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One Finger Strike
Name One Finger Strike
Stats
Rank S
Range Close Range
Type Offensive
Parent jutsu Taijutsu, Open Palm Strike, Four Finger Strike, Three Finger Strike, Two Finger Strike
User(s) Kensei Koshiharu, Shikyo Fushiawase

One Finger Strike is an immensely powerful Taijutsu technique used by Kensei Koshiharu and Shikyo Fushiawase.  It is the successor of Open Palm Strike, Four Finger Strike, Three Finger Strike, and Two Finger Strike, as well as the last remaining Taijutsu technique in this series of Taijutsu techniques. 

UsageEdit

This is an immensely powerful technique, and the strongest Taijutsu technique in Kensei Koshiharu's and Shikyo Fushiawase's arsenal.  With just the index finger, the practitioner can send such a devastatingly powerful strike that it can split entire mountains in two, while simultaneously causing them to sink into the ground into dust due to the sudden force, without the finger even having to come in exact contact with the target.  This is one of the techniques which Shikyo Fushiawase became known best for, earning him the nickname "One Hit Wonder." 

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