Re: hashirama>tsukuyomi? Sasuke>tsukuyomi?
This. From the little info we have on hashirama's abilities he belongs in the same category as dsm kabuto.
Originally Posted by Exaar
People who have gained techniques/abilities which either limits or blocks the sharinga's abilities with genjutsu whilst being able to still fight at 100%. Hashirama, due to his mokuton can form mokuton bunshin's, but also mokuton allows the user to fight from all ranges without being handicap. Its his scroll that contained the kage bunshin that naruto stole, that states that he is a kage bunshin user. He has Kokuangyo which completely blocks the sharingan and what they can see is pitch black.
Its these abilities that allowed him to evade genjutsu more so than anything.
However if he gets hit by genjutsu, in this case tsukuyomi he'd fill the same effects as others, but note that tsukyomi's effectiveness is based on what itachi shows his opponents and how long he decides to keep them in this illusion.
People here it seems when they here of legendary opponents, they forget that they are human and are just as much suspect to attacks as other's. Cannonically speaking, hashirama has died. He got his soul ripped out of him with the shiki fujin and got his leg blown off by mere explosive tags. We later saw in the fight against madara that if you can cut him, he bleeds.
Strong, very strong but still human.
There is however a theory on my mind. The sharingan allows the user some 'defence' against tsukuyomi. Both the senju/uchiha are descendants of the sage. Its very possible sharing 1 ancestor and gaining the trait of the 'body' might possibly act like the sharingan to a senju which might offer some form of defence.
Obviously a theory otherwise, yes