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The Thousand-Man Slayer (千一凶漢 Senichi Satsugai?), later to be revealed as Sengoku (戦国, Sengoku) in the series, is a pirate known throughout the seas as Kurokaku (黒角, Literally meaning; "Black Horn"), is one of the four great Yonko. As a man that has participated in many wars, Sengoku knows the pain of losing comrades, as well as taking the life of someone else's. Within these many wars was the lost of his father and seven siblings, each dying gruesome deaths leaving Sengoku as the only live one. His journey as a pirate started extremely early where he was accompanied by the only other surviving member of their island, Kushina. Sengoku gained the epithet The Creator (創作, Sōzō) for his ability to make a way out of no way. There is a tale that Sengoku slayed over a thousand men in the Jaya islands. A time when Mock Town had been plagued in a steady war. Defending the land on his own, he shed the blood of more than a thousand pirates and marines. The Jaya would later be the area of the Grand Line that he and his crew conquered. Sengoku bears an eternal grudge against a nine-tailed fox, which gave him the scar on his eye those years ago. To some he's known as the Devil Fruit collector, finding over a hundred devil fruits within his time as a pirate.
Despite being a man who spends most of his time on the sea, Sengoku has a family of his own. He was once married to the former Chief of the World Nobles Police Force; Crickett Mary, impregnating her with fraternal triplets. The eldest of the three is Sengoku D. King. A son, who's a member of a revolutionary army. The second, a daughter; Sengoku D. Autumn proud member of the marines. And the final, another son; Sengoku D. Michael, a young rookie pirate whom wishes to surpass his own father and become the King of Pirates.
Sengoku is a tall and muscular built man even underneath all of his ridiculous clothing. He has long wavy dark brown hair, which is usually kept in a ponytail and out of his way in case of a battle, with a bang coming along the left side of his face. Sengoku was the only child of his family to be born with natural long hair other than his sisters. The beautiful hair flowed along the currents of the wind. He would constantly be teased by his elder brothers for having have like a girl. Sengoku ignored them by stating girls liked boy with long hair and one day they would thank him for his hair. Sengoku will even use his hair as a medium for picking up women, asking them questions about what they use on their own hair just so that he could start a conversation. They sometimes tend to pick up on the woman-like hairpins used to keep his ponytail together and tend to giggle. These are the hairpins of his younger sisters and he doesn't mind wearing them with his everyday attire.
As for Sengoku's general attire, he dresses like an Japanese-style swordsman — which he is. He wears a white kimono known as the juban which is used as an undershirt to his black long-sleeved keikogi. Over his juban lies the black weighted gi. He wears a black hakama for the pants which have silver strings on them like waistbands. Around his waist holding his entire outfit together is a silver obi that is tied in a perfect bow. His obi he purchased for 7,000 just because he said it shined in the sun and absorbed heat. For his he wears two-toed socks called tabi with waraji for his sandles. He wears a white haori over his outfit with the kanji "影" which means "shadow". The inner lining of his haori black signifying this haori is custom made. Over this haori is another kimono, but instead of like the previous one, it is like one a woman would wear. To top it off, Sengoku wears a straw hat on his head that has strings framing the sides of his face tying together at the end. Underneath his haori. resting on his hip are two katana otherwise known as; Ryōtenihana.
The well dressed lunatic has a fetish for kimono and will pay any amount of money for a kimono he likes. His closet back home is filled with more than two hundred kimono, and Kushina states that after each travel they make he picks up at least three or four more. It is fully unknown why he loves kimono so much, but more specifically, the ones for women. Kushina likes to think it is because it's the only item his mother left behind. The kimono she wore faithfully was dominantly pink, with a flowers in various different parts of the kimono. He wears this kimono on special occasions, and those around him would really hate for him to get it dirty. To prevent it from getting dirty, if a tense battle were to break out he would get Kushina to hold it for him.
During the wake of the war, Sengoku wore a special battle armor that protected his body from explosions etc. This armor consists of a steel torso plate that covers his entire chest and back. An oxygen tank bearing the appearance of a neck roll, which would protect him from any gasses or anything of the sorts. His helmet is also made from steel, and can be latched to the oxygen tank. The face potion of the helmet is completely covered by a blue tinted visor. He wears a belt that is home to many small compartments each holding something special. One holds land markers, another holds various tools for mass destruction, and the last one a personal fun sized first-aid kit. To say the least he is ready for any war, and has stated this will be his uniform during every one of them to come.
