Pulse Release (動遁, Dōton) is the advanced nature kekkei tōta which is created by combining the lightning, wind, and fire natures. It has been passed down for generations in the Suzuki Clan of Konohagakure. It allows its users to manipulate the inertial properties of objects. It surrounds the user in a "inertia field," which absorbs, stores, and redirects any kinetic energy coming in contact with it. The stored kinetic energy can then be manipulated for a number of varied purposes, the most famous being the ability to change the inertial properties of objects of objects. By coming in contact with an object the user can transfer kinetic energy to it which alters its state of motion, changing both speed and direction.
The "inertia field" that surrounds the user is a few inches away from his or her body but can be extended to greater distances depending on the user's own proficiency, though an average user can at most extend it to a quarter of a foot away from the body. The field is normally invisible to the human eye, but can be seen as a ripple in space when activated or when it is exposed to any object or wave with any amount of kinetic energy. So objects will only be affected when they reach that distance. Also the rate at which the field absorbs kinetic energy has an upper limit. So an object with sufficient kinetic energy can still breach the field and hit the user. This weakness can be countered if the user transfers outwards momentum to the object in which case its trajectory can be changed. The user is not impervious from all physical attacks, without sufficient time to put up the carrier he can still be harmed by them. Another drawback is that the user must be aware of an incoming attack to counter it. Thus if an opponent gets behind the user and lands a punch without the user noticing, then the inertia of the punch will not be affected by these powers and will strike the user and do as much damage it would do to any normal person.
Derived Jutsu Edit
The following are a list of known Pulse Release techniques: