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"In Attendance, the Six Paths of Pain"
Six Paths of Pain
(ペイン六道、見参, Pein Rikudō, Kenzan)
Episode data
Previous "Honoured Sage Mode!"
Episode Naruto: Shippūden #132 (Watch Online)
Next "The Tale of Jiraiya the Gallant"
Arc Tale of Jiraiya the Gallant
Manga Naruto Chapter #377, Naruto Chapter #378, Naruto Chapter #379
Airing
Japanese October 22, 2009
English April 10, 2012
Debut
Characters
Giant Panda
Jutsu
Blocking Technique Absorption SealDemonic Illusion: Toad Confrontation ChantFire Release: Big Flame BulletHair Needle SenbonPreta PathSage Art: GoemonSix Paths TechniqueSix Paths of PainUltra-Big Ball Rasengan
Tools
Stone Swords
"In Attendance, the Six Paths of Pain" (ペイン六道、見参, Pein Rikudō, Kenzan) is episode 132 of the Naruto: Shippūden anime.

Synopsis

Pain summons two more bodies — the Preta Path and the Human Path. Jiraiya is shocked beyond his wits to see three Rinnegan wielders before him; Pain decides to take advantage of the situation by having his Human Path rush towards Jiraiya, only for Jiraiya to give him a roundhouse kick in the face and blind him. Fukasaku uses a smoke bomb while Jiraiya unleashes his senjutsu-influenced Hair Needle Senbon, which Pain is able to block by summoning a Giant Panda. Jiraiya attempts to destroy the three Paths using his Sage Art: Goemon, a cooperation ninjutsu used alongside the Two Great Sage Toads, only for the Paths to be unscathed. Amazed at how they were able to escape its effects, Jiraiya tries to destroy the Preta Path with an Ultra-Big Ball Rasengan; however, the Path proceeds to absorb the technique and render it useless.

Jiraiya, Fukasaku and Shima decide to escape through the pipes, wondering how to defeat three Rinnegan wielders as neither ninjutsu or taijutsu would work on them. Since Jiraiya does not use genjutsu, a fact that Pain is aware of, Jiraiya asks the two toads to use their genjutsu, which he would not be expecting, while he tries out a gamble of his. Since Fukasaku was able to deduce that the three Paths shared the same vision through their Rinnegan eyes, Jiraiya has the toads lure them with their genjutsu, which involves croaking frog sounds that reveal their location to Pain. As the three Paths rush towards them, Jiraiya hits one of them with his Fire Release: Big Flame Bullet. After the Path absorbs it, Jiraiya's theory is confirmed — each of the Paths only possesses one ability, hence why the earlier Animal Path had only summoned creatures to fight Jiraiya instead of using actual jutsu. The three Paths are struck by the toads' Demonic Illusion: Toad Confrontation Chant, and Jiraiya proceeds to use three stone swords to impale them.

As he walks away, believing he has killed them, he is struck from behind by another Path, who manages to destroy Jiraiya's left arm. Pain then brings forth five other bodies, including the three that Jiraiya had just impaled. He reveals that Pain is just an alias, meant to refer to the Six Paths of Pain, while Jiraiya seems to recognise one of the Paths.

Credits

Role Seiyū
English Japanese Rōmaji English Japanese Rōmaji
Jiraiya 自来也 Jiraiya Hōchū Ōtsuka 大塚芳忠 Ōtsuka Hōchū
Pain ペイン Pein Ken'yū Horiuchi 堀内賢雄 Horiuchi Ken'yū
Fukasaku フカサク Fukasaku Ikuo Nishikawa 西川幾雄 Nishikawa Ikuo
Shima シマ Shima Hikari Yono よのひかり Yono Hikari

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