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The '''Lion-Headed Kannon''' is used by [[Chiyo]] as a means for using the [[Sealing Technique: Lion Closing Roar]]. It is kept inside one of the puppets from the [[White Secret Technique: Ten Puppet Collection of Chikamatsu|Puppet Collection of Chikamatsu]]. It starts out as a small ball that can be held in one's hand, but when thrown grows out into a man-sized lion's head with numerous large fangs and its mouth wide open. If aimed correctly, the tool will pin the target against a wall with its mouth, making them unable to move.<section end=summary />
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The '''Lion-Headed Kannon''' is used by [[Chiyo]] as a means for using the [[Sealing Technique: Lion Closing Roar]]. It is kept inside one of the puppets from the [[White Secret Technique: The Chikamatsu Collection of Ten Puppets|Puppet Collection of Chikamatsu]]. It starts out as a small ball that can be held in one's hand, but when thrown grows out into a man-sized lion's head with numerous large fangs and its mouth wide open. If aimed correctly, the tool will pin the target against a wall with its mouth, making them unable to move.<section end=summary />
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 19:24, October 13, 2011

Lion-Headed Kannon[1]

Lion-Headed Kannon
Name
Kanji 獅子首観音
Rōmaji Shishikubi Kannon
Literal English Lion-Headed Kannon
Debut
Manga Chapter #273
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #26
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Wielder

The Lion-Headed Kannon is used by Chiyo as a means for using the Sealing Technique: Lion Closing Roar. It is kept inside one of the puppets from the Puppet Collection of Chikamatsu. It starts out as a small ball that can be held in one's hand, but when thrown grows out into a man-sized lion's head with numerous large fangs and its mouth wide open. If aimed correctly, the tool will pin the target against a wall with its mouth, making them unable to move.

Trivia

  • Kannon (観音, Chinese: Guān Yīn) is the bodhisattva of compassion.

References

  1. Third Databook, page 295

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