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    Every jutsu has its weakness
     

    SM Naruto and his Tajuu Kagebun Shino Jutsu with Massive Rasengan Barrage

    Ok, first of all, we saw this when Naruto was fighting with Kurama for his 9 Tails chakra. Now it begs a question.

    Since shadow clones divide Naruto's chakra equally among his clones, how does that make his Massive Rasengan any stronger?

    To me, 1000 massive rasengan is the same damage compared to 1 naruto massive rasengan with no shadow clones (if u follow strictly with the idea shadown clones divide chakra equally among the rest).
     
         

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    Re: SM Naruto and his Tajuu Kagebun Shino Jutsu with Massive Rasengan Barrage

    So you're saying if you're a Giant and a bunch of Narutos hit you with Giant Rasengans it'll hurt as much as just one Naruto hitting you with Giant Rasengan?
     
         

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    Re: SM Naruto and his Tajuu Kagebun Shino Jutsu with Massive Rasengan Barrage

    the power of the rasengan is limited to the amount of skill you have to have on chakra modulation and control to amass the amount of chakra and keep it under control... Naruto can pull endless rasengans, but he can't make a massive super giant one because he doesn't have the skill to control one that big.
    On the other hand by dividing himself into 1000 he can handle his own limit rasengan on each multiplying his attack by a factor of 1000.
    This allows him to boost his rasengan exploit with the draw back that it will only work on massive targets.
     
         

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