Why Sasuke Uchiha is a Terribly Written Character

naruto_692___evil_sasuke_by_tenmax68-d7yw12tSasuke Uchiha is one of the most polarizing characters in shōnen anime. He had fan girls and emo boys ready to fight to the death to defend his honor and even now there are anime analyzing commentators willing to make entire videos explaining why he was such a great character. From the title of this post, you might deduce that I fall on the other side of this equation. Sasuke was a generic revenge-motivated Gary Stu, who, through a convoluted twist, becomes a bad guy with too many character inconsistencies to take seriously. Even if Kishimoto hadn’t admitted to it, which he has, it was obvious that he was coming up with Sasuke’s story as he was writing it, for he couldn’t seem to decide whether he was a badass with a traumatic past, or as I took him, an overly emotional, irrationally motivated spastic.



Sasuke really is a testament of Kishimoto’s terrible writing, both in its inconsistencies and its lack of set up for important plot points. Right from the beginning we are told AND shown that Sasuke is a focused, coldly rational “genius” shinobi governed by the code of surviving to avenge his clan as well as to prevent himself from going down any path his brother, Itachi, might have taken. Up until a certain point, his character remains relatively consistent. Whenever he did something overly emotional it was generally due to being affected by the Cursed Seal or in reaction to Itachi himself. However, after Itachi shows how weak Sasuke is (and Gaara before him), we begin to see how irrational Sasuke is in his desperation get the strength he needs to kill him. This is where the inconsistencies with his character begins to reveal themselves.

sasuke-uchiha-sasuke-naruto-shippuden-uchiha-itachi-1366x768-wallpaperIn the later parts of the first series, Sasuke’s emotions completely take dominance and undermine his reason: He charges at Itachi three times when he knows he can’t win and he flees to seek Orochimaru’s help to kill Itachi despite knowing that Orochimaru was easily defeated by Itachi (the reason he wants his body). Even after learning that Itachi’s actions were for the greater good of The Hidden Leaf, instead of following his path, he decides that redirecting his hatred and revenge at the people Itachi worked with and starting an all out war is the better option. Although these are all good examples of Sasuke doing something incredibly stupid from being overly emotional, he doesn’t go full retard until he decides to support Madara’s war EVEN after learning of Itachi’s motive for killing the Uchiha and what he sacrificed to prevent such a thing.

tumblr_inline_o2uvlvzrhc1s779s8_500Don’t get me wrong. It could be interpreted that Sasuke had an identity crisis after realizing that Itachi was a “victim” due to the Konoha’s leaders exploiting his hatred of war to kill the Uchiha and prevent their uprising. But this context doesn’t really stop Itachi from being a blind tool. He didn’t have to follow their orders, after all, it was not a unanimous decision to have the Uchiha killed as the Third Hokage voted against it. But even if it had been, he could have just killed those involved with the coup, but no, he killed EVERYONE but Sasuke. Despite his motivation to stop war, or maybe even because of it, Itachi doing what he did was a dick move considering its consequences. However, not only was Sasuke blind to this fact and began fighting to avenge him, but he was also blind to the fact that by avenging Itachi against Konoha he was causing the very thing Itachi died trying to prevent.

sasuke-uchiha-itachi-uchiha-sharingan-narutoA testament to Kishimoto’s bad writing was that it wasn’t until this was revealed to Sasuke by Obito that certain parts of Sasuke’s flashbacks (which hadn’t been seen in previous – lengthy – retellings of Sasuke’s backstory) was just conveniently inserted into Sasuke’s memory to increase the impact of the revelation. That’s the equivalent of remembering an important part of a set-up for a joke you forgot to add so you just sneakily slide it in right before delivering the punchline, ironically taking away any punch the line might have had. To put the cherry on the cake, even after Sasuke learns that Obito lied to him about Madara’s involvement in the Nine-tails invasion, it doesn’t put a dent in his resolve, despite this showing that it was really him who caused the Uchiha coup, and in turn, their destruction.

tumblr_m3xuz7rajm1rw2jaio1_500Even after he sorts all this nonsense out with his resurrected brother and learns the true reason behind Itachi’s actions (trying to prevent war), his motives were still irrational and overly emotional. His final authoritarian goal to stop war through fear is retarded. He wanted to kill all leaders and put himself up as a common enemy people will hate together, who else can see where this plan might go wrong? (Like him dying for one!) It becomes so convoluted that it takes losing an arm to make him realize how retarded it is, and even then he only submits because Naruto is more childishly stubborn about his ideals than he is. When a character’s motives are obviously irrational from them being emotionally unstable, it’s hard to see why anyone’s favorite character would be such an over-powered spaz.


