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|ref=<ref>''[[Tō no Sho]]'', page 220</ref>
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|ref=<ref name="d2">''[[Tō no Sho]]'', page 220</ref>
 
|image=The 3rd Caught In The Infinite Darkness.PNG
 
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|kanji=黒暗行の術
 
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|jutsu type=Yin Release
 
|jutsu type=Yin Release
 
|jutsu class type=Supplementary
 
|jutsu class type=Supplementary
|jutsu range=Mid, Long
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|jutsu range=Short, Mid
 
|users=Hashirama Senju~manga, Tobirama Senju~anime, Black Shadow~game
 
|users=Hashirama Senju~manga, Tobirama Senju~anime, Black Shadow~game
 
|hand signs=Tiger
 
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|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game
 
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The user places a hallucinatory darkness on a target's eyesight, causing them to see nothing but black; ''[[Tō no Sho]]'' likens the sensation to being at the bottom of a deep hole. Because the target cannot see, they are very vulnerable to attack. Although this handicap is dangerous even to the likes of the [[Third Hokage]],<ref name="d2"/> it is not insurmountable, as the Third is able to sense attacks to try to defend himself and smell his attackers in order to stage a counterattack. When the Third finally captures the user and begins [[Dead Demon Consuming Seal|removing their soul]], the darkness disperses, something that [[Orochimaru]], an onlooker, immediately notices.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 123</ref>
The user casts an illusion of darkness upon an opponent to take away their sight. As such, this allows the user to attack an opponent unseen. Although it negates sight, the opponent can still rely on their other senses.
 
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* The full name of this technique is {{translation|Genjutsu: Bringer-of-Darkness Technique|幻術・黒暗行の術|Genjutsu: Kokuangyo no Jutsu|lit meaning=Illusion Technique: Bringer-of-Darkness Technique}}.
* In the anime, [[Tobirama Senju]] was the one to use this technique. However, in the manga, the technique was cast by [[Hashirama Senju]]. In the video game ''[[Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3]]'', both are capable of performing the technique.
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* In the manga, this technique is performed by [[Hashirama Senju]]. In the anime, it is instead performed by [[Tobirama Senju]]. In ''[[Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3]]'', both are capable of performing the technique.
* In the manga and anime, this technique is called by its full name, {{translation|Genjutsu: Bringer-of-Darkness Technique|幻術・黒暗行の術|Genjutsu: Kokuangyo no Jutsu|lit meaning=Illusion Technique: Bringer-of-Darkness Technique}}. The databook entry for this technique drops the "Genjutsu" part.
 
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:17, October 14, 2019

The user places a hallucinatory darkness on a target's eyesight, causing them to see nothing but black; Tō no Sho likens the sensation to being at the bottom of a deep hole. Because the target cannot see, they are very vulnerable to attack. Although this handicap is dangerous even to the likes of the Third Hokage,[1] it is not insurmountable, as the Third is able to sense attacks to try to defend himself and smell his attackers in order to stage a counterattack. When the Third finally captures the user and begins removing their soul, the darkness disperses, something that Orochimaru, an onlooker, immediately notices.[2]

Trivia

  • The full name of this technique is Genjutsu: Bringer-of-Darkness Technique (幻術・黒暗行の術, Genjutsu: Kokuangyo no Jutsu, Literally meaning: Illusion Technique: Bringer-of-Darkness Technique).
  • In the manga, this technique is performed by Hashirama Senju. In the anime, it is instead performed by Tobirama Senju. In Naruto: Ultimate Ninja 3, both are capable of performing the technique.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Tō no Sho, page 220
  2. Naruto chapter 123
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