According to this site, the Japanese name for this technique is Raimu Raito (雷夢雷人, Lightning Dream Lighting People). It's pronounced the same way as the English word "limelight" would be pronounced in Japanese, so it's likely a pun. --ShounenSuki 01:27, 16 January 2009 (UTC)


Since Kirin is an s-rank jutsu, and this is considered the most powerful of all lightning techniques, shouldn't this also therefor be considered s-rank?

Yeah, if this is stronger than Kirin and Lightning Cutter, two S-ranked Lightning Release techniques, it should be classed as S-Rank as well, unless collaboration Jutsu are seperate? ~Glow~ 02:40, February 17, 2010 (UTC)


How do we have a debut for a jutsu that was never actually performed? (or maybe we saw a flashback.. can't remember) Simant (talk) 18:32, October 3, 2009 (UTC)