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Old 05-11-2010, 12:00 AM   #119
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Re: Naruto and "Granny" Tsunade

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Originally Posted by TheThinker View Post
okay if she could use lightning why isnt it in any of the databooks? so who feels stupid now? honestly if she does use lightning why doesnt she just add it too her punches for that extra kick.. but she doesnt aside from that one time she hasnt even shown a glimpse of being able to use the lightning element and yet im wrong? cmon think before you speak read the databooks they are there for retard like u that assume people can do things they cant
Do u know that it's not in the databook? or are u just asking me the question to help your arguement? Serious question since I have no idea what the databooks say about her.

It's stupid to say, "if she could use, why doesnt she". Because Kishi makes his own decisions about who uses what and when and how they use it. Ask him.

Aside from that time, how many fights have u seen her in? So why would u expect to see her use lightning since then?

U may have a point about the databook if it was written after Tsunade had that battle since the databook wouldnt always tell what ninja are capable of when they have yet to show it in the manga and still have a chance to. U still sound stupid from your other statements
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