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Blaze Release: Ōkuninshi

Ōkuninshi

Name

Kanji

炎遁: 全能の武将

Rōmaji

Enton: Ōkuninshi

Literal English

Blaze Release: Warlord's Eye

Viz manga

Inferno Style: Showering Dehumanization

Data

Classification

Nature Icon Blaze Mangekyō Sharingan Itachi Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu

Type

Nature Icon Blaze Blaze Release

Class

Offensive, Supplementary

Range

Long-range

Other jutsu

Users

  • Yasaka Uchiha
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Similarly to Blaze Release: Kagutsuchi, this technique is used to apply shape transformation to the inextinguishable black flames of Amaterasu. However, this technique takes it's manipulative abilities a bit further, creating a fine black "mist" composed of minuscule embers created from the black flames. As the shroud of mist descends, it gradually disintegrates what it comes into contact with, whether it be a foe or the surroundings themselves. The temperature within this mist has been described as unbearably hot as the technique's duration goes on and the embers grow, though some victims who knew little about the Mangekyō Sharingan have failed to even notice the disintegrating effects on their own body until they've become visibly obvious.

Once caught in this technique, the embers coming into contact with a foe will continue to burn them at a very slow rate, even after escaping the mist. Because of it's properties, the technique does exceptionally well at taking on a group of opponents, while it may also be used much more strategically than it's parent jutsu. In certain areas, it's application would make it near-impossible for someone to proceed, acting as a "blockade" of sorts. Since the technique disperses Amaterasu's flames over a wide radius, it may prove useful for setting up other Blaze Release techniques.

Influence

Similar to other Mangekyō Sharingan abilities, this technique's name is derived from Japanese myth and religion. Ōkuninshi is the ruler of the unseen world of spirits and magic. He is also believed to be the god of nation-building, farming, business, and medicine.

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