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Author Topic: Survival of the Last (Naruto) - Interest Check  (Read 277 times)

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Offline HunterTopic starter

Survival of the Last (Naruto) - Interest Check
« on: November 30, 2009, 11:36:05 PM »
I'm going to attempt to revive this game as it kinda fell flat upon the first try.  Please indicate your interest.  Thank you.

It is the time of the Sixth Hokage.   An alliance of villages (including Leaf and Sand) have gathered together to destroy once and for all the Lightning village.  A co-ordinated strike has lead to the destruction of the ninja of the land of lightning but has a terrible price as well.  Those few survivors of the destruction of the village have been cut off from the rest of the word and will need to band together to survive.


Ruin and devastation.  Smoke waffed thinly still, even this next morning after the battle that had all but destroyed the ninja village in the land of Lightning.  The first jutsu that had been employed was to keep anyone from escaping.  But it had also trapped everyone inside, without a way out.  They would have to make do with what they could find inside until the pass into the mountain valley could be cleared.

Some were wounded worse than others, but everyone had scars of some kind.  For now, they'd just have to rough it out until the spring thaw came and there would be enough people able to get the mountain pass cleared out.   Until then, everyone would have to work together to survive.

A handful of people, ninjas all.  They'd have to depend on each other, use what little remained, do whatever it took.  At least there was still some shelter and enough food to get through the winter.
« Last Edit: December 01, 2009, 12:17:36 AM by Hunter »