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It's been five generations after the first war between Samurai and Shinobi. The five villages were founded shortly after and there has never been a war between them. Until now, all five villages have been off limits to the outside world, however the gates have been opened and ninja were allowed to travel between. But suddenly, kage are falling ill and no one knows who's behind it. The Hokage and Raikage both lie in comatose state, awaiting an answer as to what put them there.
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1 Do Your Best! (Wind training) [private] on Mon Dec 08, 2014 10:13 pm


Suna Chunin
Suna Chunin
This day would be one of a new discovery and great happiness for Hana. It would start off with the same soft voice floating through the room and into the girls ears. "Hana darling, it's time to wake up." The voice always made the girl roll over and smile. Then, she would stare at her ceiling. This would giver her time to wake up and get her mind into place before she moved. It would also giver her time to think thoughts she'd want to tell her dad. Every morning, she'd roll out of bed after smiling at her ceiling. Just as she did everyday, the girl would head to the bathroom where she would shower and get cleaned up. Next, she would return to her room and dress in her normal clothing, which consisted of a black T-Shirt, Blue Jean shorts, her shinobi sandals also black, and her headband. Her hair was always put up in a pony tail with two strands framing her face and her bangs covering her forehead. Last, she would pick up her necklace from her bedside and put it on.

Hana would exit her room when she was finished getting ready for her day. The journey of the day would then lead her to the table where her mother would leave her breakfast until she was ready for it. Hana was very grateful for her mother without her Hana would be lost. Without her mother, Hana wouldn't be where she was at this point in time. So, Hana would always smile and be the best daughter she could be. She also always looked forward to training no matter when or what it was. So, the girl would always be done with breakfast as fast as possible and standing next to the door awaiting her mother. However, she wouldn't have to wait too long before her mother came from what seemed like nowhere.

Hana would look at her mother, who carried nothing. Before she could even say a word, Hana's mother would speak, "You'll see darling." This would make Hana shrug and open the door allowing her mother to exit first. She would then follow the woman out. Hana would walk beside her mother as they headed towards the place Hana loved to train so dearly. Hana's mother believed it made her more focused and made her want to try harder. So, she didn't care ro make the journey to this spot. Hana's mother seemes slightly nervous but Hana wondered why this was so. On the way, the two had stopped at the store and Hana waited outside. When her mother exited, she disnt see that her mother had bought anything. 'Huh? i wonder why she went in there?' Hana would think this to herself and think about everything the shop sold. Still, she didn't figure it out.

The two ladies would finally make it to the area she always trained. They would stop just under the tree to look up through the branches as they always did before they began. After a moment, Hana's mother would turn towards the child and pull a small piece of paper from her pocket. "I want you to apply chakra to this ." Hana would say a word as she took the paper and focused chakra to her hand. It was almost as if she didn't even try. Before she knew it, the paper had ripped in half. Hana would look at it and blink. "Mama, what does that mean?" She would ask. Hana's mother would sigh almost as if she was a bit relieved. "That means your element is wind." This would make Hana tilt her head as she stared at the paper. "My element?" It was at this time Hana's mother would realize she had never taught such a thing to her daughter before. So, for a few minutes the two would stand and talk about the five elements as well as a few things Hana didn't exactly need to know at the moment. However, her mother believed the more she knew the merrier. So, during this time Hana would be educated about the other elements and then last about her own. She learned how all the elements related such as: which were inferior to which as well as, which were superior to which. For example, her element wind was superior to lightning but inferior to fire. It would take a bit of time for some of the things to sink into the girls head and it made her feel as if her head was spinning a bit. It took quite longer than Hana's mother expected to explain but eventually the girl got it. "You were gifted a good element. The best part is your father had the same one." This would make Hana stop and stare her mother in the face. Then, a big grin spread across from ear to ear. However, her face became blank again as questions ran through her mind. "Mama, what's your element?" Her mother would pet her head and smile. "We don't need to worry about that right now. All we need to worry about is training." Hana would sort of frown as her mother didn't answer her question. She was always keeping secrets and everytime she asked why the answer was. "Because with my work I need to keep secrets. Even from you. But no matter what I still love you so don't worry about it."

Hana would sit until her mother was done thinking. "I'm not an expert on wind training. That was more your fathers field. Though, I did read some about wind training in a book. One of our ancestors used the training but it'll be more simple for you." Hana would sit and listen to her mother. She had no idea what she was talking about but nodded and acted as if she did. The girl would watch as her mother pulled a flower petal from the tree and handed it to her. " Use your chakra to cut this. Hold it between your hands." Hana would do just as her mother said. She would hold it between her hands and focus her chakra there. However, when she opened them it was as if she hadn't even been trying. Nothing had happened to the petal. So, she tried again. Still no result. The girl would think a moment and then make a face as if a light bulb had just gone off inside her head. The girl would then close her hands and focus her chakra again. This time however, she did it a bit differently. When she opened her hands once more, she could see a small cut on the side of the leaf. This would make her grin though it faded when she realized she still had a way to go.

For the next few hours, Hana would spend her time cutting flower petals with her chakra. The first one had been cut within 45 minutes after trying many different ways. So, Hana took it upon herself to keep trying and trying. Eventually she got to a point where it still took her a few minutes but she was content with her work for the day. The sun was beginning to set and the girl was getting tired. So, after saying her goodbyes to her father the girl left the area with her mother. Today had been a good day. Hana was glad that she was growing as a Shinobi. She was getting closer and closer to her dream everyday.

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(Only cuz I got lazy. :P)

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