These are the 5 reasons to prove that the character Haruno Sakura in the famous manga/anime Naruto doesn’t deserve so much hate from fans. Let’s see what it is with Game8Z.
Since the Naruto manga/anime came out so far, although the series has ended for a long time, there are still a few things that have never changed in the hearts of fans. And one of them is hatred for the female character Haruno Sakura. However, it seemed that the girl didn’t deserve to be hated so much. And here are 5 reasons to prove it. Check it out with Game8Z.
5.Inner strength and determination
The first good side as well as what every fan remembers about Sakura is that this girl not only possesses extraordinary physical strength but is also an extremely resilient person. Sakura’s ability to overcome adversity, grow from mistakes, and cope with challenges doesn’t seem to be inferior to any of the main characters in Naruto.
The best example of this quality is Sakura’s match with Sasori. During the battle, even though Sakura was poisoned by Sasori’s puppet, she was determined to capture the Akatsuki member. Not stopping there, although Sakura knew that she was difficult to defeat Sasori, she did not run away at Chiyo’s words but continued to fight. That brought the final victory for Sakura and Chiyo.
4.The path to becoming the most ‘top’ medical shinobi in the village
While Sakura’s overall character development may be flawed, her growth as a medical ninja should be viewed as a remarkable achievement. Understanding that it is impossible to have strength like Naruto or Sasuke, Sakura devotes herself to hone her medical skills.
And the result that perhaps every fan can see is that Sakura has become one of the important ‘assets’ in battles. Looking closely, this development of Sakura can be called outstanding. From a little girl who had to cut her own hair during the battle with the shinobi of the Sound Village, Sakura has become a person not inferior to the Fifth Hokage Tsunade.
3.Instinct always protects others
In the early stages of the Naruto manga/anime, when everyone was still fairly balanced, Sakura showed a protective instinct towards her loved ones, especially towards Naruto and Sasuke. Despite their complicated relationships, Sakura truly cares about Sasuke and Naruto’s happiness and well-being.
Later in the Shippuden episode, when most of the characters have powers that are no different from the gods, Sakura understands that her small strength can do nothing to protect others. However, she still stood behind the front lines to devote all her strength to healing and healing everyone. Sakura’s willingness to do her best to protect everyone shows the selflessness of this character.
2. Bright mind
Although Sakura’s fighting skills may not be among the top of Naruto’s, there are instances of her outbursts that should be acknowledged. When given the opportunity, Sakura will immediately display her impressive strength, strategic thinking and resourcefulness. Thereby proving her potential as one of the most notable shinobi of the Naruto world.
Over time, Sakura’s character continuously shows signs of maturity. Even maturing through her absurd infatuation with Sasuke. Sakura begins to realize her own strengths and the importance of cultivating relationships based on mutual respect and trust.
Sakura’s journey of self-discovery and emotional maturity is worthy of appreciation, as it represents an important step forward in the later development of Sarada’s mother’s personality.