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Naruto The Movie: Ninja Clash in the Land of Snow
Voiced by: Yuko Kaida (JP, adult), Karen Miyama (JP, child), Kari Wahlgren (EN), Gabriela Cárdenas and Cristina Hernández (child) (Latin America)
An actress who goes under the name Yukie Fujikaze. She's really the princess of the Land of Snow in hiding after her uncle had taken it over.
- Alliterative Name: Koyuki Kazahana.
- Broken Bird: Due to the conflict going on in her country.
- Curtains Match the Windows: She has blue hair and eyes.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Starts off rude and callous due to her life on the run. Over the course of the film bonding with Naruto, she starts to open up more and become hopeful by films end.
- Drowning My Sorrows: Does so at the beginning of the movie after initially running away from Team 7.
- Heroic BSoD: She's been in a major one since Dotō usurped the Land of Snow.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She starts off as a jerk to Naruto and his friends, but by the second half of the film, she becomes a much nicer person thanks to Naruto's influence.
- MacGuffin: Her uncle is after her as she has a pendant that'll supposedly activate a weapon.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: After her father's death, she had to leave her village and go on the run as a stage actress.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: After her uncle killed her father and her homeland was destroyed, she lost all hope and became a bitter person.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After bonding with Naruto, she becomes a friendlier person.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: Flashbacks of her as a child shows she wasn't always the cold, mean person she grew up to be.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Koyuki has blue hair.
- You Killed My Father: Dotō killed her father when she was young.
Voiced by: Tsutomu Isobe (JP), Lex Lang (EN), Moisés Palacios (Latin America)
The main villain of the movie and uncle to Koyuki who has usurped the Land of Snow from her father.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the first film.
- Cain and Abel: Dotō as the Cain to Sōsetsu's Abel, though it is slightly inferred that the latter wasn't aware of his brother's resentment until the moment of betrayal came.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: He can crack a large area of dense ice with a punch.
- Evil Uncle: As stated, he's Koyuki's uncle and had designs on his brother's throne for a while.
- Freudian Excuse: His Japanese actor, Tsutomu Isobe believes that his line about teaching the charging Sandayū and his fellow samurai the true meaning of despair alludes to something that went very wrong in Dotō's past. Nothing more was elaborated, but Isobe also mentioned his character wasn't born the way he was and that he just took a bad path.
- An Ice Person: Par for the course coming from a land of snow. Unlike most, he attacks with black ice (any difference between it and regular ice is unknown).
- Powered Armor: Wears an updated chakra armor which gives him limitless chakra as well as defense against ninjutsu and genjutsu.
- Punched Across the Room: Naruto hits him with the Rainbow Rasengan in the climax of the movie and sends him both spinning and flying into out of the generators.
- Pyrrhic Villainy: He goes through all the trouble to get Koyuki's pendent thinking it'll activate a weapon that her father left behind. Turns out it was just a generator that will melt the snow and allow spring to temporarily come to the land. All his efforts amounted to was finally activating it after so long. The reason it was delayed? He had killed his brother before he had the chance to activate the thing.
- Shaping Your Attacks: His primary move is forming black ice into the shape of serpent-like dragons to strike his opponents. His best move has it done with two.
- Villainous Breakdown: He is less than pleased to find out that the "weapon" he's been trying to obtain was actually a generator meant to bring springtime to the Land of Snow. And by the time Naruto and Sasuke arrive for the final showdown, he goes ballistic and tries to kill them with a TORNADO.
- Younger Than They Look: Is the younger brother of Sōsetsu Kazahana, yet compare his image to that of his older sibling's in the latter's entry.
Nadare Rōga, Fubuki Kakuyoku, and Mizore Fuyukuma
Nadare voiced by: Hirotaka Suzuoki (JP), Liam O'Brien (EN), Irwin Daayán (Latin America)
Fubuki voiced by: Jun Karasawa (JP), Cindy Robinson (EN), Elena Ramírez (Latin America)
Mizore voiced by: Holly Kaneko (JP), Kyle Hebert (EN), Leonardo García (Latin America)
Doto's three henchmen: Nadare Rōga, Fubuki Kakuyoku, and Mizore Fuyukuma.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Nadare full stop, he even names his attacks after himself. Though to be fair, his name does describe the technique rather accurately.
- Artificial Limb: Mizore's left arm is mechanical from the elbow and down.
- An Ice Person: Again, all are from an ice country so pretty obvious they have attacks that are ice or snow base.
- The Big Guy: Mizore is the largest of the trio and has immense strength. He also happens to the only one to not actually use ice abilities, instead of relying on brute strength and his tools (artificial arm and snowboard).
- Designated Girl Fight: Fubuki vs. Sakura at the climax, subverted as they previously squared off against Sasuke and Mizore respectively.
- Powered Armor: Like Doto, they all wear chakra armor to enhance their abilities. It winds up backfiring for Fubuki and Mizore however when they end up colliding and their armor cracks and blows the both of them up.
- Quirky Mini Boss Squad: Pretty much created to give the rest of Team 7 someone to fight.
- The Rival: Nardare sees himself as one to Kakashi since they fought before in the past. Kakashi doesn't really acknowledge him, however.
- Shaping Your Attacks: Nadare focuses on this, using ice to form various animals to attack his foes. Huge ice tiger to strike and freeze his foes, a gigantic narwhal to cause huge amounts of destruction, and a group of ice wolves to maul his foes. Fubuki also formed some birds out of ice briefly.
- The Smurfette Principle: Fubuki, the only female on the team.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair:
- Fubuki has pink hair.
- Nadare has light purple hair.
- Mizore has dark purple hair.
Voiced by: Ikuo Nishikawa (JP), Daran Norris (EN)
The manager of Yukie Fujikaze and a former retainer of the Land of Snow's old daimyō, Sōsetsu Kazahana.
- Eyes Always Shut: He only opens them in vital moments or when he's angry at Koyuki, which is very rare for him.
- Mr. Exposition: He informs the heroes and the audience about the events which led to Dotō taking over and how he came to find Koyuki after so long.
- Named After Somebody Famous: His first name derives from the legend himself Momochi Sandayū, who Zabuza was also named after.
- Old Friend: Downplayed in Koyuki's case, as she was still young during Sandayū's time as a servant, so she likely doesn't remember his face.
- Sacrificial Lion: He dies towards the end of the second act in an attempt to attack Dotō.
- Spell My Name with an "S": His surname has been translated as Asama in the movie's tie-in manual and The Other Wiki, but the official subtitles and English credits use Asada.
- Undying Loyalty: Stuck by Koyuki for years after the fall of their land and puts up with all her verbal abuse without complaint. His final words were for his princess to not shed any tears for him. It does not endear him to her at first.
- Too Dumb to Live: Regardless of his noble intentions, he and his men's reckless charging of Dotō caused them to get brutally slaughtered by a volley of kunai. Koyuki lampshaded the foolishness of his actions just after he passed in the most scathing way possible, much to Naruto's anger.
- What the Hell, Hero?: He lets Koyuki have it when she's found drunk and rambling on about quitting her part as Princess Gale. The real reason he's so upset is that her constant fleeing from going back to the Land of Snow is going to leave the rest of their people at the mercy of Dotō's rule.
Voiced by: Hidehiko Ishizuka (JP), Cam Clarke (EN)
The former daimyō of the Land of Snow before his younger brother Dotō killed him and most of his supporters by burning down his castle.
- Cain and Abel: He was the Abel to Dotō's Cain, though it is inferred at some points that Sōsetsu never saw his brother's treachery until it was too late.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Benevolent variation, it is implied that Dotō grew to resent him due to all the funds he pooled into the heat generator designed to bring upon spring to the Land of Snow. Dotō, not knowing the "treasure's" true nature, thought that Sōsetsu was going to end up bankrupting the country which led him to make his coup d'etat and kill his brother.
- Older Than They Look: You'd be forgiven for assuming that he'd be the younger brother after seeing Dotō for the first time.
- Posthumous Character: Died many years before the events of the movie and is the reason why Koyuki grew up to be so embittered.
Voiced by: Chikao Ohtsuka (JP), Michael McConnohie (EN)
The director of the Princess Gale movies that Koyuki stars in.
- Cool Old Guy: A little unorthodox in his methods, but he believes in happy endings and remains determined to finish the vision he started.
- Determinator: Remains steadfast in making his movie even with the reveal that his troupe is under attack by an evil daimyō and his army.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: His directing methods notwithstanding, he's still a good guy who believes in fighting for your happy ending and forgives Sandayū for using his crew as cover.
- Prima Donna Director: He's known to make changes to film scenes when things go awry, such as using an iceberg that blocks off the crew's boat to film instead of the actual Land of Snow. His assistant director often has no end of grief adapting to his boss' madness.
- Shut Up, Hannibal!: Makino gives this treatment to Koyuki when she rejects the idea of her struggle having a happy ending:Makino: Of course (there's a happy ending), if you're willing to fight for it!
Ken, Hidero, and Michy
Ken voiced by: Yutaka Nakano (JP), Doug Stone (EN)
Hidero voiced by: Kan Tanaka (JP), Jamieson Price (EN)
Michy voiced by: Toru Furusawa (JP), Crispin Freeman (EN)
Yukie's costars who portray her sidekicks in the Princess Gale movies.
- Bit Character: All of them just exist to fill out the extra cast and shed some mystery on their costar until her true identity is revealed.
- Facial Markings: Ken wears them while acting his part as Brit.
- Killed Off for Real: Hidero's character, Shishimaru, is shown to be killed off while shooting a scene on the boat.
- Precocious Crush: Sakura has one on Michy, though she's quick to point out to Sasuke that he's still her no. 1. Naruto just thinks her taste in men is bad.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: They pretty much vanish from the plot after the Yuki-nin's first attack on the crew.
Naruto the Movie: Legend of the Stone of Gelel
Voiced by: Gaamon Kai (JP, teen), Yuko Kato (JP, child), Roger Craig Smith (EN)
A knight that works for Haido in order to find the Gelel stone. He's really the heir to his clan that was destroyed by Haido himself.
- The Atoner: By the end of the film to make up for his actions and to honor the sacrifice of some of his friends who unwillingly were made into artificial knights. Their spirits at one point manage to shield him from an attack by Haido.
- But Now I Must Go: Leaves along with his surviving friends at the end of the film in order to bring about some peace to their war-torn continent.
- Cool Helmet: Is the only knight to wear one.
- Et Tu, Brute?: After finding out that Haido murdered his family, he doesn't want to believe it. It takes the lunatic pulling out his Gelel stone from his chest for him to accept the truth. Even then, as he's about to sacrifice himself, the only thing about Haido that comes to him is his "good" form telling him that he's fought enough. Poor guy...
- HeelFace Turn: Started off opposing Naruto but once he finds out the truth, he switches sides.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Attempts it while sealing away the Gelel stone but Naruto saves him at the last moment.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes take on a red colorization during his time serving Haido. Normally, they are green-colored.
- Token Good Teammate: In addition to being the only male in the knights, he is also the only one to NOT act (usually) like a dick to his opponents. He's also this to Haido's sect overall.
- The Stoic: Before the climax he doesn't show much emotion and even then, he's still coolheaded up until the reveal. Losing your parents will have that effect on you.
- Vague Age: Appears to be slightly older than Naruto and the other genin, but his exact age is never specified. His Japanese actor said that his age was never given in the script.
- You Killed My Father: Toward Haido.
