Shin Uchiha (5e Creature)
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Medium humanoid (Human), lawful evil
Chakra. Shin has 25 chakra points which he can expend. All chakra points are regained at the end of a long rest.
Chakra Sense. Shin can sense chakra and magical effects within 30 feet of him.
Foresight. Shin has advantage on Dexterity and Wisdom saving throws.
Multiattack. Shin can make 1 unarmed strike and 1 Mangekyou Telekinesis attack.
Unarmed Strike. Melee Weapon Attack: +9 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 10 (2d4 + 5) magical bludgeoning or slashing damage.
Genjutsu (5-12 Chakra). One creature within 40 feet that is not blind must succeed a DC 17 Wisdom saving throw. On a failure, they are effected by one of the following:
Shuriken (0-3 Chakra). Ranged Weapon Attack: +9 to hit, range 20/60 ft., one target. Hit: 6 (1d3 + 5) slashing damage. Shin may make 1 additional attack for every additional chakra point spent.
Mangekyou Telekinesis (10 Chakra). Shin may choose any amount of objects that total no more than 100 pounds within 100 feet for 1 minute. During this duration, he may move them up to 30 feet so long as they are within 100 feet, and as an action or bonus action, you may make a thrown attack using up to two objects.
Time-Space Ninjutsu (10 Chakra). Shin uses his sharingan to form a portal. At the end of his next turn if he does not lose concentration, he and any creatures within 5 feet of him are instantly teleported to one location of his choice within 3 miles.
One of Orochimaru's test subjects in the Hidden Sound Village, Shin Uchiha is not actually an Uchiha. Instead, his biology allows him to be 100% compatible with any creature. As such, dozens, if not hundreds, of clones were created. Before that, however, Orochimaru had an experiment. He implanted dozens of sharingan across his body. This resulted in each clone being born with the same sharingan as he had, though theirs were solely restricted to their eyes. As part of a certain trade deal, Orochimaru gifted Danzo Shimura one of Shin's arms. After Orochimaru and Itachi Uchiha's respective deaths, he developed an obsession with killing Sasuke Uchiha, and the desire to bring survival of the fittest to post-war society.