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Paradigm Step Technique
Name Paradigm Step Technique
Kanji 原型歩の術
Literal English Paradigm Shift Technique
Classification Space-Time Ninjutsu
Rank A-Class
Range All Ranges
Hand Seals None
Other Jutsu

Paradigm Step Technique (原型歩の術, Genkeiho no Jutsu) is an A-Ranked time-space ninjutsu technique.


The user erects an intricate and highly complex seal near instantaneously on any surface or being that the user designates with their eyes. These seals are able to affix themselves over most other seals, though this means that the user has a chance of being caught within enemy seals.

Once this seal has been formed, then the user's chakra will immerse around their bodies, before condensing and instantaneously dissembling their entire person. At a speed beyond comprehension, the user assembles themselves at any location they wish, as long as it has been marked with one of the seals. When they reassemble themselves, they appear to be emanating light-blue chakra. The moment that the user re-appears, the seal which they utilized as a medium disappears, and the user cannot place another seal on the exact same location for one month. This technique has been touted as similar to the Flying Thunder God Technique that Minato Namikaze once utilized, though Flying Thunder God is shown to be far more adaptable, as Minato could translocate himself with the kunai even if they were in mid-air.

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