A How To Guide To Shinobi Life
04 Aug 2016
Minato knows at the beginning of the week that it's going to be a hellish one. Mostly because it starts with the kidnapping of one of his two remaining students, only a year after they'd lost the first one. He just doesn't realize at the time that it's not going to be a hellish week - it's going to be hell for quite a bit longer than that.
It all starts with Rin's kidnapping, and her subsequent rescue at the hands of a mysteriously appearing, monstrously strong, murderously violent woman.
A woman with cotton candy pink hair.
It only devolves from there.
- Part 1 of A How To Guide To Shinobi Life
30 Aug 2016
Obito has lived through the single weirdest experience of his life. Not many could say that they'd gotten crushed by a boulder, had half their body replaced by creepy alien flesh, was promptly held captive for a year by a supposed-to-be-dead Madara Uchiha, was saved by a randomly raiding pack of supervillains, then promptly killed by them, fixed up again, then dumped in a forest, and finally, FINALLY, returned home again.
His life has gotten pretty weird. But he's home, he has his family, and he has hope that someday soon he'll be able to say he didn't just survive the experience - but that he also come out of it pretty okay.
(Sequel to How To Save The World)
- Part 2 of A How To Guide To Shinobi Life
Turns out, having eighty percent of all shinobi lives in the combined Great Countries get wiped out over all of three days is actually a pretty destabilizing event. Unsurprisingly, there are some who aren’t too happy with the power balance that’s lasted nearly a hundred years, and want to take advantage of this.
Revolution, as they might call it, isn’t always the holy crusade they like to say it is.
It started with Shimo and Yu’s alliance.
It ended with Sunagakure’s fall.
(Prequel to How To Save The World With No One Even Realizing. Does not need to be read to understand other stories, only adds optional backstory)
- Part 3 of A How To Guide To Shinobi Life