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Demonic Illusion False Being Technique
Kanji 魔幻・居る非ずの術
Rōmaji Magen: Oruazaru no Jutsu
English anime Genjutsu: Sensory Delusory
Appears in Anime, Manga, Movie
Classification Genjutsu
Class Supplementary
Range Short-range
Other jutsu
Related jutsu
Demonic Illusion: False Surroundings Technique

The Demonic Illusion: False Being Technique (魔幻・居る非ずの術, Magen: Oruazaru no Jutsu) is a Genjutsu that gives deception to an individual's actual position in their surroundings. This is done so through interrupting the flow of chakra within the individual's brain as to the actual position of the user. In this regard, the user can be a significant distance away from the illusion, and the illusion can still be active. Of course, at this point, the control over the illusion would be very sloppy and likely be pointless. Applications of this technique are enormous, and can cause great psychological strain on an enemy if used correctly. When made contact with, the doppelganger becomes a wispy substance, but quickly reforms into the full being.

Notably, the critical weakness of this illusion is that the illusory copy of oneself must stand still, for it takes considerable control for this technique to work properly. As such, should one attempt to use this tactic as a diversion for too long, it may be easily broken depending on the opponent they are confronting.