Sengoku is dominantly a determined being that will do anything to achieve his goal. No matter what stands in his way, he will do whatever it takes to get past it. Goals are what Sengoku lives his life by goals. Placing different goals for himself gives him a reason to live on. If he is unable to achieve a goal, he thinks of himself as scum. Goals to Sengoku are more than just mere achievements. They are like trophies, something that is apart of him which he can share with the world when he decides to turn the page over in his life. These goals are one thing, and one thing only; history. One of his few long terms goals is to free the pirate from it's stress. This is his ultimate goal, the one he states he isn't just doing for himself, but also for his entire family. Anyone who decides to step in his way while trying to achieve a goal will be immediately defeated without any questioning. He is the ideal leader for any group of soldiers no matter the circumstance.
While determined, Sengoku's greatest and most notable trait is his childlike and childish behavior. Sengoku on many occasions can be seen arguing with young children about who the greatest superheroes are in comic books attempting to be a know-it-all. When his long time friend, Kushina blew her nose he laughed out loud each time she blew into her tissue. He has even been caught sticking his tongue out at members of the Marines as they turned their backs. With how he acts one would never expect him to possess the level of authority he has right now. At one point he sent an anonymous letter to the World Government (not so anonymous anymore), stating that he would leak every secret the kept from the World is that hadn't wrote him a check for 10,000,000. The men that know of him think of his personality as immature and one should never let themselves get too free to the point that they act like he does. Sengoku doesn't care, simply telling them they should enjoy life, because the next day isn't promised to anyone. Sengoku is the worst at launching surprise attacks. During his battle with a Fishman he gave up his locations by shouting out, even though he was still able to land a successful blow. He possesses the ability to create a mastermind plan only to have his ways interfere with them. Sengoku is one of those people that uses honorifics a lot, even if someone has no significance to him at all.
There is something else this lunatic loves other than his family and sake, this is — women. He loves everything about women and consider them the most beautiful creatures to ever roam the earth. Easily falling victim to a way a woman walks, Sengoku can be seen drooling from the mouth as a woman passes by him. Sengoku believes that women were crafted with great time and value which is why they were made different from men. Their entire frame from the hips, to the breast, all the way to the rear, is unique depending on the woman. In fact he wouldn't even hesitate in attempting to touch them. Hanging around many hot springs to spy on women as the get naked, Sengoku has been considered a pervert on many occasions. When he and Kushina first met he was drenched in the blood of his family members and so was she. The young boy at the time reached for the breaks of Kushina and stated he felt like he had been fully healed and could get back on the battlefield at anytime. She then of course proceeded to beat him. Even at their current time of life Sengoku attempts to touch and spy on her, only to beat beaten badly. Kushina goes on to call Sengoku a "peeping tom".
Deep down inside Sengoku has a dark side that know one would ever hope to see. There has only been one instance this side of Sengoku has even been shown and that was during the Wangetsu war. Kushina described him as a true brainless demon who only sought out the blood of those he designated as the enemies. This persona change emerged when Kushina had been stabbed in the gut by one of the opposing forces. Sengoku doesn't even maintain his civil mindset and even though he won't attack his allies he will lash out at them allowing his overwhelming presence knock them out without any bit of care. The lunatic has told Kushina this was born from seeing the dead bodies of the his family lay in a pool of blood. At that very moment his heart grew cold and he had nearly become a cold-hearted killer. Instead he allowed his childish personality to outshine his killing intent, hiding and locking this side of him away forever. It seems however, that if someone close to him is in danger or is close to death a switch within his conscious flips on releasing his killer nature.
Born into a family of three sisters and four brothers, Sengoku is the youngest of these siblings. The eight children grew up in a two parent household and never had to beg for anything, as their parents would fulfill their every wish. As the youngest Sengoku would get teased a lot, and the fact he was the only son with long hair like his sisters caused him to be teased a lot. The island he and his family lived on was in the middle of two islands that belonged to two different pirate crews. Often times their land would get surprise visits from each of the pirate crew attempting to find the other slacking to get easy kills. Aware of this, Sengoku's father prepared his children for a time of battle and began to train them each and individually. It wasn't long before each of the children started training in a field they liked the most, Sengoku's chose the art of swordsmanship.
