In this article, we’ll discuss what you should know about the Naruto manga series, including his training with Jiraiya, the Six Paths of Pain, and his relationship with his family. The manga and anime series has been very popular for its action-packed adventures, and many fans consider the manga and anime series a must-read. However, if you have not yet read the manga, it’s a great idea to start now.
Naruto’s training with Jiraiya
One of Naruto’s most enduring memories is his training with Jiraiya. As a Sannin of Konohagakure, Jiraiya was a hermit with a pervert’s ninja skill. He traveled the world to learn everything he could and passed it on to his student, Naruto Uzumaki. Although Jiraiya has a very strong personality and is extremely powerful, Naruto is still a child at heart, and he has a lot of to learn before he can become a true ninja.
Naruto’s training with Jiraiia began when he was hospitalized following his defeat by Sasuke. He is consulted by a legendary sannin named Jiraiya, who teaches him many genjutsu techniques, including the Sharingan attack. In return for his training with Jiraiya, Naruto receives a gift from his father, Kakashi. The two eventually train together to train Naruto.
His battle with the Six Paths of Pain
The Six Paths of Pain are an immensely powerful ability that the Six Assassins use to control the lives of their victims. They are based on the Buddhist Paths of Reincarnation. Naruto has to overcome the Six Paths to protect himself. One of the Paths is named Pain and he kills three of them. The other Paths are destroyed by Naruto, who then uses his Sharingan to detect them.
In the anime series, Pain, one of the six main antagonists in Naruto, almost destroyed Konoha. Its true perpetrator was the ninja Nagato Uzumaki. He implanted six corpses with “Black Receivers” – special devices that act as a demodulator. Because he had the ability to control the bodies from a distance, he created the most powerful ninja team to fight Naruto and his allies. Nagato also defeated his beloved Yahiko, who attempted suicide by using his Kunai. During the battle, he summoned the Gedo statue and was granted the powers of the Sage of the Six Paths.
His training with the tailed beasts
The Tailed Beasts have been imprisoning and training Naruto since the very beginning of the series. It is said that he is the strongest man in the world. But Sasuke mocks him for not having the killing intent. Sasuke also taunts Naruto by mocking his jinchuriki, saying that he will kill his students for him. Ultimately, Sasuke manages to kill the five Kage and destroy the entire world, but the tailed beasts have been trapped in an imprisoned state for a long time.
While Sasuke and Itachi play with their children, Itachi wonders how to defeat the Nine-Tails. In the next scene, They battle and defeat the Four Seven Ninja Swordsmen of the Mist. Sasuke and Itachi are injured during the fight, but are able to defeat them. The Nine-Tails are defeated and the Seven Ninja Swordsmen are subdued. Afterward, the Uchiha clan reclaims the land and starts rebuilding. They are joined by Kisame, and they are partnered up with them.
His relationship with his family
Naruto has a very close relationship with his family and they have helped him through his many trials. His parents were killed when he was born, and his godfather, Minato, was his greatest mentor. After the attack on Konoha, Minato’s death was the reason why Naruto got his name. Eventually, Naruto began to feel that his family loved him and wanted him to live with them.
Since his relationship with his family changed, he had begun to date Tsunade, Diantha, and Kurama. In the process, he had begun to get closer to each of them. In addition to being a close friend with Tsunade, he had made friends among academy kids. While he didn’t care too much about making friends, he was able to quench Tsunade’s worries by becoming a friend to a boy from the academy. He also found a friend in Shino Aburame. Naruto liked Shino Aburame and was able to spend time with him.