Chiryuuheki (Blood Element Rising Blood Wall) is a technique where the user throws some blood in front of him/her and a solid wall made of blood is risen up. The thickness is 2 feet and its height can be up to 30 feet. Maximum horizontal length is 30 feet as well. The wall only covers the user’s front so the rest of the sides are left unguarded and the enemy can easily pass around it but it is very hard and can effectively stop almost all kinds of frontal attacks. 

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