Editing: Summoning: Earth Release: Tracking Fang Technique Back to page http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb1/messaging/images/f/f1/Greenbutton.png [http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Special:Signup?returnto=Summoning:_Earth_Release:_Tracking_Fang_Technique CLICK HERE TO LOG IN OR CREATE AN ACCOUNT] http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb1/messaging/images/f/f1/Greenbutton.png References: Image: Zabuza Caught.PNG Kanji: Unnamed Rōmaji: Literal english: English tv: Viz manga: Game names: Other names: Parent jutsu: Related jutsu: info.pngThese are jutsus that are not developed from or developed into this jutsu. Rank: info.pngAll ranks come from the author of the series in the official databooks. EDCBAS Classification: Jutsu types: Type: Offensive Defensive Supplementary Range: Short Mid Long (Short, 0-5m; Mid, 5-10m; Long, 10m+) Users: Team: Hand signs Debut (manga; chapter #): Debut (anime; episode #): Shippūden Debut Game: Debut Movie: Anime OVA In Media: Anime Manga Game Movie Article Text A high-grade tracking-offensive ninjutsu where one calls upon [[ninken]] with a summoning, so they can tail the target from underground and assault it simultaneously with their fangs. After the user marks an opponent with his or her blood, they roll out a scroll and smear their blood across it. Afterwards they place it between their hands and make the seals before slamming the scroll into the ground. The ninken are summoned there and travel through the ground following the scent of the blood. When the target is found, they erupt from the ground and hold down the opponent with their mouths. == Trivia == * In ''[[Naruto: Ultimate Ninja]]'', Kakashi's second special move is a variation of this technique in which [[Bull]] bursts out of the ground and strikes the enemy with a double bladed sword which he holds in his mouth. == References == <references/> [[ru:Призыв: Элемент земли: Дзюцу преследующего клыка]] Summary: Minor edit Follow this page Cancel Retrieved from "http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Summoning:_Earth_Release:_Tracking_Fang_Technique"