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Fallen Kage's?

Discussion in 'Konoha Library Archives' started by yondaime 88, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. yondaime 88 Shodaime

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    I was just re-looking at the akatsuki costume and I am sorry if this has been stated before but the akatsuki hat looks strangely like the kage ones. Just that it is shredded on the cloth part.

    Is this intentional to show maybe the power of akatsuki members or maybe foreshadowing of a kage implication organization?

    Im not supporting yondy=AL or anything like that, just that the similarity does leave me somewhat thinking..
     
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  2. WordsOfGod New Member

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    It's a hat commonly wore in Feudal Japan. Some still do today. So if you really are that stupid, go to Japan, you will see a lot of new Akatsuki members and holographic Kage's.
     
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  3. yondaime 88 Shodaime

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    they could wear dildo straps for all I care. Thing is, kage's wear something that other villagers dont wear and that seems exclusive to them in the MANGA. Akatsuki members seem to wear a sort of copy of this kage symbol.

    Bringing reality into this useless, and im sorry i am not familiar with japanese customs. After reading naruto i obviously should be...
     
  4. Jinchuriki-san Jinchuuriki

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    Dude, dont act you know everything. You didnt even give an answer that was revelant to the OP's question. :huh
     
  5. WordsOfGod New Member

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    I don't act like I know everything. And my answer was relevant. He said that since their clothes are similar, then that would mean there would be some symbolism for power. And I stated it was commonly worn, so that probably isn't the case.

    The connection is there, so I suggest you have a better respone next time, before I start thinking it's not me who knows everything, but you who knows nothing.
     
  6. yondaime 88 Shodaime

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    "And I stated it was commonly worn"

    right i forgot naruto was taking place in real japan. forgive us our ignorance
     
  7. WordsOfGod New Member

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    It's in a traditional Japanese background. Everything about it is Japanese, and the FUCKING WRITER is Japanese.

    You don't see any ghetto hoes walking around going, "YOYOYOYO IMA BUST MA RASENGAN UP YO HOE ASS SHIZZLE ME NIZZLE DAWWWG GGGG!"

    If the people, villages, food, and language (and many other things) were the same, why wouldn't their clothes be the same.
     
  8. OROCHIMARU~SAMA HEBIKAGE

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    Oh, it's a 'jingasa' or 'sugegasa' aka conical straw/ coolie hat.
     
  9. yondaime 88 Shodaime

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    once again, im just saying that in the MANGA, only hokages are seen wearing it. You cant deny your first post had a hint of arrogance about it. Ill say it again, im not familiar with japanese customs and therefore did not know.
     
  10. WordsOfGod New Member

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    Then it would have been better to say so in the first place, instead of matching ones arrogance with your owns.

    But I see this as my mistake and I apologize.
     
  11. yondaime 88 Shodaime

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    well i apologize as well, i didnt mean to come off as arrogant. ( i was admitting my ignorance)^^
     
  12. Fuzzly Might know Judo

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    Hey everybody, meet WordsOfGod, he is the newest troll here at Narutofanforums. Enjoy.
     
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