"If a coin comes down heads, that means that the possibility of its coming down tails has collapsed. Until that moment the two possibilities were equal.
But on another world, it does come down tails. And when that happens, the two worlds split apart."
Philip Pullman, The Golden Compass (His Dark Materials, #1)
The world is such a mysterious place, where impossibility is possible and thing is what it isn't, you can't never know what a small change can do to the whole destiny.
In a world of shinobi and chakra, where Gems exist as something inexplicable, Sakura Haruno was born a Gem, too fragile to survive that her first breath became her last breath.
In some worlds, however, she did survive. One, with the intervention of a chipped creature, Sakura turned to be something different and began her path through tragedies, through cruelty and broken soul to taste the sweetness of happiness.
But, in other universes, she survived on her own. She got a chance to live, so things were supposed to be amazing, to be wonderful and bright and delightful, right?
Everything was going to be fine, right?
It never was.
Her story, her poor, short, sad story, was destined since the day she signed her name on the paper to become a shinobi, a killer, a soldier. The story of a little Gem-girl whose Gem is Off Color but had a big, big golden heart. It bled, bled, bled for those she loved, broken and burned off until there was nothing left for her.
And her love would conquer.
And she shall fall, forever.
And her fate shattered, a beautiful tragedy.
Cry not, my friend, for there is no Happy Ending for us.
No Happy Ending for you. No Happy Ending for me.
No Happy Ending for her.