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Post by Darkhope on Fri May 10, 2013 8:57 pm

This is the official thread where you can post magnificent essays in regards to NaruHina, especially concerning its development and chances of becoming canon. As you post them, I will be updating the list. When you post, add a small description like I did for the ones below.

~Naruto x Hinata Essays~

Main Essays:

Believe: The Naruto/Hinata Manifesto - Written by Darkhope
(The original manifesto written as far back as 2006! A comprehensive essay exploring the development between Naruto and Hinata all throughout part one of the series, and a bit of part two.)
Spanish Version.

In Defense of NaruHina: Part Two - Written by Darkhope
(A sequel to the original manifesto, exploring NaruHina development throughout part two to present time.)

Other Essays:

An Enduring Faith - Written by Veil of Dreams
(A counter to a well known Anti-NaruHina essay.)

NaruHina Questions&Answers - Written by The NaruHina fanclub @ Naruto Forums
(An updated list containing counters to common arguments against NaruHina.)

Why NaruHina Will Certainly Happen - Written by ɢɨɳ ★
(Explores points as to why NaruHina is most likely to happen in the series.)


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Post by NekoKimio on Sat May 11, 2013 1:14 am

I've already read these like 3 times each, BUT I'MMA DO IT AGAIN.

Thanks, love.

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Post by Darkhope on Sat May 11, 2013 7:10 am

Always good to re-read NaruHina goodness. <3

There's so many essays out there, I wanted to compile them all. :)
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Post by Yuri on Sat May 11, 2013 8:41 am

Thanks for sharing this with us <3 + rep :)

P.S: Do you speak spanish?

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Post by Darkhope on Sat May 11, 2013 8:56 am

Anytime <3
I'm hoping to update this list. there's so many essays out there.

And nope, not at all. A member of the NaruHina fc over at NF translated the manifesto into Spanish for all the Spanish speaking fans. :) He wanted to do it, so I gave permission.
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Post by Yuri on Sat May 11, 2013 9:09 am

Lol okay then, I thought I had me a fellow hispanic over here x3

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Post by Darkhope on Sat May 11, 2013 9:16 am

Sorry to disappoint you ._______.
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Post by Batokusanagi on Mon May 13, 2013 1:09 pm

Read them already, but might as well read them again

ɢɨɳ ★ wrote:Lol okay then, I thought I had me a fellow hispanic over here x3
I speak spanish. Erhmm, sombrero, cinco de mayo haha No, seriously I do.
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Post by Mustang on Tue May 21, 2013 12:20 am

Read all of them, even the Q&A which was awesome, thanks for posting them.

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Post by racefan1992 on Tue May 21, 2013 1:55 pm

These are awsome. Period.
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Post by Zori on Fri Jul 05, 2013 8:10 pm

I loved them. I really love the "An enduring faith".
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Post by JulaShona on Thu Jul 18, 2013 11:34 am

I read all of them and I got really flashed.
Most of all I liked Darkhope's manifesto and ɢɨɳ ★'s.
But they are all well done!
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Post by Skywardstrike on Sun Sep 01, 2013 3:27 pm

I found this on Deviantart. It was in the comment section of i dont remember where so its impossible to link. Prepare yourselves. This is gonna be big.



"Why i Ship NaruHina":
NaruHina makes a great couple, and there is plenty more to them than just being cute.

Although it is true that Hinata and Naruto do not interact often, they do have development. Like many NaruHina fans have repeated constantly: Panel/screentime does not equal development. In the chapter of the written Chuunin exam we see that Naruto trusts her as a good person and cares for her at least enough to not wish her to fail the test for being caught giving him the answers. In one encounter she went from being a dark weird girl to somebody he likes as a person. Those encounters are not long, but they are full of development that make lasting impressions, which explains the size of the NH fandom. Not to mention the development made so far has always been positive to their relationship.

