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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
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Name
Kanji ハヤブサ落とし
Rōmaji Hayabusa Otoshi
English anime Falcon Drop
English games Hayabusa Drop
Alternative names 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
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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