Were Itachi and Kisame friends? : Naruto
Also, due to being paired with Itachi, Kisame is usually unable to finish or even start his battles with Itachi around because the latter doesn't enjoy fighting as. Orochimaru only survived as long as he did due to regen (a trait most of . of KN4/Yonbi Naruto's positioning in relation to Akatsuki, both from. No, it's pretty clear Kisame did not know Itachi was serving as a spy for the Hidden Leaf or the real reason why he killed his fellow Uchiha. Itachi.
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Do not add any spoilers in the title of your post. Click "spoiler" on your post to mark the post. He was agitated, weakened, while Sasuke remained surprisingly passive. The only emotion that Miho could discern from Sasuke's perfectly controlled chakra was anticipation.
Orochimaru's fleeting chakra suddenly swelled and Miho held her breath; she would be able to tell if Orochimaru managed to complete the transition, for his chakra signature would overwhelm Sasuke's…she braced herself for it, waiting for the two chakra to melt into one… They didn't.
In a mere matter of seconds, Sasuke's chakra spiked and Orochimaru's seemed to disappear completely. When Sasuke's chakra returned to normal, Miho could not sense Orochimaru at all. Miho breathed a sigh of relief. She didn't know if Orochimaru was completely dead—she doubted it—but at least for the time being, he was gone. After years of endless bad luck, perhaps she was being rewarded and she would get out of this jail cell easier than she thought.
Sasuke did not linger. He began to migrate in Miho's direction, where he was joined briefly by Kabuto. Sasuke's chakra swelled again—hopefully he was mentally torturing Kabuto with some awful genjutsu—and then he made his way past Kabuto, drawing closer to Miho's cell. She did the only thing she could. Sasuke entered, his Sharingan positively glowing in the dark.
He seemed surprised to see her, but much like his brother, emotions only showed so much on his face. Miho brought her wrists down and massaged them as she got to her feet. Sasuke had grown over the last three years; he now stood a full head taller than her, and upon closer analysis, Miho could measure his strength to be greater than hers. She contained a scoff. Geniuses, every last one of them. He was covered black flames and was screaming something about you and…Itachi. Her skin prickled into gooseflesh but she maintained her composure.
I don't know," she hissed. I've been living in Konoha for the last three months, Sasuke, and I have no hell of an idea where Itachi is.Naruto Sasuke and Jiraiya vs Itachi and Kisame
Don't you still hate him? Is he not the only reason you're alive—why would you give that up and run away? I ran when I had the chance, Sasuke, and I don't regret it. Her head felt like it had split open, but she immediately brought her hands to Sasuke's arm and forced as much chakra into it as she could. His grip loosened but not before he threw her to the opposite side of the room.
She had disrupted the chakra flow in his right arm enough to hamper his strength, so she luckily did not go slamming into the wall behind her. She straightened up, breathing harshly as her head throbbed, but she concentrated chakra into her hands, readying herself for any additional onslaught. He was a tool. A stepping stone," Sasuke snarled. His quick temper had curdled into something much more dangerous, for no one could deny that over the last three years, Sasuke had improved tremendously.
Despite his emotionless face, he was practically emanating hatred and irrationality with every movement; briefly in Sasuke, Miho saw herself, and she felt something for him, a conglomerate of emotions, one that she now understood to be the same thing that Kakashi felt for her. Itachi had ruined them, ruined them both.
No matter that Sasuke felt a blind hatred and Miho felt a blind love—Itachi consumed them both, fueled their existences, and gave them no payment in return.
Seeing Sasuke, Miho understood the futility of the life that Kakashi had been trying to gear her away from. Sasuke was unhinged, automatically breaking the closest object that was related to Itachi.
Talking to Sasuke was as effective as talking to a rampant bull, but maybe something would click. He's a fucking psychopath. He killed my parents. He killed your father. He tortured me and made me relive that night over and over again! What else can he be than the psychopath he is?! And if you think otherwise, then you're a traitor, you're on Itachi's side, and—" Sasuke paused suddenly, as if he had finally understood something.
Several seconds of silence passed before Sasuke spoke again, his every word burning and deadly. He grabbed her throat and was prepared to snap it when Miho made the seal for a Kage Bunshin and the Miho Sasuke killed only disappeared in a puff of smoke.
Miho knew each physical move before he executed it, but she possessed no Sharingan and could not read his seals as he made them. Twice she dodged Katon large enough to blow the wall behind her into pieces. It worked out well for her, for she ducked out of these holes and, following the flow of chakra, found her way to the closest exit, Sasuke close behind her.
She made it outside, relieved to find that it was daylight. They were at a base she was unfamiliar with, but no matter—the only chakra she could sense were underground, meaning she could make a break for any direction.
She chose north and began her flight as swiftly as she could. There was no point fighting Sasuke, and any effort spent on stalling him would only be effort wasted. Running from him was a simple matter—she only had to get far enough from his line of sight so that he could no longer see her chakra, and then he would never be able to trace her. Sasuke knew this as well. Just as she was going to disappear from his sight, she heard him shout.
