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So, as many of the regular users know, our video game jutsu coverage is far from thorough, due to various reasons. For a while now, I have looked up and bookmarked several sites which provide moveset lists for various characters, in various games. Most of the ones I have are for the Ultimate Ninja series. I would have created the articles myself, but there's a problem in that. Those sites list only the name of the technique, and the commands for it. They give no description of what the technique does. I'd be creating several articles limited to saying name of the technique, user, and game debut, with my limited translation knowledge coming from Tangorin.com, wiktionary and Google Translate. Maybe some jutsu classification, depending on the technique's name and user. Does anyone have access to Naruto games, who could fill out the description of the techniques? Movesets of Naruto games in general are available at YouTube, if you know how to look for it, and there are several browser extensions for downloading YouTube videos, so screenshots would be easy to get once you know what each technique is. [[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 01:07, November 26, 2012 (UTC)
 
So, as many of the regular users know, our video game jutsu coverage is far from thorough, due to various reasons. For a while now, I have looked up and bookmarked several sites which provide moveset lists for various characters, in various games. Most of the ones I have are for the Ultimate Ninja series. I would have created the articles myself, but there's a problem in that. Those sites list only the name of the technique, and the commands for it. They give no description of what the technique does. I'd be creating several articles limited to saying name of the technique, user, and game debut, with my limited translation knowledge coming from Tangorin.com, wiktionary and Google Translate. Maybe some jutsu classification, depending on the technique's name and user. Does anyone have access to Naruto games, who could fill out the description of the techniques? Movesets of Naruto games in general are available at YouTube, if you know how to look for it, and there are several browser extensions for downloading YouTube videos, so screenshots would be easy to get once you know what each technique is. [[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 01:07, November 26, 2012 (UTC)
 
: I myself own naruto ultimate ninja 1, 2, 3, and 4, as well as uzumaki naruto chronicles 2 (i used to have 1 as well), and naruto ultimate ninja heroes 1 and 3, and naruto shippuden ultimate ninja impact. I could help out with some, and i could help find some gameplay videos too.[[Special:Contributions/98.26.240.254|98.26.240.254]] ([[User talk:98.26.240.254|talk]]) 01:41, November 26, 2012 (UTC) Yhwach
 
: I myself own naruto ultimate ninja 1, 2, 3, and 4, as well as uzumaki naruto chronicles 2 (i used to have 1 as well), and naruto ultimate ninja heroes 1 and 3, and naruto shippuden ultimate ninja impact. I could help out with some, and i could help find some gameplay videos too.[[Special:Contributions/98.26.240.254|98.26.240.254]] ([[User talk:98.26.240.254|talk]]) 01:41, November 26, 2012 (UTC) Yhwach
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Also one of Zabuza's attacks could be re-named in UN2 but since i lost the game i can't tell if it's the same. If someone else could check Zabuza's movelist in the practice mode of the game for me it would be greatly appreciated. UN1 called it Death Slash where he delivers a low kick followed by 3 sword slashes, the last one smashing the enemy into the ground. There's a possibility that it was renamed as either Flying Turn Slash, Scatter Burst Slash, or Spinning Back Slash.[[Special:Contributions/71.71.58.231|71.71.58.231]] ([[User talk:71.71.58.231|talk]]) 20:47, January 1, 2013 (UTC) Yomiko-chan
 
Also one of Zabuza's attacks could be re-named in UN2 but since i lost the game i can't tell if it's the same. If someone else could check Zabuza's movelist in the practice mode of the game for me it would be greatly appreciated. UN1 called it Death Slash where he delivers a low kick followed by 3 sword slashes, the last one smashing the enemy into the ground. There's a possibility that it was renamed as either Flying Turn Slash, Scatter Burst Slash, or Spinning Back Slash.[[Special:Contributions/71.71.58.231|71.71.58.231]] ([[User talk:71.71.58.231|talk]]) 20:47, January 1, 2013 (UTC) Yomiko-chan
   
== Ultimate Ninja 1 ==
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Nobody's seriously intending to make articles for each of these, right? Because I'm pretty sure that's the last thing the wiki needs. '''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 18:16, October 25, 2013 (UTC)
 
So, between all of the sources I mentioned, here's a list of all the named techniques from UN1. I'm excluding techniques we already have (though one or the other might slip in, I didn't fine comb it for duplicates). Format is as follows: Name as translated by me (or attempted, I need help in a couple odd ones), kanji, rōmaji (not sure of all of them), name as it appears in the English game. For the names I couldn't find kanji, I'll list them only as I found in the English game. Descriptions of almost all techniques can be found [http://www.freegamemanuals.com/pdfstrategyguides/NarutoUltimateNinjaPrimaGuides.pdf here]. If my translation matches the game name, there'll be just thee entries in that technique's name. Regarding Ultimate Techniques, I was only able to find them by themselves in Japanese, so no English name games for them. Also adding possible puns and wordplays given what I find for a translation. <big>I ASK THAT NO ONE CREATES ARTICLES ON THEM BEFORE THE TRANSLATIONS ARE CHECKED FOR ERRORS</big>
 
 
Naruto:
 
:{{translation|Uzumaki Spinning Top|うずまき独楽|Uzumaki Koma}} Naruto Spin
 
:{{translation|Uzumaki Rising Dragon|うずまき昇竜|Uzumaki Shōryū}} Naruto Rising Dragon
 
:{{translation|Dive Bombing|急降下爆撃|Kyūkōka Bakugeki}} Nosedive Bomb
 
:{{translation|Crown of the Head Split|脳天割り|Nōtenwari}} Crown of the Head Cut
 
:{{translation|Bombshell|爆裂弾|Bakuretusdan}} Exploding Shot
 
:{{translation|Fly Away!|とんでけぇ!|Tonde ke!}}
 
:{{translation|Giant Swing|大車輪|Daisharin}}
 
:{{translation|Great Windmill|大風車|Daikazaguruma}} Giant Windmill
 
:{{translation|Bamboo Helicopter|竹蜻蛉|Taketonbo}}
 
:{{translation|Naruto Combo|ナルト連弾|Naruto Rendan}}
 
:{{translation|I overdid it!|力みすぎた!|Rikimi Sugita!}}
 
:{{translation|Tadpole Appearance|おたまじゃくし登場|Otamajakushi Tōjō}}
 
:{{translation|Gamakichi Appearance|ガマ吉登場|Gamakichi Tōjō}}
 
:{{translation|Gamabunta Appearance|ガマブン太登場|Gamabunta Tōjō}}
 
:{{translation|Mysterious Helper Arrives|謎の助っ人参上|Nazo no Suketto Sanjō}} Mysterious Aid Arrives
 
 
Sasuke:
 
:{{translation|Fire Smash Thrust|火砕突|Kasaitotsu}}
 
:{{translation|Revolving Flame Foot|旋炎脚|Sen'enkyaku}} Turning Flame Kick
 
:{{translation|Flame Flower Foot|炎華脚|Enkakyaku}} Flaming Flower Kick
 
:{{translation|Slipping Back Foot|滑背脚|Katsuhaikyaku<sup>?</sup>}} Sliding Back Kick
 
:{{translation|Knee Back Strike|膝背打|Shitsuhaida}} Knee Back Hit
 
:{{translation|Leaping Fire Kick|跳火蹴り|Chōka Keri}}
 
:{{translation|Fire Dust Wild Dance|火塵乱舞|Kajin Ranbu}} Wild Dance of Fire Dust
 
:{{translation|Raging Fire Wild Dance|烈火乱舞|Rekka Ranbu}} Wild Dance of Raging Fire
 
:{{translation|Surging Fire Wild Dance|迸火乱舞|Hōka Ranbu}} Wild Dance of Spouting Fire (pun 放火 arson/烽火 signal fire?)
 
:{{translation|Instant Breath Beheading<sup>?</sup>|瞬息斬|Shunsokuzan}}
 
:{{translation|Mediator Bird Whirling<sup>?</sup>|媒鳥旋|Baichōsen}}
 
 
Sakura:
 
:{{translation|Pervert Repulsing Combo|痴漢撃退コンボ|Chikan Gekitai Konbo}} Repulsion Combo
 
:{{translation|Punishment Combo|折檻コンボ|Sekkan Combo}}
 
:{{translation|Maiden's Latent Power<sup>?</sup>|乙女の底力|Otome no Sokodikara}} Girl's/Maiden's Power (there are two different names between UN1 and UN2, but from control scheme and kanji, they are the same)
 
:{{translation|Your feet are unguarded!|足がお留守よ!|Ashi ga o rusu yo!}}
 
:{{translation|Annoying Guys Death Beating Technique|ウザイ奴撲殺術|Uzaiyatsu Bokusatsu Jutsu}} Beating up annoying guys Jutsu
 
:{{translation|Go Away!|あっち行け!|Atchiike!}}
 
:{{translation|Midair Murdering Method: Top|空中殺法・上|Kūchū Sappō: Jō}} Midair Strike: Top
 
:{{translation|Midair Murdering Method: Bottom|空中殺法・下|Kūchū Sappō: Ge}} Midair Strike: Bottom
 
:{{translation|Midair Murdering Method: Middle|空中殺法・中|Kūchū Sappō: Chū}} Midair Strike: Middle
 
:{{translation|Getting the Fairy Tale|メルヘンゲット|Meruhengetto}} This fairy tale is for real!
 
:{{translation|Log Drop|丸太落とし|Maruta Otoshi}}
 
:{{translation|Beware the Falling Rocks|落石注意|Rakuseki Chūi}}
 
:{{translation|How could I lose!|負けるもんですか!|Makeru mondesuka!}}
 
:{{translation|Love to Win!|愛は勝つ!|Aihakatsu!}}
 
 
Kakashi
 
:{{translation|Tearing Air|裂空|Rekkū}} Air Slice
 
:{{translation|Revolving Blade|旋刃|Senjin}} Kunai Combo
 
:{{translation|Instant Beheading|刹那斬|Setsunazan}} Instant Slice
 
:{{translation|Low Revolving Foot|下旋脚|Kasenkyaku}} Lower Turn Kick
 
:{{translation|Ground Crawling|地這い|Jibai<sup>?</sup>}} Ground Crawl
 
:{{translation|Marrow Murder|髄殺|Zuisatsu}} Back Stab
 
:{{translation|Soaring Swallow|昇燕|Shōen<sup>?</sup>Nobori Tsubame}} Rising Swallow
 
:{{translation|Descending Swallow|降燕|Kōen<sup>?</sup>Ori Tsubame}} Falling Swallow
 
:{{translation|Flying Swallow|飛燕|Hien}}
 
:{{translation|Ninken Summons|忍犬召喚|Ninken Shōkan}}
 
 
Shikamaru
 
:{{translation|Deer Leap|鹿跳|Kachō}} Deer Jump
 
:{{translation|Deer Revolving|鹿旋|Kasen}} Deer Spin
 
:{{translation|Blow|当て身|Atemi}} Knockdown Blow
 
:{{translation|Waiting Shadow Sweep|待影払い|Machi Kageharai}}
 
:{{translation|Shadow Cut|影刈|Kagekari}}
 
:{{translation|Deer Thrust|鹿突|Katotsu}} Deer Lunge
 
:{{translation|Rear Shadow Scoop|後影すくい|Gokage Sukui}}
 
:{{translation|Rising Shadow|昇影|Shōei}}
 
:{{translation|Falling Shadow|落影|Rakuei}}
 
:{{translation|Flying Shadow|飛影|Hiei}}
 
:{{translation|Eat This!|これでも食らえ!|Kore demo kurae!}}
 
:{{translation|Now! Chōji!|今だ!チョウジ!|Imada! Chōji!}}
 
:{{translation|I'll still go!<sup>?</sup>|まだまだいくぜ!|Madamada Ikuze!}}
 
:{{translation|Through the Portrait Technique<sup>?</sup>|真影拘りの術|Shin'ei Kakawari no Jutsu}} (Not sure if there's a pun in this one)
 
:{{translation|Kill in a Blink|瞬目殺|Shunmokusatsu}} (Actually performed by Asuma)
 
:{{translation|Chakra Vibrating Blade|チャクラ振動刃|Chakura Shindōha}} (Actually performed by Asuma)
 
 
Rock Lee
 
:{{translation|Green Flash|碧い閃光|Aoi Senkō}} Blue Flash (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Strong Shoulder Breakthrough|剛肩突破|Gōken Toppa}} Ferocious Shoulder Breakthrough (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Falling Leaves Heavenly Dance|落葉天舞|Rakuyō Tenbu}} Heavenly Dance of Falling Leaf (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Whirlwind Destruction|旋風裂破<sup>?</sup>|Senpū Reppa}} Hurricane Destruction (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|??? Fist|煉気拳/練気拳/連気拳|Renkiken}} Energy Fist (this is an odd since, since all the sites I got the Japanese were split regarding the first kanji, and I wasn't sure which one to pick going by the game translation)
 
:{{translation|Green Roar|碧い咆哮|Aoi Hōkō}} Blue Roar (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Green Gust|碧い突風|Aoi Toppū}} Blue Gust (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Green Gale|碧い烈風|Aoi Reppū}} Blue Storm (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Green Hurricane|碧い疾風|Aoi Shippū}} Blue Gale (Taijutsu Naruto in UN2)
 
 
Neji:
 
:{{translation|Revolving Rising Foot|旋昇脚|Senshōkyaku}} Rising Turn Kick (Also used by Hinata, but might be a different technique, needs checking in description site above)
 
:{{translation|Small Thrusting Palm|小突掌|Shōtotsushō}} Minor Palm Thrust (Hinata in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Rising Palm|天昇掌|Tenshōshō}} Palm of Rising Heaven (Byakugan Hinata in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Revolving Falling Foot|旋落脚|Senrakukyaku}} Downward Spiral Kick
 
