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Boredfan1

aka The Second Hokage of the NFC Wiki

Daimyō Kage
  • I live in California
  • I was born on November 23
  • I am Male
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    The Uzumkai clan is one of the most overlooked clans in the Narutoverse, mainly because like the Senju, they don't really make an appearance in the show and are not important with the exception of of course Naruto, Kushina, briefly Mito (Hashirama's wife) and Kirin as well as one unnamed old Uzumaki. What little we know about them is that they were once a very prominent clan who had their own village and are cousins of the Senju and as such, have very strong life force as well as an affinity for sealing ninjutsu. Their strong life force allows them to live longer than most people and can even briefly survive, walk around and even use ninjutsu after having a Tailed Beast extracted from them. And this, as explained in another blog is one of …

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    While rewatching the series due to sheer boredom, I have come around the part where Sasuke leaves the village to join Orochimaru and that got me thinking about the flaws of the immortality jutsu and the flaws in Orochimaru's method. This blog post however will not cover the flaws of the jutsu, nor all the mistakes of Orochimaru but rather one big one in particular, his choice of host. The reason is because well first, I haven't thought about the other stuff much but also because this is one of the biggest flaws in Orochimaru's method of gaining immortality and deserves it's own blog post. But before we get into it, let me remind you of what the immortality does so you are not completely lost. This technique allows you to mentally attack so…

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    Naruto's Kekkei Genkai

    February 18, 2017 by Boredfan1

    Before you guys get your panties in a twist and yell at me that he doesn't have one, let me remind you that while none was given by name, there has been several indications that he does in fact have one however, what it does is unknown. With that out of the way, I shall explain.


    One of the very first things you learn about Naruto is that he has a rather unusual feature, whiskers which no Human in the Narutoverse has. This is derived from him being the son of the Jinchuriki before him, Kushina Uzumaki as the chakra of the Tailed Beast, Kurama was mixed in during Naruto's development in her womb. The only reason this was possible however is because his mother possessed a unique chakra that can to our knowledge, only be found within a select f…


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    Jinchuriki, even Pseudo Jinchuriki come with a lot of pros and cons to having them as a character, especially as you're main character, something I've learned all to well in the short time I had my Shukaku jinchuriki who has since been revamped. While the series does a good job of selling the idea and showing the good and bad of the situation, people tend to forget that regardless of whether you like it or not, you need to for the most part stick to them in fanon because then it gets out of hand which I created this blog, so that people have a better understanding of both the pros and cons when they decide to go for a Jinchuriki or Pseudo Jinchuriki. Don't misunderstand, this isn't meant to tell you what you can do with them, that's the jo…

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    Types of Role Plays

    December 1, 2015 by Boredfan1

    To start this blog off, I have to mention that it is meant as a temporary substitute for a formal/informal and complete guide to roleplaying that I am not yet qualified to write and only explains a portion of role playing that some people may not be familiar with such as the types of role plays that there are and there may be more types I do not know about or that just haven't been invented as of yet so don't consider this a complete understanding of the types but the basics to it.




    There are three main types of role plays; Fanon-Canon, Training and Events however, the second one may not be used outside of this wiki, I do not know, I don't role play elsewhere very often however, the other two is fairly common. There are other types that are …





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