The mercenary group Akatsuki was used by Madara and Obito Uchiha to raise money and resources for global ninja dominance. Despite this, the organization had a small number of members, and almost everyone perished during the events of Naruto and Naruto Shippuden. practically all.
Some, like Jz Biwa, Itachi’s first pair among the group, even passed away early. Kisame Hoshigaki later changed his location, at least in the anime.
Even the pretend commanders Ache and Konan, as well as the real leaders Obito and Madara, perished in Shippuden, with the smaller members meeting their various demises during the Fourth Ninja Warfare.
Nevertheless, whoever departed before the group did so and lived.
In the case of Orochimaru, for instance, this is true.
Sannin actively pursued Akatsuki, in contrast to the other members. Orochimaru “invited” himself to the group because he was excited by the prospect of being close to Itachi (and his Sharingan) and Nagato (and his Rinnegan).
Nagato agreed despite not wanting the hassle of dealing with him. The three-way alliance, however, was short-lived because Orochimaru assaulted Itachi shortly thereafter and demanded to be led away from the group.
And not only did Orochimaru survive the Fourth Warfare’s events, but he also blossomed as a new ninja and Vila Oculta da Folha’s “ally.”
However, most followers are aware of this.
Some people forget that the team that Sasuke created after “killing” Orochimaru—first Workforce Hebi, then Workforce Taka—also evolved into an Akatsuki member.
Even during the pursuit of Killer B, the Jinchuuriki of the Eight-Tailed Beast, they acquired the durable purple cloud coat.
The union was nevertheless brief, just like with Orochimaru. Sasuke’s team was entirely defeated, and soon after that, Sasuke and his devoted team turned against Akatsuki.
Sasuke and the other three members of Workforce Taka, Karin, Juugo, and Suigetsu, are still alive today, demonstrating that quitting Akatsuki was a better decision than following the group’s suggested health plan.
Between the years 2007 and 2017, including the second season of the anime, Naruto Shippuden was demonstrated. After two years of training, Naruto returns with the task of defeating Akatsuki and rescuing Sasuke from Orochimaru.
The Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, and Kakashi stories are concluded in the 500 total episodes of the anime (including the Naruto Shippuden filler material). The anime also sets the stage for a direct continuation of the narrative.
On Crunchyroll, you can watch every episode of Naruto in its entirety. Additionally, the program offers the direct continuation of Naruto and Boruto: Naruto Subsequent Generations.
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