You agree with me, don’t you?

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53 Responses to Why Sasuke Uchiha is a Terribly Written Character

  1. Anon says:

    But…but Sasuke’s hot tho 😦

  2. Yue Beh says:

    I was rewatching the final battle of Sasuke vs Naruto, and I was at the point where Sasuke talked about his view of being “Hokage”. I just stopped halfway as he just doesn’t make sense. I really never understood how and why he made his choices. Then again, Itachi also doesn’t make sense sometimes. The whole Uchiha clan is so convoluted in their way of thinking.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The worst thing about his revolution, is that he had just fought 3 people who tried to do everything themselves

    How in the world doesnt he realise by fighting them that you cant do everything by yourself.

    He gets a hard reminder of that fact, when he says to sakura that she doesnt need to know what was happening during infinite ts. Because she is useles as is kakashe

    but it was because of that same ‘useles’ sakura that he was able to get back frm the sand dimension, and it was bec of her that they were able to seal kaguya

    even when naruto tels him this he doesnt even answer that argument and just smirks.

    If he had succeeded the world would have been doomed, as you can see otsutsukis stil roam around

    • Christopher Keene says:

      Probably going to a follow-up blog going through the issues step by step.

      • Cory says:

        @Luisa lmao you can’t be this retarded
        Saucegay was just a spoiled fag that complained about EVERYTHING an kept trying to put everyone in his problems

        Had Naruto fought with the intention of killing ? Saucegay wouldn’t be alive rn

  4. Luisa says:

    “Even after learning that Itachi’s actions were for the greater good of The Hidden Leaf, instead of following his path, he decides that redirecting his hatred and revenge at the people Itachi worked with and starting an all out war is the better option.” That I’m gonna have to disagree with. Sasuke loved Itachi and he knew what Itachi wanted of him (to go back to being a Leaf ninja and give his life to protect it), yes, but Sasuke DESPISED the Leaf. And rightfully so, since the Leaf is directly responsible for the demise of his clan and the death of his family. Sasuke couldn’t care less about the greater good of the Hidden Leaf Village and I don’t think it’s just because he was hurt about what it did to his life, I think Sasuke saw the Leaf as a source of evil. After all, he saw the shinobi world for what it truly was since he was a kid: a grim, cutthroat system that makes children fight to their deaths and villages kill each other just so that the few people in power keep being in power, all the while keeping up a facade of honour and idealism, having ninjas believe that dying for their village and commiting atrocities against others is the right thing to do. I just wish Kishimoto wrote this more clearly. It would be interesting to see Sasuke and Naruto’s fight as an ideological one better translated in the story. What is sad is that Sasuke was absoulutely right in wanting a revolution, but in the end it was Naruto who won and nothing changed in the shinobi system.

  5. Pepsei & potato wedges says:

    Hey! I clicked on this article out of curiosity. I love reading others’ dissections, it just adds more to one’s knowledge. However, I’m going to have to disagree with on everything except the ending Sasuke got.

    I think that Sasuke’s character is infused with conflict and self development. Conflict is when his goals keeps changing depsite his will. After the trauma of seeing his brother slaughter his parents and basically the people he grew up and got to see every single day of his younng life, it sure did take a an immense toll on him. Especially at such a young age. And honestly, speaking from experience, I understand Sasuke. Being hurt constantly, emotionally, is dangerous. It leads to dark thoughts—depression and from there suicide. Perhaps he did think about those as he was weak as a kid to kill Itachi, but when he met team seven and spent a good amount of time with them, he forgot his hate and pain. Even just for a little bit.

    But, when Itachi appears in Konoha again, everything nasty comes back to him. His hate intensities the moment Itachi tells him he’s weak. Hence, him snatching at any opportunity to posses power to take his revenge. It’s not Sasuke that is doing these things, it’s his mental illness that cocoons him and takes the lead. I bet deep down he was lost and terrified. He just wanted to be safe and loved at the end of the day. He was a kid when it all started, after all.

    I think Sasuke has the most character development of all of Naruto characters. Yes, he does change for the worse, and then pounce back to good, but that’s development. It doesn’t have to be a good change. Therefore, I think Sasuke is well-written character, with a rich background story, conflicts and goals.

