View Full Version : Gaara and Naruto vs. Kakashi and Sakura
12-27-2009, 06:38 AM
Fighters: Gaara and Naruto vs. Kakashi and Sakura
Location: Open field of grass
Why: Just a friendly battle for fun
Weapons: Gaara; sand in gourd
Naruto; Unlimited Kunai and anything he knows how to do(Rasengan, Rasen-Shiruken...)
Kakashi Unlimited Kunai and us of Sharingan
Sakura; Unlimited Kunai and use of strength
WHO WOULD WIN?
12-27-2009, 06:48 AM
Gaara occupies Kakashi and Sakura long enough for Naruto to go Sage Mode, GG
12-27-2009, 08:20 AM
Gaara and Naruto win. Sakura really doesn't do much in this fight except possibly provide a distraction and heal Kakashi slightly as they fight. Gaara, on the other hand, is easily Jonin to Kage level in power. He could probably stand on par with Kakashi at times. Kakashi's MS dimensional vortex thingy (I forget the name) could be easily blocked by Gaara's sand. Like Otacon said, Gaara could occupy them both long enough for Naruto to go Sage Mode and stomp them both. In SM Naruto could blitz even Kakashi, and a normal Rasengan in SM would knock him out cold, nevermind a Rasenshruiken. Once Kakashi's out of the way, Sakura is easily beaten by normal Naruto.
12-27-2009, 08:42 AM
Well, Gaara could keep Kakashi busy for a while so Naruto can take out Sakura with Rasengan or Rasen-Shuriken and then they team up on Kakashi, Gaara could keep Kakashi occupied and then Naruto goes in for the final blow in the back. Or summon a lot of clones....
12-27-2009, 08:56 AM
Gaara uses Sand Suspension to lift him and Naruto then spam Sand Tsunami.
12-27-2009, 09:46 AM
Gaara and Naruto stomp.
Naruto could take either of them if it were one-on-one, and so could Gaara. Gaara can just use Desert Suspension and have Naruto go Sage Mode or spam Sand Tsunami and Sand Burial.
Sage Of Six Paths
12-27-2009, 11:34 AM
Naruto could solo this.
Garra might be able to...
Not sure, but either way, together, they stomp.
Base-Naruto wins, not to mention Kyuubi and Sage Mode.
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