Naruto: Next Gen Ch93: Getting Answers The next morning, Tsuki woke up sitting against her bedroom door curled in a ball. After slamming the door on Liaf, she'd run up to her room with tears in her eyes and pain in her heart. She sat there now, in her pajamas, crying against the locked door at the thought of what she did to him.Naruto: Next Gen Ch93: Getting Answers7 hours ago in General Fiction
"Liaf...I'm sorry...I'm so sorry..." she said to herself in between sobs.
On the other side of the village, Liaf awoke to a wet pillow. Soaked by the tears of the night prior. Now however there was no longer any time to be sorry for himself. He got up, got dressed and walked out the door. Liaf wandered - more or less - aimlessly through the village, still not one hundred percent familiarized with the new layout since it's ongoing reconstruction began. The boy still managed to find his way to the hospital though, and went in requesting to see Sakura. She came out to see him, and he immediately asked about Tsuki's arm.
"Well, it was a
Naruto: Next Gen Ch92: What Happened? When the Leaf and Cloud parted ways at the Leaf Village Gate, a couple of shinobi stayed back for a bit. Shimaaji and Sakarai. Shimaaji accompanied Liaf and Abiki to Ichiraku to get something to eat, but Sakarai said she wanted to go to the Amaguriyama Dumpling Shop. So they split for the time being. Did you guys here about some strange beast that was tearing up both sides of the battle though? I heard that the East side was hit hard by something that was too fast to see. It didn't kill anyone, but it injured a lot of people from the Cloud and Leaf, not so many from the Mist or Sand though." Liaf asked.Naruto: Next Gen Ch92: What Happened?1 day ago in General Fiction
"No, I didn't hear anything about that. Strange, I wonder what it could have been." Shimaaji said.
"Seems weird though. Oh well, hey, what-say we all go get something to eat? Shimaaji? You in?" Liaf asked.
"What made you stay by the way? If you don't mind me asking." Abiki asked.
"Just wanted to get something to