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Please stop adding links to wiktionary, they are not necessary in any way at all. You've been doing this for a while now, but obviously nobody has taken the time to ask you to stop on your talkpage, so this is that request. --Sajuuk 17:02, November 28, 2016 (UTC)
- For the most part, the wiki links you're inserting aren't needed. Feel free to discuss it on the individual talk pages if you believe otherwise.--Sarutobii2 (talk) 08:00, January 23, 2017 (UTC)
Since I guess it wasn't mentioned on your talkpage... you have been blocked indefinitely by a sysop for link spam, despite having every one of these edits reverted over the many years you have edited. --Sajuuk 12:53, August 28, 2017 (UTC)
- Removed the block, considering that you are usually a normal user. I'm not sure why you'd add illegal links all of a sudden, but please don't do that again. • Seelentau 愛 議 14:11, August 28, 2017 (UTC)
"The presence of a seal is marked by the appearance of formations of technique formulae (術式, jutsu-shiki), kanji, or else other kinds of symbols (likewise with Summoning Techniques)."To be clear, are you saying that seals, as in fūin (not in), are present during Summoning Jutsu, therefore making the Summoning Jutsu a type of Fuinjutsu? Or are you saying that both Summoning Jutsu and Fuinjutsu are often indicated by the presence of jutsu-formula and other symbols, but even so, Summoning Jutsu is not a type of Fuinjutsu.
Definition of fūin and in for anyone reading this:
- fūin: a seal that has sealed something away; a "sealing seal", for lack of a better translation.
- in: a mark, impression, stamp, or seal ("seal" here does not mean a sealing seal, it is more like a mark, impression, or stamp)