Voiced by: Akio Nojima (JP), Douglas Rye (EN)
A supposed priest searching for the Stone of Gelel to find utopia. In truth, he's a power-hungry warlord who wants the stone to take over the world.
- Ambiguous Situation: He claims that the book that he learned about the legend of Gelel from was something he bought. However, because of how dangerous said power is, the book in question was put into hiding and the owner would never dare to sell it. Even though he never confirms or denies it, it's highly possible Haido murdered the owner and stole the book. Given his ambitions, this is plausible.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the second film.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: Thick, massive orange eyebrows.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: He's not the peace-loving Well-Intentioned Extremist he projects himself as.
- Fangs Are Evil: Exploited. Temujin's family was murdered by a man with vampire-like fangs. When Haido growls at him for refusing an order, Temujin finally notices Haido's sharp fangs.
- Faux Affably Evil: He drops his act when he learns that the Stone of Gelel could be destroyed.
- Hate Sink: His kindly priest appearance is just a disguise for the monster he truly is, his child followers were nothing more but pawns who were tricked into giving up their lives and free will to be his soldiers and his quest for a utopia is a lie for world domination, and he takes delight in admitting his evil when he's exposed.
- High-Class Glass: Wears a monocle.
- Jekyll & Hyde: His monster motif when he uses the Gelel stone as a symbolism for his two-faced nature.
- Kick the Dog: Laughs at Temujin for unknowingly helping his parents' killer for years.
- Manipulative Bastard: Tricked Temujin into helping him find the Gelel Stone with him unaware he was his clan's killer.
- Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: His claims to want the stone's power to bring a utopia are a lie.
- Powered by a Forsaken Child: His knight henchman are really children who're morphed into knights by the gelel stone.
- Slasher Smile: His big, toothy grin lets Temujin finally recognize his parents' killer.
- Stronger Than They Look: He's a portly fella in his human form and isn't much of a fighter while like that, but he is at least strong enough to backhand Naruto hard enough to send him flying.
- Too Dumb to Live: During his final attacks on Naruto. He dismisses one of his attacks despite the fact it broke through his shields. He takes one of Naruto's Rasengans head-on... and it burrows right through his chest and eventually his heart. Granted, he had taken a Rasengan beforehand that had resulted in him getting mangled and his neck twisted a full 180, yet was fully healed by the gelel in the mines. After taking the attack, he tries to heal again, but the damage is too thorough this time to be restored from.
Fugai, Kamira, and Ranke
Fugai voiced by: Urara Takano (JP), Kari Wahlgren (EN)
Kamira voiced by: Sachiko Kojima (JP), Jennifer Hale (EN)
Ranke voiced by: Houko Kuwashima (JP), Megan Hollingshead (EN)
Along with Temujin, Haido has three female knights who can morph to more monstrous forms with the power of the Gelel Stone. They are named Fugai, Kamira, and Ranke.
- All There in the Manual: Ranke's name isn't spoken in the film itself.
- Ambiguous Situation: It's never stated one way or the other if they were being manipulated by Haido and believed his lies about wanting a Utopia, like with Temujin, or if they were in on his plan to use the Gelel to conquer the world. Their general behaviors and the fact that they also participated in the slaughter of Temujin's village, plus their open hostility towards him after he joins them strongly imply the latter, but it is never spelled out exactly. Given Haido's true colors, though, it is probable.
- Bat Out of Hell: Kamira's monster forms invoke this.
- Beauty Is Bad: In their normal forms they're not too bad looking, though Fugai's eyes are a little edgy, but are still awful to their opponents and Temujin. Their monstrous Gelel forms, on the other hand...
- Blood Knight: Fugai has shades of it, especially during her battle with Sakura.
- Bodyguard Babes: Haido's elite guards and all-female.
- The Brute: Fugai is the most aggressive and forceful of the three. Ranke becomes a literal Lightning Bruiser in her Gelel form.
- Buried Alive: Ranke's fate when Gaara uses Sand Burial on her.
- Child Hater: Ranke, and Kamira to an extent, express disdain with having keep watch over Temujin's friends while they hunt for the stone. This extends to their and Fugai's treatment of Temujin himself, who is younger than them.
- Cute Monster Girl: Soundly averted, though Kamira's second form is significantly less monstrous than the others'.
- Dark Action Girl: All three of them.
- Dumb Blonde: Ranke
- Evil Makes You Ugly: Their Gelel forms are each based on a classic monster and are nothing sightly to behold. Fits their personalities to a tee though.
- Family-Unfriendly Death: Kamira, who Kankuro rather gruesomely slices into several pieces using an iron maiden-like puppet.
- Frankenstein's Monster: Ranke's Gelel form is modeled after this.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Fugai doesn't seem to have much patience with her prey.
- Hate Sink: Maybe not to Haido's level, but it's still apparent that due to their cruelty and constant mocking of their shinobi adversaries, plus their treatment of Temujin, does not make one weep too hard when they end up dead.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Fugai is defeated when Sakura tricks her into howling under some giant chimes which causes the place to vibrate and collapse the structure over her.
- Jerkass: Unlike their master, they don't even try to hide their wickedness and delight in mocking their opponents. All three of them take time to badmouth Temujin despite him being their comrade, even when he makes honest mistakes. It speaks volumes that Temujin not once ever refers to them as his comrades unlike his unnamed friend or the other children.
- Lack of Empathy: Applies to all of them, especially Kamira. Besides her insulting Temujin, she doesn't even acknowledge Fugai's death despite it happening within close proximity to her own battle.
- Monster Mash: All their Gelel forms are based on a classical monster.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: Fugai uses powerful wolf howls.
- Mind Screw: Kamira can do this to her opponents with her illusions. Oddly she only uses it once.
- Our Werewolves Are Different: Fugai's Gelel form is modeled after this.
