Shouldn't include the body flicker technique, because now Naruto can use it, and many other characters have been able to use it. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Phoenix827 (talk • contribs) 00:00, 13 December 2011 (UTC)
It seems like there should really be a spoiler warning at the top or in some other prominent place, especially if there is going to be content in the article that has not been revealed in the anime yet. There is a pretty high demographic of Naruto fans that watch the anime but either don't read the manga or are not all the way caught up with it, and having stuff in here like Naruto's father is the fourth Hokage is a pretty big spoiler (and does not add much to the Rasengan section imo). Plus, probably a lot of the people that will be reading this page are relatively new fans trying to learn more about jutsus, which makes even a better case for either a spoiler warning or excluding some of these important plot elements from much later in the story. Since I am not that familiar with editing or the formatting that such a message would need, I didn't add this myself, but considering it would be helpful to readers and easy to do, I think it should be seriously considered.
WP:Spoiler. As for the part about Naruto's father, that's mentioned to indicate the string of connections between Rasengan users. ~SnapperTo 17:25, 23 June 2009 (UTC)
I don't really care whether or not the part about Naruto's father stays; I don't think it really belongs in this section, but that wasn't my point. My point was that if plot elements are going to be revealed that appear in the manga but have not yet appeared in the anime, I think there should be a warning somewhere. I think that a lot of the "mainstream" Naruto fans either only watch the anime, and people like that could be reading this article and having things spoiled for them. Unless anyone strongly opposes, I think I'm going to add a brief warning. Jeff.Powelson (talk) 02:01, 4 July 2009 (UTC)
Anyone else think that Gaara has had something to do with this? He's got the eyes, and mostly stands stock-still all battle long.... Kahlzun (talk) 12:32, 22 April 2010 (UTC)
A little disagreement on the reason Obito got his Mangekyo Sharingan
I read in the text that it said that if an Uchiha sees one of their loved ones die, an Uchiha could develop Mangekyō sharingan. Obito’s example was used as a proof. I do not recall anywhere in the storyline a place where it is says that a Mangekyō sharingan can be obtained other than actively killing your closest friends yourself. I thought (and still think) that Obito’s exception took place because Obito and Kakashi shared eyes from the same eye set, and for this reason the consequences of whatever action either of them does would apply for both. Since Kakashi killed Rin, and got the Mangekyō in his eye, Obito’s eye also followed the same manner since it is its twin.