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|jutsu classification=Kekkei Genkai~Rinnegan, Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu,
 
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|jutsu class type=Offensive, Defensive, Supplementary
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive, Defensive, Supplementary
|users=Nagato, Sage of the Six Paths,
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<section begin=summary />The {{translation|'''Animal Path'''|畜生道|Chikushōdō}} grants a Rinnegan user the ability of [[Summoning Technique|summoning]] various animals and creatures to aid it in battle.<section end=summary /> Worthy of note, summoning creatures through the Animal Path require no blood sacrifice or hand seals. The Animal Path can also summon people, which requires hand signs, as in the case of Nagato's Paths and [[Konan]]. Tactics wise, the Animal Path's primary role in battle appears to consist on overwhelming multiple opponents with a barrage of summons.
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<section begin=summary />The {{translation|'''Animal Path'''|畜生道|Chikushōdō}} grants a Rinnegan user the ability of [[Summoning Rinnegan|summoning]] various animals and creatures to aid it in battle.<section end=summary /> These creatures appear to be immortal, as they were killed and later summoned again. Worthy of note, summoning creatures through the Animal Path require no blood sacrifice or hand seals. The Animal Path can also summon people using hand signs, such as the case of Nagato's Paths and [[Konan]]. Tactics-wise, the Animal Path's primary role in battle appears to consist of overwhelming multiple opponents with a barrage of summons.
   
In the case of Nagato, having originally channelled the Animal Path through the corpse of a [[First Animal Path (character)|Fūma clan shinobi]] and then the corpse of a [[Second Animal Path|young woman]] in life, the creatures summoned appeared to underwent the same modifications as his [[Paths of Pain]], having [[chakra receiver]]s embedded in their bodies. As they also display the Rinnegan, the creatures serve as extensions of Nagato.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 551, page 6</ref> During the [[Fourth Shinobi World War]], Nagato used his summons for transport before being rejuvenated to move on his own power.
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In the case of Nagato, having originally channelled the Animal Path through the corpse of a [[First Animal Path (character)|Fūma clan shinobi]] and then the corpse of [[Ajisai]] in life, the creatures summoned appear to have undergone the same modifications as his [[Paths of Pain]], having [[chakra receiver]]s embedded in their bodies. Nagato also tends to send the Animal Path first into battle to throw enemies off about the number of enemies they are really facing. As they also display the Rinnegan, the creatures serve as extensions of Nagato.<ref>Chapter 551, page 6</ref> During the [[Fourth Shinobi World War]], Nagato used his summons for transport before being rejuvenated to move on his own power.
   
 
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== Influences ==
 
== Influences ==
Buddhists believe in a realm of existence of the non-human animals on Earth, an unhappy plane of rebirth which revolves around ignorance, instinct, survival of the fittest, and servitude to humans.
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Buddhists believe that [[Wikipedia:Animals in Buddhism|animals]] inhabit a different dimension separated from humans not spatially but mentally; an unhappy plane of rebirth which revolves around fear, instinct and survival of the fittest, suffered by those animals that work for humans and, above all, by those ignorant to what is happening to them.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

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This is the article on information on the ability. If you are looking for the article on information on the characters, head to Animal Path. For other uses, see Animal Path (disambiguation).
Animal Path
  • Through one of Nagato's Paths.
  • Through Nagato.
Name
Kanji 畜生道
Rōmaji Chikushōdō
Literal English Animal Path
Other Animal Realm
Debut
Manga Volume #41, Chapter #374
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #130
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game
Data
Classification Rinnegan Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu
Class Offensive, Defensive, Supplementary
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Derived jutsu
Summoning Rinnegan
Users

The Animal Path (畜生道, Chikushōdō) grants a Rinnegan user the ability of summoning various animals and creatures to aid it in battle. These creatures appear to be immortal, as they were killed and later summoned again. Worthy of note, summoning creatures through the Animal Path require no blood sacrifice or hand seals. The Animal Path can also summon people using hand signs, such as the case of Nagato's Paths and Konan. Tactics-wise, the Animal Path's primary role in battle appears to consist of overwhelming multiple opponents with a barrage of summons.

In the case of Nagato, having originally channelled the Animal Path through the corpse of a Fūma clan shinobi and then the corpse of Ajisai in life, the creatures summoned appear to have undergone the same modifications as his Paths of Pain, having chakra receivers embedded in their bodies. Nagato also tends to send the Animal Path first into battle to throw enemies off about the number of enemies they are really facing. As they also display the Rinnegan, the creatures serve as extensions of Nagato.[1] During the Fourth Shinobi World War, Nagato used his summons for transport before being rejuvenated to move on his own power.

Summons

Influences Edit

Buddhists believe that animals inhabit a different dimension separated from humans not spatially but mentally; an unhappy plane of rebirth which revolves around fear, instinct and survival of the fittest, suffered by those animals that work for humans and, above all, by those ignorant to what is happening to them.

References Edit

  1. Chapter 551, page 6
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