- Our Vampires Are Different: Kamira's Gelel form is modeled after this.
- Psycho for Hire: They all show sadistic qualities during their battles, especially Fugai and Kamira.
- Quirky Miniboss Squad: Pretty much there to give Sakura, Shikamaru, Gaara, and Kankurō someone to fight through the movie.
- Savage Wolf: Fugai's Gelel form is a werewolf and she appears as the most violent of the trio.
- Shock and Awe: Ranke who uses electrical attacks.
Voiced by: Nachi Nozawa (JP), Kyle Hebert (EN)
The leader of a wandering caravan and is descended from the original Gelel miners.
- For Want of a Nail: His hiring of the Leaf ninja to bring back Nerugui to his village is what leads to them stumbling onto the plot of the film's villains.
- Interspecies Friendship: Has had one with the ferret Nerugui for most of his life. He takes it the hardest when Nerugui starts spending time with Temujin more and ultimately leaves with the youth for their original homeland.
- Mr. Exposition: He tells Naruto and Temujin about his clan's history as well as where to find the Mine of Gelel.
- Nice Guy: Is a pleasant fellow who hasn't lost his spunk despite his old age. He took Naruto and Temujin in to heal up their wounds despite being strangers.
- Oh, Crap!: He reacts with terror upon seeing the Mines of Gelel start to leak out after Haido's death.
- You Monster!: Calls Haido such upon realizing that it was he who led the attack on Temujin's village.
Voiced by: Tomoka Kurokawa (JP), Michelle Ruff (EN)
Kahiko's granddaughter and a member of his caravan. She is also descended from the original Gelel miners.
- Flat Character: She somewhat redundant to have around with Kahiko being the main expositor of the film.
- Ms. Exposition: Though not to the same extent of Kahiko, she is the one to enlighten Naruto to Nerugui's longevity and also that the ferret taking a shine to Temujin is strange behavior for him.
- Nice Girl: Like her grandfather, she is a pleasant type of person and helps the injured Naruto and Temujin heal up after their initial conflict.
Voiced by: Takako Honda (JP), Mona Marshall (EN)
The only other survivor of the destruction of Temujin's village, aside from Temujin himself. Temujin keeps him in mind whenever he doubts his fighting for a Utopia.
Naruto the Movie: Guardians of the Crescent Moon Kingdom
Voiced by: Akio Ohtsuka (JP), Michael Sorich (EN)
Prince of the Crescent Moon Kingdom. A kindly if not obese man who doesn't really know the meaning behind ruling a kingdom...initially.
- Big Eater: In his current state, said to have started doing so after his wife left him.
- Face Death with Dignity: It doesn't come to that thankfully, but when put on a plank with a noose around his neck. He initially sobs hysterically. But then realizes what his wife and father were trying to tell him about ruling a kingdom and eventually stops and composes himself to keep himself from falling.
- Meaningful Name: His name can be read as "to wax" or "to be full" which, besides being apt for the monarch of a kingdom named for a Moon phase, references how he's described as gaining a lot of weight and the movie ends with him having dropped some of it from Character Development.
- Nice Guy: Compared to his son, he's pretty modest at the start and doesn't act like a prick.
- Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: A trait of his at the start since he's been spoiled most of his life and spends money on a whim (he buys an entire circus at the start of the movie). His wife left him for this reason and refuses to take him back until he learns there's more to ruling a kingdom then wealth and power.
- Took a Level in Badass: Somewhat, he eventually does realize what's important to ruling a kingdom, refuses to give satisfaction to Shabadaba to seeing him blubber after this revelation and even manages to aid Naruto in beating Ishidate and during the credits we see him working out and starting to gain muscles.
Voiced by: Kyosuke Ikeda (JP), Kari Wahlgren (EN)
Michiru's bratty son and thus second prince to the Crescent Kingdom.
- The Archer: Fairly good with a bow and arrow.
- Bratty Half-Pint: Starts off like this at first.
- Chekhov's Skill: His archery which comes into play when he has to fire an arrow at the noose around his father's neck.
- Rich in Dollars, Poor in Sense: Like his father, he wanted the sabertooth tiger because it was rare but when it wouldn't make friends with him. He nearly abandoned it during a rainstorm on the boat ride back to his kingdom. Some choice words from Naruto eventually break him of this and the situation in the kingdom even moreso.
- Took a Level in Badass: If you can make friends with a sabertooth tiger and ride it to go save your father while shooting at a moving target...yeah you've pretty much done this.
Voiced by: Umeji Sasaki (JP), Terrence Stone (EN)
One of the ministers who perform a coup on the Crescent Kingdom and tries to take it over.
- Aristocrats Are Evil: Part of the royal court but wanted to up his status.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Ishidate being the one who throws things into motion.
- Bond Villain Stupidity: He manages to capture Michiru but rather then kill him outright. He had him stand on a plank with a noose around his neck hoping he would fall. Michiru manages to compose himself and buy time for Team 7 and the resistance to think of a plan to save him.
- Dastardly Whiplash: Has a thick mustache growing from his bangs to his nose.
- Dirty Coward: He only rose to power because of the mercenaries he hired. Without them, he's nothing.
- Literally Shattered Lives: His ultimate fate after Ishidate accidentally grabs him with his stone glove turning him to the stone. Naruto's final attack on Ishidate breaks him to pieces in the impact.
- Non-Action Big Bad: Considering he has no combat to speak of. Yeah.
- Shadow Archetype: To Michiru showing what he could be like if he just cared for money and power.
- Treacherous Advisor: Was a close friend of the original king, but let his greed get the better of him.
Voiced by: Masashi Sugawara (JP), Christopher Corey Smith (EN)
A ninja mercenary hired by Shabadaba to help overthrow the Crescent Kingdom.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: With Shabadaba, though he's treated more as the main threat.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Can use sand and rocks as well.
