A Theory About Jiraiya Has Surfaced And It Totally Makes Sense

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Hey everyone! Today, I want to talk about a theory from Naruto, which I think will interest a lot of you guys. But, before I begin, let me just say that this is just a theory. There is no evidence that says it is the absolute truth. If you don’t like reading theories, I suggest you don’t continue. If you do like them, then let’s get started.

Jiraiya was one of the Legendary Sannin, along with Orochimaru, and Tsunade Senju. He was definitely one of the most influential characters in the series, and he was definitely one of the most important ninjas. To Konohagakure. Jiraiya often used to roam the world. He collected what little information it was that he could, to ensure Konohagakure remains safe. He was the one who spied on the Akatsuki, and collected information about them before the timeskip.

He was also the one who collected information on Orochimaru, and knew all about his hideouts. His information gathering was actually top-notch, and I don’t think he gets enough credit for that. He also found out who Akatsuki’s leader was. He even pinpointed his location to Amegakure, and ended up going there alone.

Of course, this led to Jiraiya’s death, but his Intuition was spot on. Or was it? Did he really just hear these things out of nowhere? According to this theory, no. That’s not the case. Jiraiya had a source of information. Someone who kept tabs on both the Akatsuki, and Orochimaru as well. I know a lot of you people probably already know who the theory refers to. The person would be Kabuto Yakushi.

Kabuto has probably been one of the best spies in the history of Naruto. We all know that. According to this theory, Kabuto was actually a spy for Jiraiya as well. Jiraiya somehow knew that Orochimaru was about to swap bodies back when Sasuke left. Kabuto was the only one aside from Orochimaru who knew of this. That’s not all. This would also explain how Jiraiya knows about the Akatsuki.

As we know, Kabuto was a spy for Sasori as well. Sasori probably knew all the secrets about Pain, and his location as well, and might’ve provided this little information to Kabuto, thinking he was his loyal man all along. This information would in turn be provided to Jiraiya, and that’s how he kept tabs on the Akatsuki. Of course, as I said before, this is just a Fantheory. Nothing else. You can believe it if you want to, or choose to ignore it as well. Either way, I think the theory is very interesting, and that’s what really matters.

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An Extinct Kekkei Genkai Just Appeared In Boruto

Hey everyone! Today, I want to talk about Boruto Episode 43, and something interesting that happened in the episode. If you haven’t watched the episode already, I suggest that you do so because I will be spoiling you. If you are okay with that, or you have already watched the episode, then let’s get started.

A new arc concerning the Byakuya gang began last week on Boruto. It seems like the arc is going to take a couple of episodes to wrap up. Unlike the previous arc, this one is going to take a lot more than just 2 episodes. The Byakuya gang are basically Robin Hood and gang. They like to steal from the rich, and give it to the poor, sort of.

They made their appearance in this episode of Boruto, and it is safe to say that some of them are extremely talented. We saw an Ice Release user in this episode of Boruto, which is really a big deal. Ice Release is a Kekkei Genkai that not many Shinobi are capable of using. Back in Naruto, we found out that this Jutsu was the Kekkei Genkai ability of the Yuki Clan from Kirigakure.

They were all annihilated due to their ability to control Ice. Haku was one of the last known users of this Kekkei Genkai, and after him, I don’t remember any other shinobi who was capable of using this. Momoshiki Otsutsuki was capable of using it as well, but he’s a Godly figure, so he can do things others can’t.

To see this Jutsu come back after such a long period of time was certainly great. I wasn’t really expecting someone to have this Kekkei Genkai, but it was a nice little touch. The episode was okay, over all.

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