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Tailed Beasts Edit
- I'm not saying it's a coincidence or not, I'm saying it's not true. Nothing has ever been said about the relative strengths of the Tailed Beasts, except that the Nine-Tails is the strongest. For all we know, the One-Tails could be the second strongest, or the fourth weakest. --ShounenSuki (talk | contribs) 23:46, March 7, 2010 (UTC)
- Shukaku wasn't defeated by a frog, it was defeated by waking up Gaara. That said, Shukaku didn't seem any stronger or weaker than the Two-Tails or Three-Tails. We have no information whatsoever about the strengths of the Four-Tails, Five-tails, Six-Tails, and Seven-Tails, and the information we have about the Eight-Tails is sketchy at best.
- We do know, however, that the Tailed Beasts are pretty much treated as equals, except for the Nine-Tails. We know this thanks to the comment by Kisame that the Nine-Tails had to be sealed last, but the order of the other beasts didn't matter.
- In other words, there is absolutely no evidence that the number of tails indicates the strength of the Tailed Beast. --ShounenSuki (talk | contribs) 00:33, March 8, 2010 (UTC)
Human path Edit
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