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Trev vs Guruguru
« on: September 29, 2016, 12:26:56 am »

Location: Zone 6, Plains.



Match is OOC.

Judge: Becquerel

My opponent has opted to let me go first.
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2016, 12:34:41 am »

The Yondaime slowly walked into the empty plains, his pace sluggish like a snail. The day was bright and sunny, with a faint breeze in the air. The Yondaime would eventually appear in the empty field adorned in his normal attire. If his opponent was there awaiting him, the Yondaime made sure to not step anywhere near him. Eventually the former Otokage would stand and await the start of the fight.

If his opponent had an eye for detail, they may notice the abundance of marked kunai hanging from his waist (10, marked with hiraishin) and a melody gauntlet attached to his right arm. Also adorned on the Otokage was an air pressure tube inside his right hand, and the Iwagakure kinjutsu mouths on his left hand and chest, with a clay pouch attached to his lower back. Although these were hidden and not readily seen. If his foe had knowledge of such things, he would be able to make out the cracks on the Yondaime signifying he was an Edo Tensei. If his opponent had sage training, the creature could see the constant flow of natural energy around the Yondaime, a result of his clan heritage.

The Yondaime would stand still and silent, awaiting for his foe to show up, or steadily watch him if he was already there.
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2016, 06:29:09 pm »

Guruguru sauntered into the open plains, his visage was generally hidden by the obsidian cloak and hood draped over his head; his facial features would be noticeable once he came closer to the Yondaime. Guruguru halted his movement once he was about twenty meters away from the Yondaime and the creature unveil himself to be somewhat of an oddity; this creature had a red gleam in his eyes.

"Oh great! I hope this guy isn't as annoying as his brother." Guruguru said as his spiral-like facial features were not the only thing that was odd, but his skin tone was a pale-milky white. Guruguru didn't have any noticeable ninja tools at his side, except the ninjato that was strapped to his side and a ninja pouch that was filled with nothing but explosive tags. Guruguru was well familiar with the Sage Arts and could feel the natural energy emanating from the Yondaime, it was enough to be make the creature shudder with anticipation. The creature was also observant to the other details were noticeable, such as the man being an Edo Tensei and the variety of ninja tools that he was ordained with; it also helped that his active doujutsu allowed him to discern between each tool.

"Be careful...this guy is the Godaime's predecessor! You're going to have your hands full with this one!" Another voice erupted from within the creature, a black-like substance spewed from the creature's mouth and molded itself into a serpent-like tongue that began flicking around in the air; this substance was revealed to be another symbiotic parasite that lived within Guruguru. Trev might noticed that the creature also had another being within him, this being would basically help him when he captured shinobi/kunoichi(s) from other countries and put them on life-support until they were needed; this creature happen to have a person that was captured from the Land of Sound. Guruguru went through this much trouble so that each vessel would be healthy, intact and suitable for his implants; these implants were in fact the same doujutsu that Trev had.

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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2016, 10:09:11 pm »

Ignored the voices emitting from the creature, his high level of hearing picking up on even a whisper that the entity spoke. As soon as Guru was within proximity, the Yondaime would begin his assault. His brown hazel eyes flickered immediately to the EMS stage to ensure he wouldn't be speed blitzed in the future as shinobi were known to do. While that occurred, a red light covered the Yondaime's body and in seconds he was in his Sage Transformation stage. With the combined efforts of his hearing, sharingan, sage sensing, and negative emotion sensing, it would be hard for the odd entity to surprise him.

Wasting no time, the Otokage formed one simple kata, the ram kata to be exact. From his gullet to his mouth, a large volume of purple water would spew from the Yondaime's mouth. The Yondaime would ride his own wave, as the purple water spread and crashed around the area. Being a small distance away and due to the quickness of the technique, Guru might be swept up by the rushing water and batted around. The water would cause high impact damage, thrash him around, and carry him far away from the Yondaime.

Being the the technique was imbeded with Dokuton, if any amount of this water even remotely touched him, the creature would find himself in trouble. Guru's chakra network would become infected and it would hastily be rotted away and drained until nothing remained. This combined with the crashing waves made the situation grave.

