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 Naruto Z episode 6-7, Yes I know what I said...
Posted: Mar 31 2007, 08:47 PM


Z is shorter and makes a point. Anyway Gaara has become soft and weak. Apart from that nothing seems to make much sense. As I wonder how those little spider things stayed around when they were hit with enough pressure to crush a human's arm...
Posted: Apr 1 2007, 06:51 AM


i'm kinda pissed at ep.6-7... i can't find it! i've seen the first 8 minutes from a preview while dling from limewire (didn't work in the end...) so, i just got up to when gaara get the lil' bugs coming though...

And to answer your question how the lil bugs survived it, i'll answer with the most N logic (N for Naruto) and say that the chakra bound around the bugs, kreeping them safe. it would take an incredible amount of chaka to do this, thus proving the he is a very powerful fighter, or at least that he has good chakra control.

Another explination, would be that he ate the sand, but never made them at the beginning. Maybe he kept the sand for a while, the dropped the big bomb, then threw the smaller bomb, and then, he made the small ones, and then threw them on the sand ball, etc...

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