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PostSubject: Stat System: Mark II   Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:56 am

Stat System

In the world of Naruto even ninja have their limits. Physical and mental abilities are limited to what the human body can do with out the aid of jutsu. This system is to aid that understanding and basis of the manga's core principles. In each attribute's category you will notice that you can only reach 500 DP. To be perfectly clear, this is with out the aid of jutsu. With jutsu and other additions such as: your character's dominant/recessive talents, special characterists, you will be able to exceed these limits.

The entire stat system is composed of 4 attributes which will be the base of your character. These five attributes being Strength, Dexterity, Stamina, and Speed. Each attribute will effect a specific area of your character and his/her combat.

For example someone with 1 point in Speed would not be able to keep up with someone with 100 points in the same category. However, stats do not define everything in combat, a skillful RPer could over come someone with higher stats with ease. The Stat System merely serves as a basis for members to determine who is stronger, faster, ect.

The 4 Attributes can be increased with Distribution Points (DP) which can be earned through RPing. DP can be used to increase your player character's attributes by a certain amount depending upon your PC's progress. It is quite easy to increase your PC's stats and thus become stronger, however because of this there is a growth cap on how much your stats can increase depending on your rank/skill level.


Starting DP:Stat Caps:
Genin:100 250
Experienced Genin:150250
Chuunin:300500
Special Jounin/B-rank Missing-Nin:325625
Jounin:400850
Advanced Jounin/ A-rank Missing-Nin:5001250
Elite-Jounin:5751650
Sannin/Kage/S-rank Missing-Nin:7002000

Explanation of the Stat Brackets: What first needs to be noted is that these general explanation of these brackets does not imply that all the numbers within the brackets mean the same, as the number grows large the more skilled you are with the listed attribute.

Explanation of the Growth Cap: The growth cap was put into place, to prevent ranks from possessing stats of a rank higher than their own without first being promoted through the promotion system. This does not apply on starting levels.

Explanation of the Stamina Stat: Many of the Stamina Stat Groups have a percentage after their values, given the natural characteristic of stamina, these percentages reflect the increase in damage the Roleplaying Character can take as their stamina stat grows.






Strength

Strength as defined in Webster's:
    (n.) the quality or state of being strong :capacity for exertion or endurance; intensity in one's ability to resist force.

Strength is a psychical attribute which is achieved by growth in one's muscle mass and tone. To reach a peak psychical condition one must continue to train with resistance, which leads to small ruptures through out the lining of one's muscle tissue.Strength is a considerable attribute in striking power, counters, and grappling. It regulates the amount of damage one can produce with their strikes, and the possibility of counter-grappling another opponent.
    Ninja of conscionable strength in the manga are: Killer-Bee, Raikage, Might Gai, etc.


[0-49] Amateur: You have just begun your journey on your understanding of a ninja, and you have yet to begin to understand the true foundation in which strength is based.

[50-99] Novice: You're now training periodically, and have started to realize the importance in strength's role in battle.

[100-149] Advanced: You're now spending several hours in training, and you've began to ulitlize your strength in combat.

[150-199] Adept: You're now in the top bracket of most ninja in the area of strength. You've spend most of your time at trying to make your body into a weapon.

[200-249] Expert (Level I): You're now in the small pool of people that are able to master strength in one of its purest forms.

[250-299] Expert (Level II): You're now with most of the masters of tai-jutsu, you're able to perform feats that most other people aren't.

[300-349] Expert (Level III): You're now an expert of strength, you've reached a peak with your body, and they're a few who would be able to match your strength.

[350-399] Master: You've breached the point of strength most people can reach naturally through massive amounts of training, and partial genetics.

[400-449] Natural Master: You're now a master through countless hours of training and battles. You're genetics allow you to do things other people consider myths.

[450-500] Supreme: Only a few people alive have this amount of strength with out the aid of jutsu. You're trainpp become you're life, and your actions will become legendary.





Dexterity


Dexterity as defined by Webster's:
    (n.) mental skill or quickness; one's ability to react to a given situation.

Dexerity is a combination of psychical and mental skill based on reaction. This skill was can be attributed to one's readiness in preparation, and one's ability to react. One can train this attribute through drills which test one's reaction skill, and by entering combat situations. This would re-enforce faster reaction times, and increase one's ability to avoid being caught. Dexerity is a considerable attribute in combat in how it helps you avoid getting caught in a situation, to counter with greater speed, and avoid attacks from one's opponent.
    Ninja who have a high dexterity rating in the manga: Uchiha Itachi, Hatake Kakashi, Uchiha Sasuke, etc.



[0-49] Basic Readiness: You have just begun your journey on your understanding of a ninja, and you have yet to begin to understand the true foundation in which dexerity is based.

[50-99] Novice Readiness: You're now training periodically, and have started to realize the importance in dexterity's role in battle.

[100-149] Advanced Readiness: You're now spending several hours in training, and you've began to ulitlize your dexterity in combat.

[150-199] Adept: You're now in the top bracket of most ninja in the area of dexterity. You've spend most of your time at trying to make your body into a weapon.

