The final battle between Naruto and Sasuke at the Valley of the End is often considered the climax of the series Naruto . The final confrontation brings it all together Naruto and Sasuke learned in more than 500 episodes of the series. Because of that, this is a spectacular battle, with epic battle scenes and many types of ninjutsu displayed, creating beautiful visual art.
What is surprising is the author’s original idea Masashi Kishimoto This match is completely different from what viewers witnessed. In an interview with Fuji TV, Kishimoto revealed that his original idea was for the two characters not to use ninjutsu in the final battle. Instead, the fight will focus on hand-to-hand combat.
However, this idea was changed due to pressure from Shueisha’s editorial board, leading to a compromise. The fight will start with physical attacks and gradually incorporate more complex jutsu, such as Kirin’s Sasuke . In the end, the match ended in a dramatic way, both were exhausted and exhausted Sasuke admit defeat after both lose a hand.
Obviously, according to the original idea of Kishimoto then this will not be a great display of ninja skills but a more realistic and tragic battle.
This was also not the only time Kishimoto had to change his plans for the series due to pressure from the editorial board. He was also encouraged to include the Chunin Exams in the first part of the series.
Shueisha always maintains strict regulations for publishing, especially for very successful series such as Naruto . In both cases where changes were proposed, editorial intervention proved beneficial to the series. The Chunin Exams arc was highly praised, as was the final battle which became a fan favorite.
So will the final war between Naruto and Sasuke is equally attractive if the original idea of Kishimoto be kept or not? In Naruto There have been notable battles with little or no use of ninjutsu. Such as the confrontation between Kakashi and Obito in episode 375 of Naruto Shippuden.
The emotional intensity and sound effects of this battle prove that a battle without ninjutsu can be memorable. If the original plan of Kishimoto come true, the atmosphere of the final battle between Naruto and Sasuke It will definitely be different, but probably just as great.