This had been the information laced within the packet that she had received from Hua Li. It provided a location, along with some general instructions on the next portion of the exams. The contents of the packet had all been scanned over once Chigetsu returned to her apartment with Rini, although the information inside had been relatively straightforward. It was a test of survival skills apparently, and Chigetsu had been assigned to Gate E to meet with another Genin who had been assigned the same letter. Beyond that there were a series of several rules. No survival gear, such as provisions, camping supplies, shelter, or etc. No scavenging fallen opponents. No killing in cold blood. Those were the base rules, and then there were the objectives given. They would be given a ‘relic’ when the exams started and would be sent into the forests to either find another relic or steal one from another team. With the entire exam taking five days, it seemed to be a test revolving around survival skills, the ability to work in teams, the ability to engage in combat in wilderness areas, and maybe more.
At the same time, it seemed too straight forward. The last section of the exams that Chigetsu had just went through were the complete opposite of straight forward. The genjutsu that disguised the room, the fuuinjutsu that scrambled written text in a code, and then the mind games that were played between the students… Chigetsu sort of wanted to erase the memories she had in that room of crying and lashing out, considering how embarrassing it had been. She had said some pretty strong things then… It had been unlike her. Thinking back to her saying how she was going to win while in tears. The frustration of being told twice in a row she was going to fail in that room was enough to make her nearly break down, and that gave her a lot of shakey, fight or flight energy, but now after the fact it just left her feeling anxious all over again. The pressure that she had felt in the beginning seemed to be over doubled now, especially as she came to realize exactly what this all meant to her.
These were the sorts of things that Chigetsu thought of while waiting at Gate E. There was a slight drizzle overhead, and the water beating down against her head was relaxing. Something about being out in the rain just felt incredibly pleasant, and it made thinking about tough and heated topics like this easier.