Naruto cannot one shot kenshiro.. but kenshiro can one shot naruto all he has to do is touch them and they explode
Do you even read Naruto?
Kenshiro's attacks hit pressure points if i remember right
Do tailed beast have any of those and would ken know it?
Bijuu are just concentrated masses of chakra - and some of them aren't even made of flesh and blood (although the Yonbi is). Whether they have them or not doesn't matter - the Bijuu's size, anatomy, and distance between their skin and the pressure points inside of them are too massive and unknown for Kenshiro to reach. Son Goku should be durable enough to tank Kenshiro's punches and ki blasts - after all he's easily one of the physically strongest Bijuu - throwing the Hachibi around by the tail.
Although Musou Tensei ignores the durability and pressure point aspect. And Yonbi isn't nearly as massive like the Juubi, so Kenshiro can vaporize it within a feasible amount of time.
Rando solos. He had a spell that could shrink his oppoennts just by saying an incantation that's not long anyway. His combat skills are good enough to beat Momo and Rangiku up. Zabuza is more of a heavy hitter and can easily slice either gals apart.
Guessing that Naruto and Sasuke are immune to Musou Tensei's "atomization" now? Seeing as not even Omynoten which is at least on the same level could do anything to them. Not to mention Naruto has atomization himself.
Both of their speeds have skyrocketed compared to the last time this thread was still active, and Naruto can casually one-shot Kenshiro nowdays. And then you have Sasuke who has instant displacement. All Kenshiro has on him is his intangibility, which is surely not going to outlast either of them.
dio's animation looks gorgeous
in Jojo? after part 2
unless there was a storyline reason... i don't remember
Because.... he felt like Stands were a much better concept to work with than Hamon?
Hamon was pretty fleshed out mid-way through Part 2. There wasn't much to expand on without making the ability boring and too forced.
Stands on the other hand is literally a concept with infinite versatility. He can assign whatever power he wants with each Stand, and work out higher-scale tactical battles with them. It also allows Araki to exercise his artistic work that he is so famous for, something he obviously couldn't do with the Hamon which cannot be seen.
Pre-Timeskip: Homunculus with low-mid difficulty. half of the Homunculus have far superior stats, and their regen is tough for the team to beat.
Post-Timeskip: Konoha 9 lolstomps them. They have a multi city block level Choji who can easily squash all of the Homunculus at once, an Ino who is proficient enough with Mind Transfer that she was able to intercept Obito from kilometers away, Neji who can repel some of the Juubi's attacks, Sakura who can create decent craters now, and Kiba who (actually I forgot what he did).
1 - Johan Liebert
Btw anyone else watching crunchy/HS getting real sick of this 'avdol' business? I think funni is doing the subs and theres no reason for that.
I think Avdol is his official translated English name ( as far as Viz is concerned). It is true that the first manga scanlations for Stardust Crusaders translated it to "Abdul" (you can look this up on Jojo's wiki), which I prefer (cause it sounds much better), but meh.
It'll be easy for Yamamoto to blitz him and punch his head off if he's taking the fight as casually as he did from the beginning with Kenpachi.
After amping his imagination powers with two clones and having knowledge of Ryujin Jakka's heat and firepower, Yamamoto would need to use his strongest Ryujin Jakka techniques, if not utilize his Bankai, to vaporize Gremmy's level of imagined durability.
If Gremmy drops the meteor, I don't think there is anything within Yamamoto's arsenal that would allow him to vaporize a sufficient amount of the meteor so that it is not fatal to him within a realistic length of time before the meteor falls on him and crushes him.
@phantomrant: Actually, it would have significantly raised the difficulty of beating him considering Obito can use Kamui to make himself intangible. Guessing Obito not being able to do Kamui while having the Juubi's power was due to bad writing.
Ah yes, with the intangibility factor of it, in theory it would have been more difficult for people to hit Juubito, however Obito's Kamui is a concentration-based jutsu while phasing in and out, so a lag would create openings that he did not expect, and openings are the last thing Juubito wanted ever since he took a stationary battle style. Also, Kakashi was like hiding inside the dimension and could surprise attack him the moment he returned.
Overall, there is still no reason for him to use intangibility, when he can use his Juubi abilities to counter them directly. It has been shown that even with teleportation and Senjutsu, Juubito can still overpower them with his Omnyoten. There was no reason to rely on the Kamui that he had in his previous form when he could use the Omnyoten that he gained to beat Naruto, Sasuke, MInato, and Tobirama down. And unlike Kamui, Omnyoten acts as both of an offense and defense that no one on the battlefield could negate.
Madara recently showed that Kamui can be used while as the juubi's jinchuuriki. So...what gives?
Why would he feel the need to teleport? Juubito was on another dimension power-wise. He didn't need to go inside the Kamui dimension. He wanted to straight-up beat down the Shinobi Army using his newfound powers which no one at the time had any resistance against. Like Juudara, Juubito also wanted to see the extent of the Juubi's capabilities. Teleportation doesn't give him that much of an advantage, seeing as it prevents him from initiating the Infinite Tsukuyomi, prevents him from fighting with the Shinobi Army, and teleporting back into the world would actually make him more suspectible to an attack. And Kakashi should be able to negate the teleportation, anyway.
So yeah. Kamui offered no reasonable or logical advantage to him.