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  1. So I learned from other players that it is apparently intended for ,,Poision Senbon Technique" and ,,Treat Wounds Technique" to share a cool down. If this is true, it is a very unique way and very specific function. But the ingame description for both jutsus do nowhere mention that cool downs between those 2 jutsus are shared. None of the scroll descriptions for treat wounds or poision senbon mention a shared cool down none of the respective level 1 skill descriptions mention a shared cool down none of the respective level 2 skill descriptions mention a shared cool down none of the respective max level skill descriptions mention a shared cool down So it is either the case that the description is incomplete or it is the case that those 2 jutsus do unintentionally share cool downs.
  2. Poision Senbon Teqchnique and Treat Wounds Technique share their cool downs. When one of them is successfully used, the other goes into cool down, too. But ,,successfully" is the keyword here. If a technique fails in its execution, the other skill does not correctly show beeing on cool down. It appears that it can be used despite the fact that it is secretly on cool down, too.