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Yet we see through Minato's deductive reasoning that the Third wanted to keep everything about the Kyuubi a secret. Hiruzen could of told the people it was sealed and in there possession, instead of waiting for the village to know and shoulder all there hate to one baby.
The fact he let Oro go, shows he didn't care about all Oro's human experiments. Yea, it wasn't so endearing to me to let a sick sociopath just walk way, laughing at you in the process.
It is a shame that OneManga no longer has its repository for the links here to work. As such, the links that you have posted aren't working, and I thus am not able to check them, but I will for the sake of discussion believe that they have a true basis. (I say "true basis," because a lot of things are dependent upon one's interpretation and one person can read/view something in a different way than someone else.)
I don't know what has shown that the identities of the first two Kyuubi jinchuuriki were kept secret. It has seemed that everyone in each village has always known the identity of their jinchuuriki, while it is kept a mystery to outsiders.
Again, I don't know the pages and would gladly respond to what is there if you describe them for me. If I were to guess what you are showing in the first three links, it would be Sandaime expressing how he felt he made a poor decision and Enma also chastising him.Quote:
I don't really think that there is anything to contradict here, as I wasn't expressing anything more than my opinion on Sandaime's actions, as I also considered him letting Orochimaru go to be a poor decision in hindsight. If you don't feel the same way about Sandaime's sentimentality, that's completely okay.
That is true. He could have tried to detain Orochimaru.Quote:
I would have to see the link, but if it is the one of which I am thinking and it is the way I remember it (my memory is certainly not infallible ), I think Sandaime was saying that he knew Orochimaru would be a problem for the village at some later point, but I don't think he envisioned Orochimaru creating such devastation for the village as he did by creating his own village, turning one of Konoha's allies against it, and mounting a large-scale assault.Quote:
Naruto's opinion of Sasuke of late is not what it once was. Naruto still cares for Sasuke and wants to save him from himself, but I don't think that is "thinking well of someone."Quote:
By "thinking well of him," I mean that he holds Sandaime in high regard and has positive feelings regarding his character and person. Naruto does not approve of Sasuke as he is now, which is the difference.