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  • Naruto had half of the Nine-tails and he was is able to do a tailed beast transformation, I believe it would not be impossible to incorporate another tailed beast into this transformation. He is able to freely able to use other attributes of the tailed beast like kekkai Genkai ( Ex: Magnet release rasenshuriken/ Lava release rasenshuriken)? Though he only has a sliver of the tailed beast chakra there is clear evidence stating this may become a reality, though Kurama is renowned for having an expectational amount of chakra and being able to take on five other tailed beasts. Naruto uses the shadow clone technique on a large scale and one of the main 'side-effects' Let's say for the shadow clone jutsu, is the even distribution of chakra. Naruto does this on a great scale with no drawbacks making the nine tails chakra seem nearly limitless. What I am saying is that if Naruto truly wanted he could most likely do a tailed beast transformation of another tailed beast via the shadow clone technique, and I am not limiting this to the shadow clone technique in the slightest. But I do not want to introduce the idea of an odd tailed beast chimera, I am saying this because there may be a chance this happens... It seems like a completely plausible idea, but I do not want to miss any important factors (Also if i got any of these things wrong people correct me.)

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    • Naruto doesn't have enough chakra of the other Bijuus to use Bijuu Mode for each one. If he uses one shadow clone then he would only half of the sliver of chakra of the other Bijuus. The most amount of Kurama avatars that Naruto made is between 4-6,IIRC. But, cool theory though

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    • Naruto made a thousand clones (EARLY in the series with no training) without Kurama's chakra, WHILE still suppressing Kurama (no telling how much chakra that takes but has to be a lot to hold Kurama down), while having his clones do other tax heavy jutsus!! Add Kurama WITH his chakra then there's no telling what he could do, he's liable to make the impossible POSSIBLE!! Especially since the other tailed beasts gave him a fraction of their chakra, maybe...

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    • UltimaDude wrote: Naruto doesn't have enough chakra of the other Bijuus to use Bijuu Mode for each one. If he uses one shadow clone then he would only half of the sliver of chakra of the other Bijuus. The most amount of Kurama avatars that Naruto made is between 4-6,IIRC. But, cool theory though

      I disagree. the gold and silver brothers were able to do tailed beast transformations after simply eating kurama's flesh. Naruto being a transmigrant means he should also be able to transform into them. not to mention its stated that only a sliver of tailed beast chakra is enough to manifest the jubi so Naruto shouldn't need anymore

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    • Actionmanrandell wrote: I disagree. the gold and silver brothers were able to do tailed beast transformations after simply eating kurama's flesh. Naruto being a transmigrant means he should also be able to transform into them. not to mention its stated that only a sliver of tailed beast chakra is enough to manifest the jubi so Naruto shouldn't need anymore

      The Kinkaku (and by proxy, Ginkaku) is shown to only transform into a V2 state, which is not the full Tailed Beast Mode. Not to mention we don't know how much chakra of the other Tailed Beasts Naruto has in comparison to how much of Kurama's chakra the Gold and Silver Brothers had. Naruto being a transmigrant has nothing to do with Tailed Beast chakra. A sliver of Kurama's and Gyuki's chakra were only needed to revive the Juubi because the Gedo statue had the other 7 Tailed Beasts. This doesn't prove that Narutk can transform into the Tailed Beast Mode of the other 8 Tailed Beasts from tbe chakra he received from them

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