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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* This technique, which leaves its victims faceless corpses, is reminiscent of the Noppera-bō from Japanese folklore, also known as a zunbera-bō, this ghost resembles a human with no face.
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* This technique, which leaves its victims faceless corpses, is reminiscent of the [[Wikipedia:Noppera-bō|Noppera-bō]] from Japanese folklore, also known as a zunbera-bō, this ghost resembles a human with no face.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 10:04, June 16, 2015

This is the article on the technique used by Orochimaru. If you are looking for the article on the technique used by the Kedōin Clan, head to Face Copying Technique.
Vanishing Facial Copy Technique [1]
Vanishing Facial Copy Technique
Name
Kanji 消写顔の術
Rōmaji Shōshagan no Jutsu
Literal English Vanishing Facial Copy Technique
Debut
Manga Volume #6, Chapter #50
Anime Naruto Episode #30
Appears in Anime, Manga
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Rank B-rank
Class Supplementary
Range Short-range
Users

This technique was developed for spying with grisly effects. The user applies their hand onto the subject's face, stealing its features and making it their own. Since what is stolen is the face itself, the disguise is achieved through facial feature alteration and won't reveal even the tiniest flaw. The victims of this technique are reduced to faceless corpses. The user can even change their voice to sound like that of the victims, making a very convincing copy. However, with enough force, the face can wrinkle and tear to the point of the user's actual face being shown underneath. The face can be peeled off at any point.

Trivia Edit

  • This technique, which leaves its victims faceless corpses, is reminiscent of the Noppera-bō from Japanese folklore, also known as a zunbera-bō, this ghost resembles a human with no face.

References Edit

  1. First Databook, page 198

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