Re: Do people think tobi is THAT strong?
Based on this post, your definition of strong seems to be "whoever can use the biggest, meanest, most overpowered jutsu to kill almost anybody in roughly 3 hits."
Originally Posted by Draw
To address the parts of your post that I bolded, those arguments are invalid for what you're trying to say. Saying that he's not strong without his intangibility is like saying Naruto isn't strong without the Kyuubi. Sasuke isn't strong without the Sharingan. In fact, the way things are, if Obito didn't have his intangibility powers, he'd probably be dead already, because Naruto has become unimaginably overpowered incredibly quickly. But, to address your point more rhetorically, where would Naruto stand without his Kyuubi?
That's right. He'd be dead. Like, really dead.
Saying that if he couldn't slip through someone (such as Neji, in your example) he would be easily beaten only backs up my previous point. If Naruto couldn't use Kyuubi chakra, who would have beaten him in the semi-finals of the Chunin Exams? Neji.
If Sasuke didn't have his Sharingan, who would have murdered him without a problem? Deidara. Not just him either...just about every one of Sasuke's enemies would probably kill him without his Sharingan.
Does this mean I disagree with "Tobi would be weak without his intangibility"? Not at all! I think he would be quickly pwned if he didn't have that power. It does, however, mean that I do not support your argument at all that he is "only strong because of his intangibility but that doesn't count so he's actually weak".
Just my thoughts.