[Mission] Nobleman report

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[Mission] Nobleman report

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Post by Tha Green » Fri Mar 31, 2017 11:51 am

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A smaller kingdom located at the far north of seiretei. The kingdom is small compared to seiretei with the entrance being a large open gate. One would meet a market immediately the gate has been passed which leads to the settlements with.
The population is moderate with people going about their business.
In the heart of the kingdom lies a large castle. This is the central of the kingdom and where important governmental activities take place. The castle is also the office of the Nobleman who rules over the kingdom.
This however is how the kingdom would've been. With the uprising of rebels in the kingdom. The population greatly dropped with the people migrating to seiretei for safety. The gates are guarded by opposing rebel armies and rebels constantly patrolling within the kingdom. Rebel camps can be spotted here and there outside the walls of the kingdom. The main castle however is protected by the Nobleman's army. Though less than the rebels, it would cause difficulty for the rebels to casually invade.

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Brook Amagai's Powers & Abilities

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High Reiatsu: Brook possesses a high amount of Spiritual Power, one that sets him apart from those below him and is considered common for Vice Captains and other high ranking Officers. Though he isn't at the pinnacle of Spiritual prowess he can still exert large amounts of his Reiatsu when necessary, though not to any great effect. His power makes him better than average but he could still faulter when facing higher classes of Reiatsu than his own.

Enhanced Strength: As a fighter with considerable physical conditioning, Brook has shown sufficient strength to partly block powerful attacks and cope with strong strikes better. His attacks also hold a great deal more potency behind them, easily enough to launch other people of the ground and through objects in the way.

Enhanced Endurance: Brook has enhanced physical stamina, allowing him to endure the hardships of battle for an extended length of time without slowing down. Only when utilizing high speed movement for an extended amount of time will he start to slow down significantly. Even when he has received an injury he can keep going without severe consequence to his battle scheme.

Great Speed: Brook has demonstrated great speed and keen reflexes in battle. Even when caught by surprise from an enemy's attack, he can react in time to skillfully dodge or counter the assault. Offensively, he can keep up a quick and rapid assault which forces most opponents on the defense, as he leaves no openings in his attacks.

Hohō Expert: Brook excels in Shunpo. Though not particularly versed in its various techniques, he is proficient enough in the technique itself to keep up with and even surprise high-level Shinigami with his speed. He can even keep up with those of master level for an indeterminate amount of time. He is also very quick at close-range, being able to perceive and dodge swift sneak attacks and come out unscathed.

Genius Intellect: Arguably, the most fearsome trait of Brook Amagai is his tremendous intellect. He is well-versed in the history and proceedings of the world and is privy to knowledge unknown to many, such as secret methods. He easily grabs the concepts of subjects completely new to him and masters them quickly. Even in the most complex and dangerous of situations Brook can rely on his calculating intellect to figure out the best course of action. His assessment of a situation is swift, ad-hoc and accurate, allowing him to deduce the nature of other people’s abilities and countering them, often only requiring a few instances of observation.

Keen Tactician: He has shown himself to be a flexible tactician, capable of adjusting to difficult combat situation, if not planning out steps well in advance. He understands the strengths, weaknesses and mannerisms of his enemies, and creates strategies to achieve victory; this includes preparing traps or leading his enemies along battle plans. Like this he can prepare victory in advance and even exploit his enemies’ weaknesses for his grand scheme. Regardless of his own powers or those of others, he remains vigilant.

Zanjutsu Expert: While not as proficient in swordsmanship as some masters, Brook is skilled enough to hold his own in a fight. He has shown to be very crafty with his Zanpakutō as his skills are great enough to regularly fight opponents who released their Zanpakutō while his remains sealed, only relying on his own Zanpakutō's released form as a last resort. He has shown himself to be capable fighter that is on par with lieutenant-level fighters.

Hakuda Inept: In trying to perform hand-to-hand movements, Brook may find himself injured. He has no skill whatsoever in unarmed combat, beyond basic instinctual punches and kicks, so hitting mobile targets is quite improbable.

