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Which part of this jutsu's name is the correct part? The kanji, or the rōmaji? The kind of conflict with each other. If the kanji is correct, the rōmaji should probably be "Shichishoku Rasengan," or "Nanairo Rasengan". If the Rōmaji is correct, the kanji should probably be セブンカラード螺旋丸 --ShounenSuki 13:44, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
- Pick and choose is about as best a answer I can give you. I don't think anyone can say for certain if either is right or wrong. Hell to make matters worse, it COULD be this Sebun-Kara-Do Rasengan (found on merged Wikipedia page). At this point I would use whatever.--TheUltimate3 13:48, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
- Well, I'm assuming he says the name of this Rasengan in the movie. Do you happen to know where in the movie he says it? --ShounenSuki 13:59, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
- Well... I watched the final part of the film, but Naruto simply calls this "Rasengan". However, Sakura talks about seven-coloured chakra (七色のチャクラ, nanairo no chakura), so I guess if we wanted to create a page for this special type of Rasengan, the Japanese name should be Seven-Coloured Rasengan (七色の螺旋丸, Nanairo no Rasengan). --ShounenSuki 14:31, 1 September 2008 (UTC)
How come the article claims Naruto doesn't use his own chakra for this technique? As far as I can tell, there is no external chakra source. The only difference between this Rasengan and the normal Rasengan is the colour, which is has changed because of the reflection of sunlight on those giant mirror pillars. --ShounenSuki 20:28, 14 December 2008 (UTC)
The article says that it is a regular rasengan, and ten at the end of the article, it says it is greater then a rasengan. Can we get clarification on this?--The Animeman 06:51, 31 January 2009 (UTC)