|05-26-2008, 11:17 PM||#1|
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as we all know madara does stat the fact that: "If I did not teach itachi everything i would have been dead." know does that mean he was itachi's sensei and taught him the majority of his power? most likely and it seems like he just found his newest pupil... sasuke! expect great things from the future of naruto especially from sasuke and naruto because i think starting soon they will seperate each other from the ordinary pack of ninja's and become gods!
OH AND I APOLOGIZE TO EVERYONE IF I SAID PEIN IS STRONGER. BECAUSE LOOK WAT I FOUND WHAT PEIN SAID.
IF UR STRONGER OR EQUAL U DONT GET BOSSED AROUND U GET ASKED. SO THATS WHERE I DRAW MY CONCLUSION! THANK YOU.
|05-27-2008, 02:33 AM||#2|
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Re: Sensei Madara?
I think that Madara said that if he had not kept secrets from Itachi. He may have offered guidance to Itachi but Itachi became so talented because he was a natural genius by DNA for one. 2nd, he grew up in a time of war where only the strong usually survive , and constant fighting makes u a better, more experoienced fighter if u can survive. He hated conflict so he would constanly be using his intellect as well by considering the best possible outcome for any situation to avoid a fight or death, whicch is harder to do than trying to kill someone who is attacking u. Vader was more powrfull than the Sith Lord and still took orders for so many years. Boxers, body builders, etc... get "bossed around" by someone weaker than them. The Security gets bossed by the person they are guarding. Even the Hokage and or leaf can be "bosssed around" by the Fire Lord but any gennin can probably defeat him as most Feudal Lords are "normal people". Madara is just "the boss". but every dog has his day to try to forcefully take over the pack.
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