Kidō Average: Brook seems to be well-versed enough in Kidō to have an understanding of at least fairly high-level Kidō spells with incantation, and he has a good enough understanding of Kidō spells to identify them upon sight. He can cast up to #56 requiring an incantation to do so. However spells up to number #33 he can cast without. He could easily chain together a few low-level spells with little effort, and he probably should since the spells he can use without incantation are hardly at a level that will do much against stronger opponents.[/FONT]



It was a calm day. The sun shone elegantly on the trees and their leaves slowly dropped down. The park was filled with the scent of various flowers all merged into one subtle and unique scent. The air was cool as a cold breeze would occasionally blow by, reviving the scent of the flowers.
It was pleasant day indeed. Shinigamis carried out their tasks, both personal and division related all around seiretei. The markets in the rukongai sections were filled with customers and sellers all carrying out their duties. Kids played in these markets and some looking for ways to feed themselves.
Well, all this Midori imagined as he lay in a garden located close to his division headquarters. Midori opened his eyes as if waking up from a dream. He slowly sat up; balancing the weight of his body on his left hand and using his right hand to clear his eyes.
He was bored as usual from the unavailability of jobs for him. He felt the weather was perfect for him to slack off in style. And this was the perfect place for him to do it.
As he finally awoke from his day dream, he pondered on his next course of action.


“Hmm... I think I should get up and find something doing. Honestly Midori, you don’t honestly hope to get promoted to a high seat member through slacking off like this…”
Midori let out a quick hiss as he realized how lazy he was.

“Alright. I’m going to find something to do... after this next nap I think”

Midori closed his eyes and lay back with a mischievous grin on his face.
As if the universe was against Midori’s decision, a hell butterfly delivered a message to Midori which happened to be from Captain Naxel-Hitsugaya. It shook Midori up a bit for there were many possibilities of the order. One of which could be about his regular slacking off.
Midori hastily picked himself up and hurried to the captain. His shunpo wasn’t the best, but it was effective to Midori’s satisfaction. He covered a distance and found himself at the entrance of the 2nd division headquarters. Using his shunpo again, Midori stopped at the front of the captain’s office.
He braced himself for the worst as he knocked on the office door. Two soft taps on the door and the captain replied almost immediately.

“Come in”
Midori meekly opened the door and closed it behind him as he bowed to his captain.

“You sent for me taicho”
The captain was buried in the work on his table. Writing reports and signing documents. He raised his head from all the work to meet the shinigami Midori before him.

“Ah Midori, you came here fast. I expected you to take your sweet time”
The captain relaxed back on his chair, abandoning the work and placing his attention on Midori.
Midori raised from his bow and began scratching the back of his head, putting on a nervous smile as he giggled. His eyes moved around as he felt slight embarrassment.

“No taicho. There’s no way I’d take my sweet time when the order is from you.”

“Right, and I’m sure I interrupted you while you were doing some “very important work” at the park.” The captain said this as he made a quotation mark gesture with the index and middle fingers on his two hands.

“busted….” Midori slowly slouched forward in a manner that showed he had been caught.

“Busted” The captain had a smile on his face which slowly turned serious. “Well that’s not why I called you here.”

The captain rose up from his chair and turned to face the window with arms crossed behind him. Midori straightened up to receive the message as he felt a feeling of importance. He was quite relieved he didn’t get in trouble. Straightening himself, Midori paid close attention to what the captain was about to say.

“Up in the north there’s a noble kingdom which of course led by noblemen and women. Currently the kingdom is almost completely in the hands of rebel armies and on the verge of being overrun. The rebels are ruthless and will capture and immediately dispose of any external threat spotted in the kingdom. There are tough opponents of high seat officer level so it doesn’t get easier as the mission progresses. It’s a difficult mission I can only send one person to do”

He slowly turned to the shinigami and looked him dead in the eyes with all seriousness. Midori already knew what he was ordering and was already prepared to take up the task. Being a shinigami of the 2nd division was never meant to be easy. Not to mention for a seated member like Midori. Midori stared back at the captain with an aura of determination and acceptance. The captain nodded, knowing he was prepared.

“I am aware you haven’t been given much to do, except for the trainings and likes. It’s not your fault. This mission however, will determine your promotion from a 6th seat officer to a high seat officer, depending on how well you perform.”

