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Ok let's say he is reduced to liquid, the next ting that comes is a chakra fist that is going to do some bad damage on suigestsu staming/chakra. I am sure Suigetsu is not Flash in liquid form to dodge a giant fist coming down.
2-The biju blast is one shot and Chouji can trow multiple punches (that have chakra on them). 1 punch created a HUGE shockwave across the battlefield.
3-The biju blast is not a focused attack. Most of the force is going to be lost in the area surounding Suigetsu. Now i am not saying a punch is more powerfull but still. You could even say that Chouji's punch has more of a kick on a square meter then the Biju blast as the biju blast disipates its force on a wide area.
I see no reason why he can't incapacitate Suigetsu and that is a win. Chouji's punch has more of a kick on a square meter
Last edited by xXan; June 24, 2011 at 05:00 AM.
The thing about Suigetsu is that his water form is never defined in the manga. I don't recall him ever able to just liquefy and drown everybody in his path. Maybe its highly chakra intensive or that it has a time limit? Idk. If Chouji keeps squashing him into a puddle, I don't see Suigetsu having the ability to reform himself an infinite amount of times.
Suigetsu does not "turn on and off" his liquidation ability. All indications point to it being a natural ability that is always present. And a physical punch, whether or not enhanced by chakra, is still just a physical punch. It makes absolutely no difference whether or not a 10 year old hits something made of water or if the world strongest man hits it as well. Water is not steel or any other hard surface. In this case physical strength against it is absolutely useless. While on the other hand Suigetsu has his sword and even if Chouji goes King Kong mode he is still going to be susceptible to harm. Not to mention that in that form his vital points are that much more vulnerable and exposed. Suigetsu is a trained killer, he isn't going to waste time attacking Chouji's arms or legs or torso. He is going to go straight for the jugular.
Chouji has a form of ultimate defense: Like Gaara wears an armor of sand above his skin, Chouji has the armor of fat underneath his skin, which will automatically protect him. Suigetsu can't reach Chouji's vitals.
I agree... comparing a punch to a Bijuu Blast is more then flawed. A Bijuu Blast is compareable to a plasma or laser beam, it emits concentrated heat which would evaporate the water. A punch is simply a punch... and it doesn't matter if its producing some shockwaves or not. Those shockwaves are simply air disturbances created by the coliding forces and not some deadly energy blasts.
Unless of course Chouji as capable of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFtw7qW7Vcw
Last edited by LnDRash; June 24, 2011 at 03:41 PM.
You do realise its Narutoverse we're talking about? It was proven that when Suigetsu is hit with sth 'heavy', he is 'demolished' in puddle-looking thingy. In the case with Hachibi he was upgraded with the water besides him, took bijuu bomb head on, and was like puddle which he cannot reform itself. In this case a punch of Chouji - weaker than bijuu bomb but still Suigetsu is also weaker due to not having water nearby - and the effect its probably the same <or like it was said: maybe not 1 but 2 punches, whatever>Originally Posted by zerocooldx
Suigetsu needs water to reform: a punch from Chouji would turn him into a water puddle, which can be split, which would leave Suigetsu with less water and therefor stamina.
After some punches and water splits, Suigetsu is finaly defeated because he runs out of stamina.