After the Fourth Great Ninja War, both Naruto and Sasuke lost an arm and Might Guy lost his legs (after awakening 8 gates). Tsunade and the team then built arms for Sasuke/Naruto using Hashirama cells.

Why didn't they chop Guy's legs and put Hashirama legs as well? Is it because Hashirama cells are not compatible?

  • The same reason why the hashirama cells won't becomes trees when Naruto uses kurama chakra (plot holes) – Ch.Siva Ram Kishore Jul 11 '18 at 3:38
  • I don't think that his problem is in the legs, but rather in his spine... Replacing them wouldn't work. And I think creating a spinal cord replacement might be a little trickier. – guilofrano Jul 12 '18 at 12:09
  • @Ch.SivaRamKishore Zetsu became trees when they died due to Naruto's abundant yang energy from Kurama's Yang half. Naruto not only resolved that issue after the war, but he also is still alive and able to control the chakra preventing it from turning into a tree. That would also be why Danzo didn't turn into a tree, and then he did, because he was so weak he couldn't control his chakra and so lost control of the arm. – Ryan Feb 13 at 4:37
  • Hashirama, reason for all plotholes ;-) – Bej Feb 26 at 12:35
  • As I understand it was just just the one leg that got messed up and he didn't lose either entirely. – IG_42 Mar 4 at 0:09

Tsunade could not fix Guy’s legs because his body and his nerves were destroyed from fighting with Madara. Guy's body was really broken and way worse than Sasuke and Naruto's damage. There is a certain point where if it's reached then there is no going back from it, plus the Uzumaki gang have special healing powers, for example Karin's, but sasuke on the other hand (get it xD haha) didn't want to have his body healed because it would feel like his sins are being forgiven with no payback and he did a lot of bad things to the hidden leaf village.

  • basically they weren't able to do it because might guy destroyed his leg, but Naruto's and Sasuke's hands were cut off; not ripped off. – The True 7th Hokage Feb 11 at 10:02
  • That would make less sense, because having Guy get his legs amputated and then replaced with new ones would completely skip over the damage by removing it entirely. Rather the problem has to be something besides damage, like not being able to accept a Hashirama transplant. – Ryan Feb 13 at 4:32

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