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  • In summoning animals a blood contract is required, how does the summoning of inanimate objects work?

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    • I think you usually needs scrolls to summons objects (Such as weaponry).

      Where as summoning living beings, things aren't exactly clear. For instance, Pa could summon Naruto yet he didn't have a blood contract with him (that we know of at least). Yet usually when you summon a living being, you use a blood contract.

      I think it's more of a chakra base thing than a blood thing. Madara and Obito could summon Kurama yet i don't think that Bijuu bleed.

      Flying thundergod works like the summoning technique, yet you don't need blood contract for it. You just teleport somebody from mark 1 to mark 2, and the mark is most likely chakra based.

      The rinnegan user can summon its path thanks to the rinnegan rods, which can handle chakra.

      So probably a blood contract is chakra based as well.

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    • The Bijuu indeed do bleed.

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    • Vladosaurus wrote: Flying thundergod works like the summoning technique, yet you don't need blood contract for it. You just teleport somebody from mark 1 to mark 2, and the mark is most likely chakra based.

      FTG has nothing to do with the summoning jutsu.

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    • UltimaDude wrote:

      Vladosaurus wrote: Flying thundergod works like the summoning technique, yet you don't need blood contract for it. You just teleport somebody from mark 1 to mark 2, and the mark is most likely chakra based.

      FTG has nothing to do with the summoning jutsu.

      I think it was stated that they work in similar fashion. At the end of the day, both of them are glorified space-time jutsus.

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    • Vladosaurus wrote: I think it was stated that they work in similar fashion. At the end of the day, both of them are glorified space-time jutsus.

      FTG was compared to the summoning jutsu because they both involve teleportation. The OP asked about the requirments about the summoning jutsu, not FTG

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    • The rashomon requires blood to summon them, but they aren't alive....are they lol?

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    • I don't think the blood of the summoned creature/object matters, only the blood of the summoner is necessary since their blood is the one sealing the contract.

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    • Isn’t that just unsealing? Those are stored in a scroll, but unlike the Summoning Technique it doesn’t require a blood contract.

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    • Plus, weapon summoning wasn't passed to Sasuke by Orochimaru, it was seemingly his own creation.

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    • Are you referring to this? Sasuke picked that up on his own I believe, Orochimaru didn’t teach him. Unless you’re talking about another move?

      I always thought a reverse summoning was when a creature you make a blood contract with summons the user. I get your point that it’s of similar ilk in terms of presentation relative to the Summoning tech, but it’s still quite different lol. Semantics in the grand scheme of things, but I still feel the need to point it out.

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