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  1. In the fighting spirit of Deathmall & Gen @Deathmall @Gen We are gathering at the Leaf Graveyard (Located North of the Leaf Military Police Force building) on May 16th, 2020 at 1PM EST. In remembrance of a great friend, an ally on the battlefield and a wonderful leader. It will be the end of a great journey but the start of an even better story for a legend. It will be open attendance, everyone is allowed to come not only Leaf villagers. Hope to see a lot of you, we appreciate all the time, effort, and extra support Deathmall has contributed to Nin Online he will be missed no doubt. We will be hosting a gambling event at the end of the ceremony in memory of the old man with some nice prizes funded by the Leaf treasury. If you are interested in coming to pay your respects or unable to attend leave a reply/comment. Appreciate y'all, Raw Special Message from Deathmall: "Thank you all for the experience, it was a pleasure learning,enjoying and fighting with you all over the years. Enjoy good luck friends!" "The End" Gen & Deathmall Short Story It's a dark stormy day in the Leaf village. Standing in front of a couple of young ninjas at the gate, our brothers', Deathmall & Gen. A large raid was approaching... Deathmall steps forward to the ninja preparing for battle. "Leevi, I need you to do me a favour, my boy!" Deathmall said to Leevi as he took a toke from his cigarette. "What's good Death?" Leevi responded "Take the others for safety! Commence tactic 13a" Deathmall said to Leevi with a sudden smirk Leevi shook his head in confusion before quickly getting focused. "I won't question your judgement, this must be a real threat...Are you sure? Gen stepped in and nodded in agreement. "They're coming, get ready!" Gen said as he focused his attention on the tree outside the gate. "Olright you guys follow Dairuto's orders, I'll be back in a moment!" The old man instructed the others as he gave them one bright smile! Suddenly the village gate started to close, Deathmall & Gen dashed forward at extreme speed, everyone was unaware the old man was still able to move like that. All that could be seen was a horde of ruthless ninja rushing toward our gate. The Chunin & Jonins' stood in a horizontal formation as instructed by Leevi preventing anybody from attempting to leave. From the inside, we could see an absurd amount of chakra being channelled from two bodies. Gen spread chakra into his hands creating large bright blue chakra scalpels. The horde was closing in, Deathmall jumped into the air quickly doing hand signs as he fell nearly as light as a feather. Gen kept guard using double his usual chakra limit while deflecting projectiles targeting the Third Hokage. As the enemies approached, Deathmall finished his hand signs landing from the ground with an enormous aura of lightning infused chakra around him as he casts the largest lightning pillars, stunning all the missing ninja making them flee the area. The battle led to the sacrifice of Leaf's Ex-ANBU Leader Master Gen & over-exhaustion of Lord Third Deathmall Sasayaki leading to his demise after the battle. Deathmall Rank: Jonin Leaf 3rd Hokage Leader of the "Red Moon" Organization Gen Rank: Chunin Ex-ANBU Leader RIP 2015-2020
  2. The Honorable Ukiyo Clan The colors of the clan usually vary between different shades of red black and gold Clan genes are usually Majestic black hair and crimson red eyes. Ukiyo have fairly white skin due to the cold climates of their land, though it isn't uncommon to see tanned or bronzed clansmen .On very rare occasions some ukiyos are born with blond hair and red eyes, this is very rare, but the legend says that the first generation of ukiyo was born with this characteristic. They're skillful enough to speak in multiple languages and have a distinct glow about their chakra which flows our of their body; radiating. Some deemed them to be halo'd or favored by an omnipotent being. Currently although they are the wealthiest clan of the leaf, they always treat each person they see as equal, they are usually very kind and passive. Many of them are great artists, musicians, poets, singers and masters of Kenjutsu. Some spend their lives traveling from one place to another knowing new cultures and leaving a little of their color and joy in each place they visit.In a nutshell it could be said that they are a clan of bards with an immense amount of ryos in their pocket. The ukiyo lineage is extremely extensive, because of that there are many who are lost in the world. This message is for you. Ukiyo that is wandering from one place to another with nowhere to go. We want to give you a home. a place to belong, protect and be protected A Family If you are interested in being part of this you should only contact our elders or my person @Ayane @Jero @Shogeki If you want to know more about the origins of the clan and our history you can continue reading Synposis: The Ukiyo Clan (憂き世, "Floating World") is a renowned shinobi clan famous to the Land of Fire. Originating south of the continent on a remote island used to ship weapons to and from hidden villages their name reigned supreme in the Land of Fire; homing The Hidden Demon Village. Known for their plethora of talents and unwaverable skill, ("commonly identified with their ability to sing, dance, drum, paint, and sculpt") the Ukiyo Clan would celebrate the day of their creation, holding festivles that consist of bountiful food, fighting, dancing, and the sharing of battle stories. Deemed ruthless and unmerciful due to their isolation of the land, their were many who were killed off as a sign of accomplishment using it as a title to show their strength. With only a small pool of accessible knowledge and fundamental techniques the clan thrived and prospered upon a long history of both smiting and crafting/weapon designing - to profit off other villages supplying on-going war. Unfortunately due time shinobi stole and mimic their iron casting skills to a watered down degree making their services no longer needed. Due to this a great depression fell upon their village causing them to move up north where they became infamous and known for their crimson red eyes and majestic blond hair. Ukiyo that have remained in the village slowly began to die off due to illness, starvation, and simple invasion which led to experimentation and the stealing of the knowledge of the clan which had began slowly decaying. Currently standing the Ukiyo are of Konoha and all of the knowledge of their blood filled history has been passed down to the final successor who now leads the clan to salvation. Brief History: Originating in the Demon Country the Ukiyo Clan was birthed from two clans, one native, the other galatic. During times of war, upon the ending age of power seeking and total destruction, the clan was one of the most profited clans amongst the five nations. They supplied most countries with advanced weapons and technology which drew in many clients, two prominent villages being the villages hidden in the sky and rain. However as time passed the secrets of their creation and product were given through trade and information thanks to the hidden grass village shinobi which specialized in intelligence and spying. Nearing poverty the clan began dying off in vast numbers leaving a few who were commonly known as Serafima ("Literally Meaning; "The Burning Ones"") who possessed great skill in not only gathering information but prolonging the tradition of former clansmen. Low on profit the elders of the village decided to build and train a very selected few shinobi who were brought up to be the village's saviors as the chosen children of the Akajin Clan. Upon teenage years very few that did learn the ways of the Akajin and branded blood tithes were shipped across the countries as prophets who all rose up through the ranks of their assigned village to become known as esteemed ninja. Today the Ukiyo left remaining are those true soul survivors, leading lives of their own, traveling the world as monks or hermits. One being a male who was known for his intellect and had became very profitable and sought to become the richest shinobi in the world, Ayane. The other was a woman who was skilled and a master surgeon who left the village to pursue her way of life, having prophetically learned the ways of complex medical ninjutsu without the help of systematic schools. Seeking refuge in Konoha it was almost common to see one of these familiars. Though not always accepted the clan sought to build and change the place that they now call their home.
  3. Tameshi Hinode