- Hero Killer: Kills two resistance members via Literally Shattered Lives.
- Oh, Crap!: His last expression after he gets the animals off him only to see Naruto bearing down on him with a Rasengan.
- Taken for Granite: Has a glove that can turn anything it touches to stone.
- Villainous Breakdown: As the fight against Naruto wears on, he become more stressed that such a young ninja can go toe to toe with him. So much so that when Shabadaba whines for him to go after Michru. He unknowingly grabs him with the stone glove by accident and turns him into a statue.
Voiced by: Haruhi Terada (JP), Cindy Robinson (EN)
Part of the Three Wandering Ninja with Ishidate who help take over the Crescent Moon Kingdom.
- Berserk Button: Being called a kid.
- Older Than They Look: Karenbanda who looks Sakura's age but is actually 22.
- Punched Across the Room: How Karenbanda is beaten.
- Squishy Wizard: Karenbanda's main power is using poison to case illusions and slow down reaction times. Sakura takes her out in one hit after she manages to find her location in the midst of the illusion.
Voiced by: Hisao Egawa (JP), Keith Silverstein (EN)
Part of the Three Wandering Ninja with Ishidate who help take over the Crescent Moon Kingdom.
- The Brute: The biggest of his allies and relies heavily on taijutsu.
- Dirty Coward: He could be quite cowardly when he was overwhelmed, as he was seen crawling away whimpering when Naruto sent him flying over the beach.
- Dumb Muscle: He preferred to simply pound his opponents with sheer force rather than using strategy.
- Unskilled, but Strong: With all his physical strength and endurance, Kongō is rather slow and lacks strategic skills.
- Would Hurt a Child: He leered in a sadistic way when he approached Hikaru with the intention of killing the child.
Naruto Shippuden the Movie
The daughter of the priestess of the originally sealed away Moryo. She is needed to make sure he stays that way.
- Assist Character: She amplified Naruto's Rasengan with her priestess chakra to much greater magnitudes.
- Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like: Besides from calling Sakura fat and nearly getting whapped over the head, she repeatedly showed a snooty attitude to basically anyone who annoyed her. She did this so much that Neji judo chopped her out cold because her complaining and resistance was that noisy and hazardous to the Leaf's escape when under attack.
- Cry Cute: She loses it when Naruto forces out the hidden sorrow she's trying to repress from losing scores of attendants protecting her.
- Damsel in Distress: For the first half of the movie, later justified in that this has literally comprised her whole life due to her foresight and role in being the keystone to Moryo's revival.
- Damsel out of Distress: When her latent maiden powers finally awaken, she completely escapes this fate and even helps to bring down Moryo herself, along with the help of Naruto.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Due to being able to see the future and when someone's going to die, she's rather callous about everything. Her time with Naruto and his unwillingness to believe in fate naturally changes that.
- Disney Death: Was thought killed by Moryo's henchmen but it turned out it was a decoy acting in her place.
- Hidden Heart of Gold: Intentionally shows rudeness and apathy toward people to keep them at bay so that they never draw close enough for her to miss them if they up and die. Unfortunately, it didn't work and Naruto berated her really hard for insulting someone who gave his whole life to her when he died and had served her so loyally he gave up his very identity forever to save her life.
- Losing a Shoe in the Struggle: Her geta sandals fall off when she gets thrown over a ledge. She spends the rest of the movie barefoot, and it shows when the bottoms of her feet become sodden in volcanic ash when she enters the volcano, averting Beauty Is Never Tarnished. It also gives Ironic Echo back to a scene where an attendant pampered her feet in water and now he's gone and she's in a gritty circumstance but bearing it nonetheless, gaining a thicker skin as it were.
- Miko: More or less her role.
- Palette Swap: Shion can more or less pass for Hinata's twin once you dye her hair◊.
- Screw Destiny: Her attitude later after hanging out with Naruto.
- Ship Tease: Oh so much with Naruto, culminating in the final scene where she basically asks him to father her children and he unwittingly agrees. Imagine how much explanation it involved to clear that up before the Leaf ninja went back home.
- Took a Level in Kindness: After she runs out into the woods to cry, practically all of her defense mechanisms of jerk vanish.
- What Measure Is a Mook?: Subverted; it later turns out she is full of self-loathing because so many of her attendants get killed trying to save her.
- You Can't Fight Fate: How she initially thought at first.
A demon that was sealed away by priestess. He is trying to free himself by making sure the priestess daughter is killed before he can be revived.
- Scaled Up: A giant dragon with multiple heads. It's practically a hydra.
A follower of Moryo whose trying to free him.
- Bad Boss: To his henchmen, ironically he's killed by Moryo himself
- Deadly Doctor: A rogue medical-nin.
- The Dragon: Acts on Moryo's behalf but not the main threat.
- Mouth of Sauron: Initially acts this way by letting Moryao posse him and give out order. Least till Moryo strong enough to act on his own.
- Self-Surgery: To allow Moryo to posse him, he willingly cuts open his stomach then sew himself back up once Moryo's in his body.
Yomi's henchmen. They are Kusuna, Gitai, Setsuna, and Shizuku.
- Awesome, but Impractical: While their combo moves are very grand (water dragons, trapping foes in huge tunnel system before lighting it on fire with wind to boost it and even controlled storms) they never work and drains their Chakra incredibly quickly.
- Ax-Crazy: Gitai.
- Blow You Away: Setsua's main power.
- Combination Attack: They're all pretty proficient at using their elements together to create stronger attacks. The downside is that it drains their chakra very quickly.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Gitai focuses on earth manipulation such as trapping foes with rock or using rocks as armor for defense and offense.
- Making a Splash: Shizuku who can both control and turn into water.
- The Medic: Kusuna in a sense, he holds the worms that give the group their powered chakra. Judging from the tools in his coat, he may also be capable of traditional medical techniques.
- Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Gitai in his full form has six arms and 3 faces.
- The Leader: Kusuna as he also the one giving them their powers and is able to actually control the Dark Chakra snakes to the point of using them to attack and hand him his tools.
- One-Winged Angel: Whenever Kusuna give their chakra they gain some powered up forms similar to a curse seal. Gitai takes it further by directly injesting the dark Chakra, turning into a full on monster with enhanced power but is unstable.
- Playing with Fire: While no one is specialized in this element, both Gitai and Shizuku both briefly demonstrate fire techniques to use in tandom with their comrades.
- Self-Disposing Villain: Gitai winds up killing himself during his fight against Rock Lee due to his unstable powers.
- The Smurfette Principle: Shizuku.
- Too Dumb to Live: They don't rationalize the chakra given to them and overuse their power till it's drained and they have to replenish. The heroes take advantage of this by striking before they can do so and taking them all out.
Naruto Shippuden 2: Bonds
A giant snake-like creature and one of the main antagonists of Naruto Shippuden the Movie: Bonds. Despite its moniker, it is not an official tailed beast.
- Always a Bigger Fish: The Zero-Tails may be too much for the average opponent, but once it goes up against Naruto's Four-Tailed Berserk State (which it taunted Naruto into unleashing) it gets utterly thrashed.
- Dark Is Evil: It feeds on negative emotions.
- Demonic Possession: Anyone who displays negative emotions is susceptible.
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.
- Bifauxnen: She dresses and acts like a boy, catching Naruto by complete surprise when he finds out she's a girl.
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: The bushiness of her eyebrows makes it easier for her to pose as a boy.
- 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: She has red hair and is just as temperamental as Sakura.
- Teacher/Student Romance: Her feelings Shinnō are so obvious that even Naruto picks up on them, though she vehemently denies them. It turns out that her feelings are one-sided to a cruel extent.
- Tomboy: To the extent that when they first met, Naruto actually mistook her for a boy.
- Been There, Shaped History: Apparently, he was the one who taught Orochimaru the reincarnation techniques and powers he makes use of.
- Big Bad: Of Bonds.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Sets himself up as a kindhearted, loving doctor, but in truth he's a heartless, scheming weasel.
- Clipped-Wing Angel: After taking a bad enough beating, his youth rejuvenation wears off and he becomes very emaciated, with nearly all of his hair falling out, including most of his eyebrows, resulting in him being even more hideous and sickly than his elderly self used to be and retreating to merge with the Zero-Tails in desperation to gain even more power and survive.
- Cool Old Guy: At first.
- Evil All Along: He pretended to be a decent guy and ally, but it was all a ruse.
- False Friend: To Amaru.
- Faux Affably Evil: Spent over 15 years posing as a kind doctor and father figure.
- Genius Bruiser: A highly trained medic and a capable fighter who kicks Naruto's ass in a fight.
- Good Powers, Bad People: He's a competent medical ninja, and a heartless bastard.
- Kick the Dog: He mocks Amaru's devotion to him, sending Amaru over the Despair Event Horizon and pissing off Naruto.
Naruto Shippuden the Movie: The Will of Fire
A man whose stealing kekkei genkai from the neighboring villages and targets Kakashi for his.
- Body Horror: Taking in all those kekkei genkai and modifying himself has really mutated his body.
- Extra-ore-dinary: His Steel Release Kekkei Genkai allows him to turn his body into metal for defense.
- Mega Manning: How his powers usually operate thanks to his Chimara technique.
- Older Than They Look: His current appearance looks like a teenage boy. He's much much older however.
- One Steve Limit: No, he has no relation whatsoever to Sasori's scorpion-like puppet with the same name.
- People Puppets: Can do this using seals. They even have time delays.
- Villainous Breakdown: When he finds he can't duplicate Naruto's final attack and thus has no way to counter it.
- Weather Manipulation: One of the Kekkei Genkai he stole, Storm Release, allows him to manipulate huge dark clouds.
- You Will Be Assimilated: Has a ritual that he does to take in kekkei genkai. He need five of them and Kakashi is the final piece needed.
Hiruko's henchman named Ichi, Ni and San.
- Abnormal Ammo- Ichi, after turning his hand into a giant serpent head, can shoot other snake heads from it that seem to explode on contact.
- The Beastmaster: Each of them focus on using beasts, though in different ways.
- Ichi focuses on snakes and uses them more like tools then back up compared to the others, having them forms nets, pillars to stand on, shoot projectiles and augment his own arms.
- Ni has giants modified hounds that fight with her, and if those don't prove good enough she can summon and fuse with a Lion Turtle aswell.
- San only has one, a giant modified bird creature with exploding feathers, who he rides on.
- Flat Character: None of them have much personality to speak of, just existing to split everybody up and give them someone to fight.
- Fusion Dance: They can combine together and become a chimera beast which took the whole of Konoha 11 to take down. Ni can also do a less powerful version of this with her Lion Turtle.
- Having a Blast: San's bird shoots explosive feathers. And it can shoot alot of them at once, which combined with it's speed makes it very good at carpet bombing foes.
- Mighty Glacier: Ni's Lion-Turtle is big and powerful, but is noted to be very slow and has a hard time keeping up with her foes.
- Nested Mouths: Ichi's "Snake Steel Net" Technique functions somewhat like this, summoning two snakes, who then have two snakes come from each of their mouths, then two from those and so on, forming a rather unconventional net.
- The Smurfette Principle: Ni.
- Too Many Belts: Ichi and San sport this.
- Whip It Good: Ni wields one.
- You Are Number 6: Their names are literally the Japanese words for "1,2,3". They even show up in order when launching their attacks.
Naruto Shippuden 4: The Lost Tower
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.
