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With chakra work and superhuman strength, Jirōbō lifts up the very surface of the Earth. The lump of earth is gigantic and, the destructive power is obvious, but even just the visual impact can be enough to make enemies lose their fighting spirits and run away. The ball of earth is then hurled it at his opponent, flattening everything in its path.
 
With chakra work and superhuman strength, Jirōbō lifts up the very surface of the Earth. The lump of earth is gigantic and, the destructive power is obvious, but even just the visual impact can be enough to make enemies lose their fighting spirits and run away. The ball of earth is then hurled it at his opponent, flattening everything in its path.

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Earth Release: Earth Mausoleum Dumpling[1]

Earth Mausoleum Dumpling
Name
Kanji 土遁・土陵団子
Rōmaji Doton: Doryō Dango
Literal English Earth Release: Earth Mausoleum Dumpling
English TV Earth Style: Sphere of Graves
Debut
Manga Chapter #188
Anime Naruto Episode #113
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Type
Rank B-rank
Class Offensive
Range Short to Mid range
Derived jutsu
Users

With chakra work and superhuman strength, Jirōbō lifts up the very surface of the Earth. The lump of earth is gigantic and, the destructive power is obvious, but even just the visual impact can be enough to make enemies lose their fighting spirits and run away. The ball of earth is then hurled it at his opponent, flattening everything in its path.

Trivia

  • The name of this technique may be taken from the Japanese art of Dorodango (泥だんご, Mud Dumplings), in which hard, polished spheres are made using nothing but earth, water, and one's hands.

References

  1. Second Databook, page 260

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