[200-249] Expert (Level I): You're now in the small pool of people that are able to master dexterity in one of its purest forms.

[250-299] Expert (Level II): You're now with most of the masters turned dexterity into an art form, you're able to perform feats that most other people aren't.

[300-349] Expert (Level III): You're now an expert of dexterity, you've reached a peak with your body, and they're a few who would be able to match your skill.

[350-399] Master: You've breached the point of dexterity most people can reach naturally through massive amounts of training, and partial genetics.

[400-449] Natural Master: You're now a master through countless hours of training and battles. You're genetics allow you to do things other people consider myths.

[450-500] Supreme: Only a few people alive have this amount of dexterity with out the aid of jutsu. You're training has become you're life, and your actions will become legendary.




Stamina:


Stamina as defined be Webster's:
    (n.) great physical or mental strength that allows you to continue doing something for a long time.

Stamina is a physical based attribute that allows one to endure damage, battle for longer periods of time, and train for long periods of time with out having to stop. One can train this attribute by training for long periods of time, and for the endurance one gains in battle. This training would allow you to take damage and fight for longer periods of time. Stamina is a considerable attribute in how it helps you endure damage while continuing to fight, and it allows the user to perform several jutsu with out exhausting themselves.
    Ninja who have large amounts of stamina in the manga: Uzumaki Naruto, Kisame, Jaraiya, Raikage.


[0-49] Basic: You have just begun your journey on your understanding of becoming a ninja, and you have yet to begin to understand the true foundation in which stamina is based.

[50-99] Novice: You're now training periodically, and have started to realize the importance in stamina's role in battle. [.01%-10% decrease in damage received]

[100-149] Advanced: You're now spending several hours in training, and you've began to ulitlize your stamina in combat. [10.1%-12.5% decrease in damage recieved]

[150-199] Adept: You're now in the top bracket of most ninja in the area of stamina. You've spend most of your time at trying to make your body into a weapon. [12.6%-15% decrease in damage received]

[200-249] Expert (Level I): You're now in the small pool of people that are able to master stamina in one of its purest forms. [15.1%- 25% decrease in damage recieved]

[250-299] Expert (Level II): You're now with most of the masters turned stamina into an art form, you're able to perform feats that most other people aren't. [25.1%-35% decrease in damage recieved]

[300-349] Expert (Level III): You're now an expert of stamina, you've reached a peak with your body, and they're a few who would be able to match your skill. [35.1%-45% decrease in damage recieved]

[350-399] Master: You've breached the point of stamina most people can reach naturally through massive amounts of training, and partial genetics. [ 45.1%-55% decrease in damage recieved]

[400-449] Natural Master: You're now a master of stamina through countless hours of training and battles. Your genetics allow you to do things other people consider myths. [55.1%-65% decrease in damage]

[450-500] Supreme: Only a few people alive have this amount of stamina with out the aid of jutsu. Your training has become you're life, and your actions will become legendary. [65.1%-75% damage reduction recieved]




Speed


Speed as defined by Webster's:
    (n.) the rate at which someone or something moves or travels.


Speed is a physical based attribute that allows one to move in and out of situations with making it difficult for an opponent to react to them. One can train this attribute by training with weighted resistance, training in coordination, explosive movement, etc. This would allow you to strike faster, move faster, and re-direct your movements in battle with greater efficency.
    Ninja with a high amount of speed in manga: Uchiha Itachi, Raikage, Killer-Bee.


[0-49] Basic Speed: You have just begun your journey on your understanding of a ninja, and you have yet to begin to understand the true foundation in which speed is based.

[50-99] Novice Speed: You're now training periodically, and have started to realize the importance in speed's role in battle.

[100-149] Advanced Speed: You're now spending several hours in training, and you've began to ulitlize your speed in combat.

[150-199] Adept: You're now in the top bracket of most ninja in the area of speed. You've spend most of your time at trying to make your body into a weapon.

[200-249] Expert (Level I): You're now in the small pool of people that are able to master speed in one of its purest forms.

[250-299] Expert (Level II): You're now with most of the masters turned speed into an art form, you're able to perform feats that most other people aren't.

[300-349] Expert (Level III): You're now an expert of speed, you've reached a peak with your body, and they're a few who would be able to match your skill.

[350-399] Master: You've breached the point of speed most people can reach naturally through massive amounts of training, and partial genetics.

[400-449] Natural Master: You're now a master of speed through countless hours of training and battles. You're genetics allow you to do things other people consider myths.

[450-500] Supreme: Only a few people alive have this amount of speed with out the aid of jutsu. You're training has become you're life, and your actions will become legendary.



Growth Capping:

Because through mere logic we have come to realize many of these abilities would make you a virtual god, we have decided that we must cap your character capacity for growth. Do not worry the capping is much further ahead and you beginning players need not worry about it.

Here are the values for capping, each based on the amount of stat points and their amount of power their tier grants you, the higher you go the more points you have to pay to increase their value
.
000-125: 1 Point
125-224: 2 Points
225-349: 4 Points
350-449: 6 Points
450-500: 8 Points

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