Following the destruction of the Original Vongola Rings, Talbot took the Vongola Rings' remains and combined them with the Animal Rings using Primo's blood-- Penalty. The combined form of the three parts resulted in stone ores of each Dying Will Flame of the Sky. And it was by channeling their resolve through the stones that Tsuna and his Guardians transformed the ores into Vongola Gear, personalized for each member.
With Hibari's firm resolve, or, as he prefers, irritation, the rock broke down to reveal the Bracelet.
This bracelet, as revealed by Talbot, is made exclusively for the Tenth Generation Vongola Family. It took the form of a bracelet to best suit Hibari's fighting style.
When Hibari activates his Cambio Forma, Roll turns into a modified version of Hibari's school uniform and tonfas.
Chains and spikes can be released from his tonfas. With the Cloud Flame's Propagation ability, the chains can elongate to slash enemies. Using these chains, Hibari defeated over four hundred of Adelheid Suzuki's Blizzardroids in one shot. The spikes protruding from his tonfas can be released and propagate, becoming balls of spikes. Hibari can also attack his enemies with mini Cloud Hedgehogs and miniature versions of the original Cloud Cambio Forma, Alaudi's Handcuffs.
Roll Version X Edit
Roll Version X ((ロール
Roll now appears to be smaller than his previous forms where his size is comparable to Hibird and can fit in Hibari's palm. It is capable of merging directly with Hibari for his Cambio Forma Version X.
Roll can use Needle Sphere Form after being injected with strong Flames, it can form a sphere covered with numerous spikes, and using the Cloud aspect of Propagation can absorb any Flames (including those of its opponent) and use them to either expand in size or multiply in numbers. By combining this with his Needle Sphere Form he can form numerous spheres to surround and trap an opponent.
Cambio Forma Edit
Hibari's Cambio Forma is formed when Roll manifests and merges with the Bracelet of the Cloud.
Hibari gains two black-clad tonfa, with the Bracelet of the Clouds continuing to remain on his wrist, although with a slight change in its appearance. His uniform is modified into a trench coat with what appears to be a bird designed on its inside base. Although not shown directly, Hibari's trench coat could be used as a strong defensive barrier against physical damage. Another addition is blades at the bottom of each of Hibari's shoes; which he can freely extend, reinforcing the power of his kicks.
The Vongola Gear seems to greatly boost Hibari's Cloud Flames, enhancing his strength, speed, stamina, and overall attack power.
- Modified Tonfa: During his fight with Adelheid Suzuki, the ends of the tonfas are shown to open up, releasing chains that Hibari uses like flails. With the Cloud Flame's ability of propagation Hibari is capable of lengthening the chains, drastically increasing his attack area. The sides of the Tonfa have also shown to release spikes, giving each four long spikes on their sides. He can also release a spike on the front of the tonfa which then can be used to stab the enemy. Cloud flames can then be used to quickly extend the spike.
- Needle Sphere Form: By using the Cloud Flame's propagation ability, Hibari can create many needle spheres of different sizes to attack his enemy. When he throws or launches them at his opponent they on contact cause tremendous damage (the Blizzardroids that were struck by them were immediately broken by them). They can also be propagated with Cloud Flames and grow to immense size. Hibari used this technique after planting them through the small breaks he had made in Adelheid Suzuki's Diamond Castle, making them grow in size and breaking the Diamond Castle apart. He can also release a medium sized Needle Sphere From, which Hibari holds onto and grows in size, the spikes on it then extend (the Blizzardroids that Hibari has used this against were shattered or broken in half by the spikes).
- Handcuffs: The ability to create multiple handcuffs similar to the original version of Alaudi's Handcuffs, although smaller in size. Hibari throws these at his enemies, and upon contact, the handcuffs attach themselves to an opponent, tighten and cut the target.
- The word behind Hibari's modified uniform is "Fuuki", which means "Discipline" in Japanese. The other words on the side of his uniform translate to "The Drifting Cloud that Bites to Death".