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Thats not following GT -- its what you learn about genetics as genes are passed down through offspring.
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Keep in mind, this is the percentage of what genes they have -- i'm not sure if this translate well into the probability of what traits they will carry.
   
Hinata = 100% Hyuga
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Breaking down three generations
Naruto = 50% Uzumaki 50% Namikaze
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Kushina = 100% Uzumaki
Sasuke = 100% Uchiha
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Minato = 100% Namikaze
Sakura has no important genes
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Naruto = 50% Uzumaki 50% Namikaze ( We know he has traits from each -- blonde hair, blue eyes like his mother & her uzumaki buff of having a strong life force)
   
25% Hyuga, 25% Uchiha 12.5% Uzumaki & 12.5 Namikaze
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Sasuke's Parents are both 100% Uchiha since that clan does inbreeding and he isn't a mix of anything so
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Sasuke = 100% ((Perhaps he has a recessive trait since his mom never showed sharingan but this is percentage of parents not traits.)
   
The chances of having byakugan or sharingan are probably shit by then seeing as its gone through two generations of being halved -- nothing special would come from being uzumaki since its so little.
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Hinata is also 100% Hyuga because they inbred -- ALL Hyuga's have been shown to have white eyes. Byakugan can be unlocked through circumstances.
   
the kid would be an ordinary person probaaably a prodigy due to their parents background if raised well.
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If Naruto = 50% Uzumaki & 50% Namikaze -- his children will be half of each of those genes. Hinata would halve them 50% Hyuga
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Boruto = 25% Uzumaki 25% Namikaze and 50% Hyuga
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Sarada = 50% Uchiha 50% ???
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Sarato= 25% Uchiha 25% Hyuga 12.5% Uzumaki 12.5% Namikaze
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They will NOT inherit any special chakra and I doubt the nine-tails influence via whiskers goes this deep. Even worse byakugan and sharingan mixing might worsen their chance of unlocking either(( they'd have to mutate to have both at the same time)) Uzumaki's buffs are long worn out and namikaze has nothing special going for it.
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This has nothing to do with Dragon Ball -- somehow being a half-breed makes you stronger. This logic doesn't apply to the Narutoverse as we see traits die out over time like real traits do.

Latest revision as of 08:32, December 5, 2017

Keep in mind, this is the percentage of what genes they have -- i'm not sure if this translate well into the probability of what traits they will carry.

Breaking down three generations Kushina = 100% Uzumaki Minato = 100% Namikaze Naruto = 50% Uzumaki 50% Namikaze ( We know he has traits from each -- blonde hair, blue eyes like his mother & her uzumaki buff of having a strong life force)

Sasuke's Parents are both 100% Uchiha since that clan does inbreeding and he isn't a mix of anything so Sasuke = 100% ((Perhaps he has a recessive trait since his mom never showed sharingan but this is percentage of parents not traits.)

Hinata is also 100% Hyuga because they inbred -- ALL Hyuga's have been shown to have white eyes. Byakugan can be unlocked through circumstances.

If Naruto = 50% Uzumaki & 50% Namikaze -- his children will be half of each of those genes. Hinata would halve them 50% Hyuga

Boruto = 25% Uzumaki 25% Namikaze and 50% Hyuga

Sarada = 50% Uchiha 50% ???

Sarato= 25% Uchiha 25% Hyuga 12.5% Uzumaki 12.5% Namikaze

They will NOT inherit any special chakra and I doubt the nine-tails influence via whiskers goes this deep. Even worse byakugan and sharingan mixing might worsen their chance of unlocking either(( they'd have to mutate to have both at the same time)) Uzumaki's buffs are long worn out and namikaze has nothing special going for it.

This has nothing to do with Dragon Ball -- somehow being a half-breed makes you stronger. This logic doesn't apply to the Narutoverse as we see traits die out over time like real traits do.

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