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|literal english=Iron Mountain Leaning
 
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|english tv=Iron Tackle
 
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|jutsu classification=Taijutsu
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|parent jutsu=Insect Clone Technique
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|jutsu classification=Hiden~Aburame Clan, Ninjutsu, Taijutsu, Clone Techniques
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu range=Short
 
|jutsu range=Short
|users=Shino Aburame,
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|users=Shino Aburame
 
|debut anime=236
 
|debut anime=236
 
|debut shippuden=Yes
 
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After creating an [[insect clone]], Shino and the clone run towards the opponent and simply tackle them. The force of this attack is strong enough to send the target flying away from them.
 
After creating an [[insect clone]], Shino and the clone run towards the opponent and simply tackle them. The force of this attack is strong enough to send the target flying away from them.
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== Trivia ==
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* Though different due to the use of clones, the Iron Mountain Leaning is a taijutsu move that is a technique commonly used in Chinese martial arts, mainly derived from Bajiquan/Hakkyokuken (lit. Eight Extremes Fist) and is pronounced as the Tieshankao ("Tee-uh-shah-n-kah-oh") in pinyin. The attack through its Japanese reading is often adapted into video games and is often portrayed as a turning back/shoulder-lean through explosive force. More info can be seen about it [http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/Tetsuzanko here].
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** Other users often include [[wikipedia:Yun and Yang|Yun]] from [[wikipedia:Street Fighter|''Street Fighter'']], Miyako Arima from ''Melty Blood'', Kirei Kotomine from ''Fate/stay night'' via the game ''Fate/unlimited codes'', Akira Yūki from ''Virtua Fighter'', Bayonetta and Liu Bei's portrayal in ''Knights of Valour 3''.
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** However, the Tetsuzankō itself is derived off of the Tieshankao/Tenzankō (貼山靠, lit. Applying Mountain Leaning) through the first character being changed.
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Latest revision as of 03:00, April 15, 2016

Iron Mountain Leaning
Iron Tackle
Name
Kanji 鉄山靠
Rōmaji Tetsuzankō
English anime Iron Tackle
Debut
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #236
Appears in Anime
Data
Classification Aburame Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu, Taijutsu, Clone Techniques
Class Offensive
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

After creating an insect clone, Shino and the clone run towards the opponent and simply tackle them. The force of this attack is strong enough to send the target flying away from them.

Trivia Edit

  • Though different due to the use of clones, the Iron Mountain Leaning is a taijutsu move that is a technique commonly used in Chinese martial arts, mainly derived from Bajiquan/Hakkyokuken (lit. Eight Extremes Fist) and is pronounced as the Tieshankao ("Tee-uh-shah-n-kah-oh") in pinyin. The attack through its Japanese reading is often adapted into video games and is often portrayed as a turning back/shoulder-lean through explosive force. More info can be seen about it here.
    • Other users often include Yun from Street Fighter, Miyako Arima from Melty Blood, Kirei Kotomine from Fate/stay night via the game Fate/unlimited codes, Akira Yūki from Virtua Fighter, Bayonetta and Liu Bei's portrayal in Knights of Valour 3.
    • However, the Tetsuzankō itself is derived off of the Tieshankao/Tenzankō (貼山靠, lit. Applying Mountain Leaning) through the first character being changed.

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