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Monday, May 30, 2011

Uchiha Madara's BackGround


Before the era of
ninja villages, Madara
was the most gifted
member of the
Uchiha clan. Even by
his clan's standards, Madara's chakra was
unusually strong. He
grew up in constant
competition with his
younger brother, Izuna Uchiha. In their efforts to surpass the
other, each gained
their own Mangekyō Sharingan. With the power of the
Mangekyō the two brothers took control
of the clan, with Madara acting as its leader. Under his leadership,
the clan conquered all they came across. Because of
the never-ending series of battles of the time,
Madara eventually began to suffer from overuse of
the Mangekyō Sharingan, leaving him blind. In order to regain his sight he took Izuna's eyes for
himself, granting him an "eternal" Mangekyō Sharingan with which he led the Uchiha to
prosperity. Madara insists Izuna consented to the

Over the years, the
Uchiha had
constantly fought
with the equally
powerful Senju clan. To bring an end to the constant
fighting, the leader
of the Senju, Hashirama Senju, approached the Uchiha with an offer of peace.
Although Madara never wanted peace with the
Senju, the rest of the Uchiha wished to end the
fighting, and Madara had no choice but to accept.
The Senju, the Uchiha, and all the clans they had
conquered came together to form the village of Konohagakure. Against Madara's wishes, the
villagers selected Hashirama as the village's first Hokage. Madara feared that Hashirama would oppress the Uchiha, and tried to rally support for
challenging his leadership. Rather than help him,
however, the Uchiha turned their backs on him,
believing he only desired more power. Abandoned
by his clan, Madara left the village, later returning in
order to challenge Hashirama in battle. They fought at the site that would someday be called the Valley of the End, where Madara used the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox against Hashirama. Control of the Nine- Tails was ultimately taken from him and Madara was believed to have died. [5] Despite appearing to have been defeated and gravely weakened, he
was somehow able to acquire a sample of
Hashirama Senju's DNA to aid him in his future goals.

Twelve years before
the start of the
series, Madara
discovered that Kushina Uzumaki, the Nine-Tails' jinchūriki, would be going into
childbirth, causing
the seal keeping the
Nine-Tails contained within her to weaken. Madara found
where Kushina was being kept, killed her ANBU bodyguards and midwives, and took her son, Naruto, hostage. Naruto's father, the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze, took Naruto back from him, in doing so separating himself from Kushina and allowing Madara to flee with her. As the seal was about to break, Madara used his Sharingan to put the Nine-Tails under his control. Since Kushina survived the extraction, Madara tried to have the Nine-Tails kill her. Minato arrived in
time to save her and retreat. Madara, uninterested, summoned the Nine-Tails into Konoha and ordered it to destroy the village.

Minato soon afterwards arrived to help in the village's defence. Before he could
contribute much or even tell anyone what had happened, Madara located him and tried
to use his space–time jutsu to send him away and prevent further interference. Minato was able to use his own teleportation jutsu to escape, but Madara pursued him. The two
began fighting and Minato struggled to successfully strike Madara. After several failed
attacks, Minato finally hit Madara with the Rasengan and branded him with a seal for his Flying Thunder God Technique, allowing him to teleport to Madara whenever he wanted. He then used a Contract Seal on Madara to remove the Nine-Tails from his control. Wounded and deprived of his best weapon, Madara fled, stating that the Nine-
Tails would be his again someday and that he still had other plans.

A few years later, Madara infiltrated Konoha to try to rekindle the flames of war. He was
found by Itachi Uchiha first, who convinced Madara to spare the village in exchange for helping to wipe out the Uchiha clan for deserting him decades earlier. Madara complied,
training Itachi and providing assistance. However, Itachi never truly trusted Madara and
kept an eye on him for the rest of his life.


Madara has been shown or stated to have done a number of things during his life. It is
unclear when many of these events took place or, in some cases, what they entailed. His
known actions include:
1.Fighting Ōnoki.
2.Meeting with Danzō Shimura around the time of the Uchiha clan's assassination.
3.Taking control of the Fourth Mizukage, in effect making him the "real" Mizukage.
4.Kisame Hoshigaki was one of the few Kirigakure ninja to know of his manipulation of the Fourth.
5.Kisame helped Madara to bring about an end to the "world of lies"
6.Claims to be the one who "gave" Nagato the Rinnegan.
7.Claims to have encouraged Yahiko to create Akatsuki .


To keep in Akatsuki's shadow, Madara eventually took on the disguise of Tobi, [4] giving orders to Pain in secret. He wears an orange, swirl-patterned mask that reveals only his right eye. When he trained Itachi, he wore a similar mask with black flame-like
patterns on it, and he had longer hair than he does now. His hair is cut short from the
days of Konoha's founding, and he wears a uniform consisting of a number of bolts and pins, which is usually concealed by his Akatsuki cloak.

While acting as Tobi, he is happy-go-lucky and goofy, something that annoys most of
the other members. Deidara, who believed all the members of Akatsuki should be
serious and calm, was not pleased with Tobi's childish personality, and frequently
attacked the latter in a comedic fashion when annoyed. Apparently, Madara is very
committed to keeping his identity secret, as he has been seen keeping up his goofy
appearance even when no-one was around (at least during the anime's filler arc). Kisame and Zetsu, on the other hand, somewhat appreciate Tobi's ability to brighten up a gloomy organization such as theirs.[11] However, once his identity is revealed to everyone in Akatsuki, Madara largely abandoned his "Tobi" persona, using it only to
distract the Eight Man Squad during Sasuke's battle with Itachi. By the Fourth Shinobi World War where his identity is known to the world, Zetsu still calls him Tobi.

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