Wikia

Narutopedia

Changes: A Failure's True Power

View form

Back to page

(Trivia)
 
(4 intermediate revisions by 4 users not shown)
Line 6: Line 6:
 
|episode=62
 
|episode=62
 
|shippuden=No
 
|shippuden=No
|arc=Chūnin Exam Arc
+
|arc=Chūnin Exams (Arc)
 
|chapters=103, 104, 105
 
|chapters=103, 104, 105
 
|japanese airdate=December 10, 2003
 
|japanese airdate=December 10, 2003
Line 14: Line 14:
   
 
== Synopsis ==
 
== Synopsis ==
As the fight progresses, [[Naruto]] and [[Neji]] argue about the outcome of their match fate being predetermined. After that, Neji strikes down Naruto with several hits, and tells the [[Genma|examiner]] that he should call the match. After having all his chakra [[Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms|closed off]], Naruto manages to summon the [[Nine-Tailed Demon Fox]]'s [[chakra]]. Neji and Naruto then clash, creating an explosion. The two are then seen lying on the arena. Naruto, having dug a hole underground, surprises Neji with an uppercut from below, knocking him out. [[Genma]] then announces that Naruto is the winner of the match.
+
As the fight progresses, [[Naruto]] and [[Neji]] argue about the outcome of their match fate being predetermined. After that, Neji strikes down Naruto with several hits, and tells the [[Genma|examiner]] that he should call the match. After having all his chakra [[Eight Trigrams Sixty-Four Palms|closed off]], Naruto manages to summon the [[Nine-Tailed Demon Fox]]'s [[chakra]]. Neji and Naruto then clash, creating a massive explosion in the arena. The two are then seen lying on the ground. Naruto, having dug a hole underground, surprises Neji with an uppercut from below, knocking him out. [[Genma]] then announces that Naruto is the winner of the match.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* Near the end of the episode, Naruto says he failed the Graduation Exam several times because he couldn't use the [[Shadow Clone Technique]] when he actually couldn't use the [[Clone Technique]]. This is likely a dubbing error.
+
* Near the end of the episode, Naruto says he failed the Graduation Exam three times because he couldn't use the [[Shadow Clone Technique]] when he actually couldn't use the [[Clone Technique]]. This is a dubbing error.
  +
* It is also shown in the latter part that a bird was flying into the daylight, with Neji Hyuga staring deeply at it. It wasn't depicted in the episode, but it may consider a symbolism about Naruto's words to him about destiny and freedom.
  +
  +
[[es:El verdadero poder de un fracasado]]

Latest revision as of 08:29, December 31, 2014

A Failure's True Power
Naruto Using The Fox's Chakra
(落ちこぼれの底力!, Ochikobore no Sokojikara!)
Episode data
Previous Ultimate Defence: Zero Blind Spot!
Episode Naruto #62
Next Hit it or Quit it: The Final Rounds Get Complicated!
Arc Chūnin Exams (Arc)
Manga Chapter #103, Chapter #104, Chapter #105
Airing
Japanese December 10, 2003
English November 18, 2006
Debut
Characters
None in this Episode
Jutsu
None in this Episode
Tools
None in this Episode

A Failure's True Power (落ちこぼれの底力!, Ochikobore no Sokojikara!) is episode 62 of the original Naruto anime.

Synopsis Edit

As the fight progresses, Naruto and Neji argue about the outcome of their match fate being predetermined. After that, Neji strikes down Naruto with several hits, and tells the examiner that he should call the match. After having all his chakra closed off, Naruto manages to summon the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox's chakra. Neji and Naruto then clash, creating a massive explosion in the arena. The two are then seen lying on the ground. Naruto, having dug a hole underground, surprises Neji with an uppercut from below, knocking him out. Genma then announces that Naruto is the winner of the match.

Trivia Edit

  • Near the end of the episode, Naruto says he failed the Graduation Exam three times because he couldn't use the Shadow Clone Technique when he actually couldn't use the Clone Technique. This is a dubbing error.
  • It is also shown in the latter part that a bird was flying into the daylight, with Neji Hyuga staring deeply at it. It wasn't depicted in the episode, but it may consider a symbolism about Naruto's words to him about destiny and freedom.

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki