ariants Edit Edit
Cursed Seal of Heaven Application Edit Edit
Sasuke has shown that by forcing more chakra from the Cursed Seal of Heaven, he can use an additional Chidori after reaching his daily limit. Despite the significant power gained from the Cursed Seal's influence, this Chidori — identified as Flapping Chidori (羽撃く千鳥, Habataku Chidori, English TV: Black Chidori, Literally meaning: Flapping One Thousand Birds), — is essentially the same technique. Rather than the bright hues and chirping noises that are normally associated with the Chidori, this particular variant emanates a dark gleam along with the distinct sound of flapping wings. Sasuke has not been seen using this form of the technique since his fight with Naruto at the Valley of the End, and it is presumed that the ability to do so was lost along with his Cursed Seal during his battle with Itachi. In the first Ultimate Ninja Storm game, it is referred to as "Chidori Lament" and in the Path of the Ninja 2 game, it is referred to as "Dark Chidori".
Six Paths Application Edit Edit
Upon gaining half of Hagoromo's power, Sasuke was able to empower his Chidori by infusing it with the Six Paths Power. Doing so, Sasuke was able to effectively combat Madara Uchiha as the Ten-Tailsjinchūriki, even having enough power to cut him in half.
Susanoo Application Edit Edit
Sasuke has also shown the ability to apply his Chidori through a Complete Body — Susanoo via its primary left hand. It was shown to be able to clash with Naruto's senjutsu-enhanced Tailed Beast Ball. After absorbing the chakra of nine tailed beasts using his Susanoo as a vessel, he uses Chidori in a shape of senbon and arrow with his enhanced Susanoo. These attacks are strong enough to destroy a Truth-Seeking Ball and Tailed Beast Bal