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Poll: Who will win this?
26 vote(s) since October 6, 2013 22:58
Kakuzu (7) (27%)
Gai & Kakashi (19) (73%)
  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:17
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kisame9116 wrote:
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Kakuzu, he's a fucking tank that was beat by plot and he lost 1 of his hearts from a surprise diversion attack that involved Shikamaru( smartest ninja in Konoha )

He'd obviously find out Gai's a bigger threat and take him out.
He'd obviously suddenly realize Gai is most definitely not a bigger threat and get Kamui'd and left to starve to death.

Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
They are so ignorant they think that Kakuzu is some academy student who can be defeated with one attack.
I think they're forgetting about his final form that he showed before Naruto came in as well. I would like to see Kakashi & Gai try to get to him while dodging all 4 hearts and whatever he had under his body.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:22
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Kakashi and gai
._. even gai can beat him if he uses all the gates xD
  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:25
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kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
Kakuzu, he's a fucking tank that was beat by plot and he lost 1 of his hearts from a surprise diversion attack that involved Shikamaru( smartest ninja in Konoha )

He'd obviously find out Gai's a bigger threat and take him out.
He'd obviously suddenly realize Gai is most definitely not a bigger threat and get Kamui'd and left to starve to death.

Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
Here's the thing, there is this thing called progression. Characters in Naruto tend to get stronger as the series goes on. When they get stronger, they begin to do things that they weren't able to do before. Now here's the key, if they become 10x stronger than they were at a previous point in the series, why would you think it logical to use an example of their power from when they were 10x weaker and apply it to a battle in which the stronger version is placed, and use that as a credible weakness? Kakashi's mangekyou doesn't drain him nearly as fast as it used to. He can use Kamui repeatedly and his speed and aim has undeniable improved since its first appearance. Kakuzu will be sent to another dimension before he even releases a heart unless Kakashi wants to have fun and takes his time using Kamui to remove the elements he'd have the most issue with. If he so pleases, he may let Gai join in. And just wait till Kakuzu gets a load of that genjutsu.
spike7011 wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
He'd obviously suddenly realize Gai is most definitely not a bigger threat and get Kamui'd and left to starve to death.

Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
They are so ignorant they think that Kakuzu is some academy student who can be defeated with one attack.
I think they're forgetting about his final form that he showed before Naruto came in as well. I would like to see Kakashi & Gai try to get to him while dodging all 4 hearts and whatever he had under his body.
I think you are forgetting that Kakashi is levels beyond Kakuzu at this point in the series. One does not simply use w.e technique you want against a fully charged Kakashi who's just anxious to send you into another dimension where you will starve to death.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:28
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_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
He'd obviously suddenly realize Gai is most definitely not a bigger threat and get Kamui'd and left to starve to death.

Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
Here's the thing, there is this thing called progression. Characters in Naruto tend to get stronger as the series goes on. When they get stronger, they begin to do things that they weren't able to do before. Now here's the key, if they become 10x stronger than they were at a previous point in the series, why would you think it logical to use an example of their power from when they were 10x weaker and apply it to a battle in which the stronger version is placed, and use that as a credible weakness? Kakashi's mangekyou doesn't drain him nearly as fast as it used to. He can use Kamui repeatedly and his speed and aim has undeniable improved since its first appearance. Kakuzu will be sent to another dimension before he even releases a heart unless Kakashi wants to have fun and takes his time using Kamui to remove the elements he'd have the most issue with. If he so pleases, he may let Gai join in. And just wait till Kakuzu gets a load of that genjutsu.
spike7011 wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
They are so ignorant they think that Kakuzu is some academy student who can be defeated with one attack.
I think they're forgetting about his final form that he showed before Naruto came in as well. I would like to see Kakashi & Gai try to get to him while dodging all 4 hearts and whatever he had under his body.
I think you are forgetting that Kakashi is levels beyond Kakuzu at this point in the series. One does not simply use w.e technique you want against a fully charged Kakashi who's just anxious to send you into another dimension where you will starve to death.
Kakashi barely uses his Kumai, so he wouldn't gain much experience with it. Also, you're making Kakashi out to be some kind of God when he should of been dead back in this fight if he wasn't a main character. Even with help Kakashi didn't stand a chance vs kakuzu. Kinda funny how you keep bringing up Kumai. Is that the only thing he's good for?
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:31
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#20
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
He'd obviously suddenly realize Gai is most definitely not a bigger threat and get Kamui'd and left to starve to death.

Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
Here's the thing, there is this thing called progression. Characters in Naruto tend to get stronger as the series goes on. When they get stronger, they begin to do things that they weren't able to do before. Now here's the key, if they become 10x stronger than they were at a previous point in the series, why would you think it logical to use an example of their power from when they were 10x weaker and apply it to a battle in which the stronger version is placed, and use that as a credible weakness? Kakashi's mangekyou doesn't drain him nearly as fast as it used to. He can use Kamui repeatedly and his speed and aim has undeniable improved since its first appearance. Kakuzu will be sent to another dimension before he even releases a heart unless Kakashi wants to have fun and takes his time using Kamui to remove the elements he'd have the most issue with. If he so pleases, he may let Gai join in. And just wait till Kakuzu gets a load of that genjutsu.
spike7011 wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
They are so ignorant they think that Kakuzu is some academy student who can be defeated with one attack.
I think they're forgetting about his final form that he showed before Naruto came in as well. I would like to see Kakashi & Gai try to get to him while dodging all 4 hearts and whatever he had under his body.
I think you are forgetting that Kakashi is levels beyond Kakuzu at this point in the series. One does not simply use w.e technique you want against a fully charged Kakashi who's just anxious to send you into another dimension where you will starve to death.

I lol'd at Progression in the Series Naruto, outside of the characters Naruto and Sasuke.

A. Kakashi's Mangekyou was "hinted" in the first series against Itachi and Kisame. Why didn't he use it? He'd probably die first and Itachi could've easily escaped it, same with Kisame.

B. When it was first revealed he used it against Deidara and it took one of his arms while he was flying. Second time he made Deidara's bomb vanish and almost ran out of chakra.

C. Third time in the pain arc he used it to save his ass, and again to save Chouji and ended up dying.

There's no progression there, it was the same last thing to use skill that only worked in situations to save himself or an ally from an inanimate object.
  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:37
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#21
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
Kakashi's Mangekyou?
Do people even realize how limited that is for him.

First it drains him dry of chakra.
Second it is slow as shit
And if Deidara can get away from it, why would Kakuzu struggle?
Here's the thing, there is this thing called progression. Characters in Naruto tend to get stronger as the series goes on. When they get stronger, they begin to do things that they weren't able to do before. Now here's the key, if they become 10x stronger than they were at a previous point in the series, why would you think it logical to use an example of their power from when they were 10x weaker and apply it to a battle in which the stronger version is placed, and use that as a credible weakness? Kakashi's mangekyou doesn't drain him nearly as fast as it used to. He can use Kamui repeatedly and his speed and aim has undeniable improved since its first appearance. Kakuzu will be sent to another dimension before he even releases a heart unless Kakashi wants to have fun and takes his time using Kamui to remove the elements he'd have the most issue with. If he so pleases, he may let Gai join in. And just wait till Kakuzu gets a load of that genjutsu.
spike7011 wrote:
They are so ignorant they think that Kakuzu is some academy student who can be defeated with one attack.
I think they're forgetting about his final form that he showed before Naruto came in as well. I would like to see Kakashi & Gai try to get to him while dodging all 4 hearts and whatever he had under his body.
I think you are forgetting that Kakashi is levels beyond Kakuzu at this point in the series. One does not simply use w.e technique you want against a fully charged Kakashi who's just anxious to send you into another dimension where you will starve to death.

I lol'd at Progression in the Series Naruto, outside of the characters Naruto and Sasuke.

A. Kakashi's Mangekyou was "hinted" in the first series against Itachi and Kisame. Why didn't he use it? He'd probably die first and Itachi could've easily escaped it, same with Kisame.

B. When it was first revealed he used it against Deidara and it took one of his arms while he was flying. Second time he made Deidara's bomb vanish and almost ran out of chakra.