How did Hinata come to fall for Naruto? Through observation. She noted him since they were children how everyone ostracized him cruelly, but she never went with the flow just because everyone else did it. She simply saw no reason to despise him or treat him that way, and that does say a lot about her inner strength, sense of what is and isn’t fair and of her reasonableness. People saying she’s so not impressive or special certainly never bother to make a detailed analysis of her. Not to mention her noble background not influencing her humble nature. People call her a stalker because she looked at him. They make it sound so awful… It’s not like she actually followed him home, watch him in his sleep and take pictures of him every chance she got! She looked at him due to curiosity and compassion, which is natural in children and even grown-ups. She then noticed he happened to be hardworking and determined, bold enough to say his dream is to be Hokage and an uncontrollable prankster. She happened to find him interesting and admirable. Those are the qualities for which she fell in love with him. She identified with him in the aspect of their loneliness. She was not ostracized, but the expectations her father and family had on her made her feel weak and affected her self-esteem heavily. She felt alone too because she felt nobody could understand her. That is why she has, to a small degree, an idea of what he went through in his childhood. To see him pull through despite that only increased her admiration for him. As they grew up, the more Naruto continued to pull through, and the more her feelings for him grew.

Hinata was clearly shown to believe in Naruto. She was one of the first people who believed in him. In his fight with Kiba she cheered for him inwardly and was the only one shown doing so. She even took his nindo as her own: To not give up. During her fight with Neji she showed a great deal of will by standing up even after receiving a nearly fatal attack from him. She did it because she firmly believed people can change; that is the very theme of her character, and even Naruto saw she had that will, and that got to him. That is why he acted like he could feel her losing the fight as his own defeat and so fervently swore on her blood he’d defeat Neji. Some like to say he would’ve done that for anybody. I disagree. Yes, he might have promised to defeat Neji if he had only insulted whoever it is that in their minds replaces Hinata in that arc, but how can they be sure he would’ve been so fierce in his cheering for that character in the fight, if he would’ve also done the blood oath so vehemently and felt it so personal with anybody else? I would say that wouldn’t have been unless that character also had showed the determination she showed then, which does apply to others but not to ‘anybody’.

In the invasion of Pain, she did not stop believing in him. She herself admitted she knew she couldn’t take on him. He was for one nailed to the ground and was frustrated for not having an answer for him regarding a way to bring peace; I doubt his frustration escaped her very good eyes. Things did not look favorable to him at all. Even then, she did not say he shouldn’t fight anymore. She likely knew he would have to stand up and fight again, but she wanted to do everything in her power to help him if only a little. She was willing to die protecting him. That not only shows her love but also her faith in him.

NaruHina’s base is the fact that they can complement each other well since they are different but still work well.

Looking back, Sakura didn’t like Naruto in the least initially. She didn’t interact with him pleasantly before they were in the same team. It is understood that Naruto’s feelings for Sakura are not based on any special occurrence, and he clearly doesn’t know her all that well. If he knew what makes her happy, by all means he would’ve done that to get her to go out with him. So, it is about safe to assume he liked her because she is pretty. In his encounter with Haku, he was surprised when he found out Haku was male as he had thought he was prettier than Sakura. We see Naruto’s feelings were a little shallow, which is understandable considering he grew up loveless. Anyhow, to him, she was the prettiest girl of his class, probably all of Konoha. So, wouldn’t her dating him bring as an indirect consequence acceptance among others? Maybe he wasn’t directly making that connection, but acknowledgement was what he used to seek in the beginning. That is why he pulled so many pranks. He wanted people to notice him. He wanted people to like him, to have friends. He had nobody to believe in him either. While I am not saying Sakura is incapable of giving him this, as it is a proven fact Sakura has shown a few signs of affection to Naruto, however, it should take note that some should ask themselves if Sakura would have shown any form of interest in him had they not been on the same team?

