Editing: Twin Snakes Mutual Death Technique Back to page http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb1/messaging/images/f/f1/Greenbutton.png [http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Special:Signup?returnto=Twin_Snakes_Mutual_Death_Technique CLICK HERE TO LOG IN OR CREATE AN ACCOUNT] http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb1/messaging/images/f/f1/Greenbutton.png References: Image: Twin Snakes Mutual Death.JPG Kanji: Unnamed Rōmaji: Literal english: English tv: Viz manga: Game names: Other names: Parent jutsu: Related jutsu: info.pngThese are jutsus that are not developed from or developed into this jutsu. Rank: info.pngAll ranks come from the author of the series in the official databooks. EDCBAS Classification: Jutsu types: Type: Offensive Defensive Supplementary Range: Short Mid Long (Short, 0-5m; Mid, 5-10m; Long, 10m+) Users: Team: Hand signs Debut (manga; chapter #): Debut (anime; episode #): Shippūden Debut Game: Debut Movie: Anime OVA In Media: Anime Manga Game Movie Article Text This forbidden technique is a murder-suicide attack, killing both the user and the target. The user makes a one-handed seal with both their hand and the intended victim's. Two snakes are then [[Summoning Technique|summoned]] from the user's sleeve, biting both their wrists and killing them with deadly venom. When [[Anko Mitarashi]] used this technique against [[Orochimaru]], he replaced himself with a clone to avoid harm, leaving Anko unable to finish the technique. == Trivia == * In ''[[Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3]]'', when Anko performs this technique, two summoned snakes wrap themselves around her and her victim and lock themselves in that position by biting each others' necks, the snakes then detonate. For game play reasons, however, Anko is left unharmed. * This technique also activates Anko's [[Cursed Seal of Heaven]], but only if it's used against Orochimaru. == References == <references/> [[es:Jutsu de Sacrificio de Serpientes Gemelas]] Summary: Minor edit Follow this page Cancel Retrieved from "http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Twin_Snakes_Mutual_Death_Technique"