The power to
infuse dance with physical combat. Technique of Dance Manipulation. Variation of Combat Merging.
The user can infuse dance in their physical attacks, having the ability to move from one attack to the next effortlessly while being graceful and elegant. The user can dodge attacks easily and execute combat with little problem.
See Also: .
Dance Battler and Capoeira
Stan Smith (American Dad!) wielding spinning his double-headed blade in a dancing manner when attempting to kill Fussy.
Kaien Shiba (Bleach) is noted for his spear technique reminiscent of a dance, using one wrist as the center of its rotation.
Fi (The Legend of Zelda) fights using a style similar to ballet dancing.
Zack Taylor (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) enjoys dancing so much that he created his own dance-based fighting style, Hip Hop Kido.
Aoshi Shinomori (Rurouni Kenshin) using sword dance to confuse his enemy with fluid and ever changing speed, and then dealing the fatal strike.
A key part of Sonic's (Sonic the Hedgehog) fighting style is breakdancing-style kicks.
Elena (Street Fighter series) is a well known practitioner of Capoeira, a dance based martial art.
Mugen's (Samurai Champloo) highly unorthodox swordplay and a fighting style based on breakdancing - dubbed "champuru kendo" and ostensibly developed by himself.
Kyou Kai (Kingdom) is a genius of the Priestess Dance, a type of swordsmanship which originates from ancient ritual dancing.
Black Widow (Marvel Comics)
Richard Meyer (Fatal Fury) is a Capoeira master who used his skills to entertain the nightclub crowds.
Dee Jay (Super Street Fighter II) fights using kickboxing, a popular martial art in most of the world. Dee Jay, however, sees it as a form of dancing.
Bob Wilson (Fatal Fury) learned Capoeira from his "Mestre" (master), Richard and is the actual full-contact version and not performance version.
Momoko (King of Fighters)
Pullum Purna (Street Fighters)
Zack Taylor's(MMPR) Hip Hop Kido