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Old 05-10-2010, 09:47 PM   #104
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Re: Naruto and "Granny" Tsunade

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Originally Posted by Duncan33 View Post
Yeah she can use it, but like I said she hasn't pulled off any lightining based justu. She simply manipulated her chakra. It's probably part of her medical skills as they did serve her in the battle with Oro.
It probably is part of her medical jutsu skills eventhough it served as an offensive weapon, and we all know that she hasnt used any lightning jutsu. I just said Tsunade can use ligtnung and people said," Oh no she cant" and I provided the link. U trying to explain why she probably can use it doesnt change anything about my statement that she can use it. Who knew Kakashi could make lightning dogs and lightning clones until he faced Pain, eventhough we knew he could use lightning?
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