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* Sasuke used the technique twice in the anime without a name; its name was established by various ''Naruto'' video games.
 
* Sasuke used the technique twice in the anime without a name; its name was established by various ''Naruto'' video games.
 
* [[Wikipedia:Peregrine Falcon|Peregrine falcons]] are birds of prey found largely in North America.
 
* [[Wikipedia:Peregrine Falcon|Peregrine falcons]] are birds of prey found largely in North America.
* This move is most likely inspired by the real life wrestling move, the "[[Wikipedia:Piledriver (professional wrestling)|pile driver]]".
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* This move is most likely inspired by the real life wrestling move, the "[[Wikipedia:Piledriver (professional wrestling)|pile driver]]."
   
 
[[es:Caída del Halcón Peregrino]]
 
[[es:Caída del Halcón Peregrino]]

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Peregrine Falcon Drop

Peregrine Falcon Drop
Name
Kanji ハヤブサ落とし
Rōmaji Hayabusa Otoshi
Literal English Peregrine Falcon Drop
English TV Falcon Drop
Games Hayabusa Drop
Other Ninja Hurricane
Debut
Anime Naruto Episode #30
Movie Naruto the Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
Game Naruto: Clash of Ninja
Appears in Anime, Game, Movie only
Data
Classification Taijutsu
Class Offensive
Range Short-range
Users

The user grabs a falling opponent by their ankles, wraps his legs around their waist, and drives them head first into the ground, similar to the Front Lotus.

Trivia

  • Sasuke used the technique twice in the anime without a name; its name was established by various Naruto video games.
  • Peregrine falcons are birds of prey found largely in North America.
  • This move is most likely inspired by the real life wrestling move, the "pile driver."

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