Chapter Notes

Something like this:


Fukasaku explains that Jiraiya gave him a coded message about Pain before dying and shows it to those present. Naruto instead focuses on Tsunade, blaming her for letting Jiraiya go on such a dangerous mission by himself. Tsunade makes no effort to refute his claim so he storms out despite Sakura's protests. Naruto continues the rest of the day wandering town and mourning Jiraiya. He runs into Iruka, who reveals that Naruto is finally gaining acknowledgment on a village-wide scale, and offers to take him to Ramen Ichiraku, but Naruto declines. In the evening, Naruto, holding a popsicle, goes to a park and starts crying, regretting how Jiraiya was not able to see him as Hokage. Iruka tracks him down and comforts him about Jiraiya's death, saying how proud Jiraiya had always been of Naruto and how, as Jiraiya's student, he lives on in Naruto. Meanwhile, Tsunade tasks Shikamaru with deciphering Jiraiya's message alone. Although Shikamaru objects to doing the task himself, Sakura insists he does. It is revealed that shortly afterwards, Tsunade takes some time alone to cry for Jiraiya, remembering when the two met and regretting not having reciprocated Jiraiya's feelings earlier.

Chapter Notes
  • Fukasaku explains what happened during Jiraiya's final moments, but Naruto, unable to process what had happened, blames Tsunade and storms out.
  • Naruto spent the rest of the day mourning Jiraiya, so much that briefly meeting up with Iruka, and learning that he is finally gaining acknowledgment on a village-wide scale and a offer for Ramen Ichiraku, isn't enough to break him out of his funk.

Just an idea. Justin Holland (talk) 20:43, July 24, 2015 (UTC)

whatA Wkia contributor (talk) 22:56, July 24, 2015 (UTC)
It's basically a summary of the summary. Surely one summary is enough? ~SnapperTo 17:26, July 25, 2015 (UTC)