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Hashirama causes multiple wood tendrils to rise up from the ground, weaving into a wooden wall around the opponents' limbs binding them in place. He then concentrates his chakra into his fist and then strikes the opponent, breaking them free of the woven wooden wall.
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Hashirama causes multiple wood tendrils to rise up from the ground, weaving into a wooden wall around the opponent's limbs binding them in place. He then concentrates his chakra into his fist and then strikes the opponent, breaking them free of the woven wooden wall.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 22:37, February 20, 2013

Wood Release: All Creation

Name
Kanji 木遁・森羅万象
Rōmaji Mokuton: Shinra Banshō
Literal English Wood Release: All-Covering Forests and Ten Thousand Things
Games Wood Style: Universe
Other Wood Release Secret Technique: All Creation (木遁秘術・森羅万象, Mokuton Hijutsu: Shinra Banshō; Literally meaning "Wood Release Secret Technique: All-Covering Forests and Ten Thousand Things")
Debut
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
Appears in Game only
Data
Classification Nature Icon Wood Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

Hashirama causes multiple wood tendrils to rise up from the ground, weaving into a wooden wall around the opponent's limbs binding them in place. He then concentrates his chakra into his fist and then strikes the opponent, breaking them free of the woven wooden wall.

Trivia

  • Although this technique is listed as "Wood Release: All Creation", Hashirama says "Wood Release Secret Technique: All Creation".
  • Shinra Banshō (森羅万象; Literally meaning "All-Covering Forests and Ten Thousand Things") is a Buddhist idiom which has come to mean "All of Nature" or "All of Creation".

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