I just want to ask, in Naruto Shipuden when Madara extracted all the Tailed Beast by using the Gedo Statue. It is said that when the tailed beast is removed from a Jinjuriki the Jinjuriki will die.

I just want to ask, why was killer bee not dead and was able to have a dream under the infinite tsukoyumi. How is it possible?

  • Wasn't it just Naruto that got the Tailed Beast extracted during the war? IIRC Madara didn't need Gyuuki/Hachibi since he already have a part of Gyuuki (a tentacle Sasuke retrieved) sealed inside the Gedo Mazo. Jul 12 '16 at 5:56
  • Isn't it that Madara Also have the chakra of the Nine Tails ?? anyways ,Ahmm, i saw it that the Gedo released the color violet chakra chains that got the neck of the of all the tailed beast that includes Gyuuki.
    – Fred
    Jul 12 '16 at 6:12

According to this link

Madara then proceeded to chain them up and prepared to remove Yang-Kurama and Gyūki from their jinchūriki. Struggling against its confines, Gyūki apologised to B as it was extracted and sealed within the statue along with the other tailed beasts, but not before cutting off one of its tentacles, letting B survive through the chakra within it.

So in short he was having chakra worth of one tentacle which was cut off from Gyūki and just because of this he was able to survive.

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  • Kurama should have done this too. Jul 12 '16 at 16:57

Bee used a tentacle escape pod. It's using the same rule that allowed the Jubi to be revived in reverse. As long as there was a portion of Gyuki's chakra, be was able to survive.

as stated here

  • are you sure about this ?
    – Fred
    Jul 12 '16 at 6:25
  • His answer is right, but it's generally not good to just quote forum comments, since they cannot be considered credible. Jul 19 '16 at 22:09

So yall know how naruto survives from getting the yang 9 tails removed, well its kinda the same thing that happened only he only had a little of the tailed beast's chakra inside him. B had one tentacles worth of chakra remain inside of him.

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