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21st Oct 2015, 8:00 AM in Zabuza Arc
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RandomRex6 21st Oct 2015, 8:00 AM edit delete
The Ninja Academy of the Leaf Village doesn't exactly seem encouraging. Of the Rookie 9, seven of them were from at least semi-prestigious clans. The only two hold-outs were Naruto and Sakura, and Naruto would have failed if he hadn't learned Shadow Clones. Sakura is the only base-level graduate, and let's not forget how useless she was in combat. And she's a prodigy compared to all the other students who didn't have strong bloodlines. Really, if you're not born with it, the Leaf Village is a bad place to try to become a ninja.

Then again, it was probably just a really bad year to try.

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DragonTrainer 21st Oct 2015, 8:56 AM edit delete reply
Probably just a bad year. I don't believe Rock Lee or Ten Ten were from prestigious clans, either.
Guest 21st Oct 2015, 9:54 AM edit delete reply
Rock Lee and Ten Ten were from the previous years graduation. You do have to question their teaching methods though. How did Naruto and Sasuke graduate ninja academy if they didn't know what chakra even is? If they did know why did Sakura need choose to tell them something they all learned from the same source? I mean sure the audience needed the explanation but they could have had a non-ninja ask one of them how this whole magic system works instead.
T.J. 21st Oct 2015, 2:01 PM edit delete reply
I think (besides being for the audience's sake) that the explanation was meant solely for Naruto, who was established as being very book dumb; he might understand some of the principles (it'd be ridiculous if he didn't and still managed to pull off any kind of jutsu) but he was much more hazy on the terminology and some of the finer details. But yeah, you'd kinda expect them to have been taught at least a bit of the stuff they learned from the tree climbing thing. The only thing I can think of for this is that they might have been taught it, but it was put into practice, but that just raises some other questions...
Tsvorla 21st Oct 2015, 9:19 PM edit delete reply
Or the Leaf Ninja practice USA teaching- throw books at you until you absorb some of the vocab and can recite it verbatim w/o putting it into practice, or graduate you based on your "Sr. Project" alone and bother to your grades. Either way, you have no useful experience and have the whole world telling you how useless and stupid you are until someone comes along and helps you put two and two together.
Raxon 21st Oct 2015, 10:51 PM edit delete reply
Don't forget the mandatory assassination etiquette and consent classes, and the classes on acceptable ways to attack women.

Actually, I take that back. USA colleges in the hidden leaf village would be effing hilarious.
Raxon 21st Oct 2015, 10:48 PM edit delete reply
"Hey, at least we didn't grind this one's parents up into chili to feed to him."

"Please don't remind me of that. South Park was supposed to be a lighthearted adventure setting, as seen through the eyes of four innocent children, not... whatever the hell you turned it into."
Darkening 22nd Oct 2015, 9:35 AM edit delete reply
Oh god... I totally want to see a south park campaign comic now lol. Preferably with Raxon writing it for maximum insanity. Topping that show is a job only he can handle.
Raxon 22nd Oct 2015, 11:39 PM edit delete reply
Man, if I had an internet capable computer, I would do it. Let's be honest, though. I could totally do a south park comic where the guy who plays Cartman slowly drives the GM insane.

Tons of material, plenty of reaction shots, all I have to do is make Cartman an even bigger, more horrible ass than he is in canon.

I am the guy who wrote a character doing the djinn thing, giving China dragons, then offering to solve their dragon problem three times, for ever increasing costs in human lives, for the purposes of staffing his moon base and screwing China worse than the homecoming queen in a redtube video who needs better grades, and can't pay for her pizza.

Said character also planned to destroy the world by ending world hunger. He planned to create enough nutrient paste to feed the world, by altering one of Jupiter's moons. Then he would set up a system to automatically teleport some of the nutrient paste into everyone's stomach once every eight hours. Then, he would work to provide housing for every person on earth. Two billion homes, each pretty simple. Stone slab, stone slab, stone slab, done.

The ultimate goal was to force mankind to spread to the stars, or overpopulate to extinction, like in the rat hotel experiment.

Yeah, I think I can make Cartman more horrifying, but I think he'd be more than a little crazy. And not fun crazy, either.
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