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I like this chapter, no actions/war but it turns out better, maybe im just bored with a dont-know-when-it-end war in this manga. some questions r answered, thou i think its too much to resurrect all previous hokages just because sasuke "wants to know a few things", but honestly i like to see Hashirama appears in his own-self, not in other characters' opinion, well... his personality seems a bit like Naruto's. for him being the god of shinobi world, lol... what a surprising character. well done kishi.
as for Kyuubi's chakra its part of naruto's body and as for price for Kyuubi's chakra u r forgetting for this he lost both of his parents and lot of others (if not all) hate him for his all children life and he didnt have friends do u think that is not high price than brother u have problem in ur thinking
i like first hokage . all who hate him because he is not acting like what strong fighter should act then if u want to hate him then stop and see him fighting & if in fight he loose like weak fighter then u hate him. guys he is not first strong guy who act like this
Sasuke wants to know truth about uchiha killing than shouldn't with 4 hokage they should bring atlest 1 uchiha to tell about uchiha side things ????
Last edited by suraj5898; February 09, 2013 at 01:32 AM.
I highly doubt Kishimoto will make Hashirama, Tobirama and Hiruzen fight so that we could once again confirm how irrelevant the story in Part I is to what he's telling us right now.
Oh, that and Hiruzen silently thinks Orochimaru is an insolent kid, not for reviving him, but doing it to revive him as a geezer when all others are revived as ultra-cool adults at prime.
What a character said is valid until another one disproves that fact, and how can Kishimoto narrate his story if what his characters said is false?
Without considering the absurdity of naming the Hokages "the ones who knows everything".
Believe it or not, but the historical facts Tobirama said are all true, his biased views aren't, but that, as you said, is part of the characterization
If the ring-leader of the coup is missing, it tells you something, right?
can we safely assume that hiruzen followed hashirama's ideals, while danzo took tobirama as role model?
Sasuke after the fight against Kabuto together with Itachi, and after Itachi’s final words he asked 3 question, “what is it a clan???”, “what is a village???” and “what is it a shinobi???” http://www.mangareader.net/naruto/592 http://www.mangareader.net/naruto/592/2.
In this lastest chapter Sasuke ask to the second Hokage the first question, what is it a clan??? (particularly what is it Uchiha’s clan) http://www.mangareader.net/naruto/619/14.
Then after Tobirama answer at the end of the chapter Sasuke ask to Hashirama what is it a village http://www.mangareader.net/naruto/619/14.
I believe that Hashirama will answer just like Sarutobi that he consider the village as a big family http://www.mangareader.net/93-99-17/...hapter-94.html (even if the words family was only used in the anime).
Anyways I think that Hashirama will say that before of the foundations of Konoha there were clans, every clan was considered as a family, and for that reason there were always war and battle (hust like Obito explained to Sasuke).
Then Hashirama will add that he desidered to create the village for avoid the war, he will explain that when he wanted that now the village would be considereted as “the family”, while the clan would be considereted just like only a member of that family.
Then I believe that Hashirama will add that he not wanted to stopped this, he wanted to unify all the various village in one, because in this way there would not be any more war.
He only wanted to do that with agreement, in a peaceful way (then he could add that even Madara wanted to do that, but that He wanted to subdue the other countries by brute force, just like we see in Oonoki’s flashback).
Anyways he was aware that to achieve this it would take a long time, anyways he will say that as first step he decided to share the Biju, he divided them with the others country, he only keep Kurama that was already sealed inside her wife (most likely infact he decided to split the demon after his battle with Madara).
P.S: For now I stop here, later I will write my second part of prediction.
So sad we won't know about the other half of the kyubi for a while: now a flashback,then Minato talking about Naruto and tobi. I'd guess we won't discover about what happened to the other half for 4-5 chapters. Cause I hope kishi to make a good flashback which can answer a lot of things,but it will definitely require time...
Tobirama seemed so different back then. I'm a little surprised that he turned out so much more a hard-liner; I'd pictured him as rather the proactive leader type making schools and organizing the city and whatnot and not so dark and stern. I didn't think he was another Sarutobi or anything, but I wonder if he was originally intended to be a Danzou prototype-after-the-fact. He's still sort of mysterious. One minute he's being a right bastard on the subject of the Uchiha, the next he speaks as if he pities them and shows some understanding of their plight.
I do hope he turns out not to be a one-dimensional cruel character. Danzou made for a complex anti-hero (before he died, anyway; now he's just sort of a blame dumpster) so here's hoping there's more to Tobirama than meets the eyes and ears.
Seriously, I'm still puzzled when readers categorize Sasuke's powerups (usually those that have to do with his eyes) as 'free', as in 'unearned'. It's been made quite obvious that those increases in power come at a very heavy emotional cost. He pays with his heart and soul and he's in torment most of the time. I'm not entirely sure why that doesn't count. Especially now that even Tobirama has confirmed what has been pretty well established all along: that the whole process basically runs on suffering of one kind or another.
For the record, I don't think Tobirama has no redeeming qualities. I think he's got alot of the qualities in Sasuke I admire. He's willing to make the hard decisions and he has pride in his abilities. I just think there were better choices when it came to the Uchiha, and he allowed his history with them to skew his views. He's the Hokage. He doesn't get to let personal matters effect his thought process. But he did.
And somehow I knew when we first saw him he'd be infinitely cooler than Hashirama, yet also weaker than his brother. Lame.
I think we'll know more with Hashirama's flashback, considering how scarred Tobirama seemed by Madara.
Because the same ppl who thinks Sasuke's power ups are legit often says how Naruto's friendship with Kyuubi isn't, and its lame etc.Quote:
As such Naruto fans as a defensive manouver attack Sasuke's power ups by saying it was all Itachi's merit.
Personally I think both are cheap as hell, and puts them way below those who became strong without God's gift.
Like Orochimaru, for example
And do you see Uchihas, prideful as they were, submitting to, say, a seal like the Hyuugas?