The technical side of the fight, I want to see both sides showing their best, reaching their limits.
The dramatic and philosophic build-up and conclusion.
I don't care, I just want to reach the conclusion.
This fight shouldn't have happened, at all.
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Within the first 5 pages of the fight and they're already going full Kaiju mode. Boo. Maybe that means they'll burn through their chakra fast enough to where they can't keep using Susanoo and Bijuu mode.
Fight started out awesome though.
flashbacks ... why oh why
Actually, the fight is already over, at the end of the chapter, they are already in the "bubble". At the VOTE and on the bridge when they fought after Sakura ran to Sasuke, that meant the immediate end of the fight and the beginning of the discussion.
This fight felt more like Power Rangers than Naruto ... When I read chapters like this, I can't help but think "good riddance Naruto and thank god there is no Pt3"
Last edited by Aegis; October 08, 2014 at 02:03 AM.
Where exactly would Sasuke making Susanoo do his standard techniques come in handy? I think it's neat that he can in fact do that I just don't really see where it would be useful other than this specific situation
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It was to keep the offensive up during the transition into Perfect Susanoo. Like a ninja who can use a Rasengan or Chidori bothering to throw kunai instead.Originally Posted by KiSwordsman
Well sasuke it too much for naruto.
The only thing naruto can do is try to counter but once he do that.
There is a new thing coming.
But ehh naruto is going to win cause. Hello.
Main character fighting hes last fight of the manga.
xrel;grioagsogfesohuaghrepogeag;seihtagihreasphjrre at panels of flashbacks
SO FUCKING UNNECESSARY :rage
It's actually a power down. Sasuke already used Enton through Susanoo before and Enton is a lot more useful than Chidori. Naruto also has better Rasengan than this.
The whole point of this "fight" was to recreate the finale of the VOTE though. In order to show they had improved despite doing the exact same thing they did in Pt1, Kishi replaced Naruto and Sasuke by mechas ...
Well, that was a lot better the first time. This chapter seems completely pointless ... The need to keep the parrallelism with the first fight gives the impression neither of them is trying.
Naruto never fought like that before. It must be the first fight in the whole manga he doesn't need a clone and it's also the first time he goes mecha. This is not a Naruto fight.
Last edited by Aegis; October 08, 2014 at 02:34 AM.
Its just like at and of first part of manga.
Next 3 chapter we are going to see their emotions and how Naruto is going to persuade Sasuke to stop this fighting.
Yeah, I thought you were referring to the Susanoo arrows, as those are his standard Susanoo techniques.Originally Posted by KiSwordsman
The Susanoo Chidori would be practical in pretty much any fight with a giant opponent though. Using a Chidori is far more effective than using a regular sword. The fact that it isn't a Susanoo jutsu doesn't limit it's effectiveness. Of course it could be as simple as him displaying ingenuity when it was needed and it just came to him on the fly.
People think that because Susanoo comes from the user it's strength is limited by the chakra reserves of the summoner, when that's not the case. It's like a Bijuu mode in and of itself, since the power doesn't come from the user's normal chakra reserves, but from the douryoku they have. Their eye power makes the Susanoo, and the user spends their body's chakra to keep it active.
Last edited by ninjabot; October 08, 2014 at 02:55 AM.
The biginning of this fight is pretty awesome, will look pretty amazing when the anime team gets to it (assuming they would put a lot of effort into it)
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Now what would be sweet was that this whole chapter was a battle in the mind where Sasuke was trying to genjutsu Naruto but wasn't able to subdue him, and the next chapter shows that they are still ontop of the statues