|01-17-2007, 06:25 PM||#1|
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The King Theroy, New Approach
Hey, ok so I haven't seen this theroy anywhere else... but I think that the "king" in Naruto is Ino. before you shoot me, read why.
When Asuma was dying he told Shikamaru he would tell him who the King was. This king is the same one that he told Shikamaru to protect when they were playing chess. Now most theories state that Naruto or Konoha are the king, but if you look at the evidence pointing it to Ino, it all adds up, and it all makes sense.
First off, when Asuma died he told Shikamaru who the king was. This drew a startled reaction from Shikamaru. Right afterwards it showed a flash to Kurenai, this makes one assume that Kurenai is Asumaís king. Because he loved her, he would do anything to protect her, even give his life. This being said, Asuma would not tell Shikamaru to protect his king, but Shikamaruís own. As if each person has their own game, their own king. He then, on his death bed, told Ino not to lose in love, once again pointing to him figuring out the feelings that the two of them share for each other, even if they havenít yet. More evidence points to this because when they return to Konoha Shikamaru insists on being the one to tell Kurenai of Asumaís passing because he feels It his duty being it the last thing Asuma told him (after telling him the king he said Iíll leave it to you, adding to evidence that he wanted Shikamaru to tell Kurenai). How else would he feel this need, without Asuma having told him of the relationship during the private talk because it is never mentioned anywhere else.
Later, during the Akatsuki fight, Ino said that she would go and distract Hidan, Shikamaru refuses to let her go because he wonít risk her safety. This shows that he is begining to protect the king from any harm, and instead goes himself so that he will stop any harm from coming to her. Also, this could be why in his plan she was placed on look out instead of in the action to prevent any harm from coming on her.
When Shika is struck down by Hidan, a flash back is seen of Asuma saying make me round, and then a lighter and a shougi piece fall out of his pocket. Most assume this to be a filler of space by the author, but if you look at it in the way of him loosing Asumaís lighter and the king then it shows that in failing to protect his team, he broke his promise to Asuma ((the lighter)) and failed to protect the king, there for literally and figuratively losing the king ((the shougi piece)). Because Hidan would return and in no doubt slaughter his team. These falling pieces symbolize his promise and love slipping away from him before he could fulfill it and losing the king.
As for the queen, this could be Chouji. Not the relation between Ino and Chouji but the queen steers the game, when she is taken all else is doomed to fall apart and the king is almost always taken shortly after.
long I know, but I look at every little detail
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