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Post by Hayaji on Wed Aug 05, 2009 2:51 am

Name: Hayaji (last name unknown)

Age: 26

Bloodline: Rinnegan

Rank: S

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Village: Kirigakure [Mist](DEFECTED)

Alignment: Evil, with a hidden good inside of him.

Appearance:
The old appearance, courtesy of Kyo. This needs to be updated with new uniform and a more mature appearance.

Personality:
A generally emotionless person however people must get to know him to be able to see him express himself. Usually carries out duties without question, and thinks on the logical side of things. He is extremely mature and likes to be looked at for answers in difficult situations. He is confident and respects his opponents in most situations - Hayaji is secretive, calm and collected.

History:
NOT DONE

Born into it


Over 100 years ago, the parents of Negato from the Rain village also gave birth secretly to another boy. Since the country was overpopulous, the council stated that families were only allowed one child. The child was, reluctantly, given up for adoption. This boy grew up in a normal foster home, married a normal women and gave birth to a child. Over an 80 year period, the rinnegan was passed down through this bloodline, hidden within the genetic code of the family. Eventually, at seemingly the end of the minor rinnegan trait, it was unlocked within the last child of the bloodline. This child, a baby boy, was given the name of Hayaji, after the god of wind. He grew up within Kirigakure in a seemignly normal ninja life with both his mother, a medical nin, and father, an accomplished village elder. Until this stage, the Rinnegan had yet to be unlocked and remained dormant.

Potential


Over his younger years, Hayaji was an exuberant child. He was very agile, active and loved life. His parents, Kiku and Shikoko, sent him to the academy at a fairly young age. There he struggled for a few years, but he found it worthwhile as he had met a wide variety of friends there. Hayaji's training always seemed to be lacking a certain factor, and until this was realised he would never to be able to excel to his full potential. For this reason, he never passed a measly genin rank within the village, and was utterly disappointed after not getting selected for 3 consecutive chunin exams. The academy mentors often said "he was not ready yet," however they all knew this was not the case. If something, anything, did not change within Hayaji, his mental or physical abilities, he would never be able to sit for that chunin exam.

An obvious example would be when it came to kunai training. Often, when it was his turn to throw a handful of kunai from distance at a log, he would freeze and remember everything that his instructors had said, and what he believed himself to be. This lack of self esteem was most definitely one of the lows of Hayaji's life. Usually he held back subtle cries to avoid more hassle by the other students, but at one stage it was inevitable. The older kids picked on him and bullied him for being a 'cry baby' when what he wanted to do all along was just fit in with the other students, particularly the more respected ones. Eventually they got over it, but unfortunately for Hayaji, he couldn't, not for a while anyway.

Often after this time, Hayaji became quite reluctant and drawn back in most things he did. Sure, he still went to the academy, but he did not show much effort at all. This was most likely because he had accepted he was never going to become a 'shinobi'. Hayaji eventually grew apart from his friends, and then after he had no one to talk to and no one to trust. After sulking about all day at the academy, he would come home and stay in his room nearly all night. He knew he parents were concerned about him, but at the time he didn't care. They would often inquire with the heads of councils to see if there was anything they could do for him, but they always replied, "it's a journey of self discovery. He must find it for himself." Hayaji's parents, somehow through it all, put full trust in their only son hoping he would one day 'wake up' and achieve to be the best he could be.

Soon after, tragedy struck. Hayaji was 9 or so and still does not remember the event clearly, obviously traumatised. The ninja authorities told him it was a kidnapping, presumably for some kind of ransom, and they would rescue his parents at all cost. Even after this shocking blow, what was worse was that after a life-threatening stand-off, his parents were mown down, and killed in the crossfire between the rogue and village ninja. The rogue ninja were, after multiple encounters, eventually taken into custody and were eventually put to death. Apparently these men were wanted fugitives in many countries and this ended a series of terror they had ensued on each and every family affected.

It was never reported whose fault it was, but Hayaji's mind was set. After a long cry to the heavens after the loss of his parents, his rinnegan was unlocked. Suddenly, his vision would be changed forever. Not only was he alot more aware of his surroundings, but he could sense and feel chakra sources as clearly as he could feel the winds on his hands. He felt something inside of him change, like a potential suddenly unleash itself upon his body. Hayaji ran to his once happy household, and packed all his belongings. He dared not say goodbye to any of his once close friends, in case his ploy was discovered. With slight difficulty he managed to escape out of his apartment block unnoticed. He left under the cover of darkness, sneaking out under the nose of the Mist shinobi.

