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Old 2008-09-14, 00:03   Link #2021
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Old 2008-09-14, 13:34   Link #2023
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Old 2008-09-15, 10:42   Link #2025
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call me crazy if you want but i feel like watching this whole series from se1 (never watched it b4). are there any filler season similar to bleach ie bounto, 3rd div new captain seasons?
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call me crazy if you want but i feel like watching this whole series from se1 (never watched it b4). are there any filler season similar to bleach ie bounto, 3rd div new captain seasons?
Well, the last 80 or so episodes of the 220 episode series are all filler, or close to being filler. Part way through Season 6 (around episode 136) is when the major filler arcs start. Before Episode 136, there is only one filler arc (around 101-107) during the actual series. So, pretty much everything till episode 136 is manga content, and almost everything after (except for part of 220) is filler content.
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Well, the last 80 or so episodes of the 220 episode series are all filler, or close to being filler. Part way through Season 6 (around episode 136) is when the major filler arcs start. Before Episode 136, there is only one filler arc (around 101-107) during the actual series. So, pretty much everything till episode 136 is manga content, and almost everything after (except for part of 220) is filler content.
ty very much, that will cut down alot of eps for me. wat part of 220 isnt filler? is it within the ep or in the eps around 220.
wats the filler content of SE2?
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ty very much, that will cut down alot of eps for me. wat part of 220 isnt filler? is it within the ep or in the eps around 220.
wats the filler content of SE2?
Well, at the end of Part I, Naruto and Jiraiya leave Konoha on a training mission. This is the official end of the manga as well as anime. But, in the anime, all of the events leading up to Naruto's departure are filler, so part of 220 is filler (roughly half of it, I think) but the rest comes from the manga.

As to Series 2, Shippuden, we just had our first filler arc, lasting from episode 56-episode 72. Part of episode 56 is filler, but part of it is also manga canon material.
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To add to James, Leafninja's summary section has a great amount of summaries and details which part of which arc is filler or not.
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Well, at the end of Part I, Naruto and Jiraiya leave Konoha on a training mission. This is the official end of the manga as well as anime. But, in the anime, all of the events leading up to Naruto's departure are filler, so part of 220 is filler (roughly half of it, I think) but the rest comes from the manga.

As to Series 2, Shippuden, we just had our first filler arc, lasting from episode 56-episode 72. Part of episode 56 is filler, but part of it is also manga canon material.
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To add to James, Leafninja's summary section has a great amount of summaries and details which part of which arc is filler or not.
ty very much to the both of you. now im going to be rather occupied getting up to speed with the series. btw are any on the fillers really bad or is there enuff plot to pay attention to them?
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ty very much to the both of you. now im going to be rather occupied getting up to speed with the series. btw are any on the fillers really bad or is there enuff plot to pay attention to them?
None of the filler material is particularly good; in fact none of it is good. But, almost all of it was bearable. Specifically, despite some...inconsistencies with the main plot, the filler is still fairly fun if a bit mind numbing. If you can collect all the filler at once, then you can breeze through it quite easily, without needing to even pay close attention to anything you see (I found that if I left the fillers on in the background, I could occasionally watch them, all the while working on a paper or article for work).

Damn, that is not a good endorsement. Just skip through the episodes watching the first episodes of a filler arc, and then skipping through to watch the fights. You will be able to work through all 80 episodes in a day or so.

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None of the filler material is particularly good; in fact none of it is good. But, almost all of it was bearable. Specifically, despite some...inconsistencies with the main plot, the filler is still fairly fun if a bit mind numbing. If you can collect all the filler at once, then you can breeze through it quite easily, without needing to even pay close attention to anything you see (I found that if I left the fillers on in the background, I could occasionally watch them, all the while working on a paper or article for work).

Damn, that is not a good endorsement. Just skip through the episodes watching the first episodes of a filler arc, and then skipping through to watch the fights. You will be able to work through all 80 episodes in a day or so.
ty, i'll probably leave the fillers for a rainy day. atm the only access to se1 eps ive seen/watching are streaming vids. i'll most likely look at ep summaries to search for eps that i could bear to watch just like how i jumped over 90% of belach fillers (not including the amagai/monkeyface arc).
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ty, i'll probably leave the fillers for a rainy day. atm the only access to se1 eps ive seen/watching are streaming vids. i'll most likely look at ep summaries to search for eps that i could bear to watch just like how i jumped over 90% of belach fillers (not including the amagai/monkeyface arc).
Well, the only filler I actually enjoyed was episode 101.
If you get the opportunity, watch that one in its entirety. I thought it was actually pretty funny.
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how do u really join the akatsuki anyways, a test (sasori), interpersonal connection(itachi and tobi), recruitment base on the talent that they see fit (deidara), drop in application(oro???, kisame???, and others) , or online job site (its a joke ), or just find the ring and wear it like tobi did

so if one wishes to join akatsuki, then what other methods and ways can he/she take to become a member?
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how do u really join the akatsuki anyways, a test (sasori), interpersonal connection(itachi and tobi), recruitment base on the talent that they see fit (deidara), drop in application(oro???, kisame???, and others) , or online job site (its a joke ), or just find the ring and wear it like tobi did

so if one wishes to join akatsuki, then what other methods and ways can he/she take to become a member?
Well probably denounce your nation, make a slash over the symbol, be a bad ass hmm.. I think it really comes down to if you make a name for yourself, they will find you. Also, you have to buy a special decoder ring online so you can read their secret messages....
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^You forgot the furries. To be in Akatsuki, you must like the furries. Why else do you think they chase tailed-beasts...
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