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(Why does this always seem to happen, Snapper2?)
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:How does developing the strategy mean he can use the ''Reverse Summoning'' Technique? If he were to use it, it would be the ''Summoning'' Technique. ''Reverse Summoning'' is done by species to summon humans.
 
:How does developing the strategy mean he can use the ''Reverse Summoning'' Technique? If he were to use it, it would be the ''Summoning'' Technique. ''Reverse Summoning'' is done by species to summon humans.
 
:I also refute your hypothesis. These things happen ''not'' because you are the only one to use the manga, but because you find evidence for a conclusion and not a conclusion from the evidence. If Fukasaku does something for Naruto, Naruto must be able to do the same thing. If Madara lies about one thing, he must lie about other things. If Naruto is not seen using clones for RasenXYZ, he must not need them. I sometimes wonder if you are trying to solve disputes you are having elsewhere with your edits. '''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 07:17, October 22, 2010 (UTC)
 
:I also refute your hypothesis. These things happen ''not'' because you are the only one to use the manga, but because you find evidence for a conclusion and not a conclusion from the evidence. If Fukasaku does something for Naruto, Naruto must be able to do the same thing. If Madara lies about one thing, he must lie about other things. If Naruto is not seen using clones for RasenXYZ, he must not need them. I sometimes wonder if you are trying to solve disputes you are having elsewhere with your edits. '''''~[[User:Snapper2|Snapper]][[User talk:Snapper2|T]][[Special:Contributions/Snapper2|o]]''''' 07:17, October 22, 2010 (UTC)
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::Like he said. Most, if not all of the times I see him or anyone else undoing your edits, I agree with the reverting. You have flawed logic. You go from A to C without ever going through B. [[User:Omnibender|Omnibender]] - [[User talk:Omnibender|Talk]] - [[Special:Contributions/Omnibender|Contributions]] 01:36, October 23, 2010 (UTC)

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It seems to me that they can use this technique on others, but isn't this technique used by all summons to return home? 74.236.92.133 (talk) 20:49, 17 April 2009 (UTC)

Shima?

Ok, do we add Shima to his technique, the normal Summoning Technique or to both? She summoned Naruto, Fukasaku, Gamabunta, Gamahiro, Gamaken and Gamakichi to Konoha. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 19:28, April 1, 2010 (UTC)

Why does this always seem to happen, Snapper2?

Its because I'm actually using the manga to base this stuff on. Naruto developed his strategy. Fukasaku said he'd do it when Pain got close, implying that Naruto can do it too. And why shouldn't he be able to? He had to create this strategy to deal with the fact he can't use the Amphibian Technique. Naruto should be able to do it, given how much it was implied in the manga.--SuperSaiyaMan (talk) 06:38, October 22, 2010 (UTC)

How does developing the strategy mean he can use the Reverse Summoning Technique? If he were to use it, it would be the Summoning Technique. Reverse Summoning is done by species to summon humans.
I also refute your hypothesis. These things happen not because you are the only one to use the manga, but because you find evidence for a conclusion and not a conclusion from the evidence. If Fukasaku does something for Naruto, Naruto must be able to do the same thing. If Madara lies about one thing, he must lie about other things. If Naruto is not seen using clones for RasenXYZ, he must not need them. I sometimes wonder if you are trying to solve disputes you are having elsewhere with your edits. ~SnapperTo 07:17, October 22, 2010 (UTC)
Like he said. Most, if not all of the times I see him or anyone else undoing your edits, I agree with the reverting. You have flawed logic. You go from A to C without ever going through B. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 01:36, October 23, 2010 (UTC)
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