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A list of the various residents of Konoha Town in Kitsune no Ken: Fist of the Fox.

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    Mr. and Mrs. Yamanaka 
Ino's parents, and the owners and managers of the family's greengrocer store.
  • Good Parents: Theirs is a happy family, from all indications.
  • Happily Married
  • No Name Given: Unlike Inochi, Ino's mother hasn't been identified by her first name at all, likely because in the canon series she was only ever seen in the anime. This is particularly noteworthy when even characters who didn't have surnames in canon (like Tenten, Jugo and Jiraiya) get them here.
  • Open-Minded Parent: Unlike Hiashi with regards to Hinata, Inoichi doesn't mind Ino hanging out with Naruto despite the boy having been a Kyuushingai (though the fact that Naruto rescued them and their store from Mizuki, who'd been pretending to be a Kyuushingai up to that point, likely has a lot to do with it). Also, Mrs. Yamanaka doesn't think twice about letting Naruto go up to Ino's room to visit her while Ino's recovering from a sprained ankle.
  • Papa Wolf: Inoichi was prepared to take on Mizuki's entire gang in order to protect his daughter. It didn't take, mind you, but points to the man for the effort.
  • Secret Keeper: Inoichi was this alongside Ino, concerning Naruto's Kyuushingai past...until others started finding out.

The lawyer for Mizuki and his gang.
  • Adaptational Heroism: In canon, Orochimaru was a major villain for most of the first part of the series. Here, he's definitely not shown as a lawbreaker of any sort (even the bit where he gets bail for Dosu, Zaku and Kin suggests he's just doing his job as a defense attorney).
  • Cool Car: He drives a dark green new-edge modular SVT Mustang Cobra.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: He still retains his familiar looks for this story, even though he's a normal non-superpowered human in this universe.
  • Evil Lawyer Joke: Orochimaru complains that he's going to be on the receiving end of these after he manages to get Dosu, Zaku and Kin out on bail.
    • Also, the very fact Orochimaru is a lawyer.

    Mayor Senju Tsunade 
The mayor of Konoha Town.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Her canon counterpart is capable of creating massive craters in solid stone with just her fingertip. Here, since the setting is in an Alternate Universe that's more akin to real life and she therefore doesn't have any of her canon fighting skills, Tsunade is easily taken captive by Akatsuki's Konan, requiring Naruto to save her.
  • Christmas Cake: She's declared one of these by Jiraiya in Chapter 95. Needless to say, she does not take it well.
    Tsunade: SHUT UP! I just haven't found the right guy to marry, that's all!
  • Named by the Adaptation: She doesn't have a proper surname in the canon series, though she is a descendant of the Senju bloodline. The fan-fic streamlines this by giving her the surname Senju.
  • Not a Morning Person: As revealed in Chapter 97, she tries (and fails) to rebel when her alarm clock blares at 6:00 a.m.
  • Secret Keeper: She knows about Dr. Haruno's role in creating the Nine Terrors.
  • Unrelated in the Adaptation: Mito is not her grandmother here, due to both getting the Age Lift treatment.

    Dr. and Mrs. Haruno 
Sakura's parents, Kizashi and Mebuki. Kizashi is the chief administrator of Konoha Hospital.
  • Happily Married: And still very much in love, to Sakura's embarrassment.
    Kizashi: What's for dinner?
    Mebuki: Sweet and sour chicken, potato salad with green peas and sweet peppers, with rolls and a tossed salad. And pomegranate juice.
    Kizashi: Pomegranate juice, eh? Why must you tempt me so, woman?
    Mebuki: (suggestively) I haven't begun to tempt you yet, Kizashi...
    Sakura: Mom! A-HEM!
  • The Resenter: Mebuki used to be this, by her own admission, concerning her husband's late hours when he was doing his residency, with the result that he didn't have a lot of time for her. She's learned to accept it over the years, however.
  • Shared Unusual Trait: As noted in Sakura's entry, she gets her pink hair from her dad.
  • Supreme Chef: Mebuki, according to Chapter 35 and the quoted section a few tropes up.

    Inuzuka Hana 
Kiba's older sister and Tsume's daughter, she's a doctor doing her residency at Konoha Hospital.

    Maito Guy 
A radio announcer and news commentator in Konoha Town.
  • The Voice: The only times he ever really shows up is over the radio when giving commentary on some major news items, such as when he comments on the activities of Mizuki's gang in Chapter 1. He shows up in person in Chapter 42, however, and again during the Vengeance Arc.

    Aburame Shibi 
Shino's father, a communications engineer for a mobile-phone provider whose parent company is Hyuga Corp.

    Akimichi Choza 
Choji's father, and the proprietor for Akimichi Meats.
  • Big Eater: According to Choji, his dad will raid the fridge for leftovers in addition to breakfast in the morning. And now you know where Choji gets it from.
  • Not a Morning Person: Choza tends to sleep in late even up to 9:30 on a Sunday morning.
  • Papa Wolf: Did you just threaten Choji? Have fun being beaten like a rag-doll.

