|Reviews for Naruto, the unstoppable Juggernaut|
| Wolfone10 chapter 1 . 6/18
Umm with his helmet on, Naruto SHOULD be immune to genjutsu (that's why Juggernaut wears the ugly thing) Yes I realize that makes him indestructible but that's kinda the point! But otherwise great job.
| Rebmul chapter 1 . 3/28/2014
hope u decide to come back and finish this
| BigBear chapter 1 . 11/19/2013
Cool but can u give naruto that powerful clap that hulk uses and also prototype knuckle smash
| Jackson chapter 1 . 12/4/2012
Beautiful idea, head hunter jutsu ( the underground movement one) executed by I don't know Kakashi during the gennin test used on naruto then naruto says "Do you know who I am? I'm The Juggernaut, bitch!" and burst out of the ground
| puma1sunfire chapter 1 . 4/24/2012
This could get quite interesting! Thanks for writing this story idea.
| Reishin Amara chapter 1 . 4/8/2012
WHO DO YOU THINK I AM? IM THE JUGGERNAUT BITCH. LOL I LOVE THIS POWER.
| pensuka chapter 1 . 3/25/2012
this is interesting i wonder what will happen next
| Guest chapter 1 . 2/25/2012
Dude, make more please! Also, it's a very good idea that you combined all chapters and really? You call this chapter short? It's very long in my opinion.
| Genjutsu Gladiator chapter 1 . 4/7/2011
Certain of your reviewers should stop spreading false information. Not one single technique taught in the academy is a genjutsu. They don't even teach how to FIGHT OFF genjutsu in the academy, let alone get into teaching actual genjutsu techniques.
All three of the jutsu taught in the academy (Henge no Jutsu, Bunshin no Jutsu, and Kawarimi no Jutsu) are ninjutsu, as noted in the data books.
For example, despite what fanon tries to say, Henge is a physical transformation for EVERYONE who uses it, not just Naruto. Enma and Gamabunta both used or suggested using it for that very reason.
And while I'm sure Naruto could potentially overload the Bunshin no Jutsu, at least two of the solid Bunshin use a fractionary amount of the user's power.
The Mizu Bunshin has ten percent of the user's power, which suggests that it is the weaker of the two techniques. So I guess I could see how even that MIGHT have the potential to be overloaded. Maybe.
The Kage Bunshin, on the other hand, gets an equal fraction of the user's power. How, exactly, can he overload that? The technique is sturdy enough that Naruto can make a single clone that has a whole HALF of his power without issue. This is the same guy who can pull out a thousand for TRAINING and continue to use chakra like water DURING that training.
I get that you're probably doing it because the idea of hundreds or thousands of Juggernaut powered Narutos running around seems like massive overkill. What would have even a chance of slowing down, not to mention hurting, a SINGLE clone... let alone hundreds or thousands of them?
However your explanation to avoid that is weak in the extreme, at best. There are other, far more believable, methods of handling it.
For instance, maybe the Juggernaut's magical invulnerability/power isn't transfered to Naruto's clones. They retain the size/look and a FRACTION of his strength, but they're fully capable of being harmed... and in turn dispersed.
Or maybe his clones come out as the old Naruto, since the magic of the change only affects the original and can't be copied. So his clones look nothing like Juggeruto, and are mostly useless, unless he or they use Henge no Jutsu... which the plain old Bunshin can't do. And Kage Bunshin would need him to learn an entirely different style for his clones to use, since they couldn't fight the way the original would.
Or maybe the magic behind the Juggernaut's power simply won't allow itself to be copied, and so it cancels any attempts at clones, altogether. Thus you get no clones, but the weak and rather pathetic "overload" excuse is turned into something more believable.
Finally, genjutsu. The Juggernaut's armor makes him immune to mental attacks of any kind. How, exactly, can genjutsu work on him when it is a mental attack?
I understand you feel the need to give him weaknesses, otherwise he would be too powerful for almost anyone to give him any trouble beyond avoid him altogether. But if you're going to do something that gimicky, then don't use a character whose powers are so clearly defined. Just make him a cheap ripoff who has the weaknesses you want, and only RESEMBLES the character.
For example, say Naruto is actually related to the Kaguya. He had the bloodline limit, but it was weak. When he activated the bloodline, the Kyuubi's demonic chakra mutated it and kicked it into overdrive.
As a result, Naruto's skeleton grew larger at a rapid pace and became unbelievably dense. While he couldn't reshape his bones or use them as weapons like the Kaguya could, his bones were impossible to cut or break.
In addition, the regeneration of the Kaguya was also mutated. Not only did Naruto heal and regenerate from nearly anything, which also allowed him to grow stronger at an inhuman pace AND push far beyond human limits, but it also made his skin nearly impervious to harm.
And there. You have a Juggernaut ripoff who is not immune to mental attacks. Still got the issue of clones, but it wouldn't be too hard to work something out for that, as well.
Anyway, hope it helps.
| Byakugan789 chapter 1 . 1/15/2011
Academy clones are genjutsu and while he's not likely to get the scroll this time shadow clones devide chakra evenly between the caster and any clones made. There is not way to overload it.
The orrigional team seven was crafted by best worst and best kunoichi. Since naruto was no longer dead last the team selection would need to be different. Only kakashi would remain because his assignment in cannon was naruto specifically, despite what fannon likes to believe.
Naruto managed to be a sneaky prankster despite being the most famous person in the entire village and wearing a rediculous bright orange jumpsuit, being big wouldn't hinder him that much, he'd just need to modifye his style a little.
The power of Cyttorak does three things. It maximises the users body based on their genetic potential, it increases healing and regeneration to the point where physical damage; while just as easy to cause as it would be without the gem, is a pointless excersize and finnaly acts as a force amplifyer exponentially increasing the effect any effort put into an action. A well trained bodybuilder could wrestle the juggernaught but let him get a punch in and you're going into LEO.
| Moral Conundrum chapter 1 . 9/10/2010
One problem. The juggernaut helmet shields the mind. With it on, Naruto should be COMPLETELY IMMUNE to genjutsu.
So, obviously, you changed that.
Otherwise, it's a funny fic. Not bad.
| alkkhes chapter 1 . 4/23/2010
cant wait to see him in the chuunin exams garara wont know what hit him lol XD please update soon
| Void chapter 1 . 11/3/2009
The test was fucking pathetic quit now while u r not just a head.
| Selonianth chapter 1 . 10/20/2009
Taijutsu? wtf does the JUGGERNAUT need taijutsu for? Point him in the general direction of something you want destroyed and have him run at it.
| Maloran chapter 1 . 9/25/2009
I thought the helmet protected the Juggernaut from all things that affect the mind unless the blasted thing was taken off. Wouldn't genjutsus fall under that protection? In fact, about the only ones that could cause JUggernaut Naruto problems in general are the Nara, and only if they ganged up on him.