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|ref=<ref>Second Databook, page 208</ref>
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|ref=<ref name="d2">''[[Tō no Sho]]'', page 208</ref>
 
|image=Kiba and Akamaru's Dual wolf fang.png
 
|image=Kiba and Akamaru's Dual wolf fang.png
 
|kanji=牙狼牙
 
|kanji=牙狼牙
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|parent jutsu=Human Beast Combination Transformation: Double-Headed Wolf,
 
|parent jutsu=Human Beast Combination Transformation: Double-Headed Wolf,
 
|jutsu rank=B
 
|jutsu rank=B
|jutsu classification=Taijutsu, Collaboration Jutsu, Kinjutsu
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|jutsu classification=Taijutsu, Collaboration Techniques
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu range=Mid, Long
 
|jutsu range=Mid, Long
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|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game
 
|jutsu media=Anime, Manga, Game
 
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After Akamaru uses [[Dynamic Marking]] to mark a target, both he and Kiba use [[Human Beast Combination Transformation: Double-Headed Wolf]] to become a large, two-headed wolf. The two then perform a much more powerful [[Fang Passing Fang]] attack. Like the lesser version, they spin rapidly to attack their target. Unlike the previous version, however, they move so rapidly that they can't see where they're going, hence the reason for the earlier Dynamic Marking, which allows them to track their opponents via the distinctive scent.
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After an [[Inuzuka]] and their [[ninken]] combine into a [[Double-Headed Wolf]], they begin spinning extremely rapidly towards their target. Because of how fast they spin, they are not able to see while using this technique, necessitating that targets be [[Dynamic Marking|marked]] beforehand so that they can be tracked by smell.<ref name="d2"/> In the anime, [[Kiba]] and [[Akamaru]] are eventually able to overcome this handicap.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 303</ref> Regardless of how targets may try to evade them,<ref name="c204">''Naruto'' chapter 204</ref> the Double-Headed Wolf pursues them until it's finally able to strike. Even without a direct hit, targets will receive extensive cutting damage from the vacuum vortex that's created by the Fang Wolf Fang's rotation.<ref name="d2"/> The Fang Wolf Fang is powerful enough to sever [[Ukon]] from [[Sakon]] and leave a dent in the [[Summoning: Rashōmon]]. But such power places a great strain on the users' bodies, limiting the number of times that they can perform Fang Wolf Fang.<ref name="c204"/>
   
This attack is powerful enough to cut a person in two, and even dent a [[Rashōmon]] gate. Even if the attack misses, its speed is so great that the surrounding air can slice like a blade. Such power is not without its drawbacks, however. Not only does this attack effectively blind both Kiba and Akamaru for its duration, but it tires them such that they can only perform it twice during Part I before requiring rest.
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== See Also ==
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* [[Fang Passing Fang]]
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* [[Fang Rotating Fang]]
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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[[Clan::Inuzuka clan| ]]
 
[[Clan::Inuzuka clan| ]]
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[[es:Doble Colmillo de Lobo]]

Latest revision as of 23:39, November 1, 2019

After an Inuzuka and their ninken combine into a Double-Headed Wolf, they begin spinning extremely rapidly towards their target. Because of how fast they spin, they are not able to see while using this technique, necessitating that targets be marked beforehand so that they can be tracked by smell.[1] In the anime, Kiba and Akamaru are eventually able to overcome this handicap.[2] Regardless of how targets may try to evade them,[3] the Double-Headed Wolf pursues them until it's finally able to strike. Even without a direct hit, targets will receive extensive cutting damage from the vacuum vortex that's created by the Fang Wolf Fang's rotation.[1] The Fang Wolf Fang is powerful enough to sever Ukon from Sakon and leave a dent in the Summoning: Rashōmon. But such power places a great strain on the users' bodies, limiting the number of times that they can perform Fang Wolf Fang.[3]

See Also Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Tō no Sho, page 208
  2. Naruto: Shippūden episode 303
  3. 3.0 3.1 Naruto chapter 204
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