15 Things Only True Fans Know About Naruto And Hinata’s Relationship
We were beginning to worry, I trust everything went well? After checking with Sakura and having her shoo him away, Neji made his way to the Hyuga compound. .. Needed something to keep building on their relationship. Also present, Gaara, Tsunade, Sakura, and Naruto sat at the table as . "I trust Hinata," Neji said back, "if she thinks Hanabi will be the better. There are a lot of mysterious facts about Hinata's life in Naruto, some of them are, frankly, ridiculous. Despite accepting his marriage proposal, Toneri's plan is thwarted by the end of the After she fought Neji in the chunin exams, Hinata would wonder if she had even 14 Be Careful Who You Trust.
Despite learning the truth of his nature during his fight with Mizukiit was thanks to Iruka's kindness that convinced Naruto to continue trying to gain the villagers' acknowledgement. Kurama had an intense hatred toward humans, for they had treated the fox and its tailed beast brethren nothing more than monsters worthy of fear and disdain, as well as powerful weapons to exploit, for centuries.
Ever since its sealing within Naruto, Kurama, believing that he wouldn't be any different, plotted to use the young shinobi 's dependence on its power to break free from the seal. Their relationship soon became even more antagonistic when Naruto discovered that he could potentially kill his comrades while under the fox's influence, which made him resolve to rely on his own power and find other ways to get stronger.
With his mother and B's help, Naruto managed to best Kurama in combat and take most of its chakra. During the start of the Fourth Shinobi World WarKurama tried instil doubt into Naruto by telling him that shouldering the hatred of an entire war was futile and reminding him of his failure to save Sasuke from revenge, but Naruto refuted with brimming confidence that regardless of the odds, he would still find a way to do something about them, before the young shinobi promised to someday resolve the fox's own hatred as well.
Kurama then intentionally aided Naruto when the reincarnated Madara was fighting against one of Naruto's shadow clones and the Fourth Divisionsaying it would rather choose Naruto than be manipulated by the Uchiha again. Two years later, having been restored to its complete self with its other half, Kurama is shown willing to fight alongside Naruto both from within his subconscious and alongside the shinobi as two separate entities.
Family Minato Namikaze Minato placing his trust in Naruto. Despite not knowing that the Fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze was his father, Naruto had expressed the utmost respect for him. Though angry at Minato's chakra imprint at first once learning of their relation and that it was his own father who sealed Kurama inside of him, Naruto quickly got over his anger and expressed pride in being the Fourth Hokage's son, which is aided by Minato expressing remorse for the act.
Before departing, Minato had one final conversation with Naruto, congratulating him for finally ending the war and wished him a happy birthday, with Naruto promising to do his best to follow the teachings Kushina and Minato left him. Kushina Uzumaki Kushina thanks her son before fading into the afterlife.
During his training to control Kurama's power, Naruto tearfully embraced his mother Kushina Uzumaki when her chakra imprint came to his aid.
Naruto found his mother is similar to him in terms of personality, and also complimented on her red hair as "beautiful", saying that it would have been good if he had straight, red hair.
After learning how his parents met each other, and how they died in what actually occurred during Kurama's attack on Konoha, Naruto told his mother that he could finally understand what a parent's love felt like and that he didn't blame them, instead feeling glad to be their son.
However, this unknowingly interfered with Hinata's attempts to give Naruto a red scarf she knitted to confess her feelings for him. He would later stop wearing his mother's scarf in Hinata's presence after realising his own feelings for Hinata. Unarguably one of the closest relationships Naruto ever had, Jiraiya indirectly played a role in his life even before he was born, as he was mentor to both Minato and to Nagato due to being foretold that a student under him would be destined for greatness.
He was also the one who gave Naruto his name, with the boy named after the protagonist in his " The Tale of the Utterly Gutsy Shinobi " novel, thus making him Naruto's godfather. Because of Orochimaru 's defection, and learning of the Akatsuki 's existence, Jiraiya was forced to leave the village to spy on the organisation and was unable to take care of his godson during the first twelve years of his life.
