Everything About Madara Uchiha. He was born during the war stage between Uchiha and their rival Senjus.
Among the five sons of Tajima Uchiha, Madara was the eldest. His three siblings died in the ongoing war.
Izuna and Madara were the only sons alive of Tajima. This was when Madara and Izuna became close, and they constantly fought against themselves to become better and stronger.
This made them and their Chakras strong enough to defeat the Senjus. He kept practicing as much as possible, making him a bit perfectionist. He would train all day and night to become the strongest.
If he were stuck with something, he would continue to practice until he could master it. The fights he fought on the battleground made him more confident. The victories made him proud of his talent.
They had no ideas about their identities and soon developed a friendly rivalry feeling among themselves.
They spent time throwing stones at the river and some other tricks like urination on the lake. Both desired a world with peace, where no children have to go to wars because they both know the pain of losing their brothers in the ongoing war.
After a certain period, their core duty was to kill each other. But the only hindrance was their bond of friendship. But they soon had to choose between their family and the same dream of peace they dreamt.
Madara chooses to end the friendship with Hashirama so he doesn’t have to fight him again. This strong resolve was enough to awaken Madara’s Mangekyo Sharingan.
Years later, Hashirama and Madara fought, but Madara could never defeat him even after he awakened Mangekyo Sharingan. This fight continued for decades until they became their clans’ heads.
With the Uchiha, Hashirama submitted a peace pact. However, Madara rejected it during the conflict, costing him Izuna. Izuna was killed by Hashirama’s brother named, Tobirama Senju. This led Madara to be full of despair and a bitter attitude towards the Senju clan, especially on Hashirama.
He started growing cold towards Hashirama as he still had his brother, and he lost his. Madara was soft and logical before Izuna’s death and believed in great causes. But after his passing, everything changed.
Izuna’s passing greatly influenced Madara’s growth. Before Izuna’s death, he still did not witness the Curse of Hatred of the Uchihas. Even though he said he abandoned the friendship with Hashirama, subconsciously, he did not.
He did all to protect the one and only surviving brother he had from the war. But after Izuna died, Madara lost his mind and even thought of embracing the Curse of Hatred.
Madara used Izuna’s eyes to gain the Ultimate Mangekyo Saringan . He then waged a final war against Hashirama. But in the end, Madara lost to Hashirama again, but instead of killing Madara, Hashirama offered to be killed to preserve peace and stop the war. This kind gesture of Hashirama made Madara soft, and they decided to end the war and ascend for peace.
Finally, Madara and his childhood friend, Hashirama came together to build a village where no kid will have to serve in the war and peace will always be preserved. They both named the village Konohagakure or The Hidden leaf village.
When Madara saw the town through the leaves and remembered Hashirama, they restored their old acquaintance. Madara dubbed the village Konohagakure.
However, Madara’s notion of peace differed from Hashirama’s since Hashirama saw peace as a result of collaboration with the other newly established settlements.
Madara attacked Iwagakure’s Mu and onoki to force them to bow to Konoha’s rule, demonstrating his desire for dominance so that the peace could never be lost.
Madara worried about the future of the Uchiha after Hashirama was chosen as Hokage, the head of Konoha, and thought that this was only the beginning of the Senju’s domination.
The Stone Tablet Zetsu changed belonged to the Uchiha and was carried with them when they were established in Konoha. Madara could comprehend enough of it through rigorous study to learn about the history of shinobi.
The never-ending cycle of broken peace, the inevitable conflict between Uchiha and Senju, and a way to unite the entire world. With this information, Madara concluded that Konoha was an unsuccessful experiment.
No one would listen to him when he sought to persuade his clan and even Hashirama to the same conclusion. Madara decided to leave the community, repeatedly attacking Konoha. He then came back to confront Hashirama while under the possession of the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox.
The news of Madara’s passing spread quickly, and his body was kept in plain sight to prevent anyone from discovering it and making money. However, Madara had a plan. He had set up an Izanagi to go off when he passed away, altering reality to bring him back to life in return for the vision in his right eye.
Black Zetsu had anticipated this, so he found Madara’s corpse and hid inside it, allowing it to fool Madara into believing he had created it subsequently.
He was restored, replaced his genuine body with a duplicate, and fled into hiding while carrying a particular prize from his battle with Hashirama: a mouthful of Hashirama’s flesh that he implanted into his injuries.
