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Fire Release: Great Dragon Fire Technique[1]

Great Dragon Fire Technique 2

Name

Kanji

火遁・豪龍火の術

Rōmaji

Katon: Gōryūka no Jutsu

Literal English

Fire Release: Great Dragon Fire Technique

Viz manga

Fire Style: Art of the Dragon Flame

English TV

Fire Style: Great Dragon Flame Jutsu

Debut

Appears in

Anime, Manga and Game

Data

Classification

Ninjutsu

Type

Nature Icon Fire Fire Release

Rank

A-rank

Class

Offensive, Supplementary

Range

All ranges

Hand seals

Tiger

Users

  • Kamui Uchiha
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  • Styx Uchiha
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  • Tessuhai Tsuyo
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  • Yasaka Uchiha
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  • Nakano
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  • Uchiha Rinn
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  • Enryu Uzumaki
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The user compresses a large amount of chakra built up inside their body and changes it into a dragon-shaped fireball. The user then skilfully manipulates that great fire, and attacks their opponent. Even outside of the attack range, its power and reliability are stressed. The flames have a high temperature, as they can create an upward movement of air currents which in turn can give rise to thunder clouds. A master of this technique can fire off several flames in succession and anyone caught in the technique could potentially be reduced to ashes.

References

  1. Third Databook, page 235