Most Underrated Kekkei Genkai in Naruto
When it comes to Kekkei Genkai, you should immediately think of the most famous techniques in the series, right? Sharingan, Byakugan, Rinnegan… dojutsu, and other familiar techniques are the strong car of Naruto and Naruto Shippuden.
But today we are going to show you that despite all the fame, there are some Kekkei Genkai that are underestimated by fans, and therefore considered to be “not so good”.
The characteristic technique of the Kaguya clan gave Kimimaru incredible power: controlling not only bones in his body as he wished, but also increasing or decreasing the concentration of calcium in his bones, allowing him to determine which point on the body he might be able to absorb more impact.
The most amazing thing about Shikotsumyaku is that it is an almost perfect technique in terms of attack and defense. It was through her that Kimimaru was able to withstand the pressure of one of Gaara’s most powerful techniques.
Unfortunately, we did not have the opportunity to see all the splendor of this Genkai kekkei in Naruto Shippuden. However, the Fifth Mizukage technique allowed her to mix a fire chakra with a water chakra, creating a beam of steam so hot it was able to melt Sasuke’s Susano defense when he attacked the Five Kages in the country do Ferro.
It is strange that part of the Naruto fandom underestimates this technique so much since it has already been compared to the other three great dojutsus mentioned above. The fact is that Ketsuryugan releases powerful genjutsus that are practically inescapable. The only weakness of this visual technique is the Uchiha Sharingan, which seems to be able to neutralize Ketsuryugan genjutsus.
In addition, this technique also allows the user to use bloody jutsus, which in addition to being impressive, is extremely powerful.
This Genkai kekkei also involves mixing two different chakra natures: wind and fire. In this case, the mixture ends up creating spheres of pure heat, which can be considered spheres of pure energy.
When it touches the enemy, it causes all the fluids in your body to evaporate, carbonizing it almost instantly. So it ends up being one of the deadliest techniques on this list.
Despite being part of the group called Três Grandes Dojutsus, Byakugan ends up being underestimated by the fandom, especially when compared to the other two. The point is that despite not having the same prominence as the Sharingan or the Rinnegan until today, the Byakugan is the visual technique that allows the best vision ability among all, having as its only weakness a small blind spot located behind the user’s neck.