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With this technique a translucent string, both elastic and highly durable, is attached to a shuriken, making it possible to alter its path after having thrown it. An expert will have the ability to freely glide the shuriken in any direction with just a single movement of their fingertip. The first attack, challenging the enemy, is avoided and after a time-lag of several seconds, it will come from behind. Depending on the performance, the possible tactics can be infinite.
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With this technique a translucent [[wire strings|string]], both elastic and highly durable, is attached to a shuriken, making it possible to alter its path after having thrown it. An expert will have the ability to freely glide the shuriken in any direction with just a single movement of their fingertip. The first attack, challenging the enemy, is avoided and after a time-lag of several seconds, it will come from behind. Depending on the performance, the possible tactics can be infinite.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 07:26, March 11, 2014

Manipulated Shuriken Technique[1]

Manipulated Shuriken Technique
Name
Kanji 操手裏剣の術
Rōmaji Sōshuriken no Jutsu
Literal English Manipulated Shuriken Technique
Debut
Manga Chapter #358
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #123
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Ninjutsu, Shurikenjutsu
Rank D-rank
Class Supplementary
Range All ranges
Derived jutsu
Users

With this technique a translucent string, both elastic and highly durable, is attached to a shuriken, making it possible to alter its path after having thrown it. An expert will have the ability to freely glide the shuriken in any direction with just a single movement of their fingertip. The first attack, challenging the enemy, is avoided and after a time-lag of several seconds, it will come from behind. Depending on the performance, the possible tactics can be infinite.

References Edit

  1. Third Databook, page 282

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