Someone had asked about the fruit, earlier. The question was how or why the fruit which had developed every thousand years previously, with no harm to anyone, would now spell doom for mankind.
I think the answer is that a naturally developed fruit would not take chakra away from people. However, eternal Tuskuyomi would enslave and encapsulate people, keeping them alive, while using them as a resource to harvest their natural chakra. The God Tree under these conditions would use humanity as a food source for its new fruit, unlike a naturally developed fruit.
I have a question or point:
Why would Obito want to give all nine chakra beasts to Naruto, if he wasn't trying to recreate the Juubi inside him. If this was his purpose, then Obito is not finished yet, he still needs to infuse the part of the Geddou Mazou that Kakashi sent over, into Naruto. To me it would be unlikely and unusual for Obito to Gather all 9 beasts inside someone if he wasn't thinking of a Juubi.
No, I think Naruto is going to be Jinchuuriki of all 9 individual Bijuu. He will be able to use their chakra, but they will not become the Juubi. That's just my guess. Hagoromo does not want to end the Bijuu or concentrate their power into one being, and Naruto wants to fight for their individuality.
Originally Posted by Rlinfamous
This was what I was thinking, but that could be in conflict with what Hagoromo once told them.
He said they would one day be one will, not that they would just come together again. It could simply mean togetherness, but it could just as easily mean one entity as opposed to 9 separate ones. I'm not sure they all want to become one being and lose their individuality and their names, and personally, I can't see the relationship between Naruto and Kurama being forever halted like that by Kishimoto, so it could really go either way when it comes to Hagoromo's prophecy.
@ famous / Janafae,
The Bijuu are preciouas to Hagaromo and also to Naruto, so even if combined to become a Juubi, they will be given new names and new forms by Naruto when this is all over. This is what I suspect. If this were to happen, the Bijuus will be expecting it too (happily and willingly).
I think it means "become one" in the sense that they are together within Naruto. The SO6P has stated that he believes "true strength" to be cooperation, and this is the moment he told the Bijuu they would learn "what true strength is."
In short, the unprecedented power of the Bijuu together within one person, as opposed to the weak individual Bijuu (which were no match for Madara) or the Juubi (which they will bring down to reclaim their power, with Sasuke's help).
hmmm ...... am I the only one that finds the forehead slit that houses the sharinnegan eye on Kaguya's forehead kinda hot?
I don't know if anyone mentioned this, but I was reading some chapters back and noticed this:
The Hagoromo clan!
So during the time of war when Hashirama and Madra were young, there was three diffrent clans fighting. The Uchia, Senju and Hagoromo!
I also noticed the crest are different from the Hagoromo and Senju clan. In the picture of the last chapter the Hagoromo crest resembles half of the statue.
I wonder what type of clan this was and how or if they are connected to the Sage of six paths?
IIRC, their crest symbolizes the angel plume/wings and so does their name refer to (a wind clan, I guess ?). They were merely one of the many clans that battled at the time of the war-torn era and one of many that has fallen. Supposedly they were eradicated by the "peace loving" Senju, also they were seemingly on friendly terms with the Uchiha.
Originally Posted by MOTS
It's also worth mentioning that right after the Senju and Uchiha, the Sarutobi and Shimura were one the most famous clans. It's unknown when the Hyuga had joined and when the Uzumaki had an alliance with the leaf (probably after Mito marrying Hashi).
It's also worth mentioning that it seems that Nara, Akimichi and Yamanaka clans were aligned with the Sarutobi clan and had deep relations with them, which likely means that they joined the leaf together or right after the Sarutobis did.
"hmmm ...... am I the only one that finds the forehead slit that houses the sharinnegan eye on Kaguya's forehead kinda hot?"
Interestingly enough, The Princess Ootsuzuki's forehead "slit" is not exactly nouvelle or unique in Manga and Anime,
there's this version of Ashura:
And even Zomari in Bleach:
Can't really think of it as an exciting sight, myself (at least not on Zomari for sure). :)