Regardless, the technique would eventually come to an end, and the Yondaime would be found standing upon the body of dokuton water he created. The once empty plains would now hold a purple lake, held together by the Yondaime's chakra so it didn't spill out further. The body of water was a typical sized lake (Think Kisame's tech, but formed into a lake, not dome) and had a depth of 75 feet in all locations.

The Yondiame would stand on his creation, pondering if the creature was crushed or infected, using all of his senses to keep aware if the being should have survived. Him being an Edo Tensei and using senjutsu to help create the technique, ensured the Yondaime needed no recovery time from the chakra taxing move.
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2016, 05:34:58 am »

Guruguru reacted accordingly after observing the sudden change in the Yondaime through his eyes and brought his hands together to form a handseal, the creature molded his chakras accordingly as he parted his lips to spread a blanket of mist around the area; this mist had an effect on those that were sensor-type and would hopefully hide the actions that were to come.

As this blanket of mist began spreading throughout the field, the creature needed to make up for the gathering of natural energy and decided to throw a wrench into the Yondaime's plan of his wave of poison-infused liquid that evidently heading his way.

"Ha! Too bad I can't eat you, but I guess we can play, right?...Now take this!" Guruguru said as he formed a quick series of handseals and slammed his palm onto the ground in front of him, sending a steady flow of concentrated chakras into the Dragon Veins (龍脈, Ryūmyaku) flowing underground.

Trev would be surprised to find out, that even after the formation of his poisonous lake surrounding the area, that a large chasm surrounded the creature where he stood and in turn created a small platform of land that was virtually unscathed. By this time, the thick mist would've blanketed the entire area that roughly the more than half of the size of the poisonous lake that was created by the Yondaime.

While under this cover of  this thick misty fog, the creature suddenly reached into his ninja pouch and began formulating another plan to deter the usage of the Yondaime's passive ability. It didn't help that the Yondaime was a Edo Tensei as well, however this creature was quick to analyze the situation in front of him and had additional help from the other symbiotic parasite within him; this other parasite within him had an eye for detail and could formulate counter-measures accordingly.


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[Hiding in the Mist]
[Earth Release: Earth Flow Divide]
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2016, 10:40:14 pm »

Is going under the assumption that the Yondaime himself is not yet enveloped in the mist. Thus would be staring at his poisonous lake being enveloped by said mist and gurugru gone from sight. If this was not the case, the Yondaime would have retreated backwards away from said mist, until the prior description was accurate.

While the hiding in mist technique would effectively nullify the chakra sensing capabilities of the sharingan, it didn't put a dent in the rest. He still had his sage sensing, which couldn't be fooled by the mist. He had also his negative emotion sensing and while Guru was a comical character, he would still show up on his fancy evil people radar. And lastly, old reliable, the Yondaime with his enhanced hearing could still hear Guru. If he wanted to remain hidden, he should really at the very least stop talking.

Slamming one of his palms onto the water's surface, the Yondaime would soon and suddenly be elevated onto a giant wave. Nor ordinary wave, it would consist of 1000 sharks made from the Dokuton lake (chakra sharks, not real) and these sharks were larger than normal as a result of Senjutsu. The wave would eventually tower the landscape, and at it's apex,  the Yondiame would hope off, and use his jet boosters to fly up further. He would fly until he was a few feet above the mist, which distance would be determined by his opponent. As he hopped off, the giant wave of sharks would crash upon his opponent.

Due to the scale of the technique, the Yondaime would hit a large radius of the lake at once, including Guru's earthen landscape. Although if Guru managed to find a way to fully conceal himself, it mattered very little considering the wide range of the attack. A simple dodge or hopeful miss wasn't in the playing cards. The wave would crash upon the area, the volume of water thrashing his opponent, the sharks tearing into him, and the dokuton poisoning him.

Somehow expecting his foe to survive as people always tended to do, the Otokage would lay a smaller barrage upon the area once the wave cleared. Quickly forming four kata, the Yondaime would start to shoot large, senjutsu waves of wind down upon his opponent via his mouth. By moving his head in different directions to get different angles. As stated prior, the mist wouldn't stop his other sensing, so he could accurately target Guru. If struck, the creature would ultimately be bisected at the angle of the wind blade. At the very least, the constant barrage of wind would serve to disperse large amount of the mist.