    Hinode Loyalty above all else ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The hinode clan doesnt take those words lightly.Loyalty towards the village.Loyalty towards the hokage.Loyalty towards the clan.Clan members who dont take their responsibilities serious,become outcasts and lose the respect of their fellow clan members.Clan members who plot against the village,get hunted down by the rest of the clan,to make up for the shame that those individuals caused. One must continously train his body and mind,starting from a very early age.For many members of this family,hobbies,games and friends,are considered to be a waste of time and a burden,because they are distracting someone from his duties.Those duties also include assassinations of ninjas who turned their back on the village.Because of this,its recommended to not get too close to people outside of the clan,since they are all potential targets.The Hinode clan is not full of heartless people,they simply are very determined to protect their village with all their strenght,and believe that they have to make sacrifices for the greater good.Traditions and the concept of honor,play a big role in the clan.A mission has to be fulfilled.A higher ranked clan member and,especially the hokage,has to be treated with the utmost respect.There are also strict rules and rituals,to maintain order and discipline,but also to remember the clans history.Kenjutsu basics are taught to every member of the clan,even if this particular clan member wants to focus on a different fighting style in the future.Besides kenjutsu,members of the hinode clan also tend to have a talent for fire jutsus and taijutsu. A sword,used in anger, may cut trough flesh and even bones,but words,carried by the wings of good intentions,can pierce the heavens and scatter the earth beneath. Members of the hinode clan,know this,and are constantly trying to gain more knowledge about their environment and find new ways to manipulate its shape,without resorting to violence. Weapons and jutsus are used in places where words cant be heard,and good intentions alone,are without meaning. Stategy,tactics,diplomatic,s or just politics in general....having a deep understanding of those things,is just as important as being skilled in direct combat,since they can win a battle before it even begins. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Looks and stereotypes Members of the hinode family tend to wear long coats or just wide,comfortable clothes in general,that are dyed in different shades of black and grey,sometimes also mixed with white or blue. Their skin is slightly pale,and their long hair is of black color,just like their eyes. Their size varies from average to tall,and even ninjutsu users are somewhat muscular because of the kenjutsu training that every member of the clan goes trough. The hinode family is known for being very serious about their duties and traditions,but also for their black humour and sarcasm. They do not trust outsiders easily,but have no problem with talking to them when the situation calls for it,and stay polite while doing so. Since their highest priority is the well being of their village,they often take a liking to other people who have someone,or something,they are loyal to and try to protect. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Thanks for making it this far. What i wrote above,should give you a rough idea about our clan concept. We will stand loyal to the leaf and the hokage,take part in pvp and hopefully,we will also be able to bring back some roleplaying into the world of nin. You may have guessed it already,but we are a samurai inspired clan. Kenjutsu plays a big role,but everyone can join as long as he values loyalty as much as we do,no matter what mastery,rank or lvl he has. Potential can be hidden in everyone. Thats also why i dont think too highly of accepting people just based on a forum reply,id like to get to know you guys a bit first. If you want to join us,you can send me a pm here,ingame,or on discord and we can talk about it and see,if our goals collide. Maybe youre not interested in joining us,but you still want to contact us and get some informations about the clan? You can do that aswell,feel free to add me on discord!(we also have our own discord server,for everyone who is interested) And ofcourse,im also thankful for any feedback you guys may have,so please go ahead and post it,maybe i can improve something. Im looking forward to work together with everyone who stands behind the leaf! *bows* PS:If you want to know more about our lore,check out this thread: Important: If any of our clan members causes problems,please let me know(preferable,with a screenshot)and i will take care of it. Clan founder: @Tameshi Hinode Clan leader: @Phoenix Hinode Regular clan members: @Tekkey Hinode @Boko Hinode @Healy Hinode @Zabuza Hinode @Kiroku Hinode @Gashadokuro Hinode @Dredge Hinode
  4. Hello everyone! I found this website the other day in another discord server and I wanted to share it here. https://picrew.me/ This website allows you to create your own custom character in a lot of different artstyles. While the website is in japanese its pretty easy to navigate. (If you use google chrome, you can right click anywhere on the website and select translate to english.) With a little work you can even add some things yourself! Like for example I added The leaf bandana and Netted shirt to the art to make it look like my character even more! I think this can be very useful for a lot of people RPing.
  5. A short introduction First of all, let's make sure things a clear so that there aren't any misconceptions regarding the state of RP (Roleplay) in NinOnline. The main focus of the game is on PvP, emphasized by several tournaments and an active community creating new builds and an existing meta. And while RP is encouraged, it is not the focus. But Nin has had a track record of attracting people that come for precisely that, which is why I want to help anyone that may struggle with this unique RP environment. Index The basics of RP The RP of NinOnline 2.1. How Gameplay and RP tie together 2.2. The current timeline Your very own shinobi 3.1. Where and how to start 3.2. Goals and ambitions 3.3. Organizations 3.4. Consistency 3.5. Preventing to become a Mary Sue Tips, tricks, and examples 4.1.1. Being part of a Conversation 4.1.2. Being part of a Conversation: Examples 4.2 How to properly use the /e and /emotes commands 4.3 The chunin exam 1. The basics or RP RP, or roleplaying, is the art of socially interacting with another, or multiple, participants through writing. While this seems simple enough, achieving an exciting and enjoyable experience is much harder in reality. Several factors come into play, starting with some "rules". Now, these are not set in stone, and more like guidelines that anyone who has some experience with it will agree are necessary to ensure a smooth experience, even if some of them seem mundane or obvious. But they are the basics after all. No. 1 - Ownership Probably the most important thing, you only get to decide about your character. More often than not, you will see RP that you can't wrap your head around. Maybe it's their backstory, their behaviour in a particular situation, or so on. But no matter how major or minor your complaint is, it is their character. Dictating what someone can and can't is an absolute no go. If you dislike someones RP, walk away from it. If that is not a possibility, keep interactions with that character limited. No one else gets to decide what kind of character, fitting for the setting obviously, you can play. But more on that later. No. 2 - Writing and grammar Obviously, this is important, but people often assume that just writing proper English is all. It isn't. While being able to understand what you wrote is mandatory, given the whole social interaction through the writing part, but there is more to it. What you write can be grammatically correct, but still wrong regarding context and setting, or create a specific image for your character. It will be tough for others to perceive you like a deep and emotional character if you only ever talk like Killer Bee. And sure some people find it fun or will use the universal excuse of "That's just how I RP!" but aren't willing to live with the consequences of others not treating them in a way they would like. So always remember, not only check how but what you write. No. 3 - Focus Another point often overlooked. You must take your time and commit to the session. Leaving in the middle or not responding in conversations are big killers for RP and can quickly ruin it for everyone. And while there is casual RP, if it is clear that time is needed you've got to be ready to offer it. No one will judge you if your connection interrupts or private reasons make your leave the PC. But being hungry and ditching to make a sandwich or leaving because of your ranked match that is starting in a different game is poor behaviour and will guarantee that you won't find many people that are willing to RP with you anytime soon. No. 4 - RP =/= Normal Gameplay The title may be a bit confusing, so let me go into detail. RP makes you go into a role, and within that role, you may have friends and enemies only tied to said RP. So if you have a grudge against someone based of RP, don't carry this out of RP. It, first of all, doesn't make any sense and can fuel toxic behaviour within a community. It is fine having a rival or something similar but knowing when to stop is essential to maintain healthy relationships. But at the same time, trying to befriend anyone can cause trouble as well. The different villages in NinOnline have unique rules on interactions with members from other villages. So always keep track of the current relations between villages, or you'll quickly end up with no allies. Besides, you can't use the information that you acquired outside of RP when interacting with others. But more about that later. Now if you follow these guidelines or at least keep them in mind, it