Oh yeah forgot about that.
Anyway I'm surprised you had your story followed up by the forehead poke scene in 699, since that was the final nail in the death of sakura's character (at least for me, as before that I had some hope even after 693).
Hehe, no worries.
Well, when I first started to think about this story, besides the other questions there was this primary one: how could I fix the atrocities that happened within Naruto?
It's basically me trying to fix things up even after the truly unusual and OOC things that happened.
It's like... can you repair something that is beyond repair?
This story in a way you could say is my personal challenge. That's why I wanted to start it from that very moment.
Because like I said, this is primary a story about Sakura Haruno. Her forehead and anything connected to it it's a big thing. And for better or for worse, the forehead poke DID happen.
I'm not going to be as SP and the writers of the novels that just brushed over some things and pretended like Naruto and Sakura's relationship didn't even exist.
NO! I'm not going to do that disservice to the characters like they did. As much as I don't agree with SS or NH, I will show them the due respect.
Something the authors who took care of the franchise didn't.
But I'm not them. I will do this right!
Or as right as humanly possible. Because I'm not saying this will be impeccable. I'll just try to do my best.
I agree with Saber, I like how you can read it like a book. I like how you have pictures of them on the pages, so we could see how they are looking at each other each time they make each other's heart melt. Like I said, "Kishimoto who?" And watch out Pulitzer, because Chatte is coming to steal it from right under the rest of these would-be writer's noses:D
I always have hope, unlimited hope. From my point of view, Sakura-Chan doesn't feel worthy of Naruto's love, and she loves Naruto to death. She believes she isn't worthy of Naruto, and she doesn't even realize how much she truly loves Naruto. Kishimoto never gave her that ultimate push that he was building up through the story to make her realize that her heart lies with Naruto. So, Naruto has her heart, but in her mind, she isn't worthy of Naruto and in her mind she thinks her heart belongs to Sasuke, but in her subconscious, it's Naruto who has her heart. To wake her up, Kishimoto would have to start bringing some truths forward to make her realize who she truly loves. Like the bench scene for example, when she realizes that it was Naruto, Sasuke's outta there. When Naruto confesses, Sakura-Chan wouldn't deny because her true feelings for him would come out, and once again. Sasuke's outta there. It takes one step from Naruto to Sakura-Chan to change everything because they have all of the development on the planet together. Sakura-Chan doesn't feel worthy, Naruto doesn't feel worthy and plus in his mind, she loves Sasuke, when in reality she actually loves Naruto.
S/N: My fault for bringing this on the thread Chatte lol, had to get this off before I forgot what I was going to say.
Well, as you and I talked, I have no drawing skills. But I'm not the type to just let it all a wall of writing with nothing visual. I think the visual really helps the essence of what one tries to transmit to the reader, so, as I said, I came up with the best solution I could: have it in a storybook format.
Some design here and there, while most of the action will be of course, told by text.
As for you ranting on here, no worries, it's okay. I can understand where you're coming from.
This amazing. I'm excited for this omg
Aww, so glad you liked iiit!
EXPECT A LOT OF AWESOMENESS! Because that's what I'm planning to bring.
Hopefully, I'll also manage.