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Racheal 2004-09-19 03:13

Third aka Sarutobi...
 
In one scene with the First and Second during the Orochimaru-Sarutobi fight, The First told Sarutobi that from tomorrow on, he would be the new Hokage. Thing is, Sarutobi was only slightly older then Naruto himself.

I see a very long arc in what killed the 1st and 2nd Hokages after Itachi.

CyberPunk 2004-09-19 03:21

sarutobi was said to be the strongest ninja ever, that's why he was hokage. it just so happened his greatness got him there at a young age.
i think an arc dedicated to the previous hokages would be a waste of time, really. it'd be filler, but probably better than the crap the anime is showing right now. unless it pertained to naruto somehow, i don't see it happening.

Kidd 2004-09-19 03:41

The only thing I'm wondering is why the Second refers to Sarutobi as "kisama", that's an insult o_Ox and he uses it all "from tomorrow on you are the hokage, you're a great person (you bastard?)" o_Ox

Hanabi 2004-09-19 06:47

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Originally Posted by Kidd
The only thing I'm wondering is why the Second refers to Sarutobi as "kisama", that's an insult o_Ox and he uses it all "from tomorrow on you are the hokage, you're a great person (you bastard?)" o_Ox

You have to remember that in pretty much any language, you can be insulting and still carry a air of caring for that person.

Just like in English, you could say to your nephew, "Hey runt, congrats on passing your exam."

:)

UserName 2004-09-19 13:56

Well wasn't it said that early on there were a lot of wars? I would think a simple explanation would be enough who knows the 1st and 2nd may have left the village to fight or something. Such as when the 4th left to seal Kyuubi but ended up dying even though he knew it would.

So an arc probably won't be necessary.

swerv 2004-09-19 18:50

does that literally mean bastard?

Maybe his parents weren't married.

Hanabi 2004-09-19 20:18

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Originally Posted by swerv
does that literally mean bastard?

Maybe his parents weren't married.

Nah. "Teme" and "Kisama" are basically really rude ways of saying "you". So yeah, it is equal to saying "bastard", but not it's dictionary meaning. :)

SaberDicer 2004-09-19 23:14

I just think it meant the tradition of defend konoha would be passed down to his generation, not him specifically, anyhow it was just a filler scene so who knows


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