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Aug 19, 2019 1:33 AM
A Decima summons Eldritch Ira to the Naruto-verse
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She found the old tome behind a new wall in the family shrine. It'd been bricked in. Hidden

Of course Hisame can hardly resist such a delightful temptation.

She skims through the book, pauses, then reads more thoroughly, a grin growing on her face.

Maybe it's nonsense. Sacrifices and blood and dark chants all for show.

But it was hidden for a reason. And maybe it's something more.

Maybe her way out of this damn Hidden Village.

Decima is good at stealth, and good at killing, no matter how Konoha keeps trying to shackle her. Finding an 'innocent' no one will miss in the next twenty four hours isn't actually that hard.

The symbols are fun to paint - she's never been allowed to play with blood properly - and she lights the sacred incense, carefully recites the chants, maintains the proper atmosphere within the shrine's sanctuary - 

And tries to summon a god.

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"Introduce them to true fun!"

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"So where do we start?"

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"For chakra? Meditation is a classic. Help you feel the energy inside you."

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"Well. I guess meditation then? I'm not sure I'll be very good at it..."

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"I can help guide you! But it does take a lot of practice."

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"Well. No time like the present to start practicing right?"

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"Right!" And she'll walk em through the basics of meditation and sensing.

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Ey's restless, but ey proves a quick enough study at the theory, if not so great at the practical aspects.

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She'll place her hand over em's, channel her chakra in a warm burst through eir hands - "It feels like this."

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-Oh.

Oh.

"I- yes, I feel...something?"

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"That's chakra! It might feel a little different in your own core, though."

Decima's is warm and sharp and almost spicy, if spicy was a texture and a color.

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-And back to focusing and-

Yes, there. Ant's is a little cooler, more mint-flavoured, if ey had to put a name to it, and softer somehow, more curves than points.

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"That's great!"

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Ant grins happily. "That's really cool. So I have the thing right?"

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"Yeah. Next step is usually trying to move the center of feeling around your body - like a you're pushing gel in a bag into different places."

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And back to trying to follow instructions. The sensation is weird, and Ant keeps giggling at it, and occasionally whispering: "this is so cool".

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Their friendly neighbourhood abomination appears to be spectating.

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She'll very quickly move Ant onto basic exercises - sticking lightweight things to your skin, mostly.

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Sticking lightweight things to skin: surprisingly enjoyable.

It might just be that Ant is doing magic (in eir understanding), but they're grinning, even when they're not entirely successful.

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Teaching people: surprisingly fun!

If you do this you can cause the light stuff to shoot off or catch on fire (which is a common thing to do when learning). Decima's figured out if you do this other thing you can stiffen the leaf or paper, so if you're good at aiming you can shoot leaf knives at people! If you're good at timing they can be on fire leaf knives!

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Oh, this is so much fun. And Decima is awesome.

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She still hasn't figured out exploding leaf knives, sadly, but she bets she could do that with seals.

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Oooh!

Wait- has she mentioned seals before? What are seals?

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So there's two main types of magic writing - seals, and inscribed techniques. Seals store things. Sometimes 'things' can get kind of complicated or esoteric. Inscribed techniques are like normal techniques, but with writing instead of hand-signs.

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"Huh. I think magic in my world needs a wand or something. Ira wouldn't let me too near the wizards."

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