Naruto’s world

The seriousness of Naruto’s story is often mixed with sheer silliness, but it all serves a purpose, propelling the young superhero forward on his path of adventure and growth.

After meeting Konohamaru, the annoying and aggressive grandson of the village Hokage, Naruto shows him no mercy and punches him before heading out the door. The boy, who seeks to become the village’s next great master ninja, The Fifth Hokage, becomes Naruto’s follower, trying at first to remain invisible, but his efforts are ridiculously inadequate. He quickly learns to respect the older and somewhat wiser Naruto, and decides that he must become a student of the new graduate.

We are then presented with information about the ninja’s power source, a substance that Naruto incorrectly identifies as chatora, sense brown tiger. His young student is confused, imagines a big brown cat, then corrects his teacher, revealing that the word is actually chakra. Naruto covers his mistake by telling the boy to “Shut up. Good ninjas call him Chatora.” So we learn that Chakra It is the energy you use to perform a technique. It is the inner energy of the body and spirit that can be accumulated through experience and training. When training and experience are mixed, a seal is formed and the technique can be executed. It was Konohamaru who quoted this to his new master, Naruto was unfamiliar with the actual definition, although his abilities were very advanced.

Given this knowledge, the two young students embark on a training exercise, Naruto, teaching his very young manager the silly and sexy technique of “temptation”. The older Naruto is able to transform into a very beautiful girl, while the younger boy’s efforts result in an ugly and fat witch. The combination of comedy and logic behind the ninja lifestyle leads Naruto to take the boy to various places that are not very suitable for a boy his age. They go to a bookstore that sells girl’s magazines so they can “research pheromones.” After the owner kicks them out, they head to a woman’s locker room where they transform into girls before entering. Once again they are expelled, and Naruto takes a beating in the process. Here, we are introduced to the theme that Naruto is an older boy with a developing interest in girls, which will lead to complications in the upcoming episodes.

When the youngest boy’s guardian, an elite ninja master, finally catches up with them, he is annoyed that Naruto is teaching the Third Hokage’s grandson so much nonsense. “Young master, you’ll only get dumber and dumber if you stay with Naruto.”

Then a showdown ensues, but unlike the more serious and damaging fight from the previous episode when Naruto earned his right to graduate by defeating a dangerous rival, the fight is far more comical. Naruto surprises everyone by executing a combination of his Shadow Replication Technique (producing a hundred copies of himself) and his Temptation Technique, changing all of his duplicates into sexy women who ultimately subdue the absent-minded elite master. By witnessing this conflict in his crystal ball, the Third Hokage can only sadly conclude: “He did another stupid technique. I will probably fall into the trap.”

As the two young students part ways, they both realize that they have parallel ambitions to become great Ninjas and achieve wide recognition. By now, this lighthearted vision of the two immature students, like the blind leading the blind, has introduced us to a variety of Ninja principles, attitudes, techniques, and resources, the most important of all being the power that might reside. inside all of us. Known here as “chakra”, the substance has been mentioned in many works of fantasy and science fiction, including Star Wars, where it is known as “The Force.” Here it is much more complex, although it reminds us of the growth of the young hero, Luke Skywalker, each time we meet Uzumaki Naruto.

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