|Reviews for Konoha no Senkou Arashi|
| Grizzmon chapter 9 . 4/30/2013
Shippuuren does fir girl Naruto...
| Grizzmon chapter 8 . 4/30/2013
Well Ino, you had that coming...
| Grizzmon chapter 7 . 4/30/2013
The Great Uzumaki Bridge sounds good...
| Grizzmon chapter 6 . 4/30/2013
Well, I wonder what will happen to Haku now...
| Grizzmon chapter 5 . 4/29/2013
Well, I can believe the GOD of Shinobi being able to do at least A rank jutsus of all the five basic elements...
| Grizzmon chapter 4 . 4/29/2013
Well, the canon explanation is that Kakashi DID use a genjutsu...
| Grizzmon chapter 3 . 4/29/2013
OH yes, you do like the blondie... err team!
| Guest chapter 13 . 4/29/2013
| Grizzmon chapter 2 . 4/29/2013
Well, one of the best bell tests I have read...
| Grizzmon chapter 1 . 4/29/2013
So, Danzo went crazy?
| SecretKeeper42 chapter 12 . 4/15/2013
Good chapter. You make some good points with your end of chapter author notes, but I disagree slightly about Kakashi. Looking at the canon, Kakashi's focus with his newly minted genin was on teamwork and for good reason. All of his genin needed to grow up in their own ways, and that wasn't something he could force. So I believe he was mainly playing for time before truly throwing them into the world of ninja. When the story began, the ninja world was at as close to peace as it has ever been and given enough time it could have worked. The only time he ever taught one of his genin a serious combat technique was when Sasuke was under upcoming threat of Sand Burial by Gaara. The notion that he was seriously favoring Sasuke is simply unsupported Fanon.
As we know though, Orochimaru and Akatsuki had other plans for Naruto and Sasuke. As they say, the best plans of mice and men...
That said, I do agree that Kurenai is a better teacher for her. Although, according to the anime, Sakura is in fact from a ninja family, her behavior and the fact that we don't find out about it until Fourth Ninja War, makes it acceptable to me. It will be interesting to see who she grows into.
| Blackbird89.1 chapter 13 . 4/13/2013
This is really good. Can you please update more.
| AprilFiction - 13 chapter 13 . 4/9/2013
If this story isn't hopefully taken up again, I'm going to miss the fact that this story has a non-stuttering, coldly confident and sometimes even cruel Hinata. I fell in love with her character, and while i love the original, as shy and reserved as she is, your Hinata is more of an . . .interesting character to read about. And the potential Naruto (female, can't really get into the yaoi fandom) and Sasuke had as a couple. Ahhh I'm going to be depressed for a few days . . .
| Crystal M. Key chapter 1 . 4/8/2013
Okay, I usually don't review until the latest published chapter when I find a new story, but this is hilarious. Seriously, I shrieked with laughter at least eight times while reading. I love this story! Thanks! Favorite first chapter quotes:
Iruka and the other chunin split up, each looking in different directions. Iruka veered off into the woods and Naruto followed him. Iruka came to an isolated shack surrounded by trees. Well, it was Konoha, so everything was surrounded by trees. But there were no other buildings or people around.
Her head was swimming, flooded with years of frustration. Combating those memories were ones she shared with her best friend, and the sensei currently pleading for her help. Naruto did the only thing that made sense to her: she held the large scroll by attaching it to her hands with chakra, and used it to beat the immobilized Mizuki in the head until he was rendered unconscious.
Iruka, stunned, released the jutsu and Mizuki fell to the ground.
"Iruka-sensei just treated me to ramen," Naruto said, looking at the traitor disdainfully. "Don't try to make him out as a bad guy."
Sakura bristled. "Naruto! Stop invading Sasuke-kun's personal space!" Other fangirls that had gathered around the spectacle nodded fervently in agreement.
Sasuke inwardly snorted at that. Did those stalkers even know the meaning? They couldn't even follow a simple restraining order.
"Naruto is always causing trouble," Sarutobi noted with a small but fond smile. In the next instant the grand-fatherly figure took a back seat to the Hokage as he gazed at the ninja before him. The weapons of his will and the prideful protectors of his village. "Now then, for those of you selected to take up the honored mantle Jonin-sensei, congratulations. May you lead your teams well and unify their bonds. And to everyone else…try not to crush their spirits too badly."
The Sandaime couldn't bring himself to force a newly instated jonin to crush the dreams of a group of Konoha's children who did not and could not meet the standards of being a genin. That was what they had Anko for.
It was a good thing that Naruto could think on her feet. She shifted her eyes between the enraged kunoichi and the boy who now had the honor of her first kiss. Sasuke was still a bit shaken but otherwise had regained his composure. Following suit, Naruto grinned a bit and stuck her tongue out. Her face was still a fair bit red so she decided to use that.
"What's the matter? Jealous because I was Sasuke-kun's first?" Naruto asked mockingly, knowing damn well that was the reason. She ran her tongue over her lips as if savoring the sweet taste of ramen. "Mmmm-mm!"
Sasuke had to focus entirely on his breathing to keep from flushing. She was still sitting right in front of him!
The devious blonde continued with a maniacal laugh. "Now I'm the only one who knows what he tastes like… and I'll never tell!" Naruto cackled. That was one of many, many, many things about Sasuke that was heavily debated on the bathroom stalls.
It was peppermint, she learned.
"Team 7: Uzumaki Naruto…" the kunoichi lifted her head from her desk. "Hyuuga Hinata…"
Naruto let out a cheer. "Hells yeah!" She turned to face the girl a few seats behind her and shot a victory pose she knew was cool. The heiress smiled slyly in return. All according to plan. Of course, if they were on the same team, that meant…
"…and Uchiha Sasuke." Iruka ignored the shrill cries of protest and groans of dismay. Both girls received heated glares for being in the rightful place of all Uchiha worshipers. Naruto just stuck out her tongue again while Hinata smiled serenely at them.
"Wha-" was all Sasuke could get out before the cold steel of a kunai pressed against his throat. A voice suddenly whispered into his ear.
"I know you've probably heard this before but… you're mine, Sasuke-kun." In short order Sasuke found himself pinned against the floor face-first as multiple hands descended upon him. They held him down and tied him up as mischievous, borderline sadistic giggles echoed throughout the room.
When he was sufficiently bound, a sandaled foot turned him from his stomach onto his back. His eyes widened in dread. Sasuke did not expect various copies of Naruto to be standing over him with triumphant and predatory gleams in their eyes.
Sasuke hadn't felt so small and scared since that night. Back then he'd had to face down a red-eyed armor clad assassin stained with blood. Not a horde of blonde haired girls with cheeky grins and bright jumpsuits.
To be honest, he'd first suspected an ambush set up by his more zealous fangirls when he was being tied up. A last and desperate attempt to get to him before he finally got to advance through the shinobi ranks. The fact that it was Naruto…
Sasuke doubled his efforts.
"You don't want to do that, Sasuke-kun," the original, he assumed, said in a sweet-as-honey tone. The various Naruto clones put their hands in seals and transformed into their various female classmates. "Struggle too much and I'll let the fangirls have their way with you." The clones began swooning and squealing to accentuate the point.
The young Uchiha might have whimpered were he not gagged. Sasuke prayed for the first time in a while as he was lugged across the campus of the Shinobi Academy. Please don't let Itachi get wind of this.
This caused the girl to laugh sheepishly. "Yeah, well…" she trailed off before brightening. "One Uchiha Sasuke delivered, just like you said!"
Sasuke shifted his glare to the pale-eyed girl. "You put her up to his!"
Hinata shrugged innocently. "I told her to retrieve you by any means necessary. Though I can imagine her invitation lacked a certain tact." She ignored Naruto's pout.
"Invitation? This BDSM dropout attacked me!"
"Regardless," Hinata waved her hand to bat away the issue as unimportant, as she had seen her father do in clan meetings, "you're here now so let's enjoy our lunch."
"Did you two know we would be put into teams today?" He highly doubted they brought a third bento every day, so he didn't bother keeping the skepticism out of his voice.
"Yep!" Naruto chirped. "We found out a while ago and worked towards being on the same team," Naruto said, causing Hinata to clear her throat roughly. "Well, Hinata-chan did, I just slacked off."
Sasuke started to return the smile before a bell sounded, signifying the end of their lunch break. "Guess we should go." The three of them stood and made their way to the classroom, not wanting to be late.
Oh the irony.
| SuperVegitoFAN chapter 1 . 4/5/2013
i just came here to say I NOW KNOW WHERE THAT PICTURE IS FROM... rise of a ninja, naruto is trying to teach said jutsu to konohamary, and needs "research", and uses it.