Searching through the rubble of file works picked up an envelope with a seal of the 2nd division insignia on it. He walked over from behind the desk and handed it to Midori. Midori immediately accepted with both hands.

“Deliver this to the ruler of the kingdom, Nobleman Aokiji. You must do this secretly and swiftly. The contents of this letter only should only be seen by the nobleman. Not even you should read it. Doing so would result in heavy punishment. Understood?”
Midori raised his head from looking at the letter.
“Understood. Taicho.”
The captain returned to his seat to continue his work. He looked up at Midori one last time for he left.

“I’m counting on you, Midori. The kingdom will fall if the letter isn’t delivered to the nobleman. You’re dismissed”

With this Midori bowed and left the office silently. He looked at the envelope as he walked out of the office. It was a tough task and it settled oddly in Midori’s mind. After a while standing and thinking of the mission, Midori finally was determined to deliver the message. He went down to his quarters to get set for his journey.
He reached his quarters and picked up a black coat to veil his shinigami attire along with other supplies to aid his basic needs on a trip. Done packing, Midori put on the coat and properly set his zanpakuto on his left side.
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He set out of seiretei for his mission immediately the mission had been passed to him. Once outside the northern walls of the seireitei, Midori met the sight of a vast, never-ending sea of sand. He took in a deep breath and looked at the envelope before putting it in the pocket of his shihakusho. He began sprinting towards the north and into the sea of sand. The wind began blowing from his left throwing little grain of sand at him as he headed north. He reached both hands to his back and pulled over his hood of his uniform. He began to apply shunpo covering a reasonably large distance with each burst. As he came to a stop after his 6th use of shunpo he found himself in the middle of nowhere as he could neither see seiretei nor his destination. Midori caught his breath, and took and drank a bottle of water that was strapped to his right side. As he raised his left arm to drink the water from the bottle, sweat trickled down his exposed arms which then turned cold as wind blew across his skin.

“This distance is ridiculous. How does seireitei have connections with a kingdom this far? This is really troublesome. Well. I can’t stop now.” Midori strapped the half empty bottle back to his right side before he continued his shunpo.

The kingdom came into view as Midori approached. Appearing as a minute structure before slowly enlarging into an enormous structure as Midori came closer, with the Nobleman’s castle standing out, Midori’s nervousness came into light as he realized the level of difficulty the mission. This however put a sickening grin on Midori’s face. This wasn’t a mission for any random shinigami. He had to be acknowledged to be given a mission of this caliber… the thought slowly faded as he realized it could also be a punishment for his slacking off.
As an array of thoughts spun in Midori’s head as he dashed on, he didn’t realize how close he was to the front gates of the kingdom until he spotted multiple figures ahead. They seemed to be preoccupied with something else. He was in luck as there were abandoned market stalls a distance before the gates. As a guard turned his head towards his direction, he immediately dived into the last shack on his right. The wood the shack was made of creaked as he leaned against it. The shack stood meters from the gates.

“That was close Midori. Get your head in the game. Now… Midori stuck his head out of the side of a barricade the stall had to look at the guards up ahead. He saw four men patrolling the front of the gates. They appeared to be dressed in uniforms which wascmainly a coat with a hood. Further behind were bodies being dragged to the side by two other guards? Their movements seemed suspicious.

“Hmmm. I guess I can’t be seen but the only entrance seems to be those gates” Midori looked up to spot three other guards looking over the lands from the high walls of the kingdom.

“ “Well. This is a serious problem” Midori brought his head back in after observing the entire perimeter. He bit the thumb of his left hand as he tried to make a plan to intrude.
Coming to a conclusion, Midori quickly pulled his two hands out and snapped his fingers.

“Well, I guess it couldn’t be helped”

Midori stuck his arm from the stall’s barricade and aimed his index finger at the area on the floor a few feet before him.

He whispers, “Sho.”

The force that was released from the tip of his finger lifted a large gust of sand. This was meant to attract the attention of the guards and draw at least one closer. Midori stuck his head out once again from the barricade and noticed his plan worked. His smirk was cut short as he saw his plan work “too” well as two guards approached the barricade.

“REALLY?” He thought to himself.

