Return of the Hokages
All of the Hokage's died premature deaths. All of the previous Hokages have their souls trapped inside of the demon god of the demon god death jutsu. Could it be possible that by completing "that jutsu", Naruto could exchange the demon fox soul inside of himself, and bring back the previous Hokages. Maybe Naruto can use Madara, Pein, and two other Akatsuki members as vessels for the Hokage's souls as Orochumaru did for the 1st and 2nd Hokage.
I just think that it may be a possible goal since Jiraiya thinks that the 4th intended for Naruto to "complete" "that jutsu" and since Jiraiya believed that the 4th sealed the demon fox in Naruto for some greater purpose that he never figuired out. Is it just a coincidence that all of the Kages died prematurely and are all now conveniently suffering for eternity inside the demon god? 2 for for saving their own village, and 2 against their own will. Naruto is eventually gonna have to get rid of the fox for good or reseal it since the fourth's seal is weakening, and probably nobody in the ninja world can handle all 9 tails of the demon fox and the bodily harm that it causes the jinchuriki. Either way, Naruto will need to use "that jutsu" himself, but he has to find a way to keep his own life.
Do u think that maybe he can bring the Hokage's back and live out the rest of his life with the father that he never got a chance to know? Tsunade gets her Grandfather and Uncle back, and Konohamaru gets his Grandfather back. Even the ninjas that were out to test their ultimate weapon against Gara revived a ninja's soul that was from their village. Naruto will have to use that jutsu again. He will keep his own life. Do u think that he can bring them back as well? It is only right that these great Kages are released from that eternity of suffering.
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Last edited by liondemon; 01-20-2008 at 05:43 AM.