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Fission Technique
  • Mū begins to split…
  • …into two separate entities.
English games Fission Jutsu
Manga Volume #59, Naruto Chapter #558
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #302
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game
Classification Ninjutsu
Class Supplementary
Derived jutsu

This technique allows Mū to literally split his own body into two identical yet entirely independent parts. Unlike Clone Techniques that only appear to be similar, the ability is instead a physical separation and so does not require hand seals to activate, making it faster in comparison as a result. This also means that even if one is incapacitated, the other remains completely unaffected and as neither can truly be regarded as the original, the duplicates cannot be dispelled like normal clones. However, while splitting, Mū's power is halved and as such he is unable to use more complex techniques like his Dust Release kekkei tōta.[1]


  • It should be noted that if one of the halves is subjected to a sealing technique, the two halves cannot reunite.

See Also


  1. Naruto chapter 558, page 6

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