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    Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    I re-watched the original series and saw how the plot goes in-depth on how the structure of a Shinobi society is built on, and how it reflects one's level of expertise.

    Genin < Chunin < Jonin < Hokage;

    Well, now that's cute. Naruto is stronger than Minato now. So he is past Hokage level. But he's a genin. Weakest level of ninja.

    If you want to stay logical, Ino is stronger than Naruto. Cause she's chunin right?

    The fact that all matters is that the tailed beast corrupts the ninja system. Jinkuuri's shouldn't be involved in ninja academy, rather build and learn from Jonin. That way, in time of war, they are born ready to take cautionary action.

    I'm definitely sure that most characters are OP. Kishimoto is un-impressed on how he makes his characters. He lets off one flaw, he has to make another character who can counter him.

    tl;dr: The Ninja system doesnt really matter in shippuden.
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    so what?
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    agreed naruto shippuden z makes tiens and yamcha out of most ninja
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    doesn't matter. you'll still read
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    stop reading
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    agreed
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    your point...
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    Point. How in the hell do you justify sending a jinchuuriki through the academy when they are clearly going to be one of the most volatile shinobi in the village. Konohamaru got a special tutor because of who his grandfather was. Narutos father was hokage and he's a jinchuuriki. He should have had special tutoring from the beginning.
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    What do you think him leaving the village with Jiraiya was all about? If Naruto would have stayed in Konoha those two years, he would have eventually become a chunin like everyone else. What about him jinchuriki training then? It could have been continued but that would have given the Akatuski more of a chance to attack the village by knowing that Naruto was always there.
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    Part 1 is boring, compared to part 2
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    I gave up when NINJAS went to open war -.- I mean I guessed the other wars were stealth oriented....

    The only Ninja in the story is Zetsu lol...and he's almost fodder level (white Zetsu).
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    I like Part II but it just isn't as absolutely amazing as Part I.

    I think a lots of kids on NB now got into Naruto while it was in Shippuden, not the beginning of Part I. I started reading when I saw my brother on the page where Zabuza slices up Gato's men with the kunai in his mouth. That's real vintage Naruto right there.
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jin Hayami View Post
    Point. How in the hell do you justify sending a jinchuuriki through the academy when they are clearly going to be one of the most volatile shinobi in the village. Konohamaru got a special tutor because of who his grandfather was. Narutos father was hokage and he's a jinchuuriki. He should have had special tutoring from the beginning.
    Wow have you not read the manga/seen the anime? Minato clearly stated that the reason why the Third did not tell him anything about Minato or Kushina for that fact is too protect Naruto from Minato's enemies (whoever they were) so if he did receive 'special' tutoring then it would seem kind of suspicious don't you think? Plus all potential shinobi HAVE to go through the academy, even Konohamaru went through the academy...so I don't see the point your trying to make. Plus you cannot compare Konohamaru situation to Naruto's, I mean we have no idea what sort of arrangement was made for Konohamaru's training and who set it up.

    I also think the Third basically left Naruto to make his own decision on whether to become a shinobi or not, if Naruto had chosen not to become a shinobi then at least it would have been his own choice. Plus the original idea was for Naruto not to find out about that fact Kurama was sealed within him, well until he was older any way. I think it's obvious he was going to find out at some point but the Third wanted to wait till he was older and more mature.

    I don't think the Third ever thought of the jinchuuriki as a 'weapon' as A has stated they are, this is what set him apart from other Kage, his ideology among his ninja abilities. If he did then we might have seen a different approach, like the one you have stated.
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    Agreed but I still love Naruto even though its different now than when I got into it.
     
         

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    Re: Manga is lacking the importance of 'ninja'.

    This happens in real life. Even if I am better than my boss, he has the title/recognition of being the boss. There are rules to be followed, and to be professionals, you have to abide with these rules. In life, skills matter a little/does not matter at all if you have no diploma, didn't pass the interview, or anything. Deal with it. You cannot measure everything by power.
     
         

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