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With this technique, the user can bring up on the surface something that is deep underground. The targets are launched in air with great strength and speed, the result of which has the appearance and nearly size of an erupting volcano. It can force a large number of [[White Zetsu Army|soldiers]] hidden underground to resurface all at once. The technique has only been performed by two users together. In the anime, a single user can perform a smaller scaled version which bring forth multiple earth pillars.<ref name="ship325">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 325</ref>
 
With this technique, the user can bring up on the surface something that is deep underground. The targets are launched in air with great strength and speed, the result of which has the appearance and nearly size of an erupting volcano. It can force a large number of [[White Zetsu Army|soldiers]] hidden underground to resurface all at once. The technique has only been performed by two users together. In the anime, a single user can perform a smaller scaled version which bring forth multiple earth pillars.<ref name="ship325">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 325</ref>
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[[es:Elemento Tierra: Excavación de Tierra Creciente]]
 
[[es:Elemento Tierra: Excavación de Tierra Creciente]]

Revision as of 13:03, August 15, 2013

With this technique, the user can bring up on the surface something that is deep underground. The targets are launched in air with great strength and speed, the result of which has the appearance and nearly size of an erupting volcano. It can force a large number of soldiers hidden underground to resurface all at once. The technique has only been performed by two users together. In the anime, a single user can perform a smaller scaled version which bring forth multiple earth pillars.[1]

References

  1. Naruto: Shippūden episode 325
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