    Regardless of the above, when Naruto ended, I was immediately got upset over the ending because it actually did not make sense. Like, at all. Sasuke, being obviously mentally ill, and a severely unstable personality, he should’ve being under heavy therapy. It was not right to just him be back in the village because so many people would disagree with having a criminal amongst them (especially Tsunade, who would at least detain him).

    I get that it is a ninja world and everyone has to be tough and strong, but Sasuke is just too screwed up to function normally. It didn’t make sense that he married Sakura either and had a kid with her. He wouldn’t have survived those lonely trips of his without feeling sad or vulnerable to the point that he’d think of ending it all.

    It just doesn’t make ANY sense!

    Anyway, despite disagreeing, I enjoyed reading your article!
    Looking forward for hearing what you think about my point of view. Have a good one!

    • Christopher Keene says:

      Refer to my earlier response where I acknowledge his starting point making sense, but going from there doesn’t: https://fantasyandanime.wordpress.com/2018/06/13/i-spent-too-much-time-on-this-rebuttal-not-to-post-it-heres-my-respronse-to-an-article-from-a-sasuke-fan-boy/
      Sasuke wanted to avenge their family by killing him.
      (This is the only part of Sasuke’s story that makes sense. If his story was one of his desire for revenge turns into a desire for justice for his people, there would actually be a moral to this story, but no.)

    • Anonymous says:

      His goal was to avenge his clan and restore the uchiha name,

      But that it just changed to killing his brother and to hel with the uchiha name, thats where i lost interest in sasuke,

      How could he not realise that going to the enemy is becoming the same person you hate

      sasuke gets portrayed as a smart person, why cant he realise its only fucking nrmal that he cant be as strong as itachi when he is stil a child.

      Naruto kept getting stronger while staying in the village even if he obviously had les skil to do so, what makes him think he could nt get stronger, i could understand if he had narutos personality, but he was always so analitical

      Even if his emotions got the best of him there was absoluly no reason to make himself an enemy to the village he actualy wanted to avenge (uchiha were part of the village)

      He even said he didnt want to follow itachis advise to kil his best friend, but then he goes to the man that almost killed that same friend.

      I can apreciate the story, but i can also aknowledge bad writing.

      Even Obito, trying to put naruto in despair, test after test, why were al those test needed. Obito fel into despair after losing 1 friend, naruto already lost multiple people before the shinobi war, he lost his closest father figure and stil did not give up, obitos tests were bad writing since he already saw that he doesnt give up, he talked about eventualy al de acumulative sadmes would pile up and would lead him astray. Obito himself was lead astray by 1 incident of sadnes, he is the last person that should test another, and kishimoto first making them super smart and knowledgeble just does not fit with their stupid actions

      Even infinite tsuk is stupid, even if people were happy there, it would be the last wave of humanity since no one is realy fucking, whats the point in controling people if they stop existing after max 100years

  6. Anonymous says:

    I totally agree with you.His character is garbage.However I wouldn’t blame him for his mentall problems.Itachi fucked him up pretty badly and it is redicilous how people try to defend this two characters(Sasuke and Itachi).Sasuke being over-emotional dosen’t justify his actions like trying to capture the eight tails,killing cloud nin,samurai’s,fighting the kages especially from a guy who was once called a “genius”.Same goes for Itachi.He is known in the manga and also in the naruto fandom in general as genius but he is not.Him killing his entire clan for a possible event of a possible coup(wich could have been avoided) it’s unjustifiable(don’t know if I wrote it right).He didn’t even try to talk to his father in order to change his mind but NOOOO he prefered genocide.He also knew that Tobi(wich he believed to be Madara) was responsible for the nine-tails attack wich was responsible for the conflict between the two sides and yet he tells NOBODY about him.That would have avoided the coup and solve the conflict.Just like you said he even killed the innocent people and babies.The whole “Uchiha massacre secret” played so bad for both of the character because it made it seem as if what Itachi did was heroic and unquesionable act when it was the opposite and it downgraded Itachi to a “good guy”.It also played bad for Sasuke because he should have hated Itachi even more after the truth insted of going against his “loving” brother’s desires for the sake of that”loving”brother.Anyway I think I talked more for Itachi the for Sasuke but who cared.I like your article and I have a question for you.Do you think Sasuke turning in the “good side” at the end was more of a downhill for him cuz to me it dind’t make sense?To me “Revolution Sasuke” was the best Sasuke throughout the series and even tho his plan was stupid,it was understandable.And for him to change his mind in the and because of Naruto’s talk no justu is…….disapointing.Also I would like to know your thought on Naruto and Sakura’s characters in short.

    • I think my answer to those questions can be summed up in the village’s reaction to them. Naruto as a child, as the son of the Hokage who sacrificed himself for them, is shunned by others because his negative emotions could release a monster, an action which would more likely lead to him releasing it. Doesn’t make sense. On the other side of the coin, Sasuke is from a super dangerous bloodline, is the brother of someone who massacred an entire clan, is not shunned by the village at all. Then he goes rogue and does exactly what his brother did to be shunned. Still, most of the ninja want him back. He becomes a mass murder, assists in the initiation of a war and still tries to manipulate the people by fear. All is forgiven at the end. This is what I mean by badly written.

  7. John Uchiha says:

    Lemme say something about the idiot who posted this dumb/vague article. You’re so full o’ shit. If it wasn’t for Sasuke, the Nartuto series would suck like the idiot who made this dumb article. He witnessed the death of all his clan and motivated by his idiotic brother he started looking for revenge, then he met Naruto and as time went own watching how Naruto grew stronger and stronger he couldn’t feel anything but anger because he thought he’ll never be as good as him and he thought he’ll never complete his objective because of that, when he left the village, it was clearly because he wanted to complete his objective and go on with his life but then after he managed to kill Itachi he realized that the people who actually made him suffer were the leaf village and he impulsively joined the Akatsuki because he wanted to destroy them, he didn’t care about the Akatsuki, he didn’t care about anyone, he cared about punishing what he saw as unjust, still, when he had the opportunity to destroy Konoha, he didn’t and he tried to search answer for his questions, he then realized that what happened to his clan was necessary and he realized why Itachi cared so much about the village. He realized why the leaf village was so important after listening to Hashimara’s story and then he went on to assist Naruto and the Allied Shinobi Forces in the war, after the battle against Kaguya, he thought that if there was no common enemy anymore there would be war between villages again so he assumed all the responsibility and fought Naruto to be alone and be the common enemy all the villages need to be united and be the one who punishes the guilty and protect the regular civilians but Naruto made him understand that there was hope and that he was going to sacrifice all of his life in the search of uniting the villages, so Sasuke believed him and started a journey to redeem himself from all the sins he impulsively made and decided to pursue the same dream as Naruto and help him as much as he can. Do you really think that Sasuke could’ve beaten let alone be on par with Itachi if he stayed in Konoha? Just take a look at Naruto. He just looked weak compared to Sasuke’s exponential growth. The guy had a mission, and no one was going to get in the way of him achieving his mission. And if achieving his mission meant having to abandon his friends, then so be it. I for one couldn’t be able to, but that just proves how immense Sasuke’s determination is. And that alone is admirable. The guy went on a complete rampage. And understandably so. Finding out the place you’ve called home for so long actually used your brother as the instrument for your own family’s demise can really take its toll on you.

    He grew from someone who didn’t care about anything but revenge to someone who would suffer all eternity just to maintain peace, he had a very mature way of seeing what happened in the fourth Shinobi War and why there was peace ’cause lets be honest, even tho Naruto managed to unite all villages it’s hard to believe that after a period of constant war and cases like the Hyuga clan with the land of the cloud and things like that it was really unlikely that the peace Naruto wanted was the ultimate one and would last forever.

    I just don’t know how fucking idiots can hate this guy. He went from living only for the singular purpose of killing his brother, to experiencing what its like to become a victim of the shinobi world.

    • Lazarinth says:

      I said he was badly written. Are you really saying that adding information to the build-up after a reveal is good writing? If not, you really need to learn about narrative. My joke analogy is spot on for this.

      • John Uchiha says:

        I strongly advise you to watch this video so that way you can get your head out of your ass and stop being another annoying hater. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omfoV_fEmPc

      • . says:

        Sasuke is well written. Your comprehension is at fault. I’ve already covered the many errors you’ve made, proving you wrong and even posting manga links so you could see for yourself. Yet you still hold on to your beliefs? Why?

        1) You’re too dumb to realize you’re wrong 2) You withheld your beliefs for so long that it’s hard for you to accept that you’re wrong. 3) Sasuke didn’t go down your preferred path (omg friends I love you! Oh shit! Itachi is a hero! Genocide is dope and was totally the only option available), so you claim he’s bad.

        Here’s an overview i made of his character. Put aside your bias and give it a read.


