Well, the revolt of Iwa only happened four years before Ame. Right after the war Iwa wasn't really doing much, there was another tsuchikage before the one that was revolted against, who kind of tried to repair the damage the Fourth War had caused but didn't accomplish much of anything.
Their condition wouldn't be that much different from Konoha or any of the other villages, aside from their weak economy which has always been a constant there. Maybe if you told me why he killed the explosion corps?
Because he felt like the Tsuchikage did him wrong (Refused to allow Magyaku's dad permission to use Iwagakure Kinjutsu in fear of letting the secret out (If he had not used it, Magyaku's explosion release would have caused him to self explode)). So he attacked Iwagakure in anger. Tho the revolt actually fits my time line. If anything, Magyaku would have attacked at the beginning. Maybe Magyaku's attack was a major factor in the revolt?
Hmmm... I could imagine it happening right before the actual revolt, as yet another example of how little the tsuchikage cared for his citizens, causing the beginning of the revolt to be very violent. That way Makushimi and his crew could eventually step up for a more peaceful revolution and establish the democratic Iwa of today. Sounds good to you? I don't really mind the destruction thing either, as long as its not to a point where Iwa would be unliveable, as it gives them yet another reason to reach out to Magoseong :>
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS that is fucking amazing. Magyaku i was thinking took out a half to a third maybe. I'm willing for less. Like he was going twice as hard as Deidara went. And yeah Magyaku attacked the Tsuchikage because (It's also in me app) He cared little for the kid so subconsciously, both our stories like went perfectly together <3
So on chat, we decided we were going to revive the Seven Swordsmen of the Mist. With all the swords, based on Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist (Chix). Therefore, we kinda need Nuibari, but we realized your character has it. Could you explain to me how she got it, or if it would be possible for Kiri to get the sword back? Because I can't apply for the Swordsmen in Ame, til I get all this sword business sorted out. Thanks in advance Kai.
Well, my guess was that after the war, the swords were returned to Kiri and put in storage there pending a suitable wielder. While this was happening, Kurozome got word of their location due to their vast amount of followers and Shizumu decided to break in and steal Nuibari for her self. How did she do it? Getting into places isn't really that hard for her. Why did she do it? Just because she wanted that sword :> So yeah, Kiri can have the sword back... If they can persuade Shizumu enough to hand it over
You may remember me from old roleplays such as "I am Truth" and various discussions regarding pink samurai racing to defeat the overlords of justice who seek to proclaim that all ducks are created equal. Which is a crackpot idea if you ask me. Anyways, I suppose I've gone through a metamorphosis myself, so count yourself lucky that while my name has changed, I'm still the same man you know and love. Till we meet again ole friend!
It was the new year, and I decided that a change of pace was in order. I want this year to be different, and to do that small steps are necessary. A new name, a fresh start, a fresh perspective perhaps. Who knows. So, introductions outta the way, what have you been up to ole friend?
Well, I'm in the middle of exams right now, so not much fun :< Aside from that, wrecking house, as per usual. This, this and this pretty much for my main business right now, along with this and this. With a little bit of this on the side. I'm dearly sorry to have forgotten to express this in my previous reply, but EHMAGEERDD YOURREEE BACK :DDD Seriously though, I'm kind of really happy :>
Okay, so basically, not long after the Fourth Shinobi World War ended, Onoki died and a new tsuchikage was appointed. However this dude, while a powerful shinobi, was also quite traditional in his beliefs, and thus wanted to alleviate the damage by following the old ways of Iwagakure - using whatever means necessary to establish Iwagakure as the greatest of the five. Thus, even in the wake of the Great Shinobi Alliance he attacked some small bordering countries. But because the World War had already drained Iwa's resources, everything became focused on supplying for the world, causing the living conditions of the citizens to worsen drastically. Eventually, before the war could yield any kind of result, the people of the Land of Earth (I'm always saying Iwa, but this applies to the whole country really :v) revolted against their Tsuchikage and dethroned him, all French-style. From then on, instead of the most powerful ninja leading Iwa, there would be a village leader elected by the people. Okay, so after that, the country's problems still weren't over, cause the two wars had pushed it into an economic crisis. None of the other shinobi countries wanted to help out, cause they still weren't okay with Iwagakure invading those countries plus they needed all the resources they had to recover from the world war themselves. So, Iwa turned to their northern neighbors, Magoseong for support. Magoseong gave out just that, but the country became so reliant on it that the land of earth is currently only really in name independent. Now, from the perspective of a citizen, they would probably hold Magoseong in high regards, seeing as it did save the whole country after the Tsuchikage sacked it. The shinobi force of Iwa itself is currently very minimal, so the current generation of genin would probably feel the pressure of having to rebuild the village. Eumm... Can't really think of anything else at the moment. So yeah, basically Iwa is now a democracy, unofficially a part of Yulryeo (country of which Magosong is the capital) and slowly recovering from two wars and an economic crisis because of the latter's support. If you have any questions left, feel free to ask! :>