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|Ichidanme: Tameraikizu no Wakachiai|
|English||Act the First: Hesitance and Apportionment of Wounds|
Ichidanme: Tameraikizu no Wakachiai (一段目 躊躇疵分合, Act the First: Hesitance and Apportionment of Wounds; Viz "Act One: The Sharing of Pain") is a technique of Shunsui Kyōraku's Bankai, Katen Kyōkotsu: Karamatsu Shinjū.
Any wounds that Shunsui or his opponent inflict on each other's body will emerge on their body as well, as if shared. The opponent cannot die from the wounds, disregarding severity.
Shunsui poetically describes this technique as "As though to share in his suffering, the wounds upon his partner's body appear upon his own. Yet in a cruel twist of fate, he cannot die from those wounds."
|Shikai||Bushōgoma • Takaoni • Kageoni • Irooni • Daruma-san ga Koronda • Kageokuri|
|Bankai||Ichidanme: Tameraikizu no Wakachiai • Nidanme: Zanki no Shitone • Sandanme: Dangyo no Fuchi • Shime no Dan: Itokiribasami Chizome no Nodobue|
|Techniques||Daifuhabanrai • Kagehōshi|