Re: Naruto and "Granny" Tsunade
Originally Posted by Human Rasengan
Exactly the point I'm trying to make.. reguardless the Manga just told us that the Jinchuriki are chosen from the Familly of the Kage.. which mean all the Kage of any given village are related to each other by blood or marriage and thus are still familly which means that Naruto Tsunade and alll the inhabitants of Konaha are related.. in much the same way you have many members of your familly with different last names(clans) in your city but you are still related.. cousins aunts uncles grandparents great grandparents and so forth
It's common for the jinjuriki to be chosen from Kages, and that in no way connects all the Kages in 1 village to a jinjuriki. If anything, The jinjuriki chosen would only have relation to the Kage at the time. Once that jinjuriki grows up, even if his relative Kage is killed, by then u would expect him to cherish his village like any other ninja. I dont think that the village would just choose the next strongest ninja to be Kage that is related to the jinjuriki. Gaara was chosen to be a jinjuriki because his father was Kage at the time. That doesnt necessarily mean that Gaara and his father, and all other Kages are related, same with Naruto and any other village of jinjuriki and Kages
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Last edited by liondemon; 05-06-2010 at 10:33 PM.