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And will Naruto and Sasuke eventually end up together? But for those of you who theorized and wished for a Naruto and Hinata relationship, get your confetti out and celebrate! What a day, and what a fight it turned out to be. Thankfully, it did hold the real Madara too, because once that coffin opened. Sasuke Uchiha is a fictional character in the Naruto manga and anime franchise created by . He wanted to explain the connection between Sasuke and Sakura in the . Sugiyama stated that by the end of the series, Sasuke realized how much he had . Sasuke initially prepares to fight Naruto but instead decides to protect. How would the battle with Sasuke and Naruto vs Madara end like??? #Naruto Shippuuden Fans. Report this thread. Compose Reply.
Despite their separation during Sasuke's mission, which draws him away from his village, the story explains the bond between the three characters. Kishimoto focused on the final scene of the Uchiha family, which he regards as the spin-off's most important facet.
Naruto the Moviein which he teaches Naruto's firstborn child, Boruto Uzumaki ; a reference to Piccolo and Gohan in Akira Toriyama 's Dragon Ball manga series and also depicted in the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Kishimoto identified Naruto's fights alongside Sasuke against Momoshiki as the highlights of the film and asked that the film's staff pay close attention to those sequences.
Two other scenes written by the staff which surprised Kishimoto were Sasuke's use of one of his taijutsu moves and the combination of his Susanoo technique and Naruto's recreation of the Nine-Tailed Fox. He found the name "Chidori" and its variant, the "Lightning Blade", appropriate. He lacked a clear idea of how his face should look, saying Sasuke seemed older than Naruto, his contemporary,  and felt this inconvenience was a result of his inexperience in drawing characters who were mature beyond their years.
Originally, Kishimoto had wanted to draw him as a more attractive person, but the idea was discarded. An outfit he initially planned combined the younger Sasuke's outfit with new, more modern clothes. Kishimoto tried several other looks, including the use of Shimenawa to evoke the antagonist Orochimaruand a turtleneck and military uniform to connote cleanliness.
Naruto the MovieKishimoto gave Sasuke a new, young-adult design with sharper facial features. According to Kishimoto, he decided to give the character a large hood because Sasuke concealed his identity during the events of the film. Sasuke's design was specifically created to support his actions; the area that showed Sasuke had lost his left arm in the Naruto finale was also covered by his clothes.
At the beginning of the anime's first partSugiyama had difficulty voicing Sasuke because he knew little about his personality; he began to understand the character at the point in the story where Sasuke encounters his brother, Itachi Uchiha. Sugiyama read the manga and became particularly interested in Sasuke's development when the character left Konohagakure; he wanted to revoice some scenes from the animeincluding Sasuke's departure from Konohagakure.
Shippudenin which Sasuke learns the truth about his brother's role in the massacre of the Uchiha clan. Due to his friendly nature, tenacity, empathy, unique charisma, and his ability to change people, Naruto Uzumaki has built many relationships over the course of the series that have defined him and others. Contents Kurama Naruto and Kurama's antagonistic relationship.
A relationship that shaped Naruto's character, albeit unintentionally, was with the tailed beast that was sealed within him since the day he was born, Kurama — the Nine-Tails. Despite learning the truth of his nature during his fight with Mizukiit was thanks to Iruka's kindness that convinced Naruto to continue trying to gain the villagers' acknowledgement.
Kurama had an intense hatred toward humans, for they had treated the fox and its tailed beast brethren nothing more than monsters worthy of fear and disdain, as well as powerful weapons to exploit, for centuries.
Ever since its sealing within Naruto, Kurama, believing that he wouldn't be any different, plotted to use the young shinobi 's dependence on its power to break free from the seal. Their relationship soon became even more antagonistic when Naruto discovered that he could potentially kill his comrades while under the fox's influence, which made him resolve to rely on his own power and find other ways to get stronger.
With his mother and B's help, Naruto managed to best Kurama in combat and take most of its chakra. During the start of the Fourth Shinobi World WarKurama tried instil doubt into Naruto by telling him that shouldering the hatred of an entire war was futile and reminding him of his failure to save Sasuke from revenge, but Naruto refuted with brimming confidence that regardless of the odds, he would still find a way to do something about them, before the young shinobi promised to someday resolve the fox's own hatred as well.
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Kurama then intentionally aided Naruto when the reincarnated Madara was fighting against one of Naruto's shadow clones and the Fourth Divisionsaying it would rather choose Naruto than be manipulated by the Uchiha again. Two years later, having been restored to its complete self with its other half, Kurama is shown willing to fight alongside Naruto both from within his subconscious and alongside the shinobi as two separate entities.
Family Minato Namikaze Minato placing his trust in Naruto. Despite not knowing that the Fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze was his father, Naruto had expressed the utmost respect for him.
Though angry at Minato's chakra imprint at first once learning of their relation and that it was his own father who sealed Kurama inside of him, Naruto quickly got over his anger and expressed pride in being the Fourth Hokage's son, which is aided by Minato expressing remorse for the act. Before departing, Minato had one final conversation with Naruto, congratulating him for finally ending the war and wished him a happy birthday, with Naruto promising to do his best to follow the teachings Kushina and Minato left him.
Kushina Uzumaki Kushina thanks her son before fading into the afterlife.
