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  • how can i replace an image at narutopedia

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  • itachi's mangekyou was blind, how come sasuke gained the ability to see even after transplanting a pair of blind eyes

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    • Because as Itachi said "the eyes find new light in their new host". In short, the eyesight of the Mangekyo Sharingan transplanted to the new host is restored after the surgery. That is what makes the Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan "eternal", the damage that was done to them as a Mangekyo Sharingan is undone and the eyes can never be damaged by Mangekyo techniques performed thereafter.

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  • on genutsu sahringan's trivia is stated: "By making eye contact with a jinchūriki, Obito could use this technique to control the tailed beast sealed inside them, while its host remained unaffected." 

    can he do the same thing against a perfect jinchuriki?

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    • Probably not. Similar to how you can't catch a Jinchuriki in a genjutsu when they are a Perfect Jinchuriki, you logically can't catch the Tailed Beast in a genjutsu for the same reason, because the Jinchuriki could just undo the genjutsu the exact same way.

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  • Heyyy! It has just been more than a week since the last time I was here but it feels like forever! XD Anyway, how have you been, Omega? I hope you're doing okay wherever you are! :)

    I have a question about Hashirama Senju. He's called the “God of Shinobi”, right? So that means he's very powerful. But how is it that the God of Shinobi was easily killed at the first great ninja war??? I thought the god of shinobi is not supposed to be that easy to defeat.

    Also, (I have been having trouble phrasing this) is it possible for a genin to defeat a jonin? If yes, does that mean a genin can defeat all other jonin shinobi as well?

    Finally, there are jutsu that are more powerful than others, right? Is the strength of the jutsu the only factor a shinobi needs to consider in order to win a battle?

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    • I've been fine, just busy. Thanks for asking! How have you been?

      Yes, but in a war, you can have odds like 10,000 vs. 1. For example, such a situation is how the Third Raikage died.

      Chances are Hashirama died in one such situation, from overwhelming force of an enemy regime. Also, Hashirama is the type of person who would sacrifice his own strength to prevent needless bloodshed. So, odds are he overexerted himself protecting others and trying to stop his enemies without killing them, and ended up being overwhelmed.

      Rank isn't everything, you can have Genin who are stronger than Kage, and Kage who are weaker than some Jonin. With the proper skill set, yes, a Genin could beat a Jonin.

      Jonin aren't invincible, and they will die if you vitally stab them with a kunai or poison them.

      In part, however, typically the higher ranked you are, the stronger jutsu you possess. For example, you will typically see the most powerful jutsu in those with higher ranks.

      However, a good example is how Naruto, a Genin, defeated Kabuto, a Jonin-level shinobi, using a Rasengan, an A-Rank move.

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    • Ah, that makes sense. Thanks a lot, Omega. And I'm doing good! Thank you for asking! :) School has just started and we're already bombarded with schoolwork, so I cannot really anymore hang around here as much I could before. Btw, I have been meaning to ask you this. Do you write? Stories, fanfics, et cetera...?

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    • No. I used to give Gaiden012 some advice on his fanfics, but that hasn't been the case for quite some time.

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    • Oh okay. :)

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  • What did you think?

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  • Hi there

    I have specalating this for a while now, but since Izumi mentioned that her mother was an Uchiha while her Dad was an non-uchiha, could it be possible that there might have been villagers that actually liked the Uchiha?

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    • Oh, yes. You see the Uchiha, to our knowledge, were only discriminated by the village council, who were continuing the suspicion that Tobirama had built up during his administration.

      The rest of the village respected and liked the Uchiha Clan a great deal. Now, there were some "after" the Nine-Tails' Attack that suspected the Uchiha Clan of being involved with the attack, due to rumors, but there was no proof. According to Itachi Shinden, some people blamed the Uchiha because they wanted someone to blame. However, this "blame" seemed to disappear after the Uchiha Massacre. Apparently, the tragedy was enough where no one could any hatred for the Uchiha anymore, however, this was because they were oblivious to the Uchiha's planned rebellion.

