The user for these hatsu are a conjurer. He is a prodigy at Nen and has very good Ryu (Nen control)
Ability: This ability allows the user to conjure paper tags that can be stuck to any surface with Shu. The user can then teleport himself to where that tag is (within 5 meters) or he can teleport the object the tag is on to himself. He can also stick tags onto people and teleport them as well. The tags also function as En and has and En radius of up to 20 meters.
Vows and Limits: He cannot teleport anything attached to something (meaning he can't teleport a building attached to the ground) and he can't teleport a nen user. These aren't really vows he made himself they are more like just limits or restrictions that come with the ability.
Notes: The amount of tags the user can use at one time is all up to how many he can sense at a time. His limit for now is about 30 tags. The tags are numbered and he just has to think in his mind to teleport to which tag to teleport to it. The user usually places these tags on throwing knifes and has a fighting style based around that.
Summoning Scroll: Blood Contract
Ability: The user conjures a scroll that once completed allows the user and the co-signer to teleport each other at anytime.
Vows and Limits: Both participants must signs there name on the contract in blood of their own free will.
Notes: Once the contract has been signed and completed by both parties they can both "summon" each other at anytime. In order for the co-signer to summon him draw their own blood and place their hands together (as if praying) to summon the user. The purpose of this ability is to allow the user to be able to summon nen users and other creatures he wouldn't be able to with his summoning tags.
Ability: The user creates a ball of Nen by rapidly spinning and compressing his Nen and use it to attack his foes.
Vows and Limits: None
Notes: This is just a basic attack ability for the user. However its not fully developed, the user may create some variations in the future. Maybe incorporate some transmuted elements into it.
Shinigami Death Seal
Ability: The user conjures (transmutes maybe?) a spiritual entity that looks like a Shinigami that rips out the soul and Nen of a person and "eats" it sealing it inside its body for all eternity. The users soul and Nen are also eaten by the Shinigami.
Vows and Limits: Once the Shinigami connects to another person and attempts to pull out there soul the user will die no matter what.
Notes: Once the Shingami connects with a person it will try and rip there soul out but this process can be resisted if you have enough willpower. So if the user is not able to completely rip out your soul he will have died in vain. However the user can just settle for either a set amount of your nen or a certain body part. So say if the Shingami could only pull out your leg (the soul is shaped like your own body) he can seal that leg and your leg will decay and detach from your body and disappear forever. You also wouldn't ever be able to use Nen in that area in your body if u can somehow replace it. He can also just either take a large portion of your maximum potential Nen (like take half of it forever) or rip out all of your nen completely so you won't be able to use it again ever.
Last edited by tupadre97; March 22, 2013 at 05:22 PM.
Also, about the tags. 5 meters ? That's barely anything.
Last edited by tupadre97; March 23, 2013 at 01:33 PM.
If the tags are emitting an en with a 20 meter radius then I don't see how this person would be able to fight though. I mean, end is a technique which requires a lot of power to begin with and this guy could have up to 30 of them. The technique would require an enormous amount of nen and would drain the user quite fast IMO. Having so much energy going into that many tags with that much en would also hamper his ren or ken for that matter. More so, using shu to make the tags stick to stuff would have two issues. The first is that they would require a decent bit of emission and that is the hardest nen for conjurers. In this case the act of teleporting would in itself weaken then nen which you are emitting as you increase the distance dramatically. Perhaps the more important flaw would be that using shu would make the tags visible to the enemy. You have 30 tags at any given point, you don't want something as simple as gyo to give their location away. It is easier and less time consuming to conjure the tags with glue.
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Ah, and for that matter en on the tags would require an incredibly high level of emission too. How do the tags keep that huge nen with them without it? Granted it would be awesome to have the tags with en as it would allow you to feel the surroundings perfectly but the combination of emission and conjuration would be impossibly hard IMO.
Ability: This ability uses Ko in the users hair. the user can freely control he's hair's length and movement. And with the enormous aura present in the user's hair the hair is pretty sturdy and strong.
vows and limits : this ability can only be used by using Ko.
Notes: when activated, the user's hair immediately becomes half a meter long and becomes color gold. The user's hair can also vary in shapes. it can be shaped like a drill, sword, thousand of spikes, millions of threads, etc. the user can also coat his body with his hair forming a suit for protection.
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Another thing, using shu on the tags for them to stick to something would require transmutation. You'd need a nen with sticky properties for it to stick the tag to something after all. That is more doable than the emission part but I still think this is an unpractical way to go about it. Gyo would reveal the location of every tad instantly as the nen would be visible unless in is applied however it is still plausible to detect in for nen users with enough skill and it is still a more complicated approach to conjuring the tags with glue. Worth saying, hisoka has nen like that and even he cannot make the properties of his nen maintain themselves efficiently once he loses contact with it (let alone go a huge distance from it). And he would even be closer to emission than a conjurer.
With kortopi things are a tad different from that and even he has some rules and restrictions. The copies kurtopi mades are not in fact en, they act "like" nen and he said he can tell if someone enters. As far as we saw killua got close to the buildings but even then he was no detected which suggests there is no actual en field. Basically for him to detect anything there has to be physical contact. Your tags could potentially work like that but there would be some issues if that function is to be important. You'd need either a way to make them large enough for the odds of someone touching them to be good enough but also keep them conspicuous so that they are not destroyed. The ability would let you know if a tag is destroyed but if it is then you can't teleport to it unless there is a second tag close enough to it.
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Also, most Teleport techniques we have seen requires Emission mainly. We have seen that in GI and then with Leorio, and then with side characters all over.
If you change your school to Emission the technique is way more effective, since conjuring something small like a tag is not a hard task and doesn't require high levels of conjurer.
Razor is the responsible of the Emission system of the island. Which relates to moving and teleportation. Chapter 145, page 8.
Then we have the boxer guy and Leorio kickass punching.
Well, that does not quite answer the question though. Emission is about having nen retain its strength over long distances on a very general level. Teleportation is about things moving instantly from one place to another. Where exactly does emission completely claim this ability? Where does having nen maintain strength when separated from the user come into play? I have some conceptual doubts on the issue.
Maybe we can say that they teleport their aura from their body to a precise place via concentration.
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Isn't this palm's ability?[/QUOTE]
ohh .. is it ? LOL i should change my ability
In case of Goreinu, it was trough his gorillas. In case of Leorio, it's the trail his aura has. In case of GI, the whole system is based on location that probably have Nen Marks. Or people you know. And for most of that stuff, having your aura far from your body is one of the basic requirements. Even in the case of Kuroro the teleportation was shown between a space that was limited and since we don't know the extents of that ability it's hard to predict the school used.
Anyway, I take the GI phrase as an example because Ging is one of the Top Nen users in the world and I doubt He would put an inefficient school in charge of that particular task. More knowing that his ability doesn't relate to movement.