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The '''Ame Orphans''' were three children who lost their parents because of [[Amegakure]]'s involvement in the [[Second Shinobi World War]]. They looked after themselves until they were found by the [[Sannin]] with [[Jiraiya]] remaining behind to give the children food and [[Ame Orphans' Hideout|shelter]] while teaching them [[ninjutsu]] to defend themselves. After three years of training, Jiraiya was happy enough with their development that he returned to [[Konoha]], leaving them to forge their own future. The three quickly gained a reputation to the point that news of their deeds even reached Konoha. Any group that opposed them would "wind up dead". Their group recruited new members, and with [[Yahiko]] as the leader, they planned to bring peace to Amegakure and the rest of the world. This group would be known as the original [[Akatsuki]], the creation of which was supposedly encouraged by [[Obito Uchiha]] as he introduced himself to them as "Madara".<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 509, page 3</ref> Though the three were sceptical, with Yahiko warning him to stay away from them, Obito states that he would revisit that spot everyday until they understand his ideals and come to him willingly.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 607, pages 1-5</ref>
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The '''Ame Orphans''' were three children who lost their parents because of [[Amegakure]]'s involvement in the [[Second Shinobi World War]]. They looked after themselves until they were found by the [[Sannin]] with [[Jiraiya]] remaining behind to give the children food and [[Ame Orphans' Hideout|shelter]] while teaching them [[ninjutsu]] to defend themselves.
   
[[File:Yahiko's Group.PNG|thumb|left|The first Akatsuki.]]
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== History ==
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[[File:Ame Orphans young adults.png|thumb|left|The orphans as adults.]]
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After three years of training, Jiraiya was happy enough with their development that he returned to [[Konoha]], leaving them to forge their own future. The three quickly gained a reputation to the point that news of their deeds even reached Konoha. Any group that opposed them would "wind up dead". Their group recruited new members, and with [[Yahiko]] as the leader, they planned to bring peace to Amegakure and the rest of the world. This group would be known as the original [[Akatsuki]], the creation of which was supposedly encouraged by [[Obito Uchiha]] as he introduced himself to them as "Madara".<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 509, page 3</ref> Though the three were sceptical, with Yahiko warning him to stay away from them, Obito states that he would revisit that spot everyday until they understand his ideals and come to him willingly.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 607, pages 1-5</ref>
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{{ImgRight|Yahiko's Group.PNG|The first Akatsuki.}}
 
The orphans' dreams of peace made [[Hanzō]] of Amegakure nervous that Yahiko might usurp his rule. During the [[Third Shinobi World War]], Hanzō teamed up with [[Danzō Shimura]] in order to defeat the three of them, taking [[Konan]] hostage and ordering [[Nagato]] to kill Yahiko or forfeit Konan. Yahiko jumped on the kunai Nagato was holding so that Nagato wouldn't need to make the choice, resulting in his death. Hanzō and his men then tried to kill Nagato. Nagato easily deflected their attacks with [[Shinra Tensei]]. He rescued Konan at the cost of his legs, which had been burnt by Hanzō's [[explosive tag]]s. Nagato resorted to the [[Summoning: Demonic Statue of the Outer Path]] to kill all of Hanzō's men. Hanzō himself managed to escape the attack. The side effect of the technique impaled several chakra rods on Nagato's back. Now crippled from Hanzō's attack and severely emaciated, Nagato would create the [[Six Paths of Pain]] technique, using Yahiko's corpse as the "Deva Path". At some point, news of the his former apprentices being attacked reached Jiraiya and he believed that they had all been killed.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 372, pages 2, 7</ref>
 
The orphans' dreams of peace made [[Hanzō]] of Amegakure nervous that Yahiko might usurp his rule. During the [[Third Shinobi World War]], Hanzō teamed up with [[Danzō Shimura]] in order to defeat the three of them, taking [[Konan]] hostage and ordering [[Nagato]] to kill Yahiko or forfeit Konan. Yahiko jumped on the kunai Nagato was holding so that Nagato wouldn't need to make the choice, resulting in his death. Hanzō and his men then tried to kill Nagato. Nagato easily deflected their attacks with [[Shinra Tensei]]. He rescued Konan at the cost of his legs, which had been burnt by Hanzō's [[explosive tag]]s. Nagato resorted to the [[Summoning: Demonic Statue of the Outer Path]] to kill all of Hanzō's men. Hanzō himself managed to escape the attack. The side effect of the technique impaled several chakra rods on Nagato's back. Now crippled from Hanzō's attack and severely emaciated, Nagato would create the [[Six Paths of Pain]] technique, using Yahiko's corpse as the "Deva Path". At some point, news of the his former apprentices being attacked reached Jiraiya and he believed that they had all been killed.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 372, pages 2, 7</ref>
   
