Author has written 4 stories for Naruto.
Hello people, soundless steps is here.
My age is 20.
My gender is male.
My name is something I wish to keep to myself.
My hobbies, ... you can most likely figure out a few on your own.
My dream is to become the architect behind the Hydrogen Production Infrastructure.
Top three favorite anime: Naruto, Code Geass, and Kenichi.
Anime I like: Too many to list.
Personality: I have a mental disability called Asperger Syndrome. This website describes my personality very well. Don't forget to look at the part about Hyperlexia. Another website with even more detail on Asperger Syndrome is .
Must have Naruto/Hinata
(Don’t care about the others.)
Harems-Relationships have to be one on one with me. I read a threesome once and felt angry afterwards so don't try to say I didn't give it a chance.
(Don’t care about the others.)
THE MAIN REASON I THINK NARUTO/SAKURA WON'T HAPPEN AND NARUTO/HINATA WILL.
I could argue about this, but there is no point considering recent events in the manga. I can argue that there won't be a harem for the simple reason that guys far outnumber girls.
Copy and pasting.
If you do NOT copy and paste things onto your profile, copy and paste this onto your profile. You are now a hypocrite. (This was created by soundless steps so it does not apply to him.)
About my writing style.
1: Whatever happens in the first or second chapters will always affect the story in a major way, even if it isn’t touched upon till near the end of the story.
2: Descriptions of events and appearances will always be kept separate from speech/thought. Here is and example of what I mean.
Normal style. His blue eyes focused on hers as he said, “Thank you.”
My style. Blue eyes locked with her orbs as he spoke. “Thank you.”
Make sure that you do not make the mistake of mixing up thoughts and feelings. Feelings are under the description section.
3: I always plan out my stories. I always have a begining and end, and I am fairly good at making up central events ahead of time as well. Other events are thought up on the spot.
Here is some info on the stories I read that are in my favorites.
Stories in my favorites have to fall under at least two categories. The first category is a group of stories that were worth reading and have been completed. To be in the second category, your story has to be one of the best I am reading, a story that is amazing at what it does. Unfortunately they all have slow update rates at the time and are really under appreciated; excluding Team 8. I will try to convince you to read stories from the second category. If a story from the first category could have been in the second category before becoming completed, I will do the same for it as well. It will be listed from my favorite to least favorite. I only read Naruto/Hinata stories excluding one great Ben 10 series I found called “Hero High”.
The convincing will be in two paragraphs per a story. The first one will have the summary or one I wrote myself if the original isn’t that good and information on the stories size. The second will have info on the storyline.
1: “The Hero High Series”
Part One-What if the Omnitrix was the acceptance invitation to the Galactic Enforcers Academy. A school designed for kids from all over the universe to discover how to use the Omnitrix to its fullest potential. Now you can only guess who the new classmates are. Completed. The average chapter size is about 2,021 words.
Part Two-Ben and Gwen are back on earth with a female addition sporting her own Omnitrix. Now they have to worry about a strange company and its CEO watching every move they make and their own budding relationships. Gwen/OC Ben/OC. Completed. The average chapter size is about 4,063 words.
Part Three-The group of three now find themselves inside a school the size of a large city created by the very company that watched them in their previous adventure to stop his plan to wipe out all but one percent of the human race. The average chapter size is about 8,182 words at the time.
It is obvious that the writer put a lot of serious thought into his story. He does not just write a story, he nurtures it, putting as much original though and research as he can into it. The first part reads like any other high school fiction with some fighting at the end. Part two is even better that the first with a higher maturity level and a masive plot twist at the end. Part three ups the anti even futher with more suspense than you can believe. Everything gets better as you move ahead, chapter length, complexity, and the OC's. The OC's in the third part are as complex as can be. Another good thing is that you don't have to watch Ben 10 to read this story. If you still aren't convenced, Ben is a knuckle head who charges in headfirst and the girl he is paired with liked him first and is very insecure. If that doesn't sound like Naruto and Hinata, I don't know what does.