      To be honest, Sasuke mentions that he was "hated" for being an Uchiha, but that is a load of crap, he was never hated, he was celebrated. People treated him like a genius and praised his skill. However, at the same time, many, including Tobirama and the village council, showed no surprise when he defected.

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    • Ok. Thanks for confirming that for me ^__^.

      By the way, about when Sasuke said that he was hated by the villagers could that mean he misinterpreted them?

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    • I'd say so. When he said that, I thought, I don't recall anyone hating him. Maybe being jealous of him, but that is not the same thing.

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  • Hey Omega, whenever you have some free time, I'd like to know what you think Shikadai, Inojin, and Chocho could be capable of in the future, given their parents and clans abilities etc. Individually, not as Ino-Shika-Cho. Thanks

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    • Omega64 wrote:

      Gaiden012 wrote:
      Also, I watched an episode of the Boruto anime and realized that Shino could be a threat to a lot of Shinobi, given his proficiency with his clans techniques. I was wondering how he'd fare against certain Shinobi in the Rookie 9.

      I know Hinata could just block his insects with Rotation or Protecting Eight Trigrams. Kiba and Choji ould probably push through his bugs but still get poisoned or what not in the process. Ino and Sakura would be powerless if they can't get past his bugs. Shikamaru would probably see the same outcome that Shikadai did (If you watched the episode of Boruto that I'm talking about) and Sasuke could just block his insects with Susanoo then take him out. Same with Naruto if he Biju Bombed him.

      Otherwise I feel like a lot of Shino are left powerless against him. What do you think?

      Shino has always been one of the stronger ones in the Rookie 9/Konoha 11, he was the de facto leader of Team 8. I would say most of them would probably not beat him except maybe Shikamaru, Neji, and Lee. That's why him ending up as an unappreciated Academy teacher is kind of disappointing, because he is much more skilled than that. Also, if he had Torune's bugs, he'd be pretty OP.

      Technically, Sasuke could use Deva Path as well to blow them away, but Sasuke and Naruto don't even need "defense" when they can just level everything around them. Both of them could kill Shino rather easily.

      You once said Hinata possibly became stronger than Neji after "the last", so does she count too?

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    • Being stronger than Shino doesn't mean you beat him. Not when it comes to things like chakra absorption jutsu and poison. For example, Sakura is definitely stronger than Shino, but she possibly couldn't defeat him.

      Hinata "might" but that is a stretch. When I said, Neji, Lee, and Shikamaru, I was referring to them at the time of the Chunin Exam.

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  • this has bothered me for a long time

    did kishimoto claimed that he had problems killing madara because he was so perfect

    man i've read thousands of madara memes saying "i'm so op even kishimoto can't kill me"  

    in vs debates on narutopedia when one of the opponents was jubbidara, kakashisologod always put this argument that even kishimoto couldn't kill madara

    in a way kishimoto did kill him extracting ten tails from him via six paths chibaku tensei right?

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    • There was a rumor going around that Kishimoto once joked in an interview that Madara was becoming "too hard to kill". In other words, he was making Madara so powerful it wouldn't make any sense for him to be defeated.

      However, you are right, the Six Paths - Chibaku Tensei did kill Madara by removing the Ten-Tails. That was the logic Kishimoto used to kill him. Still, many people have a problem with this, because it seemed to "convinent" that Sasuke and Naruto would get this power as soon as they needed it, and all they had to do was touch Madara to use it.

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  • yo long time no writing ^_^

    i was thinking if naruto transplanted sasuke's rinnengan into himself, summoned gedo mazo, collected all bijuus and made himself jubbi's jinchuriki

    1- could he had access to his six paths sage mode again

    2- could he awaken rinnesahringan

    3- if so and performed mugen tsukuyomi could he be immortal just like kaguya

    4- if he turned sasuke's eye to his owner and reget his own eye would jubbi stay sealed inside naruto yet?

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    • suppose i need to refresh your memory (in friendly aspect ^_^)

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    • Uzumaki1naruto wrote:
      suppose i need to refresh your memory (in friendly aspect ^_^)

      No, I always see posts. I just can't get to them immediately. I also don't forget they're there either.

      1. I like how you started it off as "last question" but you then proceded to ask another. XD

      Your battle skills get duller the longer you go without battle. In addition, if the battle is also not very hard, it wouldn't help either. Naruto spent most of Part II fighting people just as strong or stronger than himself. This caused his battle senses to be honed to a razor's edge.

      Logically, Naruto's battle senses may have already been dulling in the Last, since he went 2 years without a serious challenge. Honestly, the sharpest his skills had probably been had been during his last fight with Sasuke.

      Of course, in the Last, Naruto had more control and better synchronization with Kurama, which also allowed him to fight better.

      However, you ask me to compare Naruto's "battle sense" to Madara's "battle sense", and I can't do that. There is no way to "quantify" such a thing. Age isn't really a factor, its more about the quality of your battle experience. As we saw, despite Madara have decades on Naruto in terms of life experience, Naruto still relatively kept up during their fights.

      2. You are assuming there is something for Naruto to still reach, that he can still get even stronger. I find that unlikely. Sure, he'd probably brush off the rust by that point, but Naruto is pretty much already in his prime. His chakra reserves rival Tailed Beasts, his strength is immense, and he is almost peerless when it comes to speed. He's the strongest Hokage, and, even with his dulled battle senses, this is true.

      Honestly, there is nothing "special" about Naruto's battle senses versus Madara's. There is nothing to compare. They are both at the top of their game, and, quite honestly, would probably operate exact the same in such a situation.

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  • Hi! I'm still a little confused about Kakashi's philosophy on “teamwork”. I remember that when he was younger, Rin got captured by the enemy and Kakashi was willing to abandon her to “put the mission first” as one of the shinobi rules says. I personally don't find anything wrong about his decision. After all, they are “shinobi”. Before choosing such career path they were already probably aware that being a shinobi would require them to give their lives for the sake of the mission. But I don't understand why the plot is making it appear like Kakashi made the wrong decision.

    Also, after Obito and Rin's death, that philosophy of his entirely changed. He has now given more importance to “teamwork”. So I'm wondering, how far do you think is he willing to take that new philosophy of his? Is he now willing to abandon the mission for his comrades like his father did? To me, there isn't anything wrong about saving comrades, but if in order to do so a shinobi has to exchange the success of the mission, wouldn't that defeat the purpose of being a shinobi?

    There's probably very little reference to answer these questions, but I would really like to hear your opinion. :)

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    • Well, first. Rescuing Rin wasn't necessarily risking the mission. Kakashi's decision makes sense in the vein of if they rescue Rin, then they couldn't destroy the bridge. However, Rin's live capture meant she could potentially be interrogated, which could lead to worse results than the mission failing.

      Kakashi was very strict about the rules because his father was disgraced once by failing a mission instead of sacrificing his team. However, Obito pointed out that individuals that abandoned their teammates are even more disgraceful.

      Basically, the situations are kind of different in Sakumo and Kakashi's case, Kakashi didn't have to "choose" which occured, he simply was willing to abandon Rin to make sure he completed the mission was quickly as possible.

      Its true that Kakashi's decision matches the shinobi code, but it doesn't match the Will of Fire philosophy that is very popular in Konohagakure.

      If you don't have the strength to protect your comrades and complete your mission, than you fail either way.

      Please note that "sacrificing team members" goes directly against the Will of Fire. For example, the Hokage is seen as the prime example of the Will of Fire, because he sees everyone in the village as his precious family and he would risk his own life to protect them. Kakashi abandoning Rin, while it makes sense, shows a lack of consideration for the relationship the two share as Konoha shinobi, which Obito wouldn't tollerate.

      So, I guess its a situation where religion/philosophy meets tactics/logic. Commitment to your comrades, even if the mission fails, is not a bad thing. Because it is those relationships that make Konoha great, and are the example of what a shinobi is to them.

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    • My God. How did Kishimoto come up with these concepts? Beautiful. <3 And it's amazing how you are so familiar with everything! I once read about the Curse of Hatred and the Will of Fire to understand them further, but while I was thinking about Kakashi's teamwork philosophy, I never thought that it would be connected to the Will of Fire or anything.

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    • And thank you. You don't fail to amaze me. :)

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