Just like any other great series
Here I will be listing out 5 moments from
Although, there are more than 5 moments where a person might cry, I am only listing out 5 to make it more precise and list the main events.
Another thing to remember is that every emotional scene might hit differently as it depends on the person and how sensitive they are. Not to mention under what circumstance they would cry.
It also depends on whether a particular emotional scene is relatable to the audience and every individual which inevitably will become a popular emotional scene.
Nevertheless, the moments that I’ll be listing are the ones where majority of the viewers have teared up.
Naruto Moments (Non-Ranking Order):
Naruto Talks to Zabuza
This might not seem emotional for many people but the main reason is because of the artistic perfection portrayed by Kishimoto.
This was the first arc of the entire series. Kishimoto just grabs us into the world of
Through great characters such as Zabuza and Haku this arc has several dimensions that most people will miss in their first watch.
This arc teaches us many things such as:
- devotion to a person
Near the end of the arc, we see Haku sacrifices his life for the only person he ever lived and devoted his life to protect.
Haku’s life has a tragic beginning and ending as he was always used as a tool. Yet when he died, he was happy that he died protecting Zabuza.
Whereas Zabuza didn’t seem to care about his death and always thought of Haku as a tool.
We get a good and
We see some of the best quotes from Zabuza where he tears up for Haku knowing what he sacrificed.
This is masterful writing by Kishimoto where he gets us emotionally in the very first arc. The Land of Waves is one of the best arcs in the series and it teared me up when I first watched it.
2. Jiraiya’s Death
Jiraiya’s death was one of the most painful deaths to watch for majority of the audience.
Jiraiya is a fan favourite and his death happens midway through shippuden which was kind of a shock for a lot of people.
I consider Jiraiya’s death as an absolute perfection as Kishimoto succeeds in showcasing the emotion and pain behind Jiraiya’s sacrifice.
Jiraiya while fighting Pain had a chance to escape when he was in the toad stomach using a reverse summoning. But Jiraiya being himself wanted to find Pain’s true identity and help
Jiraiya fully aware that he will be killed faces all the Six Paths of Pain and dies after finding out the true identity of Pain.
This was a very well-done scene and it is one of the most emotional scenes in
What’s more painful about this scene is that Jiraiya dies believing that
Because of his unforeseen death, Jiraiya never gets to see the Legend
It is painful to know that Jiraiya never knew how
Kishimoto refrained from reanimating Jiraiya because he thought he couldn’t redo his death as he felt Jiraiya’s death was done perfectly.
Jiraiya’s death was perfectly executed and I tear up whenever I watch it.
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Naruto Becomes the Hero of The Leaf
This isn’t a sad or a painful emotional scene. Some watchers might not even think of this as an emotional scene.
For those who’ve been connected with
This is not just for
As for the scene it is another masterclass by Kishimoto where he successfully connects
We as fans can’t stop crying feeling proud and happy when we see the entire village come to
When I watched it for the first time, it left me in a state of Euphoria.
4. Minato and Kushina’s Death
This is probably the most emotional scene of the entire series. No matter how sensitive you are and no matter how many times you watch it this scene will break you into tears.
He always wondered who are his parents and how they looked.
Then Kushina talks about the day
This includes how he defeats Obito using his FTG and Rasengan. We see what The Fourth Hokage and The Yellow Flash of the Leaf is capable of and how he fights.
There are many subtle moments where we see both Minato and Kushina looking great as characters.
Soon the flashback shifts into an emotional tone which is gut wrenching to watch. Minato and Kushina get stabbed by Kurama and Kushina delivers the most emotional farewell speech to
Kushina basically tries to tell
Despite having less time, she tries to tell
It is very painful to hear all of this as we know
Kushina’s speech is one of the best farewell speeches in
Naruto Says Goodbye to Minato
This happens at the end of the War when team 7 successfully seals Kaguya thus, ending the war.
The reanimation jutsu is undone and it is time for Minato to go to the afterlife. Minato wishes
He also mentions about his friends and how he is still having trouble with one friend (Sasuke).
Near the end
Minato smiles being proud of the Son that they have and says “I will” and the reanimation gets undone.
Although, this scene has similar dialogues as to the previous scene involving Kushina, it still holds huge gravity in its emotion and the words spoken.
He tears up knowing this is not possible, and finally saying farewell to his mother and Father fully aware that he will never see the ever again.