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Please don't create the same discussion in multiple pages, people will respond in different pages and then it'll all be a mess. I've deleted the ones in Senju and Uchiha clans, and left the one in the Sage of the Six Paths. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 23:26, September 23, 2010 (UTC)
Senju and the Uzumaki collaterally.
First I want to point out that the Senju and the Uzumaki are not the same. Mardara only stated that Nagato was from the Uzumaki clan as a side note from what I can tell. It has nothing to do with the fact that he had the Rinnegan. If you want to get any deeper Mardara said that he gave it to him in the first place. Second I think everyone is taking the whole Yin Yang thing to far. Yes we know about the Great sage of 6 paths and his two sons and their decendents Senju ,and Uchiha ok. It seems that he some how spread the 6 paths. Senju, Uchiha, Rinnegan, and I'm pretty sure the 10 tales is a path. The other 2 who knows what they will throw at us. Third we don't know and adding things like what you want to pages will only confuse people who are already lost. Naruto is great for explaining things. Even things your not sure they will explain they always do and they always do it in a way that a 5 year old could understand so when the time is right we will know. We don't know where their going with this thing what the other 2 paths are I cant even begin to imagine ,but time will tell. Personally I always am the last to know because even tho I read the manga until the English manga comes out or should i say graphic novels things are blurry for me to understand. Even tho we have alot of people translating we in America don't speak the English the rest of the worlds speak ( way too much coffee and TV our brains are like mush.) so even tho its in English its still different then the American graphic novels. So.............. In retrospect ask people like Jacce and ~Snapper on their talk page about speculation question they usually give a good answer quick and if they fell like your right they will tell you what to do. Only ask something on a discussion page unless you can prove it and you want it in an article no speculation will ever get on the page not even in the trivia hope this helps. TwinRisingDragons (talk) 05:54, September 26, 2010 (UTC)
WoW you did your research
WoW you did your research. Thanks for that explanation. See this is why I read the English Novels they are easy to understand and no mistranslation.TwinRisingDragons (talk) 02:46, October 1, 2010 (UTC)
Shiki Fujin trivia
Re:Kisame knowledge about Naruto.
I'm well aware of what you wrote and I never said it was wrong however you stated that he knew about the full abilities of a Jinchūriki in control of their beast so I removed that since it was inaccurate as he'd only know about the Negative Emotions Sensing technique and the effect on Yamato's Wood Release. All you wanted to say should still be there however.--Cerez365™ 15:48, July 27, 2011 (UTC)
Re: Itachi's last words
最後 can also be used as a noun (i.e. 'the end'), and since the particle で indicates with what or where an action is done (in this case with これ, 'this'), the most literal translation of the line would be "With this, [it] is the end," or in more proper English: "It ends with this." "This is it" or "This is the end" would be 「これは最後だ」. —ShounenSuki (talk | contribs | translations) 19:14, July 31, 2011 (UTC)
"And not only that, but a change occurred as well. A new, characteristic dōjutsu was born in those eyes." (「そしてそればかりか変化を起こした。特有の新しい瞳術がその眼に生まれたのだ。」, "Soshite sore bakari ka henka o okoshita. Tokuyū no atarashii dōjutsu ga sono me ni umareta no da.")
There is no way of telling whether Itachi was talking about an actual technique (like Amaterasu) or a dōjutsu variant (like Sharingan). However, with the new revelation of Madara's Rinnegan, I can safely tell you that Itachi was not talking about that. Madara apparently didn't awaken his rinnegan until his fight with the First Hokage, whereas Itachi is talking about something that happened at the moment Madara took his brother's eyes. Personally, I think Itachi was actually simply talking about the eternal Mangekyō Sharingan here. —ShounenSuki (talk | contribs | translations) 14:41, October 19, 2011 (UTC)