Naruto blood prison Edit
I was wondering why the kekkei genkai of the girl ryuuzetsu from Naruto blood prison which enabled her to transfer life is not listed here whilst other movie only kekkei genkai (like steel release and dark release)--—This unsigned comment was made by 220.127.116.11 (talk • contribs) .
- It's either a glitch or because of the fact that her kekkei gankai was never named so there's no article for it except Dragon Life Reincarnation.--Cerez365™(talk) 13:17, June 3, 2012 (UTC)
- In that case would it be a possible solution for you to do what you did with Sakon and Ukon's unnamed kekkei genkai whereby you stated that it was unnamed then linked it to its related jutsu, in this case linking it to the Dragon Life Reincarnation.--—This unsigned comment was made by 18.104.22.168 (talk • contribs) .
- I apologize if I'm too late to respond, but could I please make a suggestion? How about going to the Trivia section and adding an item saying, "Ryuuzetsu from Naruto 5:Blood Prison has a kekkei genkai, but nothing is known about it other than it allows her to perform the Dragon Life Reincarnation jutsu"? Doing that would include all known KG without the need to create a one-line duplicate article. If that's okay with everyone, then I or someone else could go ahead and do that. Raidra (talk) 22:16, July 17, 2012 (UTC)
- Under normal circumstances, that's what would be done, but this isn't a normal page. It automatically collects pieces of the articles which are tagged as kekkei genkai, so we don't have to keep writing the same thing over and over in more than one page. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 04:24, July 18, 2012 (UTC)
- Hmm. Well, I'll leave the decision on how to handle this to those who know what they're doing (because everyone knows how clueless I am ~winks~), but I think a solution is needed because until it's included, the article isn't complete. Is there a way to have a separate section listing KG we know almost nothing about, like how the Shuriken article has a listof shuriken launchers even though none of those has a separate article? Raidra (talk) 12:31, July 18, 2012 (UTC)
- On second thought, may I please create an article about it? I promise to make it more than one sentence, and if you don't like it, you can make whatever changes you wish to it. Raidra (talk) 15:58, July 19, 2012 (UTC)
um actually why aint this listed when malices is, and it is literally a copy. it that one is listed, list this one too only fair and both have the same amount of detail.--22.214.171.124 (talk) 00:31, August 30, 2012 (UTC)
- I went ahead and made an article. Big thanks to Cerez365 for the help. I'm still a mere genin. Raidra (talk) 14:04, September 25, 2012 (UTC)
categories, implantation KG inheriting and Dual KGEdit
Whit some analyse yo can divids KG in 3 categories, doujuts (eye KG), advance nature (Dual elemental) and body alteration (like Kimimaro bone manipulation KG). Also two question about inherits the KG of the father/mother:
- If someone whit a implanted KG like Yamato haves a son/daugther, he/she can haves the chance of gains the KG?
- And ninjas that haves two or more KG are breads of two persons whit different KG, not?
- I think what Dragonempeorslayer means is that Kekkei Genkai could be divided into 3 categories: Dojutsu, Advanced Natures and finally those Kekkei Genkai which alters the body somehow. I personally think that some Kekkei Genkai are not included into these categories, such as those of the Kurama Clan and Rinha clan (both non-canon, I aware). A third category could however be labelled "Other" or "Miscelaneous" Kekkei Genkai, in order to accomodate these.
As for the posed questions(I will take the liberty to interpret them as well):
- "If a person with a transplanted Kekkei Genkai had a child, would it be possible for that child to inherit the transplanted kekkei genkai of it's parent?": As of yet, we don't know, as the situation hasn't come up in canon, though in some cases such as with Kakashi Hatake or Ao it seems rather unlikely, or just outright impossible since the subject is a transplanted dojutsu. However with Yamato the situation is less clear since he hasn't got a specific organ the wood release originates from. However in order for something to be passed down genetically from parent to child, it must be incoded into the DNA of the parent first, which, at least according to the Kekkei Genkai page, seems fully plausible in Yamato's case.
- "Whether or not, a person with two or more non-transplanted Kekkei Genkai (only example so far is Mei Terumi) would inherit them from parents whom each have a different Kekkei Genkai?": Again, not something which has been adressed in canon so an answer can't be provided, yet it seems much more plausible than the transplanted examples I mentioned earlier.--Tzao (talk) 02:18, January 1, 2014 (UTC)
Shikotsumyaku isn't limited to one person, the kekkei genkai was present on everyone from the Kaguya clan, that's how they acquired taste for blood and war. --Amourning (talk) 19:44, January 4, 2014 (UTC)
- Except it is. Kimimaro was the only one with it pretty much for all the time he was alive. Go read the chapters again. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 15:29, January 5, 2014 (UTC)
Pardon me, but shouldn't we get back to the topic at hand? Should or shouldn't we divide Kekkei Genkai into the aforementioned categories: "Dojutsu", "Advanced Nature Transformation" and "Other"? Not as individual pages but on this very page, categorization wouldn't exactly hinder the information flow. --Tzao (talk) 07:20, March 19, 2014 (UTC)
Smoke style Edit
I was wondering, even though it's not really canon, but it the smoke style used by Kigiri in the 3-tails arc a kekkei genkai or some offshoot chakra nature? I think it should at least be mentioned, or classified, in one of the pages.--Scarecrowsowards (talk) 21:18, March 18, 2014 (UTC)
- Never called anything that would suggest it being a nature transformation in any way. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 23:21, March 18, 2014 (UTC)
Was it not called smoke style though? generally speaking, if it has "style" or "release" after an element, it can be assumed that said technique is a nature. I apologize if I'm way off base, I was just wondering.--Scarecrowsowards (talk) 16:41, March 19, 2014 (UTC)
- If it was, that's what we would have called it. But it wasn't. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 17:25, March 19, 2014 (UTC)