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Otoko Senju
Otoko Senju
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Clan Specialty : Ninjutsu
Village : Hoshigakure
Ryo : 3870

Day One at the Academy Empty Day One at the Academy

Tue Apr 25, 2023 10:39 pm
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The day had finally arrived when the newest batch of young ninjas were about to begin their training at the academy. Otoko, a seasoned village ninja, was tasked with demonstrating basic techniques and answering any questions that the young ones might have. He was nervous as this was his first chance to assist the academy ninja and he didn't want to mess it up. The academy grounds were buzzing with excitement as the children lined up to meet their new sensei. Otoko stood in front of them, donning his ninja attire, ready to begin his demonstration. "Welcome, young ones," Otoko said, addressing the children. "Today, you begin your journey to becoming great ninjas. But before we begin, I am happy to answer any questions that you might have."
A young boy in the front row raised his hand. "Sensei, what is a ninja?" he asked. "A ninja is someone who is trained in the art of stealth, combat, and espionage," Otoko replied. "Our goal is to protect our village and its people." Another child spoke up. "What kind of weapons do ninjas use?" "Ninjas use a variety of weapons, such as shuriken, kunai, and swords," Otoko explained. "But remember, weapons are only as effective as the person wielding them."

As Otoko finished answering the children's questions, he began to demonstrate some basic ninja techniques. He started with the most fundamental move of all - the stealthy walk. "Stealth is crucial for a ninja," Otoko said, as he began to walk in a crouched position, making as little noise as possible. "It allows us to move undetected and complete our mission." The children watched in awe as Otoko demonstrated how to move silently and blend in with the surroundings. The next technique he demonstrated was the art of throwing shuriken. "Shuriken are small throwing stars that can be used to distract enemies or even injure them," Otoko explained. "But accuracy is key." Otoko then proceeded to show the children how to throw shuriken with precision, aiming for a target on a nearby wall. The children watched in amazement as the shuriken hit the target with pinpoint accuracy.

After showing the children some basic techniques, Otoko encouraged them to try for themselves. He divided the children into groups and gave them some shuriken to practice with. At first, the children struggled to throw the shuriken accurately. But with Otoko's guidance and encouragement, they soon began to improve. Some children even began to hit the target consistently. "Very good," Otoko said, applauding their efforts. "Remember, practice makes perfect. With enough training, you will be able to perform these techniques with ease." As the training session came to an end, Otoko gathered the children together once again. "Remember, being a ninja requires discipline, determination, and perseverance," Otoko said. "It won't be easy, but if you are willing to put in the effort, you too can become great ninjas."The children nodded, eager to continue their training."Good luck on your journey, young ones," Otoko said, as he bid them farewell. "And may the ninja spirit guide you always."

The children left the academy grounds, excited to begin their journey to become great ninjas. As Otoko watched them leave, he couldn't help but feel proud. He knew that one day, these children would become great protectors of their village, just like he was. In conclusion, Otoko was able to assist the young ninjas by answering their questions and demonstrating basic ninja techniques. He was able to show them the importance of discipline, determination, and perseverance in becoming a great ninja. The children left the training session with a newfound sense of excitement and eagerness to continue their training. Otoko knew that these children would need a lot of practice and training to become skilled ninjas, but he was confident that they had the potential to become great protectors of their village.

As a seasoned ninja, Otoko knew that training and practice were essential in honing one's skills. He had spent years perfecting his craft and had become one of the most skilled and respected ninjas in the village. But he also knew that being a ninja was more than just mastering techniques and weapons. It required discipline, focus, and a strong sense of purpose. Over the next few weeks, Otoko continued to assist the academy ninja by training and guiding the young ninjas. He showed them different techniques, such as the art of camouflage, the use of smoke bombs, and hand-to-hand combat. He also taught them about the importance of strategy and planning in completing a mission successfully. The young ninjas were eager to learn and improve, and Otoko was happy to see their progress. They began to move with more agility and speed, and their accuracy with shuriken and kunai improved greatly. They also learned how to work together as a team, supporting and encouraging each other in their training.

As their training continued, Otoko noticed that some of the children were struggling to keep up with the others. They seemed to lack confidence in their abilities and were becoming discouraged. Otoko knew that he needed to help these children overcome their fears and doubts. He spent extra time with them, providing one-on-one guidance and encouragement. He showed them that everyone has their strengths and weaknesses and that with practice and determination, they could overcome any obstacle. Slowly but surely, the children began to improve, and their confidence grew. They were no longer afraid to make mistakes, and they learned to use their failures as a learning opportunity. Otoko was proud of their progress and knew that they were on the right path to becoming skilled ninjas.

As the training came to an end, Otoko gathered the young ninjas together one last time.
"I am proud of each and every one of you," Otoko said, addressing the children. "You have all shown great determination and perseverance in your training, and I have no doubt that you will become great ninjas one day." The children cheered and thanked Otoko for his guidance and training. "Remember, being a ninja is not just about mastering techniques and weapons," Otoko continued. "It's about having the right mindset, staying focused, and working together as a team. If you keep these things in mind, you will become unstoppable." The children nodded, taking Otoko's words to heart. As Otoko watched the young ninjas leave the academy, he felt a sense of pride and satisfaction. He knew that he had done his best to guide and train them, and he was confident that they would become great protectors of their village one day. He smiled, knowing that the ninja spirit would always guide them.

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Ayato Hyuuga
Ayato Hyuuga
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Summoning Contract : Forest of Dreams Ravens

Living Clones : Natsuki
Familiar : Maneki
Legendary Equipment : Raiment of Eternal Fortune
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Clan Specialty : Taijutsu
Village : Hoshigakure
Ryo : 435700

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