Land of Water

—Water Country— (水の国, "Mizu no Kuni", Lit: "Land of Water") The Land of Water (水の国, Mizu no Kuni) also known as the "Land of Mist" (霧の国, Kiri no Kuni) or the Water Empire (水の帝国, Mizu no Teikoku"). It is composed of many islands, with each having its own unique traditions. The country's weather is typically cool and the islands are usually covered by mist. The islands themselves also feature many lakes. Kirigakure (霧隠れの里, Kirigakure no Sato, Literally meaning: Village Hidden by Mist) is the hidden village of the Water Country. This country is located on the Shinobi continent.

Nadeshiko Sector


A mainland territory—known for its ambiance and relatively peaceful surroundings which are made up of mostly water bodies as well as trees. The trees are notable of different sizes making them very indigenous to the Land. The sector is location is ideal as it stands within the center of the mainland. The region itself is also known as the Daimyo Sector as it stands as the location in which the castle of the Water Emperor. This in fact makes the region one of the hardest regions to even breach as it bolsters unman machineries as well as troops. The region is sometime known for its constant change of climate as the Yuki Clan are presumed to effect the change of climate. The productivity of this specific sector is not as Omizu Sector, however, there are a lot of hidden factories within the region. Although many may be unaware, but the very region is where the barrier crops itself are established due to the location of this sector— which makes it easier for them to oversee the sectors in their entirety. Though this territory has vast amount of landmass and landscape not just anyone can occupy the region without the permission of the Daimyo himself.

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Omizu Sector

(大水, "Flood")


A sector which is perceived as Industrial sector by the Land of Water. The industry itself is notable found to the southern section of the mainland territory. The sector has brought a lot of prosperity to the land. With collective amount of income coming from this sector, as the industry continuously grows. The land itself host many factories near to the water yet inland there is mostly farms and crops. This humongous land space provides the country the ability to reap income profits of nearly fifty(50%) percent. The rather tropical climate is perhaps one very odd for a region of the Land of Water, yet it is one of things which makes the products produce so rapidly over a short space of time. The settlement of people within this location are majority the members of Terumi clan. The Terumi clan are the overseers of the region as like each one of the regions within the Land of Water are home to either one or two of the most prominent Shinobi Clans of the Land of Water. The Terumi clan takes pride in this region which has some of the largest mountains flanking them to the northern side. These mountains were said to be dormant volcanoes which were originally the home to many of the Terumi clan members.

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Kaisō Sector

(海藻, "Seaweed")


Primarily perceived as the region which houses shinobi of the Hidden Mist Village — largely seen as the metropolitan area of the Land of Water. A region which is the furthest West to the Daimyo’s Region. The sector boasts most businesses and is always busy. It is relatively known as the sector which never sleeps — as there is always people loitering the streets of this sector. Known for its high rising buildings such as Skyscrapers and towers, the regions growth is subsequently measured by the change of time. The Technological Era as brought on a relatively fast change within the region. There is no surprise that when people mention the Land of Water the first thing that comes to mind is “The Village Hidden within Mist”. As for years the ancestries played an important role in the Hidden Mist village having a fear factor amongst all the Five Great Nations even though it’s the smallest. Economically this sector sees various marketplaces as well transportation systems which carry you across the Land of Water such as Railways and Train station. This region is also known as the Mizukage Sector — mainly because the Mizukage is seen as the leader of this specific sector.

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Kinnomizu Sector

(金の水, "Gold Water")


A segmentation of small islands clusters known as Isles, each small island having a representative which answers to the Daimyo. The islands themselves are unique in their own ways, giving various resources to the growth of Land of Water. Originally one of three great clans that fought over the island cluster, the Yutaka were the only one to emerge from the Warring Clans Era fully intact. Masters of coin and commerce, the Yutaka put little above the acquisition of wealth. Venerating wealth, the three most sacred sites to the clan are the mountains from which they made their wealth; They owe most of their wealth to the lucrative silk trade which originated on their home island. The Yutaka's network of trade partners outside of the Water Empire is rivaled only by that of the Nadeshiko, something which has sparked trade wars in the past. Regardless, the two clans currently enjoy strong economic and diplomatic ties. Politically, they are aligned most closely with Kirigakure and the Nadeshiko, wanting to expand economic and diplomatic relations with the outside world. Aside from the Ketsueki, they are the only ones with a private naval force which is now controlled by the Daimyo himself.

