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Description and Debut
It says that this technique debut was in Naruto Manga Chapter 329. I read that chapter and it only shows Naruto trying to add his wind elemental chakra to it. And the description that is given is unfitting because it doesn't really show him using this technique in such a way and having that kind of effect on an opponent in the chapter. And that kind of technique doesn't really need it's own page because Naruto is just using two techniques at once just like in Naruto Episode 3 when he used a Body Replacement Technique to trick Sasuke and restrain him using a Shadow Clone Technique. And in Naruto Episode 36 when he used a and then used a Transformation Technique so disguise them as his teammates. Although in my opinion, a new technique using 2 different techniques is only official when it has been confirmed in databooks, fanbooks or in an interview with Kishimoto-san himself. So I believe a user should either change the description or delete this page. ~Kracel
This was shown in the anime during the Sanbi Arc when Naruto fought Guren the second time. And if you look carefully on the first page of 329 in the first panel, the Naruto shadow clones are forming Rasengans. ~OmegaRasengan
Oh, but Naruto (or his clones) never showed the same effect in the manga so I think that the technique should only be on the one that appeared in the anime and not the manga. ~Kracel
Not a unique technique?
From what I've read in the article, I don't think we should consider this a unique technique and allow it to have its own article. This technique is, as far as I understand it, nothing more than Naruto and several of his Shadow Clones using the Rasengan. --ShounenSuki (talk | contribs) 02:21, January 10, 2010 (UTC)
- Probably. The clincher is this line imo (This version of Rasengan is not related to the Shadow Clone Rasengan from the Jump! Ultimate Stars video game.). If it was related to a game tech, then congratulations it stays just removed from the character infobox. Because of this line I have my doubts.--TheUltimate3 (talk) 12:03, January 10, 2010 (UTC)