Villages of the World

  • Gougi Honkyo :: The Grand Citadel
    [. Administrative Domain | Mission Alcove | Scroll Atheneum .]
    Gougi Honkyo. The Grand Citadel. Within the confines of this massive fortress lies the heart of Iwagakure no Sato. The Grand Citadel is a castle in it's own right, complete with Environs, and an outer wall surrounding it. The Gougi Honkyo houses three essential structures to the Village Hidden in the Earth. The Administrative Domain, from which the Tsuchikage leads and guides the village. The Mission Alcove, where mission assignments, team formations, and exams are handed out. Lastly, the Scroll Atheneum, located deep in the basements of Gougi Honkyo, this vast collection of scrolls contains all the information one could want on Iwagakure no Sato. Some Restrictions Apply. These three structures make up the central system for operating Iwagakure no Sato.
    Kage :: Sagaku Zihark | Arzur
    51 Topics
    480 Posts
    Last post Re: Team Ishisakura
    Posted by Hanya
    Tue Sep 04, 2012 10:33 am
  • Ittai no Sato :: Regions of the Village
    [. Quartz Square | Residential District | The Frozen Labyrinths .]
    Ittai no Sato represents the different regions within the Village Hidden in the Earth. One of the most popular areas within the Village is Quartz Square, a bustling market district founded upon a clear quartz bedrock. Perhaps the most populated region of the village would be the Residencial District. Located on multiple small plateau's, this area is the suburban region of Iwagakure no Sato, filled with houses and inns. The third region within the village would be the Frozen Labyrinths, a below-freezing area underground made up of a series of twisting and winding tunnels. Just in front of this region is a mediocre plain and coniferous forest where shinobi train. These regions conglomerated make up the whole of the Village Hidden in the Earth.
    77 Topics
    813 Posts
    Last post Re: Stealing the Moonligh…
    Posted by Hanya
    Thu Jul 19, 2012 9:47 am
  • Tsuchi no Kuni :: The Earth Country
    [. The City Torn Asunder | The Petrified Forest | The Mountains of Ancient Glory | The Underground .]
    Tsuchi no Kuni, or the Earth Country, is the second largest country out of the five great nations, second only to Kaze no Kuni, the Land of Wind. Tsuchi no Kuni however, is a land of many landscapes unlike the desert country of Kaze no Kuni. The first landscape one comes across after normal rock formations is a plain of destruction. The ruins of an ancient city five times the size of Iwagakure no Sato mars the arid, rocky plain in which it lies. This nameless city's ruins were believed to be destroyed by the creatures dwelling on it's edge within a place as unknown as the city's history. The edges of the City Torn Asunder are marked by ancient trees that have been petrified over the millenia, these massive pillars of stone now stand as monuments of era's passed. These 'monuments' make up the Petrified Forest, a place filled of strange creatures, believed to be the summons of shinobi today. Along Tsuchi no Kuni's borders lies an old mountain range that tears into the clouds. Within this mountain range lies a mythical swamp, filled with legends and illusions of the old world, a city laided with gems of all kinds, and a mysterious valley. Along the coast lies the magnificent city of Port Saint Lucia. These distinct territories make up the diversity of Tsuchi no Kuni, the Earth Country.
    106 Topics
    1214 Posts
    Last post Re: Broken Souls [Chiyoko]
    Posted by Ryuuchi
    Mon Nov 05, 2012 7:49 pm
  • The Phoenix Clock Tower
    /-\ | Marble Halls :: Embassies of the World :: Pumice Bookhalls | /-\
    The Phoenix Clocktower serve as a monument to honor the past Kajikages. The builiding itself is comprised of large bricks, layered on top of each other in a random yet exquisite display. On the top of the tower is a large clock. Underneath this clock are small statues, each of them made to appear like the past leaders of the village. This Clock Tower was reconstructed after Kasai's dreadful run-in with Criminal Suisha Amamizu.
    Kage :: Watanabe Tozen - R.E.D.
    26 Topics
    254 Posts
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    Posted by Tolkien
    Fri Oct 16, 2015 11:15 am
  • City Guarded by Hinokagutsuchi :: Kasaigakure
    /-\ | The Pit | Shadowed Suburbia | Mongoose Marketplace | /-\
    The great majority of the village of Kasai is residential and industrial, with several landmarks dominating the landscape. Such as the Pit, an area for shinobi training and a district that also contains the Granite Coliseum and the Ninja Academy. The suburbs are shadowed over by the volcano, and positioned so that most of the time the residents are tucked away from the blaring sun, which has also been designed for a quick underground escape if required. The Mongoose Marketplace is marked by a large fountain, built in memoriam to the late Kasaikage Khan Nus, the new name quickly having been adopted.
