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After becoming Hokage, and so much more in ''Boruto'', it is safe to say that Naruto has learned a great deal more than when he was just a kid, and originally learned to use the Shadow Clone jutsu. He has been using it frequently since then, using it whilst fighting to pull off his Rasengan or to multi-task in his daily life. Obviously it is not his most destructive jutsu, but talking sheer mastery with it, I doubt he would be better at another jutsu.

But with how many jutsus and techniques Naruto has by now, is his Shadow Clone jutsu still the one he's the most proficient at? If not, then what is his most proficient jutsu, and when did it become his most proficient?

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  • I would say that his most broken jutsu would be the Sage art: Super Tailed Beast Rasenshuriken. It is a giant Rasenshuriken with six paths sage chakra and chakra from Kurama and all the other tailed beasts. The shadow clone jutsu is good but since it divides the chakra evenly among how many clones there are then the more clones you have the weaker they are going to be. – JuicY_Burrito Jul 1 at 9:31
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I think his strongest justu is his Sage Art: Super Tailed Beast Rasenshuriken, but his most PROFICIENT jutsu would be his multi shadow clone justu simply because it is an extension of his shadow clone jutsu, which is one of the first jutsu he mastered and he has been using it since he was 12 or however old he was when he defended Ikura.

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