The Rinnegan was not awakened by the cells until many years later, at the end of Madara’s natural existence (restoring his right eye). He was able to summon the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path using the Rinnegan, and he used it to develop a Hashirama clone that was alive but mindless, from which he thought he had created the White Zetsu Army.
Madara had refined his peacemaking strategies over the years into what he dubbed the Eye of the Moon Plan. But as the years passed, Madara realized he wouldn’t have enough time to accomplish his goals.
Consequently, he covertly transferred his Rinnegan into a young Nagato, hoping that Nagato would one day use the eyes to revive Madara. However, if Nagato were to achieve this, Madara would require a representative to act on his behalf and direct Nagato toward this final objective.
As he waited, Madara connected to the Demonic Statue to maintain his life until help arrived. During this period, Madara kept a careful eye on Konoha as he looked for a replacement pawn for him.
Madara discovered a severely injured Obito during the Third Shinobi World War. Using Hashirama’s cells to heal the damaged areas of Obito’s body, Madara placed a Forbidden Individual Curse Tag in Obito’s heart as a fallback in case Obito ever turned against him. Up to that point, Madara started attempting to corrupt Obito.
To implant the Three-Tails inside Rin Nohara, the girl Obito loved, he had Kirigakure abduct her. Then, while Obito was there, he orchestrated events so that Rin would perish at the hands of his buddy Kakashi Hatake. Desperate, Obito offered Madara his assistance.
Obito was given a detailed explanation of Madara’s Eye of the Moon Plan, the history of the Sage of the Six Paths and the Ten-Tails, as well as a number of talents that might be useful in the future. He left Black Zetsu behind as a parting gesture.
To give Obito further direction to achieve this aim, he thought this to be a manifestation of his desire. As he died away, Madara gave Obito his name, Madara Uchiha, and severed his link to the Demonic Statue.
The childhood dynamics between Madara and Hashirama.
The constant conflict in Madara’s childhood was a mirror of the times he lived in; as a result, he became a perfectionist who would practice anything until he got it flawless. His victories on the battlefield gave him a great deal of self-assurance.
Every time one of these personality traits was questioned, Madara’s competitive nature would emerge as they were regularly by Hashirama. In this case, Madara didn’t mind Hashirama’s influence since he thought cooperating with one’s foes was the only way to live in the shinobi world. Madara is said to have been exposed to Hashirama, which may have prevented him from falling victim to the Uchiha’s Curse of Hatred.
Even though he claimed to have given up his relationship with Hashirama, Madara continued to hold onto it unconsciously while not being as victimized by it as Izuna was.
Madara was only concerned with keeping Izuna, his only surviving sibling, safe. Madara was fair and generous, prepared to make allowances for what he believed to be the greater good as long as he had Izuna.
Madara’s descent into darkness.
After Izuna’s passing, Madara transformed, resentful of the Senju, especially Hashirama, who still had a sibling. He chose to die in vengeance rather than make amends or forgive, embracing the Curse of Hatred of his tribe.
He was momentarily persuaded to put aside his sorrow and attempt to replace Izuna with the whole Konoha family. Still, he could never get over the idea that he was betraying Izuna’s memory.
He eventually came to this conclusion after being cut off from village politics and other Uchiha, which led him to sever all other ties completely.
When he was a Konoha shinobi, Madara acted in a way that he believed was beneficial for the community. The shinobi of Iwagakure only served a function as long as they professed undying devotion to Konoha, in contrast to Hashirama’s merciful tactics.
Madara loathed hearing Hashirama’s name during diplomatic negotiations since their approaches were so unlike. Madara concentrated on the Eye of the Moon Plan after leaving Konoha.
He established multiple backup plans to make sure that no one could ever break from his plans and utilized his power to persuade many individuals to accomplish his goals.
Despite this, Madara adhered to the “ends justify the means” tenet since she thought this plan would help the entire planet. Madara detested squandering his strength on unworthy causes or unchallenging opponents since he cherished and held so much power, and when he was compelled to, he expressed displeasure.
Above all else, Madara enjoyed fighting—the sights, the sounds, even the taste of his blood. He believed that being reborn had denied him the fullness of life. However, he was incredibly disciplined when it came to fighting, never letting his botched schemes or assaults get to him, never allowing overwhelming strength or numbers to scare him, and always prepared to go the extra mile to win.
Although he occasionally placed restrictions on himself, such as prohibiting himself from employing a certain approach more than once, he was prepared to “lower” himself with inappropriate methods or exaggerated displays to switch tactics and take advantage of advantages.
