Draft: Specializations

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Specialization courses provide additional training to ninja. Many of the courses involve classroom time and a series of tests - knowledge, non-jutsu practicals, and jutsu practicals. Higher ranked ninja have access to all lower level courses provided they meet any requirements. In general there are four levels of certification per specialization - Introductory, Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced - though most specializations don't have an Introductory level. Difficulty increases markedly for the tests between different levels, and a higher level course is not available without clearing the previous level(s) or getting a waiver.

There is no limit on specializations one can take, but achieving full mastery would be time consuming and thus provides a practical limit. Also, shadow clones are not allowed to attend courses (or do the tests).

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