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Minato sends several Flying Thunder God kunai at his opponent, teleports to one of them, kicks the opponent sending flying back. While they are still in the air, he creates a shadow clone which teleports to the Flying Thunder God kunai around the opponent, slashing them repeatedly. Minato then goes into Nine-Tails Chakra Mode, and ends the combo with a Rasengan.
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Minato throws several Flying Thunder God kunai at his opponent, teleports to one of them, and kicks the opponent, sending them flying back. While they are still in the air, he creates a shadow clone which teleports repeatedly to the Flying Thunder God kunai around the opponent, constantly slashing them. Minato then goes into Nine-Tails Chakra Mode, charging a Rasengan. The shadow clone catches the opponent and teleports them directly in front of Minato, who lands his Rasengan, sending the opponent a long way before the Rasengan expands.

Latest revision as of 23:24, March 16, 2020

Minato throws several Flying Thunder God kunai at his opponent, teleports to one of them, and kicks the opponent, sending them flying back. While they are still in the air, he creates a shadow clone which teleports repeatedly to the Flying Thunder God kunai around the opponent, constantly slashing them. Minato then goes into Nine-Tails Chakra Mode, charging a Rasengan. The shadow clone catches the opponent and teleports them directly in front of Minato, who lands his Rasengan, sending the opponent a long way before the Rasengan expands.

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