WEFOUNDNature's Allies: Eight Conservationists Who Changed Our World


The tailed beasts ( 尾獣 , bijū ), sometimes referred to as " Chakra Monsters " ( チャクラのバケモノ , Chakura no Bakemono ), [1] are the nine titanic living forms of chakra created by the Sage of Six Paths out of the chakra from the Ten-Tails . [2] [3] They are differentiated by the number of tails they have, ranging from one to nine.

Over the centuries, humanity failed to recognise the tailed beasts as sapient individuals, instead seeing them only as monsters, demons, or mindless beasts worthy of fear and disdain. Because of their immense power, the tailed beasts were sought out by humans to be used as weapons in times of war. The beasts resented this treatment and came to hate humans, at times willingly becoming the monsters they were viewed as. [10] In order to harness the beasts' power, the villages began sealing them into humans, creating their own jinchūriki.

Tailed beasts are widely believed to be bestial in nature, incapable of the intelligence needed to fully utilise their immense strength. It is thought that only when sealed within humans are they able to benefit from the knowledge of their jinchūriki to use their powers effectively. [18] This is not actually true. However, the Ten-Tails does tend to make wanton use of its powers, not focusing its abilities towards whatever end would be most advantageous to it until sealed into a jinchūriki. [19]

The tailed beasts ( 尾獣 , bijū ), sometimes referred to as " Chakra Monsters " ( チャクラのバケモノ , Chakura no Bakemono ), [1] are the nine titanic living forms of chakra created by the Sage of Six Paths out of the chakra from the Ten-Tails . [2] [3] They are differentiated by the number of tails they have, ranging from one to nine.

Over the centuries, humanity failed to recognise the tailed beasts as sapient individuals, instead seeing them only as monsters, demons, or mindless beasts worthy of fear and disdain. Because of their immense power, the tailed beasts were sought out by humans to be used as weapons in times of war. The beasts resented this treatment and came to hate humans, at times willingly becoming the monsters they were viewed as. [10] In order to harness the beasts' power, the villages began sealing them into humans, creating their own jinchūriki.

Tailed beasts are widely believed to be bestial in nature, incapable of the intelligence needed to fully utilise their immense strength. It is thought that only when sealed within humans are they able to benefit from the knowledge of their jinchūriki to use their powers effectively. [18] This is not actually true. However, the Ten-Tails does tend to make wanton use of its powers, not focusing its abilities towards whatever end would be most advantageous to it until sealed into a jinchūriki. [19]

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