okay this is bullcrap
hello people, now we know kishi doesnt treat naruto very well in this manga, but what i have wittnessed in chapter 355 and 356 was absolute bullcrap, the thing i am talking abou is kishis handling of revealing narutos secret(the kyuubi) to his frends in team 8.
not only that, but in the recent chapter kabuto was referencing naruto as nine tails and hinata didnt even give a "!" it was handled as nothing important. now you may be calling me a basher, the the kyubbi revealing was supposed to be the most climactic thing to narutos charicter. he was supposed to see if the friends he trusts would still want him ater hearing abut this. in stead in classic assholeriffic kishi fashion, it was treated as dull and unimportant. this would off been a perfect oppertunity for there to be a sense of uniqueness and deepness in narutos charicter,(as well as a good naruhina moment), but insead there was nothing:mad: . so to my fellow narutofans, how do you feel about kishi,yet again,missing an oppertinity to give narutos charitcer a sense of deepness to him.:smt086
P.S. to sasukefans, imagine if sasuke got the mangekyu sharigan and no big deal was made about it, you'll get the picture.
well it could be assumed that they already new naruto's situation at some point. Sakura learned it some time ago but in keeping with your argument I can agree to some extent on what you are saying. Then again wouldn't that just end up with the all tacky "naruto is naruto" speech that you see in so much anime. I would accept what you are saying if maybe sakura became afraid of him but where as hinta accepted him but meh.
If this was the way they revealed it then there is also the chance that the words "Bijuu" and "Jinchuuriki" are words that are not known to them. Look at what happened with Sakura, she had to ask the granny sand ninja for all that info because she was clueless. They could very well be like "Jinchuuriki? what's that?" They are ninja so I don't think that they would be asking questions but just following orders.
But to be fair there was no time for her to ask any questions she possibly had in mind, especially with that stunt Kabuto pulled (which got there attention)
i know it would be cliche to make them a naruto is still naruto speech,but it would still give a sense of deepness to naruto that was missing in the whole of part two, and would of given every side charictera spotlight about how the would feel about naruto.
also not to make this a naruhina pairing thread,but naruto is hinata's hero, and her theme was to be like naruto, this would have truly question her feeling about him if this kyubbi revealing would have been handled better
Well I could see it if they were directly effected like lost family members or for some characters a parent or two. Then that would be extremely interesting in the take that they would give on whether they like him or not or even try to kill him for having kyuubi inside.
dude now your reading my mind. it wasnt just an arc ago that asuma was killed and took a sensei from shika and his team 10. it would be a great plot twist if they abandoned him because "he's the reason" that all this bad shit is happening to kohona and putting them in danger. every caricter would have to wrstle with there emotion it i was the right thing to do and so on. and then it would be a good story of betrayal and redemption and so on. just my two cents;)
Originally Posted by Viscious
Didn't we just discuss this on 356 chapter thread..
Lets start again:
Naruto's secret, isn't a good secret because most of the konoha knows about him, otherwise they couldn't exclude him from society and all the history would be a plot hole.
Second like I stated, and people stated now:
"Biju" "Jinchuuriki" "xxx-bi" are new words for Naruto's CO.
Sakura didn't know about it. Neither will anyone of them.
So it will hold no meaning.
There is no time for explanations, and if any questions pops out. A simply "don't matter now, do your mission" will fix that..
I really doubt that any kid of naruto's age had their parent killed by the kyubi
Why? Thoses that got their parents killed by the Kyubi are in their mids 20 now. (Iruka for example)
Meaning, The people that Fear/Hate Naruto, and excluded him from society, are the kids that lost THEIR fathers that day.
So only if someone there have a grudge against the kyubi for killing their grandparents, I reallly doubt something will come up.
(just to make things little clear:
Ninja 1 + Ninja 2 have a Kid <Grandparents
Ninja 1 + Ninja 2 are killed by kyubi.
Ninja 1+2's Kid, marries and have a child < Parents
Child of Ninja 1+2 is excluded from Naruto for "unknown reason" < Naruto's Age kids
Ok, do any of you guys even read the fucking chapters?
Kakashi made cristal fucking clear that since Naruto was a Jinchuuriki and targeted by Akatsuki, he would go with Yamato and Hinata to back him up .
All of them already knew before the mission began, when they told Sakura back at the Gaara rescue mission, it was almost casual, why the fuck would Kishimoto turn that "revelation" into a drama with Hinata, who barely has any contact with Naruto?
Furious Fangirl: BECUASE SE HAS AI CROSH ON HEM!!
Grow up, Naruto being the nine tails is old news, get over it. Maybe both of them will talk about it if they set camp to rest.
i think it was the unnecessary mention of the kyuubi that created an inconsistancy. from the casual way kakashi mentioned the kyuubi, and the lack of any real reaction from the 2 teams in the recent chapters lead us to believe that they have no idea what the kyuubi is or they might have prior knowledge of the kyuubi within naruto. however we know that it is forbidden to discuss the kyuubi, and the only reason sakura knew of it was because she was the 5th's student. there was no need to mention the kyuubi, all kakashi had to say was naruto is the target and any response of why would be quashed with a simple no time to explain excuse. much of the kyuubi was made during the garaa and naruto fight and everything that lead up to it, it just seems odd that it is something that no longer carries any weight. in terms of the kabuto and naruto conversation i suppose we will have to wait to see the reaction in the next chapter of the conversation.
I agree with Viscious and Deathbringerpt... they may not know what a jinchuuriki is and even if they did they should already know about Naruto. The big climactic thing that you should be worried about is when Hinata finds out that using Kyuubi's chakra is killing Naruto. Now THAT'S something to whine about.