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it means that naruto can go beyond power like kcm (kyuubi chakra mode). it gives him the ability to summon the real 9 tailed fox while being on some strong mode check out naruto manga chapter 571 for more details XD

Q: What does naruto bijuu mode mean?

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The mean. Or the mode.

There is no direct relationship between the mean and mode.

There is not much point in calculating the mean or mode of a single number. The mean of 5 is 5. The mode of 4 is 4.

the median and mode are but the mean is not

The median is 9 and the mode is 18 and the mean is 11

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Um...O.o No. Kyuubi is the title of the bijuu sealed inside of Naruto. Naruto's mother was Uzumaki Kushina.

Beat the story mode

no but there is a naruto setting when he learns to use the sage mode

A bijuu is a tailed beast and considered q demon in the World of Naruto. Japanese mythology also makes references to this beast.

the bijuu are like animals like the nine tailed fox or the sand spirit inside of gaara, when they have a host like naruto has nine tailed fox u call the host a jinchuriki

itachi is better than naruto without sage mode but with sage mode naruto is stronger and faster

Jinchuuriki literaly means "Power of Human Sacrifice" or "Spiritualist Medium." Since the Bijuu hosts were only used as weapons by their village and treated like crap. Since most of them can harness the Monsters power like Killer Bee, Unlike Naruto who goes insane if he just grows 1 tail he loses all control and sense of himself.Sometimes when the Akatsuki come to take 'em away the village is happy or just gives the Jincuuriki to them.

naruto because hes in sage mode (sage mode is when u become 10 times stronger)

Naruto does not combine the sage mode with the Kyuubi`s eye because when naruto went through the sage mode, he turns little bit into a frog. You should read more Naruto Shippuuden manga chapters.

Arcade mode is survival mode

beat story mode

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