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Rasenpakutou[Technique Approval]

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on Sun Jun 29, 2014 9:21 pm

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Technique Name: Rasenpakutou
Technique Description: A technique developed to make up for the lack of a zanpakutou and unique to Ginsen's storm reiryoku. By tightly condensing a spiraling torrent of reiatsu around ones hand or an object such as a stick, the user creates a makeshift weapon. After surrounding a limb or object the reiatsu then takes on a blade-like shape with a single edge. This technique replicates a zanpakutou by condensing Ginsen's reiatsu into a blade shape and can be used to purify hollows or clash with other zanpakutou in the same manner that kidou can. Instead of dealing cutting damage alone, the spiraling reiatsu both cuts and grinds at the same time allowing it to dig into a wound and parry more effectively. The technique requires 1 turn in preparation to balance Ginsen's wild reiryoku and condense it properly, however it can be held indefinitely and only has a one turn cooldown before it can be used again after being dispelled or canceled. It can be channeled through any of Ginsen's limbs or objects he holds not exceeding 3m in size.

Technique Effect Chart:

Opponent is Two+ Tiers Lower: Capable of cutting limbs of and grinding through bone.
Opponent is One Tier Lower: Capable of cutting deeply into bone and grinding the rest of the way through.
Opponent is Equal Tier: Capable of cutting down to the bone and grinding partially through.
Opponent is One Tier Higher: Capable of cutting through muscle and flesh and grinding down to the bone.
Opponent is Two+ Tiers Higher: Capable of dealing through flesh and grinding into the muscle.

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[b][i]Technique Name:[/i][/b] Rasenpakutou
[b][i]Technique Description:[/i][/b] A technique developed to make up for the lack of a zanpakutou and unique to Ginsen's storm reiryoku. By tightly condensing a spiraling torrent of reiatsu around ones hand or an object such as a stick, the user creates a makeshift weapon. After surrounding a limb or object the reiatsu then takes on a blade-like shape with a single edge. This technique replicates a zanpakutou by condensing Ginsen's reiatsu into a blade shape and can be used to purify hollows or clash with other zanpakutou in the same manner that kidou can. Instead of dealing cutting damage alone, the spiraling reiatsu both cuts and grinds at the same time allowing it to dig into a wound and parry more effectively. The technique requires 1 turn in preparation to balance Ginsen's wild reiryoku and condense it properly, however it can be held indefinitely and only has a one turn cooldown before it can be used again after being dispelled or canceled. It can be channeled through any of Ginsen's limbs or objects he holds not exceeding 3m in size.

[b][i]Technique Effect Chart:[/i][/b]

[b][i]Opponent is Two+ Tiers Lower:[/i][/b] Capable of cutting limbs of and grinding through bone.
[b][i]Opponent is One Tier Lower:[/i][/b] Capable of cutting deeply into bone and grinding the rest of the way through.
[b][i]Opponent is Equal Tier:[/i][/b] Capable of cutting down to the bone and grinding partially through.
[b][i]Opponent is One Tier Higher:[/i][/b] Capable of cutting through muscle and flesh and grinding down to the bone.
[b][i]Opponent is Two+ Tiers Higher:[/i][/b] Capable of dealing through flesh and grinding into the muscle.

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on Mon Jun 30, 2014 1:46 am

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Looks good. just one thing to clarify, is it taking on the shape of any weapon, or simply the shape of the item being held?

on Mon Jun 30, 2014 2:10 am

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It surrounds the medium object and makes a blade-shape. I've edited this into the technique.

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on Mon Jun 30, 2014 2:15 am

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ok. i approve this technique!

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