Hinata dating


19-Sep-2017 03:00

His emotions become more violate Stage 4; Naruto's hair grows longer, ears become fox ears.

TStage 5; Naruto's chakra become red all the time, cannine teeth remain permanetely elongated, a fox tail grows on him flesh and blood Stage 6; He becomes the Kyuubi proper (However retaining the ability to transform back to his original form)By chance, he happens to catch Inari and Tsunami being attacked, and saves them, learning of the attack on the bridge, goes to save them.

For the first three, however, you can say that either, Minato could not understand hate, Hiruzen had to make sacrifices to keep Naruto safe in the long run and Danzo must be like a Bashed Dumbledore, believing that the end is worth the means to get there.

While in the Wave country, Naruto and Team 7 get into a massive fight, over whatever you choose (Your choice if Kakashi is involved).

Saving his former team, begrudginely, he returns to Konoha, but what he doesn't realize is that his transformation also create strange pheromones waiving off him that affects females who are compatible with him.

The compatibility follows in stages (your choice in timing like Naruto's)Stage 1; A strong affection/crush on him, a lack of interest in other guys (Think Hinata)Stage 2; Increase of chakra, intelligence and abilities, to a lesser extent than Naruto Stage 3; The females emotions become more violate, the female's begin to experinces "heat" periods Stage 4; The females eyes become red, fox ears replace their human ones Stage 5; A fox tail of flesh and blood grows, their chakra becomes permanetly red Stage 6; The female becomes a giant fox like the Kyubbi (Less tails, can return to human form)The females have to include at least Hinata, any other female is okay, as long as they aren't originally male (Haku is an exception) or a mother/married. Message me if you take it Naruto, after gaining his ninja rank, is attacked by a mob for some reason or another.

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Immature and hormonal souls may wonder What Does She See in Him?Entering it, he discovers a scroll on clan sealings, the chakra trains, and a scroll of hidden techniques and researched projects never finished.



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