:{{translation|Great Thrusting Palm|大突掌|Daitotsushō}} Major Palm Thrust (Byakugan Hinata in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Chakra Pathway Severing Attack|経裂撃|Keiretsugeki}} Chakra Network Sever Strike (Byakugan Hinata in UN2)
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Kick Wild Dance|天蹴乱舞|Tenshū Ranbu}} Wild Dance of Heaven's Kick (Byakugan Hinata in UN2, Hanabi in UN3)
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Fist Wild Dance|天拳乱舞|Tengen Ranbu}} Wild Dance of Heaven's Fist (Byakugan Hinata in UN2, Hanabi in UN3)
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Palm Wild Dance|天掌乱舞|Tenshō Ranbu}} Wild Dance of Heaven's Palm (Byakugan Hinata in UN2, Hanabi in UN3)
 
:{{translation|Gentle Fist Battering|柔拳乱打|Jūken Randa}} Barrage of Gentle Fists (same situation as Revolving Rising Foot)
 
:{{translation|Hyūga Style Taijutsu|日向流体術|Hyūga Ryū Taijutsu}} (same situation as Revolving Rising Foot)
 
:{{translation|Pressure Point Palm Strike|点穴掌打|Tenketsu Shōda/Shōtei<sup>?</sup>}}
 
 
Hinata:
 
:{{translation|Revolving Rising/Palm Attack|旋昇/掌撃|Senshōgeki}} (found both)
 
:{{translation|Double Thrusting Palms|両突掌|Ryōtotsushō}} Double Palm Thrust
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Palm|天掌|Tenshō}} Heaven's Palm
 
:{{translation|Revolving Falling Palm|旋落掌|Senrakushō}} Downward Spiral Palm
 
:{{translation|Revolving Back Through Palm<sup>?</sup>|旋通背掌|Sentsūhaishō}} Turning Back-Through Palm
 
:{{translation|Revolving Knee Attack|旋膝撃|Senshitsugeki}} Turning Knee Strike
 
:{{translation|Leaping Rising Thrust|跳昇突|Chōshōtotsu}} Jumping Rising Thrust
 
:{{translation|Stepping on Air Foot|踏空脚|Tōkūkyaku}} Stepping on Air Kick
 
:{{translation|Twin Palms Air Attack|双掌空撃|Sōshōkūgeki}} Double Palm Air Strike
 
:{{translation|Chakra Pathway Attack|経絡撃|Keirakugeki}}
 
:{{translation|Gentle Fist Wild Dance|柔拳乱舞|Jūken Ranbu}}
 
:{{translation|Medicine…|お薬…|Oyaku}}
 
 
Haku:
 
:{{translation|Thigh Drilling Bow|穿弓腿|Senkyūtai}} Handstand Kick
 
:{{translation|Mirror Split|鏡割り|Kagamiwari}} Mirror Breaker
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Running Foot|天駆脚|Tengukyaku}} Running Heaven Kick
 
:{{translation|Flash Rotating Foot|閃回脚|Senkaikyaku}} Turning Flask Kick
 
:{{translation|Revolving Gouging Beheading<sup>?</sup>|旋抉斬|Senketsuzan}} Rotating Piercing Slash
 
:{{translation|Rotating Beheading|廻転斬|Kaitenzan}} Spinning Slash
 
:{{translation|Rising Flash Dance|昇閃舞|Shōsenbu}} Dance of Rising Flash
 
:{{translation|Falling Claw Dance|落爪舞|Rakusōbu}} Dance of Falling Claw
 
:{{translation|Aerial Revolving Dance|空旋舞|Kūsenbu}} Dance of Flying Rotation
 
 
Zabuza:
 
:{{translation|Bone Boring Sword|骨抉剣|Kokketsuken}} Bone Piercing Sword
 
:{{translation|???|瞑殺斬|Meisatsuzan<sup>?</sup>}} Death Slash
 
:{{translation|Wave Violent Beheading|波烈斬|Haretsuzan}} Wave Blast Slash
 
:{{translation|Whipping Arm Attack|鞭腕撃|Benwangeki}} Arm Whip Strike
 
:{{translation|Dragon Tail Foot|龍尾脚|Ryūbikyaku}} Dragon Tail Kick
 
:{{translation|Throw|投捨|Nagesute}}
 
:{{translation|Mist Combo Attack|霞連撃|Kasumi Rengeki}}
 
:{{translation|Haze Combo Attack|朧連撃|Oboro Rengeki}}
 
:{{translation|Mist Shadow Combo Attack|霧影連撃|Muei Rengeki}}
 
:{{translation|Strike|叩撃|Kōgeki}}
 
:{{translation|Beheading Forest<sup>?</sup>|斬林|Kirin/Zanrin<sup>?</sup>}}
 
 
Gaara:
 
:{{translation|Waving Pursuit Sand|波追砂|Hatsuisa}} Sand Wave Pursuit
 
:{{translation|Flowing Wall Sand|流壁砂|Ryūhekisa}} Flowing Wall of Sand
 
:{{translation|Erupting Dust Sand|噴塵砂|Funjinsa}} Erupting Sandstorm
 
:{{translation|Gripping Sand|握砂|Akusa}} Sand Clutch
 
:{{translation|Waterfall Quicksand|瀑流砂|Bakuryūsa}} Sandfall Flow
 
:{{translation|Waterfall Binding Sand|瀑縛砂|Bakubakusa}} Sandfall Bind
 
:{{translation|Rising Waterfall Sand|昇瀑砂|Shōbakusa}} Rising Sandfall
 
:{{translation|Falling Waterfall Sand|落瀑砂|Rakubakusa}} Falling Sandfall
 
:{{translation|Aerial Waterfall Sand|空瀑砂|Kūbakusa}} Flying Sandfall
 
 
Orochimaru:
 
:{{translation|Obliterating Katana|滅殺刀|Messatsugatana/Messatsujin?}} Destruction Sword
 
:{{translation|Twin Darkness|双闇|Sōan}} Double Darkness
 
:{{translation|Darkness Heavenly Dance|闇天舞|Yami Tenbu}} Heavenly Dance of Darkness
 
:{{translation|Darkness Kagura|闇神楽|Yami Kagura}} Sacred Dance of Darkness
 
:{{translation|Corpse Eating|躯食み|Mukuro Hami}} Snake Trap
 
:{{translation|Murdering Blade|殺刃|Satsujin}} Death Blade (pun 殺人 murder)
 
:{{translation|Tearing Blade|裂刃|Retsujin}}
 
:{{translation|Splitting Blade|割刃|Katsujin}}
 
:{{translation|Dust Cloud Violent Wave|風塵烈波|Fūjin Reppa}}
 
:{{translation|Killing Intent Blade|殺意の刃|Satsui no Jin}}
 
:{{translation|Death Blade|死の刃|Shi no Jin}}
 
 
Cursed Seal Sasuke:
 
:Slicing Punch
 
:Neck Snapping Kick
 
:Dark Flower Kick
 
:Scythe Kick
 
:Shatter Darkness Kick
 
:Back Slash Blow
 
:Spin Dance of Doomed Sky
 
:Spin Dance of Imperial Flame
 
:Spin Dance of Black Flame
 
 
Nine-Tails Naruto:
 
:Fox Barrage
 
:Howling Fox Claw
 
:Nine-Tailed Fox Rising Dragon
 
:Feral Attack
 
:Howling Fox Shot
 
:Fox Tail Kick
 
:Sweeping Leg Dance
 
:Spin Kick
 
:Triple Attack
 
 
[[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 19:03, January 26, 2013 (UTC)
 
 
== Ultimate Ninja 2 ==
 
Now for UN2. There's a link in one of the previous sections to where I got the kanji from.
 
 
Naruto:
 
:{{translation|Super Violent Strike|超激打|Chō Gekiuchi}} Super Crush Hit
 
:{{translation|Temari Kick|手鞠蹴り|Temari Keri}} Temari Ball Kick
 
:{{translation|Clone Combo|分身コンボ|Bunshin Konbo}}
 
:{{translation|Great Kick Rage|大蹴激|Daishūgeki}} Giant Kick Fury
 
:{{translation|Crimson Rasengan|紅蓮螺旋丸|Guren Rasengan}}
 
 
Sasuke:
 
:{{translation|Rising Fire Foot|昇火脚|Shōkakyaku}} Rising Fire Kick
 
:{{translation|Flame Combo/Blaze Barrage<sup>?</sup>|炎連弾|Enrendan}}
 
:{{translation|Shoulder Throw|背負い投げ|Seoinage}}
 
:{{translation|Peerless Hurricane Formation|無双疾風陣|Musō Shippūjin}} Hurricane Formation
 
:{{translation|Sharingan: Invocation|写輪眼・発動|Sharingan: Hatsudō}}
 
:{{translation|Cursed Seal Invocation|呪印発動|Juin Hatsudō}}
 
:{{translation|Chidori: ???|千鳥・二発目|Chidori: Nipatsume}}
 
:{{translation|Prohibited ???|禁断の三発目|Kindan no Sanpatsume}}
 
:{{translation|Cursed ???呪いの四発目|Noroi no Yonpatsume}}
 
 
Sakura:
 
:{{translation|Rupture Combo|断裂コンボ|Danretsu Konbo}}
 
:{{translation|Maiden's Anger|乙女の怒り|Otome no Ikari}}
 
:{{translation|Kick Combo|足蹴コンボ|Ashige Konbo}} Leg Kick Combo
 
:{{translation|Crook Repulsing Technique|悪漢撃退術|Akkan Gekitai Jutsu}} Thug Repulsion Leg Jutsu
 
:{{translation|Rotating Murdering Method|回転殺法|Kaiten Sappō}} Rotating Strike
 
:{{translation|???|しゃーんなろー!|Shan'naro!}}
 
 
Rock Lee:
 
:{{translation|Triple Strong Leg|三連剛脚|Sanren Gōkyaku}} Triple Ferocious Kick
 
:{{translation|Eight Sages Combo|八仙連弾|Hassen Rendan}} Eight-Hermit Barrage
 
:{{translation|Green Whirlwind|碧い旋風|Aoi Senpū]} Blue Tornado (Taijutsu Naruto)
 
:{{translation|Weight Release|ウエイト解除|Ueito Kaijo}}
 
:{{translation|Reverse Lotus Commencement|Ura Renge Kaishi}}
 
 
Neji:
 
:{{translation|Heaven Falling Foot|天降脚|Tengokyaku/Amakuda Kyaku<sup>?</sup>}}
 
:{{translation|Rotating Palm Strike|旋掌打|Senshōda}} (Byakugan Hinata)
 
:{{translation|Colliding Back Twin Feet|衝背双脚|Shōhaisōkyaku}} Colliding Back Both Feet
 
 
Tenten:
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Soaring Beheading|暗器術・翔斬|Ankijutsu: Shōzan}} Concealed Jutsu: Soaring Slash
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Passing Bullet|暗器術・通弾|Ankijutsu: Tsūdan}} Concealed Jutsu: Piercing Shot
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Colliding Steel|暗器術・衝鋼|Ankijutsu: Shōkō}} Concealed Jutsu: Steel Impact
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Thorn|暗器術・荊|Ankijutsu: Ibara}} Concealed Jutsu: Thorn
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Flight|暗器術・飛翔|Ankijutsu: Hishō}} Concealed Jutsu: Soaring
 
:{{translation|Falling Smash Foot|降砕脚|Kōsaikyaku}} Falling Smash Kick
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Beheading Thrust|暗器術・斬突|Ankijutsu: Zantotsu}} Concealed Jutsu: Slash Thrust
 
:{{translation|Medullary Attack|延髄撃|Enzuigeki}} Medullary Strike
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Wind Bind|暗器術・風縛|Ankijutsu: Kazeshibari}} Concealed Jutsu: Wind Paralysis
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Beheading Air|暗器術・斬空|Ankijutsu: Zankū}} Concealed Jutsu: Air Slash
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Steel Swing|暗器術・鋼振|Ankijutsu: Kōshin}} Concealed Jutsu: Steel Swing
 
:{{translation|Concealed Weapon Technique: Direct Steel|暗器術・直鋼|Ankijutsu: Chokkō}} Concealed Jutsu: Direct Steel
 
:{{translation|Ninja Tool Summoning|忍具口寄せ|Ningu Kuchiyose}}
 
 
Shikamaru:
 
:{{translation|Deer Fall|鹿落|Karaku}} Deer Drop
 
:{{translation|Rear Shadow Lift|後影拾い|Gokage Hiroi?Sukui}}
 
:{{translation|Rear Shadow Drop|後影落とし|Gokage Otoshi}}
 
:{{translation|Shadow Imitation: Bomb|影真似・爆弾|Kagemane: Bakudan}}
 
:{{translation|Shadow Imitation: Kunai|影真似・クナイ|Kagemane: Kunai}}
 
 
Chōji:
 
:{{translation|Angry Table Flipping|ちゃぶ台返し|Chabudaigaeshi}} Low Table Reversal
 
:{{translation|Bale Crushing|俵崩し|Tawara Kuzushi}} Bale Collapse
 
:{{translation|Tub Drop|たらい落とし|Tarai Otoshi}}
 
:{{translation|Mochi Pounding|餅突き|Mochi Tsuki}}
 
:{{translation|Human Dango Bullet|肉弾子|Nikudango}} Meat Ball (pun: 肉団子 Nikudango)
 
:{{translation|Floating Arrival|浮来|Furai}}
 
:{{translation|Fried|空揚|Karaage}} Deep Fry
 
:{{translation|Tempura|天怖羅|Tenpura}} maybe 天麩羅?
 