Training Arc


After wandering for quite a number of days, he realised it was pointless and lay down to die. However his time on earth was not nearly done and a man appeared out of the tree line to come and greet him. He walked with a certain grace and compassion about him, but his appearance gave off a rough and ragged feel. His arms glided by each of his sides while his legs flowed through the long grass. This man was known as Kiroshi, and he told Hayaji he was a wanderer just like him. He took Hayaji back to his current campsite, and revealed to him that he was a former ninja from Konoha. Kiroshi was a former respected jounin from Konoha, but he never told Hayaji why he left his old life. Hayaji was a first completely suspicious of this new presence, but somehow gave him the trust he deserved. He taught Hayaji over the weeks how to fight as a ninja, and he was impressed at his progress.

Kiroshi was aware of the Rinnegan, and realised that it allowed Hayaji to attempt, practice, and complete much more difficult tasks. He eventually, after fighting and training with Kiroshi over the period of a few months, grew to a chunnin level. This was an almost alarming rate, had it not been for the rinnegan. It was one of the main driving forces behind his fast process, and he was most definitely an inspiration for Kiroshi. Over the coming years, Hayaji trained with Kiroshi, and together they also undertook bounties from countries, to help better his ability, while making a tidy profit in the process. As Hayaji grew and matured, so did his skill and logic, and he had grown into a much stronger ninja, with the help of hardened Kiroshi.

Hayaji’s rinnegan soon grew in power and adaptability. He found he had a special talent in the creation of and use of seals. This came to attention while Kiroshi was training Hayaji one morning by practicing seal application. Kiroshi attempted to show him the art of seal creation, with which Kiroshi was quite adept himself. Hayaji’s seals were so intense and powerful that they could only be stopped by a complete upholding of chakra through his body. Along with this newfound ability came the complete comfortability of summoning creatures during battle. Kiroshi leant him some older scrolls to summon minor beasts, and soon he interacted on a personal level with the creatures, becoming friends with each and every one of them. Soon Hayaji found he was able to control the beasts mentally, as if they were under complete strings. The creatures commented on the force ebbing in and out of them during these states, and how it was uncomfortable yet reassuring at the same time. However the rinnegan trait that remained, through all the generations was the ability to visualise chakra, just like the Byakugan. He was able to see where chakra was coming from at any time, perhaps even avoiding deadly situations in the process. This became an excellent advantage in battle.

Another new trait, which managed to surprise Kiroshi greatly, was his technique to use one handed seals. This had only ever been seen done before by Haku of the wave country, and it was a truly small yet remarkable ability. It provided an upper hand to Hayaji during his matches with Kiroshi, and Kiroshi himself commented on its annoyance to him, as one hand could block or accomplish other tasks while one performed the jutsu. One particular time was when Kiroshi brought down an almost destructive blow unto Hayaji, who blocked it with his arm guard on one hand, while performing jutsu with the other. This posed dangerous for Kiroshi, and he quickly fled the immediate vicinity.

Kiroshi also taught Hayaji in the ability to meditate. Often they would both hike to the pinnacles of mountains just to meditate on top of them. Hayaji grew to like meditating, and Kiroshi said it was one of the most important things a ninja can do. It allowed their current stress and worry to flow outwards like a puff of smoke, and it greatly relaxed the mind and body. It became somewhat of a daily necessity – every morning Hayaji would find a slow flowing river and meditate by it for hours on end. This also improved his abilities in battle – after Hayaji’s daily meditating session, Kiroshi found he was more aware and agile in battle.

However, no matter how hard Kiroshi tried, he was not able to teach Hayaji the ability to unlock another element. Sure enough, Hayaji was attuned to Fuuton, and his wind techniques were fine. The problem was, the rinnegan disallowed the use of any other than the element that the user is naturally attuned to. No matter what they both did, this could not be apprehended, and any attempts to teach Hayaji a second recessive element were futile. Hayaji had a particular distate to the use of ninjutsu and genjutsu, but Kiroshi stressed that these were extremely important to ninja. Hayaji reluctantly attempted ninjutsu techniques, although he was talented in this area, he preferred not to use them unless needed.

The only reason Kiroshi undertook Hayaji as an 'apprentice' to train, was because he almost instantaneously became aware of his potential. He could sense it, if nothing else, and his rinnegan eyes, the eyes of legends, only sealed his fate under the watchful eye of Kiroshi. Kiroshi dared not ask about them however, in case they triggered an emotional or distressing event, as these are the conditions that are usually needed to unlock them. No, he didn't ask, instead he pushed and worked Hayaji, to become aware and test his ability, both physically and mentally. Sure enough the rinnegan held to its legends, and they were indeed powerful items in the arsenal of shinobi.

