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So, right at the beginning of the fight of naruto vs obito. We have naruto receiving chakra from 6/9 of the tailed beasts, all but hachibi and shukaku.
Once during the fight you see naruto ttry to control the juubi using the chakra from the beasts which ultimately failed.
So we know that this chakra will have another part in the fight at some point, i believe itll be used in a jutsu to split the juubi. The requirements for this jutsu being
1. Chakra from the beasts inside.
2. The names of the beasts.
gaining the knowledge of their names almost seemed as important as the chakra he received. i'm sure it'll have a use as well.
just seeing your thoughts on this theory.
Naruto did get chakra from shukaku. Its just the hachibi's he missed. Anyways, my own theory regarding the biju chakra within naruto was that it was going to be used to turn naruto into a sort of rikudo sennin. Once he has bits from the chakra of all biju the chakra con combine within himself thus turning him into something similar to what obito is although to a lesser degree. Once in that state naruto should be capable of doing anything he wants which could include spliting the juubi back into the biju. Before naruto can do that he should perhaps get the other half of kurama's chakra though.
When did he get the Shukakus chakara? Alsooo. This theory is good. But I dont really want Naruto to control it. maybe destroy it. But spare the other 9 beasts. You know? The jubis a big ball of hate. Now its a dam tree.
That chakra will surely come in handy later, but splitting the Juubi , that won't gonna happen IMHO
Maybe splitting the Jubi will work. With a giant chainsaw. Yess.
Wait, when did Naruto try to control the Juubi? Name the chapter, please? Anyway, I like your theory, reminds me of Gamakichi telling Naruto to "prepare the seal", which we didn't see yet. Maybe we never will?