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Tenseigan Chakra Mode

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Name

Kanji

転生眼チャクラモード

Rōmaji

Tenseigan Chakura Mōdo

Literal English

Reincarnation Eye Chakra Mode

Data

Classification

Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu, Chakra Flow

Class

Supplementary

Hand seals

Ram → Tiger → Boar → Tiger

Other jutsu

Related jutsu

Truth-Seeking Ball

Users

  • Rusaku Ōtsutsuki
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  • Ōtsutsuki Tyson
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  • Saiteki Miyuu
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 The Tenseigan Chakra Mode is a heightened transformation unique to those who possess the Tenseigan.

Appearance

When activated, this mode he grants a cyan-colored chakra shroud with six magatama markings on the user's collar, dark markings over their eyebrows and lower eyelids, and a single horn extending from their forehead. The shroud constantly radiates flickering flames of chakra, and the user's clothing and hair will continuously billow upwards as if caught in a strong breeze.

Attributes

Upon activating this form the user is able to gain access to nine Truth-Seeking Balls, if the chakra requirements for them have been met. Though glowing cyan orbs produced from the chakra mode can be produced, shaped and controlled in the same manner. This extends to shaping them into shields and dividing them into smaller orbs to launch high-speed barrage attacks. These are mainly utilized in the Silver Wheel Reincarnation Explosion and Golden Wheel Reincarnation Explosion techniques, which can be used to create an incredibly powerful silver typhoon that can obliterate the ground easily and a massive golden sword.

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