Winds of Destruction

by, trex0428

A blonde man wearing only a toga and black pants lay on the mountaintop, his eyes closed as he savored the warmth of the sun on his skin. He had been traveling the multiverse for centuries, searching for new challenges and new prey. But for now, he was content to rest.

The Man had been called many names in the past and because of this deeds that his real name was banned from history with an exception a few that remember his indentity.

His name was Naruto Uzumaki.

His assistant a woman by the name of Pythia sat nearby, pouring over an old tome she had found in one of Naruto's many treasure troves. She was a demon with a wealth of knowledge, and Naruto often relied on her to help him navigate the different worlds he visited.

For a few moments, everything was peaceful and quiet. Naruto listened to the rustling of the leaves and the distant sounds of wildlife. Pythia pored over her book, muttering to herself as she translated the ancient text when suddenly it glowed brightly.

The sudden light that came out of nowhere had blinded her for a second and when she closed her eyes, she was shone of a vision in the near future.

The blinding glare lasted for a few seconds before fading away, leaving her temporarily disoriented. When she closed her eyes to recover from the shock, she saw a vivid vision of the future that left her breathless.

As she snapped out of the vision, Pythia quickly rubbed her eyes to clear away the black spots that still danced before her vision. She knew she had to reach her master as soon as possible and tell him about the vision she had just seen. With a burst of energy, she pushed herself to run as fast as she could, despite the strain on her muscles and the heavy panting that threatened to take her breath away.

Finally, Pythia arrived at the spot where Naruto was resting, lying on the floor with his back turned to her. Although she could sense his lazy tone and could tell that he had been napping, she didn't let that deter her from sharing the urgent message she had to deliver.

"NARUTOOOOO!" she shouted at the top of her lungs, hoping to get his attention.

"What do you want? Pythia." Naruto slowly turned his head to look at her, his expression indicating that he was less than thrilled about being interrupted from his rest. But Pythia didn't let that bother her, and she immediately launched into her story.

"I have seen a prediction of the near future," she said, her voice quivering with urgency. "It was a vivid vision that showed me what is to come, and it is important that you hear it." Naruto's eyes became serious as he realized the gravity of what she was saying, and he sat up to listen more carefully. Pythia knew that she had gotten through to him, and she felt a sense of relief knowing that her message had been delivered

But then, out of nowhere, there was a thunderous roar, and Naruto was immediately aware. He sprang to his feet, his eyes flashing with a dangerous light.

Pythia looked up, alarmed. "What is it?" she asked.

Naruto didn't answer. He was already moving, his body a blur as he darted across the mountaintop. Pythia followed in his wake, her eyes widening as she saw what had caused the disturbance.

Two massive figures stood at the base of the mountain, their armor glinting in the sunlight. They were Magni and Modi, sons of Thor, and they were here for one thing: Naruto's head.

"You're the one they call the God Butcher," Magni said, his voice low and menacing. "The one who killed our brothers and sisters."

Naruto shrugged, his eyes cold. "I've killed a lot of gods in my time," he said. "I don't keep track of all their names."

Modi snarled and drew his sword. "We'll make you pay for what you've done!" he shouted, charging forward.

Naruto didn't even flinch. He raised a hand, and a dark wind began to swirl around him, crackling with green lightning. Pythia watched in awe as the wind grew stronger and stronger, until it was a raging tornado that engulfed the two gods.

Magni and Modi struggled to break free, but the wind was too strong. Naruto watched with amusement as they flailed around, completely helpless.

"Is this all you've got?" he taunted, his voice echoing over the sound of the wind. "I expected more from the sons of Thor."

Magni and Modi growled in frustration, but they couldn't break free from Naruto's grasp. Naruto grinned, his eyes shining with excitement. This was what he lived for, the thrill of the hunt, the joy of the kill.

But as much as he enjoyed toying with his prey, he knew he couldn't waste too much time here. There were other gods to hunt, other worlds to conquer.

With a flick of his wrist, Naruto dissipated the wind, sending Magni and Modi tumbling to the ground. They groaned in pain, struggling to regain their footing.

Naruto sauntered over to them, a dangerous glint in his eyes. "You're not worth my time," he said, his voice low and menacing. "Consider yourselves lucky to be alive."

And with that, he turned and walked away, leaving Magni and Modi to lick their wounds.

Not able to admit their defeat Modi and Magni slowly rose to their feet, their eyes now glowing with the power of Ophis. They exchanged a worried look, knowing that confronting Naruto was not going to be an easy task. But they were determined to get their revenge, no matter the cost.

As they approached Naruto, they could feel his immense power emanating from his body. Modi and Madi braced themselves for what was to come. "God Butcher," Modi called out, trying to remain calm. "We cannot allow you to continue down this path of destruction. We must stop you before you bring ruin upon the world."

