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Jutsu NameEdit

Dance of the Willow

Rank and ReasoningEdit

Rank: B

This jutsu requires a small amount of chakra

Jutsu Hand SealsEdit

None

Jutsu InformationEdit

To perform this dance, the user grows several long bone blades from their body for use as weapons. There isn't any set form for the Willow Dance. Just like a willow that is shaken by the wind, the opponents attacks are simply parried and countered. Uncharacteristic of a willow, the hardened bones puncture and damage the opponents body. Though they primarily uses two blades grown from the palms of their hands, they also uses several secondary bones grown from their elbows, knees, and shoulders. This dance form is incredibly acrobatic, using spins, charges, and long sweeping slashes to make the strikes more effective and to evade opponents' counter strikes. the user can also extend their bones to attack his opponents without having to adjust their own movement.

Specific Users:Edit

  • This jutsu is a Clan Jutsu
  • This jutsu is not a Nature Release
  • This jutsu is open for wielders of the 'Dead Bone Pulse' ability.

Jutsu CostEdit

  • This jutsu would cost you about 4% of your chakra
  • Enough skill and the necessary Kekkei Genkai

Jutsu PerformanceEdit

  1. The user sends shakra to their bones, forming extended sharp bones from the Knees, shoulders, elbows, and palms.

Jutsu ProductEdit

  1. The user creates bones to attack and counter with.
  2. The user can spin, flip, chase, and evade as they please, assuming they're fast enough.

StrenghthsEdit

  1. Makes it easier to parrie and counter moves without the added weight of so many bones.

WeaknessesEdit

  1. If the user is hit, they will be prevented from finishing the attack.

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