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Shinra Banshō

Name

Kanji

神羅万象

Rōmaji

Shinra Banshō

Literal English

All-Covering Forests and Ten Thousand Things

Viz manga

Everything Covered by God

Debut

Appears in

Game only

Data

Classification

Rinnegan Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu

Class

Offensive, Supplementary

Range

All ranges

Other jutsu

Related jutsu

Banshō Ten'in, Shinra Tensei

Users

  • Angra Mainyu
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  • Yūmei Kokūzō
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Shinra Banshō is an ability that inverts, and bends the principles of Shinra Tensei to achieve varying effects whilst simultaneously manipulating a target gravitationally, or multiple at that.

Forms

Wound (傷, Kizu)

This variation allows the user to apply gravitational pressure to his victim's organs or body. If not resisted, it could crush the victim's heart or spasming lungs, thus stunning them and inflicting considerable damage to the organ(s), causing them incredible pain and suffering, or in more severe cases, kill them.

Choke (ふさぐ, Fusagu)

This variation allows the user to gravitationally crush his victim's throat, in effect choking them if used at a low level. Those under its effect would usually clutch at their throats, as oxygen ventilation would be drastically reduced, if not entirely cut off depending on the amount of pressure applied. While although this technique is useful for disabling an opponent, and hence an irrational form of interrogation (considering the choked victim would be reduced to speaking in truncated sentences), it is capable of killing them entirely.

Grip (握力, Akuryoku)

This variation allows the user to gravitationally grip enemies, seizing them with great strength, lifting them off their feet and suspending them in the air on a whim. If used to a high degree, it could crush an opponent's bones or organs. Very similar to the Choke (ふさぐ, Fusagu) variation, the main difference between the two was that Choke was used to strangle its victim, as it seems the usual method was to manipulate gravity to crush the throat or windpipe of its victim, whereas Grip is capable of crushing the victim's organs or bones entirely. Advanced users can restrain the choked target enough to disable limb movement.

Crush (挫く, Kujiku)

This variation allows the user to gravitationally crush the victim's body as if it were imploding, ultimately reducing them into a gory mess.

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