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Crisis: The Rank & Ryo Systems

Post by NC. Webmaster on Tue Jun 18, 2013 10:16 pm

THE RANK GUIDE.

These apply to all villages.

Genin
Genin meaning low ninja or junior ninja. They are the lowest level of ninja and also the ones that display the most difference in power. When they become genin, ninja start to do their bit for their village's economy – being sent on missions that the village gets paid for. They are typically sent either on D-rank missions, which are almost entirely risk-free  of manual labour, or, rarely, on C-rank missions, which are a cut above that and begin to verge on real "ninja" work that have a very low possibility of risk to the ninja involved.
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Chunin
Chūnin meaning Middle Ninja. Chunin are ninja who are qualified to watch over and guide other ninja. Chūnin have reached a level of maturity that primarily consists of leadership skills and tactical prowess. This is because the genin who don't have the skills to become chūnin are weeded out in testing. Some of them, like Iruka Umino and Mizuki, function as Academy teachers and others, like Shikamaru Nara, serve as team leaders in charge of small teams who need to make decisions and utilize the skills of the shinobi under their command to the maximum effect. Chūnin are typically sent on C-rank or B-rank missions.

To become a chūnin, a genin participates in a large examination, known as the Chūnin Exams and must complete a certain amount of number of missions to join the Chuunin Exams. The only exam seen in the series is a three-stage exam held in Konohagakure. Those who pass the test and become chūnin can wear an identifying flak jacket that holds ninjutsu scrolls. This vest is not mandatory; instead, some opt for more elaborate  like capes and robes.

Jounin
Jōnin meaning High Ninja or Elite Ninja. Jounin are generally highly-experienced shinobi with great individual skill who serve as military captains. They are often sent on A-Rank missions, and experienced jōnin may even be sent on S-rank missions (which are considered to be the greatest difficulty). It is not unusual for jōnin to go on missions alone. Jōnin are generally able to use at least two types of elemental chakra, some genjutsu, and above-average taijutsu skills.

It is as of yet unknown what one has to undergo to become one. It is mentioned that jōnin are appointed however there was mention of a Jōnin Exam in the anime's Kurama Clan Arc. When a ninja becomes a jōnin, they may be assigned three genin to look over. One part of their duties is to help instruct and train these genin to become competent ninja.[Currently where are only allowing two Jounin each village because we need the villages to have a equal amount of members, but once three more Genin join that village we will unlock another Jounin spot in that village]


Once three genin join a village, one Jounin may be made to be their captain.

Anbu
Anbu take orders directly from the Kage, performing special high-level missions, such as assassinations and torture. The ANBU usually work in teams formed to the requirements of the mission, ensuring maximum success. The shinobi in the ANBU are hand-picked by the Kage; chosen for their individual capabilities and special skills. Age, gender, background, or previous rank bear no weight in this decision. They wear their mask even in their own village, for their identity as an ANBU agent is to be known only by the Kage and village elders.

A jounin may be raised to the anbu by the Village Kage only.

Sannin
Sannin are known throughout their Village as Legends and as the strongest shinobi, only second to the Kage. There can only be at a maximum of 3 Sannin in a Village. Most Sannin are considered to be the next in line for the Kage position once a Kage dies or retires.


Three Sannin may be made once a village has a kage.

Kage
Kage is the highest rank a ninja may obtain inside a Village. A Kage leads their Village and dictates all things that goes within the Village, rather it be handing out missions, assigning teams or even filling out paper work. The village Kage is the strongest ninja in the hidden village. The Kage serves as the pillar upon which the village stands and the strength a village presents to the other ninja countries largely depends upon the strength of the Kage in power. They have excellent chakra and stamina and know the most jutsu techniques. Only the Five Great Shinobi Countries are allowed to call their head ninja by the Kage name.

Sandaime Hyozankage - Closed
Sandaime Sukaikage - Closed
Sandaime Kazankage - Closed
Sandaime Jokikage - Closed



Missing Ninja
Missing Ninjas are ninja who have abandoned their Hidden Village, and as such can include ninja of every rank. These ninja are considered traitors and are hunted down because of the secrets they may hold. Other Hidden Villages would be interested in purchasing this information because it could be useful in gaining an upper hand in battle or obtaining a bloodline limit unique to a village.

