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Sasuke defected to Otogakure and was the leader of Sound four while he was in the container on his way to Otogakure. Removing that from his infobox is considered vandalism and can lead to blocking. Jacce | Talk | Contributions 04:06, May 23, 2012 (UTC)
- Chapter 181 page 17, Sakon says that they decided that Sasuke would be their leader. Kimimaro was ill at the time and no longer a part of Sound Four/Five.
- Sasuke left Konoha to study for Orochimaru, he lived in Otogakure for over 2 and ½ years, thus he was affiliated to Otogakure.
- Tayuya, Jirōbō, Sakon, Ukon, Kimimaro and Karin were all Sound ninjas, and they never had sound headbands. Not even Orochimaru used a sound headband, except when he went undercover in Konoha.
Um I just received a few emails saying someone deleted all of this stuff. But now it's back. What happened? --TakaSasuke20 (talk) 14:41, May 25, 2012 (UTC)TakaSasuke20
- An anonymous guest user blanked your talkpage for no reason at all. It was reverted by Jacce --Speysider (Talk Page) 15:05, May 25, 2012 (UTC)
Ok thank you--TakaSasuke20 (talk) 18:34, May 25, 2012 (UTC)TakaSasuke20
The moment you said "It requires the Sharingan" your point became moot because all techniques that stem from an eye is automatically an eye technique. That's just the way it is friend.
Maybe I should explain more a bit more. The word dōjutsu essentially has two meanings:
- Eye Technique: Byakugan, Sharingan, Rinnegan
- Eye Technique: Gentle Fist Art One Blow Body, Izanagi, Outer Path for examples of each. It's the eye yes but dojutsu are also the techniques that stem from them.--Cerez365™ (talk) 17:28, July 19, 2012 (UTC)
My point did not become moot. Face the facts, It's a Genjutsu! --TakaSasuke20 (talk) 17:29, July 19, 2012 (UTC)TakaSasuke20
He was so named in the databook, as indicated in the databook reference. Don't go around renaming pages without checking for those references. If it has a reference from a databook, it's verified information. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 03:52, August 26, 2012 (UTC)
- Databooks list him as the author, for all purposes, he did name the character, so even if you don't think Kishimoto writes the databooks, this wiki does. Don't remove databook-sourced information. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 03:56, August 26, 2012 (UTC)
Second & Final Warning
The Yuki Clan was revealed in the manga. Do not just delete information from the wiki because you feel like it. Always verify fact before removing it entirely from a page and an infobox. Seeing as you have been warned on this before, the next time you do this, an appropriately lengthed block on your account will be placed. ~ Ten Tailed Fox 17:39, July 20, 2013 (UTC)
- First of all, I don't have to show you anything, so lose the attitude now. Secondly, if you'd take a look at the references, you would see that Chapter 522 has given the chapter the name "Yuki Clan". So enough of the vandalism. Check your facts, or next time you will be blocked. ~ Ten Tailed Fox 17:41, July 20, 2013 (UTC)
- I don't have an attitude. I'm simply asking for proof of the fact the his clan was confirmed as Yuki. I'm starting to think that the databooks are fake since I've never seen one in a book store. Will you please link me to proof of his clan being confirmed? --TakaSasuke20 (talk) 17:47, July 20, 2013 (UTC)TakaSasuke20
- Go look at chapter 522 and you'll see your proof. We don't link outside the site on this wiki, but a simple search for Naruto chapter 522 will get you there. Again, check the references on the pages before you just remove stuff and you'd probably have seen that. Secondly, what you think is irrelevant because fact dictates otherwise. The databooks are only released in Japan to my knowledge, and translators translate them into English. So unless you want to hop a couple of planes over to Japan, you won't find them in a bookstore. The books are written, in part, by Kishimoto himself, and all information in them are meant to supplement manga information, which makes them canon. Therefore, this wiki takes them to be fact beyond a reasonable doubt. ~ Ten Tailed Fox 17:51, July 20, 2013 (UTC)
- Only the third databook is available for purchase in English. You won't find anything about Haku in it, however. ~SnapperTo 18:12, July 20, 2013 (UTC)