Rank Training and Title Up!

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    #1 Horus, Dec 30, 2016
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    The ranking system gives us more realistic strength rankings by separating a character's title and their actual combat strength. All characters will start as E-Rank Genin. Progressing through ranks is done through the simple act of point training. The ranks are E, D, C, B, A, and S. It should be noted that every Genin starts at E-Rank.


    There are several ways to advance in rank, all of which are listed below:

    Ranking Up:
    To advance in rank, you must obtain a certain amount of Experience points to spend depending on the rank. Genin ninjas are limited to E-C advancement, Chunin ninjas are limited to B-A advancement, and finally Jounin advance to S Rank with enough experience.

    Ranking Requirements:

    E to D Rank: 300 EXP, Genin
    D to C Rank: 600 EXP, Genin
    C to B Rank: 1000 EXP, Chunin
    B to A Rank: 2500 EXP, Chunin
    A to S Rank: 3000 EXP, Jounin



    Exams: Chunin and jounin exams are a common way to advance in rank; they are also focused on gaining a new title. A Genin can only participate in Chunin exams, and a Chunin can only participate in Jounin exams. A Genin of E-C Rank will advance one rank if they successfully pass the Chunin exams. A Chunin B-A Rank will advance one rank if he successfully passes the Jounin exams. In this way, it can be noted that after successfully completing a Chunin or Jounin exam, they will receive 1 rank train.

    RP Events: RP events held by the Staff can earn you a rank advancement if you display good RP skill and use your character to the fullest. Just like the exams, this only refers to global events. Events limited by village or some other OOC factor, whoever holds them, won't give you a new rank.

    MIssing-Nin: Missing Ninja find it hard to join exams or do things that ordinary ninja in villages is capable of doing. A Missing-nin can acquire rank trains through a different method than the normal ninja. So they have their own Examination which is listed below.

    Chunin and Jounin Examinations
    Chunin Examination: The Chunin examination is what many may think is a Generic Examination. The point of the examination is not how well you fight, but rather how well you can control yourself in different environments. The first part, as usual, entails a written examination. These questions, are different per examination and mostly not what you might expect. The second part involves a mission that will be specifically for the Chunin examinations. Finally, the last part involves fighting, which will be changed from examination to examination.

    Requirements: There are several requirements to apply for Chunin examinations when they occur. They are listed below:

    • 8 D-Rank Missions, Successfully completed.
    • 2 C-Rank Missions, Successfully completed.
    • All Basic techniques learned.

    Jounin Examination: Jounin exams are vastly different from what you might call Generic Chunin examinations. Each Jounin exam is unique to every individual during the Jounin examination. It can range from missions to quests and they are not limited to special missions.

    Requirements: There are several requirements to apply for Chunin examinations when they occur. They are listed below:

    • 8 B Rank Missions
    • 3 A Rank Missions
    • At least 10 non-Basic techniques learned.
    • 2 Kinjutsu techniques learned.
    Missing-Nin Examinations

    Missing-Nin Chunin Examination: Contrary to what one may believe is a examination for missing ninja this is not. It is more of a guage of power, that results in becoming more powerful. Each Missing ninja will recieve individual examinations. They may range from spycraft all the way up to assassination depending on your character and how you play them.

    Requirements: There are several requirements to apply for a examination for "Chunin" Examinations.

    • 8 D Rank MIssions
    • 2 C Rank Missions
    • All Basic techniques learned
    • Character must be C Rank

    Missing-Nin Jounin Examination: This is basically much like the Genin examination however more difficult, as becoming a A-S Rank missing ninja is not only difficult it is also likely that many in the shinobi world will hunt you down. The examination consists of a special mission that will test the power of your character, as well as the resolve you have in being a missing ninja.

    Requirements: There are several requirements to apply for an examination for "Jounin" Examinations.

    • 8 B Rank Missions
    • 2 A Rank missions
    • 15 Non basic jutsu learned
    • 4 Kinjutsu techniques
    • Character must be A Rank
    • Sucessfully completed a crime in front of roleplaying character witnesses
     
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    #2 Horus, Feb 2, 2017
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    Special Titles
    Special titles are those that are not acquired through normal means like examinations. They are acquired after fulfilling the requirements as well as some other special conditions listed with each title. In addition, each title has its own reward.

    Special Jounin: Special Jounin's are those select few ninja, who excel in a certain area of expertise. Such as something highly specialized like an interrogation, to something more broad like Doton elemental specialist. There is no examination for special Jounin, but there are a few requirements.

    • The character must first be a Chunin.
    • Approval of the Kage.
    • The character must specialize in an area of expertise (This does not mean Fighting Style Specialist). Meaning they must have at least 10 jutsu solely for that single specialization.


    Rewards:
    • Those select few who become Special Jounin, are awarded an extra 100 Experience per mission completed.

     
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