:{{translation|Falling Star|落下星|Rakkasei}}
 
:{{translation|Fleeing|遁足|Tonsoku}} maybe遁走/Tonsō? Flee
 
:{{translation|Great Mix|大混|Daikon}}? Daikon
 
:{{translation|Shrimp Rotation|海老転|Ebiten}} Shrimp Spin
 
:{{translation|Super Fly Swatter|超ハエたたき|Chō Haetataki}}
 
 
Ino:
 
:{{translation|Cattleya Dancing in the Wind|風に舞うカトレア|Kaze ni Mau Katorea}}
 
:{{translation|Eucalyptus Wind|ユーカリの風|Yūkari no Kaze}}
 
:{{translation|Amaryllis Dance|アマリリスの踊り Amaririsu no Odori}}
 
:{{translation|Achillea Step|アキレアのステップ|Akirea no Suteppu}}
 
:{{translation|Liatris Feelings|リアトリスの想い|Riatorisu no Omoi}}
 
:{{translation|Dancing Star Lily|踊るヒメユリ|Odoru Himeyuri}} Dancing Lily
 
:{{translation|Rose Blow|バラの一撃|Bara no Ichigeki}} Rose Strike
 
:{{translation|Impatiens Rejection|ホウセンカの拒絶|Hōsenka no Kyozetsu}}
 
:{{translation|Clover Promise|クローバーの約束|Kurōbā no Yakusoku}} Promise of the Clover
 
:{{translation|Cyclamen Scent|シクラメンの香り|Shikuramen no Kaori}} Cyclamen Fragrance
 
:{{translation|Soaproot Flight|カスミソウの飛翔|Kasumisō no Hishō}} Flight of the Soaproot
 
:{{translation|Sadness Marigold|悲しみのキンセンカ|Kanashimi no Kinsenka}} Sadness of the Marigold
 
:{{translation|Nerine Riding the Wind|風に乗るネリネ|Kaze ni Noru Nerine}}
 
:{{translation|Shinobi Flower Wolfsbane|忍花鳥兜|Shinobi Hanatorikabuto}} Ninja Wolfsbane
 
 
Kiba:
 
:{{translation|Soaring Fang|翔牙|Shōga}}
 
:{{translation|Combo Claw|連爪|Renzume}} Fang Combo
 
:{{translation|Swift Foot|疾脚|Shikkyaku/Hayashi?}} Swift Kick
 
:{{translation|Akamaru Combo Attack|赤丸連撃|Akamaru Rengeki}} Akamaru Combo
 
:{{translation|Swift Claw|疾爪|Shizume}} Swift Fang
 
:{{translation|Claw and Fang|爪牙|Sōga}} Tooth and Claw
 
:{{translation|Beast Electricity|獣電|Jūden}} Beast Lightning
 
:{{translation|Rising Twin Feet|昇双脚|Shōsōkyaku}} Rising Double Kick
 
:{{translation|Rotating Twin Feet|転双脚|Tensōkyaku}} Rolling Double Kick
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Tearing Claw|天裂爪|Tenretsusō}} Slicing Fang of Sky
 
:{{translation|? Beast Foot|戯獣脚|Gijūkyaku}} Transient Beast Kick maybe 擬?
 
:{{translation|Beast Kick Rage|獣蹴激|Jūshūgeki}} Beast Crush Kick
 
 
Shino:
 
:{{translation|Revolving Circle Insects|旋円蟲|Sen'enchū}} Turning Circle of Insects
 
:{{translation|Colliding Insects|衝突蟲|Shōtotsuchū}} Impact Insects
 
:{{translation|Insect Revolving Foot|蟲旋脚|Chūsenkyaku}} Insect Spiral Kick
 
:{{translation|Insect Wave Fist|蟲波拳|Chūhaken}}
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Insect Murder|天蟲殺|Tenchūsatsu}}
 
:{{translation|Crawling Insects|這面蟲|Shamenchū}}
 
:{{translation|Insect Fist Strike|蟲拳打|Chūkenda}} Insect Fist Hit
 
:{{translation|Instant Insect Attack|瞬蟲撃|Shunchūgeki}} Instant Insect Strike
 
:{{translation|Raiding Insects?|襲降蟲|Shūkōchū}} Raid of Insects
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Soaring Insects|天翔蟲|Tenshōchū}} Soaring Insects of Sky
 
:{{translation|Insect Falling Foot|蟲降脚|Chūkōkyaku}} Insect Drop Kick
 
:{{translation|Shaking Insects|震振蟲|Shinshinchū}} Throbbing Insects
 
:{{translation|Insect Binding Technique|蟲縛りの術|Mushi Shibari no Jutsu}} Insect Paralysis Jutsu
 
:{{translation|Parasitic Destruction Insect: Swarm|寄壊蟲・簇|Kikaichū: Zoku}}
 
 
Hinata:
 
:{{translation|Revolving Palm Attack|旋掌撃|Senshōgeki}} Turning Palm Strike
 
:{{translation|Double Assault|両突撃|Ryōtotsugeki}} Double Thrust Strike
 
:{{translation|Palm Twin Strike|掌双打|Shōsōda}} Double Palm Hit
 
:{{translation|Revolving Palm Combo Dance|旋掌連舞|Senshō Renbu}} Turning Palm Dance Barrage
 
:{{translation|Rotating Back Palm|転背掌|Tenhaishō}} Rolling Back Palm
 
:{{translation|Overcompensation Medicine|超回復薬|Chōkaifukuyaku}}
 
 
Gaara:
 
:{{translation|Soaring Formation Sand|翔陣砂|Shōjinsa}} Soaring Sand Formation
 
:{{translation|Binding Falling Sand|縛落砂|Bakurakusa}} Falling Sand Paralysis
 
:{{translation|Binding Leaping Sand|縛跳砂|Bakuchōsa}} Splashing Sand Paralysis
 
 
Kankurō:
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Windhole|傀儡・風穴|Kugutsu: Kazaana}} Puppet: Hole of Wind
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Haze Spinning Top|傀儡・朧独楽|Kugutsu: Oborogoma}} Puppet: Hazy Spin
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Confession|傀儡・懺悔|Kugutsu: Sange}}
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Mist Spinning Top|傀儡・霞独楽|Kugutsu: Kasumigoma}} Puppet: Misty Spin
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Judge|傀儡・裁|Kugutsu: Sabaki}} Puppet: Judgment
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Flowing Blade|傀儡・流刃|Kugutsu: Ryūjin}}
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Reverse Handcart|傀儡・逆手車|Kugutsu: Sakate Guruma}} Puppet: Revert Pushcart (pun)
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Reverse Flying Handcart|傀儡・逆手飛車|Kugutsu: Sakate Hisha}} Puppet: Revert Flying Pushcart (pun)
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Nothingness Beheading|傀儡・無斬|Kugutsu: Muzan}} Puppet: Slash of Nothingness (pun無残 cruelty/atrocity/tragedy/misery)
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Twin Wail|傀儡・双哭|Kugutsu: Sōkoku}} Puppet: Double Scream
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Manji Cannon|傀儡・卍砲|Kugutsu: Manjihō}} Puppet: Manji Shot
 
:{{translation|Puppet: Dark Bind|傀儡・闇縛|Kugutsu: Anbaku}} Puppet: Dark Paralysis
 
 
Temari:
 
:{{translation|Dance of the Wind God|風神の舞|Fūjin no Mai}} Fujin's Dance
 
:{{translation|Fan Whirlwind|扇旋風|Sensenpū}} Fan Tornado
 
:{{translation|Breath of the Earth Dragon|地龍の息|Jiryū no Iki}}
 
:{{translation|Rotating Fan Blade|回扇刃|Kaisenjin}} Spinning Fan Blade
 
:{{translation|Windstorm Rising Wall|暴風昇壁|Bōfū Shōheki}} Rising Tempest Wall
 
:{{translation|Axe Fan Falling|斧扇降|Fusenkō}} Falling Fan Axe
 
:{{translation|Hurricane Blade|疾風刃|Shippūjin}} Gale Blade
 
:{{translation|Dream Fan Dance|夢扇舞|Musenmai}} Dance of the Dream Fan
 
:{{translation|Phantom Fan Dance|幻扇舞|Gensenmai}} Dance of the Phantasm Fan
 
:{{translation|Rotating Fan Blade|転身扇刃|Tenshin Senjin}}
 
:{{translation|Axe Fan Helmet Splitter|斧扇兜割|Fusen Kabutowari}} Axe Fan Helmet Break
 
:{{translation|Fan Flash|扇一閃|Ōgi Issen}}
 
:{{translation|Fanning Wind Roaring Wall|扇風轟壁|Senpū Gōheki}} Rumbling Fan Wind Wall
 
 
Kakashi:
 
:{{translation|Slipping Foot|滑脚|Kakkyaku}} Sliding Kick
 
:{{translation|Bare Thrust|素突|Sototsu}}
 
:{{translation|Sky Tomoe|空巴|Sora Tomoe}} Air Somersault
 
:{{translation|The Origin of That Name|その名の由来|Sono Na no Yurai}} The Origin of its Name
 
 
Guy:
 
:{{translation|Ascension Upper|昇天アッパー|Shōten Appā}} Rise-to-Sky Uppercut
 
:{{translation|Hot-Blooded Straight|熱血ストレート|Nekketsu Sutorēto}} Hot-Blooded Straight Right
 
:{{translation|Steel Kick|鋼鉄キック|Kōtetsu Kikku}} Kick of Steel
 
:{{translation|Heart and Soul Body Blow|入魂ボディーブロー|Niyūkon Bodīburō?}}
 
:{{translation|Ascension Kick|昇天キック|Shōten Kikku}} Rise-to-Sky Kick
 
:{{translation|Steel Chop|鋼鉄チョップ|Kōtetsu Choppu}} Chop of Steel
 
:{{translation|Hot-Blooded Kick|熱血キック|Nekketsu Kikku}}
 
:{{translation|One-Legged Batting Form|一本足打法|Ichiban?Ippon'ashi Dahō}} One-Legged Hit Style
 
:{{translation|Rolling Throw|ローリング・スロー|Rōringu Surō}}
 
:{{translation|Rolling Shoot|ローリング・シュート|Rōringu Shūto}}
 
:{{translation|Burning Beat|バーニング・ビート|Bāningu Bīto}}
 
:{{translation|Greatest Hit|グレイテスト・ヒット|Gureitesuto Hitto}}
 
:{{translation|Ningame Rotating Attack|忍亀回転撃|Ningame Kaitengeki}}
 
 
Hiruzen:
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Wild Strike|金剛術・乱れ打ち|Kongōjutsu: Midareuchi}} Adamantine Jutsu: Wild Strike
 
:{{translation|Expanding Staff?|伸身如意|Shinshin Nyoi}} Elastic Nyoi
 
:{{translation|Playing Monkey Foot|遊猿脚|Yūenkyaku}} Playful Monkey Kick
 
:{{translation|Revolving Monkey Foot|旋猿脚|Sen'enkyaku}} Turning Monkey Kick
 
:{{translation|Jaw Split|顎割り|Agitowari}} Jawbreaker
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Earth Splitting|金剛術・大地割り|Kongōjutsu: Daichiwari}} Adamantine Jutsu: Earthbreaker
 
:{{translation|Fangs of the Monkey King|猿王の牙|En'Ō no Kiba}}
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Fishing with a Pole|金剛術・一本釣り|Kongōjutsu: Ipponduri}} Adamantine Jutsu: Single-Rod Fishing
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Great Strike Descend|金剛術・大打降し|Kongōjutsu: Daidakudashi}} Adamantine Jutsu: Great Prang
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Great Launch|金剛術・大打上げ|Kongōjutsu: Ōuchiage}} Adamantine Jutsu: Great Launch
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Cranium Crusher|金剛術・頭蓋砕き|Kongōjutsu: Zugai Kudaki}} Adamantine Jutsu: Cranium Smash
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Technique: Under Thrust|金剛術・裏突き|Kongōjutsu: Uratsuki}} Adamantine Jutsu: Under-Thrust
 
:{{translation|Staff Adamantine Bind|如意金剛縛|Nyoi Kongōbaku}}
 
:{{translation|Soul Beheading|魂魄斬|Konpakuzan}}
 
:{{translation|Soul Bisection|魂魄両断|Konpaku Ryōdan}}
 
 
Jiraiya:
 
:{{translation|Sunshine Bright Flash|陽明閃|Yōmeisen}} Flash of Light
 
:{{translation|Spiralling Palm|螺旋掌|Ransenshō}} Spiral Palm
 
:{{translation|Sage Attack Fall|仙襲落|Senshūraku}} Raid of the Mountain Hermit
 
:{{translation|Permanent Ferocity Song|悠猛歌|Yūmōka}} Song of Eternal Ferocity
 
:{{translation|Lion Dance|獅子舞踊|Shishi Buyō}} Dance of the Lion
 
:{{translation|Magnificent Breeze?|和風堂々|Wafū Dōdō}}
 
:{{translation|Love's Prisoner Rushing Madly Ahead|虜惚猛進|Ryokotsu Mōshin}} Prisoner of Love Rushes Headlong
 
:{{translation|Comet Strike|彗叩|Suikō}}
 
:{{translation|Lightning Depth|雷底|Raitei}} The Depths of Lightning
 
:{{translation|Bamboo Shoot Scratching Stab|筍掻突|Shunsōtotsu}} Scratch Thrust of the Bamboo Shoot
 
:{{translation|Falling Leaves Hammer|落葉槌|Rakuyō Tsuchi}} Hammer of Falling Leaves
 
:{{translation|Passing Years' Palm|歳流掌|Sairyūshō?}} Palm of the Passing Years
 
:{{translation|Underworld Toad Dance|黄泉蝦蟇踊り|Yomi Gama Odori}}
 
:{{translation|Technique Left by the Fourth|四代目の遺した術|Yondaime no Nokoshita Jutsu}}
 
 
Tsunade:
 
:{{translation|Bush Clover Boar|萩猪|Hagii}}
 
:{{translation|Peony Butterfly|牡丹蝶|Botanchō}}
 
:{{translation|Pampas Moon|薄月|Usutsuki}}
 
:{{translation|Crimson Leaves Deer|紅葉鹿|Kōyōka}} Deer of the Autumn Leaves
 
:{{translation|Pine Crane|松鶴|Shōkaku}} Crane of the Pine
 
:{{translation|Chrysanthemum Cup|菊盃|Kiku Sakazuki}} Chrysanthemum Goblet
 
:{{translation|Poulownia ???|桐笥籠|Kirikego}} Poulownia Bowl
 
:{{translation|Crimson Iris|紅菖蒲|Benishōbu}}
 
:{{translation|Wisteria Cuckoo|藤杜鵑|Tōtoken}}
 
:{{translation|Plum Bush Warbler|梅鶯|Baiō}} Plum Warbler
 
:{{translation|Willow Swallow|柳燕|Ryūen}}
 
:{{translation|Cherry Blossom Curtain|桜幕|Sakura Maku}}
 
:{{translation|Super Heel Drop|超かかと落とし|Chō Kakato Otoshi}}
 
:{{translation|Gambling Shoot|博打撃ち|Bakuchi Uchi}}
 
:{{translation|Super Forehead Poke|超デコピン|Chō Dekopin}}
 
:{{translation|Nerve Chaos|神経混乱|Shinkei Konran}}
 
:{{translation|Katsuyu Summons|カツユ召喚|Katsuyu Shōkan}}
 
 
Shizune:
 
