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Naruto had to break up his one year relationship with Sakura over fear of losing her to his enemies. NaruSaku and other couples This is an AU-ish thing of early Shippuden where the Uchiha massacre never happened. between Naruto and Sakura in Shippuden, Kishimoto decided to end the series in an ass pull. Sakura and Naruto did not have a fully platonic relationship. changed his mind on narusaku for the sake of boruto naruto next generation. Initially, I felt quite indifferent by the fact that Naruto had ended up with develops the NaruSaku relationship for almost all of Shippuden, only.
She would be a beautiful transformation from a usual pathetic girl to legendary medic head and the wife of hokage. Sasuke would be so much more suitable with Hinata because she resembles his mother, cool, calm, has the same experiences as him, and the only one who is not his fangirl. She is the only one who can talk to him like any normal girl, without those heart-shaped eyes. She is also perfect as Uchiha matriach because she can give birth to many children to revive his clan look at Hyuga twins genes!
It will be sooo perfect! Hinata would be mature just like Sakura and move on to a better man. Since she is so weak, it would be better if she has this protective and strong guy around I imagine Sakura would go in rebellion phase if treated that way. She also has never been hurt by Sasuke so would not hold grudges. Everyone is happy and has a healthy relationships that makes sense.
Naruto could still laugh and do pranks with his children, Sasuke would stay in Konoha to protect his wife and children, and Sakura would be the medic head while Hinata could be a jonin. Yes, it is the perfect ending! The idea of Sasuke marrying a calm and non-fangirl who has never been hurt by him is appealing. Please, she is just a fangirl like Sakura! She should be together with Suigetsu. So, the alternate ending would be like this: In my headcanon, after the war, Sakura and Hinata both tried to confess to the men but rejected.
Naruto didn't marry Sakura! Although romance was never foremost on the author's mind, Kishimoto has stated that he decided on Naruto's eventual life partner roughly halfway through the series. This revelation led many NaruSaku shippers to believe that Naruto and Sakura were initially fated to be together.
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Regardless of the author's original intentions, there was always a group of fans who preferred to think of themselves as NaruHina: Naruto x Hinata Hyuga—and those were the fans who were vindicated at the end. Soft-spoken, ghostly pale, and criminally shy, Hinata first appeared in chapter 34 of the manga, long after the introduction of Sakura. She did, however, appear in the first episode of the anime. Heir to the Hyuga clan, Hinata is practically Sakura's polar opposite.
She's quiet and reluctant to speak her mind, unlike Sakura, who has no qualms about showing her violent and angry side in front of anyone but Sasuke. Hinata struggles to be accepted by her brutally harsh family, whom she continually disappoints, while Sakura's family life is as ordinary as can be in a village populated by ninja, anyway.
Hinata blends into the background in any group setting, whereas Sakura's unapologetic brashness ensures that her voice is always heard. No wonder fans are so divided on which heroine to root for. Hinata was one of the only characters to not only accept—but even love—Naruto from a young age. Like him, she was bullied.
When three kids made fun of her pupil-less eyes the genetic trait necessary for her clan to perform their signature Byakugan technique and because they assume she's as cocky as her cousin Neji, young Naruto stepped in to put a stop to it despite having no idea who she was. Although the bullies beat the snot out of him, the selflessness of this gesture stuck with Hinata. From then on, she quietly watched Naruto from a distance and admired his positivity and willingness to work hard in the face of overwhelming odds.
His can-do attitude also inspired her to act the same way as much as she could, even when she faced so much adversity at home. Regrettably, Hinata's crippling social anxiety made it impossible for her to say more than a few words to her crush, let alone befriend him.
There were times when they worked with Team 7—particularly in the anime adaptation's much-maligned filler episodes—but there were few opportunities for Hinata and Naruto to interact one-on-one. Still, whenever they were together, it was clear to just about everyone present that Hinata was head-over-heels in love with Naruto, even if no one understood why. Although Naruto himself remained oblivious to this fact, Hinata's sacrifice in the fight against Pain finally made him aware of her feelings for him.