1. Water Release: A Thousand Feeding Sharks (Dokuton Variant)
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2016, 10:26:49 pm »

Guruguru saw that the poisonous water that was somewhat receding back from his platform of untouched earth; this meant something big and dangerous would be heading his way. Not wanting to waste any time, the creature decided to react accordingly by shifting his Sharingan from its three-tomoe state into their Eternal Mangekyō form; this allowed him to have a better clarity, faster reflexes and an even better perception in this fight.

Guruguru would activate the
abilities of the right eye of his Eternal Mangekyō Sharingan, allowing the multitudes of poisonous sharks that broke through the blanket of fog and converge upon his location; this meant that the attack would seemly phase through him like nothing and would cause him to sink into surface of earth as well. By overlapping his entire body into his personal dimension, the creature had also successfully concealed himself from being sensed in any way by the man that he was facing; allowing the creature an element of surprise.

The barrage of wind that headed his way had also unaffected him, since he already had sank to about more than seventy feet into the ground allowing him full-control of what he was about to do next. Guruguru became psychical once more and wedged his flexible body in between the earth, channeling his chakras into the Dragon Veins (龍脈, Ryūmyaku) of the earth.

This in turn created a rather large chasm that began draining the man-made poisonous lake and after this started to occur, the creature brought his hands together to form another handseal, "Mokuton!" the creature mentally intoned. From out of the chasm, an enormous statue-like creature made of wood rose out of the large crevice in the ground. This humanoid wooden creature was large enough that it was about the same size of a empowered Susano'o and had a power that was not to be trifled with; these effects would come into play eventually.

"We are going to have a blast here!" Guruguru was ecstatic to be riding on the top of what was literally a giant wooden statue of Buddha that was on what was left of the man-made lake that the Yondaime had formed; what was left at this point was greeting the Yondaime in mid-air from his platform.


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[Earth Release: Earth Flow Divide]
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« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2016, 11:23:42 pm »

Would be very infuriated if he had not sealed away his emotions a long time ago. Oh how the Yondaime loathed the usage of Kamui to grant temporarily immunity. It was perhaps his least favorite thing in the world ever. Being a user of Kamui and having it seen it done to him about a million times, the Yondaime was quite aware of what occurred. Guru may be able to hid his chakra completely in someway, and even sound, but not his negative emotions.

Since Guru disappeared, the Yondaime could have opted to not use his wind attack, although he still went through with it to some degree if only to eliminate the mist as his last actions noted. The Otokage simply played the waiting game, till his foe decide to show himself again. It wasn't much longer that the creature did show up, start to drain his lake, and spawn a large Mokuton entity.

Quickly reacting, the Yondaime snatched one of his hiraishin marked kunai, coated it in wind chakra and pivoting his hips, launched said kunai a long distance away from the battlefield. An escape precaution should things go bad. Although that wouldn't be all, the Yondaime without any hesitation started his next assault. Instantly a large ethereal black figure emerged around the Yondaime, somewhat equaling the giant Buddha his foe used.

This was obviously the Susanoo being formed (Not final complete body form). Seeing as the susanoo can spawn relatively quickly, there would be nothing to stop the formation. It would be hard to see with the normal eye, but his ethereal warrior was also adorned in black seals, like a curse seal. This was due to the manifestation of senjutsu, further increasing the abilities of his defense and offense. Spawning a sword and shield along with the body, the Otokage prepared his assault.

Covering the sword with Dark Release Chakra, the Yondaime took said sword and simply swung it in his opponents direction. This would cause a large slash, capable of destroying large amounts of the earth and anything else in it's way, including Guru and his Buddha. The slash could normally obliterate a normal susanoo such as the one the Yondaime was using, but that's when utilized by himself in a base form. This slash was enhanced by a senjutsu wielding Susanoo. Point of the story is Guru should really try not to get hit with it. Being it was also coated in dark release chakra, it could absorb the chakra of anything in it's path.