:{{translation|Palm Wave|掌波|Shōha}}
 
:{{translation|Combo Blade|連刃|Renba}}
 
:{{translation|Stabbing Foot|刺脚|Shikyaku}} Stabbing Kick (pun 刺客 assassin)
 
:{{translation|Cold Needles|凛針|Rinshin}} Piercing Needles
 
:{{translation|Spirit Foot|心脚|Shinkyaku}} Spirit Kick
 
:{{translation|Flowing Blade|流刃|Ryūba}}
 
:{{translation|Rising Blade|昇刃|Shōba}}
 
:{{translation|???|受劈|Juheki}} Cleaving
 
:{{translation|Revolving Blade|旋刃|Senjin}} (different from Kakashi)
 
:{{translation|Abandon Stab|棄刺|Fujin}} Stabbing Renunciation
 
:{{translation|Palm Sharp|掌尖|Shōsen}} Sharp Palm
 
:{{translation|Wheel Fall|輪落|Rinraku}} Wheel Drop
 
:{{translation|Rotating Beheading|転斬|Tenzan}} Rolling Slash (different from Itachi)
 
:{{translation|Positive Releasing Technique: Style One/Two/Three???|解陽術・一式/二式/三式|Kaiyōjutsu: Isshiki/Nishiki/Sanshiki}} Light Release Jutsu: Style One/Two/Three
 
 
Sealed Orochimaru:
 
:{{translation|Demon Wail Blade|鬼哭の刃|Kikoku no Yaiba}} Blade of the Lamenting Demon
 
:{{translation|Sword of the Dead|亡者の剣|Mōja no Tsurugi}} Sword of the Deceased
 
:{{translation|Corpse Mow Down|屍薙|Shitei}} Corpse Mow-Down
 
:{{translation|Grudging Demon Fence|怨鬼の柵|Enki no Saku}} Fence of the Vengeful Demon
 
:{{translation|Snake Tongue of Hell|奈落の蛇舌|Naraku no Jazetsu}} Snake Tongue of Underworld
 
:{{translation|Hades Blade|冥府の刃|Meifu no Yaiba}} Blade from the Center of Hades
 
:{{translation|Snake Rope|蛇綱|Jazuma}}
 
:{{translation|Soft Neck Throw|軟の頸投/軟の頚投?|Nan no Keitō}}
 
:{{translation|Snake Arrival|蛇来|Jarai}} Snake Grip
 
:{{translation|Blade of Love and Hate|恩讐の刃|Onshū no Yaiba}}
 
:{{translation|Blade of Mark of Grudge|怨痕の刃|Enkon no Yaiba}} Blade of the Vestige of Vengeance (pun 怨恨 enkon enmity/grudge)
 
:{{translation|Dazzling Rotation|眩回|Genkai}}
 
:{{translation|Snake Tongue Sucking Choke?|舌蛇吸咽|Zetsuda Kyūin}} Snake Tongue Sucks In
 
:{{translation|Manda: Underworld Canter|マンダ・黄泉駆け|Manda: Yomigake}} Giant Snake: Underworld Dash
 
:{{translation|Trained Soul Release: Stage One/Two/Three|練気開放・壱段/弐段/参段|Renki Kaihō: Ichidan/Nidan/Sandan}}
 
 
Kabuto:
 
:{{translation|Paralysis Weight|痲錘|Masui}} Anesthesia Weight (pun: 痲酔/Masui/Anesthesia)
 
:{{translation|Puncture|穿刺|Senshi}}
 
:{{translation|Critical? Kick|臨蹴|Rinshū}}
 
:{{translation|Instant Soul?|心刹|Shinsetsu}}
 
:{{translation|Clarity Invasion|冴侵|Goshin?Gojin}} (pun 誤診 misdiagnosis)
 
:{{translation|Steep Blow|陀撲|Daboku?Dahoku}} Fierce Blow (pun 打撲 body blow)
 
:{{translation|Instant Bone?|骨刹|Kossetsu}} (pun 骨折 bone fracture)
 
:{{translation|Abandoned Blaspheme|棄涜|Kitoku}} (pun 危篤 Critical Illness/close to death)
 
:{{translation|Decisive Instant?|決刹|Kessetsu/Kessatsu}} (pun 結節 kessetsu (tuberculosis/stuff between bone and ligament)/結紮 kassetsu ligature)
 
:{{translation|Rotating Deceased|回亡|Kaibō}} Reformed Death (pun 解剖 dissection/autopsy)
 
:{{translation|Interment Frolic/Play|葬戯|Sōgi}} Funeral Game (pun 葬儀 funeral service)
 
:{{translation|Cut Interment|切葬|Kessō}} Cutting Burial (pun 切創 knife wound)
 
:{{translation|Negative Releasing Technique: Style One/Two/Three???|解陰術・一式/二式/三式|Kai injutsu: Isshiki/Nishiki/Sanshiki}} Shadow Release Jutsu: Style One/Two/Three
 
 
Itachi:
 
:{{translation|Rising Drill|昇穿|Shōsen}} Rising Blast
 
:{{translation|Instant Thrust|瞬突|Shuntotsu}}
 
:{{translation|Falling Cut|降刈|Kōkai}} Dropping Cut
 
:{{translation|Twin Moon|双月|Sōgetsu}} Double Moon
 
:{{translation|Floating Moon|浮月|Fugetsu}}
 
:{{translation|Lying Moon|臥月|Kagetsu}}
 
:{{translation|Rotating Kick|転蹴|Tenshū}} Rolling Kick
 
:{{translation|??? Peregrine Falcon|翻隼|Honshun}} Soaring Falcon
 
:{{translation|Falling Peregrine Falcon|落隼|Rakushun}} Dropping Falcon
 
:{{translation|Revolving Beheading|旋斬|Senzan}} Turning Slash
 
:{{translation|Rotating Beheading|転斬|Tenzan}} Rolling Slash (different from Shizune)
 
:{{translation|Dancing Kick|舞蹴|Mushū}} Dancing Slash
 
:{{translation|Shadow Clone: Smash|影分身・砕|Kage Bunshin: Sai}}
 
:{{translation|Shadow Clone: Haze|影分身・朧|Kage Bunshin: Oboro}}
 
:{{translation|Swift Water|迅水|Jinsui}}
 
:{{translation|Hazy Moon|朧月|Oboroduki}} (different from ANBU Kakashi)
 
 
Kisame:
 
:{{translation|Consistent Beheading|一貫斬り|Ikkangiri}} Consistent Slash
 
:{{translation|Reverse Roaring Strike|裏轟打ち|Rigōuchi}} Back Roaring Hit
 
:{{translation|Kick In|蹴込み|Kekomi}}
 
:{{translation|Great Ruler? Drop|大矩おろし|Ōgane Oroshi}} Giant Rectangular Drop
 
:{{translation|Necessary Shaving|要削り|Kaname Kezuri}} Necessary Slashing
 
:{{translation|Forgiveness Piercing Drop?|怒貫おろし|Dokkan?Shokan Oroshi}}
 
:{{translation|Kick Slipping|蹴滑り|Kesuberi}} Kick Slide
 
:{{translation|Back Beheading|背斬り|Segiri}} Back Slash
 
:{{translation|Discard Strike|捨打ち|Suteuchi}} Dump Hit
 
:{{translation|Abatis Beheading|逆茂斬り|Sakamogiri}} Reverse Trimming (pun 逆茂木)
 
:{{translation|???|落掛け|Otoshigake?}} Crossbar
 
:{{translation|Great Dance Beheading|大舞斬り|Ōmaigiri}} Giant Dance Slash
 
:{{translation|Scrapping Destruction Wild Dance|削滅乱舞|Sakumetsu Ranbu}} Mad Dance of Annihilation
 
:{{translation|Scrapping Beheading?|削ぎ斬り|Sogigiri?Kosogigiri}} (pun 削ぎ切り) Diminishing Slash
 
:{{translation|Hungry Beheading?|喰気斬り|Kukigiri?Kurokigiri}} Appetite Slash
 
 
Zabuza:
 
:{{translation|Rotating Back Beheading|転背斬|Tenhaizan}} Spinning Back Slash
 
:{{translation|Scattering Tear Beheading|散裂斬|Sanretsuzan}} Scatter Burst Slash
 
:{{translation|Flying Revolving Sword|飛旋剣|Hisenken}} Flying Turn Slash
 
:{{translation|Beheading Abandon|斬捨|Kirisute}} Discard Slash (pun: 斬捨て御免 kirisutegomen)
 
:{{translation|Cranium Drilling|頭蓋穿|Zugaisen}} Skull-Crusher
 
:{{translation|Hiding in Mist Combo Attack|霧隠連撃|Kirigakurengeki}} Mist-Shrouded Pummeling
 
 
Haku:
 
:{{translation|Ice Dance Performance|氷演舞|Hyōenbu}} Theatre of Ice
 
:{{translation|Soaring Revolving Senbon|翔旋千本|Shōsen Senbon}} Soaring Turn Senbon
 
:{{translation|Soaring Flying Foot|翔飛脚|Shōkikyaku}} Soaring Kick
 
 
Orochimaru:
 
:{{translation|Dark Rotation|闇回|Ankai}}
 
:{{translation|Snake Dance Revolving|蛇踊旋|Jayōsen}} Snake Dance Turn
 
:{{translation|Snake Stroke|蛇撫|Jabu}} Snake Caress
 
:{{translation|Dance of the Sword|剣の舞|Ken no Mai/Tsurugui no Mai}} Blade Dance
 
:{{translation|South Gate and East Gate|南門東門|Nanmon Tōmon}}
 
:{{translation|West Gate and North Gate|西門北門|Seimon Hokumon}}
 
 
Doto Kazahana:
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Amazement Flying Elegance?|天仰翔雅|Tengyō Shōga}}
 
:{{translation|Flowering Violence Hegemonic Kick|花烈蹴覇|Karesshūha}}
 
:{{translation|Jewelled Necklace Hegemonic Trample|瓔珞踏覇|Yōraku Tōha}}
 
:{{translation|Twin Hegemonic Kick|双蹴覇|Sōshūha}}
 
:{{translation|Surging Waves Elegance|怒涛雅|Dotō Miyabi}}
 
:{{translation|Flash Hegemonic Kick|閃蹴覇|Senshūha}}
 
:{{translation|Perpetual Motion|永久機関|Eikyūkikan}}
 
:{{translation|Majestic Flower|威風花|Ifū Hana}}
 
:{{translation|Shining Radiance Fly|耀輝飛|Yōkihi}}
 
:{{translation|Gleaming Grace|煌典雅|Kōtenga}}
 
:{{translation|Spledorous Heavenly Fall|華天落|Katenraku}}
 
:{{translation|Gracious Rising Hegemony|雅昇覇|Gashōha}}
 
 
ANBU Kakashi:
 
:{{translation|Double Beheading|斬二連|Zanniren}} Two-Shot Slash
 
:{{translation|Armour Drilling Thrust|突甲穿|Tokkōsen}} Armor Drill Thrust
 
:{{translation|Beheading Circle Flash|斬円閃|Zanensen}} Round Light Slash
 
:{{translation|Double Mow Down|薙二連Naginiren}} Two-Shot Mow-Down
 
:{{translation|Kick Blade Attack|蹴刃撃|Shūjingeki}} Kick Blade Strike
 
:{{translation|Twin Blade Attack|双刃撃|Sōjingeki}} Double Blade Strike
 
:{{translation|Slipping Kick|滑蹴|Katsushū}} Sliding Kick
 
:{{translation|??? Kick|翻蹴|Honshū}} Soaring Kick
 
:{{translation|Air Rotation|空回|Kūkai}} Air Spin
 
:{{translation|Combo Kick|連蹴|Renshū}} Kick Combo
 
:{{translation|Falling Kick|落蹴|Rakushū}} Drop Kick
 
:{{translation|Rotating Blade Attack|回刃撃|Kaijingeki}} Spinning Blade Strike
 
:{{translation|Young Fang|若き牙|Wakaki Kiba}}
 
:{{translation|???: Awakening Technique|甲式/乙式/丙式・覚醒術|???: Kakuseijutsu}} First/Second/Third Style: Awakening Jutsu
 
 
Nine-Tails Naruto:
 
:{{translation|Insentient Kick|無心蹴り|Mushin Keri}} Arcadius Kick
 
:{{translation|Great Iron Fist|大鉄拳|Daitekken}} Giant Iron Fist
 
:{{translation|Great Strong Foot|大剛脚|Daigōkyaku}} Giant Ferocious Kick
 
:{{translation|Instinct of the Beast|野獣の本能|Yajū no Hon'nō}}
 
:{{translation|Red Chakra Release|赤いチャクラ解放|Akai Chakura Kaihō}}
 
:{{translation|Red Chakra Explosion|赤いチャクラ炸裂|Akai Chakura Sakuretsu}}
 
 
Taijutsu Naruto:
 
:{{translation|Iron Fist Barrage|鉄拳連打|Tekken Renda}} Iron Fist Flurry
 
:{{translation|Green Impact|碧い衝撃|Aoi Shōgeki}} Blue Impact (Rock Lee in UN3)
 
:{{translation|Attacking Thrust Fist|撃突拳|Gekitotsuken}} Smashing Fist
 
:{{translation|???|ナルティメットエントリー|Narutimettoentorī}} Ultimate Entry
 
:{{translation|Naruto Lotus|ナルト蓮華|Naruto Renge}} Primary Lotus
 
:{{translation|Courage One Shot!|勇気の一発!|Yūki no Ippatsu!}} A Blow of Bravery!
 