Still, he didn't treat her much differently after everything settled down and returned to normal. I'd argue, though, that Naruto had far more pressing matters to attend to between the ages of 12 to Furthermore, few people outside of fiction actually meet the love of their life during those formative years.
We do see Naruto and Sakura's relationship evolve—just not in the way a certain portion of the fanbase wanted it to. When Chiyo explains that they would most likely die, Sakura looks on at Naruto then bursts into tears.
After saying Sakura cries a lot, Naruto tries to cheer her up by saying that he would rescue Gaara, which causes the frustrated Sakura to exclaim she is worried about him, but quickly, she is cut off by him walking away, leaving her further worried. While removing the poison from his body, Naruto comes into the scene and is shown to be impressed. While the medical nin is shown explaining to a group about the complicated medical procedures, Naruto is again shown impressed, commenting to himself how great she was.
The group later runs into Itachi Uchiha. Discovering who he was, Sakura quickly becomes angry at knowing that he [Itachi] was one the who was causing both Naruto and Sasuke so much suffering. During the fight with him, one of the genjutsu 's used against Naruto was his failed promised towards Sakura. As Naruto struggles to break Itachi's genjutsu, Sakura and Chiyo transfer chakra to his body, causing him to break free.
However, Naruto is shown to still remain dazed. Noticing this, Sakura slaps her hand on his face, causing Naruto to snap out of his trance but clearly confused by what she was doing.
Later during Sakura's fight with Sasorishe is shown using Naruto's life time promise as one of her motivations. When Naruto chastises everyone for not understanding the jinchuriki, Sakura worriedly looks at him and says his name. The two also team up to give Chiyo their chakra.
After Gaara's retrieval and revival, Naruto and Sakura mourn over the death of Chiyo together. Tenchi Bridge Reconnaissance Mission Arc When Sai is introduced to the group, Naruto, who had met him earlier, greets him in disgust, whereas Sakura is shown surprised by his similar looks towards their former teammate. When Sakura is later torn up by how Naruto was over Sasuke, she tells Sai that the two were like brothers. Sai then questions her actions to why she was being so sensitive, but is quickly interrupted by Naruto.
Watching Naruto, she has a flashback of various times Naruto has smiled for her and questions if the beast in front of her was really Naruto. As Naruto continues to express pain, Sakura becomes deeply concerned and starts clutching her chest.
Kabuto then goes on and says that Naruto is a monster and is only doing this because of Sasuke, concluding with "What a sad child". With this revelation, Sakura remembers Naruto's promises to bring Sasuke back for her, then starts crying heavily. Unable to further contain herself, she quickly runs to his side in tears while pleading with him that she'd save Sasuke herself, despite Yamato's protests and Kabuto's nonchalance.
However, she is knocked away by and receives a major gash on her arm from one of the tails, due to Naruto having lost control of his mind and body; Kabuto remarks that this is a shame.
After Kabuto mostly heals her and Naruto is calmed, Sakura runs back over to Naruto in tears, showing concern. Sakura healing Naruto When healing Naruto afterwards, Sakura expresses her desire to be more useful. Despite her wound, she continues to heal the Uzumaki and soon asks Yamato to teach her the technique to stop Naruto's Kyubi form.
She is quickly saddened when he tells her that he was the only who had this ability, saying that, as usual, the things she can do for Naruto are small and meaningless.
Noticing this and her wound, Yamato claims that the important things are Sakura's feelings, causing her to look up in confusion. Smiling, Yamato tries to say something, but is quickly cut off as Naruto begins to awaken.
Upon waking up, Sakura is shown to shed tears of joy upon his revival. Seeing this, Naruto thinks Sai insulted her, and immediately tries to "aid" her, getting punched in the gut for his dense nature in the process. Later on, the trio is shown discussing about Sai's betrayal. Sakura then quickly rushes to his aid, and holds him in her arms.