To become a Missing Ninja you must leave your village through RP

RANKING UP

These are Rank Ups, every knows that when you rank up your chakra capacity becomes larger. Ranking up also comes with a bonus of techniques. Most of the Rank Ups are done by Exams or for Nuke Nin it is by capturing a Bijuu to up the Bingo Book or killing someone at their rank. This is the Guide to know about Rank ups and acquiring new elements as you become stronger.

ACADEMY STUDENT TO GENIN

Every academy student will start without jutsu, without an element. Academy students will not pass this level unless they attend three Academy classes and take the final exams. These classes will teach them three basic jutsu that they will need to use during the final exams to pass on to the next level, Genin.

GENIN TO CHUUNIN

Every knows that to become a Chuunin you must pass the exam named "The Chuunin Exams". But our Chuunin Exams if the same as they did in the manga except for are written exam is not like most sites that just do questions you can look up in Google. This Guide is for all Village ninja but Nuke Nin are able to sneak into the Exams hidden as someone else but be warn that if any of the NPC Genin we make are to find out who you are, you will be tracked down and hunted, no matter if it is no killing rule in the Chuunin Exams.

Requirements to Sign Up for the Chuunin Exams: To sign up for the Chuunin Exams you must have completed a certain amount of missions. After those missions are completed you are now eligible to compete in the Chuunin Exams. Don't worry you will have enough time to complete the requirement of missions. To Enter the Chuunin Exams you must have an amount of 5 D Rank missions and 3 C Rank missions completed.

The Meeting Area: When the Exams starts up, you will be placed in a room with nothing but white furniture and other shinobi in their to discuss about who you are going to pair up with and get to know about any one in the Exams. Teams that were made with Jounin outside of the Chuunin Exams will have to arrive and sign up at the same time. People with out teams will have to find someone else without teams or we will create NPC Genin for them with their request of what personalities, appearances, and backgrounds they want the character to have. While in the Meeting Room, each Genin will wait for the NPC to post in the topic to lead them to there first test: Written Exam.

First Test: The Written Exam will be able to test your mind in how you fight in combat wise. To show what you would do in dangerous situations. We will give you a paper with situations on them such as you being stuck some where with know chakra what would you do type of things like that. Once you finish answering them, our rp mod will check the answers to rate on a scale of one to four. There will be a certain amount score that you need to advance to the next level. You can take the chance of cheating with a dice roll and if you win the dice roll you can cheat off another persons paper but if not and you fail..You will get kicked from Chuunin Exams.

Forest Gate Entrance: Once the Written Exam is finished, you will be escorted out side and have enough time to associate with others and will randomly become put in groups in the Forest of Death. You will wait until the gates open.

Second Test: The NPC in the front will finish putting teams together, and then yell out the teams name, after that he will unlock the gate and yell go but before you go he gives everyone a different scroll and tell them not to tell another team what scroll it is or open the scroll. The Genin Go into the Forest of Death and must fight it out until they have two of the different scrolls and report to the meeting base for the Third Exams.

Third Test: This is a basic tournament, where we watch your skill to see if your good enough to become Chuunin Even if you lose if you fight good enough you could become a Chuunin. Not all shinobi that win will become Chuunin. As Shown in the Anime with  when he defeated Neji and still didn't become a Chuunin.

CHUUNIN TO JOUNIN

Becoming Jounin is different from becoming Chuunin. Some people say it is more easier and some people say it is more harder but to become Jounin you must have completed a certain amount of missions and if the Kage sees that you are special and will need you to aid the village in war, you will become Jounin. Helping defend you village is another way to become Jounin.

Here is the amount of missions a Chuunin has to complete to become Jounin.

D Rank: 10
C Rank: 5
B Rank: 4
A Rank: 3
S Rank: 2

After completing these missions, you must make a topic with the Kage and he will give you a scroll that notifies that you are officially a Jounin

Also the Chuunin can go through a Jounin exam that will be given by the Kage and monitored by the Mods. Jounin exams will vary.

JOUNIN TO ANBU

To become a ANBU you must ask the ANBU Captain and he will give you a test by fighting you in combat and if he sees that you came close to beating him or showed some type of skill, he will allow you to join the organization but you will not be recognized in the organization fast so you must earn your respect to become ANBU Captain.

