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Apparently Bijuu are not more than the sum of their parts, inseparable, basically they are the sum of their parts and apparently you can make any part ripping jutsu, simply make up a part and then steal that part. Actually forget jutsu, you can simply eat some Bijuu and thereby gain a little bit of Bijuu. So now we have yin Kyuubi, yang Kyuubi, Kyuubi personality, Kyuubi's chakra separated from his personality, Hachibi chakra tail, and raw Bijuu steak. Not tasty, but quite nutritious.
For some reason Kyuubi mode does not contain all of its chakra, no one knows why or how. The part that Naruto "stole", is it some arbitrary random percentage of its full capacity? It is an as of yet unnamed distinction in Bijuu chakra, and Naruto only got one part? Is it maybe everything, but only when combined with Kyuubi's personality that it gets strong enough to run Bijuu mode?
Whatever, I guess we can be sure that Naruto lost Bijuu mode and the ability to talk to Kyuubi, now that it's ripped out. But what about the part that he stole? Apparently you can take a tentacle, and instead of dissipating into the world or finding its way back to the Bijuu like Kage Bunshins, it remains a consistent separate part. Also, you can eat some Kyuubi, and remain a mini Kyuubi jin for the rest of your life.
Now, logic simply demands that Naruto still has access to Kyuubi chakra mode, as it was stored separately, and as B mentioned that the chakra would be his for life (assuming he doesn't die right away).
If he doesn't, and yet the Kyuubi brothers remain Kyuubi jinchuuriki's even after being reincarnated (suggesting the charka is now part of their soul), I'm calling MAJOR bullshit.
Last edited by Xrayz0r; January 11, 2014 at 08:12 AM.
The part that he stole was by definition stolen when Kurama still didn't acknowledge him. When they became partners, there wasn't any need to hold his chakra in a separate place because Naruto had his whole (that part's) chakra at disposal. So no, he probably doesn't have any Kurama's chakra inside him.
I wonder if having Yang Kurama's chakra extracted will break Naruto's link to the Kyuubi Cloaks he gave to the Alliance; if not, he may still be able to pull them back and regain some of Kurama's chakra. Also, Naruto may still be linked to Yin Kurama, unless only Yang Kurama actually performed the link. I know fans are all hype to see Naruto completely lose his precious Kyuubi powers, if only temporarily, but there is still plenty of Kurama chakra scattered around the battlefield.
At the very least, Naruto might have a trace of it left, as we saw with Gaara. But not enough to be a Jinchuuriki anymore.
The chakra was stored separately within the seal. Replaced with his own chakra, Kyuubi could steal it. Kyuubi is gone now, who's left to steal it? Seems to me he has two interchangeable pools of chakra.
Did the seal break and disappear? In that case, there's logic in Naruto losing the Kyuubi pool, as it was stored behind the seal. If the seal broke and the pool gushed out, it found its way back to Kyuubi. If the seal is still there and Kyuubi was ripped out regardless, he should have the chakra pool, as it was separate from Kyuubi. Basically the question is: can the Juubi statue circumvent sealing jutsu, or can it break sealing jutsu? If it can simply break a sealing jutsu without the user doing a proper S-rank reverse seal, I think that's kinda lame and loopholish, but whatever.
Regardless, forget everything and assume that Naruto has lost all of Kyuubi. He's been leaking Kyuubi chakra into his own for 16 years. I don't remember how long the Kyuubi brothers have been eating Kyuubi chakra, but it's not 16 years. Is there something magical about eating as opposed to leaking directly into ones chakra pool that Kishi pulled out of his ass?
It's quite simple: either you don't come up with the Kyuubi brothers for plot purposes, or you should be prepared to be consistent.
Last edited by Xrayz0r; January 15, 2014 at 05:04 AM.