A few weeks later, Kiroshi and Hayaji accepted a bounty from a small country, out to see the end of one of the villages missing ninja. Sure enough, they took it with great anticipation, hoping to learn and grow from this new experience. However not all went to plan. After tracking the ninja for weeks, they eventually found his trail, and kept to it for days, monitoring his movements. The ninja they were 'hunting' turned out to be an exceptionally powerful shinobi, whose wielded truly powerful ninjutsu techniques. Apparently he was also said to be a former member of the century old ‘Akatsuki’, a powerful and intimidating group of ninja, meaning he was also over a century old. Hayaji kept him immediately pinned under pressure with both taijutsu and his summonings, while Kiroshi tried to work in a finishing blow. Kiroshi was struck shockingly by a powerful and deadly katon jutsu, and after a great cry Hayaji put an end to the missing nin to aid his fallen comrade. Kiroshi was on his death bed, but had one last peice of advice for Hayaji. "Be the best you can be. Let nothing hold you back. Find your purpose." After this subtle yet sad message the life of his mentor Kiroshi came to an end.


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Post by Riku Shikyo on Mon Aug 10, 2009 12:36 am

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Post by Hayaji on Mon Aug 10, 2009 2:41 am

New Start Arc


Hayaji was depressed after the death of Kiroshi. His mentor, 'father', and friend, had left him. He was not used to being on his own, and wasn't sure what to do. Should he end it here and now? Was the rest of his time on earth worth it without Kiroshi? He didn't have the answers to these questions. He was close to the edge of suicide multiple times, however always his nagging conscience held him back. This gave him the feeling he was destined for bigger and better things, and he held onto this thought, will searching the ninja world for his purpose, training all the while. His training took him from the rough upper mountains of the mountain country, all along the edge of the ninja world. After all this searching and supposed 'fulfillment' he still could not find his place.

Soon after, Hayaji came across a powerful ninja named Battei. He certainly was able to see the power this shinobi held, and was curious as to how he crossed his path. Battei shockingly confronted Hayaji and mentioned to him that he was aware of his ability and power in combat. Hayaji, alarmed, prepared to fight, however Battei did close to the exact opposite. He told Hayaji of his adventures searching the ninja world for ninja of his calibre, to join a group called 'The Forgotten'. Hayaji, right then, right there, realised his purpose in life. Battei invited him on his travels, and he graciously accepted to be in the presence of this advanced shinobi. After meeting more shinobi, and fighting even more, Battei and Hayaji's friendship grew of their time as friends. They could both trust each other fully, and each relied on each other when the going got tough.

Hayaji's techniques were the strongest they had even been. He could now influence the power of the rinnegan into his techniques, notabley his seals and summonings. Through extreme training with Battei he was able to avoid even some of the fastest ninjutsu techniques through his rinnegan. All things were at last, after so many years, going right for Hayaji. He also noticed Battei grow in increasing strength, after multiple trips away. Most of those days Hayaji went on month-long expeditions taking bounties and hunting rogue ninja. This soon became tiresome, and he gave it up after making quite a lot of money.

Hayaji soon became aware of a powerful seal scroll that was on display within his former village, Amegakure. Apparently this scroll possessed several unique powers that had been handed down through the ninja generations. Unfortunately it was not for sale, but regardless Hayaji would attempt to steal this scroll for two reasons. One, to unlock the power this revered scroll had, and two, to regain his pride and strike back at his former village. He equipped himself, and headed to Amegakure alone, picking up his pace the further he went into Rain country territory.

Days later, he reached Amegakure within broad daylight. At last, he would put his seal abilities to the test.
Immediately he placed both hands, one on top of the other, on the ground right beneath his feet. He muttered several phrases, and a heavenly light arose from the ground, engulfing and surrounding his body. Hayaji sped forward into the village, practically unnoticed, until he came unto the temple where the scroll was being held. It was the hub of importance in Amegakure, and at the pinnacle of this temple, the village leader took residence. After multiple steps in, he was stopped by village chunin. “Hey you!” They called out. “You can’t be in here – this is forbidden property!” Regardless, he ran onwards, with the chunin on his heels.

When it came to the second floor, he was at least satisfied. Standing on the pedestal right in front of him, was the scroll he had been after. Unfortunately for Hayaji, he was surrounded by jounin and higher ranked ninja, slowly edging in. Obviously they did not want this scroll getting lost, or getting into the wrong hands. Fortunately for the ninja, Hayaji was not in an agitated mood, and activated his seal once more. After quickly snatching the scroll, the ninja pounced, swords drawn, on Hayaji. However, they pounced on thin air, as Hayaji was already gone, out of the village. His new seal proved worthwhile, and he would explain it all to the team when he got back. But for now, the story of sweet redemption would have to wait.




Speciality: Ninjutsu, seals and summonings.

Learned jutsus: NOT DONE

Elements: All

Weapons/items: Basic ninja gear, summoning scrolls.

Goals: Find his purpose in life.


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Post by Hayaji on Mon Aug 10, 2009 5:10 pm

done and ready for final approval.

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Post by Hatake Tane on Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:21 pm

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Post by Hayaji on Fri Mar 12, 2010 2:25 am

Just updating this to tell people know this profile is still valid.

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