While ultimately more perverted than Naruto, Jiraiya had many similarities to his godson from a desire to bring world peace to an unrequited affection for their respective female teammates. Since their meeting, Jiraiya and Naruto became close with the latter holding him in high regard and after learning of Jiraiya's death at the hands of Pain, Naruto fell into a deep depression and mourned him.
Jiraiya's death was the first time Naruto ever felt the pain of losing a loved one. Where are you Hinata? Why can't I find you? Neji looked out the window and quickly realized why Hinata loved her room so much, he remembered her insisting on this particular one. She had a perfect view of the sunrise and the magnificent colors it displayed across the village.
It was no wonder she didn't like meeting him in the morning for training. He vowed he would never make her miss another sunrise again, just as long as she came home.
It was now mid-January. Gaara had recovered quickly, faster than Hinata thought possible, and was back on his feet, commanding his troops with the great authority that only someone like him possessed. Their last conversation had been… interesting to say the least. She hadn't expected him to begin speaking to her and tried to keep her answers as short as possible. She didn't want to give him more information than was necessary. Though she had been among the Sand Shinobi for some time now, her loyalty towards Konoha hadn't diminished.
The last two days hadn't been anything different from the last month, but something was draining her beyond reason. She felt tired and often had to rest between simple chores, her body was behaving strangely and only now did she think back to the young servant girl that often came around when Gaara wasn't present.
She had arrived to bring a small bowl of food, looking much paler than usual. She had kept her head low and rushed away quickly. As Hinata activated her Byakugan she noticed several people in the camp had come down with an illness as well; an illness she now had. Hinata left the kitchen un-swept and resided to spend the rest of her day curled up next to the fireplace in her warm blanket. Chills crept up her spine despite the heat; her first indication of the fever.
It hit her hard and faster than she had expected. She had thankfully prepared dinner much earlier in the day and it now sat simmering over the fire. As Gaara walked through the door, Hinata forced herself to sit up straighter.
She couldn't allow herself to risk showing such weakness around him; she couldn't be sure of his reaction. He might decide to simply throw her out into the cold. Despite saving his life she still had no grasp on his personality.
She had to admit his behavior had become different since the night she saved him. His small gestures were enough for her to notice; their conversations never continued, but neither party seemed inclined to make light talk. He made a point to clean up after himself. He took his boots off at the door instead of tracking mud through the cabin and even dressed in the bathroom instead of displaying his naked body for her to see; though honestly she would have liked… She felt a blush rush to her cheeks, but quickly pushed it down as the dizziness crept in.
He came through the door as he usually did, without passing her a glance, took off his shoes and headed for the warm shower. Hinata reasoned that Gaara was probably the only one in the entire encampment that had access to running water. She wondered how that worked, but decided not to dwell on such a trivial matter.
Once he was finished cleaning up he came to sit on the edge of his bed, clad in a pair of sweatpants and a black long sleeved shirt. His dark attire made his bright hair stand out, drawing her attention to his face for a few moments.
She forced her eyes away before he would notice and proceeded to serve him dinner. Hinata tried to steady her hand as she poured the broth into a bowl for Gaara. The very smell of it made her stomach turn; she was glad the contents of it had been emptied earlier; she just hoped her stomach would hold out till morning. If she didn't try to eat or drink anything she should be fine. His scrutinizing gaze unnerved her a little, but if he noticed her condition he gave no indication of it.
She sat in silence while he ate. She had tasted the broth for him and almost heaved from it, but managed to hold her own. As usual he sat his bowl on the floor beside his bed. Hinata stood to blow out the candles, but didn't make it to her destination. Standing had been a bad idea, it was too quick, her head spun and before she knew it she was falling towards the hard, wooden floor. A strong arm reached out suddenly, wrapping itself around her waist, preventing the impact.
He was honestly asking the question. She was too weak to stand on her own and at this point her vision had become blurry as well. It seemed like the ceiling and floor were fighting one another about who was the superior of the two. Unknowingly Hinata had grasped Gaara's arm, trying to steady herself, she now took her hands away and tried to lean against the wall to steady herself.