He leaned back in and drew his zanpakuto as he slowly backed into the stall. he stayed mute as he awaited the two guards. His right arm stretched out with his blade and left arm resting on his strapped scabbard. The sound of the wind blows past the shack. The sound of the footsteps slowly grew louder as the two guards approached. They were closer.
“Sure it wasn’t just the wind?’

“Yeah, sure. The wind can cause small explosions.”

““That wasn’t an explosion!”

Midori was growing tired of their argument as he heaved a heavy sigh.

“Shh, did you hear that?”

“Yeah. Who’s back there?” The guard asked, doubtfully expecting an answer.

“Maybe another noble guard? Let’s check it out.” It was now clear to Midori. These men were disguised as noble guards and the original noble guards were the dead bodies that were being moved. The sound of the rebels drawing their blades from their sheathes. Midori’s grip tightened as the first rebel appeared. His hood masking his face.
“There’s someone…” Midori dashed towards the guard and swung his blade downwards with one arm. The guard’s parry was sloppy and this hinted Midori on the strength level of the man. The other rebel came in from the left side of the rebel to drive his blade through Midori’s heart. Midori was quick to notice his movement and quickly moved to the side. As the guard missed his target, he could barely control his movements as he put in too much speed to his attack. His movement was however, interrupted as Midori stretched his left foot out which tripped the rebel. After watching the man crash into the boxes behind, Midori turned his attention to the man that stood before him holding his block up with two hands on his sword’s hilt. Midori lifted his right leg up and drove his foot into his left knee. This sent the guard down on one knee as he shrieked in pain. Midori quickly stretched his left hand forward to cover the rebel’s mouth before proceeding to drive his blade through his chest. The other rebel emerged from the rubble and began darting again towards Midori. Midori turned his right side of his body and drew his blade with enough force out to block and throw off the rebels arms. Blood from the already dead rebel splattered as Midori’s arm reached high. He brought it down with an even greater force and cut down the last rebel. Blood gushed out intensely as Midori stayed in the position after his strike. Breathing heavily, he swung his blade to his right side to get rid of blood on his zanpakuto before driving it back into his sheathe.
Rising from his crouched stance, Midori looked down on the lifeless bodies on both sides as they slowly bled out. Walking over the body behind him to the shack’s barricade, Midori took a look at the situation at the gate. The area appeared to be empty. None of the disguised rebels were around. Midori pulled of the coat he wore and undressed the rebel closest to him. Fortunately the coat wasn’t completely covered in blood and the only thing he had to worry about was the sword mark in the front of the coat. Wearing the coat and adjusting the hood onto his head, Midori walked to the front of the stall. He takes in deep breath and slowly walks to the gate. His heart beating quickly…

“Calm down Midori. You’ve come a long way. You can do this.” Sweat trickled down the side of his face as he looked around. The coast was clear and he was already at the gate.

“This is going more smoothly than I anticipated.” He thought to himself as he was about to cross the gate right before a voice called him.

“ “Hey! You there!”

The voice came from the top of the gates. A rebel also disguised as a guard looked down on Midori. The man had the hood of his coat down and wore a curious look on his face. He appeared older than the man he took the coat from.

“ “ Where’s the other guy you went with?” The man had bought the disguise Midori wore and mistook him for one of the men who went towards the shack.

“Uh, we found a woman hiding there and decided to have some fun.”

“ “Really? Lucky idiot. Get back to work.”

Midori watched the man head back to his post before he headed through the gates.
The kingdom was as deserted as the outside. Even livestock wouldn’t dare pass. The kingdom needed help as soon as possible. And Midori was sure the letter he held was what was needed. As Midori walked into the kingdom and met a setting quite similar to that of seiretei as he went deeper. The shape of the buildings and such. It was just deserted.

Midori continued his walk through rows of buildings as the main castle came into sight. It was surprising that he didn’t come across any guard through his walk through the kingdom. Midori felt the urge to say the mission would go perfectly, but felt mission might be jinxed. Well, just the thought was enough as Midori emerged from the row of two buildings and ran into two rebels who came in from behind the building’s left side. One of the rebels fell to the floor as Midori apologized and continued walking forward.

“Hey you!”