He did not pretend to be humble since he was well aware of his abilities. Instead, he was direct when asserting his superiority over rivals and mocking when they persisted in defying him.
On the other hand, if he was proven incorrect or someone made a valid argument against him, he would accept it and, if necessary, retract his earlier statements.
Additionally, even if an opponent of this caliber were about to pass away on their own, he would show them the utmost respect by taking the time and trying to kill them.
As a result, even though he knows it will result in their death, he feels humiliated if he thinks an opponent isn’t exerting all of their might against him.
He also held the Senju to a higher level of power because of his dealings with Hashirama, claiming that a weak Senju disgusts him more than a weak shinobi of any kind.
Hashirama is one of the exclusions Madara makes. Madara has conflicting sentiments of respect and hates towards Hashirama due to their years of rivalry.
Madara would cancel his plans if it meant having more time to spar with Hashirama, who he believed to be the only foe worthy of his attention.
Despite this, Madara is fairly accepting of acknowledging other formidable opponents besides Hashirama, as seen by his claim that Might Guy is the most skilled user of taijutsu he has ever encountered.
Despite his strength and intelligence, Madara occasionally acts rashly. He admitted that he anticipated having trouble managing Hashirama’s senjutsu chakra because he had no prior training.
Madara lost faith in humanity and thought that the cycle of conflict was inevitable in the final years of constructing the Eye of the Moon Plan. Additionally, he believed that neither people nor the world could ever change from their previous states.
He thought that the existing, meaningless world was too heavily based on the concept of winning and losing. He was so dedicated to his strategy because of this that he would call a battle off before it ever started. Instead, he was relishing or eliminating every threat—even those from his class—for its triumph.
However, Madara was merely acting on what he thought would be best for all of mankind, demonstrating that his time in Konoha had truly influenced his decisions. After Izuna’s passing, he wasn’t only acting out of pure hunger for blood.
The ultimate failure of his scheme devastated Madara to the core. However, it forced him to recognize his shortcomings, and once he was released from the Curse of Hatred, he accepted his errors and recognized the superiority of Hashirama’s peacemaking strategies.
Thus, right before his passing, he and Hashirama were able to make amends for their relationship. Despite his vicious and cunning personality, Madara, according to Hashirama, is still a nice man at his heart.
Madara was a man with a pale complexion and black hair that had a faint blue hue. His hair was chin-length and parted to frame the sides of his face when he was younger. He wore a blue long sleeve shirt and white jeans for casual wear.
Madara had grown his hair to a waist-length as an adult, with shoulder-long bangs outlining the sides of his face and mostly hiding his right eye.
He occasionally donned red armor that covered his chest, waist, shoulders, and thighs in the shape of multiple metal plates.
Madara lost all of his teeth as he grew older and had severe wear and emaciation, as well as thin, white hair. He was dressed simply in black, using his kama as a makeshift cane.
Madara’s body was given new life when resurrected, albeit this had the universal side effect of giving him grey sclerae and little cracks all over his body. Once he is properly resurrected, these vanish.
Madara takes on the appearance of a tsutsuki after becoming the Ten-Tails’ jinchriki, with white hair and a pale complexion. A chakra cloak that takes the form of tangible clothes surrounds him.
His left temple had a grayish protrusion that resembled a horn. He resembled the Sage of the Six Paths in terms of general look as they overlapped his forehead like a guardian with an upward curve on the right temple.
Madara gained more black magatama tattoos around his sleeve cuffs and the rim of his robe after absorbing the reconstituted Ten-Tails generated by Obito. After the Ten-Tails are removed from his body, he returns to his original look.
One of the greatest shinobi in history, Madara was regarded as the strongest Uchiha during his lifetime and for many years following his passing. He was a kid genius who murdered numerous adult Senju before his Sharingan came to life.
He is remembered in history as the only person who was able to challenge Hashirama Senju, a “God of Shinobi,” and pushed him to the edge.
When Obito operated under Madara’s name, the Five Great Shinobi Countries and the impartial Land of Iron were driven to unite out of fear of Madara’s strength, starting the Fourth Shinobi World War. It was remarked that Madara’s name alone was power.
While Obito was the Ten-Tails’ jinchriki, Madara felt convinced that he could have defeated him if he had access to senjutsu chakra.
Chakra and Physical Prowess
Madara was born with a strong chakra that was considered vile and demonic, even by Uchiha standards. He did so as a result of receiving Indra’s chakra. He could battle uninterrupted for twenty-four hours before fainting because of his abundant chakra reserves, and in his old age, he summoned the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path from its jail on the moon.
