I'm surprised that the Uchiha was inferior to the Senju clan. Makes me wonder even more as to what their "kekkei genkai" may have been. Tobirama wounding and "killing" Izuna earned my respect. He's not that much of a weakling I guess, assuming Izuna had MS as stated by Obito
Another reason can be that Madara doesnt want to revive Izuna, just yet. Wouldnt it make more sense to revive Izuna, and all his brothers, into his utopian world rather then the world as of now ?
At this rate the Data-book is just rubbish and Kishi is re-writing everything we know anyhow he wishes to.
Flying thunder god slash? Is that time space jutsu or lighting enhanced jutsu?
- Tobirama was responsible for Izuna's death
- I likee hoe the Uchiha began surrendering one by one. It makes the whole story of why Madara had no choice to accept the peace offer in order to hold onto his position.
- Madara did fight Hashirama with EMS but lost well I guess 2 times.
Also We haven't seen Madara use Amaterasu, Ever! I'm not really sure what that implies.
Lastly, I'd like someone to chime in on my previous excerpt from the databook on Izuna. Was Madara in fact going blind when he received Izuna's eyes or not, did Izuna in fact die in battle, or not? At this point I am almost ready to just dismiss everything from the databooks as plain hype, unless re-affirmed in the Manga.
I am not sure if it has any significance, but Madara, or any other Uchiha, didn't wear any armor during their battles. But if I remember correctly, Madara's statue at VOTE, and any other image referencing Madara after Konoha was built, has Madara wearing a Senju type armor. Should that mean Madara started to trust the Senju clan, adopting some of their ways, and that it was another incident that compelled Madara to break off from Konoha, and return back to his feelings of animosity.
Paul, the data book is still almost on point.
The "eventually dies in battle" is the only thing that makes it a bit confusing.
Like what I've said before (and someone else too), dying after receiving some mortal wounds can be called dying in battle since Kishi set them in a period of war.
I guess it would be more clear had the words been written differently.
Arbitrary, I am not as generous as you I guess :).
" His Older Brother who is the leader of the Uchiha loses his sight eyesight....Izuna who gives his eyes to his older brother, Eventually dies in battle"
That is quite a stretch.