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  • Halt
  • Halt
  • Halt
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  • By caping the holiday Thomas the Tank Engine gets a job on Trackmaster
  • [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Halt]] halt (imperative of halten); Old High German haltan. (Eng. usg. ca. 1598 in one sense, the intransitive verb sense wasn't used until 1656)
  • The Halt (停止,Teishi) technique allows for one to join the principles of both the Anti-Spiral and the Spiral in order to create harmony. As a result of this, the path has the power to "end" strife by negating violent intentions by "creating" a peaceful, blissful environment. This is achieved by inducing a powerful genjutsu on the opponent and then manipulate the environment in order to end the anger within them.
  • Halt (English: "Stop") is a song recorded for the album, Liebe ist für alle da. It is only present in the "Special Edition" version, however.
  • The Halt Psynergy causes a target in a non-battle environment to become immobile in some fashion. If used on a townsperson, that townsperson will flash and when you talk to him he will only say the first word of what he would normally say in that instance, followed by an ellipsis. More practically, it can be used to keep a Djinni keeping its distance away from you shut in one idle position so you can actually reach it (this occurs twice in Golden Sun), and it can cause the automatic statues in the fourth floor of Crossbone Isle to stay put and not block your path. It can also be used to stop certain obstacles in the Colloso competitions by using it on the man with the levers. The Halt Gem and its Psynergy can appear in the inventory of Isaac's party in Golden Sun: The Lost Age if any form
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jutsu type
  • Yin-Yang Release
debut shippuden
  • No
literal english
  • Halt
jutsu classification
  • Kekkei Genkai~Byakugan, Genjutsu, Dojutsu
unnamed jutsu
  • No
parent jutsu
  • Spiral, Anti Spiral
jutsu range
  • Short, Mid, Long
jutsu class type
  • Supplementary
jutsu media
  • Anime, Manga
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Users
  • Iname Soga
Romaji
  • Teishi
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Kanji
  • 停止
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abstract
  • By caping the holiday Thomas the Tank Engine gets a job on Trackmaster
  • [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Halt]] halt (imperative of halten); Old High German haltan. (Eng. usg. ca. 1598 in one sense, the intransitive verb sense wasn't used until 1656)
  • The Halt (停止,Teishi) technique allows for one to join the principles of both the Anti-Spiral and the Spiral in order to create harmony. As a result of this, the path has the power to "end" strife by negating violent intentions by "creating" a peaceful, blissful environment. This is achieved by inducing a powerful genjutsu on the opponent and then manipulate the environment in order to end the anger within them.
  • The Halt Psynergy causes a target in a non-battle environment to become immobile in some fashion. If used on a townsperson, that townsperson will flash and when you talk to him he will only say the first word of what he would normally say in that instance, followed by an ellipsis. More practically, it can be used to keep a Djinni keeping its distance away from you shut in one idle position so you can actually reach it (this occurs twice in Golden Sun), and it can cause the automatic statues in the fourth floor of Crossbone Isle to stay put and not block your path. It can also be used to stop certain obstacles in the Colloso competitions by using it on the man with the levers. The Halt Gem and its Psynergy can appear in the inventory of Isaac's party in Golden Sun: The Lost Age if any form of data transfer is used, although it is not needed for any dungeon. Interestingly, this utility can allow the player to "talk" to Djinn in both games that do not need to have Halt cast on; for example, the Venus Djinni found in Vault. This "talking" is really only the portrait, and the text reads "...". This makes it the only time other than when acquiring the Djinni for the first time that these portraits can be viewed.
  • Halt (English: "Stop") is a song recorded for the album, Liebe ist für alle da. It is only present in the "Special Edition" version, however.