"Later, Naruto combined this with Yamato's Water Release: Tearing Torrent to create the Tornado Water Vortex Technique. This jutsu is about half complete according to Yamato."
In this part of the text, it could be understood as the Tornado Water Vortex Technique being half complete, should be re-written to offer a more understandable/accurate phrase.
Isn't the Rasenshuriken a completed version of Futon: Rasengan? --Xfing
Nope, Yamato clearly says to Kakashi that the technique is half completed. -Image Loader
...The Tornado Water Vortex Technique is a complete jutsu. It's just deprived from a half-complete jutsu and a complete jutsu. Although, it's like saying that the Rasengan is added with the Rainbow chakra, and we don't if the rainbow chakra is part of an incomplete jutsu. But, the technique is half-complete. I don't know if it's a complete jutsu now that I've been typing. Well, if it came from the Rashenshuriken, it'd probably just make a bigger waterspout so let's just say that it's complete. --Rasengan888 15:42, 31 December 2008 (UTC) P.S. Sign your name with 4x~, Image Loader.
- No statements have been made to imply that. ~NOTASTAFF Daniel Friesen (DanTMan, Nadir Seen Fire) (talk) Jan 1, 2009 @ 23:31 (UTC)
I seriously doubt it as Kakashi is evidence he described the rasenshuriken as making to many cuts for him to count and he didn't say that about the regular wind release version so I think it is safe.WolfMaster 12:32, 24 January 2009 (UTC)
I think that this technique is only harmful upon impact because it is then that the technique converts into millions of tiny wind chakra blades that pierce the body severing all cellular chakra vessels. When Naruto used it against Kakuzu he was still holding the technique upon impact resulting in his arm being caught in the blast (for a short time) and thus damaged. But while Naruto holds the technique it floats slightly above his hand thus protecting him from the effects of the technique like the Rasengan. And then when used against Pain, Naruto threw the technique thus removing the danger of being caught in the blast and thus the damage did not occur. - Zero - Talk 07:22, 26 January 2009 (UTC)
Oh. That one. Well it might be harmful as well but on a far smaller scale than the full fledged technique. Anyway, we don't have enough info on it to clearly say that it does or doesn't. - Zero - Talk 07:16, 28 January 2009 (UTC)
We do. When Naruto clashed his Wind Release: Rasengan with Kakashi's regular one, the damage was totally nonexistent. Wind Release: Rasengan is just a Rasengan with substantially increased power, it doesn't work as Rasenshuriken. - Xfing
Like I said. Compared to Kakuzu being totally defeated Kakasi's Arm was only damaged to tthe point where it seemed charred or bruised badly. So compared to the Rasenshuriken the Wind Release: Rasengan damages on a far smaller scale. The damage is not nonexistent or there would be no damage at all. - Zero - Talk 07:21, 2 February 2009 (UTC)
you people are making it sound like this tech. is weaker than the normal rasengan, which it isn't! Vik0z0z 22:50, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
Movie 5 Edit
Is this the Rasengan variant Naruto used in movie 5? Just curious. -ZeusMino-
22.214.171.124 02:24, 6 February 2009 (UTC)Possibly-RasenganMaster
the rasenshuriken is a variation, not a completion of the technique. the blades became longer to form a shuriken. this technique is still incomplete because Yamato said (I forgot when) that Naruto hasn't fully finished adding in the wind chakra (I forgot exactly what he said, but i know that the technique still isn't complete) if he completed it, it would be far more powerful than the rasenshuriken. Vik0z0z 22:19, 1 February 2009 (UTC)
While it is true that the Rasenshuriken is a variant. I must point out the Yamato was not referring to Wind Release: Rasengan when he said that it was only half complete. He was referring to the incomplete Rasenshuriken. After (or during) the fight with Kakuzu when Naruto used the Rasenshuriken the third time, he also mentioned that Naruto could only use Rasenshuriken twice before they left to help Kakashi. His knowing of the Rasenshuriken supports this fact. - Zero - Talk 07:26, 2 February 2009 (UTC)
