Naruto’s plot is long and at times events can seem very complicated and confusing. Plot twists and big battles help make Naruto a wonderful and memorable story, but Naruto’s life is marked by complicated events that happened long before he was born.
Naruto seems undaunted by the events happening around him. He firmly believes in his ability to overcome any obstacle and faces all the challenges that come his way while understanding very little of the world around him. There are many things about Naruto that are confusing to new or casual fans, but many things about Naruto are explained as the series continues.
10 Why is Sasuke moving away from the village?
Sasuke leaves Konoha to get stronger. He spent a long time looking for a way to defeat his brother. When he meets Orochimaru, he finally sees a way to get the training he’s looking for.
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Even after the deaths of Orochimaru and Itachi, Sasuke does not return to the village. There is always something that keeps him away. He cannot easily return to the village after becoming a missing child. His anger also prevents him from going home.
9 What happened to the people Kakashi loved?
In a moment of anger, Sasuke threatens the people that Kakashi loved. Sasuke didn’t realize that no one else could understand his pain. Kakashi had already lost everyone he cared about.
His father committed suicide after the village disagreed with his actions. All members of Kakashi’s team died. His sensei had died defending the village. He had had to kill Rin with his own hand. He had seen Obito die supposedly in front of him. The pain of Kakashi’s past would slowly reveal itself as the series continued.
8 Why does the Uchiha clan have to die?
When he is introduced to Sasuke for the first time, he is seen as a brilliant genius. The pain of his past is not revealed until later. Sasuke won’t understand the full scope of his brother’s actions until years after his clan’s slaughter.
His clan was unhappy with the way they had been treated. They had been blamed for the attack by the Nine Tails that killed the Fourth Hokage. The Uchiha planned to try to take the village. At the time, no one knew who was truly responsible for the attack. Even the Uchiha did not know that a member of the clan was the real responsible.
7 Why doesn’t Kakashi teach Naruto his special jutsu?
There was a time when Sasuke and Kakashi went to special training. While they were out, Kakashi taught Sasuke his signature jutsu. Naruto also wanted to learn the jutsu. Kakashi gave him some half instructions.
It wasn’t revealed until later that the jutsu can only be used in its entirety by a member of the Uchiha Clan. The jutsu requires the use of the Sharingan. Kakashi cannot teach Naruto the Chidori because Naruto does not have the necessary kekkei genkai.
6 Why are some jutsu forbidden?
The first episode of Naruto introduces the idea of the forbidden jutsu. Naruto quickly mastered the Shadow Clone Jutsu. The jutsu was considered forbidden due to the amount of chakra required to use it. Naruto’s impressive chakra reserves help him to use the technique to its full potential.
There are many reasons why a jutsu can be marked as forbidden. A jutsu can be forbidden if it is extremely dangerous to the person using it, if the jutsu causes a lot of damage, or if the jutsu counteracts the laws of nature.
5 What happened to the Uzumaki clan?
Everyone in the series has a clan. Clans are extensive and extremely important families in the world of Naruto. Naruto seems to be the only person in his clan. Its absence is never fully explained. Naruto seems to know practically nothing about the clan.
Before the series began, the Uzumaki Clan had been completely destroyed. Naruto was left alone. Only a few scattered members of the Uzumaki Clan were left alive.
4 Why do young children become Jinchuriki?
Naruto and Gaara were possessed by tailed beasts from a young age. Both boys had their lives relatively ruined by their status as jinchuriki. They are alienated by having these beasts within them.
The jinchuriki are given special powers thanks to the tailed beasts within them. People who are Jinchuriki are considered assets for their village. Although Naruto and Gaara are ostracized, their villages would have treated them as weapons.
3 When does Sasuke fall in love with Sakura?
Sasuke and Sakura’s relationship is the subject of much discussion. At first glance, their relationship doesn’t make much sense. Sakura made it clear that she had feelings for Sasuke from the beginning. Sasuke’s feelings for Sakura are less clear.
Sasuke always cared about Sakura and appreciated her. It seems that he already feels something for her when she leaves the village. She confesses to him and he responds by thanking her. He doesn’t officially return her feelings until the second time he leaves. Sasuke subtly shows his affection for her throughout the series, although this is sometimes most noticeable in their interactions in the manga.
2 Why does Naruto care so much about Sasuke?
Naruto goes out of his way to try to help his friend. After Sasuke leaves, all Naruto does is try to get his friend back to the village. Naruto and Sasuke’s lives parallel in interesting ways. There’s a reason Naruto finds Sasuke’s journey so closely related to his own.
Both Naruto and Sasuke had faced ostracism from the village. Both boys had lost their parents and their clans, so Naruto is able to relate to Sasuke like no one else.
1 Why does Naruto have no one?
From the beginning, Naruto’s orphan status is well known. It seems that he has no friends or family. It seems that there is no one who cares about Naruto. His situation is not explained until later.
His parents died when he was a newborn baby, leaving him completely alone; he had no other family to turn to. In the end, her father is revealed to be the Fourth Hokage, who died protecting the village. His mother was weakened by the birth of Naruto and the loss of Kurama.