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it would work the same way Chiyo's revival jutsu worked. the dead shinobi would be summoned to a new clone body of their own. then the summoner would cast a jutsu that causes the revived shinobi's soul to absorb the life force of the clone, which would then bind the soul to the clone's body and completely bring them back to life while the clone itself dies
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it would work the same way Chiyo's revival jutsu worked. the dead shinobi would be summoned to a new clone body of their own. then the summoner would cast a jutsu that causes the revived shinobi's soul to absorb the life force of the clone, which would then bind the soul to the clone's body and completely bring them back to life while the clone itself dies, essentially causing the original to switch places with the clone IE the clone's soul goes to the pure land while the original's soul gets a new body

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Thekillman wrote:

Actionmanrandell wrote: all i am asking is if you think it would be possible for orochimaru could use the clone jutsu to alter the edo tensei and truly revive shinobi in this manner

No. I don't see how this would actually revive the Edo Tensei.

I am, however, wondering how long it'll take before we get cloned armies of genetically-engineered god-like ninja.

it would work the same way Chiyo's revival jutsu worked. the dead shinobi would be summoned to a new clone body of their own. then the summoner would cast a jutsu that causes the revived shinobi's soul to absorb the life force of the clone, which would then bind the soul to the clone's body and completely bring them back to life while the clone itself dies, essentially causing the original to switch places with the clone IE the clone's soul goes to the pure land while the original's soul gets a new body

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