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|literal english=King of King's Arrow
 
|literal english=King of King's Arrow
 
|parent jutsu=Chidori, Susanoo
 
|parent jutsu=Chidori, Susanoo
|jutsu classification=Kekkei Genkai~Rinnegan~Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan, Dōjutsu, Ninjutsu
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|jutsu classification=Kekkei Genkai~Rinnegan~Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan, Dōjutsu, Ninjutsu, Tailed Beast Skill
 
|jutsu type=Lightning Release
 
|jutsu type=Lightning Release
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
 
|jutsu class type=Offensive
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|jutsu media=Manga
 
|jutsu media=Manga
 
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After absorbing the [[chakra|chakras]] from all nine [[tailed beasts]] using [[Susanoo]] as a vessel, the user's Susanoo is able to create a bow and arrow which are infused with [[lightning]]-[[nature transformation|natured]] chakra. One arrow was strong enough to counter a [[senjutsu]]-enhanced [[Tailed Beast Ball]].
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After absorbing the [[chakra|chakras]] from all nine [[tailed beasts]] using [[Susanoo]] as a vessel, the user's Susanoo is able to create a bow and arrow which are infused with [[lightning]]-[[nature transformation|natured]] chakra. One arrow was powerful enough to matched the combined power of both a [[senjutsu]]-enhanced [[Tailed Beast Ball Rasenshuriken]] and [[Wind Release: Ultra-Big Ball Rasenshuriken]], producing a sizable explosion on impact.
   
 
== Influence ==
 
== Influence ==
This technique seems to be influenced by Hindu mythology, in which the rainbow is called Indra's Bow.
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This technique seems to be influenced by Hindu mythology, in which the rainbow is known as Indra's Bow.

Revision as of 11:19, October 23, 2014

After absorbing the chakras from all nine tailed beasts using Susanoo as a vessel, the user's Susanoo is able to create a bow and arrow which are infused with lightning-natured chakra. One arrow was powerful enough to matched the combined power of both a senjutsu-enhanced Tailed Beast Ball Rasenshuriken and Wind Release: Ultra-Big Ball Rasenshuriken, producing a sizable explosion on impact.

Influence

This technique seems to be influenced by Hindu mythology, in which the rainbow is known as Indra's Bow.

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