Midori stopped without turning back.

“ “Turn around”

Midori’s heart pounded as he slowly turned around.

“ “What’s with the sword mark and blood stains??”

The two carefully gripped as the man ordered Midori to take of his coat. Midori stayed motionless as the two guards slowly approached on his two sides and pulled out their blades.

“Take it off now!!”

As quickly as he could, Midori pulled the and threw it at the shinigami on his left and turning to his right, unsheathed his zanpakuto and gave a quick upward slash which was properly parried. The other guard, slashed the coat in half the moment it was thrown at him. He saw the complete figure of Midori and quickly realized he was a shinigami.

“A shinigami?!”

[color=#FF0000 “What’s he doing here?”[/color]

The man moved in to cut down Midori who was backing him. Midori quickly kicked the man before him, before rolling to his left to avoid the slash. He swung his right leg as he was crouched below and flipped the rebel on his back. He spun his sword by its hilt till it was pointing downwards, he then drove it into the abdomen of the rebel. The other stood and tried to inform the others, but Midori blocked his path by moving with shunpo before cutting him down.
The mission had to be completed for he didn’t have enough time to hide the bodies of the rebels. He hurried towards the castle and saw more guards coming from a distance. He used shunpo again and began running on the roof of buildings. Jumping to the next before he approached the end of the roof. He managed to stay out of sight and was now within distance of the castle. There were no other building before Midori but an open space before the castle. As Midori quickly approached, a figure suddenly appeared before him, intercepting his path. Midori immediately halted.

“Was that shunpo? But he isn’t a shinigami… this guy is dangerous.” These thoughts briefly went through Midori’s head as he moved into a stance.

The man standing before him made no sudden movements. He stood as if waiting for Midori to strike first. Midori didn’t want to fall into the man’s trap. He was dressed in an all-white foot long fitted coat. A white scabbard hung by his side with his blade already unsheathed. The man was blond to match.

“ “An angel I presume?” Midori put on a little smirk on his face as he maintained his stance. He stood upright with his right hand stretched forward. Pointing his blade at his opponent and his left hand tightly gripping to his scabbard which he slowly pulled out from the sash on his waist.

“I don’t recall anybody being able to intrude heaven.” The man slowly opened his eyes in a somewhat unimpressed manner and focused his gaze on Midori who was slightly shorter in height.

[color=#00F00 “Well said. So you are?”[/color] Midori gestured with his sword as he asked the question, Maintaining a mocking smirk on his face.

“Brook Amagai.”

“Midori Arekusanda. Pleased to meet you”

“It doesn’t matter.” In an instant Brook was behind an unsuspecting Midori. “You’d be dead anyway”

A thud could be heard from a distance as Brook sent Midori who barely parried into a nearby wall. Dust and rubbles emerged from the wall as Midori slowly slid down from the wall on his back. Still maintaining the two handed block, he grinned in pain of slamming into the wall.

“Good reaction. But you know how this is going to end. Don’t you?”

Midori regained balance as he uses shunpo to quickly cover a distance and appear above Brook to deliver a downward slash. This however was blocked effortlessly with Brook using an arm to hold his sword. Both their garments fluttered as the collision created a brief wave.
Midori swung in his left arm with his scabbard like another sword. This however, was futile as the assassin didn’t need to block. A swing of his arm created enough force to send Midori a few feet away.

He was too strong. Midori had to think of a way to deliver his message before he gets killed by the man. He slowly stood up, breathing heavily while looking round. Blood slowly slid down the left side of his face from a cut on his head.

“It’s useless.” Brook covered the distance between them almost instantly without giving Midori much time to react. He didn’t attack immediately. Midori instinctively attacked. Striking at his chest, which was effortlessly blocked. Midori jumped backwards to build some distance.

“Hado #4: Byakurai!” As Midori gained his balance. He shot out a flash of white lightening. Brook’s guard with his blade deflected the attack which hit the ground before him, raising the dust.

Midori began sprinting to the side and circling the area where Brook stood as the dust cloud shrouded Midori

“ye lord! Mask of blood and flesh, all creation flutter of wings, ye who bears the name of man! Inferno and pandemonium, the sea barrier surges, march on to the south! Hado #31: Shakkaho!!” A crimson orb of energy shot out of Midori’s left hand towards the area where the assassin stood. The moment the orb hit its target, a large explosion created. Midori was now breathing heavily from exhaustion. He went down on a knee to catch his breath.

