Isn't that scroll on the bottom of the sea?
Besides, what good would a one time use of Amaterasu do? Sasuke can control those flames anyway, Obito can somehow get rid of them and Susanoo doesn't seem to take damage from Amaterasu either.
Pretty much useless and irrelevant if you ask me.
Show me manga panels which prove Naruto's brain gets effected by heat in such a way
*quickly runs back into the arena to hide*
Last edited by LnDRash; April 07, 2013 at 03:09 PM.
If you cant find the chapter... Remember, the absence of evidence isn't the evidence of absence.
Sounds legit. I'm convinced.
Once he is hit? Yeah. *Snickers* Where is this arena? I need to start the fig ... I mean, debating.
I suppose it could be like weapons sealed into scrolls, we've seen tenten do that, but I think amaterasu was neutralized by jiraya and cant be used, plus he may not be able to aim it properly since he has no experince with it unlike tenten does with throwing weapons.
It could probably work if released. Also Naruto could make more. Just learn the seal somehow and then release Amaterasu, allow it to burn crep and expand. Then keep sealing peaces of it in scrolls. Then when he needs it just open scrolls. Now that would be something lol, free Amaterasu for Naruto. I can see him puting said Amaterasu on a chankra hand and trowing it at his enemy.
I can imagine Sasuke's face at this. Its going to be worse then when he noticed Naruto blasting the water thing better then his Chidori
Nah. Thing about Amaterasu is that it's usage is hardwired into it's summoner's doujutsu. If Naruto had a seal with Amaterasu inside of it, and he opened it, it's just sit there. It wouldn't fly at the opponent, it wouldn't expand based on will, it wouldn't shape into Enton constructs, and potentially, it'd just set the scroll aflame and then disappear once the scroll is burned away. Makes sense to me.
He could drop the scroll, throw an FRS at it, and then have the FRS fly towards his target. But that's a hell of a lot of prep for an attack that can just be avoided.