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After the Fourth Great Shinobi World War ended, the world was experiencing a time of peace. The villages for once were able to live in relative harmony with one another as they rebuilt, and for once, all seemed to be well. The kage were able to live peaceful lives and soon began retiring, passing on the baton to the next generations. That is until an unknown virus infects the northern coast. The first to fall is the once powerful Raikage, Ay. While many thought this virus was a simple mutation of what may have well been the flu, no one would ever think of the destruction it would cause. Especially when it infected a certain Uzumaki Naruto.
With his death came the malice; with the malice came the destruction; with the destruction came the shinobi' revolt; and with the revolt came the sacrifices. The Bijuu became filled with malice that they sought to destroy the world. Shinobi sought a way to fight them and once again capture each of the Bijuu. Time passed, and a plan was devised. The Jinchuuriki would be sacrificed for the greater good of the world, and with the deaths of nine individuals, an uneasy peace began.
As time continued, the villages began to truly restructure. In a peace that would last 80 years after the downfall of the Bijuu, the world would see the creation of a great many things. Technology was beginning to take root and before long the blossoms that grew from the tree of the advanced mind would bear fruit. A many great things came to be. A railroad between the vast many nations. Mechanical limbs to replace lost ones. Radios that could reach between villages. Everything seemed to be becoming less reliant on the shinobi. Only the need for them never truly vanished. As with the growth of time, also continued the growth of malice.
The kage smiled in approval when her nephew hit the mark with all six this time. Approaching him, she ruffled his silver hair.
“Good job. Try it one more time, and if you get them all in, you get to pick what I teach you next.”
She gave him a cheshire grin. Hikari didn't know all of her paper skills. Demonstrating them might be fun. But they were working on his accuracy, so she wanted to ensure that last throw wasn't just a fluke.
Post by Origami Hikari on Oct 27, 2014 23:32:48 GMT
paper plane on the wind
A shot of happiness ran through his heart and brain as his aunt said she would show him a new jutsu if he managed to do it again. That sounded pretty fair. Making more paper shuriken the young Origami boy focused on his target and let the shuriken fly, each of them hitting inside the circle, much closer to the center than the last batch. It was enough to put a smile on the boy's face. "Guess you have to teach me a new jutsu Auntie...um...how about those paper wings I've seen you use before?" It was one of the most impressive things he had ever seen.
The happiness the boy showed gave Kimiko a warm feeling. She didn't need her own child when she could dote on her cute nephew instead.
"Guess you have to teach me a new jutsu Auntie...um...how about those paper wings I've seen you use before?"
A smile played on the woman's pink lips. Go big or go home, eh? Not a bad notion at all, kid. Pulsing chakra into her body, Kimiko looked upward to the sky, letting herself dissolve into the papers, the pages floating on the wind to multiply and reform to a floating figure with massive wings of sandy-white. Flitting over to the boy, she scooped him up in her arms and held him against her chest.
“If you wanna fly, kiddo, you can't be afraid of heights.”
The wind from the wingflap was enough to dislodge the paper shuriken from the earth wall as she shot upward into the sky with the boy. She continued upward until the village of Sunagakure was no larger than the circle she'd drawn on the wall. Satisfied with the height, the kage folded her wings and released Hikari, allowing them to both freefall downward.
“What do you think, Hikari?” she yelled over the sound of rushing wind as they plummeted, “Wanna grow some wings?”
Post by Origami Hikari on Oct 30, 2014 23:06:05 GMT
paper plane on the wind
Watching as his aunt turned into some sort of paper angel made the little boy go wide eyed. It was always a sight to see. When he felt her scoop him up into the sky he held onto her clothes as he watched the ground beneath them shrink more and more before they were briefly over the village at a pretty insane altitude. That was when he felt her let go of him. "Uh...UH..PAPER WINGS C'MON PAPER WINGS!" He shouted as he focused his chakra around his body which resulting in paper just shedding off of his back. "UM AUNTIE, ITS NOT WORKING!"
The expression on the child's face was priceless. Even better was how he tried to perform the jutsu, pages flying away wildly, when she hadn't even shown him how it was done. Even if she showed him, the genin would need a few weeks of practice to be able to use the technique properly. She allowed Hikari to enjoy the freefall a bit longer until the buildings of the village no longer blended together, then grabbed hold of him and squeezed him against her chest, popping open the paper wings. The force of the wing pushing up on them caused an immediate stop in flight, pushing them upwards even, and she glided, flitting her wings a few times to hover over the Kage tower, setting the boy neatly on his feet. The pages that swirled around her reformed her own feet and she dropped lightly onto the tower's surface, the wings dissolving and melding back into her body.
“You seem to handle heights well enough. You didn't pee yourself, at any rate.” She stuck her tongue out at him. “We'll start with the full Shikigami no Mai before I teach you how to spread your wings.”
Making the handseals, she once again formed butterflies, allowing them to flutter around.