:{{translation|Fighting Spirit One Shot!|気合の一発!|Kiai no Ippatsu!}} A Blow of Fighting Spirit!
 
:{{translation|Guts One Shot!|根性の一発!|Konjō no Ippatsu!}} A Blow of Mettle!
 
 
Byakugan Hinata:
 
:{{translation|Revolving Rising Strike|旋昇打|Senshōda}} Turning Rising Strike
 
:{{translation|Revolving Combo Foot|旋連脚|Senrenkyaku}} Turning Flurry Kick
 
:{{translation|Earth Cutting Palm|地刈掌|Jigaishō}} Earth Cutter Palm
 
:{{translation|Elbow Crash Strike|肘墜打|Chūtsuida}} Elbow Drop Hit
 
:{{translation|???|壮経・壱/弐/参の態|Sōkei: Ichi/Ni/San no Tai}} Meridian: Fist/Second/Third State
 
 
[[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 02:48, February 23, 2013 (UTC)
 
 
== Ultimate Ninja 3 ==
 
 
And now for UN3. Kanji mostly from [http://playplayplay.web.fc2.com/naruto/index.html here] and rōmaji from faqs from gamefaqs. Kanji from Hanabi's I also got from gamefaqs. A couple characters I got from a few random sites, if you don't find it in the link above, just Google it in quotation marks and you'll find it. [https://www.youtube.com/user/Hayato182004 This person] has videos on the moveset of every character in the game. Just search for Naruto in his videos.
 
 
Chōji:
 
:{{translation|Anti-Figure|反姿|Kaeshi}} Warped Figure
 
:{{translation|Sashimi|刺身}}
 
:{{translation|Strike Track|叩軌|Tataki}} Track Strike
 
:{{translation|Open Track|開軌|Hiraki}} Track Open
 
:{{translation|Bullet Dango|弾子|Dango}} Bullet Child
 
:{{translation|Rice Sesame|米胡麻|Beigoma}}
 
:{{translation|Donburi Throw|曇撫離投げ|Donburi Nage}} (garaigo?)
 
 
Taijutsu Naruto:
 
:{{translation|Green Revolving Attack|碧い旋撃|Aoi Sengeki}} Green Whirling Attack
 
 
Butterfly Chōji:
 
:{{translation|Blue Heavenly Dance|蒼天舞|Sōtenbu}} Blue Sky Dance
 
:{{translation|???|空?砲|Kūtenhō}} Empty Cannonball
 
:{{translation|Twisting Axe|捻転斧|Nentenfu}}
 
:{{translation|瞬??|Shunshinkō}} Instant Smash
 
:{{translation|???|空天翔?|Kūtenshō}} Flying Heaven
 
:{{translation|Falling Dragon Spear|降龍槍|Kōryūsō}} Falling Dragon Spear
 
:{{translation|Comet Thrust|彗星突|Suiseitotsu}} Shooting Star Thrust
 
:{{translation|???|???|Tenku'u}} Pegasus Wing
 
:{{translation|Air Pressure Beheading|空圧斬|Kūatsusen}} Air Pressure Slash
 
:{{translation|Flying Revolving Foot|飛転脚|Hitenkyaku}} Flying Spin Kick
 
:{{translation|Tearing Air Rising|裂空昇|Rekkūshō}} Rising Air Slice
 
:{{translation|Beheading Heavenly Axe|斬天斧|Sentenfu}} Slashing Heaven Axe
 
:{{translation|Butterfly ? Angry Throw|蝶抜怒投|Chōhatsu Dotō}} Butterfly Rage Throw
 
:{{translation|Butterfly Bullet Exploding|蝶弾爆裂|Chōdan Bakuretsu}} Butterfly Bomb Sever
 
 
Shukaku Gaara:
 
:{{translation|Sand Heaven|砂天|Saten}} Sand Sky
 
:{{translation|Sand Arm Attack|砂腕撃|Sawangeki}} Sand Arm Blow
 
:{{translation|Heavy Sand Tail|砂重の尾|Sajū no O}} Sand Tail
 
:{{translation|Violent Sand|烈砂|Retsusa}} Fierce Sand
 
:{{translation|Raving Sand Erupting Dust?|暴砂噴塵|Bōsafunjin}} Sand Erupting Dust
 
:{{translation|Running Sand Chewing Bullet|轢砂噛弾|Rekisagōdan}} Sand Bullet
 
:{{translation|Sand Tanuki Body Cannon|砂狸躯砲|Sarikuhō}} Sand Cannonball
 
:{{translation|Quicksand Scrapping Attack|流砂削激|Ryūsasakugeki}} Sand Blast
 
:{{translation|Shoot to Heaven?|放天|Hōten}} Heaven Release
 
:{{translation|Erupting Sand Waterfall Bullet|噴砂瀑弾|Funsabakudan}} Erupting Sand Bullet
 
:{{translation|Angry Sand|怒砂|Dosha}} Raging Sand (pun土砂)
 
:{{translation|Waterfall Flow Calamity Pebbles|瀑流禍礫|Bakuryūkareki}} Pellet Stream
 
 
Hanabi:
 
:{{translation|Circle Rising Strike|輪昇打|Rinshōda}} Rising Circle Strike
 
:{{translation|Cannon Charge|砲突撃|Hōtotsugeki}} Cannonball Charge
 
:{{translation|Below Heaven Crumbling Attack|下天崩撃|Getenhōgeki}} Earth Destruction Attack
 
:{{translation|Revolving Palm|旋回掌|Senkaishō}} Whirling Palm
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Thrust Repeating Palm|天突連掌|Tentotsu Renshō}} Heaven Thrust Repeating Palm
 
:{{translation|Lake Surface Twin Feet|湖面双脚|Komen Sōkyaku}} Lake Surface Twin Kick
 
:{{translation|White Explosive Chakra Palm|白爆経掌|Byakubakukeishō}}
 
:{{translation|Leaping Back Both Feet|跳背両脚|Chōhai Ryōkyaku}} Jumping Double Back Kick
 
:{{translation|Heaven Seizing Cannon Palm|天掴砲掌|Tenhaku Hōshō}} Seizing Heaven Cannonball Palm
 
:{{translation|Violent Flower? Palm|烈華掌|Rekkashō}} Fierce Palm
 
:{{translation|Windmill|風車|Kazaguruma}}
 
 
Neji:
 
:{{translation|Blue Sky Sublimation Foot|蒼空昇華脚|Sōkū Shōkakyaku}} Rising Blue Sky Kick
 
:{{translation|Tearing Pathway Triple Attack|破経三連撃|Hakei Sanrengeki}} Chakra Network Triple Attack
 
:{{translation|Blue Burial Striking Combo Attack|蒼葬襲連撃|Sōsō Shūrengeki}} Blue Burial Attack
 
:{{translation|Striking Heaven Crumbling Attack|襲天崩撃|Shūten Hōgeki}} Collapsing Heaven Attack
 
:{{translation|Instant Pathway Combo Thrust|瞬経連突|Shunkei Rentotsu}} Instant Charka Network Barrier
 
:{{translation|Infinite Pathway Thrust|無限経突|Mugen Keitotsu}}
 
 
Kiba:
 
:{{translation|Rising Fang|昇牙|Shōga}}
 
:{{translation|Whirlwind Fang|旋風牙|Senpūga}}
 
:{{translation|Typhoon Claw|台風爪|Taifūsō}}
 
:{{translation|Hundred Animal Claws Attack|百獣爪襲|Hyaku Jūsōshū}} 100 Animal Claw Attack
 
 
Jiraiya:
 
:{{translation|Vagabond Ruffian|風来無頼|Fūrai Burai}}
 
:{{translation|???|千両躍者|Senryō Yakusha}} Energetic One (pun 千両役者)
 
 
Jirōbō:
 
:{{translation|Rock Throw|岩投|Gantō}} Stone Throw
 
:{{translation|Releasing Strike|放打|Hōda}}
 
:{{translation|Punishing Palm|伐掌|Basshō}} Cutting Palm
 
:{{translation|Strong Thrust|剛突|Gōtotsu}} Heavy Thrust
 
:{{translation|Lightning Greatness|雷豪(轟?)|Raigō}} Lightning Roar
 
:{{translation|Violent Cannon|暴砲|Bōhō}} Violent Cannonball
 
:{{translation|Rising Lightning|昇雷|Shōrai}} Rising Thunder
 
:{{translation|Falling Attack|落撃|Rakugeki}} Drop Attack
 
:{{translation|Falling Body|落体|Rakutai}} Body Drop
 
 
Cursed Seal Jirōbō:
 
:{{translation|??? Elbow Attack|?肘撃|Gōchūgeki}} Elbow Strike
 
:{{translation|Earth Severing ???|地断?|Jidanda}} Earth Severing
 
:{{translation|(Earth and Heaven?)??? Heaven Cannon|(土天砲?)?天砲|Dottenbō?Dotenbō}} Earth and Heaven Cannonball (rōmaji I found for this has two t, but I can't find any kanji that would make sense like that based on the English translation)
 
:{{translation|Stomp Pressure|踏圧|Tōatsu}}
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Attack|天撃|Tengeki}} Heaven Attack
 
 
Kimimaro:
 
:{{translation|Camellia|椿|Tsubaki}}
 
:{{translation|Deutzia|空木|Utsugi}}
 
:{{translation|Alder|夜叉五倍子|Yashabushi}}
 
:{{translation|Honeysuckle|吸葛/忍冬?|Suikazura}}
 
:{{translation|Willow|柳|Yanagi}}
 
 
Cursed Seal Kimimaro: (there's an image for one of his techniques listed here that we already use wrongly for one of the techniques of him we already have, I think it's Nejirihana)
 
:{{translation|Drooping Flower?|枝垂れ華|Shidarehana}}? Hanging Flower
 
:{{translation|Trifoliate Orange|枳|Karatachi}}
 
:{{translation|Alpine Clematis|深山半鐘|Miyama Hanshō}}
 
:{{translation|Sonchus Oleraceus|鬼野芥子|Oninogeshi}}
 
:{{translation|Uncaria|???|Kagikazura}}
 
:{{translation|Vine|蔓|Tsuru}} Creeper
 
:{{translation|Frog|剣山|Kenzan}}
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Flower|天華|Tenka}}
 
:{{translation|???|???|Rikka}} Standing Flower
 
:{{translation|???|???|Hōkihana}} Shooting Flower
 
:{{translation|Vine and Flower|蔓と花|Tsuru to Hana}}
 
 
Kidōmaru:
 
:{{translation|Spider Leg Return|蜘蛛足返し|Kumoashi Gaeshi}} Spider Leg Counter
 
:{{translation|Sticky Gold Thorn|粘金棘刺|Nenkin Kyokushi}} Malleable Metal Stab
 
:{{translation|Sticky Gold Biting Jaw|粘金咬顎|Nenkin Kōkaku}} Malleable Metal Jaw Bite
 
:{{translation|Spider Leg Claw Cut|蜘蛛足爪裁|Kumoashi Sōsai}} Spider Foot Claw Cut
 
:{{translation|Spider Revolving Axe|蜘蛛旋斧|Kumosenfu}} Spider Spiral Axe
 
:{{translation|Spider Sticking Spit: Dancing Bird Capture|蜘蛛粘吐・舞鳥捕獲|Kumo Nento: Maidori Hokaku}} Spider Gum: Dancing Bird Capture
 
:{{translation|Spider Sticking Spit: Crawling Insect Capture|蜘蛛粘吐・這虫捕獲|Kumo Nento: Haimushi Hokaku}} Spider Gum: Crawling Insect Capture
 
:{{translation|Spider Sticking Spit: Halfway Around the Earth|蜘蛛粘吐・天下半周|Kumo Nento: Tenka Hanshū}} Spider Gum: Halfway Around the Earth
 
:{{translation|Spider Sticking Spit: Wrapping Thread|蜘蛛粘吐・纏糸|Kumo Nento: Tenshi}} Spider Gum: Clad String
 
:{{translation|Spider Rising Spear|蜘蛛昇槍|Kumoshōsō}}
 
:{{translation|Ceiling Crawl Fall|天井這落|Tenjō Sharaku}} Ceiling Crawl Drop
 
:{{translation|Eight Boats Spider Leg|八艘蜘蛛足|Hassō Kumoashi}} 8 Ship Spider Leg
 
 
Cursed Seal Kidōmaru:
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: Shot|蜘蛛戦弓・放射|Kumo Senkyū: Hōsha}} Spider Bow: Shot
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: Wagtail|蜘蛛戦弓・鶺鴒|Kumo Senkyū: Sekirei}} Spider Bow: Wagtail
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: Falling Shot|蜘蛛戦弓・降射|Kumo Senkyū: Kōsha}} Spider Bow: Dropping Shot
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: Peerless Shot|蜘蛛戦弓・無双放射|Kumo Senkyū: Musōhōsha}} Spider Bow: Ultra Shot
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: One Point Shot|蜘蛛戦弓・一点放射|Kumo Senkyū: Ittenhōsha}} Spider Bow: One Point Shot
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: Cloud Dragon Shot Hunt|蜘蛛戦弓・雲龍射猟|Kumo Senkyū: Unryūsharyō}} Spider Bow: Cloud Dragon Bow Hunt
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: Sea Surface Parting Shot|蜘蛛戦弓・海面割射|Kumo Senkyū: Kaimenkassha}} Spider Bow: Sea Parting Shot
 
:{{translation|Spider War Bow: ??? Shot|蜘蛛戦弓・?経?射|Kumo Senkyū: Jōkeisosha}} Spider Bow: Chakra Shot
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Spider Binding|天蜘蛛縛り|Amagumo Shibari}} Heaven Spider Web Net
 
:{{translation|Obliterating ? Bow|滅殺強弓|Messatsu Gōkyū}} Destruction Power Bow
 
 
Minato:
 
