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  1. "There are many different types of progress, different ways in which one may grow." The Ranking System The Ranking System is divided into two integral parts. The first part is generally referred to as one's "Shinobi Ranking", whereas the second one is usually known as one's "Village Ranking". We will go further into detail on both types below: Shinobi Ranking Your Shinobi Ranking is categorized by a set of letters; D, C, B, A, S and X, in order from lowest to highest. Your Shinobi Ranking will control the limitations that your character has, such as how large their chakra pool is, the maximum proficiency they may reach with a specialty and how capable they are with their elemental natures. Shinobi Rankings represent one's power and skill, but ordinarily do not impact one's status in their village. It is entirely possible to find Genin who are A or S in shinobi ranking. Only Students are D in rank. So long as you are a recognized shinobi, you will always be at least C-Ranked. How Ranking Influences Elements How Ranking Influences Specialties Village Ranking Your Village Ranking is your status in the territory you reside within and can also limit the ranking of missions you may undertake, despite your Shinobi Ranking. When it comes to the core rankings, listed below, there are set requirements on how each one may be achieved. These requirements may be found towards the bottom of this system. Some shinobi may have a dual village ranking, which includes their core ranking as well as a village title (which is something determined by the leader of your village). An example would be someone who is a Jounin but may also be the Head Medical Ninja of their village. Increasing Shinobi Ranking Whether you're a village shinobi or a wandering shinobi, the process of increasing your Shinobi Ranking is generally the same regardless. You may increase your shinobi ranking by gaining experience, which is done by completing missions and defeating opponents. Experience Needed Increasing your Shinobi Ranking requires you to first reach a certain amount of experience, which does not reset. C-Rank | - (Simply Graduate from Academy) B-Rank | 500 EXP A-Rank | 1000 EXP S-Rank | 1500 EXP X-Rank | 2000 EXP Gaining Experience Increasing Village Ranking As far as increasing your village ranking is concerned, you must ordinarily complete a set of requirements laid out by your village leader. For the core ranks, this usually subsists of an 'exam' of sorts, pitting those of equal village ranking against one another. Village Squads Here on SG, squads are not ordinarily assigned by village leaders unless it's for specific missions or purposes. As far as standard missions and training are concerned, villagers are expected to assemble their own squads based on which characters they'd like to role-play with. Squads must consist, at a minimum, of 2 or more people but have limit of no more than 4 people. In order to take on a mission of a higher ranking, you must have a minimum of 2 other shinobi on your squad of equal village ranking, or 1 other shinobi of greater village ranking. If you've established a 'long-term' squad of people, and anyone on that squad goes inactive, the remaining members may opt to replace them at their own discretion.
  2. These are the current clans within the Flame Village. (Subject to change at any time) _ Kaguya Clan ____________________________________________________ The Kaguya Clan is a clan known for their savage battle tactics and have the ability to manipulate one's bone structures. Inuzuka Clan ____________________________________________________ The Inuzuka Clan is a family of shinobi in Flame Territory known for their use of ninken as fighting companions and are easily identified by the distinctive red fang markings on their cheeks. Aburame Clan ____________________________________________________ The Aburame Clan is one of the noble clans of Flame Territory. At birth, members of this clan are offered to several special breed of insects as a nest, residing just under their host's skin. These insects will then live in symbiosis with their host from that point on. Because of this, its members are characterized by their use of insects as weapons. Hyūga Clan ____________________________________________________ The Hyūga Clan is one of the noble clans of Flame Territory. All members born into this clan possess the Byakugan, a kekkei genkai that gives them extended fields of vision and the ability to see through solid objects and even the chakra circulatory system, among other things. Members of this clan also possess the unique ability to expel chakra from any of the tenketsu in their body.
  3. These are the current ranks within the hierarchy of the Flame Village. (Subject to change at any time) _____________________________________________________________________________ Academy Student Academy Students make up the student body of the Academy, where they are trained and prepared for life as a shinobi. They are not an actual part of the shinobi force, as they are still in the process of mastering the very basics of the ninja lifestyle. However, they can be conscripted as part of the war potential in times of emergency. Genin Genin are the lowest level of ninja and also the ones that display the most difference in power. When they become genin, ninja start to do their bit for their village's economy – being sent on missions that the village gets paid for. They are typically sent either on D-rank missions, which are almost entirely risk-free jobs of manual labour, or, rarely, on C-rank missions, which are a cut above that and begin to verge on real "ninja" work that have a very low possibility of risk to the ninja involved. Chūnin Chūnin are ninja who are qualified to guide other ninja and lead missions. Chūnin have reached a level of maturity and ability that primarily consists of leadership skills and tactical prowess. Genin who do not have the skills to become chūnin are weeded out in the Chūnin Exams. Chūnin are typically sent on C-rank or B-rank missions. Tokubetsu Jōnin Tokubetsu Jōnin are ninja who, rather than all-around jōnin training, have jōnin-level ability in a specific area or skill, much like warrant officers in real-world militaries. They are elite specialists in their areas and are often assigned as subordinates to regular jōnin when their services are needed. Jōnin Jōnin are generally highly experienced and highly skilled shinobi who serve as military captains. Jōnin are generally able to use at least two types of elemental chakra. It is not unusual for jōnin to go on missions alone. They are often sent on A-rank missions, and if experienced enough, S-rank missions as well. Jōnin Commander Jōnin Commander is a position in the shinobi system. As a representative of the regular shinobi forces, they are a member of the council, giving them a say in important matters such as choosing a new Hokage. They are the highest-ranking normal shinobi in the village, but still officially a Jōnin themselves. Anbu Anbu are covert operatives dispatched by the Kage. Anbu protect the village from exceptional threats, conduct high-risk missions into enemy territory, and deal with extremely strong ninja. They are also responsible for carrying out assassinations, tracking, surveillance, and missions requiring specially trained ninja Sannin Sannin are renowned ninja, hailed as the greatest shinobi of their generation. They are usually prodigies and train under the current Kage at the time. Anbu Commander The Anbu Commander is a high ranking position within the shinobi system. This individual acts as a representative of the village's ANBU Corps. The ANBU Commander answers directly to the reigning Kage and acts as his or her eyes and ears; constantly and diligently seeking out any and all signs of internal weakness, corruption, or insubordination. Shōgun The Shōgun is a unique rank only given out to a shinobi with outstanding battle prowess during a time of war. (Usually the Anbu Commander) During this period they have absolute authority over all Shinobi ranks and facilitate all Shinobi activities. Kage Kage is a title reserved for the leader of one of the village. A Kage oversees the activities of their village, from sending ninja on missions to making the hard decisions regarding the safety of their people. A village's Kage is generally acknowledged as its most powerful ninja.