The user does a powerful spin, generating the momentum needed to slash at any opponents behind them. The user can also utilise this spinning motion to trick an enemy that's in front of them. The enemy is fooled into thinking the user will attack them, but instead the user attacks the targets behind the user.


  • When written as 裏切り, uragiri means "treachery" or "betrayal".


  1. Fourth Databook, page 317
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