Sengoku's father discovered that he was a prodigy, evolving in his training faster than any of his other siblings. In just a few months Sengoku's father's prediction came true, and the two pirate crews waged war against each other with their home island as the battlefield. To protect their land his father stepped out of his home to join forces with the others of his island rebelling against both the pirate crews. The lone island pulled off a magnificent feat, as they alone were able to push back both the forces of the crews. Figuring the attack was over, everyone returned to their respective homes.
As they rested for the day, the lone island celebrated their victory. After the celebration everyone returned to their homes and that was when true terror would begin. Everyone would be waken up in the middle of their sleep to an explosion that shook the entire island. Each resident rushed to the center of the island and surely that was where everything had been occurring. The two pirate crews stood there but it wasn't how it look the first time they appeared. Rather than enemies they appeared as allies working together. Their chemistry was too good for them to be enemies. It was then everything came clear, they had joined forces to exact revenge.
Sengoku and other siblings were all instructed to stay home until their mother and father returned. Sengoku defied his father's instructions and set out to look for his parents while his other siblings remained at home. It wasn't long on his search before he had be intercepted by the enemies forces and forced to battle. His battle with the enemy last longer than he thought and after the fight rather than continuing to search for his parents. Dashing home without taking a single break what Sengoku would return to would scar him forever. The door to his home had been knocked off the hinges. Slowly entering his home there was blood drenched across all four walls of the house. As he walked into the central room of the house (the living room), there were eight bodies laying face down in the gigantic pool of blood.
Using every bit of his will power Sengoku did not waver. He looked at each body perfectly and he was able to determine who was who as the tears began to crawly down his face. It was odd for the eight body, but after wiping his tears the frame and shape was clearly that of his father. His mother was missing but Sengoku took a heartbreaking assumption that she was too, dead as her kimono sat flat on the table Staring at the bodies for a short moment he heard the faint coughs of his father. Turning his attention to his dad he quickly ran to his side. He began to speak, but more like that of a toddler. He couldn't formulate a full sentence he spoke with one word, a pause, and then another. "The...second..mountain...five...kilometers...from...the...center..is...a...pathway...a gift." His father's words suddenly came to an end, and Sengoku placed his hands over his eyes closing his eyelids putting him to rest. Turning to reach for the kimono on the table, Sengoku placed it on his body.
The very next morning Sengoku set out looking around the village for possible survivors. During his search he came across a girl who was just a few years older than he was. She looked lost and helpless and he extended his hand outwards to her. As she grabbed it, he brought his other hand out and reached for her bust clinching on to both the left and right. He gave her his name and instead of exchanging her own, she gave him a right hook straight to the eye. Getting through formal introductions the story shared their stories with each other and Kushina, the young girl, decided she would tag along with the pervert.
Next he set for the mountains in search of the location his father spoke of. Within just a few hours they had reached their destination. Counting the mountains from left to right, Sengoku stopped at the second and traveled exactly five kilometers to the right of its central point. There was a blockade of moss in the way brushing it aside there was a hallow path. He and Kushina entered it and began to walk down the cold pathway. As they reached the end of it, there was a casing that once opened revealed two identical katana as well as a note. The note read: "Hey, Sengoku! If you're reading this, then it's obvious my life has come to an end. This is the sacred treasure of Tai Island. Lands have fought for this blade and that was also the reason why the two islands surrounding ours have battle here for so many years. What they did not know, was that only one that is truly worthy can wield this blade. In your sleep I've forced you to grip the blade, it sounds weird yes I know, but you are the only one in twenty years that it has not rejected. Guess in the end I was just a forceful man after all. Take it, it's yours, Ryōtenihana the two blessings at once."
Taking Ryōtenihana as its rightful owner, Sengoku and Kushina fled the entire island as a whole. Finding home on a new island far far away, Sengoku shaped himself into a fine young swordsman with the guidance of Kushina as his aide. He crossed paths with many of the greats and his blade has even tasted a few of them. He — on his own — was able to defeat many pirate captains some even choosing to end their careers as a pirate, and others joining or allying under Sengoku's tutelage. It wasn't long before he had formed his own pirate crew; the Xros Pirates. Within just a few months the Xros Pirates were known widely throughout the pirate world. The World Government found themselves meeting to figure out how they would dispose of the crew.
