Hagoromo Otsutsuki, when sealing Kaguya Otsutsuki in your form Ten-Tailed Beast, separated the immense chakra into Nine-Tailed Beasts, and set them to roam the Earth, with their own lives and personalities.
He did not create all Beasts with equal power. It is not known why, but he left some more powerful than others. There is no official explanation of how this division was made, however, despite Kurama – that of Nine Tails – to be the strongest of all and to believe that this has some relation with the number of tails of each Beast.
If Hagoromo did the division proportionately, there are three ways to find out mathematically how much stronger Kurama is in relation to the other Tailed Beasts.
Tails and more Tails …
Remembering that the chakra of all Tailed Beasts results in the chakra of the Ten-Tailed Beast, we can make the following account, where “C” represents the Tails of the Juubi and “c” represents the Tails of the Bijuu.
1c + 2c + 3c + 4c + 5c + 6c + 7c + 8c + 9c = 10C
45c = 10C
c = 0.2222222222C
Therefore, Kurama would have strength equivalent to approximately 2C, or 1/5 of Juubi’s total strength.
This would make it the strongest of all, but only slightly stronger than Gyuki, the 8-Tailed Beast, which would have a power equivalent to approximately 1.78C.
But it would make it 10x stronger than Shukaku, the 1-Tailed Beast, which would be about 0.2C.
Another way to divide the power of the Juubi proportionately would be to divide the power in half for each Bijuu and the number of tails would not be directly linked to the level of power.
9 Tails = 50% of Ten Tails
8 Tails = 25% of the Ten Tails
7 Tails = 12.5% of the Ten Tails
6 Tails = 6.25% of the Ten Tails
5 Tails = 3.125% of the Ten Tails
4 Tails = 1.5625% of the Ten Tails
3 Tails = 0.78125% of the Ten Tails
2 Tails = 0.390625% of the Ten Tails
1 Tails = 0.19953125% of the Ten Tails
In this scenario, Kurama would be 2x more powerful than Gyuki, which wouldn’t be so absurd, but it would be more than 250x more powerful than Shukaku, which doesn’t make that much sense.
In addition, the Nine-Tailed Fox would have equal power to all other Tailed Beasts combined.
Just a little bit stronger than the others
The last and most complex way to distribute the powers proportionally unequal would be to divide part of the power equally between the 9 and an “additional” for each tail.
In this case, it would be something like the equation below, where “C” and “c” are the same thing as the first possible division of powers that we explored:
10C = 9C + 45c
45c = 1C
c = 0.0222222222222C
In this case, Kurama would have the strength of 1.2C, while Gyuki would have the strength of approximately 1.18C, and Shukaku would have the strength of 1.02C.
Kurama would still be the most powerful Tailed Beast, but it would have a power difference of only 16% compared to the less powerful Beast, Shukaku.
The range of power between Kurama and Shukaku can be from 16% more for the Nine-Tailed Beast to up to 24900% more, depending on how Hagoromo Otsutsuki did the division of powers.
Using the facts from the series, where Kurama was able to face 5 beasts with Tails, besides the time that Kurama and Gyuki managed to annul the Bijuu Bomb of all the other beasts, I would bet on the first method, where the force is directly proportional only the number of tails.
And you, how do you think this division was made? Is Kurama really the strongest Beast?
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