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  • Seelentau
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    11:16, January 3, 2018

    Did Killer B die in Boruto: Naruto the Movie? He was fighting Momoshiki and then he got the double-size tailed beast ball and collapsed, then didn't Momoshiki extract Gyuki (Hachibi) from him? Then Momoshiki dropped his body and left. Is Killer B dead?! Please tell me something else happened! I don't want him to die! And right after that he said let's go after the nine-tails and was talking about the chakra in the form of beasts. Please illuminate me on this situation.

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    • Credits confirmed he lived. He was probably knocked out.

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    • How did the credits confirm that he lived?

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    • Momoshiki did pull Gyuki out of him and absorbed some of his chakra before deflecting Gyuki's attack on him and throwing B into the water. The end credits showed him wide awake as the 8 tails pulled him out of the water.

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    • Ooohhhhh! What a relief! So how did B survive Gyuki being extracted and how did Gyuki pull him out of the water if he was extracted?

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    • Not sure. That wasn't a big deal in the movie.

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    • Ok. I'm just glad he's okay. I was worried about him. "yeah"

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    • TheOneWhoLovesNaruto wrote: Did Killer B die in Boruto: Naruto the Movie? He was fighting Momoshiki and then he got the double-size tailed beast ball and collapsed, then didn't Momoshiki extract Gyuki (Hachibi) from him? Then Momoshiki dropped his body and left. Is Killer B dead?!

      mostlikely hachibi left one of his tentacles in his body like he did in the manga ^_^

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    • Killer bee survived yet another situation where he logically should have died. IMO he should have died during his battle against Sasuke, the way Killer Bee survived that fight was nonsensical at best, (Seriously Sasuke should have been able to tell the difference between clone Killer Bee and real Killer Bee via his Sharingan). besides Killer Bee's only purpose in the entire storyline goes like this, get beat by Team Taka, help Naruto achieve control over nine tails chakra, nothing else. ever since Naruto gained control over nine tails Killer Bee has been almost completely irrelevant to the plot serving as nothing more than a character to get beat simply to make the enemy look tough.

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    • Well, Even Naruto didn't die while finishing battle against Toneri! We all have seen that Kurama was detached from Naruto and writing something on the moon to stop the raikage from firing! But Naruto didn't die! So same goes for Killer bee

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    • Ar-Rafi Rahman wrote: Well, Even Naruto didn't die while finishing battle against Toneri! We all have seen that Kurama was detached from Naruto and writing something on the moon to stop the raikage from firing! But Naruto didn't die! So same goes for Killer bee

      Wasn't that Kurama formed from a Naruto clone? I've not seen it in a while, but I'm like 99% on that.

      Anyway, the host dying from tailed beast extraction is primarily a note of the old way of sealing tailed beasts, where you basically force them into a container and then, if need be later, rip them the hell out. As with many other things, we've actually no idea what the status is on the tailed beasts and their hosts these days, if the same type of systems are being implimented, or if they have in fact developed a way for tailed beast and host to live independently or together as they see fit.

      In the case of Bee and Gyuki, since those two actually get along, they have the method of lopping off a tail to give Bee a chance to survive his extraction. It's a bit crude and I'm fairly certain the only reason Gyuki can do it is the whole octopus thing, but still, it works, so I don't think it's really out there for him to use that method since it's one of his go-to moves (See how he evaded team taka.)

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