Re: Q&a - open for every ranks!
No. The art of Genjutsu is about inserting chakra on your opponent's brain in order to make them see the illusion you want them to see. Notice the wording, Illusion. Anything that happens in a Genjutsu, though it can take real damage, is just an illusion. If your opponent sees you disappear, it doesn't mean you actually disappear. You are still there, the only thing that changes is that your opponent doesn't see you there.
Originally Posted by ~SiskoStar~
If a jutsu is heading towards you, you will still have to block it by other means
Originally Posted by ~Sanji~
Indeed. Attacking your opponent from multiple directions is always a great way to act. The other way to act is by concealing yourself. It depends deeply on your opponent's and your opponent's summon's ability to sense you. Most flying summons will rely on their enhanced vision and higher location to track you down and hunt you, but if you take away that sense, you can make the summon useless, or even manage to make it lower his height, and make it more vulnerable to attacks.
Originally Posted by Zenryoku
This can be done by creating diversions, such as Clone Jutsus, or attacks that cover the terrain, like Hidden Mist, and impair their view.
No matter how fast they are, or how high they fly, if they cannot see you, they cannot hit you.
Hopefully, if your opponent does manage to avoid the multi-directional attack that Zen talked to you about, you will be able to distract him enough so that their summon's time of the field runs out.