Seeing as his susanoo formation and attack happened in a brief few seconds, Guru would find it very difficult to dodge, at least to dodge with his Mokuton creation. If the creature was quick enough, he could potentially counter. Although the Dark Release nature of the slash would absorb the chakra of it, unless he countered with a chakra draining attack, to negate his slash. At that point, once the chakra absorption nerfed each other out, his counter would have to strong enough to at least stalemate with his highly destructive technique. Normally the attack was so devastating it would leave the Yondaime with a huge chakra and stamina tax, but as an Edo, this technique was much easier to use.

It was quite a powerful technique, and oddly could have never been done has Trev never had and mastered the beast they were fighting for, Hiru or as most knew him, the Reibi. Guru would have to either somehow escape, or deduce his susanoo was senjutsu enhanced, the destructive capabilities of his attack, and know enough about dark release to know it's chakra absorbing qualities. If any of this information was unknown to him, his counter could very well be in vein. Could the creature run in time? Did he have enough firepower and knowledge to counter? Or would he figure something else out?

1.Wind infused hiraishin flick
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #8 on: October 04, 2016, 04:07:32 am »

Guruguru observed the outburst of chakras emanating from Trev, the formation of Susano'o came as no surprise to him since the creature was well familiar with those of Uchiha descent. Those black markings that riddled over the Susano'o didn't catch him off-guard as well, since it was very familiar to the curse seal and the creature that the curse seal was for those who were too weak to take in their respective Sage Mode; the seal was more used for individuals that wanted to grant a portion of their senjutsu chakras into that selected person.

Once the giant colossal chakra avatar raised its arm into the air and manifested sword shrouded in what appeared to be dark-colored chakras, the creature felt the ominous nature from his standpoint and became even more excited that this form of chakras existed; the creature couldn't wait to taste this chakras in due time. Now the moment that Trev swung the sword in his direction, one of two things would occur. First his
Eternal Mangekyō Sharingan focused in on this attack and this allowed him to watch the scene in a frame-by-frame moment. Second, the creature clapped his hands and using the colossal wooden statue as a medium, it would avoid the wave of destruction by simply using the Body Flicker technique to dodge it towards the left side of the field.

Once situated away from the destruction, the creature clenched his fists anger and brought his hands together to form the seal of confrontation. Guruguru used the wooden statue as a medium, each of the smaller heads that encircled the main head simultaneously opened their mouths and sent out a stream of five different types of elemental chakras at the direction of Trev.

Trev would have an option at this point, either take it head-on or produce the correct counter-measures in order to neutralize the threat that was heading his way. If the creature wasn't successful in his endeavors, there was always a back-up plan and if worse came to worse, the creature would use that jutsu.

"Switch with me, this is getting dangerous for the both of us." The other parasitic creature said within the husk-like and spiral-like body of Guruguru began to enveloped around the main body in what would appear to be a black-like substance. This would allow a better control over the main body of Guruguru, some better analytical skills in the field of battle; identifying that dark and sinister chakras would soon come to pass. The black substance displayed a maniacal grin around the visage of the main body, signaling that Guruguru had switched gears in his approach this battle and wouldn't let the brother of the Godaime make a fool out of him.

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« Reply #9 on: October 05, 2016, 02:33:25 am »

Was actually somewhat surprised that a statue could utilize the shunshin technique, an abnormality for sure. It mattered very little however, as his opponent wasn't the only one with the sharingan. The movement of the massive statue would easily be followed, and the Yondaime and his susanoo would shift to face the left, the landing spot of his foe.

Facing the giant statue, the mokuton's next attack wouldn't come as a surprise, as the Yondaime was staring right at it as it projected all five elements at the same time. With very little time to react the Yondaime got a little repetitive. Coating his Susanoo's sword again in dark chakra, he quickly swung it once more, albeit differently. This time, the swing would be a horizontal slash in an effort to deal with the oncoming elements which weren't shot vertically. The Dark release slash would absorb said elements and continue on to bisect the statue. Although this meant that Guru himself faced no damage. However, the long horizontal slash meant a simple shunshin to the right or left wasn't going to cut it. If It weren't for his Edo state, the Yondaime would have never been able to do two consecutive slashes. But he was an Edo, so he could afford it.