:{{translation|Instant Rotating Rising Kick|瞬転昇蹴|Shuntenshōshū}} Instant Rising Kick
 
:{{translation|Shooting Light Flash|射光閃|Shakōsen}} Shooting Flash
 
:{{translation|Radiant Blade Flash|輝刃閃|Kijinsen}} Shining Blade Flash
 
:{{translation|Triple Light Flash|三光閃|Sankōsen}} Triple Flash
 
:{{translation|Rising Lightning Flash|昇雷閃|Shōraisen}} Rising Thunder Flash
 
:{{translation|Light Particle Kick|粒光脚|Ryūkōkyaku}}
 
:{{translation|Swift Light Bullet|疾光弾|Shikkōdan}} Lightning Bullet
 
:{{translation|Homecoming Light Flash|帰光閃|Kikōsen}} Returning Light Flash
 
:{{translation|Falling Lightning Blade|落雷刃|Rakuraijin}}
 
:{{translation|Thunderclap Flash|迅雷閃|Jinraisen}} Lightning Flash
 
:{{translation|Instant Light|瞬光|Shunkō}}
 
 
Konohamaru: (while looking for this, I might have removed some characters that seemed to be just phonetic indicators, kinda like his -kore, to be able to get a proper translation)
 
:{{translation|Konohamaru Corps Theatre|木ノ葉丸軍団劇場|Konohamaru Gundam Gekijō}} Konohamaru Ninja Squad Theater
 
:{{translation|You Can't See Me!|見えないだろ!|Mienaidarō!}}
 
:{{translation|Spin, Spin, Bam!|ぐるぐどか~ん!|Gurugurudokkan!}}
 
:{{translation|I Got You!|かかったな!|Kakattana!}}
 
:{{translation|Fly Away!|飛んでけ!|Tondeke!}}
 
:{{translation|Jump Over!|飛び越えろ!|Tobikoero!}}
 
:{{translation|Keep Away From Me!|こっち来るなコレ!|Kotchikurunakore!}}
 
:{{translation|Go Away!|あっち行けコレ!|Atchiike kore!}}
 
:{{translation|Thump|ごっつんこ!|Gottsunko!}}
 
:{{translation|Slam!|ぴった~ん!|Pittan!}}
 
:{{translation|Ninja Tool ???|忍具ぽいぽい!|Ningu Poipoi!}}
 
 
Manda (Orochimaru Summon):
 
:{{translation|Snake Tail Mow Down?|蛇尾薙?|Dabinagi}}
 
:{{translation|???|軍陀羅?|Gundara}}
 
:{{translation|Gods?|神々|Kamigami}}
 
 
Katsuyu (Tsunade Summon):
 
:{{translation|Flexibility|柔軟|Jūnan}}?
 
:{{translation|Bone Oil|骨油|Kotsuyu}}?
 
 
Guy:
 
:{{translation|Hot-Blooded Front Lotus|熱血表蓮華|Nekketsu Omote Renge}} Hot-Blooded Primary Lotus
 
 
Anko:
 
:{{translation|Ring Snake Rotating Foot|輪蛇転脚|Rinjatenkyaku}} Ring Snake Kick
 
:{{translation|Hidden Shadow Snake Hands: Snake Thrust/Stab|潜影蛇手・蛇突|Sen'eijashu: Jatotsu}} Striking Shadow Snake: Snake Thrust
 
:{{translation|Hidden Shadow Snake Hands: Snake Fall|潜影蛇手・蛇降|Sen'eijashu: Jakō}} Striking Shadow Snake: Snake Fall
 
:{{translation|Blade Snake Hidden Shadow|刃蛇潜影|Haja Sen'ei}} Blade Snake Shadow
 
:{{translation|Pursuing Snake Foot Rising|追蛇脚昇|Tsuijakyakushō}} Pursuing Snake Rising Kick
 
:{{translation|Hidden Shadow Snake Hands: Snake Whip|潜影蛇手・蛇鞭|Sen'eijashu: Jaben}} Striking Shadow Snake: Snake Whip
 
:{{translation|Crawling Snake Drilling Foot|這蛇穿脚|Hajasenkyaku}} Slithering Snake Thrust Kick
 
:{{translation|Hidden Shadow Snake Hands: Snake Bind|潜影蛇手・蛇縛|Sen'eijashu: Jabaku}} Striking Shadow Snake: Snake Capture
 
:{{translation|Snake Bind Rotating Foot|蛇縛転脚|Jabakutenkyaku}} Snake Capture Rolling Kick
 
:{{translation|Hidden Shadow Snake Hands: Snake Amazement?|潜影蛇手・蛇仰|Sen'eijashu: Jagyō}} Striking Shadow Snake: Snake Cult
 
:{{translation|Hidden Shadow Snake Hands: Snake Pursuit|潜影蛇手・蛇追|Sen'eijashu: Jatsui}} Striking Shadow Snake: Snake Pursuit
 
:{{translation|Revolving Snake Kicking Foot|旋蛇蹴脚|Senjashūkyaku}} Spiral Snake Kick
 
:{{translation|Fierce Snake Trample|猛蛇蹂躙|Mōjajūrin}} Snake Stomp
 
:{{translation|Destruction Wild Snake|撃滅乱蛇|Gekimetsu Randa}} Wild Snake Destructive Attack
 
 
Zabuza:
 
:{{translation|Demon Arrival|鬼来|Kirai}} Demon Slash
 
 
Shikamaru:
 
:{{translation|Fawn Return|子鹿返り|Kojikakaeri}}
 
:{{translation|Shadowless Concealment|無影潜|Mueisen}} Shadowless Conceal
 
:{{translation|Shadow Releasing Stab|影放刺|Kagehōshi}} Released Shadow Pierce
 
:{{translation|Shadow Dredge|影渫い|Kagesarai}} Shadow Eradication
 
:{{translation|Exploding Style Shadow Concealment|爆式影潜|Bakushiki Eisen}} Explosive Style Shadow Conceal
 
 
Tobirama:
 
:{{translation|Rising River Drilling Foot|昇河穿脚|Shōkasenkyaku}} Rising River Thrust Kick
 
:{{translation|Water Palm Blade|水掌刃|Suishōjin}}
 
:{{translation|Hydrate|抱水|Hōsui}} Water Return
 
:{{translation|Running Water Beheading|流水斬|Ryūsuizan}} Flowing Water Slash
 
:{{translation|Falling Heel|転落踵|Tenrakushō}} Heel Drop
 
:{{translation|Instant Water|瞬水|Shunsui}}
 
:{{translation|Swirling Current Foot Rage|渦流脚激|Karyūkyakugeki}} Whirlpool Kick
 
:{{translation|Waterfall Basin Drop|滝壺落とし|Takitsubo Otoshi}} Water Basin Drop
 
:{{translation|Spreading Water Foot|氾水脚|Hansuikyaku}} Flood Kick
 
:{{translation|Lion Water|獅水|Shisui}}
 
:{{translation|Spray Combo Foot|飛沫連脚|Himatsu Renkyaku}} Spray Kick Barrage
 
 
One-Tailed Naruto:
 
:{{translation|Crimson Whirlwind|紅蓮旋風|Guren Senpū}} Blazing Whirlwind
 
:{{translation|Crimson Claw ???|紅蓮爪?|Guren Sōka}} Blazing Claw Dash
 
:{{translation|Crimson Claw Dance|紅蓮爪舞|Guren Sōbu}} Blazing Claw Dance
 
:{{translation|Crimson Dust Cloud|紅蓮風塵|Guren Fūjin}} Blazing Dust
 
:{{translation|Crimson Air Dance|紅蓮空舞|Guren Kūbu}} Blazing Air Dance
 
:{{translation|Crimson Vibrating Bullet|紅蓮弾振|Guren Shindan}} Blazing Vibrating Bullet
 
:{{translation|Crimson Rise and Fall?|紅蓮騰落?|Guren Tōraku}} Blazing Drop
 
:{{translation|Crimson Flying ? Attack|紅蓮飛?撃|Guren Hiryūgeki}} Blazing Flying Strike
 
:{{translation|Crimson Whirlwind ?|紅蓮旋風?|Guren Senpūjin}} Blazing Whirlwind (blade?formation?swift?dust?)
 
:{{translation|Crimson Quaking Attack|紅蓮震撃|Guren Shingeki}} Blazing Tremor Attack
 
:{{translation|Crimson Claw Attack|紅蓮爪撃|Guren Sōgeki}} Blazing Claw Strike
 
:{{translation|Crimson Revolving Flower|紅蓮旋花|Guren Senka}} Blazing Whirling Flower
 
 
Orochimaru:
 
:{{translation|Dark Rotation: Abyss|闇回・淵|Ankai: Fuchi}}
 
:{{translation|Cruel Carving? Kagura|惨刻神楽|Zankoku Kagura}} Cruel Sacred Dance (pun 残酷/惨酷)
 
:{{translation|Sickle Neck|鎌首|Kamakubi}}
 
 
Sakon:
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Expanding Horn Feet|多連伸角脚|Tarenshinkakukyaku}} Multi Growing Horn Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Dark Life Fists|多連暗生拳|Tarenanshōken}} Multi Dark Life Fists
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Demon Claw Feet|多連鬼爪脚|Tarenkisōkyaku}} Multi Demon Claw Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Cruel Wind Feet|多連惨風脚|Tarensanpūkyaku}} Multi Cruel Wind Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Wailing Dragon Feet|多連哭龍脚|Tarenkokuryūkyaku}} Multi Howling Dragon Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Prison Stabbing Feet|多連獄刺脚|Tarengokushikyaku}} Multi Imprisoning Stabbing Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Dead Hand Fists|多連亡手拳|Tarenmōshuken}} Multi Dead Hand Fist
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Diabolical Crying Fists|多連(閻?)閣鳴拳|Tarenenmeiken}} Multi Diabolical Shouting Fist
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Imprisonment Feet|多連投獄脚|Tarentōgokukyaku}} Multi Imprisoning Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Pursuing Carrier? Feet|多連追般脚|Tarentsuihankyaku}} Multi Pursuing Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Demon Beckoning Feet|多連鬼招(客?)脚|Tarenkishōkyaku}} Multi Demon Calling Kick
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Evil Running Fists|多連魔走拳|Tarenmasōken}} Multi Evil Dash Kick
 
:{{translation|Exploding Destruction Method Formation|爆滅法陣|Bakumetsu Hōjin}} Explosive Destruction Formation
 
:{{translation|Left Dusting Palm, Right Tearing Foot|左塵掌・右裂脚|Sajinshō: Uretsukyaku}} Left Dust Strike, Right Severing Kick
 
 
Cursed Seal Sakon:
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Pursuit Rising Attack|阿吽追昇撃|Auntsuishōgeki}} Alpha Omega Rising Pursuit Attack
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega ? Colliding Strike|阿吽?衝打|Auntsuishōda}} Alpha Omega Collision Strike
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Heaven and Earth Smash|阿吽天地砕?|Auntenchidōsai}} Alpha Omega Heaven & Eater Crush
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Fierce? Attack|阿吽猛(兇/凶/梟)襲|Aunmōkyōshū(Aunkyōmōshū?)}} Alpha Omega Fierce Attack
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Rising Fists|多連昇拳|Tarenshōken}} Multiple Rising Fists
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Mirror Facing? Strike|阿吽(對?)鏡打|Auntsuikyōda}} Alpha Omega Mirror Strike
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Pursuit Barrage|阿吽連追打|Aunrentsuida}} Alpha Omega Pursuing Barrage
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Twin Strike Cannon|阿吽(雙/双)打大砲|Aunsōdataihō}} Alpha Omega Twin Cannonball
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Demon Beanbag|阿吽鬼手玉|Aunonitedama}}
 
:{{translation|Alpha Omega Air Tearing Claw|阿吽空裂爪|Aunkūretsusō}} Alpha Omega Air Severing Claw
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Converging Fists|多連収束拳|Tarenshūsokuken}} Multiple Bundle Fist
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Prison ? Fists|多連獄(窓?)拳|Tarengokusōken}} Multiple Hell Imprisoning Fist
 
:{{translation|Multiple Connected Comet? Rising Feet|多連(彗?)昇脚|Tarensuishōkyaku}} Multiple Shooting Kick
 
 
Asuma:
 
:{{translation|Flashing Air Fierce Falling Attack|閃空猛墜撃|Senkū Mōtsuigeki}} Flashing Air Fierce Attack
 
:{{translation|Flying Fist Boxer|飛翔拳闘士|Hishōken Tōshi}} Soaring Boxer
 
:{{translation|Iai|居合い抜き|Iainuki}} Quick Draw
 
:{{translation|Magnificent One-Two Shot|華麗なる壱弐発|Kareinaru Ichi Nitotsu}}
 
:{{translation|???|掴身投崩|Kakushin Tōhō}} Body Throw
 
:{{translation|Air Drop|宙空落とし|Chūkū Otoshi}}
 
:{{translation|Exploding Air Kick|爆宙蹴り|Bakuchū Keri}} Exploding Suspension Kick
 
:{{translation|Leg Axe Kick|足斧蹴り|Sokufu Keri}}
 
:{{translation|Twin Attack|双撃|Sōgeki}} Twin Strike
 
:{{translation|Flying Swallow: Sky Drill|飛燕・空穿|Hien: Kūsen}} Flying Sparrow Thrust
 
 
Hashirama:
 
:{{translation|Heavenly Tree of Pain|痛天樹|Tsūtenju}} Heavenly Forest of Pain
 
:{{translation|Leaf Wind Formation|木ノ葉風陣|Konoha Fūjin}} Hidden Leaf Wind Formation
 
:{{translation|Peerless Foot|無双脚|Musōkyaku}} Ultra Kick
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Fist|金剛拳|Kongōken}}
 
:{{translation|Golden Lotus Blossom|黄金蓮咲|Kogane Renshō}}
 
:{{translation|True Elbow Strike|真肘打|Shinchūda}} Elbow Strike
 
:{{translation|Adamantine Throw|金剛投げ|Kongōnage}}
 
:{{translation|Tengu Return|天狗返り|Tengu Gaeshi}} Tengu Turn
 
:{{translation|Strong Heavenly Punishment|剛力天誅|Gōriki Tenchū}} Heaven's Punishment
 
:{{translation|Whirlwind Dance|旋風舞い|Tsumuji Mai}}
 
 
Twin-Headed Wolf Kiba:
 
:{{translation|Fang Wolf Fang: Inexhaustible Beast King|牙狼牙・獣王無尽|Garōga: Jūōmujin}}?
 