- God Save Us from the Queen!: 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Royalty Superpower: As the blood heir of Rōran, Sāra can sense and control the Ryūmyaku, and is also the only one who can open and close it.
- Songs of Solace: "To Light" (Hikari ni Wa) serves as this for her, 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.
- 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.
- Badass Boast:
- Big Bad: Of The Lost Tower.
- Evil Chancellor: Evil Minister, in this case.
- Evil Is Visceral: Is seen in one scene sitting on a fleshy throne in a Womb Level-like chamber.
- 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.
- Meaningful Name: "Mukade" roughly translates to "centipede", which is what one of his puppets looks and behaves like.
- Mecha-Mooks: His army of Dogu looking puppets, and they even come in different styles.
- 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.
- Quality over Quantity: His mass produced puppet army near the end aren't to impressive individually, being less equpped and powerful then the models that attacked Naruto earlier, but they have a huge numbers and are thus more of a threat. That and being able to fuse into a giant trap or fuse with his own body to become giant helps aswell..
- Slasher Smile: As he gives his Badass Boast.
- Taking You with Me: Being beaten by Naruto and Minato, he self-destructs and attempts to melt down the Ley Line to kill everyone in the city.
- 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.
- Took a Level in Badass: His present day self wasn't too remarkable, seemingly only having one puppet that took little effort to dispatch and didn't seem to have much else to his name. After traveling in the past, he not only has a huge army of even better puppets at his command but has also modified his body into being a powerful puppet.
- 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.
Naruto Shippuden 5: Blood Prison
The warden of Hōzuki Castle where Naruto is sent to after being framed.
- Big Bad: Seems to be set up for the movie until the climax where the Satori takes over.
- Canon Immigrant: He's mentioned in Kakashi Hiden, though the specific circumstances of his canonical demise (which happened years before the events of the novel) are implied to be somewhat different from what happened in the movie.
- Curb-Stomp Battle: He delivers a swift one to a group of rowdy inmates with nothing but his hands.
- Frame-Up: Frames Naruto to get him sent to his prison.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Impaled by the Satori-Possessed Muku after he frees him.
- Playing with Fire: His nature is fire and he's quite ruthless with it, as several inmates can attest.
- Redemption Equals Death: Mui lets himself get hit by Naruto's Rasengan attack while on Satori as atonement for his actions and dies shortly after reconciling with his son.
- Wardens Are Evil: Runs a very strict prison though does allow the inmates to fight him if they wish to challenge him.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: Purposely framed Naruto to use his power so that he may open the box and free his son.
A female inmate posing as a male who Naruto meets during his time in the prison.
- Childhood Friend Romance: With Muku. She initially in the prison to avenge him behind seal in the box but is surprised Mui is trying to free him.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Naruto takes a fatal hit in his fight against the Satori. She uses her power to save him but at the cost of her own life.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Along with Naruto, they both got impaled by the Satori in the final battle. In jumping in front of the claw lessened some of the damage to allow Naruto to keep fighting but it ultimately proved fatal to him had she not sacrificed her life.
- Peek-a-Bangs: Her hair covers her left eye.
- Playing with Fire: Her "Fire Release: Demon Lantern" is a number of flaming heads.
- Samus Is a Girl: Naruto finds this out when he tries to jump of a cliff into a current full of whirlpools and she's forced to save him. Revealing her gender when she had to dry off her clothes.
- Together in Death: After she dies, Naruto sees two glowing lights among the others, signifying that she finally reunited with Muku.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Ryuzetsu has white hair.
A ninja under Mui's employ.
- Frame-Up: He was the one that imitated Naruto to get him sent to prison.
- Half the Man He Used to Be: Get bisected by the Satori while trying to attack it.
- I Have Your Wife: Only worked with Mui and the elders because they held his son hostage.
- Undying Loyalty: To Mui despite only working for him to keep his son safe.
- Making a Splash: He is able to use Water Release to create jets of water.
- Meaningful Name: "Maroi" (丸い) means "calm" or "harmonious", referencing his personality.
- Mellow Fellow: He's very relaxed.
- The Mole: Sent into the prison to see what Mui was up to as well as look after Naruto.
- Nice Guy: He is in fact a calm, jovial and level-headed individual that sometimes came off as being entirely carefree.
- Shock and Awe: He's able to use Thunder Jutsus. Not surprising considering he's from the Hidden Cloud Village.
Mui's son whom he had sacrificed in order to open the Box of Enlightenment to ask for a wish.
- And I Must Scream: Was completely conscious within the box stating it was nothing more then an endless void.
- Demonic Possession: The Satori uses his body in order to revive itself and wreck havoc.
- Dying as Yourself: Before Naruto lands the final blow, he comes back to his senses and reconciles with his father.
- Heroic Sacrifice: Kills himself and uses his body to re-seal the Satori back in the box.
- Playing with Fire: He was very profficient with "Fire Release: Demon Lantern" technique.
- The Promise: Promised Ryuzetsu that'd he return to her upon being used to Open The Box of Enlightenment. He manages to fulfill it in death.
- Together in Death: With Ryuzetsu. Naruto notices two glowing lights among the others after she dies, signifying that they finally reunited.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: As a child, Muku was a cheerful individual that loved his father dearly. His greatest wish was to live a peaceful life with his father and his best friend. However, after spending years inside the Box of Ultimate Bliss, he reemerged as an apathetic, cold and cruel person, if not bearing a grudge against his father for feeding him to the box.
- Walking Spoiler: As you can see by the examples above.
A monstrous demon sealed in the Box of Enlightenment.
- Demonic Possession: The Satori uses Muku body in order to revive itself and wreck havoc.
- Eldritch Abomination: Satori in Japanese culture are usually crow like beings. This thing looks anything but crow like.
- Feather Flechettes: Use it feathers in it's attacks.
