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Post Reply Farewell Naruto.
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 2/4/15
Thank you so very much Kishimoto-sensei for sharing 15 years of the joy, pain, anger, and tears of Uzumaki Naruto. His story was a plea to humanity to live up to its true potential.
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 1/19/15
Omg yes! The ending was great! I am sad that the series ended, but I love how it ended
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 1/19/15
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So sad but at least Naruto finally realized his dream. I couldn't ask for anything more. Thank you Kishimoto for this amazing series.
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 1/19/15
This series has affected my life so much, Kishi you may have trolled but you are still my hero!!
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 7/22/15
Huzzah! It's finally over!
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 1/19/15
Man.......I have no words.

Despite the retcons and all the things that Kishimoto seemingly overlooked, seeing the series that introduced me to anime end brings me indescribable emotions. It's the first time something that I've been following along for such a massive amount of time concludes.....once the movie and anime end, however....I can't foresee what it will be like. Overall, watching the episodes and reading the chapters became an almost instinctive thing throughout the years, and now seeing it go is one of the most surreal experiences I've ever had. Many thanks to Masashi Kishimoto, Shonen Jump, Studio Pierrot (whose job still isn't over) and everyone behind this.

I guess I DID have some words after all .
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 1/19/15
This is the series that got me into anime. It was the best thing to ever happen to me and I'm a better person because of Naruto. I'm sad and happy at the same time for the ending. Happy because of the outcome and the lives everyone is living, and sad because it's over as well. The only pairing I don't get though is Choji and Kamui, but I'm still happy he found someone. Thank you Kishimoto for one hell of a ride!
Posted 11/6/14 , edited 1/19/15
Naruto shall forever remain the corner stone of anime and manga, a living legend, thank you kishimoto sensei
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 11/6/14
Naruto was one of those manga/anime which I never really watched, but its ending has still been looming over me all day, I still feel a void. My only remotely proper exposure I received was through the games, but regardless Naruto was my first proper introduction to anime. I never took to the likes of Pokemon and Yu Gi Oh as a kid, things that other members of my school were interested in at the time, but when I first saw Naruto's rasengan at the age of 9 years old I thought 'Holy crap, there are animations that have stuff as cool as that!?'. Since then, another 9 years on and now an adult I've seen a myriad of anime and anime-related stuff, dropping in every now and again to see what was going on in the Naruto universe, and knowing the main bulk of it is over, that this world is pretty much like a film reel that reaches its end, runs out of pictures, has me feeling pretty empty. As an anime fan, it's always sort of been there, and knowing these characters who I once knew as children grow up to be adults with kids of their own, to have endured hundreds of trials and tribulations, all starting with Naruto goofing around, feels rather jarring. I almost feel like I grew up alongside them. I mean, we're talking the end of one of the Big 3. So with that, I want to thank Kishimoto; thanks for the awesome story of a boy who achieved his dreams of becoming hokage, for introducing me to the other side of anime, for showing me I didn't know what I'd got till it was gone, and for creating a story which, although I didn't properly follow, has me feeling a part of it will always be with me.
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 11/6/14
I am in tears and they will not stop! I spent a good amount of my life with Naruto and I will miss it greatly. Naruto was one of the things that helped teach me about friendship and to never give up. It is a good series and I will miss it greatly... Thank you, Kishimoto! I am still in denial that it is over. It'll hit me later, lol.
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Posted 11/6/14
So amazing. Naruto has been my favorite manga for a long time, so it sure was hard to see it end. Anyhow, everything has a beginning and an end, so it's time to move on.
Thank you Kishimoto-sensei for a huge part of my life. I will always be in your dept.
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I wish it would had shown what Rin and Obito was doing or atleast had Kakashi think about them.
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Posted 11/6/14 , edited 8/8/15
Woo, another one!

I'm just glad it's over. Been dragging on with the War arc; don't really care about the shipping results. Happy with the closure, that's all I really wanted.
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