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|literal english=Demonic Flute: Three Subordinates Interment Melody
 
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|game names=Demon Flute: Trio Requiem
 
|parent jutsu=Demonic Flute: Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody, Demonic Flute: Phantom Sound Chains
 
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|jutsu classification=Genjutsu, Ninjutsu
 
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|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
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While in her second stage cursed seal, Tayuya traps her opponent in a genjutsu with her flute, and while they're immobilised, her Doki attack her opponent from below.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* When written as 三重, sanjū means "triple", and when written as 奏曲, sōkyoku is an abbreviation for "sonata", which is {{translation|奏鳴曲|sōmeikyoku}}.
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* When written as '三重', ''sanjū'' means "triple", and when written as '奏曲', ''sōkyoku'' is an abbreviation for "sonata", which is {{translation|奏鳴曲||sōmeikyoku}}.

Latest revision as of 04:53, November 5, 2014

Demonic Flute: Three Subordinates Interment Melody

Name
Kanji 魔笛・三従葬曲
Rōmaji Mateki: Sanjū Sōkyoku
Literal English Demonic Flute: Three Subordinates Interment Melody
Games Demon Flute: Trio Requiem
Debut
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
Appears in Game only
Data
Classification Genjutsu, Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Short to Mid range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

While in her second stage cursed seal, Tayuya traps her opponent in a genjutsu with her flute, and while they're immobilised, her Doki attack her opponent from below.

Trivia Edit

  • When written as '三重', sanjū means "triple", and when written as '奏曲', sōkyoku is an abbreviation for "sonata", which is 奏鳴曲 (sōmeikyoku).

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