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Naruto and Suzuka

By Deathgeass

Action / Romance

Chapter 1 Banishment

Naruto & Suzuka

Summary: Naruto banished goes to the Far East and finds Tokyo. There he gets adopted by Ayano and has a family he only dreamed of. While going out doing a chore he walks through his future school and sees a girl high jumping and instantly falls in love. Naruto x Suzuka & Yamato x Honoka.

Please read Suzuka by SEO Kouji it's really good. Way better then Kimi no iru machi. (kimi was good in the beginning but then Asuka got dumped and then Haruto keeps getting girls even though he DOESN'T DESERVE THEM!)

Story Start

Chapter 1: Banishment

"Uzumaki Naruto as of this day you are banished! If you are seen anywhere near the fire nation you will be executed! You have until the morning tomorrow to leave." Said the Godaime Hokage with tears pouring endlessly down her eyes. Naruto just signed.

'Guess I gotta start packing.' Naruto thought.

"Not like you have anything to pack. Just get some food and leave this ape village." Said a giant fox.

'Yeah, yeah furball I just want to go say bye to jiji's grave and the Ichirakus.' Naruto said to the fox. The fox nodded and cut of the link in Naruto's mind.

Naruto was walked to his apartment and looked at the all the smiles the villagers were giving him. Naruto already knew that everyone in the village knew that he was being banished. For what! For bringing back a traitor who was going to a pedophilia gender confused snake.

Once Naruto got home he got his scroll that hid all his money he had saved throughout his childhood and another scroll that contained large amount of ramen. He put both scrolls in inside a smaller scroll and he also put a kettle inside the scroll in case he needed hot water. The fox inside Naruto gave a face palm.

'Why do I always get the idiot hosts?!' The fox grumbled.

Naruto got the stuff he needed and went to the Ichirakus where he got to eat 100 bowls of ramen that was on the house. He later went to the sandaime's grave and prayed and said his thanks you's and farewells to his surrogate grandfather. Later he went to say bye to Iruka who was crying when he got there and was drunk.

The next morning when Naruto was going to the gate he was greeted by raged fan girls who were insulting him and throwing garbage at him for hurting their precious Sasuke-kun.

'Can't they tell that the Uchiha is gay?' Naruto asked himself.

"You hairless apes are all stupid. Makes no difference if one knows or not." The fox said.

'Yeah I get you Kyuubi. Hey did you just call me stupid as well?' Naruto asked.

"Yes, yes I did." Kyuubi said.

Naruto then left without saying goodbye to any of his friends mostly because all his true friends were in the hospital after what the so called last loyal Uchiha put them through.

"So kit where do we go?" Kyuubi asked.

'I thought you said all hairless apes ere stupid.' Naruto said.

"Shut up! You are! I'm just saying do you know any place that could help you not get killed when your former village comes back and tries to kill you." Kyuubi said.

'Nope. Remember I fell asleep in geology class.' Naruto said to Kyuubi. Kyuub was yelling at him for having a stupid hairless ape as his host. Naruto was holding his head in pain.

"WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO HUH?! THEIR GOING TO SEND HUNTER NINS AFTER YOUR HAIRLESS ASS AND WE'RE GOING TO DIE!" Kyuubi ranted.

'Hey I may not know where to go but at least I know which direction I want to go in.' Naruto said as he looked up at the sky.

"Which direction is it?" Kyuubi asked

"East." Naruto said as he watched the rising sun.

"Towards the birth of the day huh? I like it. At least it's a start." Kyuubi said thinking his host was a little bit smart.

"Yeah let's go DATTEBAYO!" Naruto shouted as he ran towards the east. Unknown that someone was watching him.

To be continued


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