C. Third time in the pain arc he used it to save his ass, and again to save Chouji and ended up dying.

There's no progression there, it was the same last thing to use skill that only worked in situations to save himself or an ally from an inanimate object.
-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:38
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#22
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
Here's the thing, there is this thing called progression. Characters in Naruto tend to get stronger as the series goes on. When they get stronger, they begin to do things that they weren't able to do before. Now here's the key, if they become 10x stronger than they were at a previous point in the series, why would you think it logical to use an example of their power from when they were 10x weaker and apply it to a battle in which the stronger version is placed, and use that as a credible weakness? Kakashi's mangekyou doesn't drain him nearly as fast as it used to. He can use Kamui repeatedly and his speed and aim has undeniable improved since its first appearance. Kakuzu will be sent to another dimension before he even releases a heart unless Kakashi wants to have fun and takes his time using Kamui to remove the elements he'd have the most issue with. If he so pleases, he may let Gai join in. And just wait till Kakuzu gets a load of that genjutsu.
I think you are forgetting that Kakashi is levels beyond Kakuzu at this point in the series. One does not simply use w.e technique you want against a fully charged Kakashi who's just anxious to send you into another dimension where you will starve to death.

I lol'd at Progression in the Series Naruto, outside of the characters Naruto and Sasuke.

A. Kakashi's Mangekyou was "hinted" in the first series against Itachi and Kisame. Why didn't he use it? He'd probably die first and Itachi could've easily escaped it, same with Kisame.

B. When it was first revealed he used it against Deidara and it took one of his arms while he was flying. Second time he made Deidara's bomb vanish and almost ran out of chakra.

C. Third time in the pain arc he used it to save his ass, and again to save Chouji and ended up dying.

There's no progression there, it was the same last thing to use skill that only worked in situations to save himself or an ally from an inanimate object.
-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.

Thanks for linking me a wiki made by Naruto fans, i'll use it in this topic the same way i use toilet paper.
  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:38
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_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
Here's the thing, there is this thing called progression. Characters in Naruto tend to get stronger as the series goes on. When they get stronger, they begin to do things that they weren't able to do before. Now here's the key, if they become 10x stronger than they were at a previous point in the series, why would you think it logical to use an example of their power from when they were 10x weaker and apply it to a battle in which the stronger version is placed, and use that as a credible weakness? Kakashi's mangekyou doesn't drain him nearly as fast as it used to. He can use Kamui repeatedly and his speed and aim has undeniable improved since its first appearance. Kakuzu will be sent to another dimension before he even releases a heart unless Kakashi wants to have fun and takes his time using Kamui to remove the elements he'd have the most issue with. If he so pleases, he may let Gai join in. And just wait till Kakuzu gets a load of that genjutsu.
I think you are forgetting that Kakashi is levels beyond Kakuzu at this point in the series. One does not simply use w.e technique you want against a fully charged Kakashi who's just anxious to send you into another dimension where you will starve to death.

I lol'd at Progression in the Series Naruto, outside of the characters Naruto and Sasuke.

A. Kakashi's Mangekyou was "hinted" in the first series against Itachi and Kisame. Why didn't he use it? He'd probably die first and Itachi could've easily escaped it, same with Kisame.

B. When it was first revealed he used it against Deidara and it took one of his arms while he was flying. Second time he made Deidara's bomb vanish and almost ran out of chakra.

C. Third time in the pain arc he used it to save his ass, and again to save Chouji and ended up dying.

There's no progression there, it was the same last thing to use skill that only worked in situations to save himself or an ally from an inanimate object.
-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.
Did you really just quote something from Wiki. Rofl.

Lol, also it says that he can teleport himself just like Tobi.
Since when?
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:40
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kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
I lol'd at Progression in the Series Naruto, outside of the characters Naruto and Sasuke.

A. Kakashi's Mangekyou was "hinted" in the first series against Itachi and Kisame. Why didn't he use it? He'd probably die first and Itachi could've easily escaped it, same with Kisame.

B. When it was first revealed he used it against Deidara and it took one of his arms while he was flying. Second time he made Deidara's bomb vanish and almost ran out of chakra.

C. Third time in the pain arc he used it to save his ass, and again to save Chouji and ended up dying.

There's no progression there, it was the same last thing to use skill that only worked in situations to save himself or an ally from an inanimate object.
-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.

Thanks for linking me a wiki made by Naruto fans, i'll use it in this topic the same way i use toilet paper.
It's all credible info taken straight from the Naruto manga. Denying this makes it clear that you do not read the manga series.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:40
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spike7011 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
I lol'd at Progression in the Series Naruto, outside of the characters Naruto and Sasuke.

