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Old 10-23-2009, 07:37 PM   #8
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Re: Itachi's Gift

Itachi's gift is power over the 9 tails which may be why Itachi hoped he never had to use it. Minato told Naruto that it was the last time he would do it. Naruto isnt even thinking about it and now he is about to go to war against Buuji possibly, that may even have an effect on his 9 tails.

Naruto will lose it again, Minato wont be there, and Naruto will fully "transform" into the 9 tail beast like he almost did. It will be released in the sense that u still se the beast, but it is still "in Naruto's body. The fail safe allowed the beast to be connected to Naruto's life force if release, needing Naruto's body to "bee free" in it's full size form. 9 tail fox "Naruto" attacks the Beast that Madara sends and the power Itachi left naruto was to be able to control the 9 tail fox like an Uchiha of his MS caliber surely can. This will be Naruto's 9 tail "hax" as many will call it, given by Itachi. Maybe

Itachi expected Naruto to live on, likely expecting that Madara would send Pain after him. Itachi expecting Madara to, or use Sasuke to contain and/or control the Beast, may be what Itachi was planning for. Itachi definitely expected Madara to have a big plan with the Buuji and Sasuke.
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