The Shinobi Information is a plethora of all the essential information you will need regarding training, the databook, limitations; etc.

Skill LimitsEdit

Starting off with skill limits, here is a short list regarding the limitations of your character in roleplay depending upon what rank they start as. Before you begin looking over these, there is an important note to make which explains why this section is named "Skill Limits" instead of "Rank Limits".

Your character's skill cap is not restricted by rank. What this means is that if you are a genin and you get enough databook points as a chūnin then your skill level would be considered that of a chūnin and have those skill limits instead of genin for then on.


  • Start with 10.5 points.
  • Can't go over 3.5 points in a databook attribute.
  • Start with 3 jutsu.
    • Free selection of C-E rank jutsu, may also train for 1 B-rank jutsu.
  • Can only have one nature.


  • Start with 16 points.
  • Can't go over 4 points in a databook attribute.
  • Start with 6 jutsu.
    • Free selection of B-E rank jutsu, may also train for 1 A-rank jutsu.
    • Can only start with 1 B-rank jutsu.
  • May have 2 natures

Novice JōninEdit

  • Start with 20 points.
  • Start with 8 jutsu.
    • Free selection of A-E rank jutsu, may also train for 1 S-rank jutsu.
    • Can only start with 1 A-rank jutsu.
  • May have 2 natures.


  • Start with 25 points.
  • Start with 10 jutsu.
    • Free selection of A-E rank jutsu, may start with 1 S-rank jutsu and train for another.
  • May have 3 natures.


  • Start with 32 points.
  • Start with 14 jutsu.
    • Free selection of A-E rank jutsu, may start with 2 S-rank jutsu and train for an additional 2.
  • May have 4 chakra natures.


  • Start with 35 points.
  • Start with 16 jutsu.
    • Free selection of S-E rank jutsu, may start and have up to 5 S-rank jutsu.
  • May have 5 chakra natures.


Next is the databook, another integral part of your character that helps display the power they possess. An example of one can be seen below.

Databook Nin Tai Gen Int Strength Speed Stamina Hand Seals Total
Rank when joining - - - - - - - - -

As you can see, there are various attributes on the databook. All of which have their own purpose and meaning.


  • Ninjutsu, Refers to your character's ability in: Ninjutsu power, knowledge, and proficiency. Profits most from: Stamina/Hand Seals.
  • Taijutsu, refers to your character's ability in: Hand-to-hand and bukijutsu proficiency, knowledge, and effectiveness of nintaijutsu and similar elements (I.E: Body flicker). Profits most from: Strength/Speed.
  • Genjutsu, refers to your character's ability: Genjutsu power, knowledge, and proficiency. Profits most from: Intelligence/Hand Seals.
  • Intelligence, refers to your character's ability in: Analysis, reasoning, wisdom; etc. Also is a component to reaction speed.
  • Strength, refers to your character's ability in: Physical strength, durability; etc.
  • Speed, refers to your character's ability in: Agility. Also is a component of reaction speed.
  • Hand Seals, refers to your character's ability in: Chakra control, knowledge of hand seals, and ability to use them. Note: Only special people can use hand seals with 1 hand. If interested in this, you must have at least 4 points in hand seals and then must contact an admin.
  • Stamina, refers to your character's ability in: Chakra reserves. (Cannot go higher than 4 unless you’re from a clan with exceptional chakra reserves, have a special trait or technique/k.g that allows for it, or have a tailed beast inside you, or if your skill level equals that of a S-Rank or higher.)

Point ValuesEdit

  • 1: Average (Compared to a common shinobi/basic grown adult.)
  • 2: Good.
  • 3: Great.
  • 4: Tremendous.
  • 5: Legendary.

"What's a common shinobi?"



Throughout the RP you may realize that you need to train for something. This could be for jutsu, databook points, and even more. Below are the ways you can train your character or gain any of the before mentioned accessories.

11/24/2017 Update:

Due to the newly introduced RP format of having all characters together at all times, the use of separate threads for training sessions have been eliminated. Instead of training threads, we have implemented a system in which the writer may attain new abilities and become stronger through in character participation of the story. Databook points are now allotted at the end of each chapter segment by the main DM. The amount will be awarded to each character based on individual performance. The more contributions a character makes, the better their rewards will be. While a set amount of points will still be awarded to everyone for overall teamwork, characters that contributed more effort will be given an additional award such as extra points, a free custom jutsu, an upgrade to their nature or to a jutsu they already have.