Standing to his feet he claims that he would be following the group, but is shown struggling not to fall causing Sakura to be more concerned. The three then begin their pursuit on Orochimaru. While traveling through the forest to reach their destination, Naruto and Sakura are both shown struggling with their injuries. Naruto is quickly shown to lose consciousness from time to time to the point of almost being hit by a branch, which Sakura notices.
Sakura who is swinging behind the group slips from the pain in her arm and begins to fall. Naruto then desperately tries to grab her, but misses.
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Instead, Yamato managed to catch her instead. Naruto soon expresses his concern over her condition, staring intently at her as she sits under a tree. Looking at the injury on her arm, he questions her where she got it. She lies that it was from Orochimaru to prevent Naruto from knowing. Yamato then says that Sakura must heal herself, since the mission depends on her healing. Although Sakura says she'll be fine, Naruto sides with Yamato and advises her to not to push herself too hard; he even compliments her every juncture which causes the medical nin to blush and look down until he mentions about her "brute strength", at which she flails her legs at him in frustration despite his apologies.
While Sakura is sitting alone healing herself, Yamato confirms to Naruto that it was him while in his beast form who wounded her which leaves the Uzumaki shocked and devastated.
Yamato then advises that if he wants to save Sasuke and protect Sakura, he has to do it with his own strength; Naruto, having an illusion of Sakura and Sasuke walking, agrees.
Later, the group reunites with Sai and runs into Sasuke. Sasuke chides Naruto for chasing him around rather than training to be Hokage, but Naruto makes a reference to his promise by saying that he can't be considered a Hokage if he can't even save his friend.
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When Sasuke tries to cut down Naruto, Sakura gasps and tries to stop Sasuke. After Naruto gets knocked down by Sasuke's Chidori Current, Sakura remembers that she said she and Naruto would bring Sasuke back together, and finally sums up the will to attack Sasuke.
However, as Yamato jumped in front of her, they were stopped as Orochimaru intervened by telling Sasuke to leave them for the time-being. After the group fails to retrieve Sasuke, Sakura tells Naruto that even if they failed here, they'll continue to get stronger together. After the mission report, Naruto asks Sakura out, but is declined as she states that they were ordered to remain home; Naruto then tries to make excuses on how they could avoid getting noticed, while Sai watches the whole time.
Some time after returning to Konoha, Naruto is shown walking outside for some fresh air while Sai is seen studying books in the library. He is shown reading aloud about suffixes and the importance of each to himself. Curious, Sakura approaches Sai and greets him to where he in embarrassment, tries to cover the books that he was reading. Naruto who is still walking through the village has a flashback about the encounter he had with Sasuke and just as he snaps out of his trance, Sakura and Sai arrive to see him sitting on a bench.
Naruto then questions Sai's presence and complains that both Sakura and Sai interrupted him, lying that he was devising a plan to go with Sakura on a date. The medical nin then advises him that he should better go study ninjutsu instead. While Naruto argues with Sakura, Sai notices the close relationship between the two from what he learned previously in his books about the importance of suffixes.
Watching the two, he blushes and asks to join them to where the two stare at him in confusion. Sai goes on by saying he had read a book on how name suffixes and nicknames work, and Sakura gives him poor advice by saying he should focus on one's qualities, giving Naruto the nickname "Stupid Naruto", causing him to gently try to appease her.
When a misled Sai promptly calls Sakura "Ugly", she tries to attack him; Naruto holds her back, resulting in both Naruto and Sai getting slapped. Akatsuki Suppression Mission Arc Naruto is shown training with both Kakashi and Yamato as he tries to learn a new technique with Sakura and Sai watching in the background.
Sakura is shown to come visit casually and is quickly impressed by the Uzumaki's vast improvements. Naruto replies that it'd be alright as long as she heals it for him.
She argues that medical ninjutsu doesn't heal every injury completely, so he won't be fine immediately. Naruto, however, states that her healing him makes him happy, leaving Sakura confused. Naruto then explains that it's because they are getting closer to Sasuke together, causing the two of them to smile at each other.
Sakura, remembering their time in the hospital, moves her chair and leans in closer to him, offering to feed him, which leaves Naruto happily surprised and blushing.