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After establishing direct contact with their opponent through a simple punch, the user utilises [[Explosion Release]] to subsequently generate an enormous explosion from the initial point of physical contact. This explosion is powerful enough to completely obliterate an opponent far larger than the user.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 522, page 12-13</ref> Due to the directionality of the blast, the user minimises any potential repercussions, such as being struck by resultant debris and even recoil appears to be completely negated. In the anime the user could also create smaller explosions to repel incoming kunais and blast them back to their throwers.<ref>''Naruto: Shippuden'' episode 285</ref>
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After establishing direct contact with their opponent through a simple punch, the user utilises [[Explosion Release]] to subsequently generate an enormous explosion from the initial point of physical contact. This explosion is powerful enough to completely obliterate an opponent far larger than the user.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 522, page 12-13</ref> Due to the directionality of the blast, the user minimises any potential repercussions, such as being struck by resultant debris and even recoil appears to be completely negated. In the anime the user could also create smaller explosions to repel incoming kunai and blast them back to their throwers.<ref>''Naruto: Shippuden'' episode 285</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 18:46, October 25, 2012

After establishing direct contact with their opponent through a simple punch, the user utilises Explosion Release to subsequently generate an enormous explosion from the initial point of physical contact. This explosion is powerful enough to completely obliterate an opponent far larger than the user.[1] Due to the directionality of the blast, the user minimises any potential repercussions, such as being struck by resultant debris and even recoil appears to be completely negated. In the anime the user could also create smaller explosions to repel incoming kunai and blast them back to their throwers.[2]

References

  1. Naruto chapter 522, page 12-13
  2. Naruto: Shippuden episode 285
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