:doffytroll: so true, and I have no clue why they'd expect him not to care about her anymore just because she died and he's an adult. It was a traumatic event and you don't stop loving people after they die ffs, it's precious memories
The fact that he was destined for it still doesn't take away his great personality and internal struggles. Or how much he had to train to become better
It does ruin the message that all is hard work though, which is bad.
One would figure they learned from Naruto mistakes, yet...
Ok, exactly a year later to the date (fate?), I wanna change Minato for Naruto after rewatching some Naruto.
Appreciate him a lot more now than when I was a kid, can't ignore his struggles and how he managed to beat them. :amazing:
Yeah, exactly. At that point I couldn’t relate to her even as a girl, I think Kishi wasn’t sure what to do. Glad she finally has great portrayal in Boruto.
He didn’t drop the ball with her as much as he did with apeshit Sasuke or babysitter Orochimaru though :catcry:
1) Obito - love his antagonist behavior, his analytic fighting despite rising up from being a talent-less ninja, and his tragic life in general.
2) Minato - basically same reasons but for the good side, and Naruto's parents pull all my heartstrings.
3) Kakashi - ok I love super smart analytical...