The World Government wasn't the only group of enemies they had acquired. The Shinsengumi sought the head of Sengoku as well as all of his followers. For that, Yeager was sent to dispose of him and the Xros Pirates along with her division's members. Stumbling upon his ship Yeager and her men stormed and began to thrash at his ship luring him out where the two captains would stand face to face. Their battles was intense, and Sengoku stuck to his usual childish and perverted demeanor attempting to grab ahold of Yeager's body parts numerous of times. Once he had nearly grabbed her breast, but she instead positioned herself cutting him along the arm opening his kimono. Using that time to trade blows, Sengoku utilized the hilt of Ryōtenihana to break the left arm of Yeager. Such a handicap forced Yeager to pull out, leaving Sengoku the victor. Sengoku wrote a letter to the World Government telling them how there was not a single power they could throw at him that he and his comrades would not be able to take care of, even going as far as to spit on one of the members of the World Goverment then fleeing. Not only had the Shinsengumi wanted them taken down, but the entirety of the Shichibukai as well. To ensure Sengoku's death, the World Government sicked the Navy and the Cipher Pol on his pirate crew as well.
After hearing of how he'd been on the interest lists of all the World Government's organizations Sengoku relayed the information to the other members of his crew. Shortly after there was a celebration of him being reputed as one of the four great emperors — a Yonko, after claiming many areas of the great seas. It was then that Sengoku had went from just the most hated, to one of the four most powerful men in the world.
Tale of the Thousand-Man Slayer Edit
Here is the tale of the man who ascended to greatness. The entirety of Jaya was a battlefield but Mock Town had become a war zone between various pirate crews as each crew looked for a place to rest on the Grand Line. As more abs more crews anchored on the coast of the town turmoil began to grow as did the number of pirate crews. Within a few short months it became a land filled with warring pirates. Day and night the town would suffer from the bloodshed, sweat, end tears of pirates battling left and right. Traveling along the Grand Line was none other than The Creator himself; Sengoku. This to him having been recognized as one of the four pirate emperors, a Yonko. He had heard many times from various of his crew mates that Mock Town had become plagued with non-stop battling hungry pirates. A town that was once considered a resort to pirates, now a battleground for them. There was something that had to be done and Sengoku would not let this go ignored. "Set sail to Mock Town."
Upon stepping onto Mock Town, many homes were burnt down to the foundation. Families alike all hid in small alleys trying their best to stay out of the sight of pirates. For Sengoku, it was an extremely disgusting view. More importantly, just as he was told battles were going on consistently. Meeting with one of the more civilized residents of the town, Sengoku learned that the battling starting over the bounties of the pirates that would come there. Instead of simply showing off to one another pirates would attack and kill each so that they could claim those bounties and it had ultimately gotten out of hand. Sengoku had arrived, he and the only three members of the Xros Pirates. The terrain was war-torn and drenched in the disgusting atmosphere for shameless bloodshed.
Power and Abilities Edit
Sengoku is an extremely powerful individual evident by his legendary Yonko title, which are the four most notorious and formidable pirates in the world. With just his power alone, he rules the second half of the Grand Line, and if first throughout the first half. The legendary Yonko has been classified as one of the strongest pirates to ever roam the seven seas. It should be noted that prior to gaining the Yonko position, Sengoku was hailed as a God among the people in the Dangai kingdom. Sengoku's name holds weight, as when he appeared in Mock Town for the first time there was a man who thought the residents were referring to the late former Fleet Admiral, Sengoku the Buddha. The existing pirates there corrected the man, explaining that Sengoku was indeed a Yonko. It is unknown if he Sengoku was a Yonko or not at the time, but when Woodhead Danny crossed paths with Sengoku the latter was able to make Danny and his crew become members of the Xros Pirates with just a statement.
His strength is further expressed by being able to fight head to head against formidable foes such as; Fleet Admiral Kurama, a fellow Yonko Daddy L. Legs, and Sparrow D. Spade. When on the sea, the sight of his crew's Jolly Roger can cause nearby pirate ships to alter their directions to avoid even crossing paths. Sengoku actually felt that his grandfather had been disrespecting his position as a Yonko, by telling him to get aid from the Marines. The fact that Sengoku holds such a godly title comes to be questioned upon by those brainless pirates who state his crew isn't large enough. Sengoku is known to only have a single ship, which houses all of his commanders and pirates.
