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|literal english=Lightning Transmission
 
|viz manga=Lightning Chain
 
|viz manga=Lightning Chain
|parent jutsu=Shadow Clone Technique, Lightning Cutter,
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|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu,
 
|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu,
 
|jutsu type=Lightning Release,
 
|jutsu type=Lightning Release,
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This technique requires the user to create a [[shadow clone]], and have both the clone, and the user perform the [[Lightning Cutter]] technique on opposite hands to one another. Connecting their techniques together, they form a chain of lightning between themselves that is able to slice through objects such as [[tailed beasts]]' [[chakra arms]] with great ease.
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This technique requires two users who are able to perform the [[Lightning Cutter]] technique. They then perform the technique on opposite hands to one another. Connecting their techniques together, they form a chain of lightning between themselves that is able to slice through objects such as [[tailed beasts]]' [[chakra arms]] with great ease.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 18:00, November 20, 2012

Lightning Transmission

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Name
Kanji 雷伝
Rōmaji Raiden
Literal English Lightning Transmission
Viz manga Lightning Chain
Debut
Manga Chapter #568
Appears in Manga only
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Short to Mid range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

This technique requires two users who are able to perform the Lightning Cutter technique. They then perform the technique on opposite hands to one another. Connecting their techniques together, they form a chain of lightning between themselves that is able to slice through objects such as tailed beasts' chakra arms with great ease.

Trivia

  • When written as '雷電', Raiden means 'thunder and lightning'.
  • With the "-sama" suffix added, Raiden is another name for the Shintō god of lightning, Raijin (雷神).

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