“Oh? Honestly, you’re strong” Midori”s eyes widened as he heard the voice behind him. His entire body was sent into shock. His attack never hit its target. In fact, the assassin wasn’t there when he attacked. The realization of this frightened Midori. He was bruised and exhausted and could barely land a hit. Was this his end?”

The assassin drove his leg into Midori’s left rib cage as he remained squatting on the floor backing him. Midori could feel the blood bursting out of his mouth and the rib on his left side cave in. he was sent flying a distance away. As Midori’s unmoving body rolled, crashed and finally came to a stop. His body could no longer obey him as he lay on the floor. He raised his head with as much effort as he could put in to gauge the distance between them. He could see the assassin in the distance. His vision slowly blurred as he could only keep one eye open.

“Pathetic” A voice whispered from the deep parts of Midori’s mind.

“You’re really pathetic” his vision completely faded into a brief moment of darkness. He forced his eyes to open only to meet his surrounding completely covered in water. He was standing. The water stopping right above his ankles. All his bruises and injuries had disappeared. The sky was dark with little drops of water falling here and there. The water seemed to be the place’s source of light. Midori decided to walk through. Hoping to find out where he was.
Was he dead? Or was he dreaming? He hoped of find out in the vast and endless plane he found himself in. A few feet ahead of him, the water began to bulge before a figure emerged from the water holding a large black scythe. The figure appeared to be a beautiful woman who looked to be in her early teens with a pale skin and pitch black waist long hair. She wore a dark gown and only hands, neck, shoulders and face were visible. She wore an expression identical to Brooks’. Unimpressed.

“Do I know you?”

“Of course you do, idiot. I’m “%$#@!@””

“What was that? I didn’t get the last part.”

“Of course you won’t hear it. You always fail to listen”

“What’re you talking about?”

“you enjoy rushing into battles alone avoiding the voices that warn you of the impending danger ahead. You feel you will come out on top if you don’t hesitate to rush into battle. So reckless. So dull. The same way of reason is what has got you in this situation. If you can’t listen to that voice, then you don’t deserve to live.”

“What…” the lady turned her back on Midori and walked away. As Midori took a step forward to call her attention, strings emerged from the water in twos and threes and grabbed Midori’s hands. This came as shock as he could not comprehend what was happening around him. Where was his previous opponent? Where is this place? What was she talking about? And more importantly. What are these strings? Midori struggled and snapped the strings on his right arm and immediately reached for his blade. His hands were immediately caught by a greater amount of strings. He struggled with his left and broke off the strings which reattached in a greater amount. Strings began to emerge in more amounts, wrapping around Midori like snakes. They went over his neck, legs, and hands. Coming in more amounts and covering Midori till his body wasn’t visible. He was slowly pulled into the waters as he tried to struggle. He couldn’t shout as his mouth was also covered. As he struggled he thought about all the lady had said. It all came to him. Who she was and how she knew all about him. He stopped struggling and gave in to the strings pulling him in. He closed his eyes and opened them. The threads were gone. He looked in amazement and gazed back at the short girl who now faced him.

“So you can listen?’

“I guess I can” the girl let out a small smile as she threw her scythe at him.

“I’ll let you off this one. When next you forget my name, I’ll make you pay”

“Don’t worry. I won’t” Midori’s vision began to blur in a whitish scenery as he heard the voice of the girl echo.

“now… speak!”

A huge burst of green reiatsu emerged from Midori’s body as he slowly stood up from the ground which he lay. His shihakusho was ruinedand Midori was bruised all round. But for this brief moment Midori didn’t feel it all. The Assassin who was approaching had stopped with his hand shielding his face from the gust of wind Midori’s reiatsu created. He was surprised at the sudden increase in Midori’s reiatsu and stood to watch from the distance.

“Sorry I kept you waiting” he looked at the assassin with assuring eyes and looked down at his blade which screamed out to him to call his name. He smiled to it as he crouched and stretched his left arm out with his scabbard and gently sheathe his blade inside.