A waitress at Burger Castle, and just like her canon counterpart, she's quite friendly to Naruto.
  • Adaptational Badass: She helps to rescue a captive Chojuro in the Endgame arc, by helping to gun down his captors.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: A minor example. She's still quite friendly to Naruto and most other people, but she holds nothing but contempt toward Kakashi, who she believes makes a bad not-boyfriend for Rin; she even goes as far as to deliberately give Kakashi badly-prepared food while having Rin's order perfectly made, to emphasize her scorn for him. It turns into Adaptational Villainy once her ties to LOVE are revealed.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Retroactively, Mizuki's goons who slapped her ass at the beginning of the story were doing this, considering she's a trained undercover LOVE agent.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Remember the server girl who got sexually harassed by two of Mizuki's goons in Chapter 2? That was Ayame, though she wouldn't be identified by name for many, many chapters afterward; she later recounts the incident in Chapter 98.
  • Meaningful Name: As noted in her entry on the canon series' wiki, Ayame's name means "iris," as in the plant. Depending on the kanji used, it can also mean "to murder." Both meanings are used in her LOVE code-name of "Death Iris."
  • Nice Girl: She'll be the nicest server girl you could ever hope to get service from at a restaurant. Unless your name's Kakashi, in which case she becomes an example of Adaptational Jerkass.
  • Snark-to-Snark Combat: With Kakashi, especially in Chapter 98.

    Morino Idate and Hagane Kotetsu 
Mangetsu's buddies who are introduced with him at the beginning of the Underground Fists arc. They were arrested with him five years earlier for armed robbery, but both of them got suspended sentences since they were first-time offenders. And now that the three have reunited, they're coming back to Konoha Town...
  • Adaptational Villainy: In canon, Kotetsu was a Cool Teacher who was loyal to Konoha, and Idate (a filler character) was a good guy who was merely misled by Aoi and had to leave Konoha because of it. They're a downplayed example here, though, since they prove to not even really be that villainous as the story goes on.
  • Armed Blag: They got arrested with Mangetsu for trying to rob an armored car. While Mangetsu got prison time, Idate and Kotetsu got suspended sentences.
  • Bastard Boyfriend: It's hinted that Kotetsu used to be this to Anko.
  • Cain and Abel: Idate is the Cain to Ibiki's Abel, although Idate is the younger brother.
  • Pair the Spares: Idate eventually marries Hana, while Kotetsu gets together with Mei.
  • Those Two Guys: Idate and Kotetsu eventually become this, to some extent.
  • Would Hit a Girl: Kotetsu is implied to have this in his character from his brief interaction with his ex Anko, though fortunately the police show up before we can find out for certain.

    Hozuki Gengetsu 
The alcoholic father of Suigetsu and Mangetsu.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In canon, Gengetsu was the Second Mizukage and was considered one of the strongest shinobi of his generation. Here...he's not even able to keep from being shoved by his own son Mangetsu (of course, he is drunk at the time).
  • The Alcoholic: Suigetsu indicates that Gengetsu used to work at a food-processing plant, but it's later revealed that Gengetsu was fired a year prior to the start of the story, and he's been friends with the bottle ever since. Mangetsu reveals that Gengetsu had had drinking problems even before he was fired.
  • Cool Old Guy: Tries to be this. Mangetsu and Suigetsu both think he's pathetic.
  • Parental Neglect: He's constantly drunk, he failed to go visit his older son while the latter was in prison, and he's not been a proper role model to his younger son.
  • Related in the Adaptation: In the original series, Gengetsu, Mangetsu and Suigetsu are all members of the Hozuki clan, but Gengetsu's not stated to be directly related to the boys otherwise. Here, he's their father.

    Hozuki Ryuzetsu 
Suigetsu and Mangetsu's mother, and Gengetsu's wife.
  • Extreme Doormat: She's a little too resigned to her husband's mooching and drunken ways. Kushina calls her on it.
    Kushina: Is it your intention to be an extreme doormat all the rest of your life?
  • Related in the Adaptation: She's got no connection whatsoever to the Hozuki clan in canon, plus she's a filler character from the Naruto movies anyway.

    Mr. Ozaki 
Haruna's father, and one of those residents of Konoha Town who are anti-Kyuushingai.
  • Ascended Extra: In the canon series' anime, he only showed up in one scene during a flashback. He doesn't even get a page of his own on the Naruto series' wiki page, to put this into extra perspective.
  • Last-Name Basis: His first name hasn't been revealed.
  • Mama Didn't Raise No Criminal: He's on the subjective side of this trope and a gender-flipped example, as he initially refuses to believe Haruna could be capable of any wrongdoing after she and Emiru are held for vandalizing Sakura's family house. When the evidence comes up to prove otherwise...the father-daughter relationship gets somewhat strained as a result.
  • Named by the Adaptation: He didn't have a revealed name in canon.
  • Overprotective Dad: In the sense that he really doesn't approve of Naruto being in Konoha Town due to being a Kyuushingai, and therefore he doesn't want Haruna to be anywhere around the boy because of that fact.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: He's long dead in Haruna's back-story in canon.

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