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Naruto no Yoko

By Meowmerida97

Adventure

Naruto no Yoko

Hidow this is a story based off of Ia's Tale of Six Trillion Years and a Night. I was just inspired by this, and be warned there will be severe council bashing specifically Danzo, and Sandaime bashing though he might redeem himself not sure I would love you feedback.

I DON'T OWN NARUTO OR ANY OF THE CHARACTERS UNLESS I CREATE THEM! ALSO WHILE THIS IS INSPIRED BY A VOCALOID SONG IT WILL BE DIFFERENT BUT SOME PARTS ARE FROM THAT SONG!

Prologue

Naruto's Pov

I had never known anything besides this room. I was treated like a forsaken demon child for no reason. I didn't know anything besides pain and the evil that was the man. He had a cane and looked like he was wrapped in thin clean strips of my clothes. His eyes were scary, insane looking and he talked about things with big words but I didn't understand their language. I only knew one word which I will always stick to my first word ever uttered, no.

There was another person in here. They had longer hair and pretty eyes and their skin was really really pale. I asked for their name in my strange language that they seemed to understand, but they showed me a scar on their neck. They shook their head and I take it that they cannot speak for themself.

This is how my world passed for what seemed like a very long time.

Then one day I heard screaming, well more than usual and it sounded like the insane old man. I perked up along with cell mate. I heard an angry woman's yells and groans of pain knowing what that means well. This person could die any day, most likely today. I shrunk back in fear knowing who it was and while the man who had constantly visited looked weak, I knew otherwise.

Then it ended it was quiet almost too quiet. I didn't like it and whimpered in fear trying to hide from it. Then the door opened and a woman came in.

She had bright red hair that was really pretty even though it reminded me of blood. Her eyes were a strange color almost like my cell mate but darker. She was pale like most of the people here.

"Naruto?"

I look at her strangely wondering how she knew my name. I was scared of her because I could tell that she was powerful, very powerful. She went towards me and undid the chains that were hanging from the wall and keeping me prisoner. She then went to the other person and undid their chains and they fell forward. She grabbed them up and then came back to me.

"Naruto, it's kaa-san, Kushina, I'm going to get you out of here," I didn't understand most of it except 'Naruto,' 'kaa-san,' and 'out' but I knew what that meant.

When we got out we were led away in to the sunset.

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