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Using the power of the Rinnegan, the user projects an invisible shadow version of themselves which can be used to stealthily strike others as an invisible force. However, the shadow returns to the user's body after a set period of time. This shadow is invisible to all but the Rinnegan, although it can be sensed by Kurama's ability to [[Negative Emotions Sensing|detect negative emotions]]. Although typically invulnerable, attacks which make use of the [[Six Paths Technique|Sage of the Six Path]]'s chakra can cause harm to it. Madara's shadow was strong enough to repel all nine [[tailed beast]]s in a single instance.
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Using the power of the [[Rinnegan]], the user projects an invisible version of themselves into the unseeable world known as {{translation|'''Rinbo'''|輪墓|Wheel Grave}}. Rinbo is generally impossible to visually perceive or sense without either the Rinnegan or Kurama's ability to [[Negative Emotions Sensing|detect negative emotions]]. Although typically invulnerable, attacks which make use of the [[Six Paths Technique|Sage of the Six Path]]'s chakra can cause harm to the Rinbo duplicate. Madara's Rinbo clone was strong enough to repel all nine [[tailed beast|tailed beasts]] in a single instance.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==

Revision as of 06:47, April 21, 2014

This is the article on the technique. For chapter 659, head to Rinbo: Hengoku…!!.

Using the power of the Rinnegan, the user projects an invisible version of themselves into the unseeable world known as Rinbo (輪墓, Wheel Grave). Rinbo is generally impossible to visually perceive or sense without either the Rinnegan or Kurama's ability to detect negative emotions. Although typically invulnerable, attacks which make use of the Sage of the Six Path's chakra can cause harm to the Rinbo duplicate. Madara's Rinbo clone was strong enough to repel all nine tailed beasts in a single instance.

Trivia

  • Both the first word's furigana Provide an official name and the second word Provide an official name refer to the Limbo, with リンボ being the Japanese way of writing Limbo and 辺獄 being an actual translation of the word's meaning.

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