should make the whole experience better for you and everyone involved. And with those out of the way, let's get in-depth about the hows and whys of NinOnlines unique RP. 2. The RP of NinOnline The setting of NinOnline, as before mentioned, is a world full of shinobi taking inspiration from the Naruto universe. That is what we will mainly go off since NinOnline has no set story by the developer or any specific lore in that sense and is entirely run by the community. Villages and official organizations are controlled by players. Now, what does that mean for RP? A lot of people are under the assumption that "if there is nothing set, I can be whatever I want!" which is not the case. Over the several years that I've been playing, I saw scientist creating clones, war heroes seeking revenge, mafia leaders and all of them just genin. The issue that comes with this is inconsistency and a weak character that doesn't fit and won't be taken seriously. Going after the standards set in Naruto is the only way to provide a fair environment for everyone. Now people make the argument of Sasuke being a prodigy from a young age, Orochimaru was a genius scientist, and so on. What a lot of people forget is all those characters where established within their universe and were able to prove those statements. Coming fresh out of the academy boasting level 1 and claiming you are anything like them is childish at best and pathetic at worst. The gameplay of NinOnline takes a crucial part in this and helps us to differentiate the good from the bad, literally. 2.1. How Gameplay and RP tie together NinOnline is a game, with stats and levels. It has rules and regulations on how things work and interact with each other. You can certainly have a solid RP character claiming he is "the greatest Tai user" for example. But if you lose to any run of the mill Tai user, your RP starts falling apart. This is where Nin vastly differentiates from regular RP since just writing isn't enough to solidify your character. Players will test your statements, all the time, and not being able to prove your claims results in no one taking you seriously. At the same time, this opens some doors for people that are uncertain about what kind of character they want to pursue. Instead of claiming to be the best, make it your goal to become it. Now your character has a set goal with no set time of completion, which allows for natural RP that will keep itself alive. You need to be able to tie your RP with the gameplay you provide since they go hand in hand. It may seem like a burden to some since they prefer to be the protagonist, the hero, the chosen one of their own story. But this isn't your story. It is your story within NinOnline, full of people with their personal stories and goals. And obviously, that means you may never be the best but at the very least gives a reason to try and become it. Now, of course, if your goal isn't to become the strongest in combat, the gameplay still affects your RP. Don't claim to be a hardened fighter and die to a few bites of wolves, and don't claim to have jutsu that can crush any enemy and barely scratch someone in a spar. Your actions are tied to your RP, which brings both good and bad. It limits what you can do but prevents people from just making up whatever they please. And if they still do you know who to avoid. Back to the topic of how the gameplay and RP are connected. NinOnline offers different commands on how to express emotions and actions, for both casual and RP. For casual use, you have the /emotes command which will list you with several options to express feelings by showing a little emoticon above your character, shown below. (Not including the emotes /clap, /slowclap, /321, /rock, /paper, /scissors) /! /? /<3 /n /r /... /go /y /' /cry /huh /wave /grr /!! /hi /gg /owo While these are valid to use, it always depends on the people you RP with and the situation you find yourself in. That's also why I refer to them as casual; additionally, they are used by the majority of the community for regular conversations and goofing around. Now the alternative and prefered way of showing emotions by dedicated RPers ist to use the /e command. Typing /e followed by a space and any message will look like this: (/e is daydreaming, /e is feeling immense pain, /e is worried, and so on) This way of expressing yourself is not only more engaging but also allows you to go deeper with emotions and states of mind that simply can't be done with the emoticon method. It is also a fantastic way to be part of a conversation without forcing yourself in or interrupting others, but more on that later. The final part would be RP missions. Those are unique missions hosted by a higher ranking shinobi of your village and provide you with tokens that can be turned in for experience points. The host of the missions has free reign over deciding who passed the task and thus, poor RP may result in a failure. It is also an excellent way for people to get into RP if they haven't had a chance to do it before and can be a great way of showing how the RP of NinOnline works. There are currently 4 RP missions, available at level 12, 17, 22, and 27 respectively. There are also the Chunin Exams or CE for short which are advertised to be heavily RP focused, but I will make a separate section just for those. 2.2. The current timeline Even though there is no defined storyline, NinOnline had its fair share of events, official and player-made that all contribute to an exciting environment for RPers. Wars happened between villages, uprisings, rebellions, corruption, and if someone takes time to dig deep in the forums they'll find a plethora of beads to build a character on and make something truly unique. But, as per usual, this brings a lot of challenges as well. While you may believe in the corruption of a council, it is not necessarily canon unless there is empirical evidence. So while you can still RP with the idea of a corrupt council, remember that it is purely your take on the situation around you and not fact. And thus we face another problem, going back to guideline number 4. What if you find out on discord or see screenshots that prove your point? Let's stick with the council example. If you find out that council members were bribed to vote for a specific candidate through any other means than RP, first and foremost has this information to be reported IF it is going against the rules of NinOnline, that's a given. Then you can use this information, mock them, and so on. Now, if it is an elaborate RP event planned and overlooked by the staff, rules change. If you somehow got wind of anything, outside of RP, you can not use it since your character didn't acquire this information. But we are going off-topic so more on that later. So, remember that you have several options on how to perceive the world, based on past or current events. Want to be careful around the Anbu because you believe they are corrupt? Go ahead, but don't make things up. Justify it by events you read about on the forums or witnessed yourself instead. You think that the Sand village is switching leaders way too often, showing political weakness in your eyes, go ahead. Besides, if you are capable and confident enough, why not make a post yourself? Make it clear that it is for RP purposes and maybe you lead the next chapter of the timeline? It is a very touchy subject and hard to fully grasp by just reading about it, but eventually, if you spend enough time in the community, you will get the hang of it. This concludes the section about the unique RP environment of NinOnline, so let's move on the most exciting but also often the most significant source of conflict in RP. Your Character. 3. Your very own shinobi Now that we know about the basics of RP and the specific situation in NinOnline, it is finally time to start making your character to throw out there! But where to start? This section goes into detail about the basics of character creation, their backstory, and common mistakes to avoid. 3.1. Where and how to start First of all, we need to remember what we learned in section 2 and 2.1. If you are a new player and start the game, you will be an academy student at level one. And while it is pretty simple to advance to the genin rank, the fact remains that you are a greenhorn. A beginner about to step foot into this new world. So what can we do for our character in terms of RP? First of all, the backstory is always an excellent way to start. If we visit our profile, we see a tab titled Ninja Bio. This is the perfect place for your backstory since it is easily accessible by everyone. In terms of design, there are no set of rules, and everyone has their style. Always check out the bios of other players to see how they did it and get inspired. A popular method of making ones bio more unique is creating ninja info cards. Their designs also vary and can be found on a lot of profiles, but let's continue with the main topic. So you have the ninja bio tab open, excited to create something and find yourself in one of those two scenarios. 1. I got so many ideas, where should I start? 2. I got no idea what to do whatsoever. We already established, as a beginner, there isn't much in terms of achievements that you could've possibly done. So refrain from making you look like the best of the bunch. We know that our abilities in-game tie to our RP, so more humble beginnings are recommended. If you prove yourself, you can start going down that route and start pursuing RP in that direction. But more importantly, and often overlooked, is your heritage. How did you grow up? What about your family? Any rivals or close friends? What made you go down the path of a shinobi? By answering all these questions, adding some character traits, things they like & dislike, it elevates your character far above the standard and is a solid base for future additions. Once again, though, remember section 2. If you claim that you come from a village that was raided by the neo-akatsuki and destroyed, this is not canonical nor has it happened as any sort of event. If you still want to stick with it, why not be from one of the main villages? They got raided multiple times throughout the timeline by a plethora of different people and groups. Not only is a backstory like that more believable, but it also solidifies your character as part of this world despite not have taken part in mentioned events. With everything set, let's go for some goals. 