal cooked over the open fire was not the same as the first.

The following morning Hideki found himself straining under all the extra weight of the meat as he was preparing to travel home. As he started his journey home he thought of the reason he had left in the first place; he had felt pressured and frustrated by the increasing load of missions, most of which were dull and in his mind not fit to be done by a shinobi. Under this little vacation the stress of everyday life had disappeared as he didn’t have to worry about anything other than how to find his own food and the difficulty of not burning this food while attempting to cook it. Mentally he felt relaxed and had learned to be more patient and the rest in himself. Hopefully the experiences he had during this little trip would help him in stressful situation to come.

Walking through the village gates Hideki saw the wandering looks by the guards watching the gate as he went through them carrying a great deal of cooked venison. This had been a great experience and very likely one he would repeat some other time.

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Using this to increase Movement Speed SC from B rank to A rank
Since I can use the words for something else, I'm going to use them to get my final SC, since clan SC's do not count towards total and increase it to B rank 500/1500 = 2,000
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Re: Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

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Re: Out in the wilderness, the wind howls

Post by Hideki on Thu Feb 16, 2017 12:29 pm

Full of energy.

Fully restored to his normal self.

His newfound power maybe the key to his future’s success.

Rukasu, with more motivation, and moving forward without anyone to bring him down. The criminal knew what he was going to do next and he knew that there was a lot more in store for this next training. The criminal just did not care how hard it was going to be. All he cared about was getting more power from anywhere that he could get his hands on it. Whether the power is good or evil, the criminal will endure anything just to gain it and become who he meant to become in this world. It was nightfall as it was as dark as it can be but the criminal’s aura shined the way. The criminal new aura felt as if he was on fire on a whole other level, and this felt so good to him. He could not believe that he had improved so much and this was something he wished his parents were able to see. He knew that one day he will see them but when it came to death the criminal was never ready to accept death. He was going to live as long as he could to get everything he ever wanted in this world. The criminal was not going to stop until he gets it in his hands so he could do whatever he pleases with it.

His aura shined bright black with red and a hint of yellow. The energy flowed through his body, as he felt better than he had ever felt in his entire life. Rukasu walked over to the giant boulder weighing about three times his weigh as he grabbed a hold of the boulder, picking it up as he had the boulder to his chest level. He started walking straight forward with the boulder. It was heavy for the criminal but wanted to be stronger as well as being fast. He knew that he should always push his limits to exceed what he could never do the day before. He walked systematically as sweat fell down his face. The criminal breathing was normal as he kept his aura flashing brightly and with each step, he exhaled air. The criminal kept on walking further gradually, not looking back, but keeping his head straightforward looking at the destination. His arms were feeling heavy, but the criminal would not ever give in he forced chakra to his legs to keep him from falling. He felt as if the gravity was pushing him downwards but he used the chakra in his legs to keep him stabilized. The criminal was not going to give up nor let this boulder over power him. Rukasu knew that if he ever wanted to make it to the top he would have to push himself every day to do better. Everyday always had to be better, like better killing and better utilizing his skills. He knew that there was numerous possibilities where he could learn to improve. The criminal was always insane and had a big ego but when he lost to that guy back in the graveyard, he focused on becoming someone that could be the best that he has ever been. The criminal was not going to let someone like that put him to shame. Rukasu needed to make sure that he needed to improve every single part of him to the fullest and even then push it further.

His distance was to cover 91.44 meters, which is the same size of a football field. The criminal was half way as he kept on walking further, holding this giant boulder as he could feel his arms getting weaker. Rukasu kept ignoring the pain since he wanted power; he was going to achieve this power no matter how much pain there was to endure. The criminal will endure it all no matter what he faced in his life. It was a bit crazy that he had to push himself so far to gain a new power. With each step that had to take, the boulder got heavier as if that could not be possible but the criminal felt it as he endured the pain. Rukasu thought if he took his mind off the pain, he would be able to focus on the destination ahead of him. The criminal thought of someone special as his faced changed from tired to determination.

I wonder what is she doing right now, I really hope she is fine. I miss her, Rukasu thought to himself, as he still is shocked that he feels this way for someone else that only showed him peace. The criminal could not understand it at all but he felt this need to see her, hold her, and tell her that everything will be okay. The criminal knew that there is an organization out to get her, but why would they go after her. Rukasu never knew that answer. Did she attack one of them, or did they want her bounty? The criminal never knew and he did not want to find out too late. He figured he ask her before it was too late. Rukasu did not want to see her dead at all. He grown many feelings for her and he hoped that she did as well. The criminal wanted to show her his new powers and he hoped that maybe one day she would fall for him as well.

Mana, that one girl he could not get his mind off and he thought if she was okay. He hoped that nothing had happen to her, and this was something that stuck to him since he had that strange dream. It was clear that thinking about helped the criminal in his training. He just worried about her and wanted to prove to her that someone like him could change but he knew it would be a tough road ahead of him. He also remember about his first dream where it basically showed him that no matter where he go or how much he changed he would end up still evil as ever. He did not know if this evil was the source of his power or it could be what drove him further to his goals. The criminal did not know what he was supposed to do in the future. However, the criminal did not know if he was still capable to achieve it. It was strange because the criminal also thought that Mana could be the one that drove him to do better. The criminal was so confused but he continued to keep walking. The criminal knew that he will see her once again and he will ask her the unthinkable but even that is a secret. The criminal was not going say it aloud or even think about it. He was going to wait until that day he sees the girl once again.

Rukasu felt that he needed to understand what was going on at hand since he was going to lose his way. A little passed the three-fourths mark the criminal was almost there as he kept on going without stopping this whole time. He knew that once he dropped this boulder he will feel very light and the stronger. The criminal wanted to see a few people once more and this was something that he needed to do. It was as if he needed to prove to them that he is now worthy enough to be at their level. The criminal has worked hard to get this far so he needed to work harder so that he would be able to do surpass the people he had encountered over the years. Rukasu devoted his life to be the best that ever way and to rule this world or at least part of it. He wanted to prove to the guy in the graveyard that he was worthy enough to become a ruler of a nation. Maybe then that guy would respect Rukasu enough to fight him without a clone.

Every time he thought about that day when he fought, the clone thinking he fought the real one really burned him inside. He did not want to kill someone like him but he wanted to hurt him badly. This guy needed to respect the criminal and he was going to get no matter what anyone says. Rukasu also knew that this guy was not at full strength so the criminal needed to work hard to make sure that he hits him as least a few times. Rukasu's goal before his giant master plan, and he needed to do this because if he did not he would never forgive himself. His aura still shined brightly as the criminal felt that this aura was a symbol of change that he can go further in his life to pursue big and better things.

Finally, he reached the end. The criminal took an hour break, and then picked up the boulder with more ease as he walked back. The criminal did this all night and all day. After three day, the criminal felt so strong that he grabbed a boulder five times his weigh and walked the 91 or so meters back and forth for a few hours. Then the criminal started punching all the boulders with one punch breaking them instantly. The criminal had improved so much that he kept on his training for another weak just to master his newfound strength.

Soon the criminal will be strong enough to fight off anyone that stands in his way.

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Improved Endurance to B rank
Since this is dedicate training, I'll also increase Elemental Talent to B rank
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