well, the rasenshuriken (since it's a variant) is probably more powerful. since the rasenshuriken is this jutsu with the blades elongated, once this tech. is complete, then we're talking big explosions! (with the rasenshuriken) and i meant that if this tech. was complete than it would be more powerful than the rasenshuriken is now. but, my point is that the rasenshuriken will be waaaaaay more powerful once this tech. is complete. Vik0z0z 23:32, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
also, if he completes this tech. then Naruto can use this jutsu w/o going into sage mode and he can use it a number of times instead of the six rasenshuriken he can use, AND it will also be powerful enough to easily kill the target. Vik0z0z 22:45, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
if i can make this simpler, if this jutsu is complete, then by turning it into a rasenshuriken, it would far more powerful than it is now. okay, i'm done! Vik0z0z 22:55, 6 February 2009 (UTC)
- Wind Release: Rasengan is the completed form of the incomplete Rasengan. There is no indication that the technique is incomplete. The Rasenshuriken is just another Jutsu that uses the technique. ~NOTASTAFF Daniel Friesen (DanTMan, Nadir Seen Fire) (talk) Mar 30, 2009 @ 01:30 (UTC)
- Is it possible that he completed the technique during his sage training because that would explain why the Rasenshuriken looks so dense and stable, since the Rasenshuriken is partially made of this techinque. 126.96.36.199 (talk) 15:11, 16 June 2009 (UTC)
jutsu rank Edit
- the rasengan is an A ranked jutsu and kakashi said that adding the wind element would take it to an S ranked jutsu or higher Fawcettp (talk) 00:06, 22 July 2009 (UTC)
- Its not a forbidden jutsu the rasenshuriken is the forbidden one since the fifth hokage saw that it harmed the user too.the wind release: rasengan was harmless to the user.Efresh12 (talk) 18:34, December 6, 2009 (UTC)Efresh12
isn't it better to change the picture and put the one that naruto created to combine it with yamato's technique:Water Release: Tearing Torrent and form the Typhoon Water Vortex Technique?just a suggestion...
- I dug up that version. Assuming it wasn't just a poor quality shot, the current image seems better. ~SnapperTo 18:25, December 3, 2009 (UTC)
" Some people believe... Edit
...that the Wind Release: Rasengan was and early stage of Wind Release: Rasenshuriken but is unsure due to lack of information."
Fuuton. Rasengan = Is thrown? Edit
In the manga. I was always curious how Naruto combined his Wind Rasengan with Yamato's water technique to create that vortex without Naruto like. Getting hit by the water technique to create it. Which would make no sense. http://i18.mangareader.net/naruto/337/naruto-6837.jpg http://i39.mangareader.net/naruto/337/naruto-6838.jpg http://i32.mangareader.net/naruto/337/naruto-6839.jpg
Then in the anime. We see him throw it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rf6KEMsdpSQ
- You shouldn't take that literally. They just showed the two jutsu combining, its not meant to be taken seriously.--Deva 27 16:09, October 11, 2011 (UTC)
- I really doubt that he threw the Rasengan. The two techniques could have combined and the force/rotation of the water and or the Rasengan propelled it forward.--Cerez365™ 17:37, October 11, 2011 (UTC)
Because I can assume it's harder to make than a regular Rasengan. And because Wind Release: Rasengan is the base for Rasenshuriken, he probably has no need to actually use it because he can easily manipulate it into a attack that can hurt a giant demon.--TheUltimate3 ~Keeper of Lore~ 00:57, November 1, 2011 (UTC)
Kakashi stated combining one's nature element with Rasengan would make an S-ranked jutsu or higher. However, there is no higher rank than S-rank in jutsu classification, leaving S-rank as the only possibility. --The Goblin 11:38, August 12, 2012 (UTC)
http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Talk:Wind_Release:_Rasengan#jutsu_rank See, Listen, hear--This is me, Jaison Clinton Castelino 12:14, August 12, 2012 (UTC)