Would she feel to him the way she does now? It's likely she wouldn't. While it's true Sakura cares for Naruto very much as a friend, teamate and likely an annoying little brother, she will never be IN love with him as long as her heart is fixed on Sasuke. Her "confession" backs this up, while she truely tried to ease naruto's pain and rid the promise he made her, Naruto and everyone there could tell imediatly she was lying about everything: about loving Naruto, being over Sasuke and her reasons for loving him. She said she just opened her eyes and finally saw how great Naruto is and the whole village loves him and she's just one of them, what fan you are, you have to admit that sounds supsicious as to why suddenly she would just love him like that. Even Naruto isn't the same as he once was, had it been in Part I, he would have said yes immediatly, this is Part II naruto, he's much more mature and smarter, even he knows Sakura all too well to just fall for him like that in one afternoons worth, especially after naruto witnessed all of her most obvious signs of her love for Sasuke growing up and when the kumo ninja's asked her what sasuke meant to her, Naruto knows she may love him as a friend, but never in a romantic sense. Even Sakura confirmed to herself later on she is still in love with Sasuke, confirming she lied to Naruto. Hinata has already shown it in a prominent way. Hinata would be able to give him that which he sought then and to a degree would still help him by doing her very best to assist him in any way she can. It is already a fact she would be willing to die for him, so we can assume she would be there for him no matter what. Even though more people are accepting him with time, few believe in him as strongly as Hinata does. That is why I believe he could benefit were he to ever have such a relationship with her. Considering that Naruto’s feelings for Sakura have remained somewhat static during the progress of the story as far as I perceive, I would not find him giving Hinata a chance eventually as impossible. The only thing that is certain is that both are plausible.

As for Hinata, it is clear he has had nothing but positive effects on her with his influence. He is her role model. His nindo became her own. It is thanks to him that she changed into a more determined and stronger person. She did it because it was her wish, though. She did not change for him to like her, as a few say. From where I stand, there is no better relationship than that from which we ourselves can grow and become better. As an interesting saying says “I don’t like you for who you are, I like you for who I am when I am with you”. Though, in Hinata’s case, who he is turned her into her current self.

Some argue that although it is important for two people in such a relationship to be different, they shouldn’t be exact opposites, and I agree. While Naruto is extroverted and Hinata introverted, however, they are not really polar opposites. They do have something in common, and I believe even in real life the members of a couple should have that in common: Ideals. They both believe people can change. They both believe that hard work can lead to becoming stronger, regardless of how natural your talent is. They both believe that no matter how distant or difficult a goal may seem, if you try you can make it. They both are the type that would put their own lives in the line for people they care about. Hinata proved in her confession she can be as impulsive and reckless as him when her heart truly feels the need to.

From that perspective, it is more than feasible to think they could work together and have a positive outcome from each other’s influence. In canon, I sure hope they continue this one thing regardless of them being involved romantically. I cannot say whether or not Naruto will give her a chance and move on from his crush on Sakura or if his feelings about her will be changed in any way; only Kishimoto knows that. However, I will always be able to say, even if NaruSaku were to be canon, that NaruHina is a pairing with one of the most beautiful concepts behind it I’ve seen in anime/manga.

Hinata's confession backs this up:

Naruto was stuck in the ground and injured but conscious nonetheless. Hinata is also facing the possibility that she can die in this fight, never to see him again if she does, but that is not what drove her to act the way she did. She was there because she could not bear to not help the person she cared for the most while he was in danger. She acted in the spur of the moment, yet she did not regret it. Her words would let Naruto understand her actions, and perhaps she also knew it was her last chance to tell him her feelings. Nonetheless, unlike at the beginning of part 2, where she meets him after he’s returned to Konoha after a long journey, she does feel ready at that moment. You can tell by her smile and her firm look and stance that she is ready at last, even if she did not foresee this coming. Until seconds before, she herself likely didn’t know she’d say it or that she was ready. It may not have been the most ideal moment to confess, but well, nobody can deny it was rather romantic, and I mean that in all the senses of the word. Moreover, she looks happy to tell him. Of course she is. After all, those words had been true for a long time. She was happy that she got to love him because ‘his smile changed her’. Perhaps she would die, and they would not be together, and she would’ve never known how he felt about her saying that, and that would be the end of it, but she was still happy she loved him and did not regret it. Because of that she did not mind dying for him. Those few words truly spoke volumes.