    87 Topics
    951 Posts
    Last post Re: Toads and Steam
    Posted by Anbu
    Wed Jun 26, 2013 10:22 am
  • Kaji no Kuni :: Ash Country
    /-\ | Lake Iji | Outer Mountains | Pale Savannah | /-\
    Lake Iji is a rather large lake that is known to be inhabited by rather large alligators, which are very infamous - there can be no doubt to their source. Vicious creatures lurk beneath the surface in this lake and several other small ones, such as Sharkbait Lake and Chi Pond. To the north of the village are several valleys within the mountain range, containing vast forests of ash and elder trees. The area is known for their big cats, such as Lynx and Bobcats, as well as large prey animals such as deer and caribou. Snow often litters the ground in higher altitudes. To the east and south are vast plains fading into more mountains and deserts, tall grasses giving a home to savannah animals such as lions and giraffes.
    68 Topics
    762 Posts
    Last post Old Flame | [Omoi]
    Posted by Oddric
    Wed Oct 22, 2014 9:43 pm
  • The Heart of Konoha
    The inner sanctum and last bastion of defense for what remains of the shinobi still loyal to the Will of Fire. Once a peaceful gem of the legendary village, the city center has been turned into a makeshift fort and while the administration still remains active along with the training academy many things have changed. The buildings, like many spirits are hardened to match their current situation where battle is always common.
    102 Topics
    1268 Posts
    Last post The Sweet Subtle Sent of …
    Posted by Art
    Fri Jan 02, 2015 5:23 am
  • The Sites of Konoha
    Konoha is a diverse place indeed and this holds true even during times of war. While once peaceful streets and parks have now become battlefields and camps but that doesn’t make the village any less grand. The less populated markets are now raided by both sides for resources and many homes are nightly respites for all factions involved. You are never quite sure who or what you may run into while out in the village.
    128 Topics
    1279 Posts
    Last post Re: Dead Memories | Rai
    Posted by Brera
    Fri Apr 10, 2015 1:37 pm
  • The Fire Country
    War does not only rage in Konoha. The Fire Country at large has become a war zone with numerous false daimyos of all allegiances popping up throughout the country. Without a central village to provide shinobi manpower, many a mercenary has made their way into the country’s borders as well as representatives from surrounding villages. Trust and safety are at a premium and many who take that for granted find themselves vanishing to some unknown force.
    173 Topics
    2063 Posts
    Last post Re: Undone
    Posted by Rai
    Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:37 am
  • Sound Headquarters
    ║ Mission Board ჻ Shinobi Registry ჻ Sound Agenda ║
    In the inner sanctuary of the village, a large meeting hall stands out with two golden horns piercing the sky. It may resemble a Buddhist temple complex, but it is actually the Headquarters of the Sound Village and the center of important information. The Sound Village utilizes a Mission Board, which hangs on a wall inside the facility. It allows shinobi's to select and complete missions posted, as well as create custom missions themselves. Also, the Shinobi Registry is located inside the Sound Headquarters and it keeps track of all Sound shinobi - as well as wanted shinobi. Bounties are placed on wanted shinobi's heads and when the shinobi is collected, special prizes are then given as rewards. But most importantly, inside this structure the official business of the village is run by the Otokage and the Sound Council to achieve the Sound Agenda.
    83 Topics
    566 Posts
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    Posted by RavageDark
    Tue Jun 05, 2012 11:33 pm
  • Within the Village Gates
    ║ Shinobi Academy ჻ Sound Medical and Research Facility ║
    The present Otogakure in - the southern regions of the Land of Rice - is a vibrant city built above, below, and in the walls of a large canyon lined with multiple connecting wooden bridges, secret caves, and clandestine labs. Otogakure is also the capital city of the Rice Country and therefore houses every type of person imaginable. The village itself can be broken down into two main parts: the inner and outer city. The inner city is located in the walls of the canyon where history and artifacts date back to its settlement. The outer city is fairly new and spills over the plateau above the canyon. It is where most of the citizens of Otogakure live and work. Otogakure is steadily growing thanks to the villages massive power supply from its dammed waterfall. Protecting Otogakure is a large wall with only two gates surrounding the entire village. These gates look akin to demons and are the origins of many tales of the village's intent.
    71 Topics
    729 Posts
    Last post Re: We Walk | Sei
    Posted by Brera
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 9:07 am
  • Rice Country
    ║ Western Regions ჻ Eastern Regions ჻ Nothern Regions║
    The Rice Country is more than its signature rice fields and massive forests. It is the largest grain exporter and is filled with dangerous jungles, hidden springs, unexplored caves, and a sprinkle of hidden treasure buried along its coast and in its forests. The Rice Country is a beautiful nation still recovering from the Great Shinobi war. It is slowly gaining influence over neighboring countries as the Otogakure shinobi expand their services to a broader range of nations.
    175 Topics
    1912 Posts
    Last post Re: A Midnight Farewell
    Posted by Brera
    Tue Apr 21, 2015 12:33 pm

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