One Piece: What Is Sanji’s New Technique, Ifrit Jambe?

One Piece: What Is Sanji's New Technique, Ifrit Jambe?

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Vinsmoke Sanji is best known as the cook of the Straw Hat Pirates in Oda’s One Piece manga. He is the fifth member of the crew and the fourth to join, doing so at the end of the Baratie Arc. Now, Sanji has become a crucial part of Luffy’s crew, and throughout the decades, he has demonstrated some amazing powers and abilities. His kicks are known throughout the pirate world of Oda’s One Piece, and he has developed numerous powerful techniques with his kicks. One of them was developed in the most recent episode of the One Piece anime series, and we will talk about it here, as you will find out what Sanji’s new technique, Ifrit Jambe, is.

The Ifrit Jambe technique was described by Sanji as follows: “An exoskeleton, muscle, and speed… all of which increase strength. Add the Busoshoku Haki I’ve developed to the exoskeleton, and my legs are tougher, capable of supporting even hotter flames!!!”. It is a new technique that combines Sanji’s genetic modifications with his Busoshoku Haki, creating an even more powerful technique.

In the rest of this article, we will talk about Sanji and his new technique. You’ll find out about the Ifrit Jambe and how Sanji can use it in battle. The article is going to explain how and why Sanji can use the Ifrit Jambe and how he can use fire in the series, but it is also going to contain some spoilers, so we needed to warn you beforehand.

The Ifrit Jambe technique allowed Sanji to defeat Queen

The Ifrit Jambe is an empowered Diable Jambe technique that Sanji can perform after activating his genetic modifications. After Sanji used his Raid Suit on Onigashima, the genetic modifications that Vinsmoke Judge gave the Vinsmoke family quadruplets activated them selves and Sanji discovered that thanks to the exoskeleton and enhanced physical abilities, his body could withstand greater heat.

Combining these new powers with his already powerful Busoshoku Haki, Sanji was able to perform flaming kicks that were faster, harder, stronger, and at a higher temperature. Unlike the Diable Jambe, when Sanji activates the Ifrit Jambe, the fire in his leg becomes light blue, brighter, and seems to emit rays simultaneously. This technique enabled Sanji to fight Queen effectively and defeat the giant, sending him flying down Onigashima.

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Ifrit Jambe has several individual techniques

Although he created it only recently, the manga has shown us (as will the anime) that Sanji can use numerous different techniques as part of his Ifrit Jambe technique. The following is a list of the techniques that Sanji has employed:

Collier

Based on the same technique that is part of Sanji’s basic Black Leg Style and enhanced by the Ifrit Jambe, Sanji jumps above the opponent and lands a strong and powerful kick to their neck. This technique, as well as all the others on this list, was first seen and used in a series during Sanji’s battle against Queen Onigashima, which is also the first time he used Ifrit Jambe in general. In French, it means neck meat. This attack is usually followed by Basse Côte, Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, Flanchet, Queue, Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Basse Côte

This technique is also based on the same technique that is part of Sanji’s basic Black Leg Style and enhanced by the Ifrit Jambe. While Sanji remains airborne after the previous attack, he lands another powerful kick on the enemy’s left shoulder, which is then immediately combined with Paleron. In French, it means shoulder meat. This technique is usually preceded by Collier and followed by Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, Flanchet, Queue, Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Paleron

Immediately after kicking the opponent in the left shoulder with Basse Côte, Sanji, while still in the air, lands a powerful blow in the right shoulder as well, which is the Paleron technique. In French, it means chuck. This attack is usually preceded by Collier and Basse Côte and followed by Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, Flanchet, Queue, Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Jumeau à Bifteck

While on the ground, Sanji lands a powerful kick in the torso, the first in a series of three powerful kicks. In French, it means brisket. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, and Paleron, followed by Tendron, Flanchet, Queue, Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Tendron

Enhanced by the Ifrit Jambe, Tendron is also a technique based on the same technique that is part of Sanji’s basic Black Leg Style. Using it, Sanji lands a kick while he is on the ground, as the second in three-part series of powerful attacks aimed at the torso of the opponent. In French, it means meat from the upper chest. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, Paleron, and Jumeau à Bifteck and followed by Flanchet, Queue, Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Flanchet

Based on the Black Leg Style technique and enhanced by the Ifrit Jambe, Flanchet is a technique that consists of Sanji landing a kick while he is on the ground; this is the final torso-focused kick in the series. In French, it means flank. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, and Tendron and followed by Queue, Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Queue 

Another technique based on the same technique that is part of Sanji’s basic Black Leg Style and further enhanced by the Ifrit Jambe, when using Queue, Sanji launches a kick while in a handstand, spinning on the ground; this is the first of a series of three of powerful attacks launched at the opponent’s lower body. In French, it means tail. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, and Flanchet and followed by Poire, Jarret, and Bœuf Burst.

Poire

Poire is almost identical to Queue, save for the fact that it is the second attack in a series of three. In French, it means pear. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, Flanchet, and Queue, and followed by Jarret and Bœuf Burst.

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Jarret

Using this technique, which is a Black Leg Style-based and Ifrit Jambe-enhanced one, Sanji launches another headstand kick, the final one in the series focused on the lower part of the opponent’s body. In French, it means meat from the back of the knee. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, Flanchet, Queue, and Poire, and followed by Bœuf Burst.

Bœuf Burst

B3Fuf Burst

The final attack makes full use of Sanji’s Ifrit Jambe and is a powerful combo that Sanji uses as a finishing blow. The attack is a fiery and shocking kick directed at the center of the opponent’s body; after Sanji kicks them, the enemy flies away in a spiral, followed by a strong explosion.

In French, it means beef. This attack is usually preceded by Collier, Basse Côte, Paleron, Jumeau à Bifteck, Tendron, Flanchet, Queue, Poire, and Jarret. Their name and combination may refer to this technique as an improved form of Veau Shot since veau is veal meat, while bœuf is meat from an adult cow.

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