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Wood Release: Wood Locking Wall[1]

Wood element

Name

Kanji

木遁・木錠壁

Rōmaji

Mokuton: Mokujōheki

Literal English

Wood Release: Wood Locking Wall

English TV

Wood Style: Domed Wall Jutsu

Data

Classification

Nature Icon Wood Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu

Type

Nature Icon Wood Wood Release

Class

Offensive, Defensive

Range

Short-range

Hand seals

Rat → Dog → Tiger

Users

  • Kage Uchiha
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  • Styx Uchiha
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  • Yasaka Uchiha
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  • Yūmei Kokūzō
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  • Yūmei Luenah
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An extremely versatile move, this technique uses chakra to activate the roots in the ground and, using the user of the technique as a reference point, makes wooden pillars appear from left and right. The wooden pillars join together in a dome-shape with the user at the center. This process can be used to catch the enemy in a double sided attack. Also, in case one confronts the enemy at a short distance, the enemy can be locked up inside the dome, setting the situation for a one-on-one fight. This dome can also be collapsed or burnt with the enemy inside to inflict damage. Furthermore, it functions as an easy shelter against the enemy's long-distance attacks, like shuriken and kunai.

Trivia

  • In the Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations OVA, Hashirama seemingly uses a form of this technique, but creating a much larger wood dome capable of resisting Kurama's Tailed Beast Ball.
  • When Yamato used this technique in Naruto 5: Blood Prison, he formed the dome around Naruto for protection, instead of using himself as the reference point.

References

  1. Third Databook, page 308
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