With the Captains suffering casualties and heavy injuries on their side, all hope seemed to be lost... until Shinji Hirako appeared, along with the rest of the former Shinigami. Though the aid of the Vizards certainly helped to draw the battle in their favor, it seemed Aizen's power alone proved too much for them.
Name: Soredemo Suchiiru (Still Steel) Number: 25 Category: Bakudo Incantation: I wish to stay unto this place, give me the strength to stand. Effect: Another technique brought out through the feet, this effect is usually peformed on the caster, and is a bakudo used to help the caster. As soon as the kidou has been casted, a small radius of reiatsu brings itself under the casters feet, creating steel rods that snake themselves around their legs, keeping them stable for any work that requires it. Due to the nature of this kidou, the caster cannot move, or bend their legs. They are immovable, unless the ground underneath their feet is moved. To release themselves from this state, the user must re-cast the bakudo.
While this technique is relatively strong, it does not go very deep at all, and only requires about 15 cm of earth to perform. If the ground below that is moved too far, it is possible for the caster to be moved back, but they will not be knocked off their feet. It is possible to use this kido to stop yourself while sliding along the ground, but too much momentum will cause amazing amounts of pain, and possible broken limbs.
Post by Shinigami Kyra on Oct 27, 2009 14:21:45 GMT -5
How deep into the ground are we talking? I imagine that there would be some force that would end up pushing the caster back despite the spell. As such, I would like to know just how much of the ground would be lifted/destroyed. A meter below? Six? Twelve? Two hundred?