3.2. Goals and ambitions You wrote your backstory, created your character, and got some levels. What now? A lot of new players face this problem when playing, and it becomes even more of an issue for RPers. Having a goal becomes tough if the "story" of the game is everchanging and dynamic. We can avoid running into this roadblock by utilizing the features given to us by the game. As mentioned before, the simplest goal would be a combat orientated one. Trying to become a good PvPer and basing our goals of that. While it isn't the most unique nor incredibly exciting path to go for, it is a reliable option and something that will never fail due to the strong presence of PvP. If you like fighting but want to have more RP becoming a teacher may suit you. Using what you learned and training the new generation is not only a fantastic way to incorporate PvP with RP but also helps the community. Getting beaten by a random ??? that jumped them helps no one and discourages, especially new players. Being able to train and improve your skills in a controlled environment is especially alluring to newcomers, and a great way of making your mark as a teacher in terms of RP. Not into fighting others but enjoy grinding and collecting? The role of a merchant would suit you best. NinOnline has several cosmetics that you can farm and sell to interested buyers. Buy joining the official NinOnline discord you also get access to the trade channel, with constant offers to buy and sell a multitude of items. Not a fighter and prefer to support? Welcome to the world of medical-nin. Being able to heal others can be a significant edge in different situations, and the unique ability to revive someone prevents the infamous battle injuries status. And for anyone afraid that they won't be able to defend themselves from threats as a medic, NinOnline made sure that if you can heal a lot, you can hurt a lot. It may sound confusing at first, but you'll understand if you play the game. With some goals for the long-term set, there are a few more things you can do to flesh out your character. 3.3. Organizations NinOnline has several organizations in the game, official and player-made. These organizations are beneficial for RPers since they allow us to find a place of like-minded individuals to pursue common goals for all sorts of purposes. Can't find an organization that suits you? Create your own! It is a robust tool to emphasize what your character stands for and create a micro-community within the world. As I mentioned before, there are official organizations like the police force, for example. Adding a new layer of rules, these official organizations are perfect for people that are still desperately looking for any sort of "legitimate" reason to RP since now, sticking with the police force, you are enforcing the rules of the village. You have a unique role in the bigger picture of that villages community. And if you prefer the more evil side of things, the neo-akatsuki is something you can strive for. 3.4 Consistency So for this section, we assume our character has a pretty normal backstory. He grew up in the Sand village, a mom and dad with no other siblings. His backstory states that he never went out of the sand territory. Let's assume he managed to reach level 30 and became a chunin sticking to his backstory. He hosts an RP mission for some genin and decides to slay some tigers with them. In RP one of the genin asks him if it is safe to go there and our chunin replies "Of course, I know that place like the back of my hand". Now if he wasn't just coky in front of his team, he just caused an inconsistency. Describing your character in one way and acting completely different is exceptionally harmful to RP since, as we mentioned before, we have to go by a set of rules; otherwise anyone can be everything, which is not what RP is. A much simpler example is, someone states in their bio that they are terrified of blood and can't stand to see it, almost passing out at the sight of it. Now they pick either weapon master or medic as their masteries. This makes little sense in regards to his backstory since both of these roles are the closest to blood, with the weapon master causing open wounds using his swords and tools and medical-nin having to tend wounded allies. This would be less inconsistent if they justify it by saying they want to overcome their fear head-on. Otherwise, the character has no reliable backstory that others can use in RP. But this applies to all aspects of a character. The way they talk, behave, react, the more specific you define this, the more attention you have to pay. The best RPers are the ones that rarely, if ever, break character and stick with it no matter what. Being able to do and say anything turns you into a Mary Sue, which we will look at in the next section. 3.5 Preventing to become a Mary Sue. Taken from Wikipedia: "A Mary Sue is a generic name for any fictional character who is so competent or perfect that this appears absurd, even in the context of the fictional setting. Mary Sues are often an author's self-insertion or wish fulfilment. They may excel at tasks that should not be possible for them [...] They may disregard previously established aspects of the fiction such as characterization and natural laws." This is important to know since many beginners tend to create characters that fall under those criteria. They make shinobi that are both open and friendly but are also laid-back and shy. They love going out with friends but are introverts at the same time. Several different characteristics that contradict themselves and make for a terrible character. Also, they tend to give them too many abilities and strengths. We already established that in terms of PvP you couldn't make anything up since you have to prove yourself against others. However, people still manage to ruin their characters by adding all sorts of skills. Great at cooking, dancing, fantastic climber, fearless, immense willpower, the list goes on and on. A lot of people want to make a good character, and no one wants to be labelled as weak or useless but more often than not are weaknesses of a character what gives them depth. No one will care for the journey of a character that is already a master of all, and no one will cheer for them in a tournament, but rather the underdog that despite his obvious short-comings made it just as far. Weaknesses do not equate to a weak character, but a well-rounded one. Now we should have our character, presumably not a genetically modified shinobi, time traveller, or the lost descendant of god knows who, but a young shinobi setting out to carve his name into history with his ambitions and beliefs, with strengths and weaknesses. With a goal in mind and a potential organization in sight, you have your very own character and the all the basics to start RPing in NinOnline. The next section goes more into depth about some topics and provides some additional help by using made-up scenarios and interactions that can help everyone, not just newcomers. 4. Tips, tricks, and examples This part of the guide will focus on a more direct approach by showing you side by side comparisons of different RP encounters and extensions of the previous topics. There are many facets to it and, especially even for advanced RPers, it is often a struggle to perform right, no matter the preparation or dedication. I'll try my best to provide examples tailored to NinOnline. 4.1.1. Being part of a Conversation While I talked a lot about the relevance of actual skill concerning the gameplay, at the very start, we established that RP is the written interaction between individuals. And we do that mainly through dialogue. It is simple enough to talk with one person only and do RP, let them finish, they let you finish. Not much to do wrong here. The tricky part starts when there are multiple people involved. So let's lay down some ground rules necessary for a smooth experience and then go into the intricacies of it. As mentioned before, allowing someone to finish their sentence is key to proper dialogue. But now, with multiple people involved, it may become quite hard to join in or get your point across. We already established that your character is not a protagonist by default. So sometimes you may slide into the role of supporting or side character, and don't let that discourage you. And usually, if the people involved know what they are doing, they will let you have a say eventually. Keeping that in mind, you may find yourself in the spotlight of an RP session. The key is not to overdo it. If you already got in that position, it doesn't make sense to hog it and makes the whole experience boring for others. And always keep in mind, you won't always be in that position, so if you abuse it, you may receive the same treatment or will be exempted from future sessions altogether. Another big problem is almost abusing the (OOC) or (Out Of Character) clause. Whenever you find yourself in a situation where you would have to break RP, you would type in brackets (). We already established that we are all humans, mistakes are made, and sometimes things are just not clear enough. You can use this to indicate to others that the sentence on display is not from your character, but the player behind the screen. What do I mean when I say abusing? A lot of players, especially inexperienced ones, will constantly break character and type a lot of messages with the (Out Of Character) method. And just like most things, it should be used only if necessary. If you don't understand and order, don't break character to ask what you need to do, but do it in character. No one will judge you for asking a question, but they will if you keep interrupting the RP since that is what we are doing. We are out of character, meaning the RP was interrupted by something else. In most scenarios breaking character is not needed, but people assume it is fine since it is precisely that, out of character but can't see that they are still a major roadblock for a smooth experience. So unless absolutely necessary and unachievable by any other means, try to avoid it like the plague. Now if you find yourself in the position of a bystander, you can still contribute. We learned about using /emotes and /e earlier. This is an excellent opportunity to put them to use and make the session more exciting. Did someone say something exciting? Show it by using an emote! Your enemy said something infuriating, but is still in his monologue? Start fuming! Maybe your emotions will lead to attention from others, and thus you managed to be a passive part of the conversation and get an active role. Now, as with everything, don't overdo it. Not every quip needs an emotional response, and overusing /emotes and /e is a common beginners mistake. Use it sparingly at the right time, and you'll make any conversation much more lively. Let's look at some examples. 