- Hero Killer: One of the few non-canon characters that manages to accomplish this by actually fatally wounding Naruto in the climax. It's only thanks to Ryuzetsu that it didn't stick.
- Lightning Bruiser: Despite it's size, it's surprisingly fast, even giving Naruto's Sage Mode trouble.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Was the the evil that was sealed within the box, it uses Muku in order to escape imprisonment until the heroes stop it and re-seal it again.
Naruto Shippuden 6: Road to Ninja
Voiced by: Junko Takeuchi (JP), Maile Flanagan (EN)
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. He turns out to be Menma, that universe's verison of Naruto.
- Alternate Self: He's revealed to be his world's version of Naruto. Menma Namikaze, an alternate version of him who'd never turned evil appears in Episode 427, as part of Tenten's Infinite Tsukuyomi dream.
- 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: The Sharingan look quite different from normal eyes.
- 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 his true identity.
- 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).
- One Steve Limit: Averted. He shares his name with a filler character from Part I.
- Power Dyes Your Hair: His hair is actually blond, but being possessed by Tobi turned it black.
- 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.
- Shout-Out: The methods he used destroys most of Konoha is similar to Pain's attack on Konoha in the main universe as he uses a technique very similar to the Shinra Tensei. His methods of combat also greatly resemble Pain's, relying on the Nine Masked Beasts in similar fashion to the Six Paths of Pain.
Konoha ninja of the genjutsu world
- Alternate Self: Each of the members superficially resemble their counterparts, but have their most defining personality aspect inverted.
- The Bus Came Back: Returned for the anime-only two parter "Road to Tenten", which focuses on Tenten's Infinite Tsukuyomi dream. Minus Tenten's counterpart, naturally.
- For Want of a Nail: The genjutsu world was supposedly supposed to perfectly reflect the original, but Naruto and Sakura's presence causes severe changes. Most notably, Sakura's parents were the ones who lost their lives in the Nine-Tails attack, not Naruto's.
- Not as You Know Them: All the personalities and quirks that we've come to know have been reversed to switched around. For instance, Kakashi is energetic and punctual, while Guy considers himself to be an old man who lost his youth a long time ago.
Voiced by: Chie Nakamura (JP), Kate Higgins (EN)
Sakura's counterpart. She doesn't appear in the movie proper, but in Episode 271 of the anime.
- 100% Adoration Rating: While Naruto became a village pariah when his parents sacrificed himself due to his heritage being hidden, Sakura's lineage is well-known and she's praised as the daughter of heroes.
- Hero of Another Story: As mentioned, she appears in episode 271 that serves as an inversion of the movie's plot; namely, she has to cope with how different the real Konoha is.
Voiced by: Noriaki Sugiyama (JP), Yuri Lowenthal (EN)
Sasuke's counterpart. Not only did he never betray the village, but he is the village playboy.
- Good Costume Switch: One of only three members of the Konoha 11 to wear a different outfit than his real world counterpart, presumably due to never training with Orochimaru.
- Handsome Lech: Constantly flirting and courting the various girls of the village, and as good-looking as his original counterpart.
- Something About a Rose: Woos Sakura by offering her a rose. Later revealed to do this to EVERY girl.
Voiced by: Nana Mizuki (JP), Stephanie Sheh (EN)
Hinata's counterpart. Instead of the shy sweetheart we know, she's far more confident and aggressive.
- Adaptational Badass: As seen in the "Road to Tenten" filler, she can use the Heavenly Spin and Shadow Clones, something the real Hinata has never seen using.
- Clingy Jealous Girl: Gets VERY possessive of Naruto.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: She has a very short fuse. Expect her to threat somebody to gouge their eyes out whenever she's present.
- Hotter and Sexier: Rather than the modest outfit the normal Hinata wears, her outfit consists of an open jacket, short-shorts and a crop top.
- Yandere: Borderline example; she threatens to kill Sakura if she and Naruto were on a date, but never acts on it.
Voiced by: Kosuke Toriumi (JP), Kyle Hebert (EN)
Kiba's counterpart. A cat lover who is constantly at odds with Akamaru.
Voiced by: Shinji Kawada (JP), Derek Stephen Prince (EN)
Shino's counterpart. A gardener who hates insects.
- Flat Character: The member of the group to get the least characterisation. Fittingly enough.
- Lost in Translation: In the original Japanese, his line "I hate bugs" is pronounced in a similar way to "I hate being ignored", a nod to the real-world Shino's running gag. Sadly this doesn't work in English.
Voiced by: Showtaro Morikubo (JP), Tom Gibis (EN)
Shikamaru's counterpart. A scatterbrain who enjoys goofing off and eating.
Voiced by: Kentaro Ito (JP), Robbie Rist (EN)
Choji's counterpart. More in-shape than his counterpart, he doesn't like overeating.
Voiced by: Ryoka Yuzuki (JP), Colleen O'Shaughnessey (EN)
Ino's counterpart. Soft-spoken and gentle.
Voiced by: Yoichi Masukawa (JP), Brian Donovan (EN)
Lee's counterpart. Almost exactly like his counterpart, save for an apparent fetish for women's underwear.
- Alternate Self: While Episode 427 keeps most of the RTN cast the same as their debut movie, that episode's Rock Lee is the "normal" Lee of Tenten's Infinite Tsukiyomi dream, seen for a total of one panel in the manga. Thankfully, he lacks the original RTN!Lee's perversions.
- Panty Thief: Which he then wears.
Voiced by: Koichi Tochika (JP), Steve Staley (EN)
Neji's counterpart. A shameless pervert who uses his Byakugan to peep on the women's baths, and has an intense lust for his cousin.
Voiced by: Yukari Tamura (JP), Danielle Judovits (EN)
Tenten's counterpart. Unlike her counterpart, she's a klutz who frequently hurts herself using her own weapons.