Before the end Naruto Shippuden, the abilities for catastrophic revival and destruction have been thoroughly demonstrated by the powerful shinobi, and these forbidden jutsu are hinted at as early as chapter one of the series. New Naruto content has been developed to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the manga’s debut. The winner of the worldwide popularity poll, the Fourth Hokage Minato will receive the official Naruto spinoff manga from manga creator Masashi Kishimoto. The recent excitement surrounding the series has inspired many fans to re-read the Naruto series, which contains a lot of surprising premonitions for the series’ future events.
In the first chapter of Naruto, the young troublemaker is tricked into stealing a secret manuscript called the Sealing Scroll, which is locked in a secure room in the Hokage’s mansion. This room is said to contain many scrolls containing forbidden arts so powerful that the First Hokage felt the need to seal them. The manuscript Naruto stole contained numerous forbidden techniques, but the boy only had time to memorize one, the Shadow Clone Technique. Had it been more than half a day, Naruto might have had access to the most powerful ninjutsu in Naruto history.
Mizuki is a Konoha ninja who convinced Naruto to steal a large scroll containing powerful ninjutsu. It is not clear exactly how many possibilities are in the scroll. However, before being defeated by one of Naruto’s abilities, Multiple Shadow Clone Techniques, Mizuki declared, “The book you stole…it’s your slave tool!” If what he’s saying is true, then the secret manuscript Naruto stole contains both the forbidden Shadow Clone jutsu Naruto learned and the ability the Fourth Hokage used to seal the Nine-Tails into his son. With such high-level skills in one roll of it, and the room in which it resides, it is likely to contain secrets related to ninjutsu seen later in the series, such as the Uchiha’s Sharingan ability, Reanimation and even time/space ninjutsu.
With more time, Naruto might have learned another forbidden Jutsu
The story of the series could have turned out much differently if Naruto had learned to perform a second-level jutsu like the First Hokage’s mysterious Wood Buddha ninjutsu. There was a reason why finding Naruto and the scroll was such an important task for the Third Hokage. Although many of the anime’s sub-episodes are considered unofficial, a short one revealed more information about Mizuki and his fact that he was a secret follower of Orochimaru. In his quest to impress Orochimaru, who would become one of the most powerful villains of the first series, he planned to steal the Sealing Scroll. Unfortunately for him, he helped Naruto begin his journey to becoming Hokage.
Many of Naruto’s most feared villains, such as Madara Uchiha and Orochimaru, grew up and learned many of their abilities while growing up in Konoha. After defeating Madara, it made sense for the First Hokage to conceal everything he knew about the many techniques his old best friend had in his possession for fear that they would one day be used to hurt others. innocent. Those abilities and the many abilities created and learned throughout Konoha’s history can be found in the Hokage mansion, which could come in handy during one of the many Konoha attacks over the last century. naruto series.
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