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Shino reveals several [[kikaichū]] behind his opponent, which begin to wrap around them. At the same time, Shino sends more insects in a spiralling pattern. All the insects swarm at the opponent, damaging them, and then dispersing.
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* The kanji 簇 literally means 'swarm', but 'yajiri' means 'arrowhead'. In Japanese, 'arrowhead' can be written with a kanji that is basically the kanji 簇 with the kanji for {{translation|'metal'|金}}: 鏃.
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* The kanji 簇 literally means "swarm", but "yajiri" means "arrowhead". In Japanese, "arrowhead" can be written with a kanji that is basically the kanji 簇 with the kanji for {{translation|"metal"|金|kin}}.
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Latest revision as of 08:22, November 24, 2014

Parasitic Destruction Insects: Arrowhead Swarm

Parasitic Insect swarm
Name
Kanji 寄壊蟲・簇
Rōmaji Kikaichū: Yajiri
Literal English Parasitic Destruction Insects: Swarm
Games Parasitic Insects: Swarm
Debut
Game Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 2
Appears in Game only
Data
Classification Aburame Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu
Class Offensive, Defensive
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

Shino reveals several kikaichū behind his opponent, which begin to wrap around them. At the same time, Shino sends more insects in a spiralling pattern. All the insects swarm at the opponent, damaging them, and then dispersing.

Trivia Edit

  • The kanji 簇 literally means "swarm", but "yajiri" means "arrowhead". In Japanese, "arrowhead" can be written with a kanji that is basically the kanji 簇 with the kanji for "metal" (金, kin).

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