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(I don't recall anything 'bout that Jutsu, to be honest. And there's good enough evidence in this, seeing as a Shadow Clone counts as another user of the Chidori.)
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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.
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Using the aid of a [[shadow clone]], Kakashi and the clone each 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.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 11:07, November 22, 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

Using the aid of a shadow clone, Kakashi and the clone each 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.

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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