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Paper Person of God Technique

Paper Person of God Technique (Anime Version)

Paper Person of God Technique (Manga Version)

Name

Kanji

神紙者の術

Rōmaji

Kami Shisha no Jutsu

Literal English

Paper Person of God Technique

Debut

Era Debut

Part 3: The Prelude Era

Status

Cannot Be Copied

Data

Affiliation

Paper Manipulation Ninjutsu (Ability)

Tool(s) Use

Paper

Classification

Ninjutsu, Kamijutsu

Ninja Rank

Jōnin

Rank

A-Rank

Class

Offensive, Supplementary

Range

All ranges

Other Jutsu

Parent Jutsu

Dance of the Shikigami

Users

This technique is the most strongest known Paper technique. As of yet, the technique isn't known to have been used by any character. This technique uses an innumerable amount of small sheets of paper to split any nearby lake in half, resulting in the rapid creation of a huge abyss beneath the target or targets. Due to the sudden lack of any available foothold, the target inevitably descends ever-deeper into the depths of the chasm. In order to enhance the attack's lethality and limit potential forms of retaliation, the user can freely mix in a large number of prepared explosive tags with the user's normal paper, which can be directed towards the target or targets as they fall.

Due to the massive amounts of paper used, and considering the size of the lake the user will likely be splitting apart, it is recommended that this technique is set up before a battle.

Trivia

  • This technique was copied from Narutopedia's page Paper Person of God Technique with only minor edits to fit the Role-play forum, Naruto FantasyWorld.
  • Konan used six hundred billion explosive tags, enough for ten minutes of continuous explosions, specifically to counter Obito's five minutes limited intangibility. The attack was so intense that he had to resort to using Izanagi to survive the assault.
  • The Japanese word for paper person (紙者, shisha) is pronounced the same as the Japanese word for messenger (使者, shisha). This gives the name of this technique the additional meaning Messenger of God — a messenger of God being an angel, which is also Konan's moniker.