- When Obito fought the Eight Man Squad, Hinata said Obito's phasing wasn't genjutsu. Ao recognised that Yagura was under genjutsu as well, which is why he was suspicious during the Five Kage Summit. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 15:11, May 9, 2014 (UTC)
So far I've heard several people reference this wiki page as though it was proof that using byakugan and sharingan together could extend the visual genjutsu. So, I checked the reference (page 9 of chapter 671) as well as all other points in the manga where Kaguya shows up/sharingan genjutsu is used. There were several translations for the reference shown, but in the end it simply states that she had both doujutsu and used both their powers to devastate people. There is no note of using the byakugan to apply the sharingan genjutsu whatsoever. There is no instance within the manga where she does so without it being stated, either.
The reference in question states "(It won't let me put the japanese here because it says it's profanity) " which means "Mother had not only the byakugan's power, but also the sharingan's." This is followed by "Douryoku wo tsukai sono jutsu wo tami he to muketa koto mo aru seisan na jutsu de atta" which means "Using her eye's powers she turned a nation of people with the technique. It was a terrible technique."
Now, it was a popular fan theory beforehand that Kaguya used the byakugan to apply the mugentsukiyomi so when this was stated there were probably people who took this theory for fact. But nowhere does it state she applied the technique with byakugan nor are there any other points in the manga where she uses byakugan to apply a sharingan genjutsu. Until that happens, stating this on the wiki is just speculation and should be removed. Jake3104 (talk) 21:34, July 28, 2014 (UTC)