Wikia

Narutopedia

Changes: Memorial Stone

Edit this page

Back to page

m (Trivia)
Line 10: Line 10:
 
* In ''[[Naruto Shippūden 3: Inheritors of the Will of Fire]]'', the Memorial Stone was depicted in a similar fashion to its manga form.
 
* In ''[[Naruto Shippūden 3: Inheritors of the Will of Fire]]'', the Memorial Stone was depicted in a similar fashion to its manga form.
 
* In ''[[Naruto: Path of the Ninja]]'', [[Mujini Anano]] and [[Nigiri Umeboshi]]'s names are carved on the tablet as well.
 
* In ''[[Naruto: Path of the Ninja]]'', [[Mujini Anano]] and [[Nigiri Umeboshi]]'s names are carved on the tablet as well.
*Obito is the only known person to be alive while having his name engraved on the Memorial Stone, due to how his teammates had assumed he was dead.
+
* Obito is the only known person to be alive while having his name engraved on the Memorial Stone, due to how his team-mates had assumed he was dead.
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 23:59, October 10, 2012

  • The Memorial Stone as depicted in the manga.
  • The Memorial Stone as depicted in the anime.

The Memorial Stone is a monument in Konohagakure that lists all of their ninja that were killed in action. In the manga it is shaped like a standard slab of stone, while in the anime it looks more like a kunai-shaped structure.

It is located near the Third Training Ground, where Team Hiruzen and Team 7 were known to have undertaken their first bell test. When Naruto remarked that he wanted to have his name added to the monument, Kakashi informed him of what it was for, prompting Naruto to change his mind.[1] Kakashi spends much of his free time at the monument because his former team-mate, Obito Uchiha's, name is engraved there. Hayate Gekkō and Iruka Umino's father's and mother's names are also listed.[2]

Trivia

References

  1. Naruto chapter 8, pages 9-10
  2. Naruto chapter 139, pages 4, 8

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki