A stack of Icha Icha novels
A ring to celebrate his wedding with his wife
Letters from various kunoichi scattered among the Five Nations
Photos of a forbidden three-way with Chouza and Inoichi
The Seven Swords of the Mist
The One who Knows Everything
Sasuke wants to know everything.
He said he wants to destroy Konoha, but he can't be a child anymore, which is why he needs to learn everything there is to know before he decides what is the right thing to do.
When he said those very words... he had the flashback of Itachi saying that perhaps him and Sasuke together could have convinced their parents to not commit to the coup detat. Meaning that Itachi considered the possibily of the descision he made to not be the right one.
Right now, Sasuke wants to make sure that he makes the right descision in order to not make Itachi's sacrifice meaningless.
That means that he could want to talk to his parents in order to ;
- Learn if him and Itachi could have indeed convinced them to stop, and if so then it means that the Uchiha were killed for no reason as there was an other alternative
If they would have kept going, it means that it was a lost cause and that their death was needed in order to save the world, thus Konoha and itachi made the right descision and wanting revenge on them now isnt the right descision as shit was about to hit the fan anyways.
Last edited by insid3rkill3r; January 16, 2013 at 03:30 PM.
is the scroll is about how to perform edo tensei, kishi will be fucking trolling everybody, there is a big posibility that someone is going to be reanimate to learn the true bhind everything and edo tensei is a powerful weapon to concert the world but if is that damn kishi..
For the first time in a long time I felt like Naruto made a decent speech, one that didn't seem naive but one with him knowing full well he can try and he might fail, but in the end he'll continue on regardless.
Decent chapter, I'm kind of amused at Oro and Sasuke suddenly appearing in Konoha, yet they left it alone.
Regarding the matter;
There wasn't another alternative or so it seems. Two little kids wouldn't be able to change an entire clan's perspective. If Itachi couldn't do it, how could Sasuke know what to do at that age even if he knew? If there was another alternative as Itachi wants to believe, he would have already followed that action.
well, we got sarutobi clan now and kabuto got hold of madara blood, how?. who knows so having a corpse of an uchiha being killed in the massacre won't surprises me.
Oh, even in his unconscious clone, Naruto and his annoying smile is up there.
The one thing I really liked about the chapter (even though it's kind of enough with the speeches, geez) was Naruto saying that Neji should stay in his heart and not be revived in any illusion world. That and the flashbacks of the HQ-guys gives me hope that we really have some semi-main charakters dead, who won't be revived.
But why is Sakura on that awesome colour page? She is a complete nobody at this point, and I don't mean that in a bashful way. It's just that she has done nothing of importance and almost died twice of stupidity since the arrival of the army.
What you propose is possible, but in my opinion it would be too conclusive and final. In that scenario Naruto won't have any role in changing Sasuke, besides being an annoying stalker.
Orochimaru is also here for a reason, and not just to tag along as Sasuke's tourist guide. Besides Orochimaru wouldn't need to lead the way for Sasuke to his parent's graves. The only thing that makes sense and wouldn't destroy Sasuke's part of the story completely, would be a deeper secret.
The village didnt know of their hostility, so to the eyes of everyone except the elders and Sarutobi, they have lost their strongest clan, and their comrades of war, not some betrayers.
Kabuto went to get the strongest ninjas for his edo tenseis, while the Uchiha were the strongest along with the senju, it doesnt mean that they are stronger than who he has took under his control.
Itachi said that he believed now that perhaps him and Sasuke could have changed their parents's hearts. If he says so then its because that now, he knows things didnt go the way he wanted to, thus doesnt believe as much as he believed in the past when he was a mere 13 years boy that the descision he took was the right and only one.Quote:
He was facing a rediculous ultimatum, and he was only a kid.
Now he's more wise than hes ever been, and hes seen the result of his descision and what happened due to it. He could have talked to Sasuke like he himself said, and they would have tried.
When you realise that ur descision wasnt the right one, you naturally go and claim that the other one was likely the right one.
Chapter was a bit random to me, too many scene skips. Obito's comment about how those bonds made them who he is now felt a tad forced as well. Loved Naruto's speech though. And I'm pretty interested in what Sasuke and Orochimaru are up to as well. Not exactly the greatest episode considering the wait, but certainly enjoyable.
If there was someone Kabuto could revive and then hope to get on his side without even manipulating like puppets, it would be the Uchiha, who would follow Madara's lead to death this time.