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|Fire Release: Flames of Hell|
|Name||Fire Release: Flames of Hell|
|Other Name(s)||Fire Style: Flames of Hell|
|Range||Close Range, Mid Range, Long Range|
|Classification||Ninjutsu, Fire Release|
|Chakra Nature||Fire Release|
|Parent jutsu||Fire Release|
Fire Release: Flames of Hell is the second most powerful Fire Release technique used by Kokuhyo Nara, one known for his usage of Fire Release.
The practitioner starts by summoning ten gigantic, wide, tall pillars of fire from the ground reaching high into the clouds. Once this happens, it has several different effects. The difficulty of using this technique comes by how much Chakra it consumes and the fact that each technique, including the initial pillar creation, requires a new set of twenty hand seals, each one having to be held for at least two seconds at a time. The initial effect of the pillars is that if someone is standing where they'll burst out of the ground at, or anywhere else in their path, then they'll usually be instantly killed. After that, the intense heat let off by the flames, which can reach a total of eight thousand degrees ferenhite, (provided that the user puts enough Chakra into it, that is), if the victim doesn't have a strong enough will, can make it extremely difficult to use their Chakra and thus perform Jutsu, possibly even burning them up. After that, any Jutsu which the enemy fires, if they're not strong enough, will be drawn into the pillars and instantly destroyed once they touch the flames. All of the previous abilities, including the initial creation, will stay activated once the user activates them once.
Another ability, unnamed, is that the user can cause these pillars to collapse in on all enemies within their vicinity, harming even those who aren't. However, this technique has major risk on the user, due to the fact that they could die as well if they don't get out of the way in time, and that's extremely hard to, because the technique has to be activated while they're inside of it.
- Kokuhyo Nara
- Kokuhyo Nara
- Fire Release