With a single hand seal, his chakra control could execute challenging techniques. Despite having no prior senjutsu training, he could swiftly absorb and fuse senjutsu chakra with his own and enter Sage Mode.
Even after dividing his chakra among each of the 25 wood clones he created, they still posed a threat to the Five Kage.
Madara considered hashirama
Madara was a master of taijutsu. He disarmed and dodged strikes from various directions as he quietly destroyed hundreds of opponents in physical warfare during his fight with the Fourth Division. Madara could overcome people twice his size and strike precisely before the other person could respond.
He moved quickly enough to strike Naruto in Sage Mode and avoid being struck by a Flying Thunder God Slash using his senses and those Sage Mode grants. Madara had a high threshold for pain when in Sage Mode since he didn’t flinch when Sasuke stabbed his right arm, when the tailed monsters attacked, or when he lost his arm.
Kabuto Yakushi changed Madara to be “even better than when he was alive” after he underwent reincarnation. In addition to regaining the powers he had only in his advanced age, he was also returned to his physical peak. In addition, Madara’s left pectoral area had a pale duplicate of Hashirama’s face that served as a conduit for senjutsu chakra to enter Sage Mode.
Additionally, it enables him to use Wood Release and heals most of his wounds in a matter of seconds. For example, Madara could use tissue from a White Zetsu’s body to replace a limb in cases of severe injuries he could not repair, such as amputation.
Madara’s life force was strengthened by Hashirama’s cells in his body. It could withstand the removal of all the tailed creatures from his body without instantly expiring.
Madara was skilled in a variety of ninjutsu techniques. For example, he could use juinjutsu that was strong enough to limit the target’s movements, conceal himself behind objects to avoid damage, and move about the battlefield undetected.
And even faked his death by having a clone pose as his corpse using an unconventional application of the Shadow Clone Technique. Madara demonstrated levitation in the anime.
Madara was a skilled sensor, able to distinguish between species and other people’s clans and their kekkei Genkai and chakra signatures. He could even battle while blind by detecting targets and avoiding assaults using his sensory sense when Sage Mode was enhanced.
Madara is wielding his gunbai.
Madara has access to various weaponry, including hand-held shuriken, a kama, chains with weights, and enormous shuriken. While engaging the Fourth Division, he also displayed his swordsmanship.
His signature weapon was his gunbai, which he could use as a shield, deflect blows, or as a flail or mace. He could sever the Ten-Tails’ tree form’s enormous roots with it.
Madara used the Yin-Yang Release as well as the five fundamental natural changes. An Uchiha’s innate aptitude for Fire Release resulted in the production of a huge wall of flames that numerous Water Release users had to work together to resist.
In the anime, Madara could use his gunbai to generate strong winds that could drive back a whole platoon. Later in his existence, he employed Yin-Yang Release to boost White Zetsu and channel his will into black receivers that could restrain and control targets.
After implanting Hashirama’s DNA, which Kabuto subsequently enhanced, Madara could employ Wood Release, a combination of water and earth-natured chakra, with a proficiency equivalent to Hashirama.
He could produce wood clones, wood dragons, and enormous blooming trees that could knock an opponent out and drain their chakra. Madara may also grow roots from Hashirama’s cells to link to the Ten-Tails and exert some control over them.
Despite the Wood Release’s potency, Madara seldom employs it until he needs to confine a tailed beast out of last resort or when he is playing with his opponent.
He was demonstrated utilizing Storm Release and Yin Release after becoming the Ten-Tails’ jinchriki.
Water and lightning-natured chakra combined to produce energy beams strong enough to pierce the Six Paths Rods.
Madara had one tomoe in each of his eyes when he first awoke his Sharingan as a youngster. His Sharingan had completely matured and was nearly always in use by the time he was an adult.
In his normal lifetime, Madara had mastered the Sharingan to a greater degree than any other member of the Uchiha clan. He was the only person who could distinguish an original shadow or piece of wood from a copy.
Madara may use genjutsu to immobilize or instruct targets with just a moment’s eye contact. He could even capture the Nine-Tails and call them a potent weapon. He could change reality and come back to life by setting one of his eyes to activate Izanagi after his death.
Madara’s Mangekyō Sharingan.
