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Omega64

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  • If you had to rank all of the great Shonen anime how would you rank them. (Dragon Ball, Naruto, One Piece, etc)

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    • It really depends on what you consider a great shonen anime. Among the three you chose. I'd rank them Dragon Ball, Naruto, and One Piece. One Piece has a problem where it drags, and, even though the story is really good, it falls behind Naruto in that respect. Of course, we aren't really even in the climax of One Piece, so Naruto gets a benefit of being already done. For all we know, One Piece's climax could be so insane it pushes it past Naruto. As for Dragon Ball, the original manga is one of the most superior works of fiction out there. The Super anime has an issue of being very "fan-servicing". The series was much better when it wasn't trying to please its fans so much. I feel Toriyama has given way of his logic, power-scaling, and world-building for just humor and hype, which is sad, because the former three things were something that made the series so great.

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  • How strong are the current kage compared to the previous generation? Chojuro, Kurotsuchi, & Darai don't seem to be as powerful as their predecessors.

    How strong is Gara without Shinkaku & did he ever have a relationship with him the way Naruto had with Kurama or B with Gyuki?

    Why wasn't B a candidate for Raikage?

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    • That's actually a pretty good question, because it definitely seems like Chojuro, Kurotsuchi, and Darui aren't as strong as the their Kage predecessors.

      However, we don't really know for sure. Darui's probably not as strong or fast as A, but his ninjutsu is actually superior. He has the Black Lightning Style and the Storm Release. Honestly, he probably could have a Lightning Armor for all we know, and if you've seen the Bonds movie, you can see how dangerous Storm Release can be.

      Chojuro is known as the best swordsman in the world and Kurotsuchi as the Lava Release. Chojuro might be able to beat Mei because even though he doesn't have her kekkei genkai, he's more physical than she is. Kurotsuchi I feel has no business being called stronger if she doesn't have the Dust Release.

      Quite frankly, I was disappointed with Chojuro being Mizukage, because I felt Suigetsu would have been a better fit, because he has some of the most broken abilities we've seen in a Kiri-nin. I definitely question if he's weaker than Chojuro.

      As for Gaara, Gaara became strong enough without Shukaku to give the false impression that he still had Shukaku. In fact, with Rasa was reanimated and he saw Gaara's Sand Tsunami, he thought Gaara had already resorted to the Play Possum Jutsu, when in reality it was just Gaara's own strength. Gaara and Shukaku had a hostile relationship like most Jinchuriki and Tailed Beasts. However, Gaara seemed to win Shukaku's respect during the war when he attempted to save it from Madara, Shukaku even protected him at a point.

      Its unknown if their relationship ever progressed after that. It doesn't seem Shukaku decided to return to Suna and Gaara after the war like Gyuki and Yang Kurama did to their Jinchuriki. However, I wouldn't eliminate the possiblity.

      As for B, its probably because he wasn't very responsible. If you knew anything about B, you'd know how unfit he is for that job. Just being powerful enough to be Raikage isn't enough to make one Raikage. Besides, B is much older than the generation that is serving as Kage now. Even Darui was 10 years younger than B, and Darui is the oldest Kage among the current Five Kage. Odds are the current Kage are composed of shinobi unburdened by the past wars, so they are a group that can focus solely on the future.

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    • @Omega64 I've just started watching Dragon Ball Super. In the Resurrection 'F' movie why was Gohan so weak? He was defeated by Freiza in his base form. Also it feels like it isn't as serious as previous sagas not counting GT. (Namek, Android/Cell, Majun Buu)

      Are you a Star Wars guy? If so why was Rey able to beat Kylo Ren, an experienced jedi, so easily? He's from a powerful force sensitive family or was it because he was injured?

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    • Gohan has three maybe four forms. Besides his base state, his Super Saiyan form is his weakest form. You have to understand that the Super Saiyan form is part training and part control. So Gohan wasn't just having problems because he wasn't training, but he wasn't maintaing his control. So his Super Saiyan form was much weaker than it was during, say, the Cell Games. My guess is that it was no stronger than Goku's was during his first fight with Freeza. As for Freeza, he had pushed himself to unbelievable heights. So it isn't just Gohan's fault. Freeza was basically as strong as a initial Super Saiyan in his first form, meaning he was about as strong as he was in his fourth form, in his first form.

      As for Star Wars, yes, I know it. But I'd recommend you not post spoilers from the last few movies because some people may not have watched them yet. When it comes to Jedi or Sith, or whatever Kylo considers himself, the force is broken into two main pieces, the Light Side, which is about control and discipline, and the Dark Side, which is about emotion and anger. In the case of the Light Side, which is what Rey uses, the closer you are to the force the stronger you get. So, training and experience really doesn't mean much when you are much stronger in the force than someone. Hence why Luke became stronger than Anakin, despite Anakin being much more experiences and better trained. So honestly, the further you get from that control and discipline, the weaker you get in the Light Side. Now with the Dark Side, true fury can overpower the Light Side is its adequetely focused, but Kylo isn't really doing that. The Dark Side is more powerful the angrier a person gets. But anger can't give way to rage, because that causes a lack of focus. You need what someone might call "silent fury".

