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|image=Sand Sensing.png
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|ref=<ref name="d4">Fourth Databook, page 321</ref>
|kanji=砂の感知
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|image=Sunanokanchi.png
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|kanji=潜砂絵猫
 
|unnamed jutsu=No
 
|unnamed jutsu=No
|romaji=Suna no Kanchi
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|romaji=Sensa Kaibyō
|literal english=Sand Sensing
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|literal english=Concealed Sand Picture Cat
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|other names={{translation|Sand Sensing|砂の感知|Suna no Kanchi}}
 
|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu
 
|jutsu classification=Ninjutsu
 
|jutsu class type=Supplementary
 
|jutsu class type=Supplementary
|jutsu range=Long
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|jutsu range=Short, Mid, Long
 
|users=Gaara
 
|users=Gaara
 
|debut manga=524
 
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'''Sand Sensing''' is a {{translation|contact type|接触タイプ|Sesshoku Taipu}} sensory-technique. By dispersing [[Sand (tool)|specialised sand]] into a specific area, the user is able to discern the presence of bodies that comes into direct contact with it. This sensing sand can be spread across a wide terrain, or even float in the air allowing aerial foes to be detected.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 552, pages 16-17</ref> Once the sand comes in contact with a person, it will wrap itself around them, rendering even invisible targets, visible.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 524, page 16</ref>
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The '''Concealed Sand Picture Cat''' is a {{translation|contact type|接触タイプ|Sesshoku Taipu}} sensory-technique.
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== Usage ==
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By dispersing [[Sand|specialised sand]] into a specific area, the user is able to discern the presence of bodies that comes into direct contact with it. This sensing sand can be spread across a wide terrain, or even float in the air allowing aerial foes to be detected.<ref>Chapter 552, pages 16-17</ref> Once the sand comes in contact with a person, it will wrap itself around them, rendering even invisible targets, visible.<ref>Chapter 524, page 16</ref>
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== Trivia ==
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* This technique's name might come from "picturing a concealed sand cat", as shown in its first usage, when Gaara used it to sense [[Mū]], who was under the effects of his [[Dustless Bewildering Cover|invisibility technique]]. [[wikipedia:Sand cat|Sand cats]] are capable of walking on sand without leaving noticeable footprints. When this technique was used on the Second Tsuchikage, the shot focused on his footprints, which were imprinted in the sand.
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* The [[wikipedia:Furigana|reading]] of {{translation|潜砂|sensa}} is the same as the Japanese word for {{translation|sensor|センサ|sensa}}.
   
 
== References ==
 
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[[es:Arena Sensitiva]]

Latest revision as of 21:21, January 21, 2015

Concealed Sand Picture Cat [1]
Sunanokanchi
Name
Kanji 潜砂絵猫
Rōmaji Sensa Kaibyō
Literal English Concealed Sand Picture Cat
Other Sand Sensing (砂の感知, Suna no Kanchi)
Debut
Manga Chapter #524
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #266
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range All ranges
Users

The Concealed Sand Picture Cat is a contact type (接触タイプ, Sesshoku Taipu) sensory-technique.

Usage Edit

By dispersing specialised sand into a specific area, the user is able to discern the presence of bodies that comes into direct contact with it. This sensing sand can be spread across a wide terrain, or even float in the air allowing aerial foes to be detected.[2] Once the sand comes in contact with a person, it will wrap itself around them, rendering even invisible targets, visible.[3]

Trivia Edit

  • This technique's name might come from "picturing a concealed sand cat", as shown in its first usage, when Gaara used it to sense , who was under the effects of his invisibility technique. Sand cats are capable of walking on sand without leaving noticeable footprints. When this technique was used on the Second Tsuchikage, the shot focused on his footprints, which were imprinted in the sand.
  • The reading of 潜砂 (sensa) is the same as the Japanese word for sensor (センサ, sensa).

References Edit

  1. Fourth Databook, page 321
  2. Chapter 552, pages 16-17
  3. Chapter 524, page 16

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