Madara and his brother Izuna were the first Uchiha known to have awakened the Mangeky Sharingan. Madara was familiar with the Mangeky procedures used by other users and could quickly understand their workings. He was able to utilize Kamui on himself right after snatching Kakashi Hatake’s Mangeky Sharingan.
He swapped his eyes for Izuna’s, restoring his vision and obtaining the Eternal Mangeky Sharingan, as his eyesight was failing from misuse. But, thanks to the “straight tomoe” of his Eternal Mangeky Sharingan, he could move while battling.
Madara’s Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan.
Madara was able to utilize Susanoo after reawakening his Mangeky, which he could do without his eyes being in their sockets. The ribcage could endure the strength of an Ultra-Big Ball Rasengan and A, and he could create a Susanoo with legs.
His Susanoo was armed with two to four remotely throwable, undulating blades. In addition, he could unleash Yasaka Magatama of various sizes. When completely created, Madara would float inside Susanoo, giving him more mobility.
Sharingan Madara could “stabilize” Susanoo into its Complete Body form after obtaining the Eternal Mangeky, making it resemble a tengu with exterior armor that was almost unbreakable. The second set of arms held a katana that could sever mountains with just a few shockwaves.
He said it had strength on par with the tailed animals and that no one had survived to witness it again. Instead of using its second set of limbs for flying, Madara’s Complete Body Susanoo employs them for assault and defense. Additionally, he combined the powers of Kurama and Susanoo by molding Susanoo into armor for Kurama.
Years after accidentally combining Indra’s and Asura’s chakra and absorbing Hashirama’s DNA, Madara’s Sharingan transformed into the Rinnegan. Being the original owner of the eyes, he was the only one who could fully utilize them.
He can transition between the two Jutsu. Madara employed all of the Six Paths Technique’s capabilities with the Rinnegan, including the Preta Path’s capacity for chakra absorption and the Deva Path’s capacity for Chibaku Tensei.
Additionally, he could employ the Outer Path to forge chakra chains that could bind any nine-tailed animal. Additionally, there are black receivers for use in melee and as a compliment. Madara was able to call meteors to wreak extensive devastation by combining his Rinnegan and Sharingan.
Madara could not use all of his Rinnegan skills while undergoing the Impure World Reincarnation. He could control the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path, imprison the Ten-Tails inside of him, and create an invisible human shadow to help him in battle after resurrecting and receiving one of his genuine eyes.
This shadow was strong enough to defeat the tailed monsters while Madara was in Sage Mode and enhanced by Kurama’s chakra. Madara had both of his Rinnegan at his disposal, and he could summon at least four shadows to help him.
As the Ten-Tails’ jinchriki, Madara approached the moon with his Rinnegan and awoke a Rinne Sharingan on his forehead. He then used this Sharingan to mirror the moon’s eye, enabling him to cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi and imprison everyone else in genjutsu.
Because the beast had all of the Eight-Tails’ and half of the Nine-Tails’ chakra locked in it, Madara could fully control it once the Ten-Tails were sealed into his body. This made the beast more powerful than it had been when it was initially awakened. He was considered to have a stronger sense of strength than Obito, whose chakra was weaker than the Eight and Nine-Tails.
He can only be defeated by shinobi, which possesses all eight gates of the six paths chakra. This was Madara’s flying form. His physical prowess improved; he was quick enough to respond to Kamui and the Flying Thunder God Technique and strong enough to survive the Night Guy narrowly.
His regenerative abilities allowed him to avoid bisection and rebuild his body after absorbing the Ten-Tails’ tree form, leading him to proclaim his immortality. After he awoke the Rinne Sharingan, he could also use natural energy to strengthen his numerous techniques and cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi and God: Nativity of a World of Trees.
Madara’s metamorphosis enabled him to acquire Truth-Seeking Balls, which floated behind him in a ring made up of the Yin-Yang Release and the five fundamental nature changes.
Because of their chakra’s extreme malleability and adaptability, he could utilize them as shields, obstacles, and a variety of weapons like the shakujo. The balls could negate whatever ninjutsu they came into touch with using Yin-Yang Release.
Madara’s tactical acumen was refined by his many years of combat experience. He could swiftly come up with a number of strategies and flip between them right away. The more time he spent fighting a certain foe, the less he required backup strategies. He ultimately developed the ability to foresee their actions and pinpoint either physical or psychological flaws.
Any hypotheses he developed could be formed and verified utilizing minute details. In addition to his inherent flexibility, Madara was informed about a wide range of people and talents, which allowed him to recognize when strategies were being employed and respond with the most effective reply. Madara was a great teacher as well, having raised young Obito from a weak shinobi to a powerful shinobi on par with himself.
