|I just want to see how many points I can actually get. And for every point that I recieve I shall give a llama in return|
Naruto: Shattered Mirror ch 29In the center of the training ground was a small pond where students could practice water-based jutsus. At the moment Naruto and Shiori were standing at opposite ends, facing each other while Kasumi stood looking at the both of them.Naruto: Shattered Mirror ch 29 by Knight-BIshop
There was a period of silence hanging in the air, they could hear the wind moving the trees.
"Begin" Kasumi yelled suddenly.
At that moment, both Naruto and Shiori ran across that water at each other. Naruto withdrew several kunai from his pouch and threw them at Shiori with amazing speed and focus.
Shiroi did not even break her pace as she performed a water jutsu, producing several water tentacles that shot from the water and grabbed the kunai mid-air then flung them back at Naruto, who dodged all of them, though one of them got fairly close to grazing him. However in the moment that he dodged them he allowed his eyes to waver from Shiori who took the moment to her advantage and attacked.
She aimed her fist at Naruto's face and would have made contact had
Naruto: Shattered Mirror 28Given the geographical location of Kiri, rain storms were very common. Their duration and intensity varied. Sometimes a extremely heavy rainstorm would only last for a few minutes while a light drizzle could last for hours. These large number of rainfalls is what contributed to the thick mists that engulfed the village.Naruto: Shattered Mirror 28 by Knight-BIshop
And in a dark room the only sound that could be heard was the rain pattering on the windows. No lights were on, save for the ones on the appliances that let you know they were plugged in, and the light from the outside street lights was coming in from the windows. Some of that light was settling on a woman sitting at a table, a woman who looked like she had crawled down someone's throat and died.
Her name was Doguro Natta, but she hadn't been called that in years. Yamime-san was the most common thing people called her when she occasionally went out. It was meant to be respectful of her loss, but to her it was just a bitter reminder. As for her children, her oldest still