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[[File:Naruto shadow clones.jpg|thumb|Naruto Uzumaki using a Clone Technique: the Shadow Clone Technique.]]
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<section begin=summary />{{translation|'''Clone Techniques'''|分身術|Bunshinjutsu}} are techniques that create a copy of the user or objects used by them. The standard [[Clone Technique]] is considered the most basic of basic [[ninjutsu]]. Despite this, clone techniques are very versatile and useful, and are often used to distract or fool enemies into thinking that they have delivered a critical or fatal hit to the user, leaving the enemy vulnerable. The various villages have created their own characteristic forms of clone techniques. Besides these, there are a dozens of other clone techniques in existence, some of which are extraordinarily difficult to use.
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[[File:Shadow clones.png|thumb|right|[[Naruto Uzumaki]] using the Shadow Clone Technique.]]
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<section begin=summary />{{translation|'''Clone Techniques'''|分身術|Bunshinjutsu}} are techniques that create copies of the user or their tools. Though the standard [[Clone Technique]] is considered the most basic of [[ninjutsu]], these techniques are highly versatile, often used to distract enemies or fool them into thinking they have landed a hit on the user. Corporeal clones can aid the user in physical combat, and even use techniques independent of the original. There are varying methods of creating clones, some techniques using only [[chakra]] while others require some sort of medium to give the clones form and substance. There are also clone techniques that transform another person or animal into a clone of the user, such as the [[Beast Human Clone]], as well as [[genjutsu]] which create illusory clones, such as the [[Mist Servant Technique]].<ref>Chapter 62, pages 8-9</ref><section end=summary />
   
There are various methods of creating clones. The most commonly used clone techniques use only [[chakra]] to create the clone. After these, clone techniques that use a medium seem to be most common. These clone techniques use various elements to give the clone form and substance. There are also clone techniques that transform another person or animal into a clone of the user. Finally, there are clone techniques that make use of [[genjutsu]] to create illusionary clones.<section end=summary />
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Clone techniques can also be applied to material objects, such as the [[Shuriken Shadow Clone Technique]]. However, such a feat is on a far higher level than using the technique on oneself.<ref>First Databook, page 196</ref>
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During his experiments on [[Shin Uchiha]], [[Orochimaru]] developed a variant of [[Wikipedia:Human cloning|clones]], which were considered to be a higher class than the Shadow Clone Technique. The [[Shin Uchiha (Clones)|results]] are that each one is the same as the original, and that they will not disappear even if struck with sufficient force; the only method of dispersal is killing them.<ref>Chapter 700+7, pages 13+14</ref> In a way, they are similar to [[White Zetsu]]'s [[Parasite Clone]], though unlike them, they have their own sense of individuality and free will, leading them to betray the original Shin when they see fit. These clones have also created their own clones without the original noticing, but had done so improperly, which resulted in various genetic and physical defects. Regardless, since they are not bound by the original nor can be dispersed like a normal technique, they are essentially separate, living individuals.<ref>Chapter 700+9, pages 9-12</ref>
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* Despite there being basic nature transformation clones, and even advanced nature ones, there has yet to have been a clone technique using basic [[Fire Release]] or [[Wind Release]].
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* While there a wide variety of clone techniques using different [[nature transformation]]s have been introduced, there has yet to be one using [[Fire Release]] or [[Wind Release]].
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==
 
* {{Drilldown|List of Clone Techniques|Jutsu|q=Jutsu classification=Bunshinjutsu}}
 
* {{Drilldown|List of Clone Techniques|Jutsu|q=Jutsu classification=Bunshinjutsu}}
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== References ==
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[[Category:Jutsu Type]]
 
[[Category:Jutsu Type]]

Latest revision as of 16:53, August 4, 2015

This is the article on the classification. If you are looking for the article on the ninjutsu itself, head to Clone Technique.
Shadow clones

Naruto Uzumaki using the Shadow Clone Technique.

Clone Techniques (分身術, Bunshinjutsu) are techniques that create copies of the user or their tools. Though the standard Clone Technique is considered the most basic of ninjutsu, these techniques are highly versatile, often used to distract enemies or fool them into thinking they have landed a hit on the user. Corporeal clones can aid the user in physical combat, and even use techniques independent of the original. There are varying methods of creating clones, some techniques using only chakra while others require some sort of medium to give the clones form and substance. There are also clone techniques that transform another person or animal into a clone of the user, such as the Beast Human Clone, as well as genjutsu which create illusory clones, such as the Mist Servant Technique.[1]

Clone techniques can also be applied to material objects, such as the Shuriken Shadow Clone Technique. However, such a feat is on a far higher level than using the technique on oneself.[2]

During his experiments on Shin Uchiha, Orochimaru developed a variant of clones, which were considered to be a higher class than the Shadow Clone Technique. The results are that each one is the same as the original, and that they will not disappear even if struck with sufficient force; the only method of dispersal is killing them.[3] In a way, they are similar to White Zetsu's Parasite Clone, though unlike them, they have their own sense of individuality and free will, leading them to betray the original Shin when they see fit. These clones have also created their own clones without the original noticing, but had done so improperly, which resulted in various genetic and physical defects. Regardless, since they are not bound by the original nor can be dispersed like a normal technique, they are essentially separate, living individuals.[4]

Trivia Edit

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. Chapter 62, pages 8-9
  2. First Databook, page 196
  3. Chapter 700+7, pages 13+14
  4. Chapter 700+9, pages 9-12

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