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Naruto CoV Chapter 3Chapter III: Second battle
Eight matches have passed.
"The second round will begin in half an hour. Go rest."
The participants went away to eat or just hang around. Arim's next opponent was from the Motaru clan. Her name was Rin and she was from Iwagakure. Only thing was known about her abilities were Earth type techniques.
"Good job. I see you're not even exhausted." Kiosho said as he stood beside the doorway.
"Just had to wait for it to activate. I still can't use it fast enough."
"Heh. You're still at a young age. I'm developing a new eye technique which I studied recently. It's pretty good."
"When was there a time you weren't researching or developing?" Arim laughed.
"Meh." Kiosho smiled.
Kiosho left while some people came to Arim.
"Who are you? The examiner did not say your surname." One of the people said.
"That's because I have none." Arim answered.
"What do you mean?"
"I was an orphan."
Everyone lay silent for a moment.
"How did you become a shinobi then?" Another one asked.
Naruto CoV Chapter 2Chapter II: First Match
"Wake up. Two more hours until your match begins."
Arim woke up. The sun was just above the horizon. It was 10 in the morning, and two more hours until the third stage of the Chunin exams continue.
"An aburame, eh? That clan and its nasty techniques. No match for you though."
"I'm well aware of that. How'd your night go?"
"Well, you know. Went here and there."
Arim laughed a little and shook his head.
"Alright, let's go. We've got to prepare for the match. Let's go."
Arim and Kiosho walked out of the hotel and headed for the third stage exam building. There they went up the ladders.
"Alright, good luck. I'll be off up to the crowd."
As Arim walked up to the place where other Genin's were, his name was called shortly after he got up. Arim stepping on the ledge and jumping down. There, in front of him, stood his opponent, Aburame Hengi.
"Ready?" said the examiner.
The fight broke out immidietly. The Aburame's insects spread out quickly, but
Naruto CoV Chapter 1Chapter I: Arrival
...A long time ago, a few years before the hidden villages were found, a huge city was created by three of the noblest clans: Anakura the Rinnegan users, Soruma the great medical ninja and Hokkai with their legendary nin-taijutsu. The city was big enough to be called a small country, and had the nickname "Citadel of Vision". Once it was created, many other different clans started living there. Legend says that the citadel itself is hidden in heaven.
It was the time for the Chunin exams at Konoha. Many Genins gathered from many different hidden villages.
"So, here we are. The village hidden in the leaves. This is the main village I got my research from."
"How come, master Kiosho?"
"There are two clan's that have unique ocular powers. The one I gave you is based on one of these clans."
"I see. I'm very glad you took me as your student, otherwise I would of died from hunger."
"No problem Arim. Look, there's the main gate. We've arrived."
The master and student wal
EasterRemember what you love,
you with sand in your teeth
and the feral burn of hunger
in your eyes.
God sends his regrets.
He made you grasping and slow,
in a late hour
when the wine washed low.
Remember what you love.
Fall to your knees in the toss
and the swell, quell
the appetite of the cold black sea.
Beg blessings for your home
and the salt-sick trees.
Reach what lies near:
the fat-faced child, the sweet-soft lamb;
tether the tantrum, trickle the blood.
Offer psalms to what is holy,
whisper the name of what you love
as it bobs in the bleak mad sea.
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