Overwhelming Strength: While not exactly training to refine his body, for Sengoku's large build he packs the strength back up his intimidation. This is probably due to his father placing him and his other siblings under that strict training system that would increase their strength to a considerable level. Sengoku far out shown his other siblings, proving stronger than them in the end despite being the youngest. Even though he isn't a martial artist the sheer force behind his punches would most like rip through the earth at which he stood on. With a simple hay maker he was able to shatter the cannon of one of his enemies ships. This was only after he caught one of the cannons that had already been shot with his bare hands. By simple punching the air alone he is able to create a powerful wind current strong enough to push his opponents back with little to no problem and change the flow of the sea around him.
Supernatural Speed: Speed is Sengoku's primary combination method for fighting. Even when he was young and training in the walls of the manor. Upon learning from his personal teacher the man was surprised at the his speeds. Sengoku can cover gaps between himself and an opponent with relative ease. Kushina describes his movement of his speed as "irregular". With his great speed, comes great reflexes. His reaction time has explains to be on time. Rather than thinking about what needs to be done, he allows his body to react on its own. After returning from his training with Kushina, his speed is nothing but a blur. Kushina worked on enhancing Sengoku's agility, to the level where Sengoku actual appears as a blur when moving. Sengoku can easily be named the fastest soul. After completely returning from his training with Kushina, Sengoku was at a point where he was able to erase his presence, making him nearly impossible to trace. Taking off at unimaginable speeds to quickly deliver a fatal blow, before his target knew what hit them. Sengoku is able to move so fast that it appears as if he's teleporting when in reality is it just extremely fast movement.
Overwhelming Stamina & Durability: A man with a large ripped muscular build would be expected to take many hits. For this Sengoku demonstrates a ridiculous level of durability. A durable body is actually one of the highest requirements of the one attempting to master the Ryōtenihana. From what is know she drains a considerable amount of stamina. He is able to take direct strikes from the greatest of martial artists without even budging. Sengoku is known as one of the most difficult beings in the world to injure — standing on par with Whitbeard — being injured only twice in his life. This level of durability is born from the overwhelming physical energy flowing within his body. Most would confuse this with the invisible armor produced by Haki, but this is in fact his own body's power (of course he does use this haki only to take his durability to new levels). The lunatic's level of stamina is also in a league of its own. There is a tale that floats around the sea that Sengoku battle for four days and three nights straight without taking a single break. This was prior to the formation of the Xros Pirates.
High-level Adaptation & Intellect: Sengoku possesses an ability that allows him to adapt to any opponent that he faces off against. After seeing a technique or method of an opponent, in the next few moments he has literally already developed a way to not only counter, but make said technique useless against him. Even at a young age while facing off against men that had years of battle experience, Sengoku had been able to adapt to their style of fighting and overpower them in a way they didn't believe he could. He's able to think quick on his feet even when it seems like his enemy has placed him in a position where there is absolutely no time to think. There was one instance were he had been caught in a close range combat and there was no way out. He stabbed his leg with Ryōtenihana in order to block his opponents attack. Sengoku is also known for playing mind games with his opponents using what he calls "reverse-reverse psychology". Reverse psychology is a method of persuasion by which a person is persuaded by asking them to do the opposite. Reverse-reverse psychology is the art of forcing the someone into overthinking a situation making them hesitate on what they should and shouldn't do. Reverse psychology would be Sengoku suggesting that his opponent(s) should flee from the battle because they had no power at all to take him. Reverse-reverse psychology would be Sengoku asking why they were still there when they (opponent) could easily go somewhere else and easily win. This grants Sengoku the overall ability to manipulate his opponent as he sees fit.
