Byakugan Hinata Hyuga Statue, Anime & Naruto Statues, Hinata’s Gentle Step Twin Lion Fists Technique Statue

Byakugan Hinata Hyuga Statue, Anime & Naruto Statues, Hinata's Gentle Step Twin Lion Fists Technique Statue

Byakugan Hinata Hyuga’s Gentle Step Twin Lion Fists Technique Statue

This Byakugan Hinata Hyuga Statue features Hinata Hyuga in action and show you the huge effect parts and base for some impressive volume. The statue features Hinata making use of her Byakugan to unleash the powerful of her Gentle Step Twin Lion Fists technique. The chakra in the form of lions has been captured in stunning detail as it burns a beautiful blue. Based on the Naruto Shippuden series, Hinata has been sculpted on a powerful base using her Chakra to control the Twin Lion ability. Hinata Uzumaki (Hyuga) is a kunoichi of Konohagakure. Formerly the heiress of the Hyuga clan, she lost the position upon being deemed unsuited for the responsibilities of leading the clan. Nonetheless, Hinata persevered and from her observation of Naruto Uzumaki especially, Hinata found an example to follow. Through her membership with Team 8, she sought to become strong enough to change herself, if even a little at a time. A few years after the Fourth Shinobi World War, Hinata joined the Uzumaki clan after marrying Naruto. Originally, Hinata’s gentle personality hindered her performance, to which she was deemed too weak and unworthy for the role of heir.

After committing herself getting stronger in her training for Naruto, receiving consistent praise from her team and clan for her improving skills and strengthening character. 2 years after the war, Hinata, having been recognised by Hamura Otsutsuki as the Byakugan Princess, proves to be crucial in the destruction of the Tenseigan, even though she herself can’t destroy it. Despite spending at least a decade as a housewife, she could survive an attempt to get Naruto back from Momoshiki Otsutsuki, and even defeat Hanabi, who is an active jonin and continues training to become the next clan leader, in a sparring match. Hinata at the time was reluctant to fight and unprepared when Hanabi attacked seriously. Despite being rusty, she was able to keep pace and soundly win the fight making Hanabi accept the loss. As a Hyuga, Hinata possesses the Byakugan, a dojutsu that grants her penetrative vision in a near-360° around herself, with one blind spot at the back of the neck above the first thoracic vertebra. With it, she is able to assist others frequently in tracking and scouting the area for their targets by focusing her vision in a single direction, Hinata can see across vast distances, reaching as far away as 20 kilometres by the battle against Toneri.

Hinata’s Byakugan grants her attacks pinpoint accuracy, which she can share with others to also improve their own. She can also use it in order to identify genjutsu, searching for the caster in the nearby area. In the anime, Hinata can use infrared vision and magnify in to see tiny targets. By adulthood, the chakra sensitivity provided by the Byakugan allows her to pick up on the slightest presence of chakra. The Gentle Step Twin Lion Fists is a high-level secret Gentle Fist technique taught only to the main branch of the Hyuga clan. The user changes the shape of chakra released from both hands into large guardian lion-shaped shrouds. Doing so greatly increases range and destructive power. The lion heads drain the chakra network of those they touch. It is an extremely difficult ability to learn, as the slightest mistake in chakra control will lead to failure, meaning it is a feat requiring the Byakugan. This technique can be used in conjunction with the Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms. Hinata’s Gentle Step Twin Lion Fists technique Statue measures: 6 inches / 15 cm x 6 inches / 15 cm x 8 inches / 20 cm.


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