4.1.2 Being part of a Conversation: Examples So let's have a scenario of 4 people involved, a specialized jonin (Saku) with his assigned team (Flame, Iskarus, Hisa) doing a simple reconnaissance mission. Name: Text like this represents normal dialouge (Text like this represents events happening in-game) Text like this represents using the /e command Saku: Alright, we have arrived, Flame and Hisa, make sure no one was here before. Flame: Sure thing. Hisa: Will do. (Flame and Hisa start moving around, investigating the area) Saku: Iskarus, you'll follow me, we will check the surrounding area. Iskarus yawns Iskarus: That sounds boring as hell. Saku: Too bad, come on, follow me. Iskarus shrugs. (Iskarus and Saku move ahead, but can't find anything suspicious) Iskarus: Great, a waste of time. Saku: I know you'd rather be sparring now, but we have a mission to do. Iskarus: Wasn't there anything more exciting available? Saku frowns. Saku: It's not always about fighting, you know? Iskarus: Tell that to the neo-akatsuki. Flame: Complaining again, Iskarus? (Flame and Hisa joined up with Iskarus and Saku) Iskarus: Ah, shut up, nobody asked you. Flame starts laughing. Saku: Did you find anything? Hisa: No, nothing at all. Hisa stretches and yawns. Hisa: So can we go home now, I'm tired. Iskarus: Yeah, we are wasting our time here. Flame: As if you have anything better to do. Flame grins wide. Iskarus: I do, beating you in another sparring match. Flame: Ist that so? Well, let's go then! (Flame enables PvP, indicating he is ready to spar.) Iskarus: Sure, I get to beat you in a different setting. (Iskarus enables PvP as well) Hisa crosses her arms. Hisa: So immature. (Flame and Iskarus get in position, but Saku runs between them) Saku: Enough already, this is too dangerous. Flame: Ugh, fine. (Flame disables PvP) Iskarus: Oh, what, afraid? You should be. Saku starts grinning. Saku: If you want to spar that badly, let's head back to the village, and we have a go. Loser has to buy ramen for the team. Flame looks excited. Hisa: Nice, free ramen. Iskarus: Anytime Teach, get ready to pay up! Saku: We'll see. (The group heads back to the village) That was a lot; let's analyze the conversation and use of emotes. I wrote it deliberately with everyone being considerate of each other and assuming no one interrupted anyone. Notice how a majority of sentences are kept short. This is very important and something you should always pay attention to. Writing too much slows down the flow of the conversation, people will be too busy reading your wall of text, and the RP quickly withers away. This applies even more to the /e command. Writing too much is counterproductive since it is meant for emotions and not conversations. On the topic of using /e, notice how I used it in a way to connect it to the previous or upcoming sentence. This is a great way to give your dialogue more punch and make it feel alive. Sometimes the /e command has been used purely for reactions, which is a clear example of the earlier mentioned method of being part of a conversation without interrupting it. The amount of /e used is also in an acceptable range, but some could argue against it. This always comes back to preference, but since the things they wrote in /e were very short I doubt anyone would have a problem with it. So this is what we gathered. -Use sweet and short sentences unless you need to describe something of importance, or it just can't be done otherwise. -Use the /e command, but keep it short and don't overdo it. Now let's look at another example. This time, with a jonin (Reign) and his team of genin (Randi, Sepu, Dominic) doing a reconnaissance mission as well. Name: Text like this represents normal dialouge (Text like his represents events happening in-game) Text like this represents using the /e command Reign: We arrived at the destination mentioned in our mission documents. Let's scout out the nearby area and find any clues that may lead to enemy movement of any sort. Randi and Sepu, you check this sector while Dominic and I will check the next one. Sepu: Alright. Dominic: Understood. Randi: What the hell, no way. I will go with you Sensei, Dominic is not ready to handle a surprise attack like I am. Dominic: What makes you say that? Randi: Sensei, trust me, you are much better off with me on your side. Dominic: Hey, I'm talking to you! Dominic gets angry. (Randi runs ahead of the group) Reign: I guess Randi and I will go. You two stay together then. Dominic: ... Sepu pats him on the back. Sepu: Don't let it get to you. Dominic: You're right. (Meanwhile, Reign runs after Randi and meets up with him) Reign: Randi, this kind of behaviour goes against everything they teach you in the academy, and I won't have a genin disobey me and make up their own mind. It is simply unacceptable, and I hope you understand the consequences of your action. Randi: Look sensei, I found footprints. And from the looks of it, they must've been from the neo-akatsuki, and they are fresh too, maybe we can catch them off guard! Randi revels in the fact that he found something by himself, screaming out loud "Soon I will get my revenge on the neo-akatsuki for attacking our village." Reign: Now hold up how can you be sure that it is from the neo-akatsuki? We have no reports of them in our mission documentation, and they haven't been roaming this area for quite some time. (Reigns message was barely sent as another wall of text from Randi is posted) Randi: Take the others to the village and warn the Kage; I will go ahead and find more evidence. Don't worry; I'll manage on my own. Reign: Listen here; you are the genin; I am the jonin. You don't give orders. Randi: What the hell, I am clearly more competent than all of you. Why would you prevent me from pursuing my destiny, my NINJA WAY! You know what, maybe the neo-akatsuki is right after all. I don't need a village to hold me down. Screw you and these other morons. I'll be back even stronger and crush you. Randi gets furious about the fact that the jonin won't understand him and proceeds to flee into the wilderness by himself. (Randi runs off into a different map, not regarding Reign or his team in any way) We will end the convo here because I am sure the majority can tell that this was an example of how to do everything wrong. I purposefully wrote it with everyone staying in character despite the horrible RP going on, to make the errors more clear. So let's dissect and apply what we already know. First of all, both Reign and Randi are writing way too much. Their sentences are long, full of unnecessary information and overall poorly executed. The most significant problem child here is Randi. Not only does he continuously write excessively, but he ignores his teammates and his higher up. He is lost in monologues and forces himself into the position of leader. This also applies to the way he is using the /e command. That command is used to express emotions and actions one takes that aren't doable by gameplay means. We established that these should be used both sparingly and kept short. He overdoes it and makes his performance even more underwhelming. These mistakes become much more problematic since the chatbox used in NinOnline is already small, and long sentences like that make it impossible to have fluent RP for everyone involved. 4.2. How to properly use the /e and /emotes commands I have been mentioning it a lot, and we are going to use this section to elaborate on how exactly you should use it without hurting your RP instead of helping it. Said several times already, but something that can't be stressed enough. Don't overdo it!!! It is the biggest mistake of a lot of people and the downfall of their maybe otherwise completely fine RP. You should keep what you say in /e short and sweet. Here are some good examples. (Someone else said something to another person.) Saku is angry. (Someone stars yelling or screaming) Saku shrieks in surprise. (A friend or ally gets defeated in combat) Saku starts tearing up. To the point, clear, not disrupting the flow of conversation, and thus, the flow of the RP stays intact. Now for some terrible examples. (Someone else said something to another person.) Randi gets infuriated about what the hokage just said, he can't believe that he heard it with his own ears. (Someone stars yelling or screaming) Randi is struck with fear, causing him to stumble backwards and fall on to his rear, resulting in his pants getting dirty. (A friend or ally gets defeated in combat) Randi suddenly realizes a wet feeling on his eyes "Are those tears?" as he quickly wipes them away with his forearm. Now we have to make it clear that, objectively these sentences aren't wrong. Some may argue they provide more information than the short versions, but they aren't taking into consideration the context of a given situation. 