No matter what you are; human, dog, cat, frog, or plant — if you have life, you contain the mysterious power that is Haki. Haki can sometimes classified
Kenbunshoku: is the Haki that allows the user to sense the presence of others without them being physically in view. Even if the user is being blinded through some kind of extravagant means, by using Kenbunshoku they can still fight by sensing the target's presence. Even those that try to conceal themselves aren't safe from this technique as one's presence is not something that can be altered or changed. Sengoku likes to call this type of Haki a special energetic magic that depending on the user is stronger and more effective. The greater one is with the Kenbunshoku the clearer things become to them. Sengoku has studied the presence of everyone he has traded blows with but more specifically the people that have placed scars on his body. Sengoku is one of those special people that can predict an opponent's movements through this Haki allowing him to be one step ahead of his enemy and stopping them before they are able to finish an action. The more powerful the intention of enemy to kill is, the easier it is for Sengoku to predict their movements. Using this type of Haki, Sengoku is able to detect the condition of a blade and in a sense communicate with it. He's able to figure out it's feelings as well as it's suffering and/or if it is being used correctly. It can even be used to tell if an opponent is strong enough to stand toe to toe with him. He is a strong believer that this Haki is more of a curse rather than actual help.
Busoshoku Haki: A type of Haki that allows one to create an invisible set of armor around themselves. The power and durability of Busoshoku varies on the one using it, and to say the least, Sengoku's invisible armor is extremely durable. Sengoku took the hit from Yeager because he allowed it to happen, not because she was strong enough to land a blow. This Haki also increases the physical strength of those using it, and Sengoku has estimated it is increased by 22%. Sengoku's Busoshoku is on a level of its own. By exerting it outwards, he's able to create an invisible force field that can shield him from very powerful Rokushiki techniques as well as enhanced punches. While utilizing the force field variation he is unable to cover his body in the armor, as it is being used to create the shield. He tends to cover his main ship in the force field protecting it from cannon balls.
To achieve a mightier defense, Sengoku hardens a specific portion of his body,causing it to turn black, so that he can increase his defenses even further. Unlike the invisible armor that acts a higher rate version of chain mail, when this invisible haki turns black, his defense is possibly near absolute. His level of mastery and usage are far beyond imagination, being able to create barriers and other defenses that are not directly in contact with his body. This is done by simply giving his overwhelming will an armor for itself. While the exact
Haoshoku Haki: The rarest and possibly the most powerful of the three Haki forms, Haoshoku is only presented to those with the qualities of a king. Quite literally, Sengoku was one of the few beings to be chosen by heaven itself. In the past, Haoshoku Haki has shown to itself to appear in those who high ranking positions in the world such as; Kurama, Silvers Rayleigh, and Edward Negate. With Sengoku standing as a Yonko, it made all the more sense. By forcefully exerting his willpower into the surrounding area and onto nearby beings, he is able to knock those with a will power weaker than his own unconscious. Sengoku hadn't unlocked his ability to utilize Haoshoku Haki way back when he was a child. It happened during the war all those years ago when he returned to his home where he'd found his entire family lying face down in their own puddles of blood. With four figures standing over the dead bodies, the four men fulled with nothing but laughter. Without notice, Sengoku lashed out releasing an powerful will, knocking the men completely unconscious. Sengoku's use of Haoshoku Haki is extremely precise, being able to knock out a single individual among an entire crown of people. When he saw Autumn for the first time since she'd become a Marine, he specifically knocked her out, while allowing the other low-ranking officers to watch as she dropped helplessly. Those that he deem unworthy are bound to fall to the powers of his King-like spirit, as he refuses to battle them in any way, shape, or form. Sengoku compares the use of Haoshoku Haki, to a battle of physical strength. That that can not withstand a will stronger than their own, are most likely to fall to that will. While using Haoshoku Haki is the ultimate punishment to weak opponents, Sengoku goes through a few trials and errors before actually utilizing his gift. Because of this he has developed a few techniques which are solely based on the functionality of the Haoshoku Haki.
- Presence (気配 (けはい), Kehai, literally meaning "Indication"):
- "I am the bone of my sword, steel is my body, and fire is my blood. I have defeated over a thousand blades, I am unknown to death and yet I am somehow still unknown to life."
- (To Kushina) "Kushina-chan, you are extremely beautiful. Don't let anyone else tell you different."
- (To Altanae Issac) "Oh he is, is he? Hopefully he doesn't get his eyes guaged out! Or maybe even get eaten by a shark... Haha, I guess I'll hopefully meet him there."
- (To Sengoku D. Autumn) "I chose this path, because to me this was right. You chose the life of a marine because you feel as though that path is right. Do not go on trying to beat what you "believe" is right in your brother."
- Sengoku is the counter-part of "Seigetsu Uchiha" a character of the author over at the Naruto Fanon.