Re: 490 Predictions/Spoilers
[QUOTE=Uchiha_Asmodeus;1801395]honestly who really cares about spelling right on a anime forum? if you know what they say then it should be good...im not bashing on you or anything im just saying some ppl take it way to far when ppl dont or cant spell right
anywho i also wanna know what "that" jutsu is[/QUOTgot naruto to the point where he could QUOTE]
If anyone cares that much about correct spelling on a this Naruto, manga forum, they are taking this shit too serious. That jutsu is using the fox's power at will. Jiraiya focused on teaching Naruto to summon and safely use the 9 tails chakra. Jiraya was able to help Naruto train to a level where Naruto could safely summon and maintai himself with 2 tails worth of chakra, but when Jiraiya opened the seal to take Naruto to the next step, it was too much for Naruto. before Naruto went to save Gaara, Jiraiya told him not to use that jutsu. That jutsu he was referring to was Naruto's ability to purposely summon Kyuubi chakra that gave him Kyuubi tails, but since Naruto could easily lose himself with the lack of control that he had over his emotions, it wasnt safe for him to use, as he proved when he hurt Sakura after battling Orochu. If Naruto can complete "that jutsu", Naruto can safely summon all of Kyuubi's chakra at will, and use it to fight like other jinjuriki we have seen that can turn into their beast. Jiraya knew Minato meant for Naruto to use Kyuubi in the future, and Minato has said this himself. Minato and Jiraya always intended for Naruto to be able to control all of Kyuubi that is in him, therefore completing the jutsu.
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