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A simple technique whereby when the user clasps their hands together, wind is compressed and transformed into a powerful gale. This technique, when used as an isolated attack, has the power to easily knock over a human. Though the true value comes from using it together with projectile weapons like [[shuriken]] or [[kunai]]. Their speed, power, and ability to wound or even kill are all increased several times.
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A simple technique whereby when the user clasps their hands together, wind is compressed and transformed into a powerful gale. This technique, when used as an isolated attack, has the power to easily knock over a human. Though the true value comes from using it together with projectile weapons like [[shuriken]] or [[kunai]]. Their speed, power, and ability to wound or even kill are all increased several times. In the anime, this technique is shown also able to increase the speed of the user themselves.<ref>''Boruto'' episode 28</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 15:43, October 12, 2017

A simple technique whereby when the user clasps their hands together, wind is compressed and transformed into a powerful gale. This technique, when used as an isolated attack, has the power to easily knock over a human. Though the true value comes from using it together with projectile weapons like shuriken or kunai. Their speed, power, and ability to wound or even kill are all increased several times. In the anime, this technique is shown also able to increase the speed of the user themselves.[2]

References

  1. Third Databook, page 300
  2. Boruto episode 28
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