Re: Time Skip BEFORE manga 525
This is what i want in a time skip. A war Gaiden showing the abilities of Kabuto, Madara, Kisame, whoever else Madara gets on their side vs. Konoha and all other ninja from other nations "on the battlefield". This Gaiden also gives us a field of how this "war" is actually gonna happen with the odds, and members on each side. Each chapter represents a year in the war. Chapter 1 everybody is seen in fight scenes/major battles of the war. Chapter 2 the same as 1, but less familiar faces are shown. Chapter 3, still no sign of Naruto or Sasuke, only ninja talking about them and their stories over the 3 chapters/year. We see all of our young characters getting taller, and older, and assume the ones we dont see anymore were killed, but dont know how. Time skip over, a full grown Naruto and Sasuke on the cover, both looking as they have not cut their hair since they last met one another. Sasuke with his MS showing, and Naruto with Kyuubi eyes. Sasuke and Naruto and a select few others will have flashbacks and conversations to fill us in key pieces to the war that caused certain things to go one way as opposed the other war, as the story progresses. Deaths of ninja we know will be flashbacked, and they will likely change how many of our old characters dont seem to act or think like the kids we thought we once knew. All of them would "only appear as if they were" talented and genius as if u were watching Itachi fight on a good day, for hype reasons. Kishi would show their top, new jutsus, and how they have all improved, and can survive a battle as a team and individually against even someone as near impossible to defeat as Kisame. Then Kishi can start thinking about finishing the war and ending the manga. I dont think this manga is gonna end until Naruto has become a grown man, age 18-21 at the soonest.
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