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Suigetsu transforms into a wave of [[Water Release|water]] which crashes into the opponent. He then rushes behind the opponent and slashes them with the [[Kubikiribōchō]].
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Suigetsu transforms into a wave of water which crashes into the opponent. He then rushes behind the opponent with the lower half of his body still being waves and slashes them in half with the [[Kubikiribōchō]].
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== Trivia ==
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* The Hydrification Technique's name is intended to be a pun. {{translation|"Suika"|水化}} is the Japanese term for "hydration", but separately, the kanji mean {{translation|"water"|水}} and {{translation|"to become"|化}} respectively, translating to something more similar to "hydrification" ("to become water"). This explains the effect of this technique more precisely.

Latest revision as of 08:34, November 24, 2014

Torrent: Hydrification Technique

Name
Kanji 激流・水化の術
Rōmaji Gekiryū: Suika no Jutsu
Literal English Torrent: Hydrification Technique
Games Torrent: Water Transformation Jutsu
Debut
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
Appears in Game only
Data
Classification Hōzuki Symbol Hiden, Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Mid-range
Hand seals Snake
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

Suigetsu transforms into a wave of water which crashes into the opponent. He then rushes behind the opponent with the lower half of his body still being waves and slashes them in half with the Kubikiribōchō.

Trivia Edit

  • The Hydrification Technique's name is intended to be a pun. "Suika" (水化) is the Japanese term for "hydration", but separately, the kanji mean "water" (水) and "to become" (化) respectively, translating to something more similar to "hydrification" ("to become water"). This explains the effect of this technique more precisely.

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