Because there are no longer any archives for jutsu, only that which our characters have started out with is available to be learned and taught. Everything else must be learned through custom creation and modification. This can be done in character during downtime, but can also be attempted and applied throughout the story and in battle. Like any attack, the success and potency of a new custom jutsu or creation will be dependent on the user as well as the target.

Examples of what you can do with your rewards, [if not done IC] are nature potency expansion, where a user can evolve their current natures through practical use and can therefore expand how much of their element can be produced as well as its piercing/potent effects. There's also jutsu evolution. Have a jutsu that you wish to augment? Make more flashy or change up in general? A user can alter their jutsu into something much more powerful and refined by combative use.

Any technique, be it a modification/upgrade to what you already have or something completely new, constant uses and attempts will be counted as sessions. Just like with databook points, anything you work toward unlocking will awarded at the end of a chapter segment. However, it will be at the discretion of the DM to determine if more effort or time needs to put in before you fully acquire a technique or upgrade. Again, this can be earned through normal interaction or in battle, but participation and dilligence is key.

Databook PointsEdit

From every session that in some form involves combat/training (anything besides casuals and dialogue-heavy storyline) you gain an additional .25 points to assign in your databook. Once you're jōnin level this turns to 2 sessions of the same ilk, and from S-rank this turns to 3.


This is a list of how many sessions it takes to earn jutsu of a specific rank. In this RP, sessions do not have a specific length or anything of the ilk. All we ask is for you to put in effort, and if we don't think you are then the session is null.

  • E-Rank: 1 Session
  • D-Rank: 1 Session
  • C-Rank: 1 Sessions
  • B-Rank: 3 Sessions
  • A-Rank: 4 Sessions
  • S-Rank: 5 Sessions
  • SS-Rank: 15 sessions
  • Z-Rank: 20 sessions


Currently, you do not have to train for regular natures. Whenever you advance a skill level, depending upon how many natures you get from it; you simply place it into your bio.

Advanced NaturesEdit

In order to get an advanced nature, there are a few rules. The first prerequisite is to have the 2 natures before it and an open slot to put in. I.E: John is a jōnin with Water and Lightning Release, and has 1 open slot for another nature. He is eligible for getting an advanced nature. The same rules apply for Kekkei Tōta, except you would need 3 of the prerequisite jutsu and a slot for the kekkei tōta.

It takes 5 Sessions to train an advanced nature and 10 to train a Kekkai Tota.

Dungeon MasterEdit

A DM, or Dungeon Master, is a person who controls all aspects of a mission or anything of the like which regular members partake in. A DM normally only runs missions but may be asked to do other specific tasks such as unique training sessions that require a DM. Once completing missions as a DM, you may add .25 points to your databook and let the mission count as a session towards a jutsu you would want. 

Ask Keruberosu, Pavor, or RamenNoodlesSoup if you're interested in becoming a DM for the group.

Dynamic CombatEdit

Dynamic combat is a specific variant of combat which can be used. It is typically used in high-octane fights, where there is a demand for quick and fluid combat without the discrepancy of damage or death hindering people to help create cinematic fighting.

This can be done at any point in RP, but must be agreed upon by both parties. During this time, you can not die except in specific occasions such as plot. This may last until one opponent wishes to end it, at which point normal fighting may resume.

During combat, it is etiquette to keep posts short and concise as needed. You can take as much damage as possible but simply take no death-blows. This form of combat may last for however long once initiated, of course it is also etiquette to consider when it should realistically come to an end which is why one person may end it at any point.

If you have anymore questions regarding this, please refer to one of RoS's many mods or current admins.

Element BendingEdit

For those rare few who choose to only use their affinity nature type, they can gain superior ability of it over others who may have the same nature alongside others in their arsenal. These masters of each respective nature have capabilities that exceed normal standards. In example, a master of fire release would be able to conjure fire through their mouth, hands, and feet without the need for hand seals. This "bending" gives superior ability in a nature that gives advantage to the faithful.

However, those who are opting for this may only have this one nature, have jōnin stats, and their jutsu list must have a majority of their affinity's jutsu. RPC's can only have one more nature after the fact and have to reach 28 stat points.


  • The maximum amount of points for the databook of any Player Character is 35 points.
  • Unlike most other Naruto roleplays, RoS attribute points are independent of rank but still begin at the same pace.
  • The less chakra natures you have, the more proficient you are with those you do have; in exchange for versatility.