 
Drunk Lee:
 
:{{translation|Whirling Amazement Drink Kick?|旋転仰飲蹴|Sentengyoinshū}}
 
:{{translation|Triple Twin Attack: ?Demon Killer?|三連双撃・鬼殺し|Sanrensōgeki: Onigoroshi}}
 
:{{translation|Whirling Earth Cup|旋転地杯?|Sentenchihai}} Whirling Earth Goblet
 
:{{translation|Reverse Barrel Turn|逆樽回し?|Sakadaru Mawashi}} Reverse Barrel Spin
 
:{{translation|???|月牙?撃?|Gekka Chōgeki}} Moon Fang Strike
 
:{{translation|Double Kick|二本蹴|Nihonshū}}
 
:{{translation|Boiling (Inflating?) Air Flying Heavenly Cannon|騰空飛天砲|Tōkūhitenhō}} Boiling Air Flying Cannonball
 
:{{translation|Ordinary Flow Kick|常流蹴|Jōryūshū}} Ever-Flow Kick
 
:{{translation|Dancing Throw Kick|舞投蹴|Butōshū}}
 
:{{translation|Sunshine Bright Kick|陽明蹴|Yōmeishū}} Chirping Kick
 
:{{translation|Soaring Air Foot|翔宙脚|Shōchūkyaku}} Flying Kick
 
:{{translation|Cup Drop|杯落とし|Sakazuki Otoshi}} Goblet Drop
 
:{{translation|Protrusion|突き出し|Tsukidashi}} Shove
 
:{{translation|Drunken Lotus|酔蓮華|Suirenge}} Loopy Lotus
 
:{{translation|Drunken Eight Whirlwinds|酔八旋風|Suihassenpū}}
 
 
Tayuya:
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Chain Sound|魔笛・鎖音|Mateki: Sain}} Demon Flute: Chain Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Sound Wings|魔笛・音羽|Mateki: Otoha}} Demon Flute: Sound Wings
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Dropping Sound|魔笛・滴音|Mateki: Tekiin}} Demon Flute: Drop Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Circular Sound|魔笛・円音|Mateki: Enin}} Demon Flute: Circle Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Moon/Lunar Sound|魔笛・月音|Mateki: Getsuin}} Demon Flute: Moon Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Footsteps Sound|魔笛・跫音|Mateki: Kyōon}} Demon Flute: Footstep Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Wave Sound|魔笛・波音|Mateki: Hain}} Demon Flute: Wave Sound
 
:{{translation|Long Silence|無音|Buin}} Silence
 
:{{translation|Fluteless|無笛|Muteki}} No Flute
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Ring Sound|魔笛・環音|Mateki: Kanin}} Demon Flute: Ring Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Cold Sound|魔笛・凛音|Mateki: Rinon}} Demon Flute: Clear Sound
 
:{{translation|Demonic Flute: Hollow Sound|魔笛・虚音|Mateki: Kyoin}} Demon Flute: Hollow Sound
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Tied Madness|幻武操曲・絆狂|Genbusō Kyoku: Hankyō}} Musical Manipulation: Tied Madness
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Single Interment|幻武操曲・独葬|Genbusō Kyoku: Dokusō}} Musical Manipulation: Single Burial
 
 
Cursed Seal Tayuya:
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Claw Revolving Beheading|幻武操曲・爪旋斬|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōsenzan}} Musical Manipulation: Claw Turning Slash
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Claw ? Thrust|幻武操曲・爪?突|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōkatotsu}} Musical Manipulation: Claw Thrust
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Twin Claw Thrust|幻武操曲・双爪突|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōsōtotsu}} Musical Manipulation: Twin Claw Thrust
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Claw Smash|幻武操曲・爪砕|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōsai}} Musical Manipulation: Claw Crush
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Claw Rising Beheading|幻武操曲・爪昇斬|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōshōzan}} Musical Manipulation: Claw Rising Slash
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Claw Beheading Attack|幻武操曲・爪斬撃|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōzangeki}} Musical Manipulation: Claw Slash Attack
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Claw Heavy Attack|幻武操曲・爪重撃|Genbusō Kyoku: Sōjūgeki}} Musical Manipulation: Heavy Claw Attack
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Club Strong Strike|幻武操曲・棍剛打|Genbusō Kyoku: Kongōda}} Musical Manipulation: Heavy Club Strike
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Club Instant Strike|幻武操曲・棍瞬打|Genbusō Kyoku: Konshunda}} Musical Manipulation: Instant Club Strike
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Club Drilling Strike|幻武操曲・棍穿打|Genbusō Kyoku: Konsenda}} Musical Manipulation: Club Thrust Strike
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Kick Rising Revolving|幻武操曲・蹴昇旋|Genbusō Kyoku: Shūshōsen}} Musical Manipulation: Rising Kick Spiral
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Kick Pursuing Attack|幻武操曲・蹴追撃|Genbusō Kyoku: Shūtsuigeki}} Musical Manipulation: Pursuing Kick Attack
 
:{{translation|Illusionary Warriors Manipulating Melody: Kick Ring Revolving|幻武操曲・蹴輪旋|Genbusō Kyoku: Shūrinsen}} Musical Manipulation: Ring Kick Spiral
 
 
Temari:
 
:{{translation|Great Fanning Wind Roaring Wall|大扇風轟壁|Daisenpū Gōheki}} Severe Hurricane Wall
 
 
Tenten:
 
:{{translation|Twin Swallow Cut|双燕刈|Sōenkai}}
 
 
Itachi:
 
:{{translation|Sun God|日神|Hi no Kami}} The Sun God
 
 
Sasuke:
 
:{{translation|Hidden Iron Claw|潜鉄爪|Sentessō}}
 
:{{translation|Hurricane Foot|疾風脚|Shippūkyaku}} Gale Force Kick
 
:{{translation|Blazing Wings|炎上羽|Enjōhane}} Flame Wing
 
:{{translation|Straight Flower Foot|直華脚|Chokkakyaku}} Direct Kick
 
:{{translation|Revolving Flame Attack|旋炎撃|Sen'engeki}} Whirl Flame Attack/Strike
 
:{{translation|Fire Circle Falling Foot|火円落脚|Kaenrakukyaku}} Flame Circle Drop Kick
 
 
Cursed Seal Sasuke:
 
:{{translation|Flying Flame Hurricane|飛炎疾風|Hienshippū}} Flying Flame Gale
 
:{{translation|Whirlwind Roaring Swiftness|旋風轟迅|Senpūgōjin}} Super Speed Whirlwind
 
:{{translation|? Interment Flame Dance|後葬炎舞|Kōsōenbu}} Burial Flame Dance
 
:{{translation|Whirlwind Flaming Swiftness|旋風炎迅|Senpūenjin}} Rapid Flame Whirlwind
 
:{{translation|Roaring Wind Flame Flying Fall|轟風炎飛落|Gōfūenhiraku}} Roaring Wind Flame Drop
 
:{{translation|Hurricane Flame Frolic|疾風炎戯|Shippūengi}} Gale Flame Prank
 
:{{translation|Flying Falcon Hell|飛隼奈落|Hishun Naraku}} Flying Falcon Abyss
 
:{{translation|Dashing Flow Interment Swiftness|疾走流葬迅|Shissōryūsōjin}} Rapid Burial Dash
 
:{{translation|Hurricane Soaring Flame Swiftness|疾風翔炎迅|Shippūshōenjin}} Flying Gale Flame
 
:{{translation|Twin Flying Heavenly Feet|双飛天脚|Sōhitenkyaku}} Twin Flying Kick
 
:{{translation|Flying Flame Flowing Dance|飛炎流舞|Hienryūbu}} Flying Flame Dance
 
   
Naruto:
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:Like I said, out coverage of video games is rather poor in the jutsu department. We have the plot of the game in the game articles, with have game characters, game items. Besides, we've had several game jutsu articles already. Going after the names I got here got me the correct titles for tens of jutsu we had, but that were incorrectly named. And besides, it's not like it's going to clog other pages. Most game jutsu nowadays can only be found by clicking to see all of a character's jutsu, in that infobox link. I rather we have them by their correct name, by ourselves, than have random people add it, without us knowing if it's correct and having to chase the jutsu down afterward. [[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 21:37, October 26, 2013 (UTC)
:{{translation|Special Attack Kick Strike|特攻蹴撃|Tokkōshūgeki}} Charging Kick
 
:{{translation|Leaping Bombing|跳爆撃|Chōbakugeki}} Jumping Explosion
 
:{{translation|Clone Crown of the Head Split|分身脳天割り|Bunshin Nōtenwari}} Clone Jutsu: Crown of the Head Cut
 
:{{translation|Leaping Shadow Attack|跳影撃|Chōeigeki}} Jumping Shadow Strike
 
:{{translation|Uzumaki Great Revolving|うずまき大回転|Uzumaki Daikaiten}} Uzumaki Spin
 
:{{translation|Clone Revolving Kick|分身旋回蹴り|Bunshin Senkaikeri}} Clone Jutsu: Whirling Kick
 
:{{translation|Clone Special Attack Bullet|分身特攻弾|Bunshin Tokkōdan}} Clone Jutsu: Charging Bullet
 
:{{translation|Clone Uzumaki Rising Dragon|分身うずまき昇竜|Bunshin Uzumaki Shōryū}} Clone Jutsu: Uzumaki Rising Dragon
 
   
Kurenai:
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::I'm not suggesting it's a lost venture, just that an article for each and every jutsu is the wrong approach. Because the articles on video game jutsu are consistently a) short and of poor quality, b) have little to no video game-relevant data and are therefore useless to those few who are interested in the first place, and c) are likely to only ever be read when using [[special:random]]. I think it would be better if each video game had its own subpage where movesets for each character are listed. That way you can provide all the name information you're compiling, easily add button combinations and attack damage for that crowd, and not overrun the wiki with articles that will never improve. Because you've got over two-thousand jutsu so far and only eleven games. Even assuming there are some duplicates, that's a ridiculous amount of articles to be making. '''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 21:56, October 26, 2013 (UTC)
:{{translation|? Colouring Foot|符彩脚|Fusaikyaku}} Plate Coloring Kick
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::I really don't feel the wiki is benefiting from all of these articles you're making. '''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 21:00, January 19, 2014 (UTC)
:{{translation|Withered Autumn Leaves|枯秋葉|Kareakiha}} Withered Fall Leaves
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::I made a sample of a jutsu subpage [[User:Snapper2/Exam|here]]. [[User:Snapper2/Exam#Yagura|Yagura]] is the only one I filled out beyond the initial GameFAQs copy. It could stand to be organized better and be more aesthetic, but I feel it's simpler and more useful than making a few hundred articles. '''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 20:22, January 20, 2014 (UTC)
:{{translation|Flower Zenith|華天頂|Katenchō}} Floral Peak
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:::Hum, going by the fields there, it's not as informative about the techniques in general, but it does give me an idea for similar pages. I don't think that simply lumping together all video game jutsu from all characters from all games is the way to go. Actual jutsu and ougi aside (supposing those aren't scrapped as well), I think there we should have character specific pages. For example, using one of the more recently introduced characters in video games, like Hanzō or Darui. "So and so's video-game techniques", where the jutsu introduced in games would go. Techniques could be broken down by the game they were introduced. I don't think it's necessary for us to list the button sequence, though I do think we should retain information that can be filled in the form, like classification, range, etc. In a rough comparison, imagine each of those articles kinda like a volume article, with each game acting as a chapter, maybe being collapsible for space. Something that at least in theory sounds feasible is for each of those articles to retain the filled form, but as a redirect, so the semantic info is still out there. I know that putting something that looks like the form would take too much space, so instead the info could be displayed in a similar way to pre-infobox days of yore? Is that possible? [[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 14:21, January 22, 2014 (UTC)
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:::Ok, [[User:Omnibender/Mifune's video game techniques|here]] is something like my general idea. I made it first with Mifune because since he's recent, there are few techniques. My idea is to list the technique only in the game it first appears in. Images could be added in each section, like we do with proper jutsu articles. I did not include awakening action/jutsu/ougi since those tend to be more distinct that general combos. In the event of one those combos appearing in the manga and anime, or instead the combo being something that went unnamed in the manga and anime, we could "graduate" it into a proper jutsu article, think Sasori's Prepared Puppet: Eight Waves of Needles and Prosthetic Arm Needles. For characters who appear in more than one game, make each game section collapsible. Now the part potentially complicated part I mentioned before, the semantic data. Is it possible to simply leave a form with the filled out infobox, and redirect it to the section in the page? This way the info is still out there to be parsed and listed, but all the descriptions, since they're small, are in the same page. [[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 18:52, January 22, 2014 (UTC)
   
