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Evil Fist

  • Rock
  • Paper
  • Scissors

Name

Kanji

ジャジャン拳 (ジャジャンけん)

Rōmaji

Jajaken

Literal English

Evil, Evil Fist

English TV

Bad Bad Fist

Debut

Manga

[[|Chapter #123]]

Anime

[[|Naruto Shippūden Episode #123]]

Appears in

Anime, Manga and Game

Data

Classification

Kekkei Genkai, Lava Release

Type

Nature Icon Lava Lava Release, Nintaijutsu, Chakra Flow

Rank

S-rank

Class

Offensive, Defensive, Supplementary

Range

Mid to Long range

Hand seals

Clap Hands

Users

  • Haishiro Enishi
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Jajanken (ジャジャン拳(ジャジャンけん)) a play on the Japanese word for Rock-paper-scissors, "Janken," the word "Jajan" (a Japanese interjection akin to the word "Ta-dah"), and "Jaken (邪拳 Evil Fist)." Enishi first gets the idea for this attack after learning from nearby children on how to play their variant of the game, then by incorporating his kekkei genkai into the core, dangerous roots of the game and applying the same moves within martial arts. The end result is a move of complete devastation upon direct contact with the desired opponent.

Jajanken consists of three parts. Enishi's main attack is "Rock", a simple but devastating attack concentrating all his aura into his fist using his adept manipulation of his kekei genkai. His long-ranged attack is "Paper," an emitted attack that fires a ball of aura from his palm; at the moment, this is his weakest attack, the ball being somewhat slow, not that powerful and easy to block or change course. His mid-ranged attack is "Scissors", a transmuted blade of aura attached to his index and middle fingers, capable of slicing through a Steel Release user

Trivia


  • Enishi can only use this attack as much as his chakra allows it.
  • Attempting to use this technique more then the predetermined amount of times usually results in the user burning himself from his own kekkei genkai.
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