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[[File:The moon.png|thumb|The moon (depicted red) with the Ten-Tails sealed within it.]]
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[[File:The Moon.png|thumb|250px|The Moon.]]
The {{translation|'''[[Wikipedia:Moon|moon]]'''|月|tsuki}} is a planetary body orbiting the world. The moon was created by the first [[jinchūriki]], the [[Sage of the Six Paths]], through his [[Chibaku Tensei]] technique. The Sage collected a massive amount of earth to seal the physical remains of the [[Ten-Tails]] after he used his [[Creation of All Things]] ability to divide its [[chakra]] into the nine [[tailed beasts]], and then launched the stone prison into space, thus creating the moon.<ref name="ch467">''Naruto'' chapter 467, pages 11-17</ref><ref>''Naruto'' chapter 510, page 11</ref>
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The {{translation|'''[[Wikipedia:Moon|Moon]]'''|月|tsuki}} is a planetary body orbiting the [[Geography|Earth]]. It was created a millennium ago by [[Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki]], the Sage of the Six Paths.
   
[[Madara Uchiha]], after awakening the [[Rinnegan]], released the seal placed on the [[Demonic Statue of the Outer Path|empty vessel]] of the Ten-Tails and [[Summoning Technique|summoned]] it back to earth.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 606, page 13</ref>
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==History==
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Different accounts have been given as to how the Moon was formed. In early versions of the story given in the series, Hagoromo is said to have created the Moon at the end of his life, using it to store the [[Demonic Statue of the Outer Path]] so that the [[Ten-Tails]] could never be reborn. According to later versions, the Moon was created by Hagoromo and his brother, [[Hamura]], when they defeated their mother, [[Kaguya]], with [[Six Paths — Chibaku Tensei]]. After the moon's creation, Hamura took leadership of the [[Ōtsutsuki clan]] and settled on the Moon in order to guard the Demonic Statue.<ref>Fourth Databook, pages 216-217</ref>
   
