FANDOM


  • Im just trying to find a concrete answer as to what absorbing the Shinju entails? As when you are TTJ, you have should already have the Shinju inside you

      Loading editor
    • Well, from what is shown, the Shinju is made of chakra too, or made out of chakra, as Momoshinki explained. So I guess absorbing the tree will lead Madara to gain more chakra and power, and evolve the Rinnesharingan and gain complete immortalitu.

      The tree also seemed to be the part Kaguya was inside, since she talked to Madara in it or something.

        Loading editor
    • So absorbing the God Tree would just further enhance him with more overall chakra? because besides completely healing him from the damage done to him by Guy and Naruto's Lava-enhanced rasenshuriken, there wasn't much evidence that absorbing the God Tree gave him a substantial power-up from what he already had shown

        Loading editor
    • It seems that it completed his body to the lengths of immortality, equal to only Kaguya, as we see the guy who barely survived two almost situations, easily handle his body being sliced intp half.

      Guess it was also the last piece to put for Kaguya to appear. It seemed she had her conscious and probably the key to her Rinnegen at there

      Talking about that time, I'm still not impressed over Naruto letting Madara get powered up like that within that situation, instead of just ending him while he's injured and weaker, guess he badly wanted to team up with Sasuke to let it all go like that.

        Loading editor
    • The God Tree is a mass of Nature Energy. Prolly amps the strength of his Sage, which im turn amps everything else

        Loading editor
    • Idk, i think this whole Kaguya nonsense is such a cop out, this should've been a story of Madara gaining the power of the SO6P to change the world.

      the Myth of the sage was so much better when he was a complete enigma.

      there shouldn't have been Kaguya or Hamura even.

        Loading editor
    • A FANDOM user
        Loading editor
Give Kudos to this message
You've given this message Kudos!
See who gave Kudos to this message
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.