Naruto uzumaki

Naruto Uzumaki
naruto character
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Naruto Uzumaki by Masashi Kishimoto
First appearance Naruto manga chapter 1
Naruto anime episode 1
Voiced by Japanese
junko takeuchi
English
Maile Flanagan
Notable relatives

Minato namikaze(father, deceased)
Kushina Uzumaki (mother, unconfirmed status)[3]
Ninja rank Genin
Ninja team Team 7

Character outline

Personality


Naruto as he appears in PartII
Shortly after Naruto was born, his father, the Fourth Hokage,[18] sealed the dangerous Nine-Tailed Demon Fox within Naruto's body at the cost of his own life, leaving Naruto without a family.[19] Although it is revealed that Naruto had a mother called Kushina Uzumaki, Kishimoto has denied to reveal her status.[3] As a result of him being the demon fox's host, the villagers of Konoha hold a strong animosity for Naruto. Thus, he never has a source of love or attention during his early childhood.[20] Desiring what he lacks in his early life, Naruto dreams of becoming Hokage, the village's leader, hoping that it will bring him the villagers' recognition and respect.[21] To assist him in gaining this title, Naruto possesses a fierce determination, always confident he can complete a given task with relative ease.[22] Although he does not always complete his tasks, Naruto's efforts prove successful as the series progresses; many characters reach the conclusion that Naruto will someday be an excellent Hokage.[23] Since his childhood, Naruto has commonly made jokes to attract attention. He sometimes goes to the point of transforming into a naked woman to ridicule whoever may be bothering him. This even causes his pupil, Konohamaru Sarutobi, to emulate his techniques and jokes.[20]
Occasionally, Naruto's determination results in those around him adopting some of his traits, such that in Part II his teacher, Kakashi Hatake, notes this to be Naruto's unique power.[24] In the aftermath of fighting Naruto, Gaara discovers that true strength is found in fighting for one's friends, not for oneself.[25] These character metamorphoses serve as the moral for the arcs they take place in, and subsequently become the creed for the particular character's life.[26] After Jiraiya's death, Naruto becomes determinated to kill Pain, Jiraiya's murderer. However, he later decides not to kill Pain and that he will break the hatred's cycle as Jiraiya wanted.
Through his ability to change others, Naruto gains the friends he lacks during his childhood. Among the many friendships he forms, none are more prominent in the series than those he has with his two teammates: Sasuke Uchiha and Sakura Haruno. With Sasuke, Naruto shares a highly competitive relationship which he likens to brotherhood.[27] Though Sasuke betrays Naruto and the rest of Konoha at the end of Part I, Naruto maintains his attachment to Sasuke, readily lashing out at anyone who speaks poorly of him.[28] Naruto possesses a deep dedication to Sakura, rooted in the crush he has on her for years. Naruto's commitment to Sakura is so strong that he is willing to do anything to make her happy, vowing that someday he will return Sasuke to Konoha not only for her sake, but also because Sasuke is the closest thing he had to a brother.[29]

Abilities


Naruto in a one-tailed fox cloak forming the Rasengan
Because of the demon fox sealed within him, Naruto has access to its great reserves of chakra, a form of energy which allows ninja to perform supernatural feats. This surplus of chakra allows him to perform ninja abilities that someone of his age would ordinarily be incapable of using.[20] Though portions of the fox's chakra constantly mix with Naruto's own,[30] Naruto can forcibly draw upon its reserves by either submitting to rage[31] or by directly asking the fox for a donation of its strength.[32] Once the demon fox chakra releases, a fox-shaped shroud envelops Naruto, with the number of tails, ranging from one to nine, indicating its current state of release. The fox also heals all of Naruto's potentially deadly injuries upon release. While each tail drastically increases his fighting strength, Naruto begins to lose his rationality as more tails appear, completely losing himself once the fourth tail appears.[33] Because the demon fox's power can quickly become a danger to those he cares for, Naruto attempts to limit his reliance on and usage of the power.[34]
Naruto takes advantage of his expanded chakra reserves throughout the series. His first and most recurring example of this is the Shadow Clone Technique, which creates any number of physical copies of the user, but requires large amounts of chakra.[20] Though most ninjas can create only a few shadow clones, Naruto's vast chakra allows him to create hundreds of clones at once without worrying about fatigue.[35] He finds a number of uses for these clones, among them overwhelming opponents, scouting large areas, and training in a short period of time.[36] His ability to summon toads to aid him in battle relies on the fox's chakra, since he can only summon larger toads with the fox's help.[32] He also learns senjutsu, a power-enhancing ability derived from frogs and involving the gathering of natural energy.[37]
Naruto favors the Rasengan, a concentrated orb of spiraling chakra first created by his father.[22] When performing the technique, Naruto creates shadow clones to help him manipulate the chakra into its proper shape.[38] While capable of grinding into whatever it touches and causing great damage, Minato created the Rasengan with the intention of infusing it with his own elemental chakra.[39] Through repeated training with his shadow clones, Naruto infuses the Rasengan with his own wind chakra.[40] This results in the creation of the Wind Style: Rasenshuriken (風遁・螺旋手裏剣 Fūton: Rasenshuriken?), which damages anything it impacts on the cellular level but, when first used, also acuumulates injury to Naruto. Through his sage training and mastery of Senjutsu, Naruto solves this problem by learning to throw the Rasenshuriken at his targets rather than ramming it into them.[41]

Plot overview

As the title character of the series, Naruto appears in every arc, typically playing a prominent role for the duration of the arc. During Part I, Naruto drives few of the conflicts, as he spends his time improving his ninja abilities and pursuing his own goals while the overarching events occur elsewhere. Following the invasion of Konohagakure, by Orochimaru and Sunagakure, Naruto discovers Akatsuki, a fictional criminal organization that seeks to extract the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox from his body. Though Jiraiya drives them off during this first meeting, Akatsuki's interactions with Naruto become a more central conflict in Part II.[42] It is not until Sasuke attempts to leave Konohagakure that Naruto takes a leading role in the plot, joining a team of ninja dedicated to stopping Sasuke from joining forces with Konoha's enemy Orochimaru.[29] Naruto and Sasuke ultimately have a one-on-one battle, though neither can convince himself to finish off the other.[43] The two go their separate ways, but Naruto does not give up on Sasuke, leaving Konoha together with Jiraiya for two-and-a-half years of training to prepare himself for the next time he meets Sasuke.[44]
Upon his return to Konoha in Part II, Naruto begins to deal more actively with the Akatsuki threat. He first saves Gaara from Akatsuki's clutches,[45] and later proves instrumental in the downfall of Kakuzu.[46] After learning that Jiraiya has been killed by the Akatsuki leader, Pain, Naruto trains to the point that, when they finally face off, he defeats all of Pain's six bodies, and convinces the real Pain, Nagato to leave Akatsuki. Still, Naruto dedicates himself to finding and retrieving Sasuke. He and the rest of his team briefly locate Sasuke prior to his confrontation with Kakuzu, but Sasuke's rapid development provides an opponent the team cannot handle.[47] After creating his new jutsu, Naruto and company resume the search. Though they eventually find Sasuke's brother, Itachi, after losing Sasuke's trail they return home.[48] After learning that Sasuke has joined forces with Akatsuki, as well as the truth about Sasuke's past, Naruto decides to confront Sasuke himself.

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