Meanwhile, as the Yondaime slashed inside the susanoo with one arm, his other hand reached into his clay pouch and quickly snagged a piece of clay to form. The formation of what he desired would take but few seconds, seconds Guru would be distracted with trying to overcome his slash or abandoning his possibly destroyed statue. Either way, the Yondaime would pull out a small clay structure in the form of a statue. The Otokage would immediately drop said statue and by his will, it would fall through his susanoo to the ground. During it's small drop it would suddenly also by the will of the Yondaime gain in size, before promptly exploding.

The Yondaime didn't possess Bakuton, but the Iwagakure Kinjutsu allowed any element to be infused in the clay. As one might guess it was Dokuton. As a massive cloud of purple engulfed the area, roughly the size of a major village and form almost instantly. Thus as if Guru didn't have enough to worry about, he'd have to somehow avoid the massive amount of poision and do it quickly else his chakra be robbed of him. If he somehow survived, the whole area would still be coated in a large gas of purple, saying the Yondaime's signature. This meant the Yondaime in this large bloom of gas would remain hidden to the sharingan of Guru.

In the rare event that somehow his slash didn't work, the Yondaime would utilize his susano's shield to buy him the extra second he needed for the C3. While Guru's attack was impressive, a senjutsu enhanced susanoo shield for a few seconds was more than enough of a defense

1. Dark Release Slash
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« Reply #10 on: October 07, 2016, 10:00:50 pm »

Guruguru was relieved to avoid the initial attack by using the statue as a medium for his techniques, the creature thought that he would have this man on the ropes; this wouldn't be the case however. In the midst of his elemental attack converging upon the location of chakra avatar that Trev was in, the creature noticed that the enormous avatar was about to send another wave of destruction; this slash was different as it was sent in a horizontal direction this time around.

Both attacks would in no doubt, clash against each other and would allow him a brief reprieve to manipulate the hands of the statue to form a short sequence of handseals; the creature did these actions while he still had some time. Trev's attack would overcome his own and by this time, the sequence of handseals was completed and his chakras were molded accordingly.

Now just as the attack started to overwhelm his statue, Guruguru gave the impression that the wooden statue succumbed to the horizontal slash of dark chakras; the statue appeared to be even bisected from the waist down. However, the damaged statue would disappear in a puff of smoke and was seemly replaced by the multitude of neatly bunched-up arms that were attached to his back; this action allowed his statue some better flexibility and more mobility. 

In reality, Guruguru had the statue leap into the skies and performed the seal of confrontation, the creature had the black substance surrounding him flow his chakras into the statue itself. Now using the statue as a medium, he would lighten the weight load of the statue tremendously, allowing the wooden statue to avoid the converging poisonous fog and remain floating stationary about thirty meters over the poisonous cloud cover that had just encompassed the region; the creature was barely able to escape the poisonous fog through these actions.

Guruguru had two options at this point, either use another attack using the statue as a medium or copy every general aspects of his opponent, so he could catch him off-guard inside of his own poisonous realm; assuming that this poisonous fog doesn't effect the user. However if it was Guruguru in charge of things here, he would've gone with the second option, but sadly the black substance was the primary dominant personality; this parasite had a different option in mind.


"Playing hide 'n seek, are we? How about we take it up a notch?" The black substance that coated his body displayed a rather, maniacal and sinister grin upon his visage.

"Santon!" Guruguru brought his palms together in front of his chest, the statue would mimic the same actions as the user and mold the chakras needed for this technique as the skies around them would begin to darken after the preparations were made. Twenty seconds later after invoking the technique, droplets of a green-colored liquid began raining from the skies. At first this rain would come down in light drizzle before picking up into a raging torrent, hopefully Trev at this point would begin to notice that this rain was a bit different from its natural counterpart and was quite special too.

This rain was purely made of an inorganic acid that wouldn't get damper by the effects of the poisonous fog covering, instead this green-colored rain would make a 'sizzling' sound when it came into contact with the chakra avatar of the Yondaime. Now since the Yondaime didn't possess the same chakras as he did, this higly acidic rain would have an effect of eating away at anything that doesn't belong to the chakra signature as the original; the statue would remain undeterred by these effects for the time being.