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  • Hey Omega, it's been a while!

    I wanted to know if you had a solution to a little problem I'm having with a character I created. Basically, I made a villain that I don't know how to reasonably/logically kill off. He's meant to be one of the strongest villains in the story.

    He has two powers: Explosion Manipulation and Pain Suppression . So he can create/control explosions and he can't feel pain. He can cause a massive, deadly explosion in front of a crowd and walk out unscathed and smiling. Him having these two powers is a huge plot point in the story so I can't change those two abilities, but there has to be a way I can work with them to make things wrap up rationally.

    I thought I could kill him off by having him bleed to death after a fight with one of the main characters (Since he can't feel pain, I planned on him not even knowing he had been cut and dying) but it's like, how can he be cut etc. if he can walk out of a huge explosion without a scratch, ya know?

    I was told by a friend that not feeling pain and not being harmed are two different things, but that didn't really help.


    I know you're busy, but if you could help that'd be great. I've been struggling trying to figure this out for the longest. Thanks!

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    • You can certainly go that route. I agree, the Pain Suppression isn't really very useful in this situation. Its better suited for someone like Hidan, whose powers demand he get hurt.

      Then again, like I said, its also possible you could make him "just stronger than his explosions" In other words, anything at the level of his explosions or weaker doesn't affect him. I don't think that level of invulnerability would be too much. Which would make sense, because he might have increased the strength of his body to endure his explosions, and nothing higher. So, the joke could be that if he trained harder, they might not have beaten him, so his own negligence was his greatest enemy. Sort of like Freeza from Dragon Ball.

      Just because you can get hurt by your powers doesn't mean there isn't a way around that. In most shonen manga, the main character does get hurt by their own power initially, but they find ways to avoid or mitigate it. For example, Naruto got around the damage his Rasen-Shuriken does to him by throwing it. Luffy from One Piece trained with his Gears until they didn't have time limits or set-backs.

      The principle can be the same here, he's trained himself to be tougher than his explosions, so he wouldn't get hurt by such a dangerous power. So the way to beat him is to use something more dangerous than his explosions.

      Of course, if you insist on your friend's theory, you could also go the Bleach-Senbonzakura route. Byakuya Kuchiki's Senbonzakura in Bleach possessed what was known as a Hurtless Area (無傷圏, mushōken; lit. "Woundless Zone"; Viz "Safe Zone") that his blade-like pedals didn't go into. Thus, his airborne swords would never accidentally cut him, regardless of how he controlled them.

      So, the theory is not that he's "manipulating" the blast to not hit him, it just never actually gets that close. And there is a tight pocket with him in it where none of the explosion gets into.

      Of course, if you introduced him coming physically from the explosion, like his clothes are destroyed or singe, then it won't work.

      My main problem with it being like Firebending, is that they didn't actually do that. Explosions were caused by Combustionbending and it could not be controlled like that. In fact, that's how the Combustion Man in the original series was defeated, Sokka threw his boomerang and hit his tatoo and disrupted his Light Chakra, causing him to blow himself up. Because he couldn't control the explosion at close range, it killed him.

      If you have him "controlling" the blast, that seems like a different power. Like Amaterasu and Kagetsuchi.

      What kind of control does he have over the blasts? Can he fire them like waves? Or is it just a Megumin sort of situation where the explosion just fires out him like a bomb radius?

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    • Sorry, I was at work yesterday but actually, that might work. The part about making himself stronger than his explosions. He's a monk so don't they usually undergo gruesome training and what not? That could be an explanation.

      I'm looking at the Bleach wiki right now to read more about the Hurtless Area!

      Well, when he's first introduced he causes a massive explosion literally right in front of him, killing hundreds of people in the tower-like building and destroying it. When I mean right in front of him, I mean like a Titan shifter from Attack on Titan where an explosion just instantaneously happens. Anyway, the ones who survived the blast believe that he died too since he was caught up in it too but later on, it's shown that he survived and wasn't injured.

      Since he's a monk and what not, I thought about using abilities related to Chakra but I didn't' want to make him too similar to Combustion Man and/or a Naruto character. I know Chakra isn't just exclusive to those two series but I'd rather not have more similarities with those two series in particular than I already do. 

      "From the glimpse of an eye to an extension of his hand, he can spawn a deadly detonation, capable of destroying cities" - That's what I have down for him in the Master Handbook that I made for the story. Here's a gif I found that also could apply to what he's capable of. But besides all of that, he's also capable of using his explosions in hand-to-hand combat like Bakugou from My Hero Academia or an Explosion Release user from Naruto. Gari, to be specific.

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  • How are you? It's been a while!

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    • Here's a thought: the end of the world, and the of the fact that ... maybe we have it coming.