90% of the time, short sentences are more appropriate and just work better. So what about the other 10%? This is where you go back to the topic of context. If several people are interacting with each other, we use the short versions, but in some unique cases, we can use the more extended versions that are similar to what Randi used. Below I will list possible scenarios that may be applicable. 1. As a way to initiate RP If there isn't already any RP going on and you don't just want to ask for it blatantly, you can use a longer /e message to indicate your intentions effectively. Saku gets excited seeing his friend Flame sparring and decides to join him Saku is happy to be greeted by Iskarus, and starts grinning wide. Saku is baffled that Hisa got so much stronger since the last time they met. This is a valid use and clear sign that you are currently RPing and thus totally acceptable to be wordier than average. 2. Doing a specific action in RP Maybe your team leader asked youto look for clues in the forest where a group of genin have been assaulted. Instead of simply walking around a bit and continuing the conversation, you can use a longer /e message. Saku gets frustrated since he can't find anything useful in the area. Saku shudders as he accidentally puts his onto a bloodstain. Saku rummages through a bush and manages to find a strange-looking kunai. Scenarios like these are probably the best for longer /e sentences since they paint a picture we can't achieve otherwise. The trick is not to use this all the time and is one of the most common mistakes during chunin exams. Standing in the waiting room and using a sentence like this: Randi pulls out a scroll with plans and strategies for the upcoming exams and shows it to his friends. Let's remember context. In our first example, Saku was given a task and used the /e command to emphasize his actions that he couldn't do otherwise. In the instance of Randi, it becomes trickier. If no one asked him and he just said it for the sake of RP, it is a poor choice and somewhat of an ass-pull. It is much more graceful to talk about a plan with your team and create it right then and there. Thus, after your entire team does some RP you could use a /e sentence like: Randi writes everything down that he has discussed with his team. Now it becomes much more understandable and more exciting since it is a reaction to a prior event. If you want to insist that you were prepared beforehand make that clear to the rest of the people involved. Mention it to your team in a conversation, brag about having studied prior exams, etc. You need a set-up, or otherwise, your RP will suffer. 3. Thoughts and Passive Interaction Sometimes, you don't want to say something directly but share certain information or feelings with your peers. This is where longer /e sentences can come in handy. But be careful since this is another big problem for a lot of people, overdoing it and technically never saying anything and being mute, in an RP sense. There are generally two methods we can approach to get our thoughts across. A direct and a more narrative one. The direct way would look like this: Flame starts thinking "Why won't anyone listen to the kage during the chunin exams?" In this case, we can see what the character in question is thinking about any given scenario. The narrative solution would look like this: Flame is confused; he didn't expect the chunin exams to be so unorganized. This way makes it seem, as the name suggests, that someone is narrating his thoughts and allows us to phrase things that would be otherwise not fitting your character (throwback to section 3.4) as long as it is within reason. We can also use longer sentences for situations where you simply can't interact with but don't want your character just to stand around and be silent. So let's assume we know for certain our character won't be getting any involvement for a set amount of time, and we don't to just spurt out random lines. Now lines like ... Flame stretches and lays down on the floor, trying to get himself into a comfortable position. ... become acceptable because you won't be doing much anyway, and is an excellent way to be a passive part of the RP, of course under the assumption you won't overdo it. So what have we learned? Using the /e command is a double-edged sword. While it provides your RP with a lot more depth and can make for some engaging scenarios and conversations, using it poorly or in excessive amounts can quickly make you look like a complete tool. So always remember, when you are about to type your next /e command, ask yourself "Is this really necessary?". It is regularly better to type less. We already know that we can't constantly be in the spotlight, but we can always make a fool out of ourselves. Use /e responsibly. 4.3 The chunin exam The without a doubt biggest RP event available for players is the Chunin Exam, or CE for short. This is a tournament hosted by the Kage of a village and the primary way to advance from the genin rank. I have been part of, and spectated, several CE over the four years and was the first person to receive a higher rank because of RP. So I want to use this opportunity to talk about this major RP event and why the outcome should not discourage you from doing RP or stop playing altogether. Let's get started! Since players in the form of the Kage and the higher ranking shinobi are in charge of handling the CE, they all vary greatly in execution. Some may go more smoothly than others, and the enforcement of RP is handled differently. Already we come to a big issue with the CE. At the time of creating this guide, I was fortunate enough that a CE was held within one of the villages. And witnessing the decision making of the Kage made it extremely clear that the player run communities are both a blessing and a curse. Let us look at some examples. "Kage A held a CE. He is overall considered ruthless and harsh for his strictness and enforcement of rules, both PvP and RP related. And not doing any RP at all restricts you from receiving a higher rank, even if you would've won the entire tournament. The higher ranking shinobi overwatching his CE act similarly." "Kage B held a CE. It has just begun, and the crowd is rowdy. He tells them to be quiet to explain the rules. One of the participants, entirely out of character, constantly interrupts him. The Kage, in RP, walks up to him and warns him for the last time. He continues though, met with an emoticon by the Kage. The Kage is overall very forgiving and doesn't punish at all. His higher ranking shinobi act similarly, breaking RP regularly and fooling around, even arguing with him, but not in an RP sense." Now we have two completely different Kage and how they handle their CE. Every RPer will of course side with Kage A, since in their eyes it is the proper way to host such an event. But we established that this is a PvP focused game and community. So while it is called an RP event, since it is in the hand of sometimes people that never did any RP, you can see how this becomes a huge problem. So a majority of people prefer Kage B, since he will pardon and give them second chances till the actual fighting portions of the tournament start. This is also why I mentioned it at the beginning, don't get discouraged by the CE since Kage change as do participants, so you have a chance to be part of a decent one eventually. And some may think now "But why participate if RP isn't enforced properly?" and I can only say you are right. The CE is a big turn off due to the false advertisement and inadequate regulations in most cases, but as stated, villages are run by players. And the examples given weren't made up, but things that happened in real CE tournaments. And again, some may think now "If even the higher ranks don't care, why should I?" and once again I can only say you are correct. You shouldn't, but it is the only official way to get a higher rank within the game by RP means or at least stated that way. And maybe you get lucky and have a Kage A hosting your tournament. I realize that it sounds underwhelming for everyone that wants to join because of the RP but still do it. You need a team, after all, so get some friends together, and if everyone is just not caring, at least your team will. CE are a great way to make memories, and even a Kage B may see your RP performance and gives you a rank. And if you think that is impossible with the current leadership, try to push for a vote, or change villages. As an RPer, we are the minority, so we have to bend a lot to get the experience we desire. Some may have been looking for actual advice, but following this guide is all you need. It is a glorified RP session after all, so the same rules apply. We talked about how to be part of a conversation, consistency, passive engagement, and the use of emotes. There isn't anything else you would need for the CE. So give it your best, and obviously, try to have fun with it. Don't get frustrated over other people failing miserably trying to string a coherent sentence together. RP with your team and be the best at it and trust me, if you give it your all, people will notice you. They always do. And this concludes my guide on NinOnline specific RP. I am always willing to help someone in terms of RP regarding their backstory or otherwise so just message me. I hope I could help someone with it and can't wait to see you in-game. Afterword If anyone wonders who I am and why I did this. I'm Saku, joined this game a little over 4 years ago, only ever had this account and been a big fan of RP way before that. As mentioned already, I was the first person to receive a rank because of RP, being promoted to the first specialized jonin of Nin. That's why I wanted to make this updated guide since there is an older version pinned, but I felt it didn't represent me or the Nin RP accurately, so I reworked it. I enjoy writing, so feedback is highly appreciated. Thanks for taking your time reading this far. You're the best.
  6. Erox

