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|ref=<ref>''[[Rin no Sho]]'', page 211</ref>
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|image=Rope Escape Technique part 1.png;Even though Sasuke got tied up…
 
|image=Rope Escape Technique part 1.png;Even though Sasuke got tied up…
 
Rope Escape Technique part 2.png;…he quickly frees himself with the Rope Escape Technique.
 
Rope Escape Technique part 2.png;…he quickly frees himself with the Rope Escape Technique.
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A basic technique taught at the [[Academy]]. It allows a ninja to free themselves if they have been tied up. Sasuke demonstrated this when Naruto tied him up and gagged him. How this is done is unknown.
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A tenet of [[shinobi]] is that they must escape any situation, no matter how difficult things may seem. Accordingly, this is the first [[jutsu]] taught in [[Konohagakure]]'s [[Ninja Academy]]. When the user is bound, they do what they can to escape, such as by finding a way to untie the knot or dislocating their joints in order to get free of the bindings. Although this is the most basic of the escape-based jutsu, it is still fairly complicated to perform.<ref name="d1"/>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 07:25, March 6, 2019

A tenet of shinobi is that they must escape any situation, no matter how difficult things may seem. Accordingly, this is the first jutsu taught in Konohagakure's Ninja Academy. When the user is bound, they do what they can to escape, such as by finding a way to untie the knot or dislocating their joints in order to get free of the bindings. Although this is the most basic of the escape-based jutsu, it is still fairly complicated to perform.[1]

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Rin no Sho, page 211
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