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Which is your favorite personal clan of mine? (One is unfinished, but you'll get the gist of it XD) 

7 deviants said Higashiyama Clan (Sludge Release Clan, Higashiyama Clan
The Higashiyama Clan (東山一族, Higashiyama Ichizoku) is a clan that originated from Kirigakure. Most people born into the clan possess a Kekkei Genkai, which is known as Sludge Release. This form of jutsu combines water and earth based chakras to create a sludge-like substance. The clan members are easily identified by their heavy-lidded, bright colored eyes and scar tattoos.  
The Higashiyama Clan’s origins began in the mountainous lands on Kirigakure, which their habitants can be traced back long before the original founding.  The clan was able to live a peaceful life during the beginning years of the village's founding, and the other inhabitants respected the clan. However, this peaceful life style was short lived.  Higashiyamas had unique abilities that could not be performed by anyone outside of the clan, and the existence of their genetic abilities caused tension between the villagers and the clan.
The First Shinobi
4 deviants said Odori Clan (Capoeira Clan, incomplete, Odori Clan -INCOMPLETE-The Odori Clan ( 踊り 一族, Odori Ichizoku) are clan of street performers located in the lands of Kumogakure, but are known to travel frequently for their performances. Some of their acts include dancing, acrobatics, juggling, sword-swallowing, music, and fire performances. Odoris are considered the founders of nintaijutsu and have passed on this technique to villagers of Kumogakure.
   Long ago, before the formation of the Great 5 Nations,  
    More records of of the Odori clan date back date back during the Warring States Period,. The clan were a group shinobi that made a living through street performing; they had a unique style of dance and acrobatics which they combined with ninjutsu, making their shows stand out from other entertainers during the time. While most countries from the Warring States Period hired clans to fight to expand their
2 deviants said Kihaku Clan (Shinto Sage Mode Clan, Kihaku Clan
The Kihaku Clan (気迫 一族, Kihaku Ichizoku) are a group of priests and priestesses that reside in the Land of Rice Fields which is now known as Otogakure. The clan was averaged-sized in their prime but shrunk down considerably due to the Kihaku Shrine Massacre, which was held before Otogakure was established. Many of the few who survived sought refuge in Orochimaru once he established Otogakure in hopes to rebuild their clan, but in return became test subjects in his experiments.
The clan owned a family shrine, The Kihaku Shrine, which was made during the begins of the Land of Rice Fields to attract kami to promote good harvests in the village. Long ago the Kihaku family was thought to be shamans because they were committed to perform sacred dances to rid of evil spirits and seemed to have other influences in the world of spirits. As a result, they were told to become "keepers of the shrine" and so t
1 deviant said Tategami Clan (Pre-gen Samurai Cat Clan, Tategami Clan-Clan Symbol Coming Soon-
The Tategami Clan (鬣 一族, Tategami Ichizoku) was a relatively small clan that flourished when samurai were favored over ninja. Tategami clansmen were reputed as one of the most talented samurai produced in the Land of Iron. The clan was also known for their cat-like features and is now considered extinct; the last recording of members living during the time frame of the First Shinobi War
According to legends of the creation of the Tategami Clan, it all started with a geisha woman of the name of Bakeneko, who was tired of living a life as an entertainer, and searched for anything that would lead her to a more fulfilling life. Bakeneko was known for her beautiful cat-like features and her musical talent, and once she started getting bored of her life as a geisha, sang sad songs as a result. Most men were not found her sad music and Bakeneko lost a majority of her past customer

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