OFFTOPIC (w/ lots of sarcasm, if you dont get any of what i'm saying, go watch SNL):
Really? SMH back to you.
Originally Posted by kidistight
I really dont understand why you're going to attack the person that posts the chapter, it doesnt make sense and it doesnt add to the topic. Are you looking for attention because you werent able to post it? Really...
Yes, I did read it kid. I just dont have much to offer in regards to discussion. It really has been the same Naruto chapter since 2 months ago. Have we learned anything new that we didnt expect?
Ever since he "tamed" the nine-tailed, he has 'ubar' amounts of chakra and we see that with multiple clones having multiple 'high-chakra' attacks. Is it expected? Yes. Will he run out? Possibly. Will sage mode save him IF the nine-tails chakra is used up? Maybe. What is Kabuto's true role in this fight, to add to the cannon fodder? How will Sasuke supplant Madara in being the true anti-hero in this story?
Nice resurrection post, Sniacy! Completely forgot that the 6 paths were animated by the Rinnegan.
Mmkay. Not a bad chapter, but didn't exactly appease my raging narutard, either.
First off, was there any point to mentioning that strong, long-range Wind Technique at all other than to cue Naruto's entrance into the battlefield? I get that there might've been a precedent for it at some point wherein the Third Raikage was pinned by such a jutsu, but all the talk about his obscene resilience kinda short-changes that. If the 8-tails 'only' managed to put a deep scar on him, then what hope was an elemental technique supposed to have?
On that note, I'm a little confused about his resilience. Is he super-humanly impervious, like that, or is it a result of his Raiton Armor? Because the only justification to using a Wind Tech against him would be the elemental superiority. I'm also going to go ahead and assume that Naruto was busting out the break-neck speed to keep up with the Third's Raiton armor, just because I want the consolation.
So, the Rasen-shuriken...I wanna talk about this some more because I'm curious about how, exactly, he manages to toss it. When he pulled it off in Sage Mode, I considered it to be by virtue of some stabilizing, amorphous nature chakra that he wrapped around it before tossing it (Akin to the ebb and flow of nature chakra about him, producing offensive/defensive areas of effect). So, what's up with the Fox Cloak? This time around, he was actively guiding it (for obvious reasons) with chakra extensions, when before, he simply threw it (Itachi/Nagato and vs the W.Zetsus). So, how, exactly, does he keep it together when it's airborne?
Though it's essentially just another Rasengan, I'm excited to see what destruction the Bijuu Dama will manage. Two things, though: -
- He wants to use a technique that essentially pins him down, on its own, for the duration of its ramp-up time, against an opponent whose the epitome of combat mobility? Aiieee...
- This is all too reminiscent of Kakuzu and Pein. The technique is likely to flop, but even worse is the likelihood that it'll use up some major Kyuubi juice, putting the Cloaked mode out of commission for a significant stretch of time. Juxtaposed with Sasuke's debut, Madara's strike, and Kabuto's Trump Card? Aiieee...
Them clones. I'm digging how resilient they are, on their own and that each on is able to remain in tact and powered up, even when the original de-cloaks, which I assumed would redistribute the chakra. No more fodder bunshins, I hope. Can't wait to see the sort of combos the Cloaked Clones can pull off in unison.
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He was more susceptive to Temariīs and the othersī attacks while he didnīt have the cloak! He then donned it when Naruto appeared if I remember correctly....
I donīt think the fights with the Hachibi were very long, seeing how he had that Gourd which can seal anyone in it... still, he is resilient as hell!
As for the Raseshuriken flying? Upgrade
I have a theory on what this chapter leads to. The rasenshuriken is designed to strike with billions of tiny cell pierceing blades. Least in this case vs. the destructo disc he pulled on Pain.
The reason such focus was put on the third's pierceing attack is about the fact to beat him. He needs to focus his wind attack on a single point. With that scar. Most likely the biju bomb will only make a weak point like that scar for Naruto to pull off a wind focused piercing attack at that point in order to win.
According to this (http://www.mangafox.com/manga/naruto/v58/c554/5.html) the Rasenshuriken expanded a bit while it was airborne, and then when Naruto caught it he made it smaller again before hitting the Raikage with it. From this we can assume that it expanded while it was out of Naruto's hand because chakra was being lost and the rasenshuriken was beginning to lose its shape.
I'm lost on why you guys are excited about the possibility of Madara controlling the jinchus without Kabuto's edo-tensei. He's not using the black metal Nagato used to control them and send his Rasengan powers to them. Madara seems to be using a different method altogether. Even if he did, for some reason, keep all the bodies they extracted the Bijuu from, kept them in extremely good preservative conditions, just to use the old method on them: what's the point? Without edo-tensei, their souls aren't there; it's not like they can use their old techniques.
And why are guys complaining about 'just another rasengan'. It's the mother fucking strongest attack in the Naruto universe. This is pretty much the ultimate rasengan, cut it some slack.
Last edited by TheJaggid; 09-09-2011 at 07:16 AM.
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