Re: My theory on how nature releases work
- Eh, I don't prefer that explanation. It simply is the explanation given by the manga. • Seelentau 愛 議 15:23, September 26, 2014 (UTC)
I'm interested in your theory. Convince me that Blaze is Fire+Lightning and not Fire+Yin. ;)
Edit: By the way, you can call me "Windy" rather than "WindStar." Saves you the typing. Kinda like how people call Ten Tailed Fox "Foxie." :P --WindStar7125 20:35, September 26, 2014 (UTC)
- Regarding your theory on plasma, if Plasma were a nature in Naruto, I'm sure it would be composed of Wind, Fire and Lightning, being a Kekkei Tōta like Dust Release. In chemistry and physics, when either wind, fire or lightning are heated at a certain temperature, they ionize, yes, and take a form of plasma. Generally speaking, by the time a gas is hot enough to be seen, it’s a plasma. Fire and Lightning are already seen, so yes they are plasma. In the case of fire, however, it as to be heated and ionized a little more to classify as a plasma (for it is technically still a gas), whereas lightning automatically is a plasma. Wind has to be heated and ionized to a greater degree then fire, and when wind is heated to a certain temperature, it becomes as visible as fire and lightning are, and is known as a plasma called solar wind, if you will.
- An advanced nature is created "by initiating more than one basic chakra nature transformation simultaneously." That's straight from the Nature Transformation article. If you want to get technical, Fire+Yin is more than one nature. It is one nature + Yin. Not necessarily two natures, although that's all we've seen and been confirmed of so far.
- Madara's Yin and Lightning created Black Lightning. I need to check with @Tau to see if the raws said that. The scanalation stated it was black lightning, need to know if the raw stated so. Also, if I'm not mistaken, when Sasuke mixed his Yin Release, Six Paths Chakra and Lightning, he had a similar case like Madara. As for Kakashi, well that's something else altogether, I thought what Sasuke and Kakashi did was the same, but according to @Tau it's different.
- I can see why the common guess is that Fire+Lightning make Explosion. This is a fact: "An explosion is a rapid increase in volume and release of energy in an extreme manner, usually with the generation of high temperatures and the release of gases." This is also another fact, according to chemistry: "For the most part, fire is a mixture of hot gases." A third fact according to physics: "Plasma is the fourth fundamental state of matter, the others being solid, liquid and gas... Heating a gas may ionize its molecules or atoms (reducing or increasing the number of electrons in them), thus turning it into a plasma, which contains charged particles: positive ions and negative electrons or ions." If you heat a solid, it becomes a liquid. Heat a liquid, it becomes gas. Heat a gas, it becomes plasma. Plasma are heated gases. Fire and Lightning are already at a high temperatures and are heated gases (though lightning is more heated and is more qualified as a plasma than fire), but the reason why they aren't yet classified as explosive is because the hot gases aren't yet released at a certain velocity. They are at a condensed and compressed stage. When those hot gases in fire and lightning are released at high velocities/speeds, that qualifies as an explosion, according to chemistry.
- I honestly think Magnet Release could be Earth and Lightning, but that's another debate, we haven't seen any Magnet Release users utilize lightning (or have we?).
...And that took a lot of research. --WindStar7125 15:39, September 27, 2014 (UTC)
I personally hope that 4th databook comes rolling along... I think Fire+Lighting = Explosion because... well I don't have to elaborate any further, you read my long-ass explanation. But if Fire+Lightning = Explosion, that would also leave only 1 more advanced nature to go. But we'll see. :P --WindStar7125 16:26, September 27, 2014 (UTC)
RE: Quick Suggestion
Re: Naruto Tankobon omitted cover text
- Didn't we already talk about that some year ago? Yes, I can confirm. It doesn't exactly say that he died 50 years ago, but it says that his cells live on even 50 years later (or something like that). • Seelentau 愛 議 12:35, September 27, 2014 (UTC)