|Water Release: Water Dragon Bullet Technique|
|Name||Water Release: Water Dragon Bullet Technique|
|Rōmaji||Suiton: Suiryūdan no Jutsu|
|Literal English||Water Release: Water Dragon Bullet Technique|
|Hand Seals||Ox → Monkey → Hare → Rat → Boar → Bird → Ox → Horse → Bird → Rat → Tiger → Dog → Tiger → Snake → Ox → Ram → Snake → Boar → Ram → Rat → Yang Water → Monkey → Bird → Dragon → Bird → Ox → Horse → Ram → Tiger → Snake → Rat → Monkey → Hare → Boar → Dragon → Ram → Rat → Ox → Monkey → Bird → Yang Water → Rat → Boar → Bird|
|Chakra Nature||Water Release|
|Parent jutsu||Water Release: Water Bullet Technique|
|User(s)||Moyashi Shio |
This technique shapes a large amount of water into a giant, powerful dragon, which hits the opponent with formidable might, dealing physical damage. The ideal place to use it is near a body of water, but if the user's skill allows it, it is possible to use it even in a place where there is none. The amount of water used will be in proportion with the user's skill.
- During this technique's first appearance, forty-four hand seals were used to perform it; the highest amount of hand seals necessary to use a technique shown in the series so far. However, later appearances of the technique have implied that the exact number of seals required isn't fixed.
- In Naruto: Shippūden the Movie, when the technique is used by Shizuku, who was under the influence of medically altered chakra, she has shown the capability to control a very large dragon to seek out her targets from a great distance.
- When written as "水流", suiryū means "water current".
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