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Monday, May 30, 2011

Naruto's BackGround

Naruto was born as
the son of the Fourth Hokage, Minato Namikaze, and the Nine-Tails' second
jinchūriki, Kushina Uzumaki. Naruto's parents had named him after the main character of Jiraiya's first book, making the Sannin his godfather.

Prior to Naruto's birth, his parents knew that the
seal that kept the Nine-Tails within Kushina would
be in danger of breaking during childbirth. To
prevent that threat Kushina was taken a short
distance outside of the village to give birth in
secret, with Biwako Sarutobi and Taji as her midwives, a few ANBU as security, and with Minato keeping the seal in place. Immediately after
Kushina gave birth, Madara Uchiha appeared and took Naruto hostage, demanding Minato to step
away from Kushina or he would kill the newborn
child. Madara then used a clever diversion that
forced Minato to transport the baby to a safer location, allowing him to escape with Kushina. By the time Minato could intervene, Madara had
already succeeded in releasing the Nine-Tails.

Fortunately, Kushina (who survived the extraction
thanks to her strong vitality) was saved by Minato
and brought to Naruto, leaving the weakened
mother to care for the sleeping Naruto while
Minato went to combat Madara. To save the village,
Minato sacrificed his life to seal the Nine-Tails within Naruto, believing that his son would
someday have need of the demon's power to defeat Madara's threat once and for all. Suddenly orphaned, Naruto was left to grow up knowing
nothing of his parents, receiving only his mother's
last name since the Third Hokage felt that it was best that nobody knew that he was related to the
Fourth Hokage.

Before Minato died,
he asked that the
villagers of Konoha
view Naruto as a
hero who had
helped defeat the Nine-Tails.
However, only a
few of the villagers
honoured his request, while most instead resented
him for containing the monster that had destroyed
their home. In light of this, the Third Hokage decreed that nobody should ever speak of the
truth about Naruto, hoping that their children
would not resent him as they did. The children,
however, followed their parents' lead, despite not
knowing why. Apart from the Third Hokage, Iruka Umino was the only one who acted as a surrogate family to the young Naruto.

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