Naruto turned to face them, his expression stoic. "You're going to fight me, then?" he asked, as if he had been expecting this. "So be it."

The battle began in earnest, with blasts of energy flying in all directions. Modi and Magni used their powers to create a barrier around them, trying to protect themselves from Naruto's onslaught. Naruto, on the other hand, moved with incredible speed, dodging their attacks and countering with his own.

The battle that raged on for what felt like hours but in reality only a few minutes have past, with Naruto having a clear advantage. then eventually, Naruto's superior strength and experience began to take its toll on Modi and Magni. Their attacks were becoming weaker, and they were starting to show signs of exhaustion.

Naruto saw his opportunity and struck with minimal might, unleashing a massive blast of energy that sent Modi and Magni flying backwards. They crashed into the ground, their bodies bruised and battered.

Naruto stood over them, his expression unchanged. "You were pathetic opponents," he said, "but your powers are intriguing. I can't imagine any reason of why would the dragon of infinity decided to give out her power to some random low ranking gods like you two."

Modi and Magni lay there, defeated and exhausted. They knew that they had failed in their mission to get revenge against Naruto. But they were not giving up. They would continue to fight for what they believed in, no matter the cost. As Naruto walked away from Modi and Magni, a sudden rumbling shook the ground beneath them. The sky darkened, and the wind picked up, whipping around them with increasing intensity.

Modi and Magni looked around in confusion and fear, unsure of what was happening. But then they saw it: from Naruto's hands, a massive gust of wind was billowing out, tearing through everything in its path. Trees were uprooted, boulders were sent flying, and the very ground itself was torn apart.

It was as if nature itself was rebelling against Naruto's power. The wind grew stronger and stronger, until it was a full-blown tornado, sucking up everything in its path.

As the wind dispersed around them, Modi and Magni bodies were completely torn apart leaving only leaving a bloody carcass of what seem to resemble a human body for everyone to see.

Pythia followed behind him, a look of admiration on her face. "Wow, You're incredible, Naruto," she said. "it's been a long time since i saw you use your powers like that."

Naruto grinned. "It's all part of my charm," he said. "If they can't handle a little love tap, they're not worth my time."

Pythia nodded, still marveling at the power she had just witnessed. "So what's next?" she asked.

Naruto thought for a moment before speaking. "I've heard rumors of a group in the Human Realm that likes to meddle in the affairs of mortals," he said. "They might be worth a visit."

Pythia nodded, her curiosity piqued. "What are their names?" she asked.

Naruto shrugged. "I don't know," he said. "But I'll find out soon enough."

Naruto notices Pythia expression has now change after taking look at the dead corpses of Magni and Modi.

"Don't worry about them," Naruto said dismissively, waving his hand to indicate that Pythia's concern about their presence was unwarranted. "Back to business, Pythia. What did you see?"

Pythia hesitated for a moment, knowing that what she had witnessed in her vision was momentous and could have far-reaching consequences. But she knew she had to tell her master, regardless of the consequences. "Well," she began, "I saw a town that was housing lots of the Supernatural races. It was like a melting pot of different beings, with each race coexisting peacefully with the others. It was a beautiful sight, but there was a sense of foreboding as well."

Naruto raised an eyebrow in surprise. "I've heard of such a town, but it's never been seen before. Are you sure about what you saw?"

Pythia nodded earnestly. "Yes, I'm sure. And I believe that this town is going to become the center of events that will shake the entire world. Whether it will lead to salvation or destruction, I cannot tell yet."

Naruto frowned at the ominous prediction. "Sounds serious, Pythia."

"It is," Pythia agreed. "So, what should we do now?"

Naruto thought for a moment before replying. "I think you should stay here for now. It's much safer here. Without me, they won't even bother you," he assured her.

"But what are you going to do?" Pythia asked, concern evident in her voice.

Naruto's expression turned dark, and he replied with a sense of purpose, "I'll do what I always do. Bring some destruction!"

Pythia was taken aback by her master's response, but she knew better than to question him. She watched as Naruto dust his toga and started to walk away, his steps purposeful and determined. As he disappeared into the distance, Pythia couldn't help but wonder what fate had in store for the town she had seen in her vision, and what role Naruto would play in the events that would unfold there.

I just got this idea from Thor: Love and Thunder which in my opinion i was expecting more. The God-Butcher in the comics took 3 thors to defeat. come on man.

This has been in my files for a long time and with the help of A.I i can finally write it down.

I'm gonna try to portray a chaotic Naruto with this one.

Please review if you have any suggestions and thank you reading!

Until then.