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Old 04-12-2010, 12:43 AM   #42
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Re: Favorite/Saddest Deaths (or near death scenes

Gaara. The way Naruto cried and caused everyone that was with him from Konoha to get the sad face just because Naruto was so hurt when Sakura couldnt do anything for Gaara and made his speech about how people trat jinjuriki and how Gaara was always alone. The way all the Sand shinobi rushed to Gaara, and were so happy to find out that he was ok. The way Gaara's siblings expressed their thoughts and feelings about what Naruto has done for Gaara. The way Naruto brought Gaara back from the other side, and the look on Gaara's face when he saw it was really Naruto and then all the Sand Shinobi. Then when Gaara was about to fall and Naruto was there to catch him. The way Naruto turned around with tears in his eyes to tell Chiyo to shut up when she told him to calm down. The way Naruto attempted to beat Deidara's face into a puddle of blood, and then lost himself to Kyuubi when he discovered that Gaara was already dead.
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