    mid level Easter Mid Level Event's

    Hello, to celebrate i will be hosting an event for mid level players for a chance to win any item in the Event Item Shop located in Takumi! Level Req's - 20-40 Time's - 4pm, 8pm and 12pm EDT/EST Please RSVP to join this event!
  7. Erox

    low levels Easter Lowbie Event's

    Hello, to celebrate i will be hosting an event for low level players for a chance to win any item in the Event Item Shop located in Takumi! Level Req's - 1-20 Time's - 2pm, 6pm and 10pm EDT/EST Please RSVP to join this event!
  8. Kaen

    Ok, listen, friends. I was chatting with @antar86 and we said to ourselves that there might be the possibility of putting out missions outside the framework of daily life and RP missions. While integrating the two concepts a little. "Confidential Message" is that once a day the Kage is entitled to send a message to another Kage / Akat leader. (lvl 35+) (250Kxp) (0 ryos) (A Rank mission) Imagine the Mizukage wants to taunt the Hokage and writes "send nudes" to him on a parchment. He gives it to someone he thinks is qualified enough to pass it on. So the friend goes to travel around the world to deliver the message of his leader to the Hokage. Except that when the bears arrive, the friend is attacked by a sand ninja! Fallen in combat, the poor guy will lose the mission and will not be able to do it again because the Mizukage can only do this once a day. At this moment, the guy from Suna picks up the parchment and realizes that he has just received a mission entitled "Bring back the stolen message to Kazekage". When he realizes how lucky he is, a deserting ninja has just cut off the head of our sand guy. This guy knows how his new mission works because he has already had to send a message from the Akatsuki to the Hokage. Our new protagonist is about to turn around when suddenly, the reinforcements from the village of the mist came to avenge their fallen friend during the battle. The scroll is recovered and the mission can follow its course.
  9. Ketzu

    Hello again, Nin community! I bring yet another open-ended question to the forums, again, standing firmly in the camp of non-PvP oriented. With this game's growing community, and understandably diverse playerbase, there are bound to be people that play to kill others almost exclusively. Similarly speaking, a lot of the game seems to be geared towards that PvP combat, with the exception of a few missions. That being said, there are more than likely people who simply want to make friends, and have more of a wholesome, violence-free lifestyle, right? My question, then, is this: Can we create a comprehensive list of things to do in-game that do not involve player killing? Talking to people/making connections. Fighting mobs to level or for items. Helping others with missions. Gambling at Tanzaku! Making alts and trying out new jutsu. Participating in certain events. I ask this as I want to establish a baseline of understanding for both myself, and whoever reads this thread, on what there is to do outside of PvP - and potentially find new nuggets of information hidden beneath the surface. Thank you very much for your time and consideration - I'll update this post with each and every one of your suggestions and ideas!
  10. So many organasations and missing ninja offer hit jobs for exchange of Ryo . You offer money for them to do jobs like kill a player or raid a village , block a passage "ghcough-bridge-cough" or offer a form of protection. But here is where the problem arises . What happens when either party decides to go all "419 Nigerian prince" mode and scam each other . Does the client pay first or does the hired ninja does the job first . Who says that I can't take the money and run away or do a hired job and not get paid in the end . Here's where the solution comes. There needs to exist a "Midle-man" but it can't be a player because we run to the same problem as before. So why not have a system similar to trade where both parties have to accept it. How will this system work: First, the client goes next to the ninja for hire ,just like trade the hired ninja accepts the "custom quest". Then the second part takes place, a window with check boxes pops up here the client can choose what type of custom "quest" {where the system can recognise when it is complite} he wants to give, He can select the box for an assassination {hit job} or the box for raiding villages etc . Now for the third part, The client places his rewards for when the "quest" is complete this could be ryo and items . The following step is optional, The client can even place a deadline for when the "deal/quest" is off and maybe a fee. lastly the receiving party must accept for the quest to take place . Once the costume "quest" is accepted by the hired ninja the rewards will be removed from the clients inventory and a new mission will pop up in the ninja's missions tap that looks kind of like this (not an artist this is for demonstration) When the mission is complete the hired ninja receives the rewards and calls it a day. If he fails to complete it before the deadline then the deals off and the client gets the reward , if a deadline fee is present then the fee gets taken from the ninja and is given to the client . What are your thoughts on this suggestion? let me know. @Ueda
  11. Dear Ninja, Since you took your first steps you've started your story even without knowing it, and since then you've grown and met a vast amount of individuals whom you've built a relationship. Either through rivalry, partnership, idols or someone to look up to, that's your story and its the foundation of this event so. Today we start an event and the rules are simple. Make an adventure Document your adventure Take pictures (Or however you'd like to present it EG: Video, Sketches etc.) Post it 1st place prize: Gold Ninja and x10 Coupons. 2nd and 3rd place prize: Premium Hair (Winners choice) x5 Coupons. Then end date is 2/29 (The end of the month) If you don't understand the rules, you can use the following link as a reference. Good luck! and find a great adventure to tell! Winners First Place: Ketzu Runner Up: Kekiro Runner Up: Tekkey Hinode Thank you everyone who participated, it was a hard choice because all of your stories were phenomenal!
  12. ana primal

    Welcome and good job to all who enter won or lost in the ce as a gift to all players of sand I will host a event on the 7.03 (next week) the event will have 4 stages and will have 5 winners only. This ever is most like 95% rp based so don’t worry (if you have bad ping ) for the event I suggest to bring many tools beyond that bring pancakes i love pancakes . Now to the entering part of the event not ever body can enter to enter will have a special requirement and that is village contribution points you will need to have over 100 points in total to do that o to mission room in sand kage office and talk to mission giver Midori and press contribution there you will see your points send pls those screenshot to me on my discord primal#1992 so you may enter or post it in this forum post . That would be all good luck and i hope to see you there. to all who dont know how to check go to Midori and press contribution THIS ARE THE POINTS YOU NEED TO TAKE THE SCREEN SHOT AND SEND IT
  13. Erox

    Player Event: Leaf RP/PVP

    First part will be focused on RP, staying in character will make the experience better. Revealing Root members during the whole event will lead to disqualification. Strictly follow Root's orders since they will be guiding and hosting the whole event. Ruining the event with spam or such will lead to disqualification. This event is will be to recruit members so good performance will be noticed. Toxicity is allowed. This tournament will be 1 versus 1. The event will take place this Saturday, 02/29/2020 at 4PM EST at Tanzaku Village. 1st place: 4 Event-Coupons 2nd place: 2 Event-Coupons 3rd place: 1 Event-Coupon
  14. Hello! This is my first post on the forums, and I just wanted to talk a bit about the roleplaying aspect of the game. When I found the game, I was excited to learn that there's a large focus on roleplaying characters, and living through scenarios in-game. Having played for a few days, I've noticed that the RPing portion is kind of spread thin. Maybe I'm not looking at it in a certain lens, maybe I'm understanding differently, I dunno. While I have found some people that really like the whole notion of "being in the ninja world", there's quite a few people that just kind of don't care. While that's okay too, I'm more curious about everyone else's experiences and how they feel on the subject. What's your take on the current roleplaying nature of the game? Should there be more people acting the part? Less? Do you like roleplaying in-game? Do you feel as though it can be better? Worse? Any fond memories? I want to learn more about the community and their take on this portion of the game, so please, don't be shy! Let me hear your voices! Thank you very much, hope to hear from you all soon.
  15. Do you want to know why newcomers quickly quit games? besides the lack of content in the forum I think the main cause is the DM even the guys from the village itself kills the newbies besides there is always a guy from another row at lv 50 in the initial up killer starting places this ends up demotivating because the guy can't even get strong since those who are already so strong hinder instead of help ps: english is not my first language tip for novices don't trust the members of the village itself all old players are all raven killers
  16. Hageshi Date