Madara's ultimate plan, that was later adopted by [[Obito Uchiha]], the [[Eye of the Moon Plan]], involves reviving the Ten-Tails through joining the other tailed beasts, becoming its jinchūriki, and then projecting his [[Sharingan]] onto the moon in order to cast his "Infinite [[Tsukuyomi]]": a perpetual, world-scale [[genjutsu]] cast on every living being on the planet, which will allow both Madara and Obito to control and unite them to create a world with neither war nor hatred, making themselves the rulers of the world.<ref name="ch467"/>
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[[File:Infinite tsukuyomi.png|thumb|left|The moon reflecting the Infinite Tsukuyomi.]]
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Centuries later, sometime prior to the [[Second Shinobi World War]], [[Madara Uchiha]] [[Summoning Technique|summoned]] the Demonic Statue from the Moon with his [[Rinnegan]], intent on using it to bring peace to the world.<ref>Chapter 606, page 13</ref> In order to achieve this goal, Madara came up with the [[Eye of the Moon Plan]], wherein the Ten-Tails would be revived and its [[jinchūriki]] would cast the [[Infinite Tsukuyomi]] on the Moon, thereby ending all conflicts by trapping the world in a perpetual dream.<ref>Chapter 467</ref> Fulfillment of much of the plan ultimately falls to [[Obito Uchiha]] upon Madara's death, though Madara is [[Samsara of Heavenly Life Technique|revived]] in time to see the plan completed during the [[Fourth Shinobi World War]]. The Infinite Tsukuyomi is later broken by the combined efforts of [[Naruto Uzumaki]] and [[Sasuke Uchiha]].
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[[File:Moon Cut.png|thumb|The Moon, cut in half by Toneri Ōtsutsuki.]]
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In ''[[The Last: Naruto the Movie]]'', Hagoromo asked Hamura to monitor mankind<!--Why? Vague.-->, a task that was passed to the rest of the Ōtsutsuki when Hamura died. Over the centuries the Ōtsutsuki's numbers declined and Hamura's mission became corrupted: if mankind was deemed unworthy, they were to be destroyed. A millennium after they settled the Moon, the last surviving Ōtsutsuki, [[Toneri]], begins moving the Moon towards the Earth so that he can destroy it and rebuild a purer world from the ashes. As the Moon begins breaking up in the Earth's gravity and increasingly rains meteors upon its surface, [[Konohagakure]] sends a [[Hanabi Rescue Team|team]] to the Moon to stop the imminent collision. Toneri is eventually defeated by Naruto Uzumaki and Hamura's actual mission is afterwards explained to him by [[Hinata Hyūga]]. Apologetic, Toneri restores the Moon to its previous orbit and, despite an invitation to live on the Earth, stays on the Moon, vowing that it will never threaten the world again.
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== Environment ==
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The exterior of the Moon is barren, covered with craters and canyons. It has a weak gravity, but is still able to maintain a breathable atmosphere. Despite its harsh conditions, the Ōtsutsuki were able to settle on the Moon due to their unique anatomy and physiology. To improve its habitability and allow their population to thrive, the Ōtsutsuki built the [[Tenseigan (Energy Vessel)|Tenseigan]] at the center of the Moon, granting them light, powering their equipment, and allowing them to control the Moon's movements. Similar to a [[wikipedia:Dyson sphere|Dyson sphere]], they created a vast environment on the Moon's interior surface, complete with oceans, mountains, forests, and various animal species, however this environment was far smaller than the full size of the moon itself. Several villages were built across the landscape, which were steadily abandoned as the Ōtsutsuki's population dwindled.
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The artificial sun at the center of the Moon created by the Tenseigan is actually a [[barrier]], within which are housed various important sites, such as Hamura's shrine, the Tenseigan itself, and a castle where Toneri lives. All are guarded by an army of [[puppet]]s, controllable without [[chakra thread]]s because of the Tenseigan, as well as the [[Statue of the Ōtsutsuki Clan]].
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There is at least one portal that enables travel from the Earth to the Moon and back. Located underground, the portal itself takes the form of a spring of green water, though contact with the water doesn't leave one wet. By entering the portal, one travels through a dimension filled with various orbs, some of which are earthen in composition, others [[Genjutsu Ball Trap|trap those who contact them]] in their own memories. At the Moon's end of the portal is the [[Gatekeeper]], a giant crab that prevents unauthorized access. This portal collapses shortly after Toneri's defeat.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* According to [[Gaara]], [[Shukaku]] relishes the opportunity to kill anyone in sight at any time because of its innate rage and blood-lust, but especially so during the full moon.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 91, page 19</ref>
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[[File:Jinchūriki And Moon.png|thumb|Gaara's destructiveness and blood-lust during a full moon.]]
* During significant events, the coloring of the moon is always red, indicating that during these battles and events that the Naruto Moon is experiencing a [[Wikipedia:Lunar eclipse|lunar eclipse]] where the moon is passing in the Earth's shadow.
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* The anime often depicts the moon as red during significant events.
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* There have been cases that both the tailed beasts and their jinchūriki are affected to a certain degree during a full moon:
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** According to [[Gaara]], [[Shukaku]]'s blood-lust is especially strong during a full moon.<ref>Chapter 91, page 19</ref>
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** In the anime, [[Blue B]], during his time as [[Gyūki]]'s jinchūriki, noted that he would have trouble sleeping during the nights of the full moon, because anytime he would stare at it, it would reflect the loneliness in his heart. Gyūki would take advantage of those moments of weakness and try to control over Blue B's body. Blue B was also shown to take sleeping pills to help with this side-effect.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 318</ref>
   
 
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Latest revision as of 09:18, September 1, 2015

This is the article on the planetary body. If you are looking for the article on the village(s), head to Village Hidden under the Moon.
The Moon

The Moon.

The Moon (月, tsuki) is a planetary body orbiting the Earth. It was created a millennium ago by Hagoromo Ōtsutsuki, the Sage of the Six Paths.

HistoryEdit

Different accounts have been given as to how the Moon was formed. In early versions of the story given in the series, Hagoromo is said to have created the Moon at the end of his life, using it to store the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path so that the Ten-Tails could never be reborn. According to later versions, the Moon was created by Hagoromo and his brother, Hamura, when they defeated their mother, Kaguya, with Six Paths — Chibaku Tensei. After the moon's creation, Hamura took leadership of the Ōtsutsuki clan and settled on the Moon in order to guard the Demonic Statue.[1]

Infinite tsukuyomi

The moon reflecting the Infinite Tsukuyomi.