To her surprise Gaara clasped her wrists and guided her across the floor. He put her hand on the edge of something soft; his bed she realized. He sat her down on the edge, pushing her to lie down completely.
She couldn't hide the surprise she felt and honestly a little discomfort as well. Why was he putting her in his bed? Surely he wouldn't take advantage of her now of all times. She had to realize this commander was still a man and had desires, would she be able to fight him off if it came down to that? Her body jumped slightly as his cool hand pressed against her forehead, "You're burning up. Was that concern in his voice?
Surely not; did he actually care she might be sick? She could feel his gaze over her, but she couldn't fight the fatigue that now swept over her body and fell into a deep sleep. The following day Hinata woke alone in the cabin, a raging migraine causing her head to throb painfully.
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She slowly sat up, swinging her legs to place her feet against the cool floor. From her position on the bed Hinata could see the sun's glint coming through the window. Judging from its position it seemed around noon, meaning Gaara would have already been gone a few hours ago. She vaguely wondered if he had slept in his bed or not and then the thought crossed her mind that he could be angry at her for taking his bed.
She brushed it away as she remembered him bringing her to it and forcing her into the blankets. Carefully she stood, the dizziness proving too much as she grabbed onto the wall to steady herself and slowly made her way to the kitchen. Luckily for her she had been harvesting the herbs from the garden the previous year.
Reaching up slowly she grabbed the jars that contained Yarrow, Elderflower and Peppermint; they would help quell the fever. She had to steady herself as she laid the last jar on the counter; the dizziness taking its toll. She felt the world spin beneath her and couldn't tell which way was up or down. She leaned forward, but still couldn't tell if it were enough to prevent her fall.
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Hands suddenly steadied her shoulders as she turned to see familiar green eyes peering down at her. When had he entered the room? She studied his reaction to her carefully. His eyes didn't contain the usual anger, but instead a strange expression. Could it really be concern?
He looked at the jars and back to her; "With these? Gaara seemed to study her for a moment, then to her surprise, he picked her up bridal style, carrying her back towards his bed. He laid her against the pillow carefully and turned back towards the kitchen.
She could hear the water running and before long he returned to the fireplace, placing a kettle of water over it; he also carried the tea cup and a small mesh ball with the leafs she had pulled earlier. Silence filled the air until the kettle whistled. She watched him pour the water over the herbs, wrinkling his nose at the strong aroma; Yarrow was something to get used to. Proceeding to her bedside he placed the cup on the table. Perhaps he felt he owed her for saving him.
Hizashi, Hiashi's twin brother, volunteered to be his body double since his cursed seal would destroy his Byakugan at the time of his death, a fate he insisted upon over Hiashi's protests.
Neji was too young to understand what was happening at the time, and over the years came to believe his father had been forced to die for the main house. When he graduated from the Academy at the top of his class he was added to Team Guywhere his philosophy placed him at odds with one of his teammates, Rock Lee: Lee wanted to become a great ninja despite his limitations, which Neji believed was impossible.
Tenten was easily wowed by Neji, but Lee became determined to defeat Neji in a fight to prove him wrong. Their instructor, Might Guyencouraged this, believing competition and the drive to succeed would push them to new heights. Personality Neji's branch family seal, his perceived inescapable fate.
As a child, Neji was kind and prone to smiling; on Hinata's third birthday, he confided to his father that he thought she was cute. For years he was driven by a fatalistic belief that his and everyone else's fates were determined from birth and were inescapable. He perceived his own destiny as being that of a rare talent, causing him to arrogantly place himself above those he believes are "weaker" than himself.
Neji shared his philosophy about fate with those he met, gladly telling them when they are straying from the paths that have been set out for them by, for example, trying to exceed their natural limitations or trying to defeat him in combat when they lack any obvious ability to do so. When he shared his philosophy with Hinata, she concluded that his insistence upon destiny was actually a sore spot for him that caused him inner suffering: Neji attempted to kill her in anger for her words.
Naruto Uzumaki also disagreed with Neji, claiming that Neji was not realising his destiny because he was in fact holding himself back.