Hinata proved that brief but powerful moment how far she had come. Because it was the strongest of the 6 Pain that she was facing, she couldn’t last long (nobody but Naruto lasted long against him), but we see how much she had grown. Hinata from Part 1 did not display such determination to go as far as risking her life that way; she could not bring herself to cheer for him in his fight during the Chuunin exam preliminaries because he was fighting her teammate! She went a long way. Even if she was reckless, she showed growth and that she had been true to her promise and ambitions of becoming stronger and following Naruto’s nindo as her own even though he was gone for 2.5 years. As if that were not enough of a difference, she also stepped in to help him alone. Naruto told her she could not win against him. She replied saying she knew that. She knew, yet she brought nobody along with her down that crater. Ironically enough, she mentioned she was being selfish.

Again, they really have had nothing but positive effects in each other, though it is more noticeable in Hinata, but nothing says Naruto wouldn't gain from it, as explained above
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Post by ~TowardsTheSun~ on Mon Sep 23, 2013 10:32 am

Skywardstrike wrote:I found this on Deviantart. It was in the comment section of i dont remember where so its impossible to link. Prepare yourselves. This is gonna be big.



"Why i Ship NaruHina":
NaruHina makes a great couple, and there is plenty more to them than just being cute.

Although it is true that Hinata and Naruto do not interact often, they do have development. Like many NaruHina fans have repeated constantly: Panel/screentime does not equal development. In the chapter of the written Chuunin exam we see that Naruto trusts her as a good person and cares for her at least enough to not wish her to fail the test for being caught giving him the answers. In one encounter she went from being a dark weird girl to somebody he likes as a person. Those encounters are not long, but they are full of development that make lasting impressions, which explains the size of the NH fandom. Not to mention the development made so far has always been positive to their relationship.

How did Hinata come to fall for Naruto? Through observation. She noted him since they were children how everyone ostracized him cruelly, but she never went with the flow just because everyone else did it. She simply saw no reason to despise him or treat him that way, and that does say a lot about her inner strength, sense of what is and isn’t fair and of her reasonableness. People saying she’s so not impressive or special certainly never bother to make a detailed analysis of her. Not to mention her noble background not influencing her humble nature. People call her a stalker because she looked at him. They make it sound so awful… It’s not like she actually followed him home, watch him in his sleep and take pictures of him every chance she got! She looked at him due to curiosity and compassion, which is natural in children and even grown-ups. She then noticed he happened to be hardworking and determined, bold enough to say his dream is to be Hokage and an uncontrollable prankster. She happened to find him interesting and admirable. Those are the qualities for which she fell in love with him. She identified with him in the aspect of their loneliness. She was not ostracized, but the expectations her father and family had on her made her feel weak and affected her self-esteem heavily. She felt alone too because she felt nobody could understand her. That is why she has, to a small degree, an idea of what he went through in his childhood. To see him pull through despite that only increased her admiration for him. As they grew up, the more Naruto continued to pull through, and the more her feelings for him grew.

Hinata was clearly shown to believe in Naruto. She was one of the first people who believed in him. In his fight with Kiba she cheered for him inwardly and was the only one shown doing so. She even took his nindo as her own: To not give up. During her fight with Neji she showed a great deal of will by standing up even after receiving a nearly fatal attack from him. She did it because she firmly believed people can change; that is the very theme of her character, and even Naruto saw she had that will, and that got to him. That is why he acted like he could feel her losing the fight as his own defeat and so fervently swore on her blood he’d defeat Neji. Some like to say he would’ve done that for anybody. I disagree. Yes, he might have promised to defeat Neji if he had only insulted whoever it is that in their minds replaces Hinata in that arc, but how can they be sure he would’ve been so fierce in his cheering for that character in the fight, if he would’ve also done the blood oath so vehemently and felt it so personal with anybody else? I would say that wouldn’t have been unless that character also had showed the determination she showed then, which does apply to others but not to ‘anybody’.

In the invasion of Pain, she did not stop believing in him. She herself admitted she knew she couldn’t take on him. He was for one nailed to the ground and was frustrated for not having an answer for him regarding a way to bring peace; I doubt his frustration escaped her very good eyes. Things did not look favorable to him at all. Even then, she did not say he shouldn’t fight anymore. She likely knew he would have to stand up and fight again, but she wanted to do everything in her power to help him if only a little. She was willing to die protecting him. That not only shows her love but also her faith in him.

