This technique condenses the soil and rock in the area to sprout out in the form of four large spikes which attack the target from four separate directions in an attempt to skewer the opponent making it harder to evade.

Trivia

  • The last two kanji of this technique's name, when pronounced differently, mean "stalagmite" (石筍, sekijun).

See Also

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Short +  and Mid +
土遁・土石筍 +
土遁・土石筍 +  and Doton: Dosekidake +
Doton: Dosekidake +