Every single thing that has been explicitly stated to be a part of the series will be in the show in some format
In some cases, of course, the Naruto series doesn't explicitly state how a particular skill, attribute or area will be like. Some
ninjas we don't find out what clan they are from, for example. Some skills aren't explained properly. In these cases, we will
interpret these things in some way. In this case, we use our own interpretation, which might disagree with someone else's
In doing this, we also have to be sure that this is a fun game to play. As such, we have to be careful to balance things out.
In some cases, this means creating new skills that aren't in the Naruto series. In other cases, we may deliberately interpret a
skill to be more powerful or less powerful than how it is commonly interpreted, just so that the game is playable. We also may
create negative side effects of certain powerful skills if they seem to be too strong otherwise.
The World of Naruto to this stage is not complete. We have some areas that are complete but also many more that have not even
been started yet. We have some skills in but many more that we don't even have a clue how to do them.
In doing all of this, we have decided on a vague sort of order of things. While kekkei genkai may seem to many to be the most
attractive elements of the series, they are also the most difficult to try to make as part of a fair game. They could be written
very easily (especially sharingan and byakugan) but in doing so it would be very difficult to do them fairly with respect to
everything else. As such, kekkei genkai are planned to be the last sets of skills to be made, or at least some of the last
to be made (we may leave some high level and forbidden jutsus until afterwards). Certainly, we would want to make sure that we
had done all basic jutsus and worked out what all clans would have first, to make sure that it is fair and balanced for
The game itself, once you get used to it, is very easy to play, especially for the first few levels. After that, it becomes
increasingly more difficult. Whilst you can do the first exams, the Genin Exams, by yourself, for any other exams you need to
have another player to run it for you. The exams get increasingly more difficult to win. We also have no skills after level
51 (even though the maximum level is 201) and there are also very few creatures above level 51. In time, we will make more.
In time, advanced skills (above level 51) will be learned from scrolls that will be found after completing special missios.
Before we can do this, however, we need to work out what are the basic skills and to put all of them in, all the time trying
to make sure that things are balanced.
In saying this, once you pass the Chuunin Exams (which you must have done to get beyond level 51), you have the chance to be a
leader, and to be an active part of the mud as a whole. As a leader, of either your village, clan or guild, you can make
decisions affecting other players on the mud - declare war - or broker an alliance. You also have NPCs (automatic creatures)
named after you who act on your behalf. You can give missions yourself and award bonuses yourself.
The challenge in the game increases dramatically after level 51, and continues to be more difficult afterwards. The final
challenge, to gain the immortality jutsu is something which we do not believe that a single
player will ever be able to do - and that it would take a team of maximum level players working really hard a very long
time to do it.
Amongst our completed unique zones are: