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13th Dec 2017, 8:00 AM in Chunin Exam Arc
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RandomRex6 13th Dec 2017, 8:00 AM edit delete
I'm... baffled by what the ruling here would be. I mean, in a legit combat situation, one on one, Ino couldn't just kill her opponent, because the damage would be reflected. And mind-controlling someone into surrender...

I don't know, just feels like a gray area.

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Raven 13th Dec 2017, 8:49 AM edit delete reply
I was always confused as to what the ruling would be here, since Sakura's obviously possessed so she isn't actually the one surrendering. On the other hand, she wasn't able to fight Ino off so she's technically incapacitated?
BrenTenkage 13th Dec 2017, 3:25 PM edit delete reply
Yeah it makes sense, testing their abilties to stop an opponent, and in a real fight, the moment Ino takes over an opponent, thats like capturing them for information or just bringing them back as a hostage
Godzfirefly 14th Dec 2017, 11:42 PM edit delete reply
In an actual field situation, once captured, Ino could easily put someone into an incapacitated situation before returning to her own body. Especially if (as seems to be the case in the Naruto world) she's expected to always have backup. Tied up, fallen in a hole, stepped into a pre-prepared trap, etc.
loyalChaos 14th Dec 2017, 1:25 AM edit delete reply
As a DM, I'd prolly not allow this to even happen without some sorta constant test of will style check. Player Autonomy is sacrosanct, I feel, and can cheapen someones enjoyment of the game, if infringed upon. Oh, but, you wanna know how the proctor would rule this? *Shrugs.* If she's dumb enough to fall for the trap, then yeah, call it...
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