Centuries later, sometime prior to the Second Shinobi World War, Madara Uchiha summoned the Demonic Statue from the Moon with his Rinnegan, intent on using it to bring peace to the world.[2] In order to achieve this goal, Madara came up with the Eye of the Moon Plan, wherein the Ten-Tails would be revived and its jinchūriki would cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi on the Moon, thereby ending all conflicts by trapping the world in a perpetual dream.[3] Fulfillment of much of the plan ultimately falls to Obito Uchiha upon Madara's death, though Madara is revived in time to see the plan completed during the Fourth Shinobi World War. The Infinite Tsukuyomi is later broken by the combined efforts of Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha.

Moon Cut

The Moon, cut in half by Toneri Ōtsutsuki.

In The Last: Naruto the Movie, Hagoromo asked Hamura to monitor mankind, a task that was passed to the rest of the Ōtsutsuki when Hamura died. Over the centuries the Ōtsutsuki's numbers declined and Hamura's mission became corrupted: if mankind was deemed unworthy, they were to be destroyed. A millennium after they settled the Moon, the last surviving Ōtsutsuki, Toneri, begins moving the Moon towards the Earth so that he can destroy it and rebuild a purer world from the ashes. As the Moon begins breaking up in the Earth's gravity and increasingly rains meteors upon its surface, Konohagakure sends a team to the Moon to stop the imminent collision. Toneri is eventually defeated by Naruto Uzumaki and Hamura's actual mission is afterwards explained to him by Hinata Hyūga. Apologetic, Toneri restores the Moon to its previous orbit and, despite an invitation to live on the Earth, stays on the Moon, vowing that it will never threaten the world again.

Environment Edit

The exterior of the Moon is barren, covered with craters and canyons. It has a weak gravity, but is still able to maintain a breathable atmosphere. Despite its harsh conditions, the Ōtsutsuki were able to settle on the Moon due to their unique anatomy and physiology. To improve its habitability and allow their population to thrive, the Ōtsutsuki built the Tenseigan at the center of the Moon, granting them light, powering their equipment, and allowing them to control the Moon's movements. Similar to a Dyson sphere, they created a vast environment on the Moon's interior surface, complete with oceans, mountains, forests, and various animal species, however this environment was far smaller than the full size of the moon itself. Several villages were built across the landscape, which were steadily abandoned as the Ōtsutsuki's population dwindled.

The artificial sun at the center of the Moon created by the Tenseigan is actually a barrier, within which are housed various important sites, such as Hamura's shrine, the Tenseigan itself, and a castle where Toneri lives. All are guarded by an army of puppets, controllable without chakra threads because of the Tenseigan, as well as the Statue of the Ōtsutsuki Clan.

There is at least one portal that enables travel from the Earth to the Moon and back. Located underground, the portal itself takes the form of a spring of green water, though contact with the water doesn't leave one wet. By entering the portal, one travels through a dimension filled with various orbs, some of which are earthen in composition, others trap those who contact them in their own memories. At the Moon's end of the portal is the Gatekeeper, a giant crab that prevents unauthorized access. This portal collapses shortly after Toneri's defeat.

Trivia Edit

Jinchūriki And Moon

Gaara's destructiveness and blood-lust during a full moon.

  • The anime often depicts the moon as red during significant events.
  • There have been cases that both the tailed beasts and their jinchūriki are affected to a certain degree during a full moon:
    • According to Gaara, Shukaku's blood-lust is especially strong during a full moon.[4]
    • In the anime, Blue B, during his time as Gyūki's jinchūriki, noted that he would have trouble sleeping during the nights of the full moon, because anytime he would stare at it, it would reflect the loneliness in his heart. Gyūki would take advantage of those moments of weakness and try to control over Blue B's body. Blue B was also shown to take sleeping pills to help with this side-effect.[5]

References Edit

  1. Fourth Databook, pages 216-217
  2. Chapter 606, page 13
  3. Chapter 467
  4. Chapter 91, page 19
  5. Naruto: Shippūden episode 318
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