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Last edited by Ken-Oh; April 30, 2008 at 03:53 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
I think Shika would work with water, too. Just overall. But I take the yin/yang dichotomous quality as the plausible root of all elements. I just further want to say that Shika has the ability to exercise Yin at the source rather than having to implement a nature-based quality (like water) to exercise Yin.
Last edited by ornis; April 30, 2008 at 04:07 PM.
To be honest i'd just like to see Shikamaru using a few immense Jutsu. Water i think is one of the best elements astheticly so it would be great if he was a genius water user all of a sudden.
Less than two weeks with Sasuke's Sharingan, and prior Elemental knowledge... seems MORE than reasonable to me.
And it MAY have nothing to do with Lightning... But it does refute your prior reasoning for Kakashi training Sasuke, and teaching him Chidori.
I think you need to stop underestimating Sasuke... it leaves you unable to comprehend his growth. Not trying to sound pompous, but if you treat Sasuke as an elite ninja with knowledge surpassing most of his classmates, as well as experience moulding an element from chakra... It's not really hard to see that it would take him much less time to learn than if he were being taught the whole concept altogether.
I think i got that wrong but thats the impression i got.
Last edited by Franckie; April 30, 2008 at 07:20 PM. Reason: Flamebait
Let's not lead into a flame here. Let's think of how it would personally feel if you're asked, "Are you a noob?" Shika never used wind by the way. And Ken-Oh, your link is out of commission.
And yes, I think Pain may have that ability. But, I'm not sure Shika would have the same dexterity that Pain is blessed to have. I turn to the Rinnegan as the possible source for (or as having a significant aid in) Pain's adroit potential--if Pain can do all the things I assume. His efforts, as alluded to in my post, do imply that he can do almost anything imaginable.
Last edited by ornis; April 30, 2008 at 04:31 PM.