Nine-Tailed Naruto Wild Attack

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Nine-Tailed Naruto Wild Attack
Kanji 九尾ナルト乱撃
Rōmaji Kyūbi Naruto Rangeki
Literal English Nine-Tailed Naruto Wild Attack
Game Naruto: Clash of Ninja
Appears in Game only
Classification Taijutsu
Class Offensive, Defensive
Range Short-range

In a jinchūriki form, Naruto unleashes a brutal series of claw slashes until he rise slashes ending with a downward slash, then in an instant releases all built up chakra in a powerful Nine-Tails Burst.


  • In the first Clash of Ninja game, Kakashi is able to copy the basic taijutsu attacks of this move with his Sharingan, but he produces no chakra aura. In subsequent games, it is beyond his ability.
  • This is the only neutral special that requires an initial blow to start up that has no cinematic scene, making it certain for the opponent to accidentally slip out of the attack at times (especially in tight corners).
  • As of the Wii sub series, glowing, ripping claw effects are added into the screen.

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