(08-07-2014, 02:53 PM)Star_Of_Hope Wrote:
(08-07-2014, 02:48 PM)MelloLily Wrote: However, Gaara has his defense shield. While Tsunade is using chakra healing, he is kept safe in sand with barely any chakra being used. Plus, the reserved chakra for Tsunade is limited, it doesn't last long. I think in a fight like this, it depends on who can continue using their techniques the longest, and in this case, I bet Gaara has more chakra and uses less chakra for his techniques.
Gaara's emotional stability isn't good.He gets distracted easily and he suffered a lot.That being said,tsunade has a way with her words. Her senju power is great too. (Senju power deals with the agility of her body .She belongs to one of the great clans after all)
Gaara's weakness is "water" and tsunade's summoning beast is a bit related to water(more like slime which is powerful than water)
If we're talking about a fight with how Gaara is right now in the series (rather it is anime or manga), his emotional issues are gone. He even had a talk with his father in the fight during the current war, and his father apologized and said that he does love Gaara. Gaara is now at peace with everything.
And while we're on the topic of emtional states, Tsunade has a fear of blood. True, she overcame it. But you never know what could trigger it to come back. The only reason why it really stopped was because she realized she was hokage and couldn't let that weaken her.
Whereas Gaara used to be clueless on what bleeding meant, but now that he has bleed, it is no longer a surprise or an issue.
So in other words, if we're comparing emotional states, they both have it. And personally, I think Gaara has no chance of going back to his depression. And Tsunade wouldn't either.
Going to your water theory, I think the slime is more of an acid. But yes, it would slow down the sand. So I won't deny that would hinder Gaara.
But I still think in a serious fight to the death, Gaara would win. And that goes back to him becoming a kage at such a young age (16) and he still has potential, being at such an age.