Naruto: Why is Kurama so overtailed over the other tailed beasts?

Naruto: Why is Kurama so overtailed over the other tailed beasts? ...

The Sage of Six Paths created Kurama and the tailed beasts. Moreover, these massive chakra forms are believed to cause immense damage.

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Several theories are popular about why Kurama is thought to be more powerful than the other-tailed mammals.

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Kurama's sealed inside Naruto is inexorably strong, according to the first theory.

The first assumption implies that Kurama inside Naruto, the titular protagonist in the anime series, is more powerful than Kurama separately.

Several clues in the series suggest that a tailed beast is stronger when it is contained inside a host body. In addition, the host's strength also increases the beast's strength.

Naruto is the host of the 9 tails, and has been a Jinchuriki since he was born.

In addition, it is stated that the nine-tailed beasts had the most chakra compared to the other-tailed beasts. However, four tails has once told Naruto that the number of tails does not imply the strength of a beast.

Thus, the statement most likely implies that the tail might represent the beast's chakra reserves, but not its combat strength.

Kurama's overpowering tendency might be due to his greater reserves.

Kurama has the most tails, according to a second theory.

The second theory claims that a tailed beast's strength is proportional to the number of tails it has.

Kurama has the greatest tails among the other untailed beasts.

The power scaling of the tailed beasts is inversely-proportional rather than directly proportional. Thus, Kurama's powers are known to be more powerful when compared to the other-tailed beasts.

Kurama is the strongest-tailed beast because he has the largest piece of the chakra division in comparison to the ten-tails.