Ninjutsu Sets and Families

Much like Taijutsu has various Schools (or Ryuu or Styles or what have you) that combine complementary moves into one overarching group, Ninjutsu and Genjutsu also have such things. They are generally referred to as families or sets, depending on the nature of the relation between the techniques.

This entry refers only to Ninjutsu sets and families.


Families are jutsu that build on prior jutsu in the family to create better or more powerful versions.

Known Ninjutsu families include:

  • Bunshin - Starts with the E-rank Bunshin no Jutsu and includes elemental bunshin and the Kage Bunshin no Jutsu with its numerous variants.


Sets are jutsu that have common purpose or application. These groups may be from where they're taught, or their usefulness, or similar.

Known Ninjutsu sets include:

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