Well, I generally never have a problem with other people using my techniques, but only if there's a good enough reason for it. Reading this made me realize the page was lacking in information, so I've updated it with the following. The Uchiha style was made for those who weren't really all too good with taijutsu or genjutsu but still had to go out there and face opponent who were. Hence, the style doesn't operate like other sword forms at all - hitting the opponent isn't a goal, neither is hurting them. The blade acts like a mirror on a stick, basically, only a bit more graceful and threatening to those who don't know of the user's intentions. So with that in mind, which character of yours would use it? And does he/she have any purpose for the technique? Cause basically, anyone who was good in taijutsu or ninjutsu should never really be bothered to learn this technique, since they can use those two to create openings for their genjutsu, and not on something inherently harmless as this.
Yeah, do you mind if I borrow the image and concept for a character here? He'll be Mei's brother, but uses Boil and Lava Release like her. He'll be the Mizukage of Kiri, and the uncle to twins Misaki Setsumi and Akiki Setsumi :3
Oh yeah, I was gone for like school and stuff :> And oh yeah, I saw, and I'm loving her! Boil Release has always one of my fav kekkei genkai, but I never really got any proper ideas to expand on it, so I'm happy to see you did succeed in that area :> I'm also really liking your hozuki, nice to see some other ones being made as well :>
Hmmm... I don't really have a good idea, so it's really up to you. If you're in the mood for some puns that make you look smart, however, there's always Dracaena cinnabari, a type of tree that's better known as the Dragons blood tree. Cause you know, you have a senju... and it has wood... and it's named after a dragon... and my char is like blood and-