2: “The Dark and Misunderstood”
What if the balance was not as it seemed? What if the darkness was not truly wicked? And what if the light…wasn’t as pure as we think? Prepare to see how high darkness can fly...and how far the light can fall. Deep stuff! Major Naruto/Hinata, some others too. The average chapter size is about 11,374 words at the time.
A masterpiece among masterpieces. You have to be pretty smart to read this. Even if you are, chapter 8 will more than likely make your brain hurt. It did mine. The storyline starts like many others. Naruto with the fox in him, villagers chase him, and he nearly dies. After that, the story gets really original. The fox tries to take over Naruto’s body only to be repelled by a power within Naruto’s heart that was created by the very despair that makes up his life. Afterwards, this power attacks the fox and destroys it with almost no effort. There is a crossover but it is blended into the Naruto-verse masterfully without actually blending the worlds. You will have to read to find out what the crossover is from. Another thing you have to know is that the oceans depths has nothing on how deep and mysterious this story is. I say a good summary has to give a lot of info on the story while being to cryptic to understand at the time. kylekatarn77 did that with all of his story and it just makes me want to love it even more.
3: “Journey of the Three Failures”
Uzumaki Naruto's defeat at the hands of Hyuga Neji changed the course of history. Now an outcast Naruto, Hinata, and Lee flee Konoha to become stronger, and ultimately save the very village which scorned them. The average chapter size is about 15,635 words at the time.
The challenge of being among the group thought weakest truly has the most focus here. As Konoha falls under a wave of sound, it is up to those losers to silence that wave. I can't say much else because of how young the story is. I can say that this fic is VERY dark.
4: “Team 8”
What if Naruto had been selected for a different team? What if he'd had a different mentor? Who would guess the consequences would be so large? The average chapter size is about 11,510 words at the time.
Chances are that most of you have read this story. Like the previous story, you have to be VERY smart to read this or your brain will hurt. The forethought put into the story will impress most people along with the original jutsu ideas. In this story, Naruto gets to replace Kiba in team 8. With an actually serious sensei, Naruto begins making some serious progress from his loser days. He learns a few good jutsu that play a major part in the future of the story. Not only that, Kurenai also helps Naruto out with some of the ignorant villagers. Two words “Genjutsu Mistress.”
5: “The Story of Uzumaki Naruto: part I, beginning”
Naruto learns of the Kyūbi sealed inside him and the truth of what happened the night of his birth, a truth no one expected... Naruto/Hinata, Sasuke/Sakura. The average chapter size is 3,630 words at the time.
List of things that has been done before. One, give Naruto talent with seals. Check, but never at the level of this Naruto. Two, have Naruto train outside of the village so he can get away from villagers. Check, but not with so much focus on the events between departure and return. Three, give Naruto a bloodline. Check, but this one is nothing like most if not all you have read about. Four, turn a good guy evil. Check, but what if this good guy was someone everyone thought dead. This story takes old and used ideas and makes them new. The fight scenes and OC's are great as well. This makes it a story worth reading.
6: “Academy Days”
Naruto is the biggest idiot of them all. Of course, EVERYONE can learn. It just takes a little effort. Read along as Naruto hides the effort he puts into learning and (snicker) a few other things. The average chapter size is at 6,530 words at the time.
This story will be much easier to understand than the previous two. This story is also funny. I can’t read a single chapter without laughing at some point. Of course it still has it’s serious moments that are very well written. The first chapter starts with Naruto going into the academy for the first day where he puts up an idiot facade after finding out that deception is a shinobi‘s greatest weapon. Don’t forget to laugh at the many pranks he pulls along the way. Pranks that will have you asking how he did it without really caring because you are laughing too hard. Naruto’s genius continues to grow as he gains skills you would never expect him to have at his age.
7: “The Demon in the Hyuga Clan”
The father seals the demon within his newborn child. The thing is that the Kyūbi attacks on December 27. Follow Hinata as she grows with the hatred of the village and the conspiracies within her clan. Hinata point-of-view. The average chapter size is at about 11,413 words at the time.
