Although comics are often criticized for having no real stakes because superheroes are usually too strong to feasibly lose, no one does ridiculously overpowered characters like anime. And the biggest offender of believability in this regard is quite possibly the seminal, beloved Naruto franchise. It might feature some of the most iconic anime characters of all time, but it also has some of the lowest stakes of any anime simply due to the ludicrous power levels its characters reach. Using chakra, a mix of spiritual and physical energy that runs through the body like a second circulatory system in their universe, characters in Naruto are capable of everything from insane physical abilities to elemental mastery and reality-warping spells. With so many new characters still being developed and introduced, it makes sense to run down some of the most powerful shinobi in Naruto lore. Point of reference: this list will be exclusive to the concluded Naruto and Naruto Shippuden series and will only include present characters.
Naruto characters — The best characters in the universe of the Naruto series are listed below, ranked in order of best to worst. This list includes the best major Naruto characters of each series, including the original series and the sequel Naruto: Shippuden. People who love Japanese anime movies should be familiar with Naruto.
The series takes place in a fictional universe where countries vie for power by employing ninja who can use superhuman abilities in combat. The storyline is divided into two parts, simply named Part I and Part II , with the latter taking place two-and-a-half years after the conclusion of Part I. The series' storyline follows the adventures of a group of young ninja from the village of Konohagakure Village Hidden in the Leaf. The eponymous character of the first series is Naruto Uzumaki , an energetic ninja who wishes to become Hokage , the leader of Konohagakure and holds a monster called the Nine Tails in his body.
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