was a legendary shinobi who led the Uchiha clan prior to, and after the formation of Konohagakure. After allying with his rival, Hashirama Senju and the Senju clan, he and his clan helped in the founding of Konoha. After being reincarnated by Kabuto Yakushi during the Fourth Shinobi World War, he becomes one of the major antagonists in the series.
Before the era of ninja villages, Madara and his younger brother, Izuna,
were considered the most gifted members of the Uchiha clan. Even by his
clan's standards, Madara's chakra was especially strong. He grew up constantly competing and training with Izuna and in their efforts to surpass each other, each awakened their Mangekyō Sharingan.
With the power of the Mangekyō, the two brothers took control of the
clan, with Madara becoming its leader. Under his leadership, the clan
conquered all they came across. Because of the never-ending series of
battles at the time, Madara eventually began to suffer from overuse of
the Mangekyō Sharingan, leaving him blind. In order to regain his sight
he took Izuna's eyes for himself, granting him an "eternal" Mangekyō
Sharingan with which he led the Uchiha clan to prosperity. While Itachi claimed that Madara took Izuna's eyes without his consent, Tobi,
while retelling this event to Sasuke, stated that Izuna willingly gave
up his eyes to Madara for the good of his brother and clan.
Over the years, the Uchiha had constantly fought with the equally powerful Senju clan and as such, Madara had an undying rivalry with Hashirama Senju, the leader of the Senju clan.
To bring an end to the constant fighting, Hashirama approached the
Uchiha with an offer of peace. Although Madara never wanted peace with
the Senju, the rest of the Uchiha wished to end the fighting, and Madara
had no choice but to accept. The Senju, the Uchiha, and all the clans they had conquered came together to form the village of Konohagakure. Some time later, the villagers of Konoha selected Hashirama as the village's first Hokage, prompting Madara to contest him for the position. During the time he was a shinobi of Konohagakure, Madara approached Mū and Ōnoki where he informed them that despite the alliance that Iwagakure had made with Konoha, his village was to remain the dominant power and that from that point on, they would obey Konoha. Afterwards, Madara fought and defeated them when they engaged him in battle.
After realising that he would not be able to replace Hashirama as
Hokage, Madara began to fear that Hashirama would begin to oppress the
Uchiha and tried to rally support for challenging his leadership. Rather
than help him, however, the Uchiha turned their backs on Madara,
believing he only desired to rekindle the flames of war. Abandoned by his clan, Madara left the village, sought out Kurama, and subdued it using his Sharingan. He later returned in order to challenge Hashirama in battle. They fought at the site that would someday be called the Valley of the End, where Madara was beaten, despite controlling Kurama and having it at his side. Possession of Kurama was ultimately taken from him by Hashirama's wife, Mito, and Madara was believed to have died.
In spite of this, Madara was able to survive the battle and go
into hiding. He then used Hashirama's cells, which he had acquired on
the battlefield, and transplanted them into his wounds. Though he noted that nothing happened at first, when he was nearing the end of his natural lifespan, he awakened the Rinnegan. He also acquired the Wood Release kekkei genkai, and with both Senju and Uchiha DNA — the ability to summon the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path. He later transplanted his Rinnegan eyes into Nagato without the young man knowing, and replaced his left eye with a spare Sharingan.
When he met Obito years later, Madara had been reduced to using the
Demonic Statue of the Outer Path as a life support system, constantly
being supplied chakra by it or else he would die immediately. Also from the stolen cells of Hashirama, Madara used the statue to cultivate a living clone of Hashirama.
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