    (Hello I will be trying to put out some short stories from my RP life on Nin, you can find my currently being written story on my profile. Enjoy and happy holidays!) Leaf, Mist and Takumi! It was a seemingly peaceful day for Hageshi, no raids and no fights, but he was getting bored. He was pascing back and forth of the square of Konoha when he suddenly got the urge to visit the Land of Toads, maybe he would find something fun to do there? As he entered the Toad Village he met the Mist shinobi Feinz, he was a pretty cool guy who loved a good sparring session. Hageshi approached him with a "hello" and they talked for a good bit, then out of nowhere came the Hokage Vali who was also looking for a way to escape his boring responsibilities. The three ninja decided to let out steam and have a good sparring session in the south are in the Land of Toads. As they were sparring out of nowhere a group of Rogue ninja who were looking for worthy opponents. They joined the others, eventually in the span of an hour 15 ninjas all from different villages were sitting, chatting and sparring together in peace. (Feinz never reset after he lost the bet vs Vali )
  17. Hadashah

    Alas this truly is a harassing ninja world...we have lost brothers Hayashi Yamamoto Takeshi and Hayashi Lu Kang. We will be holding a memorial for them at the Leaf Village war monument this Sunday at 1 pm EST. @Kuraen Vali is allowing open attendance, so everyone is allowed to come! Chief of LMPF, @Kuraen MacDom has instructed if you are a non-leafie that would like to attend, please to meet at L1 (north of mini) and guests with proceed from there. Afterwards we will adjourn to Tanzaku to wash away our sorrow with sake, spars, gambling, and memeing.
  18. Leaf Gentleman

    Beauty Contest MISS LEAF AND MISTER LEAF To win title of 1st Leaf Miss You have to: 1)Be a Kunoichi (female character) 2)Send a pictures(screenshots) in: a)Bikini(no clothes) b)Normal Clothes c)War Clothes 3)Win in fair voting on special discord Channel (Jury is voting, but also Thumps Up under Your post counts) To win title of 1st Leaf Mister You have to: 1)Be a Shinobi (male character) 2)Send a pictures(screenshots) in: a)Boxers (no clothes) b)Normal Clothes c)War Clothes 3)Win in fair voting on special discord Channel (Jury is voting, but also Thumps Up under Your post counts) During finals in competition, 3 Kunoichis and 3 Shinobis with the biggest number of votes will have to answer 2 questions from Jury (Goal in life, Hobby, Funny story from past, Ideas about Peace in world, etc etc). Jury will Choose one winner for titles: 1st Leaf Miss and 20 NIN CREDITS 1st Leaf Mister and 20 NIN CREDITS from 6 finalists (3 females, 3 males) which had a greatest RP based answers and best look. JURY: @Kureji @Aikya @Leaf Gentleman and You people. Prizes are sponsored by @Ueda FINALS WILL BE STREAMED ON TWITCH (Toad Island)
  19. SparkZZ

    I believe we should be able to configure keybinds to use emotes (such as /! /? ) while running. This would definitely be of good use for RP.
  20. Jero

    Regards A few days ago I was talking with some friends about how it was If there is a mandatory Rp server maybe this will decrease in part the toxicity of people, since those who break their Rp would be punished
  21. Kuraen Alarnin

    Hello Nin Community. I am comming with (hopes so) great idea. I`ve talk to many people in Leaf village about some sort of weak RP in the game, I came up with idea. Additional RP missions like RP5, RP6 and RP7 for Leaf, Sand and Mist village Levels for RP missions would be: RP5 - 35+ (Reward is 400k xp) RP6 - 40+ (Reward is 700k xp) RP7 - 48+ (Reward is 900k xp) All the missions will have to take place in danger zone (Bell Zone map to "grind" RP missions after RP4 would be called as abuse) To reward this for Rogues from Takumi, I would recommend one from Option: 1) Additional Daily mission after lvls 35 (That means, after Toad missions, rogues will get 4 missions daily) 2) Additional Missions Chain in Tanzaku and Labolatory (Kill 4 Chunins from village, Kage assasination, Obtain 3 bloodvials). For 2nd option those missions will be able to take only ONCE, but will give huge amount of XP (1,5kk xp for Mission from Labolatory, 2kk xp for mission from Tanzaku) I think thise idea would bring some fresh air to NIN. Waiting for Your feedback @Ueda
  22. Deathmall

    (As of May 26, 2018 this system no longer exists. Thank you to those who've participated, it was a good test-run and we've managed to learn somethings for the future) The Hidden Leaf Village will initiate a rank-based system with permanent teams after the Chunin Exam V in April. After meetings with the Higher-up of the Hidden Leaf Village, I've decided to implement permanent Genin teams for Chunin Ranked individuals. The way this will work is, Chunins will be asked to lead a team of 3 Genins, and the Chunins are expected to lead all three past the Chunin Exams. I will be forming teams after Chunin Exam V using all the listed names I received prior to the exam. This plan will ask for the following ranks to... Jonins - The Jonins of the Hidden Leaf Village will not only be required to fulfill their basic duties such as serve as commanders in the battlefield but will also be asked to oversee the Chunins and ensure everything goes as planned. (Also important to note Jonins would be priority to be picked as leaders of official organizations, and Specialized Jonins would ideally assist as Co-Leaders. Specializied Jonins - Specialized Jonins will be asked to assist Jonins, but their main duties will fall into official organizations within Leaf (Leaf Military Police Force, Medical Elite Division & Leaf's Intelligence Division). (Note Specialized Jonins are unable to lead a team) Chunins - Chunins will be required to lead a permanent team of 3 members (By permanent I mean till all 3 of their assigned Genins pass the exam). Genins - Genins are to submit team requests to me (Via Forums, In-game or Discord) before the Chunin Exam V. (As we work our way up with more ranked people RP Titles like Council and high-positions in organizations will be soon requiring ranks) Hidden Leaf's Official Organizations: Medical Elite Division - https://www.ninonline.org/forum/index.php?/gc/33-medical-elite-division/ Leaf Military Police Force - (Soon) If you wish to know more about Ranks & Titles make sure to review the post inserted below - More information about this Team System will be on this post in form of a reply below. It'll include Team Swap requests, Team Replacements (due to inactivity) etc.. Compatibility will be a priority when deciding teams things such as language, levels, masteries, activitiy, and timezone will all be accounted for. Best Regards, Third Hokage and The Hidden Leaf's Council™
  23. Dear Ninja, I'd just like to reveal to your the prologue of Nin Online. It will give you a rough idea of what to expect for the in-game storyline and roleplay backstory. Brace yourselves! Prologue Two hundred years have passed since the 4th Shinobi World War, during which the world was saved from a threat to its existence. It is becoming harder for new leaders to honor the alliances made by their predecessors; the bonds formed during the war are becoming unstable and the peace between villages is beginning to grow questionable. Meanwhile, a copycat group who operate under the same name as the Akatsuki has come to light. Initially not viewed as a threat, the organization was allowed to establish itself before anyone could take notice of them. Their objectives are mysterious and their new leader is unknown. Mankind had made progress in changing age old-traditions of sealing the tailed beasts within power ninja. For years they have roamed the world freely and peacefully, but now have started to behave aggressively. The villages fear the beasts may be under someone's control, and are strengthening their defenses to protect their villages from the threat of destruction and the possibility of another war erupting in their time. Born into a generation which has known only peace and has never witnessed war, you start your journey as an academy student about to venture into the world of ninja. Responsibilities come with every decision you make. Will you become a force for peace and exact your justice, or will you descend into darkness and bring this world to an end? Hope you enjoy the quick read, more details on the history and what has happened between the end of the 4th Shinobi World War and the events of Nin Online will be revealed as we get closer to the beta! Regards, Rory