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It's that time of the year!

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Yes it is.

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I know there have been a couple people already, who have been watching and have gotten very excited, and today, i am excited to say this:

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All done with rulemaking

Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:29 pm by Fuura

Yes, all done. With the main rules, as in the rulebook, application rules and creations rules.
The inventory and some minor topics stil need some work. But the main rule construct is all ready.

Rest …


    Style; Kuchi no naka ni tōgarashi (Pepperbeard)

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    Style; Kuchi no naka ni tōgarashi (Pepperbeard)

    Post by Pepperbeard on Mon Jul 02, 2012 8:38 am

    Kuchi no naka ni Tōgarashi (Pepper in the Mouth)

    Weapons: Peppers. Hand-to-Hand

    Description: This is a style of combat muchly based on the rather simple premise of cramming spicy peppers into the mouth of one's adversaries, and as such, the most common method is to either thrust one's hand, holding the pepper, into someone's mouth, or to throw large quantities of peppers at them. It is utilized namely by one chef called Pepperbeard, who has eaten the Kosho-Kosho no Mi Devilfruit, but it could be used by any who wished to use this style, should they be in a position where peppers are at hand. The style itself is largely one involving peppers being used to do so much as from merely hindering the opponent, to crippling them due to the sheer force of raw flavor. And of course, the title summarizes it best; a pepper in the mouth. Excrutiating pain to the tongue and throat, often even the lips and sinuses, the nose as well. Certainly, being force-fed peppers isn't an activity you'd enjoy.

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    Habanero Hurling!

    Prerequisites: Dexterity (1)
    Weapon types: Peppers.
    Cost: 100

    Description: With this ability, the user has practiced his throwing to a fairly decent degree of accuracy and can throw a spicy pepper, often a Naga Savina Habanero, into the victim's mouth, should they have their mouth open, such as when talking. The pepper could be spit out, but upon touching the tongue, it will be too late, as the taste buds will be immediately set aflame with spicy flavor. Chewing the pepper only makes it worse! Mind you, characters with a high pain tolerance or high tolerance to spicy food will be largely unaffected.

    Chili Choke!

    Prerequisites: Strength (1), Hand-to-Hand (1)
    Weapon types: Peppers. Hand-to-Hand
    Cost: 100

    Description: With this ability, the user takes a pepper, or several peppers into his hand and with much skill and force, shoves them into the poor victim's mouth, FORCING them to eat the pepper, unless they can shove him away in time.




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    Re: Style; Kuchi no naka ni tōgarashi (Pepperbeard)

    Post by Fuura on Mon Jul 02, 2012 5:14 pm

    For the style description, i'd like to see a tad bit more. Surely there's more specialities about it, that one can describe - compare with existing styles.
    Weapons on the style mean, which kind of expertises you need to have, no specific weapons unless it's a specific fruit. as per later in this review, you should thus also add mentioned expertises.

    Putting two weapon expertises in the prerequisites means you have to have both of them fulfilled - surprisingly i don't see any attributes in there, that are typically used for techniques.

    The style as it were is difficult to judge on it's expertise though. The peppers are mostly used as expandable tools rather then weapons, as it seems. Unconventional arms usually entails objects being used as weapons (e.G. people carrying a chair or bike or lamp post around to club people with it). Unconventional arms is thus generally used when a style's movements and such are built around the specific constant use of a specific kind of item and it's specific qualities.
    The peppers, however, are per description, either thrown (throwing weapon to a degree) or simply held at the ready to use in close quarters (hand-to-hand).
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    Re: Style; Kuchi no naka ni tōgarashi (Pepperbeard)

    Post by Pepperbeard on Mon Jul 02, 2012 6:46 pm

    Fixed~ I think... Kinda.
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    Re: Style; Kuchi no naka ni tōgarashi (Pepperbeard)

    Post by Fuura on Sat Jul 07, 2012 8:27 pm

    Fairly decent. Approved.
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    Re: Style; Kuchi no naka ni tōgarashi (Pepperbeard)

    Post by Izzy on Sun Jul 08, 2012 3:32 pm

    Interesting, if highly unorthodox. Just make sure to avoid the combinations of peppers and open wounds. Not a fun experience.

    Approved. Now I'll go and do the legwork.

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