Naruto Shippuuden 63

Posted by minerj in Naruto on July 6th, 2008

The Two Kings

Rating: 7.0/10

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While the newly formed team Kakashi is in the village, Yamato suggests that the team should learn formation skills.  Knowing Sora and Naruto, Asuma gives an idea that those two are the charging type of ninja – a type which clears the way for the rest of the ninjas.  Yamato agrees and takes the opportunity to transfer the training obligation to Asuma.  Asuma is not amused but he decides to train them the wind element techniques.

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Asuma gives them wind plus kunai training as usual.  Apparently, both Naruto and Sora are full of chakra that whenever  they throw their kunai, the dispersion effects are very apparent.  After the training, Asuma treats them with the famous village noodle.  Then, Asuma wants to have a chat with Sora. 

Asuma bring Sora to a weapon smith shop and gives him a repaired claw.  Sora is excited but does not thank him.  Asuma does not mind though.  Then, Sora takes a walk alone in the village where he encounters one of the enemies.  The enemy tells him that Asuma was the one who killed Sora’s dad. Sora’s anger allows him to throws a kunai right through a tree and destroys a huge rock continuously.

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Caught on camera moment!

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3 Comments to “Naruto Shippuuden 63”

  1. Dark Anime! | July 8th, 2008 at 5:08 am

    Haha Asuma is so cool! He’s calm and laidback, and has a great punch…he never got enough screen time (until now maybe).

  2. Kiko | July 15th, 2008 at 5:13 am

    ^ completely agree

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