It becomes very obvious that the writer of this story has read “Team 8” as it has the same team assignments and uses some of the stories ideas but it is still good on being an original story. In this story, Hinata and her grandmother are the only head family members in the clan. Training under this much more supportive relative has made Hinata far stronger. Other than previously mention changes, not much is really different. Same crush, same shyness, and same insecurities, but she knows how to get tough when it is needed. Follow this Hinata through her shinobi career and her personal life.
8: “Naruto Arashiodori”
Wanting to see the potential of the young shinobi present, Orochimaru didn't interrupt the chunin exams, but he had no idea of the consequences. This allowed Naruto to gain a power unlike any other. The average chapter size is at about 4,168 words at the time.
Because of Orochimaru's choice, Naruto is forced to fight Gaara in the stadium. During this fight, he invents a new attack. This unfortunately, but temporarily, costs him the use of his right arm. In the process of healing, that arm evolves far beyond it's normal abilities. This is both a strength and weakness. Read along as Naruto tries to cope with this while saving a few lives along the way.
9: “Naruto: Alone”
The meeting between the council and Sarutobi did not go as planned... how will Naruto survive growing up without the help of the Third? One thing is for sure. Naruto, is on his own. The average chapter size is at about 6,492 words at the time.
This is a very serious story. This Naruto grows up with all of the ninja dodging and prank setting abilities as any other story featuring a growing Naruto. The thing is, this Naruto develops those abilities not for fun but because he needs to. Read along as the Naruto has to fend for himself in a village full of people who hate him by outsmarting the ninja and sealing all of the necessities. Read all of the omake because some will have you laughing your butt off.
10: “Uyoku Myou”
With the malevolent power of the Kyūbi within him, baby Naruto can’t get a wink of sleep. So to help him out, his guardian angle fuses with his body. The thing is, this is actually a plan for something more that the gods themselves set in place. Naruto/Hinata. This story is completed. The average chapter size is about 5,749 words.
This is a very well thought out and well planed story. The writer knew exactly where he was going from start to finish. The story itself is separated into three parts. It would be hard for me to summarize this story without giving too much away. Just read the first chapter if you want a summary of each part. If you are wondering, this is not a crossover story.
11: "The Jutsu of Love"
A day of training leads into something more between our favorite pairing. Relationships are built as a result, but after the revelation of Naruto's secret, others are torn apart. This story is completed and he average chapter size is about 10,450 words.
Relationships are the focus in this story. First with Hinata, then an adoptive father and mother. Relationships continue to build up until a special chunin exam allows all of the rookies to go up a rank. Chunin must know any info that can aid in the protection of Konoha. Read past this point and you will be hooked.
12: “One Small Step”
Many know of the butterfly effect. Kill a butterfly in the past and you change the future drastically. What if this kind of change was made by Hinata when she takes just One Small Step. The average chapter size is at about 4,954 words at the time.
The best way to describe how fluffy this story can be is to compare it to a big flock of sheep. You'll find yourself brushing your teeth from how sweet it is. But it takes a bit more than that to get on my bio. You will just have to read to find out. Each chapter of this story has something to do with a different form of kissing, and it fits well with the content. Both Naruto and Hinata grow up quite differently just by her taking that one small step. By the way, I think the title was perfect for the story.
13: “Trial by Leaves”
Naruto is ready to become the Hokage, but first he must pass a few tests given to him by his very friends. Just how tough can tests from Konoha's best young ninja be? The average chapter size is at about 8,013 words at the time.
Like many others in my favorites, this story is very well thought out. Each of the chapters is named after the friend that gives the test for that chapter that Naruto passes. There may be chapters where Naruto doesn't take a test.
14: "The Will Born in Fire"
A fleeing spy attacks the Academy after Naruto has failed his second attempt at passing the Genin Exam. Naruto becomes a hero opening a path to a new life. He and two others will undergo training to become the new Sannin. The average chapter size is at about 4,857 words at the time.
After his hero moment, Sarutobi asks the blond to use his prankster skills to improve the village. With the help of his cohort, only three clans are safe. After that, the pair gain another member, becoming a trio being trained to be the next Sannin. The training sequences are some of the best I have read. It also does the teenaged angst pretty well as well. Characters behave a bit differently but are still in character.