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Old 04-12-2010, 03:03 AM   #45
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Re: Favorite/Saddest Deaths (or near death scenes

http://www.onemanga.com/Naruto/447/06/

Never crippled. He "escaped" and it was only fire. His legs were not even badly burned, not to mention he is a fucking god. He stood afterwards. The chair just helped him be more comfortable while he was focusing on 6 bodies at 1 time with all of those rods in his back, and it probably helped to chanel his chakra to the bodies easier since even the chair had chakra rods inside of it. Can u imagine how uncomfortable, and pointless it would be to stand for god knows how long, with metal rods sticking out of your back, while u try to concentrate on sending your chakra to 6 bodies and moving them all at the same time? The more chakra he uses, the weaker he becomes. Who would stand while planning to destroy a village and fight to capture, not kill the 9 tails jinjuriki? Sitting down would make it so much easier. The chair was even made to strap his arms down and he could still use those. The god was never crippled. http://www.onemanga.com/Naruto/447/13/ still standing
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