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And Izuna couldn't have died that young since he awakened MS as an adult as shown in flashbacks.
Hagoromo clan ? never heard of it.there are 5 shinobi of Uchiha in front Itama , so things that happened a time long then how old is Kurama ?
So...i gues it is where this "vilage" and "shinobi" concept has changed, Hashirama and Madara did it together....sounds like the "vilage" is a way to live in peace for all and stop the war(and hatred), and "shinobi" in fact is a "vilage" itself (well third already said this once). The thing i am wondering about is how the hell Madara gona mad if he lost his all brothers already.
Very sad chapter. Poor Itarama Senju. To die at such a young age...
I wonder how Madara and Hashirama managed to live so long, I mean it was said that Senju and Uchiha were always fighting each other. Did Hashirama and Madara just decide that when they fought they wouldn't really try? I wonder how Kishi is going to explain things and if he will do so in an intelligent way. I wish Madara and Hashirama were not friends from a young age. I would have preferred if they met on the battlefield as teens/young adults and then made the village idea after wars and fighting stopped. I'm sure the flashback will be at least another 2 chapters but I want to see young adult Madara and Hashirama.
What is surprising is that Madara seemed to want peace so much. IMO, I think there is more to how he was broken than just Izuna's death, but he had already lost brothers at a younger age and seemed to be very wise, wiser than Hashirama was when they were kids.
It's ironic, Madara said he admired Hashirama so much, but it may have been that a young age Hashirama admired Madara for his strength of character and ability to push through loss.
Ironically the villains were more fun loving than alot if the good guys
Guess we can finally get away from the "Uchiha=bad, Senju=good" BS that people have been trying to pass off for the past couple of years.
Liking the flashbacks. And it really shows what growing up during times of war can do to one's power levels. When you're always in danger of dying, you're always worried about being strong enough to "get, before you get got". If the Rookie 9 were born in this time period they'd all be beasts too.
Reading this chapter, above all else, makes me really wish we could get a spinoff series set during the Ninja World's Sengoku Period.
I like the part of the manga where Hashirama says sorry to Madara and allows himself to be Madara's stone. Then hoped that Madara would be able to throw him to the other side.
Hashirama is natural born jerk!!
Maybe Hashirama improved just that much and became a better person that Madara couldn't help but admire him for both his ideals and strength.