Upon Rank up
Student - Genin: 3 Tokens
Genin - Chuunin: 6 Tokens
Chuunin - Sp. jounin: 9 Tokens
Sp. - Jounin: 12 Tokens
Jounin - Anbu: 15 Tokens
Anbu - Sanin: 18 Tokens


Letter Rank up
These are the letter rank ups for Ninja that are in villages and would like to improve their rank, Letter wise.

E - D: Complete 10 Missions or have it rewarded to you through RP
D -C: Complete 15 Missions or have it rewarded through RP
C - B: Get a Total of 190 stat points  and 5 Missions: 1 S rank
B - A: Get a Total of 220 Stat points and 8 Missions: 2 S rank
A - S: Get a Total of 280 stat points and 15 Missions: 4 S rank at most.
S - SS: Get a Total of 360 stat points in all

MISSING NIN RANK UP

Village destroying:

B rank: 1 Minor village destroyed
A rank: 2 more Minor villages destroyed
S rank: 1 Major village with more then 3 active ninja in it.

Stealing Bijuu:

B rank: Catch a Bijuu/Jinchuriki
A Rank: Catch 4 Bijuu/Jinchuriki
S rank: Catch 8 Bijuu/Jinchuriki

Another way is killing:

B rank: kill one person and/or Bijuu wielder and take them captive if not dead.
A rank: Kill a jonin and/or two Bijuu.
S rank: Kill Anbu or higher and or three Bijuu./ Or 2 Kage


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Re: Crisis: The Rank & Ryo Systems

Post by NC. Webmaster on Tue Jun 18, 2013 10:17 pm

RYO SYSTEM.



Guest glad you can make it. Todays lesson will be about Ryo and what it is used for here on Naruto Crisis.

  • Ryo System

  • Buying Items

  • Making your very own Shop


Naruto: Crisis has one unique element to its system, called the Ryo System. It is not a simple statistic system as people might expect, rather it is a kind of currency or experience point system. These experience points, may be used to buy power-ups during battle by via PMing a mod. To be used to buy for your new custom techniques, and a lot of other things. Missions, Bounties, Looting from defeating other characters, and Jobs are the most common way to earn Ryo

Let's start with the first question that will come into mind, What is Ryo exactly?

Ryo will be the main experience points that you will use for your character in the forum. You may use the Ryo to buy power-ups during battle, for example increasing your hand seal formation speed, buy custom items which will be priced by the Application Moderators for you and register jutsu. The Ryo System presents new possibilities, and reduces the risk of overpowering. To get Items and Weapons you must be in a country that has a weapon and items shop. Then you will post their about what item you want. Everybody on the forum starts with different amounts of ryo.

Buying Items

Buying Items, weapons that are purely made up of your imaginative reach is possible with the Ryo System, as well as pre-made weapons. Once you create your weapon using the template, you may post an application on the weapon's shop. The mod will price it for you, and there is a specific price range depending of the rank of your weapon or item. The amount of Ryo will be deducted once the deal is sealed off. The process cannot be undone. Other weapons that are canon can be bought from in the stores inside of the villages, but remember to post IC in the topic with the store keeper and he will post IC back giving you the weapon.

Creating a Custom Shop

Here are a few things I would like to clear up.

1) Anybody can open a shop. They may sell items, and weapons. They can make equipment and sell them if they wish even if they do not use it themselves. Try to sell things reasonably; you're not gonna sell a C-Ranked weapon for a high price are you?

2) You are allowed to try and rob a store only when the shopkeeper is online. If you win the fight you will be able to take some of the shopkeeper's Ryo and maybe an item or two. Of course if the Shopkeeper refuses the fight you may take what you want freely. This is how much you are allowed to steal from the shop if the shopkeeper has the amount as well as items.
 If you are defeated and lost the fight however, well your fate is up to the shopkeeper. It't just luck.

3) You are allowed to haggle and lower the price if you are good with your words or the shopkeeper is nice enough. (Or you become a sneaky bastard and put the shopkeeper in a genjutsu.) But if the shopkeeper doesn't like it, he'll throw you out.

4) And above all remember to add the items and things you buy into your profile and have proof of purchase by showing the topic you purchased it in. You may not purchase and item for your alternate account.

Starting ryo with each rank:
Academy student/E rank: 500
Genin/D rank: 1,500 ryo
Chuunin/C rank: 3,000 ryo
Sp.jounin and Jounin/ B rank: 6,000 Ryo
Anbu/A rank: 7,000 ryo
Sanin and Kage/ S rank: 10,000 ryo

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