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Sasuke's Complete Susanoo

Its only this big now due to Naruto's chakra. Even with legs, it wouldn't be as big, only twice as large as without lets. So Naruto's chakra powering up Sasuke gave him access to a giant size Complete Susanoo.--SuperSaiyaMan (talk) 23:53, September 27, 2013 (UTC)

I thought that Naruto's chakra enabled Sasuke to use a full-bodied version of Susanoo; I also haven't seen any kind of size differentiation, as the Susanoo I've seen with a lower-body still looks the same in size. Rxd (talk) 23:57, September 27, 2013 (UTC)
Naruto's chakra allowed Sasuke's Complete stage Susanoo to grow to the size of Naruto's Tailed Beast Mode. It powered him up by four times or more. The original size of Sasuke's Complete Susanoo was large enough to sit on Aoba's head or be swallowed by Danzo's Baku. Now with Naruto's chakra, the Complete Stage Susanoo is TAILED BEAST SIZE. You honestly don't notice the difference?--SuperSaiyaMan (talk) 01:37, September 29, 2013 (UTC)
Nope; not at all. The top part of Susanoo still appears the same in size. It's just the new leg-extensions that put it around the same size as a Tailed Beast, IMO. Naruto's chakra could be the reason why Sasuke is able to add a lower-body to his Susanoo, however. Otherwise, no, I don't see a I size difference.
I guess I just can't remember far enough back to really see a size difference. Go ahead and do what you want; I'm tired of this discussion.
I wouldn't call it a "manga fact" though. Likely? Yes. A fact? No. Actually, it seems like speculation to me. Rxd (talk) 01:42, September 29, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Italicization in general

Only place in the series page I don't see it in italics is the first bolded one, italicizing that would kinda be overkill. We don't generally follow wikipedia rules on what to italicize games and books and the like. For many jutsu, characters, and tools, we put write them normally in articles in general. Usually, if it's mentioned in an introduction, like it does in early generation Kage, it's bolded, but only in the first mention. In infoboxes, italicized means that the subject in question, be it character, jutsu, or tool, is unnamed, meaning the name of the article in question is a descriptive place-holder. In the Kage's case, since that is also a title they go by, we add the kanji and romaji to the infobox, but if we ever learn their names, the specific title also gets sidelined in the infobox. Sometimes, an unnamed article may have matching kanji and romaji if the name is from the anime, but taken from a description instead of an outright name. For example, Second Mizukage's genjutsu was only ever described as "mirage genjutsu". It's obviously not the actual name of the technique, only a description, but since it's more canon than any descriptive name we come up with, that gets used. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 01:08, September 28, 2013 (UTC)

Re: Recent images

I've read the image policy. What was wrong with the photos added? (Rachin123 (talk) 00:53, October 24, 2013 (UTC))

They lacked the use of the {{File Information}} template and they weren't tagged with any legal licensing template. I suggest going here to learn a bit more. Rxd (talk) 01:01, October 24, 2013 (UTC)
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