At the begining of the manga, Naruto obviously proclaims that his dream is to become Hokage one day, however do you think his legacy will end up as such?
After reading chapter 499, my thoughts about Naruto being Rikodou Sennin re-born (or, at least a person that matches the characteristics of the younger brother in Madara's story [found here] have been re-affirmed, with the statement made by the Kyuubi on page 15, http://mangastream.com/read/naruto/89152425/15.
With this becoming an increasing probability, what heights do you think Naruto is destined to reach?
Guessing he is going to be put into a level that will be remembered as a legend and as the years go by his legend will be argued as myth by cynical historians of their world, claiming NO one could change a world's system so radically in a lifetime! Something like wht the Rikodu Sennin is like!
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Re: What heights will Naruto reach?
Knowing that Naruto is a shonen jump manga. He's going to either die saving a hella lot of people, or defeat the final enemy (sasuke, madara, some other enemy) and become Hokage.
Current Theories/Beliefs for Bleach:
-Barragan and Halibel arn't goners yet-Confirmed
-Ukitake has an absorb and redirect type shikai (think baby nel vs. Dardonii's cero)-Confirmed
-The VL army/group that Aizen supposedly has doesn't exist-Pending/Waiting for confirmation on Wonderweiss
-The Vizards have ulterior motives, by ulterior I mean they arn't just going to be goody-two-shoes and help out the SS that betrayed them just to get back at Aizen-Pending
Naruto legacy still has alot of unknows to it. Right now Naruto is a very powerful shinobi and i put him in the top three amongst the living. To be known as the most powerful shinobi ever (including RS), its not likely. Naruto need to first show that he is capeable of defeating Powerful opponents by himself without out needing help from dead parents.