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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* {{Translation|Hō|法}} means law, method, or ritual. {{Translation|Jin|陣}} means formation or encampment. {{Translation|Hōjin|法陣}} is the word used for, for instance, the circle diagrams used in alchemy.
 
* {{Translation|Hō|法}} means law, method, or ritual. {{Translation|Jin|陣}} means formation or encampment. {{Translation|Hōjin|法陣}} is the word used for, for instance, the circle diagrams used in alchemy.
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== See Also ==
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* [[Sensing System Technique]]
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 10:54, October 14, 2014

Barrier: Canopy Method Formation[1]

Barrier - Dome Method Formation
Name
Kanji 結界・天蓋法陣
Rōmaji Kekkai: Tengai Hōjin
Literal English Barrier: Canopy Method Formation
Viz manga Tengai Perimetre Barrier
English TV Probe Barrier
Debut
Manga Chapter #375
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #131
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Ninjutsu, Barrier Ninjutsu
Rank B-rank
Class Supplementary
Range Short to Mid range
Users

This technique creates a spherical detection barrier with the user at the centre. At the user's command, the detection barrier can expand, grasping everything in the room. The user is able to detect anything that moves inside the barrier space with their own "sense". The user may also move, the barrier will follow them as they move.

Trivia Edit

  • Hō (法) means law, method, or ritual. Jin (陣) means formation or encampment. Hōjin (法陣) is the word used for, for instance, the circle diagrams used in alchemy.

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. Third Databook, page 253

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