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|image=Heavenly Transfer.JPG;Mabui transporting the pot from HQ…
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|ref=<ref name="d4">Fourth Databook, page 323</ref>
Pot being transported.png;…to Darui on the battlefield.
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|image=Heavenly Transfer.png;Mabui transporting an item from one location…
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Pot being transported.png;…to another some distance away.
 
|kanji=天送の術
 
|kanji=天送の術
 
|unnamed jutsu=No
 
|unnamed jutsu=No
 
|romaji=Tensō no Jutsu
 
|romaji=Tensō no Jutsu
 
|literal english=Heavenly Transfer Technique
 
|literal english=Heavenly Transfer Technique
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|english tv=Lightning Transmission Jutsu
 
|viz manga=Ethereal Transmission Jutsu
 
|viz manga=Ethereal Transmission Jutsu
 
|other names=Object Teleportation Jutsu
 
|other names=Object Teleportation Jutsu
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|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game
 
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With this technique, Mabui is able to transport objects anywhere at the speed of light. When being transferred, the object is engulfed in light and moves to its destination through a narrow beam, reminiscent of a bolt of lightning. This technique apparently requires some time to be prepared, as well as the exact coordinates of the destination. In all instances the technique was shown, the object transported was placed onto a sort of platform.
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With this technique, Mabui is able to transport objects anywhere at the speed of light. When being transferred, the object is engulfed in light and moves to any desired destination through a narrow beam, reminiscent of a bolt of lightning. In all instances the technique was shown, the object transported was placed onto a sort of platform.
   
Although typically restricted to inanimate objects, the technique can be used on living organisms as well, including humans. However, as the body is unable to handle the speed involved in the transfer, they would normally be ripped to shreds as a result. Most notably the [[Third Raikage]], with his extreme durability, was thought to be the only person able to endure the technique unharmed.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 562, pages 6-7</ref> However later on, the Fourth Raikage and Tsunade both managed to survive it.
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Although typically restricted to inanimate objects, the technique can be used on living organisms as well, including humans. However, as the body is unable to handle the speed involved in the transfer, they would normally be ripped to shreds as a result. Most notably the [[Third Raikage]], with his extreme durability, was thought to be the only person able to endure the technique unharmed.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 562, pages 6-7</ref> However later on, the [[Fourth Raikage]] and [[Tsunade]] both managed to survive it, although the latter suffered several minor injuries while the former suffered none.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Latest revision as of 23:03, November 15, 2014

Heavenly Transfer Technique[1]

  • Mabui transporting an item from one location…
  • …to another some distance away.
Name
Kanji 天送の術
Rōmaji Tensō no Jutsu
Literal English Heavenly Transfer Technique
Viz manga Ethereal Transmission Jutsu
English TV Lightning Transmission Jutsu
Other Object Teleportation Jutsu
Debut
Manga Chapter #529
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #270
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range All ranges
Hand seals Ram
Users

With this technique, Mabui is able to transport objects anywhere at the speed of light. When being transferred, the object is engulfed in light and moves to any desired destination through a narrow beam, reminiscent of a bolt of lightning. In all instances the technique was shown, the object transported was placed onto a sort of platform.

Although typically restricted to inanimate objects, the technique can be used on living organisms as well, including humans. However, as the body is unable to handle the speed involved in the transfer, they would normally be ripped to shreds as a result. Most notably the Third Raikage, with his extreme durability, was thought to be the only person able to endure the technique unharmed.[2] However later on, the Fourth Raikage and Tsunade both managed to survive it, although the latter suffered several minor injuries while the former suffered none.

Trivia Edit

  • Tensō, when written as 転送, is the Japanese word transfer, transmission, (telephone, etc) forwarding, likely a reference to Mabui being A's secretary.
    • It may also be alluding to the method often used to transmit data in these forms of communication, by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber.
  • A noted that Mabui was made his secretary for the specific reason that she could use this technique, which is said to be unique to her.[3] What exactly is meant by that is currently unknown.

References Edit

  1. Fourth Databook, page 323
  2. Naruto chapter 562, pages 6-7
  3. Naruto chapter 529, page 7

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