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    • Omega64 wrote:
      But needless to say the Holocaust is probably the biggest shame for someone of German heritage.

      Germans faced decrimination as well. Tight knit German communities were formed to support one another. So we made it through. 

      My grandfather actually served in WWII on the American side. However, because of his German heritage, he didn't get to fight in Europe, and they deployed him to India instead. The same happened for my other grand-uncles, and they often used their knowledge of German language to help develop radio and code breaking systems.

      To tell you the truth, a lot of German-Americans were some of the most angry and upset at the Holocaust, after all, most of the Jews killed were from Germany and other German-speaking areas, they killed our own people.

      A lot of them were angry at the dishonor Hitler and the Nazis were bringing Germany.

      So no, my family knows a very different Germany than the one that existed today, and we honor that Germany, not WWI Germany and Nazi Germany.


      I had to reread everything several times. My classmates and I were talking about the Holocaust yesterday; we know very little. I keep thinking about some of the things you said. "They killed our own people"--I honestly couldn't understand how I felt when you said that.

      It's really different hearing all this from someone who knows what happened. I feel sorry for both the Germans and Jews who had to go through all this. It's heartbreaking. And it's amazing how your great grandfather and great uncles used their knowledge of the German language to help! That's really something to be proud of! :)

      I was already expecting you'd say Germans faced discrimination because of the Holocaust. I hope that is no longer the case now?

      Have you heard of the Cambodian Khmer Rogue Killing Fields?

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  • Hi there 

    I wanted to pop by and say hello...again ^___^. I believe its been over two months since my inactivity...D:

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  • Shizuma said that if Boruto would be killed, war will broke out. Is it really possible? Back then, Kumo tried to kidnap Kushina and Hinata but failed. I believed this actions can already result to war and yet Konoho choose peace.

    Now that the current timeline enjoys peace in bigger scale, What Shizuma said have merits? 

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    • Yeah, Boruto mentioned about the fieldtrip to Kiri to Ao who still alive.

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    • Yeah, I'm not quite sure how I feel about him being alive and an affiliate of Kara, its seemed like no body except maybe Mabui had any business escaping from that blast.

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  • Ive read it was so no one would suspect him of being a threat, but did it really matter? I don't understand why he couldn't just act normal.

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    • Theoretical: If kakashi died and was revived with Edo tensei in his prime, with body modifications similar to madara, would he be able to have both of obitos sharigans

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    • No. Understand this, only DNA alterations effect reanimations. In other words, if you killed Sakura, you wouldn't be able to reanimate her and alter her body to use Naruto's Nine-Tails' Chakra Cloak that he temporary transfered to her, because it was just chakra, it didn't affect her DNA at all.

      Madara's modifications were all abilities her previously had, even if Kabuto improved on them somewhat, all of these abilities are rooted in his DNA.

      In the case of Kakashi, Obito just temporarily transferred his chakra to Kakashi to allow him to use his dojutsu temporarily, it didn't affect Kakashi's own physical state at all.

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    • Pretty much, if not than he was very close, definitely Jonin-level.

      Remember, Naruto was too weak to face Sasuke before and so he underwant Wind Release training to be able to do so, and at the end of that, Kakashi stated that Naruto was stronger than he was.

      Of course, Kakashi himself saw quite a bit of growth during the series, moving from a Jonin-level to Kage-level about midway through Part II.

      So, honestly, I don't feel confident saying Sasuke completely surpassed him until around the Five Kage Summit arc. Mostly because Kakashi himself was still getting stronger as well.

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    • But wasn't sasuke always ahead of him? Having larger chakra reserves and a stronger arsenal of jutsu like kirin and chidori spear

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    • Not necessarily, like I said, in the beginning of Part II that many have been the case. However, about halfway through Part II, Kakashi starts developing a very impressive chakra reserve, using Kamui and Raikiri multiple times with problem. Also, Chidori Spear isn't all that stronger than what Kakashi does, especially because things like Kakashi's Lightning Release Shadow Clone, his Lightning Hound, and Lightning Cable.

      Kirin is definitely as superior technique, but between the set up and the off-set, there's a lot of variables that don't make for an effective jutsu. So I feel uncomfortable saying Sasuke has surpassed him, simply with that. Its why Sasuke uses it so rarely, and instead relies on techniques that are just as powerful by easier to perform, i.e. Amaterasu and Susano'o.

      I would say Sasuke was much stronger than Kakashi while he had Orochimaru trapped inside of him, he was able to use much more chakra and thus a wider array of jutsu at once.

      Sasuke himself didn't approach of Kage's level of skill until the Kage Summit arc, it was at that point he had chakra reserves and jutsu that put him clearly over the top. Before that, by himself, he was Jonin-level, and so was Kakashi.

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  • Hi Omega 

    I was just pondering on whether you have watched Samurai Champloo? 

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  • Since I can't ask questions which requires too much speculaton or vs questions, can I post them on your wall or any other SYSOP's wall?

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