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Sangoshō Sector

(サンゴ礁, "Coral Reef")


A unerground water sector which is perceived to be overseen by both the Hozuki Clan and the Hoshigaki clan as it keeps both houses hydrated and environmentally meets their biological needs. One of the most alluring of all the sectors, this aquatic mainland is home to a diverse group of mammals that pose no threat to residents of Land of Water. Before entering this district, those who do not have the ability to endlessly breath under water are given artificial gills a device that allows one to naturally breath and interact as if they were on dryland. What’s special about this land, is that it has a healing factor and those who are injured and enters this section are instantly healed as damage was never casted upon them. Within the aquatic sector, there are thousands of large temples constructed of stone. Mysteriously when entering the inside any place of residency it is completely water free replicating the effects of dryland. This sector is highly popularized and is usually a tourist attraction, which helps finances this sector. It is to be noted, that sector is assigned to shinobi of Kirigakure to help increase their fighting styles and swimming underwater to gain an advantage against opponents from neighboring nations.

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Iruka Sector

(海豚, "Dolphin")


This sector is highly technologized and is the workplace for the most brilliant minds to reside in the Land of Water. Composed of different universities that vary in study from genetics, advance technology, orbital mechanics, and weaponry and naval advancements all help to secure the safety of Land of Water residents, while also educating themselves on foreign genetics and weaponry. Overhsadowing the hundreds of thousands of scientist are humongous skyscrapers that have state of the art security and technological advances never seen before. Located within this Weapons Research & Development Facility, is a forge that has produced weapons for Kirigakure Shinobi since the times of the First Mizukage. It was the central point around which the Military district was originally constructed before its integration into the Central District. Any shinobi seeking weapons are free to come and place orders. Extending all the way to the river, recent expansions have allowed for the installation of dry-docks to help in the construction of warships in the village as opposed of having them made elsewhere in the Land of Water. When shinobi or residents are injured or killed, their body is sent to this section for medical treatment or examination. A lot soldiers are sent here to this sector practice the new weaponry.

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Chinomizu Sector

(血の水, "Blood Water")


A mountainous hot spring remote from the other sectors, that is described as de-industrialized. There is nothing extravagant about this sector as houses are built of only of wood. Bloody hot water is seen naturally flowing through the rocky land and is rich with minerals such as iron. Because of the water's temperature and because of the valley's geography, foul-smelling steam is always thick in the valley. This make it quite inhospitable to life, with no native animals and only minimal plant life. Inhabited by the Chinoike Clan, the Ketsueki Clan, and Jashin worshippers, this sector has an ominous and sinister vibe. Daily sacrifices and worship ceremonies here participated by each resident of this section. It is mandated that visitors must participated in this rituals or will be cursed for the duration of their life.

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Uni Sector

(海胆, "Sea Urchin")


This lower class residential district is inhabited by the working class. Funded by 12th Mizukage Isamu Chinoike, this sector went through mass construction to modernize and becoming a friendly and more inviting district. Filled with many shops and restaurants, it is noted that this sector has the best food and hangout spots. Everyone here is a generous and friendly reception to them, immersing everyone who visits with a warmth spirit. Every Saturday there appears to be a festival dedicated to the returnal of both of their beloved Mizukage and their esteemed Daimyo, Mizuchi Ashida. There is an absolute no fighting law mandated in this sector. If this law is broken, you will be fined or imprisoned depending on the severity of injuries and environmental damage.

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Land of Water (水の国, "Mizu no Kuni", Lit: "Land of Water")

—Water Country—
(水の国, "Mizu no Kuni", Lit: "Land of Water")

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The Land of Water (水の国, Mizu no Kuni) also known as the "Land of Mist" (霧の国, Kiri no Kuni) or the Water Empire (水の帝国, Mizu no Teikoku"). It is composed of many islands, with each having its own unique traditions. The country's weather is typically cool and the islands are usually covered by mist. The islands themselves also feature many lakes. Kirigakure (霧隠れの里, Kirigakure no Sato, Literally meaning: Village Hidden by Mist) is the hidden village of the Water Country. This country is located on the Shinobi continent.​
 
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