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Using Wood Release, the user creates a dome-like defensive structure that completely surrounds which takes the form of a dragon's face. This defence is split down the middle and can be opened on the user's command. It is strong enough to withstand the destructive force of a [[Tailed Beast Ball]].
 
Using Wood Release, the user creates a dome-like defensive structure that completely surrounds which takes the form of a dragon's face. This defence is split down the middle and can be opened on the user's command. It is strong enough to withstand the destructive force of a [[Tailed Beast Ball]].
   
== Influences ==
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== Influence ==
 
This technique is influenced by a dragon-shaped mask that the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion, [[Wikipedia:Avalokiteśvara|Avalokiteśvara]], also known as {{translation|"Senju Kannon"|千手観音|Thousand-Armed Kannon}} carries around.
 
This technique is influenced by a dragon-shaped mask that the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion, [[Wikipedia:Avalokiteśvara|Avalokiteśvara]], also known as {{translation|"Senju Kannon"|千手観音|Thousand-Armed Kannon}} carries around.
   

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Wood Release: Hōbi Technique

Houbi Technique
Name
Kanji 木遁・榜排の術
Rōmaji Mokuton: Hōbi no Jutsu
Viz manga Wood Style: Wood Expulsion Jutsu
Debut
Manga Chapter #621
Appears in Manga only
Data
Classification Nature Icon Wood Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu
Type
Class Defensive
Range Short-range
Users

Using Wood Release, the user creates a dome-like defensive structure that completely surrounds which takes the form of a dragon's face. This defence is split down the middle and can be opened on the user's command. It is strong enough to withstand the destructive force of a Tailed Beast Ball.

Influence Edit

This technique is influenced by a dragon-shaped mask that the Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion, Avalokiteśvara, also known as "Senju Kannon" (千手観音, Thousand-Armed Kannon) carries around.


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