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|english tv=Earth Style: Terra Shield
 
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|related jutsu=Earth Release: Earth-Style Wall, Earth Release: Practice Brick Technique
 
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After striking the ground with his hands, Jirōbō creates a large wall of earth in front of him. The defence is not perfect though, since a hard or drilling impact such as the [[Spiked Human Bullet Tank]] technique can puncture the wall. Also, since this technique only guards against frontal attacks, the enemy can easily attack from the side or even from above.
 
After striking the ground with his hands, Jirōbō creates a large wall of earth in front of him. The defence is not perfect though, since a hard or drilling impact such as the [[Spiked Human Bullet Tank]] technique can puncture the wall. Also, since this technique only guards against frontal attacks, the enemy can easily attack from the side or even from above.
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After acquiring Jirōbō's DNA, [[Kabuto Yakushi]] gained [[Strange Transmission Distant Shadow|access]] to this technique. In his fight with [[Sasuke]] and [[Itachi Uchiha]], he used it to shift aside the earth that had been set ablaze by [[Amaterasu]], instead of defending himself.<ref>Chapter 585, page 4</ref>
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* In the manga, when Jirōbō used the technique, he smashed the ground and forced it to form the wall via leverage. In the anime, the ground flipped upwards like a trapdoor.
 
* In the manga, when Jirōbō used the technique, he smashed the ground and forced it to form the wall via leverage. In the anime, the ground flipped upwards like a trapdoor.
* After acquiring Jirōbō's DNA, [[Kabuto Yakushi]] gained the ability to use this technique through a doppelgänger of Jirōbō which emerges from the base of his navel snake; he used it to shift aside the earth that had been set ablaze by [[Amaterasu]] instead of defence.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 585, page 4</ref>
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 16:06, January 26, 2015

Earth Release: Earth Shore Return[1]

Earth Release Earth Shore Return
Name
Kanji 土遁・土陸返し
Rōmaji Doton: Doroku Gaeshi
Literal English Earth Release: Earth Shore Return
English TV Earth Style: Terra Shield
Debut
Manga Chapter #189
Anime Naruto Episode #113
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Nature
Rank C-rank
Class Defensive
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Related jutsu

Earth Release: Earth-Style Wall, Earth Release: Practice Brick Technique

Users

After striking the ground with his hands, Jirōbō creates a large wall of earth in front of him. The defence is not perfect though, since a hard or drilling impact such as the Spiked Human Bullet Tank technique can puncture the wall. Also, since this technique only guards against frontal attacks, the enemy can easily attack from the side or even from above.

After acquiring Jirōbō's DNA, Kabuto Yakushi gained access to this technique. In his fight with Sasuke and Itachi Uchiha, he used it to shift aside the earth that had been set ablaze by Amaterasu, instead of defending himself.[2]

Trivia Edit

  • In the manga, when Jirōbō used the technique, he smashed the ground and forced it to form the wall via leverage. In the anime, the ground flipped upwards like a trapdoor.

References Edit

  1. Second Databook, page 260
  2. Chapter 585, page 4

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