- It's because he's both a movie and video game character, I think that creates a conflict on what to show. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 16:56, September 18, 2010 (UTC)
Kekkei Genkai Edit
I don't know if this has been brought up (if it has, I honestly expect a rude answer lol) but does he really have a kekkei genkai? Kakashi could copy it with ease so I don't think it is a KKGK but just a hidden style, or ninja art. —This unsigned comment was made by Antonino200 (talk • contribs) .
- No. It's movie-only anyway, so it's not canon. The fact that Kakashi could copy theirs despite noting that he could not coy Haku's due to it being a Kekkai Genkai reinforces this. Skitts (talk) 23:15, February 3, 2012 (UTC)
- actually there is a misunderstanding here Ice Style is ONLY a Kekkei Genkai of Haku (as it has been officially stated) others can use Ice Style (Nadare, Doto, etc.) but it is not there Kekkei Genkai as they are not Part of Haku's Clan so therefore Haku's Ice Techniques cannot be Copied by the Sharingan because they are Kekkei Genkai to Haku but the Ice Techniques of say Nadare CAN be copied because they are not Nadare's Kekkei Genkai (plus both Ice Styles are operated differently anyways Snow Ninja seem to Manipulate Ice Around them for there Jutsu while Haku can generate Ice jutsu anywhere whether Ice is there or not, not to mention its been stated on a few pages on this Wiki that its not Doto's Kekkei and that it is done differently than Haku's) so being non-canon really doesn't have anything to do with it (as it still follows Canonicity anyways in the way I just mentioned) so just to put it in Lamens terms the Sharingan can copy the Snow Village Ice Jutsu because it's done differently and it is not a Kekkei Genkai to them just a normal everyday Ninjutsu Technique unless we find out that they are all of Haku's Clan (the only instance of Ice being a Kekkei Genkai anyways is from Haku's Clan) Lordofninjas1 (talk) 02:04, March 25, 2013 (UTC)