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The user covers the surrounding area in a thick frost in which they can camouflage themselves and then sneak up on opponents to attack or assassinate them.
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The '''Hiding in Frost Technique''' produces visually clouding frost by causing the temperature of air to fall below the freezing point, effectively freezing any ambient water vapour in the vicinity. The frost allows the user to become transparent within it. Upon being struck with an attack, the user becomes visible. The mist is visible to the naked eye, but since the user is transparent it voids that sense. An effective way of finding the user is tracking them through sound.
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== Trivia ==
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* Despite frost being the frozen deposition of water vapour, it is not completely clear whether or not this technique involves [[Ice Release]] or is just another form of Water Release, due to the anime's tendency of incorporating ice producing Water Release techniques.
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[[es:Jutsu: Ocultación en el Frío]]

Latest revision as of 23:07, March 25, 2016

Hiding in Frost Technique
Hiding in Frost Techinque
Name
Kanji 霜隠れの術
Rōmaji Shimogakure no Jutsu
English anime Hidden Frost Jutsu
Debut
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #280
Appears in Anime
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Nature
Class Supplementary
Range All ranges
Hand seals Rat
Users

The Hiding in Frost Technique produces visually clouding frost by causing the temperature of air to fall below the freezing point, effectively freezing any ambient water vapour in the vicinity. The frost allows the user to become transparent within it. Upon being struck with an attack, the user becomes visible. The mist is visible to the naked eye, but since the user is transparent it voids that sense. An effective way of finding the user is tracking them through sound.

Trivia Edit

  • Despite frost being the frozen deposition of water vapour, it is not completely clear whether or not this technique involves Ice Release or is just another form of Water Release, due to the anime's tendency of incorporating ice producing Water Release techniques.

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