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Limbo: Border Jail

  • …an invisible duplicate is released…
  • …which attacks any opponent as an invisible force.

Name

Kanji

輪墓・辺獄

Rōmaji

Rinbo: Hengoku

Literal English

Wheel Grave: Border Jail

Viz manga

Limbo Hengoku

Debut

Appears in

Manga only

Data

Classification

Rinnegan Kekkei Genkai, Ninjutsu, Dōjutsu, Clone Techniques

Rank

S-rank

Class

Supplementary

Range

All ranges

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The original article can be found on Narutopedia at Limbo: Border Jail.

Limbo: Border Jail is a technique which uses the power of the Rinnegan.

Usage

The user projects a shadow of themselves into the invisible world known as Limbo (輪墓; Literally meaning "Wheel Grave"). The shadow is generally impossible to detect or visually perceive without the Rinnegan. This can operate independently of the user and attack or restrain target(s), or defend the original body from attacks as the shadow was strong enough to repel all nine tailed beasts in a single instance. All the while to the naked eye, it appears to be the act of an invisible force.

Drawbacks

Although it is invulnerable to most physical attacks, techniques which make use of the Sage of the Six Paths' chakra can cause harm to the shadow. The downside to this technique is that the user's shadow, after a set period of time, automatically returns to their body and it is left temporarily unusable.

Trivia

  • Both the first word's furigana (リンボ, Rinbo) and the second word (辺獄, Hengoku) refer to Limbo, with リンボ being the Japanese way of writing Limbo and 辺獄 being an actual translation of the word's meaning.

References

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