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|english tv=Silent Killing
 
|english tv=Silent Killing
 
|jutsu classification=General skill, Fighting style
 
|jutsu classification=General skill, Fighting style
|users=Ameyuri Ringo, Fuguki Suikazan, Jinin Akebino, Jinpachi Munashi, Kushimaru Kuriarare, Mangetsu Hōzuki, Zabuza Momochi, Kakashi Hatake, Chūkichi~anime, Mizuki~anime, Kisame Hoshigaki~game
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|users=Ameyuri Ringo, Fuguki Suikazan, Haku, Jinin Akebino, Jinpachi Munashi, Kakashi Hatake, Kushimaru Kuriarare, Mangetsu Hōzuki, Zabuza Momochi, Chūkichi~anime, Mizuki~anime, Kisame Hoshigaki~game
|teams=Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist,
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|debut manga=12
 
|debut manga=12
 
|debut anime=7
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* Although the name of this technique is written in kanji (無音殺人術), it's pronounced in English ("silent killing"). The Japanese pronunciation of the kanji would be ''Muon Satsujin Jutsu'', which would literally translate to "soundless murder technique".
 
* Although the name of this technique is written in kanji (無音殺人術), it's pronounced in English ("silent killing"). The Japanese pronunciation of the kanji would be ''Muon Satsujin Jutsu'', which would literally translate to "soundless murder technique".
* According to [[Kakashi Hatake]], this technique allows the user to kill their opponent so quickly, that they die before realising it.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 12, page 11</ref>
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* According to Kakashi Hatake, this technique allows the user to kill their opponent so quickly, that they die before realising it.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 12, page 11</ref>
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* Silent Killing may have been inspired by various Chinese and Japanese books released during the centuries detailing ways on how to stealthy, and silently kill another person using various weapons and by targeting vital organs in the body.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 16:42, July 19, 2014

Silent Killing

Silent Killing
Name
Kanji 無音殺人術
Rōmaji Sairento Kiringu
Literal English Soundless Murder Technique
English TV Silent Killing
Debut
Manga Chapter #12
Anime Naruto Episode #7
Game Naruto: Path of the Ninja
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Data
Classification General skill, Fighting style
Users

As the name suggests, this technique is simply a very quiet method of killing an opponent, usually from behind with a blade. Additionally, because the user moves silently, it cannot be defended against, because the attack cannot be anticipated. The user will often slit their opponent's throat, preventing any cry that might give them away. The Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist are shown to be masters of this technique, and were even good enough to track and kill opponents through sound alone.[1][2] Some shinobi also opt to use a cover such as mist or even frost to rob their opponents of their field of vision and then attack them.

Trivia Edit

  • Although the name of this technique is written in kanji (無音殺人術), it's pronounced in English ("silent killing"). The Japanese pronunciation of the kanji would be Muon Satsujin Jutsu, which would literally translate to "soundless murder technique".
  • According to Kakashi Hatake, this technique allows the user to kill their opponent so quickly, that they die before realising it.[3]
  • Silent Killing may have been inspired by various Chinese and Japanese books released during the centuries detailing ways on how to stealthy, and silently kill another person using various weapons and by targeting vital organs in the body.

References Edit

  1. Naruto chapter 522, page 8
  2. Naruto chapter 523, page 7
  3. Naruto chapter 12, page 11

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