    • Lazarinth says:

      Watched that ages ago, doesn’t change the argument. You obviously don’t care about that argument: “Adding a set up after a reveal is bad writing.” blatantly shown by you’re inability to answer my question. You say I have my head in my ass, yet you couldn’t answer one question, all you can do is name call, showing the weakness of your stance and the pointlessness of this conversation.

    • Christopher Keene says:

      Probably going to a follow-up blog going through the issues step by step.

  8. . says:

    “he doesn’t go full retard until he decides to support Madara’s war EVEN after learning of Itachi’s motive for killing the Uchiha and what he sacrificed to prevent such a thing.”

    “To put the cherry on the cake, even after Sasuke learns that Obito lied to him about Madara’s involvement in the Nine-tails invasion, it doesn’t put a dent in his resolve, despite this showing that it was really him who caused the Uchiha coup, and in turn, their destruction.”

    – He was never on Tobi’s side.


    He “joined” the Akatsuki for his own goals, not theirs, and planned on using them.This/the next page.


    Chapter 453, on his way to Konoha when Tobi stood in his way, he didn’t hesitate at all to attack him.He only went to the Summit for his target, Danzo, and after defeating him, he straight out told Tobi that they weren’t ally’s.


    Had him transplant Itachi’s eyes, and once he recovered he immediately killed the original White Zetsu, who was watching over him, destroyed his hideout, defeated the group of White Zetsu that confronted him, & opposed Tobi with the Alliance in the war.

    – Wanting to destroy Konoha was wrong but understandable. Sasuke felt that his entire family was used & betrayed for Konoha’s well being, toss aside like trash.The Uchiha were one of the two founding clans’ of Konoha. They were loyal & gave their lives for it’s protection for generations. Yet were falsely accused for the Kyuubi attack and mistreated for years. Held under heavy surveillance, they didn’t feel comfortable in their own village. Then, when they finally choose to rebel, they were ordered to be killed off by one of their own, with Itachi having to live the rest of his life as a hated criminal. All the anger Sasuke had toward Itachi, shifted toward Konoha, & with the new reveals, intensified even further. He loved his Brother but initially disagreed with him.

    Nonethelss after meeting up with Itachi again, seeing that he had no remorse or ill-will toward Konoha he wondered why & choose to speak with the Hokage to gain a better understanding of things. To gain the answers to all the questions he had. What is a Shinobi? What is a Village? Why are they important? etc. After listening to them he formed his decision & plan. Deciding to protect Konoha and the world from within the Shadows like a true Shinobi.

    “His final authoritarian goal to stop war through fear is retarded. He wanted to kill all leaders and put himself up as a common enemy people will hate together, who else can see where this plan might go wrong? (Like him dying for one!) ”

    – Sasuke’s Revolution plan was solid. He formed it based on the history of the Shinobi world & Itachi’s life.

    After 3 previous World Wars, and many clashes such as the Sound and Sand teaming up to invade and destroy Konoha, The Five Great Shinobi villages united for the first time in history for a couple days only because they were forced too in order to face a common enemy – the Akatsuki, in lead of Madara, whom had collected 7 Bijuu, and were going for the final 2. With such power, that was the absolute only way they could stand a chance against them. Sasuke believed that after the war they would seperate, and begin to clash again as they always have.

    Again, for the FIRST time in history, they united for A COUPLE DAYS, only because they had A COMMON ENEMY that they couldn’t possibly defeat alone. He wanted to play the role of the bad guy so they would stay united instead of eventually seperating and fighting each other. This/ the next page.






    & knowing that throughout history Shinobi always fought each other to attain the Bijuus power to use to better enforce their authority over others, Sasuke wanted to get rid of them so no one could ever abuse their power again. Rather than let these many massive sources of power roam free as if no one would ever go after, & succeed in capturing them again. A single Bijuudama can destroy a village. As long as they exist, there was a chance that someday someone could attain their power, and use them negatively.

    It’s logical that he believed they would seperate after the war, and it’s logical that he would want to get rid of the Bijuu. Agree? Infact, as of the Fourth Shinobi World War, the Bijuus gained more recognition than ever considering many people saw their power being displayed, and literally everyone felt it, hence the Infinite Tsukuyomi. This further increases the chance of people once again trying to attain the Bijuus power. Surely this information will be passed throughout the generations.

    Also, with his abilities, Sasuke has the capability to always be around.


    He could always improve his methods as time went on.

    “Even if Kishimoto hadn’t admitted to it, which he has,”


    ” it was obvious that he was coming up with Sasuke’s story as he was writing it,”

    Everything connected and made sense. Your reading comprehension is at fault. Now wrote an article about that.