He was a researcher who used the Demonic Statue of Outer Path to experiment on and grow a clone flower, and from it, he made a self-sustaining system. He has the medical expertise enough to do eye transplants, cure serious wounds, and restore lost body parts using White Zetsu matter.
Fourth Shinobi World War: Countdown
By starting a Fourth Shinobi World War while acting in Madara’s place, Tobi advances the Eye of the Moon Plan into its final stages. Kabuto Yakushi contacted Tobi in an effort to forge an alliance before the conflict ever broke out.
When Tobi inquires as to what would occur if he rejects, Kabuto raises Madara from the dead to demonstrate that he is aware that Tobi is not the real Madara and compels him to agree. Kabuto summons Madara, and Tobi grudgingly accepts.
Fourth Shinobi World War: Climax
In the Fourth Shinobi World War, Kabuto makes the decision to utilize Madara against the Allies’ Shinobi Forces and summons him to fight via M. When Madara first notices his surroundings. He thinks Nagato’s Outer Path has brought him back.
Samsara of the Heavenly Life Technique quickly understands that he has actually been reincarnated via the Impure World. Through M, Kabuto introduces himself and discusses recent events around the globe and Tobi’s present behavior.
Madara puts his body to the test by tearing through the Fourth Division, reducing its numbers after Kabuto points out that he has revived Madara to a condition past his prime.
Initial attempts by the Fourth Division to stop Madara are unsuccessful because he defends himself with Susanoo. When the Third Tsuchikage, the Fifth Kazekage, and a shadow clone of Naruto Uzumaki band together, Madara is compelled to use his Rinnegan to deflect the onslaught.
Madara pulls a meteorite down from the sky after realizing that his foes are too deadly for him to limit himself to simple ninjutsu and taijutsu.
When the Kazekage and Tsuchikage successfully intercept it, Madara intensifies his attack with a second meteorite, which also strikes and destroys the Fourth Division.
Madara queries Kabuto about how far off course Tobi has gone after learning that the majority of the Fourth Division is dead. Kabuto doesn’t know much about the strategy, so Madara is left to investigate things on his own. When he attempts to summon the Nine-Tails, he learns that it is locked inside a jinchriki, Naruto, and cannot be released.
Although he was aware that the present Naruto was a clone, he made the decision to postpone his plans to test out his new abilities, particularly the Wood Release: Nativity of Trees, which Naruto’s clone could only just outperform.
The entrance of the Fifth Hokage, Fifth Mizukage, and Fourth Raikage prevents him from finishing off the remaining members of the Fourth Division. In an alliance against Madara, the five Kage drive him out of the area.
Madara overwhelms the Kage.
When Naruto returns, his shadow clone has vanished, leaving him with only the five Kage as foes. They engage in a protracted struggle, with Madara matching and surpassing the Kage’s efforts. Madara’s armor is torn off as he receives a blow from the Tsuchikage’s Dust Release: Detachment of the Primitive World Technique, exposing the implant of Hashirama’s face on his chest.
After being entirely underwhelmed by these Kage’s assaults, especially those of the Hokage, Hashirama’s granddaughter, Madara, laments the heritage that these Kage has received from him. Then, Madara makes 25 duplicates of himself and commands them to activate their Susanoo individually.
Madara’s soul remains intact.
Combining their efforts so well by evening, the Kage are still alive and almost sealed him. Finally moved by their performance, Madara answers by bringing forth his refined Susanoo.
His Susanoo begins to wane, and Madara is enveloped in light before he can use it to murder the Kage. Madara understands that Kabuto liberated him from the Impure World Reincarnation in another location and that his spirit is now departing for the afterlife.
The Impure World Reincarnation contract that Kabuto holds over him is annulled by Madara in response, allowing him to return to his immortal body without further intervention from a summoner.
Madara vows to track down Naruto and recover the Nine-Tails since he can do anything he wants and is tired of the Kage. The Kage attempts to stop him from leaving.
Madara locates and reunites with Obito as he is involved in a fight with Naruto, Killer B, Kakashi Hatake, and Might Guy after killing the five Kage.
Madara reprimands Obito for acting hastily after spotting the Demonic Statue abruptly transforming into the Ten-Tails.
After Obito gives Madara her gunbai back, Madara makes a wood dragon in an effort to catch Killer B and Naruto and finish the Ten-Tails.
