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==Overview==
 
==Overview==
 
As a [[jujutsu]], this technique requires certain events or conditions to take place in order for it to be activated. For this technique, it requires a modest portion of the opponent's chakra and their willful intent to harm Jinpachi. Once these conditions are met, the technique has a small window in which it may be activated. The very instant Jinpachi is struck by an attack, his "body" begins to shatter akin to a mirror and fragment into countless pieces.
 
As a [[jujutsu]], this technique requires certain events or conditions to take place in order for it to be activated. For this technique, it requires a modest portion of the opponent's chakra and their willful intent to harm Jinpachi. Once these conditions are met, the technique has a small window in which it may be activated. The very instant Jinpachi is struck by an attack, his "body" begins to shatter akin to a mirror and fragment into countless pieces.
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From here, a replica of the individual that attacked Jinpachi bursts through the fragmented body and engages the opponent while Jinpachi himself disappears with no traceable chakra signature.
   
From here, a replica of the individual that attacked Jinpachi bursts through the fragmented body and engages the opponent while Jinpachi himself disappears with no traceable chakra signature. This replica is known as the {{Translation|'''Mirukagemonai'''|見る影もない|furigana=みるかげもない|lit meaning=Mere Shadow of One's Former Self}} and retains nearly every attribute the opponent has. This includes clothing, weapons and any abilities that the opponent possessed at the time of the technique's activation regardless if they are [[hiden]], [[Kekkei Genkai]], [[Kekkei Tōta]] or [[Kekkei Mōra]]. The most notable traits of this technique is the darkened sclera which mirrors those summoned by the [[Summoning: Impure World Reincarnation]] technique. Despite the deformed visage, it is no mere reflection, this double exists as a creation of the opponent's negative emotions. This double has set stamina, and will not fatigue while fighting against it's progenitor. Therefore, the opponent finds it woefully difficult if not impossible to defeat the doppelgänger. As a failsafe, the curse the reflection bears allows only those that share the exact same original chakra signature as the one use to create to shadow to become aware of it's existence. For the outside observer, the shadow is nearly imperceptible except to those who are able to sense [[Negative Emotions Sensing|negative emotions]].
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This replica is known as the {{Translation|'''Mirukagemonai'''|見る影もない|furigana=みるかげもない|lit meaning=Mere Shadow of One's Former Self}} and retains nearly every attribute the opponent has excluding clothing, though weapons and any abilities that the opponent possessed at the time of the technique's activation regardless if they are [[hiden]], [[Kekkei Genkai]], [[Kekkei Tōta]] or [[Kekkei Mōra]] are replicated. The most notable trait of this entity is a comparatively deathless construct and maintains and oddly demure composure unless ordered to attack. Despite the deformed visage, it is no mere reflection, this double exists as a creation of the opponent's negative emotions and Jinpachi's [[Dark Chakra]]. This double has set stamina, and will not fatigue while fighting against it's progenitor. Therefore, the opponent finds it woefully difficult if not impossible to defeat the doppelgänger. As a failsafe, the curse the reflection bears allows only those that share the exact same original chakra signature as the one use to create to shadow to become aware of it's existence. For the outside observer, the shadow is nearly imperceptible except to those who are able to sense [[Negative Emotions Sensing|negative emotions]]. As the Mirukagenomai share a spiritual link, any damage taken by either is reflected upon them no matter the severity. Though, when the technique ends, all damage done to the opponent is restored in a robust manner. Jinpachi has been known to create up to four at any given time and is able to absorb them into his body if they are sealed.
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==Drawbacks==
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As a curse, the technique lasts as long as the opponent continues to fight. If they cease, then the Mirukagemonai will also cease and will return to Jinpachi's body once finished. However, if the opponent decides to continue the assault against him, then the Mirukagenomai will be recreated. Due to the technique utilizing dark chakra, it can be maintained for an extended amount of time but the overuse of the technique will cause detrimental effects to Jinpachi's body and will cause his body to slowly disintegrate. Therefore to end the technique quickly the opponent must decide who can maintain a higher pain threshold.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:17, December 17, 2019

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Jōharinokagami

Joharinokagami

Name

Kanji 浄玻璃の鏡
Rōmaji Jōharinokagami
Literal English Mirror of Enma's Chamber

Debut

Appears in Anime, Manga, Novel

Data

Classification JashinInHiden, Jujutsu
Nature Nature Icon Dark Dark Release
Class Defensive, Supplementary
Range All ranges

Other jutsu

Related jutsu

Body Replacement Technique

Users

Jinpachi Budō

Jōharinokagami (浄玻璃の鏡, じょうはりのかがみ, Literally meaning: Mirror of Enma's Chamber) is a deviously subtle technique designed by Jinpachi Budō and is his flagship defensive technique.

OverviewEdit

As a jujutsu, this technique requires certain events or conditions to take place in order for it to be activated. For this technique, it requires a modest portion of the opponent's chakra and their willful intent to harm Jinpachi. Once these conditions are met, the technique has a small window in which it may be activated. The very instant Jinpachi is struck by an attack, his "body" begins to shatter akin to a mirror and fragment into countless pieces. From here, a replica of the individual that attacked Jinpachi bursts through the fragmented body and engages the opponent while Jinpachi himself disappears with no traceable chakra signature.

This replica is known as the Mirukagemonai (見る影もない, みるかげもない, Literally meaning: Mere Shadow of One's Former Self) and retains nearly every attribute the opponent has excluding clothing, though weapons and any abilities that the opponent possessed at the time of the technique's activation regardless if they are hiden, Kekkei Genkai, Kekkei Tōta or Kekkei Mōra are replicated. The most notable trait of this entity is a comparatively deathless construct and maintains and oddly demure composure unless ordered to attack. Despite the deformed visage, it is no mere reflection, this double exists as a creation of the opponent's negative emotions and Jinpachi's Dark Chakra. This double has set stamina, and will not fatigue while fighting against it's progenitor. Therefore, the opponent finds it woefully difficult if not impossible to defeat the doppelgänger. As a failsafe, the curse the reflection bears allows only those that share the exact same original chakra signature as the one use to create to shadow to become aware of it's existence. For the outside observer, the shadow is nearly imperceptible except to those who are able to sense negative emotions. As the Mirukagenomai share a spiritual link, any damage taken by either is reflected upon them no matter the severity. Though, when the technique ends, all damage done to the opponent is restored in a robust manner. Jinpachi has been known to create up to four at any given time and is able to absorb them into his body if they are sealed.

DrawbacksEdit

As a curse, the technique lasts as long as the opponent continues to fight. If they cease, then the Mirukagemonai will also cease and will return to Jinpachi's body once finished. However, if the opponent decides to continue the assault against him, then the Mirukagenomai will be recreated. Due to the technique utilizing dark chakra, it can be maintained for an extended amount of time but the overuse of the technique will cause detrimental effects to Jinpachi's body and will cause his body to slowly disintegrate. Therefore to end the technique quickly the opponent must decide who can maintain a higher pain threshold.

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