“Reach through the heavens and latch onto the crescent moon. The demons rejoice as the heavenly bodies wail. Now tangle, reveal and destroy, Norowareta!!”

The sheathed sword glowed bright green before elongating into a scythe. As the glow dimmed, it revealed a pitch black menacing scythe. Midori’s burst of reiatsu slowly faded and returned to normal as he watched his surprised opponent with unrelenting eyes. His scythe now pointed at the assassin. Drawing him in for a second round.

“You think this is enough to stop me? You must be kidding” he took a stance with a forced smile. Midori continued to stare at the man before using shunpo to appear behind the man. Holding the bottom half of his scythe and swinging it to the right side of Brook’s rib. The man turned to his right and was quick to react to the back attack barely holding the hilt of his blade with both hands he brought the sword down to block. But the force sent him sliding backwards as he tried not fall over.

“Is that it?” with a faked smile he was sure that Midori’s sudden power up wasn’t enough to beat him until Midori drew back his scythe. The curved blade of the scythe hooked as a result, pulling the assassin forward. Midori drove his right foot into the belly of the assassin, forcing him to spit out blood. Midori proceeded to stretch his left hand to grab his face. And twisting the scythe to point downwards, pulled the scythe to slit the tendons on the assassin’s left hand. The man forcefully swung his right hand with the blade to cut Midori. He missed as Midori created a distance between them.
The man looked at Midori’s face with rage. He flinched as he looked down to his left hand. The cut was deep. And he had no other option but to fight with his other hand alone. The man bled profusely from his wrist as he dashed forward with a war cry, swinging his blade horizontally at Midori’s right side. He however made contact with the middle of Midori’s scythe. Midori had block with his right and left hand on the top and bottom half of the scythe. Midori spun the scythe around him to his left to dig the blade into the Assassin’s open left, the man quickly dashed behind Midori to drive his blade into him, only for Midori to shunpo behind him with his scythe held high. He drove it down the assassin’s back and watched the man shriek in pain. His back was now exposed as his coat had been torn off with one slice. The man dashed a few feet back and watched as Midori walked towards him calmly spinning his scythe on one arm.

“ Unmei no shiruku” Midori swing his scythe horizontally from left to right with his right hand, releasing a crescent formed thread at a great speed towards Brook. The assassin set his guard up, but as the thread made contact with his blade, it sent him flying into a nearby building. The assassin closed his eyes and screamed in pain as his back made contact with the wall. He didn’t realize Midori who had now used shunpo to appear before him had already prepared his last attack.

“Know despair. Saishu Unmei” Midori swung his now glowing green scythe upwards from the ground as it passed through the Assassin, splitting him in half along-side the two buildings aligned behind him.

Dust settles everywhere as rocks fall from the damage he had caused. His scythe reverted to its original form. Midori stayed standing as he was running low on reiatsu. He looked up to the dust filled sky and smiled as he fell backwards. He heard footsteps running down the stairs of the castle. Two Men dressed in noble guard attire approached.

“Come to finish me off huh?” he thought to himself with a smile as the men ran towards him before he once again passed out.


His eyes opened. Blinking rapidly afterwards to clear his vision. He opened his eyes to see the high ceiling. He immediately sat up and looked around to find guards around him. They were surprised as Midori came through, the turned to see his zanpakuto by his side and his wounds all fixed up and covered.

“You helped me?” he asked the 5 guards who were around him.

“Yes we are noble guards of this kingdom. We heard sounds from outside and rushed to see the issue. We saw you take down the assassin Amagai Brook and also noticed your shinigami shihakusho so we were relieved.”

“Where is the nobleman?”

“I’m right here” an older looking man with a huge stature, grey hair and facial hair and an expensive looking Kimono walked in. The guards bowed and quietly moved out of the room. “Why do you look for me brave shinigami?

“I’m here to deliver a letter from the Captain of the 2nd division” reaching his hand into his pocket and bringing the letter out, he descends from the bed and hands the letter to him.

“I’ll take my leave sir.” The man looked at Midori, who was now strapping his zanpakuto to his left side with surprise.