    ” for he couldn’t seem to decide whether he was a badass with a traumatic past, or as I took him, an overly emotional, irrationally motivated spastic.”

    Clearly the former. You speak of SwagKage making a video about him (he makes videos about plenty of thing Naruto & Dragonball related), fans supporting him, & Sasuke being “emotional” when you yourself got so upset in regards to this manga/anime character that you made a whole article about it in response hoping to gain the suppport of others.

    • Lazarinth says:

      I never said ‘side’. They helped each other to reach similar goals. He was “using” them for a goal that they coerced him into wanting by leaving out crucial information. Allies or not, they worked together. I think the founding error can be summed up in the fact that Itachi didn’t have to kill them all. Itachi still made the choice, despite the Third not being on board with it and Danzo having obviously shifty motives. No matter how “passive” a writer claims a character is, Itachi’s actions prove otherwise. Stupid argument.

      My main criticisms, 1: Sasuke sought help from someone weaker than the one he wanted to defeat, 2: Sasuke went against his brother’s noble wishes for the sake of his brother and 3: his revolution idea was not solid: Any plan that relies all leadership and peace on a single person as an enemy is silly for the simple reason that Sasuke can be killed/die on his own, even with the rinnegan, and without him the plan is bunk. The fact that all of these decisions were emotionally driven from his overreactions is proof of his low E.I. Stupid argument.

      Proof of Mishimoto on Sasuke’s creation: US Shonen Jump April. Viz Media. 2007. p. 366.

      “You speak of (…drivel…) Sasuke being “emotional” when you yourself got so upset in regards to this manga/anime character that you made a whole article about it in response hoping to gain the support of others.”
      – Now this is just silly. This is obviously a counter argument with some humor thrown into it to make it seem emotional or like I’m more upset than I am. You obviously haven’t been a long time reader of mine, so I’ll forgive this assumption. That said, if that had been my point, mission accomplished.

      • . says:


      • . says:

        It appears that inorder for my comment to post, i had to split up the links.

      • . says:

        I googled coerced.

        Coerced – persuade (an unwilling person) to do something by using force or threats.

        This didn’t happen. Well, Tobi did threaten him. Sasuke’s response was a smirk and laugh.

        mangaseeonline. us/read-online/Naruto-chapter-404-page-15.html

        And like i said earlier, he attacked him when he stood in his way.

        mangaseeonline. us/read-online/Naruto-chapter-453-page-5.html

        The only time they could be considered to have worked together was the Hunt for the Bijuu. He had Sasuke to go after the Eight Tails. Even then Sasuke went with his own team, rather than any of the remaining Akatsuki, and he spoke of how he planned to use them.

        1) Sasuke wasn’t solely reliant on Orochimaru’s training to become stronger. He completely and thoroughly used him. He planned to do so from the very start.

        mangaseeonline. net/read-online/Naruto-chapter-348-page-2.html


        mangaseeonline. net/read-online/Naruto-chapter-343-page-16.html

        mangaseeonline. net/read-online/Naruto-chapter-579-page-4.html

        mangaseeonline. net/read-online/Naruto-chapter-346-page-7.html

        mangaseeonline. net/read-online/Naruto-chapter-363-page-16.html

        Used him to become stronger, did his own training whilst thoroughly studying his abilities in preparation for their eventual battle, completed his training – learning everything he could from him, waited for the time when he needed to switch bodies so he could reverse the ritual, and seal him into the Curse Mark to acquire his power.

        He knew Orochimaru was weaker than Itachi.

        mangaseeonline. us/read-online/Naruto-chapter-309-page-10.html

        He knew Orochimaru was weaker than himself aswell.

        mangaseeonline. us/read-online/Naruto-chapter-344-page-2.html

        Which is why he absorbed him. The Sasuke that faced Itachi was the combined power of himself & Orochimaru.

        2) It wasn’t just about Itachi. Yes Itachi of his own free will chose to sacrafice himself and their family for the village, but what about everyone else in their family? What about every single individual – man, woman, & child who were mercilessly ordered to be slaughtered. Should Sasuke have not considered their thoughts and only cared of Itachi’s? Is he not allowed to disagree with him? At this point Sasuke cared about his family more than Konoha. He didn’t understand why the village was so important.