NaruHina’s base is the fact that they can complement each other well since they are different but still work well.

Looking back, Sakura didn’t like Naruto in the least initially. She didn’t interact with him pleasantly before they were in the same team. It is understood that Naruto’s feelings for Sakura are not based on any special occurrence, and he clearly doesn’t know her all that well. If he knew what makes her happy, by all means he would’ve done that to get her to go out with him. So, it is about safe to assume he liked her because she is pretty. In his encounter with Haku, he was surprised when he found out Haku was male as he had thought he was prettier than Sakura. We see Naruto’s feelings were a little shallow, which is understandable considering he grew up loveless. Anyhow, to him, she was the prettiest girl of his class, probably all of Konoha. So, wouldn’t her dating him bring as an indirect consequence acceptance among others? Maybe he wasn’t directly making that connection, but acknowledgement was what he used to seek in the beginning. That is why he pulled so many pranks. He wanted people to notice him. He wanted people to like him, to have friends. He had nobody to believe in him either. While I am not saying Sakura is incapable of giving him this, as it is a proven fact Sakura has shown a few signs of affection to Naruto, however, it should take note that some should ask themselves if Sakura would have shown any form of interest in him had they not been on the same team?

Would she feel to him the way she does now? It's likely she wouldn't. While it's true Sakura cares for Naruto very much as a friend, teamate and likely an annoying little brother, she will never be IN love with him as long as her heart is fixed on Sasuke. Her "confession" backs this up, while she truely tried to ease naruto's pain and rid the promise he made her, Naruto and everyone there could tell imediatly she was lying about everything: about loving Naruto, being over Sasuke and her reasons for loving him. She said she just opened her eyes and finally saw how great Naruto is and the whole village loves him and she's just one of them, what fan you are, you have to admit that sounds supsicious as to why suddenly she would just love him like that. Even Naruto isn't the same as he once was, had it been in Part I, he would have said yes immediatly, this is Part II naruto, he's much more mature and smarter, even he knows Sakura all too well to just fall for him like that in one afternoons worth, especially after naruto witnessed all of her most obvious signs of her love for Sasuke growing up and when the kumo ninja's asked her what sasuke meant to her, Naruto knows she may love him as a friend, but never in a romantic sense. Even Sakura confirmed to herself later on she is still in love with Sasuke, confirming she lied to Naruto. Hinata has already shown it in a prominent way. Hinata would be able to give him that which he sought then and to a degree would still help him by doing her very best to assist him in any way she can. It is already a fact she would be willing to die for him, so we can assume she would be there for him no matter what. Even though more people are accepting him with time, few believe in him as strongly as Hinata does. That is why I believe he could benefit were he to ever have such a relationship with her. Considering that Naruto’s feelings for Sakura have remained somewhat static during the progress of the story as far as I perceive, I would not find him giving Hinata a chance eventually as impossible. The only thing that is certain is that both are plausible.

As for Hinata, it is clear he has had nothing but positive effects on her with his influence. He is her role model. His nindo became her own. It is thanks to him that she changed into a more determined and stronger person. She did it because it was her wish, though. She did not change for him to like her, as a few say. From where I stand, there is no better relationship than that from which we ourselves can grow and become better. As an interesting saying says “I don’t like you for who you are, I like you for who I am when I am with you”. Though, in Hinata’s case, who he is turned her into her current self.

Some argue that although it is important for two people in such a relationship to be different, they shouldn’t be exact opposites, and I agree. While Naruto is extroverted and Hinata introverted, however, they are not really polar opposites. They do have something in common, and I believe even in real life the members of a couple should have that in common: Ideals. They both believe people can change. They both believe that hard work can lead to becoming stronger, regardless of how natural your talent is. They both believe that no matter how distant or difficult a goal may seem, if you try you can make it. They both are the type that would put their own lives in the line for people they care about. Hinata proved in her confession she can be as impulsive and reckless as him when her heart truly feels the need to.

From that perspective, it is more than feasible to think they could work together and have a positive outcome from each other’s influence. In canon, I sure hope they continue this one thing regardless of them being involved romantically. I cannot say whether or not Naruto will give her a chance and move on from his crush on Sakura or if his feelings about her will be changed in any way; only Kishimoto knows that. However, I will always be able to say, even if NaruSaku were to be canon, that NaruHina is a pairing with one of the most beautiful concepts behind it I’ve seen in anime/manga.

Hinata's confession backs this up:

Naruto was stuck in the ground and injured but conscious nonetheless. Hinata is also facing the possibility that she can die in this fight, never to see him again if she does, but that is not what drove her to act the way she did. She was there because she could not bear to not help the person she cared for the most while he was in danger. She acted in the spur of the moment, yet she did not regret it. Her words would let Naruto understand her actions, and perhaps she also knew it was her last chance to tell him her feelings. Nonetheless, unlike at the beginning of part 2, where she meets him after he’s returned to Konoha after a long journey, she does feel ready at that moment. You can tell by her smile and her firm look and stance that she is ready at last, even if she did not foresee this coming. Until seconds before, she herself likely didn’t know she’d say it or that she was ready. It may not have been the most ideal moment to confess, but well, nobody can deny it was rather romantic, and I mean that in all the senses of the word. Moreover, she looks happy to tell him. Of course she is. After all, those words had been true for a long time. She was happy that she got to love him because ‘his smile changed her’. Perhaps she would die, and they would not be together, and she would’ve never known how he felt about her saying that, and that would be the end of it, but she was still happy she loved him and did not regret it. Because of that she did not mind dying for him. Those few words truly spoke volumes.

Hinata proved that brief but powerful moment how far she had come. Because it was the strongest of the 6 Pain that she was facing, she couldn’t last long (nobody but Naruto lasted long against him), but we see how much she had grown. Hinata from Part 1 did not display such determination to go as far as risking her life that way; she could not bring herself to cheer for him in his fight during the Chuunin exam preliminaries because he was fighting her teammate! She went a long way. Even if she was reckless, she showed growth and that she had been true to her promise and ambitions of becoming stronger and following Naruto’s nindo as her own even though he was gone for 2.5 years. As if that were not enough of a difference, she also stepped in to help him alone. Naruto told her she could not win against him. She replied saying she knew that. She knew, yet she brought nobody along with her down that crater. Ironically enough, she mentioned she was being selfish.

Again, they really have had nothing but positive effects in each other, though it is more noticeable in Hinata, but nothing says Naruto wouldn't gain from it, as explained above
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Damn that was long but so worth it. By the way, might you still have the link to that whole discussion? I'd like to read the whole debate as well as the replies ^^
Thanks for sharing btw~! 
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Post by younginn97 on Sat Sep 28, 2013 4:16 pm

Im in love with all of your essays ♥

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Post by NaruHina <3 on Fri May 23, 2014 11:18 am

Me too! And when will the manifesto be updated? I'm too excited to read what they have to type!
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Post by chloboshoka on Fri Nov 21, 2014 8:26 am

I enjoy manifesto articles. I love the enthusiasm and the life they bring to couples. They're lovely essays and they were so true.
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Post by RickVal(NaruHina Rules) on Sat Nov 22, 2014 6:00 pm

Is there any new update for this manifesto or something!
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Post by Yamasaki Akaiko on Sun Nov 23, 2014 6:06 am

^Why would one even be needed at this point?
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Post by RickVal(NaruHina Rules) on Sun Nov 23, 2014 6:19 am

mmmm well to make a kind of recopilation of everything and have it in a safe place????
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Post by Yamasaki Akaiko on Sun Nov 23, 2014 9:00 am

Anyone can do that themselves. The manifesto is for arguing why something will happen. The argument is over so it's not necessary.
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Post by Mustang on Sun Nov 23, 2014 4:26 pm

Yeah there is no need for another document, Naruto married Hinata and had two litte kids, that is all that needs to be stated.

why NaruSaku didn't happen is also so simple to point out, Sakura loves Sasuke and Naruto dropped his silly crush and fell in love with Hinata, another manifesto would be pointless, maybe that is because we all know that NaruHina went canon as we all expected the ship to.

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Post by RickVal(NaruHina Rules) on Sun Nov 23, 2014 4:46 pm

Mmmm I see your points
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