Sorry. I Meant to add on too what you were saying so I was quoting you to build on what you siad. Once again, I am sorry if I offended you.
Originally Posted by adonai
In his spare time, how long would it really take Naruto to make a water based Rasengan or Lightning based one, especially after he knows how to do it? Just max out the clones, everyone practise at once for 5 minutes and its done. So yes, he'll have it - although the manipulation will probably spread to other areas of combat as well... I mean... you can't win battles by just having clones + rasengan all the time...
Although I hope he gets good enough to have each clone manipulating a different element + rasengan. That would definitely impress me.
more better sexy technique...
no more elemtal techniques just a useful one even if non-damaging...
You have to have an affinity for the type of chakra used, other wise it will be ALOT tougher to learn to use.
Originally Posted by Krytha
Last edited by animalia; 12-21-2006 at 11:57 PM.
Reason: spelling errors
The longer I muse about this topic the more I see that Naruto would probably stick with Wind for a long time and go for more power (Wind LVL.2) and not more versatility (Wind + Fire + etc.) given Naruto's one track mind and ocassional creativity. Being a specialist in one element is not so bad. Besides, he relied on non-elemental jutsus 9/10 of his life. It just so happens elementals give things a little more 'flavor'.
Btw, the idea where I said the Kyuubi has an affinity with fire came from that stickied Bijuu thread. It's true that Naruto never used any fire jutsus before. Then again, this is the first time Naruto ever used any elemental jutsu (?)
Originally Posted by irecinius
that's innovation. besides, many martial arts originate from people observing animal movements/natural occurances. yes, he's not creative on creating something totally new by himself, but show him something, and he'll come out with something that's good.
Originally Posted by Quentin
Isonade ≠ sanbi. That's enough reason for me not to base anything off of that, Kishimoto doesn't base things strictly on Japanese mythology, for example the Amaterasu = left eye, and Tsukuyomi = right eye theory only has limited evidence (still a lot more than Kyubi = fire), and I personally think that it has 60% chance of being correct.
If the Kyubi did use fire I would assume that it would have used it much sooner, if Kishimoto does do that I have to label it as revisionism.
all he needs to do is exploit the power boost he has in using the wind element...
he just use the original rasengan and dissolve the fire like when he fought sasuke at the roof of the hospital w/ the water tanks...