Doesn't the Chakra Strings technique used by Puppet users count as Chakra Flow? On that same topic, are there techniques that use Chakra strings but not the puppet. I only bring this up cause I'm thinking of making a page on Chakra strings having it link here and to the Puppet page.
¥ Super Novice ↔ Talk 2 Me ¥ 21:15, March 6, 2010 (UTC)
Was this technique mentioned in the Guidebook? It seems kinda weird that both weapon amplification and body amplification is known as the same thing, although it also makes some sense. I only see Stone Armor as the body-enhancing technique that mentions Chakra Flow. --GoDai (talk) 23:19, October 28, 2010 (UTC)
- I can only remember the term being specifically used in regards to weapons. I'm sure "flow" is used in the description of A's jutsu and Mega Palm Thrust, but I'm not as sure about "chakra flow". ~SnapperTo 00:18, October 29, 2010 (UTC)
Confirmed as Chakura Nagashi ?!?
The article starts out by describing this technique as flowing chakra into an object (mostly weapons; similar to the Samurai), but then starts describing these techniques (and yes, I understand that you could see the human body as just another object, but most people won't):
More importantly, none of these 3 techniques have any references that confirm their categorisation as Chakra_Flow.
There is also an important difference in that object don't have chakra and humans do. Various ninja are seen to be enhancing their body with chakra to gain either more speed, more strength...other(?)...and that's just called ninjutsu. It doesn't really fit the pattern.
There are also more links to these 3 techniques than there are links to techniques that involve flowing chakra into weapons. Like Asuma's Flying_Swallow; Sasuke's Sword_of_Kusanagi:_Chidori_Katana; Killer B's Supervibrato_Lightning_Release_Swords; and the Samurai_Sabre_Technique. All in all, it's a very unbalanced article. --Joolushko Tunai Fenta Hovalis (talk) 21:11, March 7, 2012 (UTC)
Weight control techniques
I was wondering whether or not the Earth release techniques which control weight should be considered Chakra flow techniques since there seems to be some similarities between the two forms of techniques, primarily, the requirement for initial physical contact in order to be utilized .--Tzao (talk) 21:43, April 6, 2014 (UTC)
- By the same merit, should Chakra Transfer Technique be considered chakra flow?--Elveonora (talk) 21:47, April 6, 2014 (UTC)