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|related tools=Kunai
 
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|debut manga=239
 
|debut manga=239
 
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The {{translation|'''Flying Thunder God Kunai'''|飛雷神クナイ|Hiraishin Kunai}} are {{translation|custom-made [[kunai]]|特注クナイ|tokuchū kunai}} utilised by [[Minato Namikaze]] in conjunction with his [[Space–Time Ninjutsu]]: the [[Flying Thunder God Technique]]. They differ from a standard kunai in that they have three blades instead of one and on the handle (which is thicker than normal) is the "marker" for Minato's teleportation ability; Minato also said that it's a bit heavier than a normal kunai.<ref name="chpt239">''Naruto'' chapter 239, page 8</ref> The prongs on them also makes it more deadly in melee fighting.
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The {{translation|'''Flying Thunder God Kunai'''|飛雷神クナイ|Hiraishin Kunai}} are {{translation|custom-made [[kunai]]|特注クナイ|tokuchū kunai}} and signature tool of [[Minato Namikaze]], who uses it in conjunction with his [[Space–Time Ninjutsu]]: the [[Flying Thunder God Technique]]. They differ from a standard kunai in that they have three blades instead of one and on the handle (which is thicker than normal) is the "marker" for Minato's teleportation ability; Minato also said that these blades are bit heavier than a normal kunai.<ref name="chpt239">''Naruto'' chapter 239, page 8</ref> The prongs on them also makes it more deadly in melee fighting.
   
Minato gave one of these kunai to his pupil [[Kakashi Hatake]], as a celebratory gift for his promotion to [[jōnin]] as well as to be able to teleport to his team at any time the kunai was thrown.<ref name="chpt239"/><ref>''Naruto'' chapter 244, page 15</ref> During the [[Third Shinobi World War]], in the battle between [[Konohagakure]] and [[Iwagakure]], the [[Hamaki Mimura|ninja]] from the former threw these kunai behind enemy lines which allowed Minato to instantly teleport to the various locations and slay the opposing shinobi, while at the same time making it difficult for the enemy to predict where he would teleport to next.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 242, pages 4-5</ref> He also kept several of these blades at [[Minato's Safe House|his safe house]], so he could teleport there quickly when necessary.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 501, pages 6, 15-17</ref>
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Minato gave one of these kunai to his pupil [[Kakashi Hatake]], as a celebratory gift for his promotion to [[jōnin]] as well as to be able to teleport to his team at any time as long as they had the kunai in their possession.<ref name="chpt239"/><ref>''Naruto'' chapter 244, page 15</ref> During the [[Third Shinobi World War]], in the battle between [[Konohagakure]] and [[Iwagakure]], the [[Hamaki Mimura|ninja]] from the former threw these kunai behind enemy lines which allowed Minato to instantly teleport to the various locations and slay the opposing shinobi, while at the same time making it difficult for the enemy to predict where he would teleport to next.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 242, pages 4-5</ref> He also kept several of these blades at [[Minato's Safe House|his safe house]], so he could teleport there quickly when necessary.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 501, pages 6, 15-17</ref>
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== Utilised Techniques ==
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* [[Flying Thunder God Technique]]
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* [[Flying Thunder God: Guiding Thunder]]
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* [[Flying Thunder God — Second Step]]
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* [[Spiralling Flash Super Round Dance Howl Style Three]]
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* It is implied that touching the kunai activates a Space–Time Ninjutsu, like Minato did to the Nine-Tails' [[Tailed Beast Ball|attack]] with a [[Space–Time Barrier]] after using hand-signs.
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* Although unnamed in the manga, they were named by Minato in ''[[Naruto Shippūden the Movie: The Lost Tower]].''
* Although unnamed in the manga, they were named by Minato in ''[[Naruto Shippūden 4: The Lost Tower]]''.
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* Tobirama uses regular kunais in a similar fashion by marking them with his formula for the Flying Thunder God Technique.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 07:12, November 21, 2014

Flying Thunder God Kunai

Flying Thunder God Technique
Name
Kanji 飛雷神クナイ
Rōmaji Hiraishin Kunai
Literal English Flying Thunder God Kunai
Debut
Manga Chapter #239
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #119
Movie Naruto Shippūden the Movie: The Lost Tower
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3
OVA Naruto Shippūden: UNSG anime cutscenes
Appears in Anime, Manga, Game and Movie
Data
Related tools

Kunai

Wielder

The Flying Thunder God Kunai (飛雷神クナイ, Hiraishin Kunai) are custom-made kunai (特注クナイ, tokuchū kunai) and signature tool of Minato Namikaze, who uses it in conjunction with his Space–Time Ninjutsu: the Flying Thunder God Technique. They differ from a standard kunai in that they have three blades instead of one and on the handle (which is thicker than normal) is the "marker" for Minato's teleportation ability; Minato also said that these blades are bit heavier than a normal kunai.[1] The prongs on them also makes it more deadly in melee fighting.

Minato gave one of these kunai to his pupil Kakashi Hatake, as a celebratory gift for his promotion to jōnin as well as to be able to teleport to his team at any time as long as they had the kunai in their possession.[1][2] During the Third Shinobi World War, in the battle between Konohagakure and Iwagakure, the ninja from the former threw these kunai behind enemy lines which allowed Minato to instantly teleport to the various locations and slay the opposing shinobi, while at the same time making it difficult for the enemy to predict where he would teleport to next.[3] He also kept several of these blades at his safe house, so he could teleport there quickly when necessary.[4]

Utilised Techniques Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Although unnamed in the manga, they were named by Minato in Naruto Shippūden the Movie: The Lost Tower.
  • Tobirama uses regular kunais in a similar fashion by marking them with his formula for the Flying Thunder God Technique.

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Naruto chapter 239, page 8
  2. Naruto chapter 244, page 15
  3. Naruto chapter 242, pages 4-5
  4. Naruto chapter 501, pages 6, 15-17

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