Physical Description: At first glance the child seems like more of a squabbling husk than an actual person, some would respond to his physique as something out of a spooky comic book or a horror film. His skin pale and near blemishless cling to his bones like they are vacuumed sealed, outlining his very sharp and angular features from his head to his toes. The second thing you would notice is his hair, as dark as night, parted, hanging loosely nearing his jawline and shoulders. If one was to make eye contact with the boy they would stare into his void like eyes, similar to what a cat's eyes are like when they are about to pounce. Sure the boy seems like it's a miracle he's walking on two feet, but some can't help but wonder about the odd eratic movements he makes that seem to keep him upright.
Mental Description: Despite Manzo's clearly odd appearance, the young man has an incredibly uplifting demeanor about him. He is cheerful, friendly and most of all respectful. Although the young man has had difficulties in his life it never changed his outlook on the world around him, all that wonder and excitement allows him to enjoy almost every moment. When it comes to his likeness to being social, he finds himself the greeter more than the greeted, jumping at every chance to introduce himself which follows over his capability to grab every opportunity for a new adventure with both hands.
Now even though Manzo's heart might be in the right place, to some he comes across off as loud, brash and somewhat ill-witted which obviously leaves an annoying taste in some of the more melancholic.
History: The earliest memory Manzo could acquire was his time in the infirmary, born to a family that was ill equipped to take care of the child. You see, this child was born very weak through what the medical staff had called an irresponsible pregnancy leading the malnourishment of the child. So, Manzo, began his his days clinging to life inside the walls of Konoha's hospitals until they had made a breakthrough in his recovery. We skip past Manzo's infancy into childhood, now sitting upon a chair in complete darkness only to watch as a light appear. It's a birthday cake! The young Manzo is now surrounded by other young boys and girls around his age, however, the poor boy still is seen with an IV drip in the dim light connected to his right arm.
Manzo's childhood was as close to normal as a person who had been dealt such a bad hand, could be. He would spend limited amounts of time outside playing with the other children, finding it difficult to succeed in physical activities, however, finding his studies as easy as anyone else of his age. It wasn't long before Manzo and his adoptive brothers and sisters to take notice of the Shinobi and not long after for them to play and imagine themselves as the silent guardians, defenders of the village.
As Manzo got older he begun to notice more of his shortfalls as his friends and siblings begun becoming more involved in their athletics and training, he begun a downward spiral into loss, believing that he would be unable through trial, be able to do the things other children of his age could do. However, all on his own and through his willpower he was able to catch himself and begun believing with hard work and perserverence he would be able to achieve anything.
And so that's what the young man did, for years, he trained and excersized, learning the basics of entry to that of a Shinobi. Although it had taken a few more years than most, he was able to set himself on the path to becoming a protector of the village and overcome any trial placed infront of him!
Bloodline/Core ability: (( Kaguya -- I would like his Bloodline to awaken later, through a threaded storyline. ))