You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reasons: The action you have requested is limited to users in one of the groups: Users, FANDOM Staff, FANDOM Helpers, Wiki Managers, Content Team Members. Please log in to edit this wiki.Joining Narutopedia is free, and it only takes a minute.We hope that you sign in, and become a member of the community!Click here to log in or create an account References: Image: Kanji & Kana: Unnamed Rōmaji: Literal english: English tv: Viz manga: Game names: Other names: Parent jutsu: Related jutsu: These are jutsus that are not developed from or developed into this jutsu. Rank: All ranks come from the author of the series in the official databooks. EDCBAS Classification: Nature Transformation(s): Type: Offensive Defensive Supplementary Range: Short Mid Long (Short, 0-5m; Mid, 5-10m; Long, 10m+) Users: Team: Hand signs Debut (manga; chapter #): Boruto Debut (anime; episode #): Shippūden Boruto Debut Novel: Debut Game: Debut Movie: Anime OVA In Media: Anime Manga Novel Game Movie Movie canon Article Text The '''Eight Trigrams Sixteen Palms''' is a manoeuvre of the [[Gentle Fist]] fighting style. It is essentially a halved version of the already halved [[Eight Trigrams Thirty-Two Palms]]. This technique is used to close off the flow of chakra through sixteen [[chakra points]] of an opponent's [[chakra pathway system]]. This eliminates their ability to use [[chakra]] for quite some time and renders them unconscious. It also appears to cause internal damage, as Mukai's target was spitting up blood. Once someone is within range of his field of divination, Mukai assumes his Gentle Fist stance and begins to deliver his attack: * First, two consecutive strikes to make two. * Second, another two consecutive strikes to make four. * Third, four consecutive strikes to make eight. * Fourth, eight consecutive strikes making a total of sixteen. Summary: Minor edit Follow this page Cancel Retrieved from "https://naruto.fandom.com/wiki/Eight_Trigrams_Sixteen_Palms" Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.