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A special adhesive net released from Kidōmaru's mouth. These nets, created with chakra, stick to their prey and do not let go. The nets themselves are very small, but can be created in a split second, so raising the rate of capture by spitting out several in a row is possible. It is useful technique against multiple enemies. Anyone caught by the two layered nets are plastered to a wall or tree behind them.
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A special adhesive net released from Kidōmaru's mouth. These nets, created with [[chakra]], stick to their prey and do not let go. The nets themselves are very small, but can be created in a split second, so raising the rate of capture by spitting out several in a row is possible, making it also useful against multiple enemies. Anyone caught by the two-layered nets are plastered to the object behind them.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 00:41, February 22, 2014

Spider Web Flower[1]

Kumosoka
Name
Kanji 蜘蛛巣花
Rōmaji Kumo Sōka
Literal English Spider Web Flower
Debut
Manga Chapter #193
Anime Naruto Episode #115
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Hiden, Ninjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range Short to Mid range
Users

A special adhesive net released from Kidōmaru's mouth. These nets, created with chakra, stick to their prey and do not let go. The nets themselves are very small, but can be created in a split second, so raising the rate of capture by spitting out several in a row is possible, making it also useful against multiple enemies. Anyone caught by the two-layered nets are plastered to the object behind them.

References Edit

  1. Second Databook, page 215

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