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Consecutive Soul Menace
Consecutive Soul Menace - Three Fold! "Gi" "Go" "Shoku"
Kanji

連掌魂威 参極「魏」「呉」「蜀」

Rōmaji

Renshō Kon'i - Sangoku "Gi" "Go" "Shoku"

Data
Class

Attack

Derived Ability

Soul Menace

Users

Franken Stein

Debut Data
Manga Debut

Chapter 17

Consecutive Soul Menace Three-Fold! "Gi" "Go" "Shoku" (連掌魂威 参極「魏」「呉」「蜀」, Renshō Kon'i - Sangoku "Gi" "Go" "Shoku") is a powerful variation of the technique, Soul Menace, created by Franken Stein.[1]

Description

A variation of the Soul Menace attack, that instead rapidly hits an opponent three times in succession, using the same fist. The attack inflicts enough internal damage to cause the target to bleed from the mouth, as displayed during its only demonstration against Medusa, in the fight occuring in the midst of her operation to revive the Kishin.[1]

Trivia

  • Gi, Go, and Shoku are how Japanese refer to the Three Kingdoms of ancient China: Wei, Wu, and Shu. When Stein says "Three-Fold!", he uses the word "sangoku" in Japanese, which is a homonym for the Japanese word for "three countries/kingdom".[2]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Soul Eater Manga: Chapter 17
  2. Soul Eater Volume 18 (Yen Press) Translation notes page 188

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