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The '''Water Clone Technique''' is a technique that originates from [[Kirigakure] <ref>''Naruto'' chapter 142, page 10</ref> and uses water as a medium to create clones of the user. The clones possess one-tenth of the user's power,<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 23, page 3</ref> and can be used as medium to perform other [[Water Release]] techniques, such as when Kisame reverted their arms into water to perform the [[Water Prison Technique]].<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 257, page 16</ref> When these clones are struck with sufficient amount of force, they will revert to their water form.
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The '''Water Clone Technique''' is a technique that originates from [[Kirigakure]] <ref>''Naruto'' chapter 142, page 10</ref> and uses water as a medium to create clones of the user. The clones possess one-tenth of the user's power,<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 23, page 3</ref> and can be used as medium to perform other [[Water Release]] techniques, such as when Kisame reverted their arms into water to perform the [[Water Prison Technique]].<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 257, page 16</ref> When these clones are struck with sufficient amount of force, they will revert to their water form.
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 13:47, October 1, 2017

The Water Clone Technique is a technique that originates from Kirigakure [2] and uses water as a medium to create clones of the user. The clones possess one-tenth of the user's power,[3] and can be used as medium to perform other Water Release techniques, such as when Kisame reverted their arms into water to perform the Water Prison Technique.[4] When these clones are struck with sufficient amount of force, they will revert to their water form.

See Also

References

  1. First Databook, page 224
  2. Naruto chapter 142, page 10
  3. Naruto chapter 23, page 3
  4. Naruto chapter 257, page 16
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