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The All Blacks have issued a warning to their international rivals, daring other teams to try to cope with their "full bore" style.
Coach Steve Hansen said the world champions want to be more ruthless in the second Test against France on Saturday despite a spectacular 52-11 series-opening win last week.
The finishing power that produced seven New Zealand tries in the last 27 minutes is the ominous blueprint of how Hansen wants his men to play.
It took time to find their rhythm at Eden Park in Auckland and wants the damage to begin earlier at Westpac Stadium in Wellington, although he accepts the stung tourists won't lie down.
However, asked if French willpower can be broken when things don't go their way, Hansen's response was unusually bold, revealing plenty about their attacking goals.
"I don't know if you break their spirit. I think you take them to places that they're not used to going to with the speed of the game," he said.
"They'll try and slow the game down, that's the pace they want to play at.
"We want to play it at full bore, with accuracy. So that's our challenge and if it comes off, it doesn't matter who you play when you play that game well. You can rip anyone apart."
For the third time in the last decade, the All Blacks will field an unchanged team for a Test. The two other occasions were both World Cup finals.
Hansen wants to forge combinations but indicated there will be selection risks taken as the year unfolds to ensure bases are covered ahead of next year's World Cup.
Changes could come as soon as next week's third Test at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin on June 23, where Sonny Bill Williams remains on track to return to the midfield after undergoing minor knee surgery last month.
It is New Zealand's first Test at Wellington since last year's 24-21 loss to the British and Irish Lions.
Before that they'd won 16 on the trot in the capital.
All Blacks: Jordie Barrett, Ben Smith, Anton Lienert-Brown, Ryan Crotty, Rieko Ioane, Beauden Barrett, Aaron Smith, Luke Whitelock, Sam Cane, Liam Squire, Scott Barrett, Sam Whitelock (capt), Owen Franks, Codie Taylor, Joe Moody.
Reserves: Nathan Harris, Karl Tu'inukuafe, Ofa Tu'ungafasi, Vaea Fifita, Ardie Savea, TJ Perenara, Damian McKenzie, Ngani Laumape.