Characters: Naruto-Films Only
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A young apprentice doctor and one of the central characters of Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds
- All of the Other Reindeer: Like Naruto, she was shunned throughout her childhood, though in her case, it was because she had an illness and people were afraid it was contagious.
- Beauty Mark: Under her left eye.
- Despair Event Horizon: Hits it when her mentor and father figure, Shinnō, reveals his true colors and that he was just using her all along. This reveal reduces her to a sobbing, near-catatonic wreck until Naruto talks some sense into her.
- Fiery Redhead
- Tomboy: To the extent that when they first met, Naruto actually mistook her for a boy.
A young girl who appears as the Co-Protagonist
of Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower
. She is the queen of the city of Rōran, and ends up teaming up with a time-displaced
Naruto to uncover a Government Conspiracy
in her city.
- Action Dress Rip: When she's preparing to help Naruto stop Anrokuzan, she uses Naruto's chakra blade to pull this off.
- Armor-Piercing Slap: Dishes out four to Naruto in rapid succession thanks to a misunderstanding on her part.
- The Atoner: When she discovers that her minister Anrokuzan has been using her all along, she works with Naruto to fix things.
- Babies Ever After: After the final battle, she gives birth to a daughter, whom Naruto meets when he returns to the future.
- Broken Bird: Serves as one to a degree, in part thanks to her mother's death.
- Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like: See Ungrateful Bitch below.
- Exotic Eye Designs: She has violet eyes with a ripple pattern that bear a slight resemblance to Pain's Rinnegan. See this photo◊.
- Hero with Bad Publicity: She's not the most popular queen when Naruto comes to town, thanks to her resident minister manipulating things and abducting people under what he claims to be her orders.
- Heroic BSOD: Undergoes one when she realizes that her minister murdered her mother and used her and her mother for his own Evil Plan. It's so bad that she just collapses to her knees sobbing while he's preparing to off her on the spot.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Her English dub voice is provided by Sherry Birkin.
- Horrible Judge of Character: She completely trusts her minister Anrokuzan from the start and adamantly refuses to believe Naruto and Minato's insistence that he's evil until she sees the proof herself, said proof being a legion of puppets in place of her adoring public.
- Leitmotif: The song "To Light" (Hikari ni Wa in the original dub), which she sings a few times throughout the film, and which she used to sing with her late mother.
- Songs of Solace/Grief Song: Also serves as both of these, as she's typically singing it when she's thinking of her mother. In her first scene, she's even crying as she sings it.
- Parental Abandonment: Her mother Queen Sēramu was killed by Anrokuzan six years prior, and no mention whatsoever is made of her father.
- Puppet Queen: To the extent that the citizens mockingly call her the "Puppet Princess." The Big Bad even has a literal puppet of her. Thanks to Naruto, she becomes...
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Once she realizes what's really going on, she helps Naruto take the Big Bad down.
- Ungrateful Bitch: When she first meets Naruto properly, he saves her after she's pushed off of a high balcony. She jumps to conclusions and assumes him to be a villain, proceeding to slap the shit out of our hero and elbow him in the face while screaming at him to let her go. However, after Naruto calls her out on it and reminds her that he just rescued her, Sāra calms down enough to realize just how silly she's being and politely thanks him for the save.
The Big Bad
of Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Lost Tower
. A missing-nin whom Team 7 pursues to Rōran to apprehend, he travels back twenty years into the past in order to Time Travel for Fun and Profit
and conquer the entire ninja world.
- Anti-Magic: During the final confrontation, he traps Naruto in a giant puppet that immobilizes him and drains his chakra. Unfortunately (for him), it's not nearly enough when Naruto calls on the Nine Tails.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: The "lord" minister of Rōran, and thanks to his body modifications and puppet prowess, he's more than capable of holding his own against Naruto Uzumaki.
- Beard of Evil
- Big Bad: Of The Lost Tower.
- Evil Tropes
- Faux Affably Evil: Polite and soft-spoken as he's talking to Sāra about how he's about to kill her.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: From a simple rogue ninja to the Evil Chancellor of Rōran.
- I Own This Town: Brags to Naruto and Sāra that he controls Rōran.
- Lack of Empathy: Calmly recounts how he killed Sāra's mother and manipulated Sāra herself from the beginning, only furthering Sāra's subsequent Heroic BSOD. If that wasn't enough, he actually taunts Sāra over not figuring out that he did it sooner.
- Mecha-Mooks: His army of puppets.
- Mind over Matter: Via chakra threads.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain: If he hadn't inadvertently dragged Naruto back in time with him, his plans would have gone off without a hitch.
- One-Winged Angel: Assumes the form of a giant spider puppet to fight Naruto in the end, and only goes down after Naruto and Minato create the Supreme Ultimate Rasengan.
- People Puppets: His Signature Move.
- Slasher Smile: As he gives his Badass Boast.
- That Man Is Dead: When he meets Naruto, he talks about his former identity of Mukade as if they were two totally different people. See Badass Boast above.
- Time Travel for Fun and Profit: His Evil Plan entails going back in time, seizing control over the city of Rōran, and using the power of its Ryūmyaku, a mystical flow of powerful chakra beneath the city, to create an army of superweapon puppets and use said army to Take Over the World.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Thanks to his position as minister, he freely abducts people off the streets to slave away in his puppet factory while simultaneously claiming he's acting under Sāra's orders and tarnishing Sāra's reputation.
The Masked Man
A mysterious man who appears in Naruto The Movie Road To Ninja
. He is working with Tobi in the illusion world, and serves as one of the main antagonists of the movie.
- Ax-Crazy: Takes great pleasure in destroying everything around him.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Tobi was controlling him and making him evil all along.
- Cloning Blues: He hates Naruto for being another him, and wants to destroy him for it.
- Demonic Possession: Tobi takes complete control of him around the end of Road to Ninja.
- Dramatic Unmask: Near the end of Road to Ninja, his mask fades off to reveal Menma.
- Exotic Eye Designs: Sharingan look quite different from normal eyes.
- Expy: (Spoilers for Road to Ninja and Chapter 599 of the manga) Menma is an evil Naruto with black hair (and later a Sharingan). That makes him exactly the same as Obito Uchiha, his ally.
- Evil Counterpart: He's a corrupted Naruto who went rogue from the village.
- Fallen Hero: He is his world's version of Naruto, but he became a missing-nin.
- Fusion Dance:
- His nine masked beasts combine into the Nine Tailed Fox.
- Tobi merges with him at the end of the movie.
- The Heavy: Although Tobi is the main antagonist of Road to Ninja, he can only appear in the other world in an intangible form, so he is forced to rely on the Masked Man to carry out his bidding.
- Intangible Man: When he is controlled by Tobi, all attacks pass through him.
- Late-Arrival Spoiler: A trailer released shortly after Road to Ninja came out spoiled both him being Menma and him getting a Sharingan.
- Malevolent Masked Men: The Masked Man and his Nine Masked Beasts are the antagonists of Road to Ninja alongside Tobi (who also wears a mask).
- Red Herring: Given his hairstyle and hair colour, we are most likely meant to think he is Sasuke. However, he's actually Menma, this world's version of Naruto.
- The Reveal: He's an evil Naruto, which is a major plot twist.