        3) Most people can’t handle a single Tailed Beast. Sasuke casted Genjutsu on them – placing them all under his control, & sealed them with Chibaku Tensei with absolute ease even after having just fought in multiple battles. Then proceeded to have another one. He even became significantly stronger after the war. Who would kill him?

        His plan was formed based on facts and logic, not emotion. The only emotion involved was with with others. Making them all hate him.

        “Proof of Mishimoto on Sasuke’s creation: US Shonen Jump April. Viz Media. 2007. p. 366.”


      • . says:

        So, are you going to admit that you’re wrong?

      • Lazarinth says:

        About what in particular.

      • . says:

        The things i addressed in my comments above.

    • Lazarinth says:

      I don’t know why you’re having this problem, no one else seems to. You just reply what you want to reply to the original comment. If you want to reply another way you could always email me at lazarinth75@gmail.com

    • Lazarinth says:

      Are you really saying that adding information to the build-up after a reveal is good writing? If not, you really need to learn about narrative. My joke analogy is spot on for this.

    • Made a post concerning your link.

    • Christopher Keene says:

      Probably going to a follow-up blog going through the issues step by step.

  9. Person says:

    Sounds like you’re really butthurt about SwagKage’s video.

  10. I do not like sasuke’ characters. Super cute but not so annoying

  11. I just skipped to the end, buh totally agree that sasuke’s character development is a broken mess, hes just an emo with daddy problems. https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQzLBWOAwzM2b8CIhTbL55Toj6R-BpUxRCTJGW96BKRWfeGLmoc

    • Chikara - Sasuke Fan - Sasuke>Naruto - The Greatest Shinobi - Naruto X Hunter - Narutonevergivinup says:

      Itachi is the one who ensured Sasuke would have hatred and went revenge. That’s why he killed their parents infront of him and used his Mangekyo to force him to relive the massacre. Then years later, knowing he spent years training in attempts to become strong enough to kill him. He easily defeated him – broke his hand, used his Mangekyo to force him to relive the massacre for 24 hours, and told him he didn’t have enough hatred. Thus resulting in Sasuke leaving Konoha to go to Orochimaru to better be able to become strong enough to kill him. Furthermore he failed to keep Sasuke from learning the truth.

      All your complaints about Sasuke are Itachi’s fault.

      • Lazarinth says:

        Not really. Sasuke chose to seek out Orochimaru despite knowing Itachi had beaten him and Sasuke chose to start a war despite knowing Itachi was trying to prevent one. Most of my complaints are spawned from Sasuke reacting stupidly despite Itachi’s wishes.

      • . says:

        It seems i can’t reply directly under your comment.

        He never wanted to start a war. He understood and knew Itachi’s wishes but didn’t agree with him.

      • . says:

        Nevermind, the box is actually above the comment when typing it yet after posting the comment it appears below. I can’t even delete nor edit my comments.

        Anyway there’s another in moderation thoroughly explaining things.

      • What you wrote on imgur was (both grammatically and argumentatively) bad:

        Sasuke’s story is of a Shinobi who descended into the darkness
        (By joining an evil group of shinobi, ironically something Itachi himself did, despite saying he wouldn’t follow in his brother’s footsteps. He did it to become strong enough to beat Itachi, despite knowing that Orochimaru had already been defeated by him and wanted his body for this reason. Duh-doi!)
        & eventually rose to the light.
        (Showing that either he realized motives were stupid because he was proven wrong by Naruto, or that he did still believe in them but just didn’t have the resolve to see them through.)
        [Overcoming] his desire for revenge & his clan’s curse of hatred. [Dangling participle]
        (A clan of one… congratulations, I guess?)
        [Becoming] one of the greatest protectors of not only Konoha, but the world. [Dangling participle]
        (I’m not going to argue for or against Boruto, the title speaks for itself.)
        [Supporting] from the shadows like a true Shinobi. [Dangling participle]
        (“Like” is a stretch here. Someone needs to look up the history of shinobi.)
        Ever since his older brother murdered their clan,
        (Completely unnecessary to get stop a coup. It says in the manga that not all Uchiha were involved, so basically he killed hundreds of innocents for no other reason than a potential future insurrection, which Sasuke does anyway. So basically a whole clan dies for no reason. Good job, Itachi!)
        Sasuke wanted to avenge their family by killing him.
        (This is the only part of Sasuke’s story that makes sense. If his story was one of his desire for revenge turning into a desire for justice for his people, there would actually be a moral to this story, but no.)
        He vowed that no matter what[] he would gain the power to do so. [Missing comma]
        (Except following Itachi’s path by not killing Naruto to get the mangekyou sharingan, which wait, he decides doesn’t matter later on… and follows a group of want ninja… and become a mass murderer himself… where is a consistency here? That’s right, there is none.)
        [Which] eventually led him to abandoning his comrades & village to achieve his goal. [No subject]
        (To go learn from some that he knows Itachi already defeated, which he knows wants to use his body, and which he knows are weaker than many of the S-Ranked ninja in Konoha!)
        After fighting [Itachi] to the death, [he] learned the truth. [Subject switch]
        (Itachi dies of a sickness which would have killed him anyway, making Sasuke’s revenge quest completely pointless other than to see it happened by other means than his own.)
        [That] Itachi was ordered to kill their clan on behalf of Konoha to stop them from committing a Coup against the Government that oppressed them. [Dangling participle]
        (Which Itachi could have refused to do considering the mission wasn’t voted on unanimously. Itachi’s character is written just as bad, if not worse than Sasuke’s)
        [His] vengeance then directed toward the village. [Subject switch]
        (Despite knowing that his brother did it for the village to prevent war? Did he think so little of his brother that he believed they could trick him into killing his whole clan and then not get revenge himself? How little did he think of his Itachi if he was like “Oh whoops, I killed my family because I was tricked.” and then not do something about it himself?)
        Seeing his [Brother] during the war made him reconsider things. [Not a proper noun]
        (Did it really? He still seems thinks that Itachi was a victim of the system at this point, despite Itachi acting by his own retarded beliefs that his action would’ve prevent war, which they didn’t.)
        Itachi showed no remorse nor ill-will toward Konoha whosoever.
        (No duh! Because he decided to do the mission to unnecessarily kill EVERYONE in his clan despite not having a unanimous vote. Damn right it wasn’t Konoha’s vault. Itachi is a paranoid schizophrenic.)
        So he wondered why. What is a Clan? What is a Shinobi? What is a Village? Why are they so important that Itachi would sacrifice their [Clan] to protect Konoha as it’s loyal Shinobi? [Not a proper noun]
        (All moot as his actions were excessive in the extreme.)
        He chose to speak with the Hokages’ to gain a better understanding of things. To decide whether to side with the village or his clan. [Dangling participle]
        (Does he do this? This might have made sense but your links don’t show him speaking with them.)
        Now knowing the importance of Shinobi & Villages, how they’re more important than individual clans,
        (Considering the clans power struggle created the village, this argument is strange.)
        Sasuke sought to change the corrupt system that led to things such as the Uchiha Massacre & multiple World Wars.
        (Itachi did the massacre on his own volition, wars are a natural part of power’s effect on human tribal psychology. Unless this series is trying to redefine war, you should really do some more research on evolutionary psychology if you want to know how retarded this is.)
        [To protect from the shadows like a true Shinobi.] [Repeatition from previous statement.]
        He realized that the village itself wasn’t the problem – the system was, and formed a better plan for peace than Madara, Obito, and Nagato.
        (No, he didn’t. Peace through fear or enmity of one man is not a better plan. As soon as that man dies the power vacuum would result in even more conflict and victims. Duh Doi!)
        At first[] he tried handling everything on his own through his [Revolution] plan. [Missing comma] [Proper noun?] [But] Naruto convinced him to work with his allies to ensure peace is maintained.
        [Already explained why this is retarded. The fact that Sasuke changed his mind is a testament that he realized this glaringly obvious problem or that he didn’t really think it through to begin with, which I wouldn’t really put it past him to do. Considering the inconsistencies in his character, it seems to be common theme. If Kishimoto didn’t write him badly, then I will as least give you that she writes a really compelling ‘dumb’ character.]
        He’s been doing so ever since.
        His character & development is phenomenal.
        (phenomenally stupid)
        In addition to this, he has great abilities, skills, and battles throughout the entire series.
        (… making most people completely ignore these glaring issues in his story. But then, I could do a whole new one of these of the inconsistencies in his powers.)

      • Decided to make a post on your imgur thing BTW.

  12. I agree with you. I’ve never liked his character. Yes it’s said his family died, then does all of this against his land for revenege, then finds out his brother is really a hero then is still against the village who’s been trying to help him this whole time. Then he’s OK because natuto beat him and is a nomad. 😧Make up your mind are you for the village or not, do you want friends or not. I still don’t think his character got closure.

  13. Akaluv says:

    I wish I could say more, but I didn’t finish the Naruto anime. It was way toooooooo long for me.

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