He eventually succeeds in controlling B and depleting him of his vitality, but Guy’s Daytime Tiger ultimately triumphs. Before he has a chance to recuperate, The Ten-Tails is awakened, forcing Madara to improvise.
He and Obito scale the Ten-Tails’ head and join forces with it, giving them command over its behavior.
Although their four adversaries put up a fight, they are no match for the strength of the Ten-Tails. The unified Allied Shinobi Forces arrive to join the battle before the Ten-Tails can finish them off, and Ino is able to manipulate Obito into deflecting the Ten-Tails’ strike.
The Ten-Tails may be rendered helpless by the Allies, making it an easy target. Before their strikes can connect, the Ten-Tails experience a new change that liberates it and enables it to block the approaching attacks. Although the immediate issue has been resolved, Madara becomes aware of a different problem: the Allies are being coordinated far too well.
He and Obito command the Ten-Tails to assault the faraway Allied HQ. Still, they are unable to do so owing to a lack of control, which Madara attributes to Obito’s improper resurrection of him.
The “brain” of the Allies is dead, but when it takes the Ten-Tails to find its mark, they are given one last fighting strategy.
Before the Allies can take up the position, Obito and Madara attempt to reduce their numbers. If they are unsuccessful, they attempt to impede the approaching onslaught. Nevertheless, the united troops succeeded in piercing the Ten-Tails’ defenses and separating Obito and Madara from them.
They need to take on the Alliance head-on because the Ten-Tails are out of control. Eventually, Obito vanishes into the other dimension, leaving Madara on his own.
Madara senses that Hashirama has been revived somewhere else while Obito is away. Madara anticipates his arrival with anticipation as he prepares to face off against his adversary once more. Hashirama merely sends a wood clone to meet him when he comes since he is too preoccupied with controlling the Ten-Tails.
Madara makes the decision to abstain from the combat until the true Hashirama is prepared. Madara effortlessly overcomes the wood clone when it keeps trying to attack. Later, when Madara feels Obito’s return to the battlefield, he chooses to use one of his fail-safes, turning on the hidden black receivers in Obito to make him eventually resurrect Madara. Instead of giving in, Obito locks the Ten-Tails inside of himself.
Birth of the Ten-Tails’ Jinchūriki
Despite his frustration at this failure, Hashirama is no longer focused on anything. Madara coerces him into a battle for two reasons: first, he just wants to square off against his foe once again; second, he wants to defeat Obito and succeed him as the wielder of the Infinite Tsukuyomi. However, in order to complete the latter, Madara needs senjutsu chakra, which Hashirama possesses.
Hashirama attempts to persuade Madara to delay while their struggle rages, but Madara always refuses. He nonetheless monitors Obito’s development and expanding command over the Ten-Tails’ strength. Hashirama’s wood dragons detain Madara after Obito is vanquished, and the Alliance enters to seal him.
With Obito no longer serving as the Ten-Tails’ jinchriki, Madara activates Black Zetsu as a backup plan. Madara gives Black Zetsu the command to take possession of Obito’s body and use the Outer Path because he has been in communication with it since his first rebirth.
The technique of Samsara of Heavenly Life. After being brought back to life, Madara is able to regain his former power and is able to escape his shackles. Madara’s reborn eyes disintegrate since he passed away with his genuine eyes still attached and detached from his body.
While Naruto tells Sasuke that Madara can absorb ninjutsu, Sasuke attempts to burn Madara with Amaterasu.
Madara, however, was forced to throw away his scorched armor. He uses black receivers to paralyze Hashirama to make up for his blindness. He absorbs his senjutsu chakra, sharpening his senses to the point that he can see his adversaries but not their strikes.
Sasuke attacks him once more, but this time he tells the warrior to back off since he does not want to murder a member of his clan.
In order to resurrect the Ten-Tails, Madara pursues the freed-tailed animals. He tries to take on all nine at once but fails and breaks his right arm in the process. A White Zetsu copy sends him one of his Rinnegan that Obito had stored as he gathers his strength.
Madara takes this and one of Zetsu’s arms, allowing him to start round two. He summons the Demonic Statue from Obito’s body and uses Limbo: Border Jail to repel the nine beasts. Before they can recover, he seals all of them into the Demonic Statue, including those sealed in Naruto and B.
Madara queries the Zetsu clone about how Black Zetsu is doing with reclaiming his last Rinnegan from Obito while the Statue is through its metamorphosis back into the Ten-Tails. Following this, Tobirama Senju, who had been resurrected with Hashirama, assaults Madara but is restrained after failing to inflict any harm.
