Originally Posted by ask me anything
LMAO! Kakashi, who is a student of Minato and knew him for many years, states in a speech to naruto on the topic of elements and rasengan usage that Minato failed to combine his element (hint: He would have needed on to combine it) with Rasengan, and KY completely dismisses it.
There really aren't words for this level of stupidity.
I am well aware of what kakashi said yet you are completely ignoring the fact that Minato in all his screen time has not even shown a Hint of being able to use an element. Thus is likely that he actually cannot!
I never made the statement that Minato CANNOT use an element, becuase I am well aware of what kakashi said, but I am also well aware that Minato with all his creen time has yet to even show a HINT of being able to use an element thus, could turn out to not actually be able to...
Meaning there was LIKELY a mistranslation about "He tried to combine HIS elemental chakra" with the manga, thus it could have been "He tried to combine elemental recomposed chakra with it" Meaning that minato never could recompose his chakra into an element which makes more sense considering mInato has Plenty of chakra and can use the kage bushin Jutsu to use a elemental rasengan... So why did Minato fail?
Look at the far better translation here were it states that Minato's INTENTION was to combine his "elemental re-composition SKILLS" with the spatial re-composition of the rasengan...
Meaning there was never any confirmation of an element, only his possibly to re-compose his chakra into an element was to be added with his rasengan.
Thus the reason the elemental rasengan could not be created was due to the Minato not being able to re-compose his chakra into an element to add to his rasengan. Which supports my argument that he never had an element in the first place.