Re: omfg, i was lost and now im found
So DarkMarke, reading the other threads helped alot actually. Lets clear it out. This is when Tobi and Sasuke met. Sasuke's left sharingan eye is forcefully turned into MS and sends of Amaterasu, this MS is Itachi's and not Sasuke's as everyone able to achieve it has their own unique visual MS. Either way, it's the left eye.
Naruto 397 page 02 | One Manga
Naruto 397 page 03 | One Manga
Naruto 414 page 17 | One Manga Later when we see Sasuke fighting the 8th tailed beast we see this him using Amaterasu with his left eye again. This time with his own sharingan.
Naruto 415 page 07 | One Manga Here we see Karin caught in the middle of the Amaterasu, what Sasuke does to dowse the unquenchable black fire is activating his other eye, his genjutsu eye. By now I think I can safely say that Sasuke has opposit affinity to Itachi. I'm going to quote from another thread to lead you on why he used his genjutsu eye to dowse his ninjutsu technique
That surely means Tobi dowsed the flames the same way. So far we don't know if he actually has his left eye still intact, he's never shown it but he has his right. Should it prove that he has what I believe to be normal affinity then that's the eye he used aswell.
Originally Posted by hwahl
Does what Zetzu said really matter? What Zetzu really knows about MS has to do with Itachi. Perhaps having affinity for the MS techniques is like being right or left-handed. Perhaps Itachi was the exception that proves the rule. I don't think I will be able to prove one way or the other, neither does it matter because this has to do with MS and not the normal sharingan. There's nothing I can find that supports the theory that they work the same way. So that means the argument that I used was wrong, I acknowledge that..
..and DarkMarke, there's nothing in the manga that suggests hanzou had the 'body flickering' ability.. his greatest power seems to be underwater-combat