[[File:Dead bodies of Nagato,yahiko and konan.png|thumb|The deceased orphans.]]
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[[File:Ame Memorial.png|thumb|left|The shrine Konan built to house Nagato and Yahiko's corpses.]]
After Yahiko's death and conversion into main body of his Pain alias, Nagato took over the group as their goal of bringing peace continued though it had veered off the course that Yahiko had wanted. He and Konan eventually turned to Obito who reformed the organisation into a criminal organisation for his own agenda. After the [[invasion of Pain]], spurred by their fellow apprentice [[Naruto Uzumaki]]'s words, Nagato sacrificed himself to undo the carnage he caused with Konan the sole surviving member of the Ame Orphans as she become Amegakure's new leader while creating a shine for her fallen friends. However, Konan later died fighting Obito before he raided the shine to take Nagato's body and extract his [[Rinnegan]].
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After Yahiko's death and conversion into main body of his Pain alias, Nagato took over the group as their goal of bringing peace continued though it had veered off the course that Yahiko had wanted. He and Konan eventually turned to Obito who reformed the organisation into a criminal organisation for his own agenda. After the [[invasion of Pain]], spurred by their fellow apprentice [[Naruto Uzumaki]]'s words, Nagato sacrificed himself to undo the carnage he caused with Konan the sole surviving member of the Ame Orphans as she become Amegakure's new leader while creating a [[Nagato and Yahiko's Shrine|shrine]] for her fallen friends. However, Konan later died fighting Obito before he raided the shrine to take Nagato's body and extract his [[Rinnegan]].
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== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 02:40, December 16, 2014

Ame Orphans

Amegakure Orphans
Debut
Manga Chapter #372
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #128
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2
OVA Naruto Shippūden: UNSG anime cutscenes
Appears in Anime, Manga and Game
Team Info
Leaders
Members
Affiliations

The Ame Orphans were three children who lost their parents because of Amegakure's involvement in the Second Shinobi World War. They looked after themselves until they were found by the Sannin with Jiraiya remaining behind to give the children food and shelter while teaching them ninjutsu to defend themselves.

History Edit

Ame Orphans young adults

The orphans as adults.

After three years of training, Jiraiya was happy enough with their development that he returned to Konoha, leaving them to forge their own future. The three quickly gained a reputation to the point that news of their deeds even reached Konoha. Any group that opposed them would "wind up dead". Their group recruited new members, and with Yahiko as the leader, they planned to bring peace to Amegakure and the rest of the world. This group would be known as the original Akatsuki, the creation of which was supposedly encouraged by Obito Uchiha as he introduced himself to them as "Madara".[1] Though the three were sceptical, with Yahiko warning him to stay away from them, Obito states that he would revisit that spot everyday until they understand his ideals and come to him willingly.[2]

Yahiko's Group

The first Akatsuki.

The orphans' dreams of peace made Hanzō of Amegakure nervous that Yahiko might usurp his rule. During the Third Shinobi World War, Hanzō teamed up with Danzō Shimura in order to defeat the three of them, taking Konan hostage and ordering Nagato to kill Yahiko or forfeit Konan. Yahiko jumped on the kunai Nagato was holding so that Nagato wouldn't need to make the choice, resulting in his death. Hanzō and his men then tried to kill Nagato. Nagato easily deflected their attacks with Shinra Tensei. He rescued Konan at the cost of his legs, which had been burnt by Hanzō's explosive tags. Nagato resorted to the Summoning: Demonic Statue of the Outer Path to kill all of Hanzō's men. Hanzō himself managed to escape the attack. The side effect of the technique impaled several chakra rods on Nagato's back. Now crippled from Hanzō's attack and severely emaciated, Nagato would create the Six Paths of Pain technique, using Yahiko's corpse as the "Deva Path". At some point, news of the his former apprentices being attacked reached Jiraiya and he believed that they had all been killed.[3]

Ame Memorial

The shrine Konan built to house Nagato and Yahiko's corpses.

After Yahiko's death and conversion into main body of his Pain alias, Nagato took over the group as their goal of bringing peace continued though it had veered off the course that Yahiko had wanted. He and Konan eventually turned to Obito who reformed the organisation into a criminal organisation for his own agenda. After the invasion of Pain, spurred by their fellow apprentice Naruto Uzumaki's words, Nagato sacrificed himself to undo the carnage he caused with Konan the sole surviving member of the Ame Orphans as she become Amegakure's new leader while creating a shrine for her fallen friends. However, Konan later died fighting Obito before he raided the shrine to take Nagato's body and extract his Rinnegan.

References Edit

  1. Naruto chapter 509, page 3
  2. Naruto chapter 607, pages 1-5
  3. Naruto chapter 372, pages 2, 7
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