It didn't help the fact that this acidic rain would also begin eating away through the poisonous clouds, helping him clear up the field so that he could follow up with another more devastating technique. Trev would either have to change his tactics and follow through with a countermeasure to his technique or somehow manipulate his chakras so that they matched the parasitic creature. Time was running out and if Trev didn't come up with something sooner or later, this rain would even damper the regenerative abilities of Edo Tensei; allowing him to have the advantage in this fight.
 

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[Earth Release: Light-Weight Rock Technique]
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #11 on: October 09, 2016, 12:05:15 am »

With his many sensory options, followed the movements of Guru and his statue to perfection. The Yondaime would notice the sudden substitution, and then the ascent into the air, following every detail and no his poison wouldn't effect himself. He would then notice the large amount of chakra flowing through the sky, only to be suddenly greeted with the all too common occurrence of rain. Seeing as the Yondaime was in a Senjutsu enhanced Susanoo, a deity in which he could indefinitely pump chakra into to extend it further than normal, he was not too worried. But that was when it was a drizzle, once it became a downpour that was another story.

The Yondaime would utilize his Susanoo's shield as an extra buff to buy him more time as he watched his ethereal warrior got blasted with the acidic rain, a nice twist the Yondaime thought to himself. While the Yondaime was fairly certain he could keep his defense up and not be assaulted, why risk it? Thus in a purple flash, his Susanoo and him disappeared. As stated earlier, the Yondaime had flung a hiraishin marked kunai far away from the battlefield. One could argue this was still in proximity to the rain, except he noted it being away from the field of action. Plus a wind coated kunai, launched by senjutsu enhanced strength, from a high position, would travel quite the distance before it eventually fell to the floor. Thus the Yondaime and his Susanoo which was connected to him via chakra would teleport outside the poison fog and acidic rain.

While the rain might eventually clear his field of poison, it would not do so instantly. Meaning if his foe only relied on the sharingan, this set of actions would remain hidden to him. Guru would be unaware that the Yondaime would have left the zone and the Yondaime was probably too far away to even see, it wasn't the byakugan after all. This wouldn't last long however, as the Yondaime would make his appearance very known soon.

Quickly weaving through five kata, the zone itself would be filled with the essence of the Yondaime's chakra. A fact Guru would likely be able to see, though not pinpoint its exact location. A strong hurricane like wind would blow into the area, causing a massive gust of wind to sweep over the area. The Yondaime at first would the wind start from gently behind him, if only to blow off the excess acid on his Susanoo. After that, however, it would affect everything in front of him, and rage like a storm. No it wouldn't topple trees and cause such havoc, although it could possibly blow Guru off his statue if the creature was careless.

The main point in said wind was to clear the battlefield and start fresh. The Yondaime's dokuton would be blown away, but so too would his enemies clouds. Since it was invisible non-solid wind, the santon would have nothing to dissolve, unless it suddenly dissolved air molecules and currents moving about. Even if the acidic rain could stop the wind, the Yondaime with his infinite chakra could keep it going longer, than Guru could fight back for. Combined with his unlimited tank of chakra, and his acid not destroying things instantly, and some of the wind affected the acid couldn't reach (Above and to the side of the cloud) Guru's clouds like any bad storm would eventually blow away. No, they wouldn't be dispersed, but they wouldn't be in the area even remotely. The Yondaime would not let up and continue this massive gust of wind indefinitely, clearing the battlefield and potentially blowing Guru about. If not for being an Edo Tensei, and being a Sage, such a high scale massive gust would not have been possible.

The only downside was that the Yondaime would clear the field, making himself much easier to spot. Thus the Yondaime would simultaneously send chakra out to repair his damaged bit of Susanoo, in anticipation of a counter.

1. Hiraishin
2. Wind Release: Great Breakthrough (Large Scale Variant)
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #12 on: October 11, 2016, 05:36:42 am »

Guruguru analyzed the battlefield in front of him, although obscured as it was there wasn't that much to go by considering the field was littered with same chakra colors as the Yondaime. Guruguru hoped to remedy this situation by making use of his Acid Release to clear up the poisonous clouds and provide a hazardous situation where Trev would be at risk to exposure of corrosive fluids; this wouldn't come to pass as the creature would be given the surprise of his life.

