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Using this technique, Gaara can cover himself in a compacted layer of [[Sand (tool)|sand]], providing an additional defence should his [[Shield of Sand]] fail. Though quite effective, maintaining the armour requires a large amount of [[chakra]] and stamina. Furthermore, it is nowhere as resilient as the Shield of Sand, since it easily breaks away upon impact, meaning that the sole purpose of the armour is to absorb impact channelled unto Gaara's body during battle. Another weakness is the additional weight of the sand means a decrease of speed and mobility.
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Using the special [[Sand (tool)]] in his gourd, Gaara can cover himself in a compacted layer of [[Sand (tool)|sand]], providing an additional defence should his [[Shield of Sand]] fail. Though quite effective, maintaining the armour requires a large amount of [[chakra]] and stamina. Furthermore, it is nowhere as resilient as the Shield of Sand, since it easily breaks away upon impact, meaning that the sole purpose of the armour is to absorb impact channelled unto Gaara's body during battle. Another weakness is the additional weight of the sand means a decrease of speed and mobility.
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 01:52, August 26, 2011

Using the special Sand (tool) in his gourd, Gaara can cover himself in a compacted layer of sand, providing an additional defence should his Shield of Sand fail. Though quite effective, maintaining the armour requires a large amount of chakra and stamina. Furthermore, it is nowhere as resilient as the Shield of Sand, since it easily breaks away upon impact, meaning that the sole purpose of the armour is to absorb impact channelled unto Gaara's body during battle. Another weakness is the additional weight of the sand means a decrease of speed and mobility.

See Also

References

  1. First Databook, page 203
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