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During his training to control Kurama's power, Naruto tearfully embraced his mother Kushina Uzumaki when her chakra imprint came to his aid. Naruto found his mother is similar to him in terms of personality, and also complimented on her red hair as "beautiful", saying that it would have been good if he had straight, red hair.
After learning how his parents met each other, and how they died in what actually occurred during Kurama's attack on Konoha, Naruto told his mother that he could finally understand what a parent's love felt like and that he didn't blame them, instead feeling glad to be their son.
However, this unknowingly interfered with Hinata's attempts to give Naruto a red scarf she knitted to confess her feelings for him. He would later stop wearing his mother's scarf in Hinata's presence after realising his own feelings for Hinata. Unarguably one of the closest relationships Naruto ever had, Jiraiya indirectly played a role in his life even before he was born, as he was mentor to both Minato and to Nagato due to being foretold that a student under him would be destined for greatness.
He was also the one who gave Naruto his name, with the boy named after the protagonist in his " The Tale of the Utterly Gutsy Shinobi " novel, thus making him Naruto's godfather.
Because of Orochimaru 's defection, and learning of the Akatsuki 's existence, Jiraiya was forced to leave the village to spy on the organisation and was unable to take care of his godson during the first twelve years of his life. Every single fight in this arc is extremely cool.
They made Choji, fat kid who turns into a balloon tank, cool in this arc. I guess Sakura is pretty useless at this point and that Neji is just a better Hinata, but what about Tenten and her bazillion weapons? Anyway, the way this arc escalated is on point. This arc has so many iconic and memorable moments for me - the reveal of Pain as the Akatsuki leader, the reveal of Pain as a former student of Jiraiya, the mystery of why his appearance has swapped with another one of his students, the fakeout with Itachi coming off as a psychopath only to be revealed as a good guy all along, the battle between Jiraiya and Pain and Sasuke and Itachi, this arc was the ultimate payoff for staying with the series and I loved every second of it.
Like the arc above, it felt like the climax of the series in many ways. The stakes never felt higher than this, either before or after, which is ironic considering the War arc involved the entire world and not just Konoha.
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I would say his Shadow Clone and Rasengan nonsense can only remain interesting for so long, and Sage Mode and the toad summons were a great addition to his arsenal. Honestly, he could have just become the Hokage after this and the series could have ended here, especially since Sasuke had a perfectly valid reason to rescind his revenge plot at this point.
The beginning of the series decline is when Nagato uses a magic jutsu to undo all the damage he did.
Sasori and Deidara delivered on this hype in spades. I do have some complaints with this arc, however. Neji got a cool long range attack he never used again. RIP Team Gai after this arc. The lowest point of Part 1, but not a bad arc by any means. The Sannin dynamic was effective before the series became littered with exact parallels and Tsunade and Jiraiya are both amazing characters that add more subtance to an already existing villain.
This arc also has Naruto learning a new technique something that should have happened far more often after this and - my favorite part - the introduction of Itachi, Kisame, and Akatsuki as a whole.
He takes out the known badass that is Kakashi and establishes himself and his organization as an extreme threat. Kisame is just as cool. I still think these two had my favorite dynamic out of any of the Akatsuki members. I think these are the two weakest in terms of impact and appeal Akatsuki members, but I loved how the focus shifted to another team for once. I actually feel like Naruto had no reason to even be in this arc.
Rasenshuriken was cool, I guess, but he felt like he was there just because he was the main character. Unfortunately this arc apparently got lower ratings than normal and resulted in Kishimoto never focusing on the other Konoha Kids again.
As a side note, I think this arc got the closest to bringing back that gritty ninja world feeling of the early arcs, probably because it finally gave the world room to breathe without focusing too much on the main cast. Minato is also just a super badass and his fight with The Masked Man was incredibly cool to watch.
This arc added a lot of weight to the Nine-tails story and fleshed out Naruto as a character. I do love the worldbuilding in this arc and the participation of the other villages, as well as the gallery of new and awesome characters we get to see doing new and awesome things.
I also think Danzo and Root are effective villains, particularly because they uproot the idea that the Leaf are good guys and bring evil from within. I actually just really like Danzo as a character, from his backstory with the Third to his understandable but still detestable philosophy. This arc loses major points for bad writing on the part of Sasuke, despite his actual actions being badass. If he were written to have different motivations and did the exact same things he did here I would have placed it much, much higher as there really is a lot to love about it otherwise.
Now that I think about it, the same goes for Naruto and the other kids. Everything about the main cast is assassinated here in favor of newer and cooler characters. Ironically, this has some of my favorite moments in the series, such as Itachi fighting alongside Sasuke, Nagato fighting in his original body, and most of all, the Madara and Hashirama flashbacks. Madara is also the absolute best villain in the series on a surface level.
The idea that this ancient warrior has come back from the dead is cool to begin with, and then he has the added appeal of being an Uchiha and the backstory he brings with that. Unfortunately, the pacing is terrible in this arc, and many of the revived characters returning feels contrived and like straight-to-DVD material. Kabuto is not an effective villain. Had he remained the unwitting pawn of Madara it would have been much better.
The nonsense with Kaguya was totally unnecessary and made an already bloated arc feel even more bloated. This arc has a lot of good ideas and some standout moments that are ultimately drowned by extremely poor pacing and lackluster writing.
Nothing happens in this arc.