“That feeling of peeling pages from your body, try to do it with your entire body, rather than just a part of it.” Jutsu Used: Kami Guraidā [Paper Glider]
Post by Origami Hikari on Nov 3, 2014 22:46:32 GMT
paper plane on the wind
He closed his eyes as he felt the wind rush against his skin before it suddenly came to a sudden halt. Opening one eye he saw that his aunt had managed to catch him and slowly the pair began to descend onto the Kazekage building where his feet was firmly planted onto the ground that he missed while he was in the air.
Ignoring his aunt speaking about pissing himself in his own pants and he nodded his head when she said she would want him to learn the Shikigami no Mai technique instead as a more beginner friendly jutsu. "Alright...I think I can do that." He knew the handsigns at the very least, so after making said signs he imagined his whole body becoming nothing but paper. It took a moment to begin but soon paper began to shed from his everywhere around his body, soon nearly a complete third of his body was nothing more but floating slips of paper. "Hey, I'm doing it! Do I...do I make my entire body paper Auntie?"
Kimiko rest her weight on one hip, hand going to rest on the other, watching as the boy tried to do what was asked of him. He didn't do a bad job, really, and she poked at a couple pages that floated within reach.
"Hey, I'm doing it! Do I...do I make my entire body paper Auntie?"
“First let's see if you can put yourself back together before you try dissolving yourself into nothingness. The feeling of shedding your skin, try and reverse it as if you're trying to pull yourself back together.”
Post by Origami Hikari on Nov 14, 2014 2:00:42 GMT
paper plane on the wind
Reverse it? Well that was a bit of a tall order, now Hikari was starting to rethink this whole training session his aunt was giving him. Focusing his thoughts and chakra Hikari closed his eyes as he pictured himself becoming whole. One by one the slips of paper that slipped from his body began to lay themselves back into place. "I...I think I got the hang of i-" Before he could finish his sentence as well as reforming his body his split second loss of focus caused his left hand to suddenly explode into many pieces of paper, leaving the boy with a look of horror on his face as we waved around the stub that used to be his hand. "Wha auntie help! I lost my hand I don't know what to do, how am I gonna perform jutsu again? Help meeeeeeeeee."
The Kazekage watched in approval as the boy pieced himself together page by page.
"I...I think I got the hang of i-"
She blinked when his hand exploded into paper, however. That wasn't good; if he fell apart and couldn't put himself back together... it gave her the chills to think about what would happen to him.
"Wha auntie help! I lost my hand I don't know what to do, how am I gonna perform jutsu again? Help meeeeeeeeee."
Holding Hikari's head, Kimiko pulled him closer to her, hand tightening around the frayed stub so the pages of his arm couldn't continue to fly away.
“Calm down, Hikari. Your hand's not lost.” Releasing the boy's head, she gestred to the paper that was floating around them. “They look like lost sheets of paper, but they're still part of you, and you're in control of them.” She held up his stub of an arm. “When you perform the Shikigami no Mai, your body becomes paper as well. Regenerate the hand. Focus your chakra into your arm. You know what your arm and hand look like. You know how to fold paper. The pages will grow and make you whole once again, if that's what you tell them to do. Just don't lose focus.”
Post by Origami Hikari on Nov 19, 2014 19:25:16 GMT
paper plane on the wind
He felt the hand of his aunt on his head and looked up to her, his eyes beginning to water as her mere presence slowly comforted him and she gave him some advice on how to fix his problem. "O-okay. I'll try." He closed his eyes and focused, imagine his hand and body becoming solid once more. The slips of paper flying around him soon came together and piece by piece laid themselves upon his body making him complete once more, opening his eyes the young Genin took a look to see that everything was in place. "I did it! I did it auntie! I don't every want to go through that again though..."
Post by Origami Hikari on Nov 28, 2014 22:59:44 GMT
paper plane on the wind
"More practice huh? So should I try again? I can do something like my hand or foot again. Should I do that or should we move onto a different Jutsu?" It wasn't like he wouldn't mind trying again, he just had to be more careful. Of course perhaps it would be better to rest up and ease his mind. He had just nearly turned his entire being into nothing but scraps of paper. "Or uh, are we done for today Auntie?"
"More practice huh? So should I try again? I can do something like my hand or foot again. Should I do that or should we move onto a different Jutsu? Or uh, are we done for today Auntie?"
The Kazekage ruffled the boy's hair.
“That's enough for today. It's your day off, isn't it? Practice learning the Shikigami no Mai when you can, but be sure you're with someone. Once you get it down, I can teach you more advanced things.”
The boy giggled as he felt his aunt's hand on his head and ruffle up the hair that laid on top of it. "No problem auntie, I'll be sure to train as hard as I can!" Just then a thought occurred to him, it was almost dinner time and he was going to be late! "Oh I better get going too, its almost time to eat, would you um, like to come over Auntie? My parents haven't seen you in a while, I'm sure they'll love to see you again." The boy asked, with pleading eyes hoping that his aunt would agree to having something to eat with him and his parents. She had helped him out so much already it was the least he could do to repay the favor.