“But you’re still injured. Spend some days here and heal your wounds”

“I’m fine sir thank you for your hospitality”

“No, thank you for helping us.” The man gave Midori a warm smile who he replied.

Midori made his way towards the front gate, avoiding open areas and staying on high ground to avoid rebel eyes. His wounds hurt as he ran but the joy of awakening a new power as well as completing a difficult mission filled his heart with joy and he could not wait to return home and report back to his captain
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Re: [Mission] Nobleman report

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Post by Naxel » Fri Apr 07, 2017 1:33 pm

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Creativity- (23/25): As I went through this mission, I was very impressed with the creativity you had created. At the Beginning, you did exactly what I wanted you to do, and that was to perform this mission like a true member of the Inner Court would do. You stayed low and hide yourself the best that you could. Even though you added some very gruesome details with that first encounter, it still was a great and creative way to perform your actions. The next encounter added even more creativity when you decided to disguise yourself as a nobleman guard, who really was actually a rebel, and tried to make your way to the castle. Then getting stopped, and having to take them out since they caught onto who you were. This is where the story caught my attention greatly. Finally, the spar you had with Brook showed me that you truly know how to spar properly. You knew that he was stronger than you, performed the fight without god modding, and knew your strengths and weaknesses. That is what greatly impressed me. Then when you were on the brink of death, and added your shikai awakening into the story made it better. I found it interesting and kind of funny when your Zanpakuto used the strings to help you hear her. It was very good, but it could of still used more detail. When you usually decided to add going into your zanpakuto in a spar or mission, that time is usually moved quickly. So you could of spoke with her more, tried to figure out who she was since you didn't know her, and instead of her just giving you the blade you could of had it appear slowly into your hand. Enough though you used brief details it didn't make it any less interesting. The same goes for the last part of the fight with Brook. Brook was still more powerful than your character, but you performed your actions like you were levels above him. Shikai does grant you a boost in power, but not a power gap. The ending though regardless was still a great finish, just remember that next time. ^_^

Quality/writing-(15/25): The writing quality of this post is not the best in the world. I seen many errors spelling and punctuation. At some points while reading it made reading it quite difficult. I understand and know your first language is probably not English, but even for people with English as their primary has trouble. For example, "He set out of seiretei for his mission immediately the mission had been passed to him", should of been "He set out from seiretei for his mission immediately that was passed onto him by his Captain." Try not to use words multiple times within the same sentence. Another would be how you say multiple actions in one sentence. "As quickly as he could, Midori pulled the and threw it at the shinigami on his left and turning to his right, unsheathed his zanpakuto and gave a quick upward slash which was properly parried", should of been, "Quickly, Midori pulled the (what?) and threw it at the shinigami on his left. He then parried his body to the right, unsheathed his zanpakuto, and gave a quick upward slash which was properly parried". Make sure that if you wanna to name multiple things to use a coma. "Naxel went to the store to by milk, eggs, and butter." Such as that. Also, know the difference between they're, their, and there. There is the word indicated a place, as in "I live right over there." Showing that the house over there is mine. Their is the possessive of they, as in "Their my friends over there." Meaning that the people over there are MY friends. Lastly, They're is just a conjunction of "they are", an example of if would be "They are going to watch a movie". Meaning they (the people) are going to watch a movie. These examples are the best I can give you, but if you do not understand something or have trouble please contact me for help.

Quantity/Length- (25/25): This was one of the things that impressed me the most. You managed to use everything above to give me a 5,000+ worded mission to read. Even though I do not like one post missions, but since this one would of been multiple posts if slip up, it still was a great read for me. Keep up the lengthy missions and ideas you give along with them!

Execution/Performance- (25/25): Before I started to read this mission, I was wondering how everything was going to play out. After I read it I was not at all unimpressed with what you have given me. You performed this mission to the best of your ability, and given me what a true inner court member would do. The stealthiness, quick thinking, and performance of your actions are what made me proud. From what I have read by this one mission has made me want to go on a mission with you. Yet I know with your willingness to become better it will be great to see what you will give when you become even better.

Overall Grade: A (88/100)
Reward: 8 extra spar points.
2nd Division Captain: Naxel Dante-Hitsugaya

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