|Beast Human Clone |
|Literal English||Beast Human Clone|
|English TV||Man Beast Clone|
|Other||Imitation Beast Ninja Art: Beast Human Clone (擬獣忍法・獣人分身, Gijū Ninpō: Jūjin Bunshin), Imitation Human Ninja Art: Beast Human Clone (擬人忍法・獣人分身, Gijin Ninpō: Jūjin Bunshin), Beast Human Transformation (獣人変化, Jūjin Henge)|
|Anime||Naruto Episode #44|
|Movie||Naruto Shippūden 3: Inheritors of the Will of Fire|
|Game||Naruto: Ultimate Ninja|
|Appears in||Anime, Manga, Game, Movie|
|Classification||Ninjutsu, Clone Techniques|
A modified version/mix of the Transformation Technique and clone technique, which is unique to the Inuzuka clan, allows a canine-user to transform their animal companion into a perfect copy of themselves. When combined with the Four Legs Technique, the user and the animal become virtually impossible to tell apart, since both act equally animalistic. Like any transformation, the technique can be broken by identifying and attacking the animal, thus dispelling the transformation. This technique is often followed by the Fang Passing Fang.
- This technique was also called Imitation Beast Ninja Art: Beast Human Clone (擬獣忍法・獣人分身, Gijū Ninpō: Jūjin Bunshin) by Kiba and Imitation Human Ninja Art: Beast Human Clone (擬人忍法・獣人分身, Gijin Ninpō: Jūjin Bunshin) by Akamaru.
- In the movie, Naruto Shippūden 3: Inheritors of the Will of Fire, Kiba named this technique "Beast Human Transformation" (獣人変化, Jūjin Henge) instead of his normal name.