Over the more than 700 episodes of the main series of Naruto, the universe built by Masashi Kishimoto he got more and more rich and detailed, mainly in relation to his system of skills, which basically revolve around the jutsu.
Jutsus are all the techniques used by ninjas who make use of the chakra and which usually requires a specific set of the famous hand seals. Although there is a huge variety of types and classifications of jutsu, one of the most explored in the series are the Cloning Techniques.
Still in their genin formation, ninjas need to learn at least one basic technique to create clones, but that can be evolved almost infinitely, as is very well demonstrated by himself Naruto, since a large part of his skills use the Shadow Clones.
However, even though many think that precisely the Shadow Clone Technique is the most powerful of its kind, there is yet another jutsu that is just as strong. We are talking about the Twilight of Limbo or also known as Limbo: Prison Side. Used only by Madara Uchiha, this technique allows the user to create an “invisible shadow” of himself that basically has the same power as the original body.
The great advantage of this technique is that unlike the Shadow Clone or other similar jutsus, its clone is not easily destroyed and Madara was able to repel an attack of the nine tailed beasts using only this “shadow”. If the user has Rinnegan in both eyes, this ability becomes even stronger, and can create up to four shadows of the same type, which can act independently of the original body.
Madara’s Limbo Clones are extremely powerful and resistant, in addition to being invisible, which only makes them even more dangerous. Because of all this, the Limbo clones created through Limbo: Prison Side are the most powerful clones we’ve seen in Naruto Shippuden.
Naruto Shippuden was shown between the years 2007 and 2017 and counting the second phase of the anime. In it, Naruto returns after two years of training with the mission to fight Akatsuki and then rescue Sasuke from the clutches of Orochimaru.
Altogether, the anime has 500 episodes (including the Naruto Shippuden fillers), and ends the story of Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura and Kakashi. In addition, the anime sets the stage for the direct continuation of the story.
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