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    Shimada Yachi 
The former ambassador to the foreign power where the now-infamous Futona Seigi scandal took place, after a drunken tryst between her and Jiraiya inside a weapons-control room resulted in him accidentally launching a rocket that killed several of their own soldiers, including Gaara's parents.
  • The Atoner: Concerning what happened when she was in office, the night the soldiers were accidentally killed.
  • Death Seeker: Implied in the third Gaiden, as she calmly prepares for Kankuro to kill her if that will satisfy his wish to avenge his parents. However, Kankuro isn't there for that.
  • Decomposite Character: Yachi and her daughter Villette were actually the same woman in canon, the former leader of the Nadeshiko Village—specifically, Yachi was the woman's older self and Villette was her younger self. The author separated them into two different characters for this story and made them mother and daughter.
  • Defector from Decadence: She was the only government official, among those in on the knowledge of what happened in the scandal, who refused to go along with their Deceased Fall-Guy Gambit. She resigned her office as a result, in protest. This is the only reason Kankuro spares her life when he confronts her in the third Gaiden.
  • He Knows Too Much: Yachi always expected someone from the government might come to kill her because of her knowledge of what really happened in the Futona Seigi incident.
  • Named by the Adaptation: She wasn't identified by name in canon.

    Shimada Villette 
Shimada Yachi's daughter.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She first appeared as an unidentified woman who Aoi accosted and harassed in Chapter 4 of the main story. As it turns out in Chapter 215, she's the daughter of the ex-ambassador, who is herself a pivotal character to the back-story, and after seeing the news-cast about LOVE's overthrow of Parliament and an additional news-blurb about Naruto, on recognizing the blond boy as one of the kids who saved her from that earlier assault, and discovering that Naruto's mother Kushina is trying to intercept LOVE's plan, she convinces her mother to tell the public about what happened in the Futona Seigi scandal.
  • Decomposite Character: See Yachi's entry above.
  • Minor Major Character: Initially introduced in a brief scene and then not seen again for over 200 chapters until it's revealed that she's related to one of the most important figures in the back-story.
  • Named by the Adaptation: See Yachi's entry above.

    Uzumaki Enishi 
Naruto's and Hinata's son, in the epilogue.

    Uchiha Suiren 
Itachi's and Yugito's daughter, in the epilogue.

    Asuka 
Ino's and Sai's daughter, in the epilogue.
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    Uchiha Lando 
Sasuke's and Sakura's son, in the epilogue.

    Akahoshi, Shijimi, Ishikawa and Jibachi 
The four government ministers who collaborated with Jiraiya to cover up his accidental killing of their own military personnel when he triggered a rocket-launch during a drunken tryst with Shimada Yachi. Akahoshi is the Minister of Tourism; Shijimi is the Minister of Foreign Affairs (and Yachi's direct supervisor); Ishikawa is the Minister of Justice (and Jiraiya's direct supervisor); and Jibachi is the Minister of Information.
  • Adaptational Villainy: Shijimi and Ishikawa were never stated to be outright villainous in canon (unless one counts Shijimi's constant requests to retrieve her runaway cat as villainous, given how often the cat runs away).
  • Ascended Extra: All of them, to varying degrees. Akahoshi was the fourth Hoshikage and the main villain of the Star Guard Mission filler arc, Shijimi was the wife of the Fire Daimyo, Ishikawa was the first Tsuchikage, and Jibachi was another filler villain and the grandson of the first Tsuchikage. Here, they play a crucial role in the fic's back-story.
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: Happens to Ishikawa at the beginning of the tenth Gaiden; he's so distracted by the events of the 365 days (and his own indirect role in causing that event) that he runs a red light and crashes into a truck, dying as a result.
  • Everyone Has Standards: Even Jibachi, who came up with the plot to cover up the soldiers' deaths, and Shijimi, who approved of said plot, both voiced disapproval of Ishikawa drafting a known cutthroat criminal (Yagura) and two young boys (Naruto and Gaara) into the Kyuushingai training program.
  • Government Conspiracy: Jibachi was the one who came up with it, and the other three Ministers and Jiraiya agreed to it.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Gaara's plan to overthrow the government, the violence that sparked the 365 days, the subsequent devastation caused across the region because of the Kyuushingai and the warring criminals taking advantage of the chaos, the trauma inflicted to the Kira brothers and the deaths of Chief Kaiza's wife and Tenten's parents during that period, the formation of Akatsuki, the formation of LOVE, the creation of Gold Sand, the murders of several doctors and their families at Utakata's hands, Hanabi's kidnapping as masterminded by Akatsuki, Naruto's torture and Roshi's murder at the hands of Akatsuki, Yahiko's attempt on Sakura's life as part of his Revenge by Proxy move on Dr. Haruno—most if not all of the story's major conflicts and tragedies can be traced back, in varying measures, to these four, since they came up with the directive to frame their own soldiers (including Gaara's parents) for treason in order to cover up Jiraiya's accidentally blowing the soldiers up with a missile, all in an effort to keep hold of international trade agreements and to save face with other countries.
  • My Country, Right or Wrong: While all of them have this as their underlying reason for going along with the cover-up, Akahoshi is the one who's most vocal about it, citing the trade agreements his Ministry is set to lose if the scandal goes public.
  • Plausible Deniability: Shijimi is the one to suggest that this would come into play for the Prime Minister concerning the soldiers' deaths, if they go along with Jibachi's plan.
  • The Smurfette Principle: Shijimi is the only female of the lot who's in on their cover-up (since Yachi refused to play along).
  • You Gotta Have Purple Hair: Akahoshi.
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