[[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 17:05, February 23, 2013 (UTC)
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::::I don't think Classification, Class, and Range are tidbits that need preserving; they're completely at the discretion of whoever edits the article (which should be discouraged on a wiki), tend to be the same from jutsu to jutsu (since they're fighting games, everything's offensive and short range), and have layers of overlap that do not typically appear elsewhere in the series (taijutsu and ninjutsu do not exist simultaneously nearly as often in the anime and manga as they do with these video game moves). Button sequences are at least objective and communicate some amount of complexity of the move, which description alone may not represent accurately.
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::::Subpages-by-character is an approach I also thought of. It would help with cross-referencing a character's moveset from game to game. How to organize it would need to be considered and size issues might start to become a problem for characters like Naruto who appear in every game. But it's got an appeal. From a reader's perspective, though, I think the subpage-by-game would be more valuable. If I'm looking at a character's movelist I'm likely only interested in what they do in one game. If all the other moves on the particular subpage are also from that same game, then all the more convenient for me. But both approaches have their pros and cons and both can be linked to from wherever pretty easily.
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::::As I said, I do not personally see the value of Classification, Class, and Range. Unless you're wanting nature type and etc., which I forgot about? I still don't see the need, but that at least makes more sense. If there's something with semantics that's going to be done, I believe they would need to be applied to ''soft'' redirects, since normal redirects apply the semantic properties to the target page (?). Or maybe you're meaning some kind of transclusion?
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::::;post edit-conflict
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::::I look at things as I would if I were a reader. I realize the things that interest/do not interest me are not the same for everyone, but it's how I evaluate things. Having said that:
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::::If I'm looking at a video game topic, I want it in a video game-context. This is where buttons and in-game conditions like health and costumes come in. These are the things I want to know. What I do not particularly care about are classifications from the manga's databooks being transposed onto the video game information for some abstract reason. In your example, all of those jutsu are listed as offensive and short range. Those really mean nothing to me from a video game perspective, and the fact that there's no variance from one to the other causes me to dismiss them entirely. They're all kenjutsu too, which I suppose is interesting, but now I feel my reading comprehension is being challenged since each description already mentions swords in some way. Meanwhile, there's nothing video game-pertinent that I have to gander over beyond the character's name, which video game it is, and a description I do not know what to make of without more information. It's unrealistic for me to expect frametime or typical hp damage for games like these, but I would at least like ''something''.
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::::To paraphrase, I think that the the wiki's habit of treating video game jutsu in the same way as animanga jutsu has been a mistake.
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::::Re: images - This might actually be an opportunity to explore videos. There's not as much of a legal gray area with video game videos as there are with anime and manga hosting, so links to movelist demonstrations could just be provided in place of a couple hundred images per page.
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::::I don't necessarily oppose upgrading jutsu once they appear a certain number of times and/or in certain circumstances. But I think they should remain listed in the subpages, even if they end up getting listed a few dozen times. As seen with [[Chibaku Tensei]], just because a jutsu appears in multiple games does not mean it is the same each time. Likewise, I do not think listing '''only''' which game a jutsu debuts in is helpful. Listing each game a jutsu can be performed in should be done instead, a la how characters have a list of each game they appear in.
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::::To expand a little more on my earlier semantic response: putting a form in the redirects wouldn't work, I don't think. It would need to be something like what is done with the miscellaneous tools, where semantic information is manually listed below the soft redirect. Although: trying to retain semantic information via soft redirects would absolutely destroy [[special:random]]; nine out of every ten "articles" would be a link elsewhere. Something to be aware of.
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::::'''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 20:24, January 22, 2014 (UTC)

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Forums: Index Help desk Video game jutsu overhaul
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For the complied list of jutsu names, see the subpage.

So, as many of the regular users know, our video game jutsu coverage is far from thorough, due to various reasons. For a while now, I have looked up and bookmarked several sites which provide moveset lists for various characters, in various games. Most of the ones I have are for the Ultimate Ninja series. I would have created the articles myself, but there's a problem in that. Those sites list only the name of the technique, and the commands for it. They give no description of what the technique does. I'd be creating several articles limited to saying name of the technique, user, and game debut, with my limited translation knowledge coming from Tangorin.com, wiktionary and Google Translate. Maybe some jutsu classification, depending on the technique's name and user. Does anyone have access to Naruto games, who could fill out the description of the techniques? Movesets of Naruto games in general are available at YouTube, if you know how to look for it, and there are several browser extensions for downloading YouTube videos, so screenshots would be easy to get once you know what each technique is. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 01:07, November 26, 2012 (UTC)

I myself own naruto ultimate ninja 1, 2, 3, and 4, as well as uzumaki naruto chronicles 2 (i used to have 1 as well), and naruto ultimate ninja heroes 1 and 3, and naruto shippuden ultimate ninja impact. I could help out with some, and i could help find some gameplay videos too.98.26.240.254 (talk) 01:41, November 26, 2012 (UTC) Yhwach

I've got Ultimate Ninja 4, Storm 1 & 2 and Uzumaki Chronicles 2. I can also ask around my friends to borrow a couple others like Chronicles 1 and one or two others. I'm not great with screenshots, have to take them with my phone and I don't always time it well, but I'm a half decent wordsmith and if you've got the footage I can write up articles just fine. --Hawkeye2701 (talk) 02:16, November 26, 2012 (UTC)

I'm pretty good with describing the techniques too.98.26.240.254 (talk) 18:22, November 26, 2012 (UTC) Yhwach

Ok. I would like to go through the games chronologically. I've seen a few of the lists, and there are overlapping techniques, so this way we have the least chance of getting a game debut wrong. Anon, you said you have UN1. While we see the movesets for UN2 (the earliest game I have movesets for), could you check if they match the ones from UN1? As far as all these games go, I recall seeing in a video about the games that they have a moveset list in the pause menu, so that's a way of seeing if they match. Another question, in these games, is it possible to change the audio and text to Japanese? This way we get cross check the English video game with the Japanese name. You may also consider making an account, since your IP can change, which would make it hard to contact you. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 23:34, November 26, 2012 (UTC)

I'll check. Thank god UN1 doesn't have like forty charectors. Also yes alot of naruto games (especially the ultimate ninja games) have the choice to change the audio to japanese, but not the text.71.71.58.231 (talk) 23:48, November 26, 2012 (UTC) Yhwach
In the moveset list in the games, I believe they show the button sequences right? That can be checked to see if the name associated with the technique is different. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 23:52, November 26, 2012 (UTC)
Yeah the button sequences can be shown.71.71.58.231 (talk) 00:00, November 27, 2012 (UTC) Yhwach

Ok. In this site, there are the movesets for Ultimate Ninja 2. Technically in that site they have stuff on Ultimate Ninja 1 to 3, but they only have movesets for 2. Character names in the middle row are very obvious. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 22:41, November 29, 2012 (UTC)

Sorry i haven't gotten this done sooner, but with school and christmas/new years stuff and the fact that i don't know where i put ultimate ninja 2 at. So i looked up on that site called game facts and found the movelist for UN2. Also it turns out that the Japanese Audio thing started in ultimate ninja 2 and onwards, but i'm still looking for the raw traanslations of the attacks names. I only found like 5 or 6 technique from UN1 that werent in UN2. Should i just post the jutsu articles and clean them up when i got everything or do i wait t'ill i got everything and then post it?71.71.58.231 (talk) 19:31, January 1, 2013 (UTC) Yomiko-chan

As far as raw names are concerned, I think have all of UN2 here and here. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 19:49, January 1, 2013 (UTC)

Also one of Zabuza's attacks could be re-named in UN2 but since i lost the game i can't tell if it's the same. If someone else could check Zabuza's movelist in the practice mode of the game for me it would be greatly appreciated. UN1 called it Death Slash where he delivers a low kick followed by 3 sword slashes, the last one smashing the enemy into the ground. There's a possibility that it was renamed as either Flying Turn Slash, Scatter Burst Slash, or Spinning Back Slash.71.71.58.231 (talk) 20:47, January 1, 2013 (UTC) Yomiko-chan

Nobody's seriously intending to make articles for each of these, right? Because I'm pretty sure that's the last thing the wiki needs. ~SnapperTo 18:16, October 25, 2013 (UTC)

Like I said, out coverage of video games is rather poor in the jutsu department. We have the plot of the game in the game articles, with have game characters, game items. Besides, we've had several game jutsu articles already. Going after the names I got here got me the correct titles for tens of jutsu we had, but that were incorrectly named. And besides, it's not like it's going to clog other pages. Most game jutsu nowadays can only be found by clicking to see all of a character's jutsu, in that infobox link. I rather we have them by their correct name, by ourselves, than have random people add it, without us knowing if it's correct and having to chase the jutsu down afterward. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 21:37, October 26, 2013 (UTC)
I'm not suggesting it's a lost venture, just that an article for each and every jutsu is the wrong approach. Because the articles on video game jutsu are consistently a) short and of poor quality, b) have little to no video game-relevant data and are therefore useless to those few who are interested in the first place, and c) are likely to only ever be read when using special:random. I think it would be better if each video game had its own subpage where movesets for each character are listed. That way you can provide all the name information you're compiling, easily add button combinations and attack damage for that crowd, and not overrun the wiki with articles that will never improve. Because you've got over two-thousand jutsu so far and only eleven games. Even assuming there are some duplicates, that's a ridiculous amount of articles to be making. ~SnapperTo 21:56, October 26, 2013 (UTC)
I really don't feel the wiki is benefiting from all of these articles you're making. ~SnapperTo 21:00, January 19, 2014 (UTC)
I made a sample of a jutsu subpage here. Yagura is the only one I filled out beyond the initial GameFAQs copy. It could stand to be organized better and be more aesthetic, but I feel it's simpler and more useful than making a few hundred articles. ~SnapperTo 20:22, January 20, 2014 (UTC)
Hum, going by the fields there, it's not as informative about the techniques in general, but it does give me an idea for similar pages. I don't think that simply lumping together all video game jutsu from all characters from all games is the way to go. Actual jutsu and ougi aside (supposing those aren't scrapped as well), I think there we should have character specific pages. For example, using one of the more recently introduced characters in video games, like Hanzō or Darui. "So and so's video-game techniques", where the jutsu introduced in games would go. Techniques could be broken down by the game they were introduced. I don't think it's necessary for us to list the button sequence, though I do think we should retain information that can be filled in the form, like classification, range, etc. In a rough comparison, imagine each of those articles kinda like a volume article, with each game acting as a chapter, maybe being collapsible for space. Something that at least in theory sounds feasible is for each of those articles to retain the filled form, but as a redirect, so the semantic info is still out there. I know that putting something that looks like the form would take too much space, so instead the info could be displayed in a similar way to pre-infobox days of yore? Is that possible? Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 14:21, January 22, 2014 (UTC)
Ok, here is something like my general idea. I made it first with Mifune because since he's recent, there are few techniques. My idea is to list the technique only in the game it first appears in. Images could be added in each section, like we do with proper jutsu articles. I did not include awakening action/jutsu/ougi since those tend to be more distinct that general combos. In the event of one those combos appearing in the manga and anime, or instead the combo being something that went unnamed in the manga and anime, we could "graduate" it into a proper jutsu article, think Sasori's Prepared Puppet: Eight Waves of Needles and Prosthetic Arm Needles. For characters who appear in more than one game, make each game section collapsible. Now the part potentially complicated part I mentioned before, the semantic data. Is it possible to simply leave a form with the filled out infobox, and redirect it to the section in the page? This way the info is still out there to be parsed and listed, but all the descriptions, since they're small, are in the same page. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 18:52, January 22, 2014 (UTC)
pre edit-conflict
I don't think Classification, Class, and Range are tidbits that need preserving; they're completely at the discretion of whoever edits the article (which should be discouraged on a wiki), tend to be the same from jutsu to jutsu (since they're fighting games, everything's offensive and short range), and have layers of overlap that do not typically appear elsewhere in the series (taijutsu and ninjutsu do not exist simultaneously nearly as often in the anime and manga as they do with these video game moves). Button sequences are at least objective and communicate some amount of complexity of the move, which description alone may not represent accurately.
Subpages-by-character is an approach I also thought of. It would help with cross-referencing a character's moveset from game to game. How to organize it would need to be considered and size issues might start to become a problem for characters like Naruto who appear in every game. But it's got an appeal. From a reader's perspective, though, I think the subpage-by-game would be more valuable. If I'm looking at a character's movelist I'm likely only interested in what they do in one game. If all the other moves on the particular subpage are also from that same game, then all the more convenient for me. But both approaches have their pros and cons and both can be linked to from wherever pretty easily.
As I said, I do not personally see the value of Classification, Class, and Range. Unless you're wanting nature type and etc., which I forgot about? I still don't see the need, but that at least makes more sense. If there's something with semantics that's going to be done, I believe they would need to be applied to soft redirects, since normal redirects apply the semantic properties to the target page (?). Or maybe you're meaning some kind of transclusion?
post edit-conflict
I look at things as I would if I were a reader. I realize the things that interest/do not interest me are not the same for everyone, but it's how I evaluate things. Having said that:
If I'm looking at a video game topic, I want it in a video game-context. This is where buttons and in-game conditions like health and costumes come in. These are the things I want to know. What I do not particularly care about are classifications from the manga's databooks being transposed onto the video game information for some abstract reason. In your example, all of those jutsu are listed as offensive and short range. Those really mean nothing to me from a video game perspective, and the fact that there's no variance from one to the other causes me to dismiss them entirely. They're all kenjutsu too, which I suppose is interesting, but now I feel my reading comprehension is being challenged since each description already mentions swords in some way. Meanwhile, there's nothing video game-pertinent that I have to gander over beyond the character's name, which video game it is, and a description I do not know what to make of without more information. It's unrealistic for me to expect frametime or typical hp damage for games like these, but I would at least like something.
To paraphrase, I think that the the wiki's habit of treating video game jutsu in the same way as animanga jutsu has been a mistake.
Re: images - This might actually be an opportunity to explore videos. There's not as much of a legal gray area with video game videos as there are with anime and manga hosting, so links to movelist demonstrations could just be provided in place of a couple hundred images per page.
I don't necessarily oppose upgrading jutsu once they appear a certain number of times and/or in certain circumstances. But I think they should remain listed in the subpages, even if they end up getting listed a few dozen times. As seen with Chibaku Tensei, just because a jutsu appears in multiple games does not mean it is the same each time. Likewise, I do not think listing only which game a jutsu debuts in is helpful. Listing each game a jutsu can be performed in should be done instead, a la how characters have a list of each game they appear in.
To expand a little more on my earlier semantic response: putting a form in the redirects wouldn't work, I don't think. It would need to be something like what is done with the miscellaneous tools, where semantic information is manually listed below the soft redirect. Although: trying to retain semantic information via soft redirects would absolutely destroy special:random; nine out of every ten "articles" would be a link elsewhere. Something to be aware of.
~SnapperTo 20:24, January 22, 2014 (UTC)

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