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Tenpenchii Anime 2.png;The culmination of the attack.
 
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By manipulating the natural world in its vicinity on an enormous scale, the Ten-Tails is able to simultaneously create a variety of [[Wikipedia:Natural disaster|natural disasters]] that devastate the surrounding area, with itself acting as their epicentre. The phenomena involved in this technique include: earthquakes, floods, thunderstorms, and tornadoes. These concurrent events result in a blast akin to a nuclear explosion, even forming a vast [[Wikipedia:Mushroom cloud|mushroom cloud]].<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 629, pages 1-3</ref>
 
By manipulating the natural world in its vicinity on an enormous scale, the Ten-Tails is able to simultaneously create a variety of [[Wikipedia:Natural disaster|natural disasters]] that devastate the surrounding area, with itself acting as their epicentre. The phenomena involved in this technique include: earthquakes, floods, thunderstorms, and tornadoes. These concurrent events result in a blast akin to a nuclear explosion, even forming a vast [[Wikipedia:Mushroom cloud|mushroom cloud]].<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 629, pages 1-3</ref>
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== Influence ==
 
== Influence ==
 
{{translation|''Tenpenchii''|天変地異}} is a Japanese [[Wikipedia:Yojijukugo|four-character idiom]], comprised of two shorter words referring to natural disasters affecting the sky, {{translation|''tenpen''|天変}}, and natural disasters affecting the earth, {{translation|''chii''|地異}}. The idiom is often translated simply as "cataclysm".
 
{{translation|''Tenpenchii''|天変地異}} is a Japanese [[Wikipedia:Yojijukugo|four-character idiom]], comprised of two shorter words referring to natural disasters affecting the sky, {{translation|''tenpen''|天変}}, and natural disasters affecting the earth, {{translation|''chii''|地異}}. The idiom is often translated simply as "cataclysm".
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== Trivia ==
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* In [[The Incipient…!!|chapter 670]], [[Kaguya Ōtsutsuki]], who was stated by her [[Hagoromo|son]] to be more powerful than anyone after eating the Shinju's fruit, was shown casting a [[:File:Kaguya's Might.png|technique]] similar to the Tenpenchii.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Latest revision as of 08:30, August 10, 2014

Tenpenchii

  • The technique in effect.
  • The culmination of the attack.
Name
Kanji 天変地異
Rōmaji Tenpenchii
Literal English Natural Disaster Befalling Heaven and Earth
Viz manga Cataclysm
Debut
Manga Chapter #628
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #371
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Tailed Beast Skill
Class Offensive
Range All ranges
Users

By manipulating the natural world in its vicinity on an enormous scale, the Ten-Tails is able to simultaneously create a variety of natural disasters that devastate the surrounding area, with itself acting as their epicentre. The phenomena involved in this technique include: earthquakes, floods, thunderstorms, and tornadoes. These concurrent events result in a blast akin to a nuclear explosion, even forming a vast mushroom cloud.[1]

Influence Edit

Tenpenchii (天変地異) is a Japanese four-character idiom, comprised of two shorter words referring to natural disasters affecting the sky, tenpen (天変), and natural disasters affecting the earth, chii (地異). The idiom is often translated simply as "cataclysm".

Trivia Edit

References Edit

  1. Naruto chapter 629, pages 1-3

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