Wait, what does it mean, they immortalised him? And he had the puppets with him the whole time, during the Fourth Shinobi War?--Aeonophic (talk) 22:00, May 19, 2013 (UTC)Aeonophic

What do you mean? He didn't have the puppets. If he had them, he would've used them instead of having to manipulate the ninja Deidara attacked. Kankurō had (at least some) access to those puppets back in Sunagakure (that's how he got ahold of Sasori's puppet body). If you don't get the "immortalized him" part, then reread the chapter where he told Kankurō to take care of his Haha & Chichi puppets (tip- it has to do with his art, and being eternal).--Yomiko-chan (talk) 22:38, May 19, 2013 (UTC)
The idea that Sasori created wooden puppets in his parents' image is beautiful. It symbolizes that even if gone, they will always be together. Recall his death, after he died, all that left was that puppet body of his in a hug with puppets of his parents. They are immortalized in a similar way as a photography is. Even if your loved ones have died, just taking a look at a photo where all of you "are" together makes you recall that very moment in time when it was taking place... the circumstances, the dialogue, the thoughts and emotions. Just like Sasori, Sasori's Father and Sasori's Mother were a family, so they are still together as Scorpion and Mother and Father... they have become a set of 3 puppets that will be passed down through future generations.--Elveonora (talk) 12:31, May 20, 2013 (UTC)