A. Kakashi's Mangekyou was "hinted" in the first series against Itachi and Kisame. Why didn't he use it? He'd probably die first and Itachi could've easily escaped it, same with Kisame.

B. When it was first revealed he used it against Deidara and it took one of his arms while he was flying. Second time he made Deidara's bomb vanish and almost ran out of chakra.

C. Third time in the pain arc he used it to save his ass, and again to save Chouji and ended up dying.

There's no progression there, it was the same last thing to use skill that only worked in situations to save himself or an ally from an inanimate object.
-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.
Did you really just quote something from Wiki. Rofl.

Lol, also it says that he can teleport himself just like Tobi.
Since when?
Since he sent himself to the other world. You most definitely aren't caught up with the manga.

Edit: Dgaf bout the double post. And you guys are forreal gonna make me find screens since you aren't caught up enough to accept the credible info that is inputted on the Narutowiki page.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:41
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_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.

Thanks for linking me a wiki made by Naruto fans, i'll use it in this topic the same way i use toilet paper.
It's all credible info taken straight from the Naruto manga. Denying this makes it clear that you do not read the manga series.

Nope this is fan made posted shit that you can't even link references with and as Spike said "Kakashi teleporting himself"

That's straight out of the manga alright.
  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:42
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kisame9116 wrote:
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-facepalm- Clearly didn't understand the purpose of me bringing up progression. Allow me to enlighten you.

Straight from Wiki: Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.

Thanks for linking me a wiki made by Naruto fans, i'll use it in this topic the same way i use toilet paper.
It's all credible info taken straight from the Naruto manga. Denying this makes it clear that you do not read the manga series.
What does not reading Manga have to do with anything? I'm fully aware of his capabilities unlike you. He's known as the ninja of 1,000 jutsu's. Although all you can bring up is this "Kumai" as if he's fucking Madara. I dont know why you even compared him with Tobi through that. His Kumai & Tobi's are completely different, it's totally irrelevant how different they are.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:42
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#28
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.


Thanks for linking me a wiki made by Naruto fans, i'll use it in this topic the same way i use toilet paper.
It's all credible info taken straight from the Naruto manga. Denying this makes it clear that you do not read the manga series.

Nope this is fan made posted shit that you can't even link references with and as Spike said "Kakashi teleporting himself"

That's straight out of the manga alright.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:43
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#29
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.
It's all credible info taken straight from the Naruto manga. Denying this makes it clear that you do not read the manga series.

Nope this is fan made posted shit that you can't even link references with and as Spike said "Kakashi teleporting himself"

That's straight out of the manga alright.
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  Posted on October 6, 2013 23:45
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kisame9116 wrote:
_Venomous_ wrote:
kisame9116 wrote:
Even Obito, who mastered his variation of Kamui, openly acknowledged Kakashi's great skill with the technique.[92] While battling Obito, Kakashi attempted to use Kamui to behead the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path: an object of significant size and mass, failing only because of Obito's intervention.[93] His finesse allows him to safely warp chakra-based techniques, like the Rasengan, or even shadow clones without disrupting them, at such speed that Obito himself was fooled into believing Kakashi failed and dispelled the technique instead.[94][95] While originally demonstrating only long-range use, Kakashi is also able to use Kamui at a short-range. With this new proficiency, Kakashi is also able to teleport himself at will.[96]
Kamui's chakra requirements are considerably high, such that initially he had to be hospitalised for a week after using it three times in one day.[97][98] By his battle against Obito, his mastery of this technique improved further, able to use it at least five times, three of which in quick succession (along with multiple other chakra-taxing techniques) and still had enough strength left to act. Afterwards, though tired, he remarked that he retained enough chakra to use the technique a few more times, and only after the fourth use did he start experiencing the immediate side effects, which he soon recovered somewhat from.


Nope this is fan made posted shit that you can't even link references with and as Spike said "Kakashi teleporting himself"

That's straight out of the manga alright.
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I'm sorry you dont' know what the definition of Wiki is
Rofl. They don't even allow us to use Wiki for quotes in school. Any1 can edit that shit. So you're so called "facts" are merely opinions from Naruto fans.
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