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The Untold Prophecy is a Naruto/Star Wars Crossover Fan Fic by Fanwriter 10101 and Digman 14. It stands at 26 chapters and is currently active.

The story's premise is that a young Naruto is whisked away from his village by Master Yoda, who has sensed his presence through the Force. He is trained as a Jedi during the twilight of the Galactic Republic, and is ultimately drawn into the Mandalorian Civil Wars, the Invasion of Naboo, and the Clone Wars. Through his experience on the battlefield, Naruto becomes a capable Frontline General that is A Father to His Men, and is tasked with leading the Republic's 10th Army to victory.


Along the way, he falls victim to a Miscarriage of Justice and is ultimately expelled from the Order and expatriated by the Republic. He eventually escapes, and forms his a third faction loyal to him with help from his allies.

The Untold Prophecy contains examples of:

  • Adaptational Villainy: Saesee Tiin and Oppo Rancisis. While not evil, they oppose Naruto's maverick interpretation of the Jedi Code and are his most common detractors.
  • Action Girl: Siri and Aayla are both remarkably skilled Jedi Masters able to stand up against Grievous.
    • Bo-Katan becomes a badass Death Watch Commando
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Siri is at first revolted by Ross. Eventually she agrees to go on one date.
  • Ascended Extra: Siri Tachi is a main character for the parts one and two of the story.
  • Asskicking Equals Authority: Naruto's capability as a field commander lands him a position well above his station. Senior Jedi General is a position meant to be given only to high ranking Jedi Masters, but Naruto achieves this rank as a Knight.
  • Badass Crew: Naruto and his Generals.
  • Badass Teacher: Naruto starts off just sparring with King to keep his skills up. Eventually King becomes his Padawan in all but name.
  • Blessed with Suck: Naruto's unique lightsaber form is fast. Stupid fast. The problem is that it takes too much of a strain on his body and that even the almighty Naruto gets tired after just a few minutes of using it.
    • Once he learns how to use Chakra though...
  • Castfrom Hit Points: Using his unique form exhausts Naruto to the point that he gets nosebleeds and muscle cramps if he uses it for too long.
  • Catchphrase: Even as a Jedi, Naruto can't quite kick his verbal tick.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: The Jedi's first encounter with Grievous. He end up defeating six Masters, two knights, and a Padawan. With deadly results for some.
    • Pretty much anyone Kenichi fights can expect this outcome if they aren't careful.
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  • Early-Bird Cameo: A teenage Riyo Chuchi is shown very early on as an assistant to Pantora's senator.
  • Everything Trying to Kill You: The Battle of Leritor Minor was a pretty intense litmus test for the rookie 644th Legion. Thankfully, they had the much more experienced 497th to help guide them.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Crackshot is a AT-TE Commander with a ridiculous affinity for the mass driver cannon.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Ross Darahan
  • Killed Off for Real: Sha'a Gi, Daakman Barrek Siri
  • Know When to Fold 'Em: Inverted. Palpatine just can't seem to give up on killing Naruto. At this point, it almost seems personal.
  • Oblivious to Love: Naruto doesn't seem to catch on that Bo-katan has a massive crush on him.
  • Oh, Crap!: Grievous' response when Naruto unleashes the power of the Nine Tails.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Naruto, upon his promotion to Jedi Master becomes far more powerful due to mastering his own unique Lightsaber form.
    • He does this again when he learns how to utilize Chakra.
    • King learns how to use Form V after being adopted as Naruto's training partner.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Ross goes from being a cold and calculating career Navy man with little regard for the lives of his Clones to one of Naruto's most trusted friends and commanders and eventually, his true second in command.
  • World Building: Quite a bit of it throughout the story. The Mandalorian Civil War is fleshed out a bit more, and Naruto's life as a young Jedi is not glossed over.

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