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Can Minato....

Discussion in 'Naruto Battledome' started by Shazam, Sep 15, 2018.

  1. Shazam ⚡⚡⚡

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    Be interrupted mid FTG?
     
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  2. Ultrafragor Well-Known Member

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    I imagine the jutsu acts on such a short timeframe after he initiates it that even he can't stop it.

    So, no.

    You can stop him from starting it, but once started he'll be at the destination before he himself realizes.
     
  3. Vrizu ~Team Uruka~Team Ruka~Team Ichika~

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    Yes, as long as the fighter is much faster than minato's mental reaction
     
  4. Djomla Student

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    Well if there is someone faster than INSTANT teleportation then sure. Cause there is no one then no. It's instant.

    You can stop him before and after FTG, not in the middle of it.
     
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    Not sure what you mean by mid FTG. If the technique is already triggered then there's no interrupting it. It's not Kamui that has a delay. It's instantaneous.

    If you meant the time between Minato's intent to activate it and it's actual execution, then yeah, it can and has been done. Sasuke guarding Naruto with Susano'o and Naruto grabbing Minato with his chakra arms both happened after Minato prepped to use FTG. Not what I consider being interrupted mid Hiraishin though, since it wasn't even used yet.
     
  6. Ishmael Memories never fade, you shall understand my pain.

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    Don't see anyone being fast enough to negate instant teleportation in the middle of its process.
     
  7. Shazam ⚡⚡⚡

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    Some seem to think FTG isn't instant. Thread was directed towards a debate with that notion in mind.
     
  8. JiraiyaFlash Satô no Kyoki

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    You can interrupt at start or anticipate at finish. You cant interrupt while he is on another dimension or wormhole (something like that)
     
  9. Android Keep it simple

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    If the teleportation is triggered, there's no way to interrupt it, it's instantaneous.
     
  10. Sage light Well-Known Member

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    It isn't movement, rather space time travel, hence there is no way to interrupt it, and it's instantaneous.

    Though, it's stated that Hiraishin has a set speed at which it teleports.

    Minato was praised for increasing the Hiraishin's speed.
     
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  11. AJBeckyBlissRollins Well-Known Member

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    What about another FTG user? Imagine Tobirama intercepting him it's a stretch but still.
     
  12. Android Keep it simple

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    Pretty sure the sword of Totsuka can interrupt it, wouldn't you agree ? :cat
     
  13. MShadows Deathbat Moderator

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    You can't interrupt something that's instant.

    You can only try to interrupt Minato just before he uses it.
     
  14. Ghost Of The Uchiha Well-Known Member

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    You can only do that before the teleportation starts.
     
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    You arent interrupting instantaneous movement...Thats impossible...

    The only shot at it would be interrupting Minato before he ever even activates the Jutsu period

    Once activated, Teleportation cant be stopped
     
  16. Ultrafragor Well-Known Member

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    It's not literally instant, is a process.

    The user exits Naruto's dimension and re-enters it at a mere location.

    The meaning of instant here is just an immeasurably small amount of time, not an uninterruptible event that defies reality.

    Because Minato leaves his dimension, there is an instant where he is not anywhere in Naruto's world and, therefore, could not be damaged by any attacks happening at the spot he left or at the spot where he is going to reappear. By simple reasoning, there is also a moment when he is entering and exiting the dimension. At these exact moments, FTG is in the process of occurring. If he is hit here, the hit will stick.

    The only thing that could prevent this is Kishi stipulating that Minato is intangible and invulnerable while entering and exiting the Hiraishin void.
     
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    Hiraishin itself is instant but it's activation is not, like any other jutsu, there is a delay from when it's activated to when it's actually executed.

    So you can't interrupt it once it's executed but someone fast enough could still hit Minato before he actually warps even if he already activated FTG.
     
  19. Sage light Well-Known Member

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    It's not 'instant' in the literal sense. The DB classifies it as high-speed movement, with a principle similar to Kuchiyose (not same) [ ].
     
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    Databook ling says the exact opposite of what you said.
     
  21. Sage light Well-Known Member

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    Can you see the words "high-speed movement"? Is that 'instant' for you?
     
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    "It's not comparable to the movement speed of Shunshin"
     
  23. Sage light Well-Known Member

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    When did I say high-speed movement is = Shunshin?
     
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    It can't be done by anyone in this series, but there's characters in fiction who can move faster then instantaneous teleportation
     
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    Not that I don't believe you, but without mentioning anything about omnipresent characters (because that's totally different), who is a character that is truly "faster" than instant-travel?
     
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    Well for starters; there are characters who are beyond the concepts of space, time & infinity. Speed would be considered irrelevant compared to them
     
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    Time travel is required. In other words Minato would've already moved into his warphole, but you could move back in time and kill him just before he teleported.

    Maybe Hagoromo. That's the only guy who's traveled through time and was noted as capable of creating life from nothing - he's quite the magician.

    If Hagoromo could do it I wager Kaguya could as well but she didn't show it, so who the hell knows.
     
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  28. DaVizWiz Well-Known Member

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    "Movement across space and time completed in a flash-like instant!"

    Transportation

    "Flying Thunder God Mutually Revolving Technique"

    and Space

    FTG is instant
     
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  29. Speedyamell Lions don't lose sleep over the opinion of sheep

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    Really? Refering to the last two sentences
     
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