Hi i found your nature table. If i may give you a little feedback, writing "Note : I only consider the nature used in the manga (canon) and think of anime and movies creations as "don't stop the diffusion because I need more money" trash." but using crystal and steel is kinda contradicting. No offence ment. --Cosmikaze (talk) 18:37, August 5, 2011 (UTC)
Fahad.a.sheikh (talk) 15:15, October 12, 2011 (UTC) I agree on this point that we shall wait til next week. btw isn't it possible that the one resurrected is Izuna? or maybe Madara is alive and using some jutsu with the help of rinnegan!
- I dont think the resurected one is Izuna. While him and madara may look a little like each other, i dont think the similarity would be enough for people not to notice. Also if that was the case Izuna would have had to die much later than what we know at the moment, since he looked nothing like the resurected Madara, when he died. Then agian after this chapter we cant know for sure what really happened, seeing as Tobi most likely is not Madara, so everthing he said should be taken with a some amount of sceptism.
As for who Tobi is, i had a theory, but the more i think about it, the more i think im wrong, so ill keep that to myself for the time being. The thing thats puzzleing me the most is the fact that Madara knew that Nagato was gonna use rinne tensei to revieve him, just like Tobi aparently planned for. If i would have to make a guess i would say that Tobi is either a clone (not as in clone technique, more like Yamato and the 1st) or Madaras son. But both is just a wild guess, and it could just as well be someone completely different. I think its pretty ovious that the real Madara is dead, but the only question is how deep Tobi's connection to him is. --Cosmikaze (talk) 16:04, October 12, 2011 (UTC)
Re: Reason for Son indstead of Gokū
I doubt there's any deep reasoning behind this choice. I think Kishimoto-sensei merely went with 孫 to avoid being too blatant with his references to Dragon Ball. He probably didn't want everyone to envision Toriyama-sensei's Gokū whenever they read the Yonbi's name. —ShounenSuki (talk | contribs | translations) 04:51, January 16, 2012 (UTC)