"The hell?" Guruguru exclaimed as the wind barraged the field in what could be categorized as a hurricane, with the exception of rain. Normally, Guruguru would've been blown cleared off the statute, if the creature didn't have the body coating on his person. Thankfully, the body coating allowed him to firmly anchor himself onto the statue by imbedding root-like tendrils made of the same material that his body coating was made out of. However, the wind did do one thing to Guruguru and that was blowing away his lightened, statue a bit further away from that battlefield and the creature could barely make out noticeable figure in the horizon from the floating statue. This was but a minor setback at most, there was so many options available at this point that the creature already considered it his win, since Trev decided to escape his onslaught through Space-Time Ninjutsu.

"Shi-that guy is gone! Must be some sort of space-time jutsu that allowed him to escape the acidic rain and travel far away in such a short distance, and timespan." Guruguru weighed out the options at this point and concluded that they would need to use that jutsu in order to claim a come from behind victory. The black substance receded away from his visage and gathered to the lower portion of his body, forming around the remnants of what was his cloak; making it appear whole somewhat again.

"I guess it's time to really knock this guy off his socks!" Guruguru said as he began to take on a drastic change, his face becoming twisted and warped until it was molded into the face of the same adversary that he was now facing. What was more shocking is that the creature was able to emulate the chakra signature and even the genetic material of the one that he was copying, and even had techniques that he wouldn't normally have had he faced him head-on in his original form.

At this point, Trev would probably noticed an anomaly in the creature's chakra signature and would be shocked to find out that now the tables were about to be turned against him. Guruguru fought all sorts of shinobi/kunoichi and the one thing that he was truly good at was turning the abilities and weaknesses of his opponent against them. Within an instant, Trev would lose track of the chakra signature of the creature and the statue would slowly start falling down towards the ground; eventually crashing due to the creature regulating the weight load of the statute, but not himself.


"Kamui!" Guruguru suddenly appear from within the confines of his Susano'o with his transcended eyes glaring upwards at the man, making use of the both of his eyes to form a barrier space around the visage of the Yondaime. This meant that Trev wouldn't be able to comprehend the gist of what was about to occur, since the creature basically turned into the Yondaime and was about to conclude this fight with everything that it could muster. Guruguru would be more faster in terms of speed, since he lightened himself with his previous technique and even used the Yondaime's own usage of the Flying Thunder God against him--not too mention that using both eyes in tandem with this barrier space made it twice as fast to conjure.

To make his technique go unhindered without fail, the
body coating surrounding his lower body would imbed itself into the ground, after the casting of this spatial technique and suddenly erupted from the ground in all cardinal directions, ensnaring the chakra avatar of the Yondaime with a multitude of tendrils that would further help the creature achieve his goal of defeating this man.

Guruguru was aiming to send the Yondaime into the spatial barrier and towards certain oblivion, since his personal dimension was littered with anti-space time barrier seals; which meant escape would be impossible through space-time techniques again. By using the Yondaime's technique against him, it would be nearly impossible to use the dodge due to close range between them.

Hopefully, Trev would be quick to rely on his Negative Emotion Sensing within time and provide some sort of counter-measure, however it would matter not since he could always teleport to his blindside using the various marked tools that he possessed on his person. This would work either way since the creature also possessed the same marked tools as Trev did, with the exception of his ninjato that he lost in the initial scuffle with the Yondaime.


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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #13 on: October 15, 2016, 04:53:59 am »

I have been asked to judge.

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Both were able to counter each other and the match was short. Honestly picking a winner is hard because of that. At the end of the day though I believe Trev was in control of the match as well as being the most offensive.
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Re: Trev vs Guruguru
« Reply #14 on: October 15, 2016, 04:59:12 am »

I have been asked to judge.

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Both were able to counter each other and the match was short. Honestly picking a winner is hard because of that. At the end of the day though I believe Trev was in control of the match as well as being the most offensive.

Even though I don't agree with this ruling, since I was actually in control of the fight in my last post and basically forced Trev to flee in his last post. But whatever, unbiased or biased; I just wanted to get all of this over without any squabble from both sides.

The only problem that me and Trev had was finding a judge that was committed to judging our match, I like to thank Shadow for taking the time out of day to be a judge and also give his ruling on such a short notice. Consider this locked and vice-versa.
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