Literal English


Parent Technique

Ten'on (Heaven's Blessings)

Also Known as

Gradation Air

Gradation Air, more commonly known as Projection (投影 touei?), is a technique that materializes rhythms, in accordance to the caster’s imagination, through the use of of their ki. Gradation comes from the fact that the created object slowly fades away after being created, and Air is an allusion to the fact that said object is made out of “nothing”.


The concept behind this technique is rather simple, to shape ones ki into the material composition and design of a rhythm that is being imagined by the user. The item is not everlasting, as it is recognized by the world as a phantasm that doesn't belong in the natural world, and it will be erased as an inconsistency. The better the image in the user's imagination, the more stable and longer lasting the object will be, and it can be futher improved by having technical knowledge of its construction, such as a blueprint, or having materials to overlay the desired shape upon.

While Gradation Air is a more complex form of Reinforcement, it is ultimately inferior and less efficient. Comparatively speaking, if a user uses Projection to recreate a sword, he will get a weapon with an overall strength of three or four. Meanwhile, if he uses that same amount of energy to reinforce an existing blade, he will get a weapon with a power of twenty or thirty. It is also possible to apply Reinforcement to improve the capacities of the projected item.

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