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Re: Iruka's jutsus.


We tend to only list some jutsus when the user has it as signature jutsu or is especially skilled with it. Body Flicker Technique, Body Replacement Technique, Clone Technique, Transformation Technique, Tree Climbing Practice, Water Surface Walking Practice and some others are jutsus that pretty much every ninja can use, so listing them aren't necessary. Some exceptions are Shisui Uchiha, who apparently could use Body flicker at a advanced degree, and Tsunade, who is constantly using a advanced form of the transformation technique. We also don't lists techniques from movies and games, as the are considered non-canon. Jacce | Talk 13:58, December 11, 2009 (UTC)

As you might have noticed, we adds jutsus that is only seen in the anime in a characters infobox, with "(anime only)" after. The anime is considered canon as long as it doesn't oppose the manga. The anime mostly follows the manga, but for example in the filler arcs, their might be some mistakes. One example is that; in the manga, Akatsuki sealed the three-tails just before they sealed the two tails, but in the anime, they sealed the two-tails alone, then several episodes later they sealed the three-tails along with the four-tails. When something like that happens, we usually adds the manga part first, then after we make a comment that usually starts with; "In the anime..." or "However, in the anime...".

There are also databooks (3 so far) and fanbooks (2 so far), that is written by the author himself, that contains some info not find in the manga or anime. ShounenSuki keeps track on them, ask him if something seams strange. Jacce | Talk 16:34, December 12, 2009 (UTC)

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