Naruto Uzumaki: Story of the Protagonist's Creation

The main character's name in Masashi Kishimoto's manga Naruto is Naruto Uzumaki. He is a young ninja from Konohagakure, a fictitious town, who becomes more prominent as the series goes on (Hidden Leaf Village). Because the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox was imprisoned in Naruto's body and shut away, the villagers ridiculed and hated him. Despite this, he wants to win their acceptance by becoming the Hokage, the head of his village. He is able to become friends with other Konohagakure ninja as well as ninja from other villages due to his carefree, upbeat, and exuberant personality.

Naruto Uzumaki

Summary of Naruto Uzumaki

Naruto Uzumaki, who was first seen as a young orphan child with blonde hair that was spiky and blue eyes, graduated as a ninja from Konohagakure while developing a close relationship with his teacher, Iruka Umino. As a result of being made fun of as a child, Naruto seeks attention. No matter the challenges, he pledges to surpass all previous leaders and become Konohagakure's Hokage in order to gain acceptance and respect. As he develops into a ninja, Naruto makes friends that he did not have before, some of whom have family ties. Although Naruto's sometimes inability to complete the tasks he sets out to achieve frustrates him, other characters think he will make a great Hokage because of the difference he has made in their lives. Naruto, who is now an adult, says that because of his duty as the new Hokage—a lesson he picked up from the Third Hokage, Hiruzen Sarutobi—the Konohagakure village is becoming his family.

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Naruto's original creation and conception:

Masashi Kishimoto, a young manga writer, tried to create a one-shot chapter that would show Naruto working as a chef in the 1990s, but this version was never published. For the summer 1997 issue of Akamaru Jump magazine, Kishimoto based a one-shot of Naruto on the premise that he originally wanted to make Naruto a youngster with fox-like transformation abilities. When contrasting the title character of the Naruto one-shot with the protagonist of his other work, Karakuri, Kishimoto came to the conclusion that the former was more attractive. The "honest" smile of Naruto, as reflected by Kishimoto, was positively appreciated in contrast to the cunning expression of the main character of Karakuri. After another one-shot, Mario, was a hit, Kishimoto began work on the Naruto series, intending to reuse the title character from his earlier one-shot. Kishimoto created the first two chapters to demonstrate his attraction to the reader while he turned, despite challenges, to the other protagonists. Following the second chapter, Kishimoto introduced the other protagonists, although in the context of terrible relationships, like Naruto's ongoing rejection crushes on Sakura Haruno and Sasuke Uchiha. The manga plot was aimed to show Naruto's development and growth through numerous battles, and readers highly awaited the conclusion.
Kishimoto avoided patterning Naruto after anyone in particular, choosing to see him as naive with a dark side coming from his terrible history in order to keep him "foolish and simple." Even so, he keeps a cheerful attitude, which according to Kishimoto is what differentiates this character. Naruto's personality tends to be infantile, and the creator strove to show this in his illustrations. As an illustration of this, Kishimoto quotes the cover of Volume 10, in which he shows Naruto mimicking a turtle as a young child might.

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