Sasuke hits Madara as well, but he becomes paralyzed in midair.
Madara, who had already given Sasuke a warning, uses Sasuke’s sword against him to stab him in the chest.
He locks the Ten-Tails inside himself after its resuscitation is complete, with no one remaining to resist him. Madara leaves to find his other Rinnegan after feeling good about himself.
Along the way, he spits up the Kohaku no Jheri and Benihisago, which were both employed by Obito as part of his premature rebirth technique.
He finds that Obito has reclaimed control of his body when he gets to Black Zetsu’s location. Madara makes an attempt to reason with Obito by reminding him of all the plans and insinuating that the Eye of the Moon Plan will soon become successful.
Instead of allowing himself to be persuaded, Obito stabs Madara, stealing bits of the One-Tail and Eight-Tails’ chakra from him before using Kamui to flee with Naruto.
Might Guy, a master of taijutsu, approaches Madara as he mulls over his next move. Taijutsu is one of the few attacks that can be used to defeat Madara in his current form.
The guy strikes Madara with the evening elephant after opening the Eight Gates.
When other Allied Shinobi can reduce Madara to a single Truth-Seeking Ball, he tries to protect himself but is unsuccessful, leaving him vulnerable. Madara, who is ecstatic at the idea of such a difficult battle and clearly damaged but unbeaten, compels Guy to utilize Night Guy.
The assault nearly kills Madara, destroying the entire left side of his body. Madara chooses to give Guy the ultimate respect by killing him rather than letting him deteriorate from his wounds after thanking him for such a fun fight and recognizing him as a worthy foe.
However, a resurrected Naruto, who Madara notices have somehow acquired strength identical to his own, kicks the Truth-Seeking Ball he fires at Guy back at him.
As a relic of Obito’s earlier struggle, the Ten-Tails’ gigantic tree shape, Naruto, sends Madara crashing through it. Madara hears a voice asking him to take it all in.
As Sasuke recovers from his wounds and joins forces with Naruto, Madara faces a new challenge that tests his strength.
Despite his best attempts, Madara is powerless to stop them. Madara grabs Kakashi Hatake’s Mangeky Sharingan and uses it to pursue Obito since he is aware that he must use his other Rinnegan to terminate the battle.
He prevents Sakura Haruno from destroying the Rinnegan, and in response, Obito sends her back to reality so Madara cannot murder her. Obito cannot defend himself because he is too weak.
Madara thanks Obito for removing the Forbidden Individual Curse Tag before saying a few last words to him.
He also admits his part in Rin Nohara’s demise, so acknowledging that he has been using Obito as a pawn all along.
Madara then gives Obito his left Mangeky Sharingan while returning his Rinnegan. Black Zetsu performs Kamui on them and brings them back to reality using Obito’s body.
As soon as Madara emerges, Naruto and Sasuke start to attack him, but Madara stops them with many Chibaku Tensei. By getting closer to the moon, Madara awakens the Rinne Sharingan and is able to cast the Infinite Tsukuyomi.
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Madara begins to inflate with chakra.
The entire universe is condensed into Madara’s God: Nativity of a World of Trees and imprisoned within a dream. The Infinite Tsukuyomi may be avoided by Naruto, Kakashi, and Sakura, thanks to Sasuke.
Madara declares himself to be the world’s savior upon seeing them, having freed it from itself by eradicating the hells of reality and replacing them with the skies of dreams.
Black Zetsu stabs him in the back as he is declaring victory. He admits that he has used Madara in order to revive Kaguya Tsutsuki and that it is not Madara’s will.
Black Zetsu entirely covers Madara as it transfers from Obito’s body to his own, causing him to begin absorbing the chakra of those imprisoned inside the Infinite Tsukuyomi. Madara grows enormously before drastically shrinking and being replaced by a reborn Kaguya.
Kaguya finally reverts to the Ten-Tails and spits forth Madara after Naruto and Sasuke seal her in her dimension together with Black Zetsu. The Sage of the Six Paths calls Madara and the others back to reality. But he is powerless to stop Madara from dying because the tailed creatures and Demonic Statue have been taken from his body.
In the few time that is left, Madara speaks to Hashirama, saying that despite his ideal of world peace having passed away, Hashirama’s life has improved. But, as Madara is about to pass away, Hashirama responds that they are still friends despite everything.