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Did Itachi kill innocent people when in Akatsuki? Canonically, there is little to no information regarding Itachi's missions while in the Akatsuki. So we cannot say for certain whether or not Itachi killed people during his missions; innocent or not. If you consider some events that are shown within the anime, then yes - Itachi more than likely committed ...


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So...this is set in a world where someone who is adept enough can literally generate fire, water, electricity, earth and wind from their hands by weaving specific seals. I'm gonna have to ask that you just slightly suspend your disbelief on this one. There's no explanation as to why this is possible, similar to how there's no explanation as to why whole eye ...


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Madara wanted to become the host of the Ten-Tails so he could fulfill his plan. He could not do that unless he was fully resurrected. The wiki says: While under the Impure World Reincarnation, Madara was unable to use the full extent of his Rinnegan's abilities. After being revived and obtaining one of his actual eyes, he could summon and control the ...


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This question requires an in-depth analysis of the Fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze, as well as some of the world building in Naruto. First off, is it true Minato is unemotional with regards to the death of two of his students? I believe so. Obito dies in Episode 120 of Naruto Shippuden, Kakashi Chronicles: A Boy's Life on the Battlefield: Part 2. Kakashi and ...


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Canonically, Tobirama is the creator of the Shadow Clone Jutsu. This is confirmed in Naruto Chapter 644 According to the wiki (non-canon), Indra created the standard cloning jutsu; the one that Konoha academy students needed to perform in order to graduate: Creating various techniques like the first Clone Technique and Body Replacement Technique, even ...


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Of course, the descendends of Otsutsuki have extra abilities over normal humans/shinobis. They are in fact celestial beings that have travelled through dimensions seeking out worlds to plant Ten-Tail saplings into. So, basically they are "gods" rather than normal human beings. Some of the abilities are given in wiki (I am writing in points to ...


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Ok, I'm not going to use an anime source for replying this, but a medical/legal source, Brain death means the person has died. Brain death So, since when they turn into trees, they no longer have brains, I think it's safe to state that they die, as least as humans


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Tobirama Senju was not a good guy. In the anime and manga, the Second Hokage was very much presented as a Danzo-like figure, in contrast to his brother Hashirama would be considered a good guy. Tobirama, like Danzo, operated in a more moral gray zone, doing whatever he thought necessary to protect the village. Even his wiki page calls him pragmatic and ...


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Naruto killed at least 2 guys https://naruto.fandom.com/wiki/Aoi_Rokush%C5%8D Naruto then fought Aoi, and eventually defeated him with the Rasengan; by aiming at the crack on the sword, Naruto was able to break it. Once the Rasengan hit Aoi, it sent him flying off the cliff where he fell headfirst into the water.[4] Seeing as he said that a fall from that ...


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Naruto killed white zetsus, you can see it here, Naruto Vs White Zetsu While if you consider them "persons" or not, it's debatable. This wikia describes them as race: humans [White Zetsu] This another wikia entry describe white zetsu as "mutated human", Zetsu And this other wikia entry, White Zetsu Army describes the white zetsu army as &...


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