I'm going to kill him, and then I'm going to kill you for forgetting that he took everything away from us, you traitor! She mentally said her thanks to Sasuke, for escaping Orochimaru's lair would've never been that easy, even if Sasuke had thrown her against a few walls and had called her the one word that shook her roots.
A traitor to Konoha, to Kakashi, to Tsunade despite their kindness. A traitor to her father, to his memory. Traitor, she would be, to everything she had ever believed in, if she did not get answers from Itachi soon.
The moment Orochimaru died, Itachi sensed something odd. He did not mention it to Kisame or the rest of Akatsuki because he was not certain, but if it were true, only Sasuke would be capable of such a feat. Itachi felt a bit of relief. Sasuke was not so weak after all. He and Kisame were stationed between Konoha and Iwagakure, of which the latter location was where the Yonbi was hiding.
Kisame had made it clear that he would handle the Yonbi alone, but the Jinchuuriki was adept at hiding, leading much of the reconnaissance effort to Itachi. The work was tedious but not difficult, for which Itachi was grateful. He had not taken any medications regularly for over six weeks; the effect had taken its toll, as he could sometimes physically feel the chakra accumulate in his heart and lungs.
Sometimes, the coughing fits were so severe that he was throwing up blood, and only in these instances did Itachi force himself to take one of Miho's pills as emergency treatment. He did not pretend that he did not miss her. He opened the one journal that he could access often, reading over their letters to each other, sometimes reading the very old entries from the years before the massacres.
Though he knew the location of every misspelt word, the placement of every comma and period, each perforation of ink and thought, he opened the journal often, feeling a fresh pang of guilt with every new entry. Itachi, where the fuck are you, read the most recent one from only one day prior. Tons of shit just happened and I am on the run—if you don't tell me where the fuck you are, I'll kill you the moment I find you if I don't get killed first.
Empty threats, he convinced himself. If Miho was on the run from Konoha, she could never be caught. There was no way she was in any actual danger, and as long as he hid himself well, she would never find him. He wished that she would have gotten the message and stayed in Konoha, but he should have known better.
Guilt upon guilt, now, building up to unknown heights. He had caused her more trouble—too much now. Yet he could not contact her, could not see her, no matter how much he wanted to.
He could not afford her interference, now that his death was drawing so close. Sasuke had killed Orochimaru, and it would be mere weeks now until he found Akatsuki and found him… Itachi found himself thinking about death, preparing himself to welcome it with open arms. This life was worth living, he convinced himself. Sasuke and Konoha—those were the two elements of his life that he was meant to protect. His little brother, the sole heir of the Uchiha, his clan, his family, the family he'd loved and the family he'd slaughtered.
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And the village, the village he was sworn to protect, the village that had raised him and shown him the true meaning of peace. Where Miho stood between these two elements was unclear. Itachi would not die for Miho, not if Sasuke or Konoha were in danger. Any other situation, perhaps, but no such situation would ever present itself, for everything that Itachi did was for his brother or his village.
Every other action, he did for himself, because he deserved at least something in this otherwise pathetic life, and he chose Miho to be that something.
Now that his life was soon to expire, her usefulness had also expired. But he did not dwell on it. Two days after what Itachi presumed to be Orochimaru's death, he and Kisame returned to their quarters late at night. Their housing consisted of a small wooden cabin in the middle of the forest, deserted and near the contact point for Akatsuki meetings.
It was raining—the Land of Stone had more rain than Itachi appreciated—and Itachi's body ached with every step. Every breath he took was laborious, and sometimes, he found himself blinking and seeing black dots. Kisame suspected nothing, for he was gloating that they had finally located the Yonbi's location in the mountains behind the village itself. One of Itachi's Bunshin was following the Yonbi closely, and he had finally pinpointed the Yonbi's location. Kisame met Itachi at the edge of the village and the two of them returned to the cabin.
Itachi would rest, while Kisame would shoulder Samehada and set off for the Yonbi immediately. As they approached their cabin, Itachi was surprised to find light shining through the curtained window. Itachi silently cursed Kisame's gargantuan chakra; there was no way Miho could have tracked them this easily had it not been for his ridiculous arsenal… Miho appeared in front of them, blocking Itachi from his path. Immediately, Kisame unsheathed Samehada and brought it to Miho's neck. Get him inside before I rip his barely functional heart out of his body right now.
His ache had now become a constant throb, and he could barely hide the pain.
It had a familiar signature—not too hard to put it together. She glared at him, as if daring him to speak, so he refrained.
Itachi hung up his cloak at the doorway while Kisame lingered outside. I'll be back with the Yonbi. In the meantime, don't kill him, girl. Miho waited until Kisame was out of sight before she turned to Itachi. He had not moved from the doorway, his gaze flickering between her and the sizeable pile of pills on the kitchen table. His bag and its contents—Summoning scrolls and the pill bottles—were thrown on the ground beside the table.
Miho stared at him in disbelief. I've been writing to you—begging you to tell me where you are—do you think I've been in Konoha and just waltzed out, Itachi?! I was captured by Danzou, handed over to Orochimaru, nearly killed by your little brother and his team more than once, Itachi, and the entire time, what do I hear from you? And I find you, your lodging, only to find out that you haven't been taking your medications at all!
You get closer and I can't even attack you because I can sense your heart is so bad that you shouldn't be standing at all—and you have the gall to ask me not to look through your things?! Why don't I go through all the reasons why I'm upset?
How about, for starters, that I have every right to look through your things when you've read through every journal entry that I've ever written? In fact, that's not even the big picture, how about I'm upset that the man I love is dying and doesn't give a damn about it!
What have I been in Konoha this entire time for if it wasn't for your life?! He did not know why he was being so belligerent, but Miho's presence annoyed him—a curveball thrown at him just when things were going to plan. He had no idea how to throw her back, how to just make her stop trying to save him when he did not want it. His heart was palpitating furiously now, and the throbbing pain in his chest now intensified to the point where he could barely breathe.
I went back for you, for your cure, and what do I get?! You don't even take my medications! You're not even trying to save your own life—" "Because," he said piercingly, "I don't want it.
Immediately, all his chakra shields disappeared under this stress, and the fit seemed to triple in intensity. Itachi fell to his knees, one hand at his mouth and the other clawing at his chest, as if trying to pry his heart out of his body—blood filled his throat, his mouth, and he kept coughing, trying to dislodge it as his breaths grew more and more shallow and he began to see the world spinning—somewhere close, Miho's voice and hands touched him, trying to assuage the pain, but it seemed that it would be of no avail this time, for Itachi could not cough up the blood because there was too much of it, and his feeble heart was working too hard, and this was his punishment, Fate's punishment, his parents' punishment, for finally admitting that he did not want to bear this burden, did not want this life and could not deal with its consequences.
He looked up and saw Miho, and in her, hesitation. Not yet, he said. But this extension wasn't for her; it was for Sasuke and for Konoha, as it was supposed to be. He wanted it to be for her. And this conviction seized his body and choked the last bit of breath out of him, and all he could taste was the salty metal of blood in his mouth, all he could hear was the pounding of blood in his temples, and he accepted his punishment.
LJ post on this probably tomorrow. Your review has been posted. Kisame also has a deep loathing for Might Guy since their first encounter, with Guy's inability to remember Kisame prior to his death agitating him. Over time, however, Kisame became one of the few members of Akatsuki that got along well with his partner despite the fact they had opposite personalities.
The only common ground between both ninja being that they betrayed those close to them. Kisame was perfectly aware of his weaknesses and shortcomings and is aware Itachi is perfectly capable of compensating for him.
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As such, he was perfectly loyal to Itachi as he would only take action after being ordered to or after being given permission by him. While he was excited about fighting Kakashi, he had no complaints about letting Itachi handle him when Itachi pointed out his capabilities and personality were not the best way to handle the situation.
He immediately obeyed Itachi's order to capture Kakashi and kill Asuma and Kurenai without any questioning and despite his love for battle, retreated when Itachi ordered him to do so. Despite his pride, Kisame acknowledged Itachi as the stronger and more intelligent of the duo, as was evident by Kisame saying to Itachi that he himself was no match for Jiraiya, but stated that maybe Itachi could go one-on-one with the Sannin.
Kisame's loyalty to Itachi is so great even Zetsu thought he only stayed in Akatsuki because of Itachi and couldn't help but wonder if Kisame would stay with the organisation with Itachi dead. During his last moments and recalling what Itachi said about no one ever truly knows who they are until just before they died, Kisame hoped Itachi also realised who he really was before he died as well. Kisame questioning his place in the world.
Kisame was motivated to help in completing the Eye of the Moon plan because of his own disillusionment with the world he lived in. He never felt as though he had a place or knew who he truly was as he was often ordered to undertake gruesome missions such as killing his own comrades because Fuguki ordered him to protect information above even the lives of his comrades.
This experience caused him to develop a guilt that lasted until just before his death, causing him to believe he was a worthless and terrible person. This would cause him to warn anyone he works with to be wary of him as he may be forced to kill them one day.
Later on, he discovered Fuguki, a man who he respected and trusted, was actually selling intel to their village's enemies. As such, he came to the conclusion that his entire life has been a lie. Because of this, he was somewhat nihilistic, believing himself and Itachi to be destined to die meaninglessly due to their crime of comrade-killing. It was only with Itachi's advice to the otherwise that Kisame saw, at the end of his life, that he did not die as meaningless as he originally thought he would because he did not waiver from his ideology of protecting information at all costs, even at the cost of his own life.
Kisame had a playful and morbid sense of humour and would often make light of serious situations while sporting a sadistic grin.