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This happens in the original ''Naruto'' anime.{{User:Snapper2/Suna|orig=1}}
 
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Sunagakure frequently fought with [[Konohagakure]]; Chiyo's attempts to poison enemies during the [[Second Shinobi World War]] were often counteracted by [[Tsunade]]. To compound this fact, following the Third Shinobi War, the [[Wind Daimyō (Part I)|Wind Daimyō]] began outsourcing missions to Konoha, leading to a lack of funding for Sunagakure. To make up for the loss of military power this created, the [[Fourth Kazekage]] had Chiyo seal [[Shukaku]] into its third host, his own son: [[Gaara]].{{User:Snapper2/Suna|chap=262}} It was hoped that Gaara would become a weapon for the village, but the power of Shukaku was too unstable and overwhelming for Gaara and the idea was abandoned. The village then had to rely on the development of new techniques and trading of gold dust in order to keep its' standing within the [[Five Great Shinobi Countries]].{{User:Snapper2/Suna|chap=547}} As time passed, however, the Fourth came to appreciate Gaara's increasing control and returned to relying on him as a weapon.
 
Sunagakure frequently fought with [[Konohagakure]]; Chiyo's attempts to poison enemies during the [[Second Shinobi World War]] were often counteracted by [[Tsunade]]. To compound this fact, following the Third Shinobi War, the [[Wind Daimyō (Part I)|Wind Daimyō]] began outsourcing missions to Konoha, leading to a lack of funding for Sunagakure. To make up for the loss of military power this created, the [[Fourth Kazekage]] had Chiyo seal [[Shukaku]] into its third host, his own son: [[Gaara]].{{User:Snapper2/Suna|chap=262}} It was hoped that Gaara would become a weapon for the village, but the power of Shukaku was too unstable and overwhelming for Gaara and the idea was abandoned. The village then had to rely on the development of new techniques and trading of gold dust in order to keep its' standing within the [[Five Great Shinobi Countries]].{{User:Snapper2/Suna|chap=547}} As time passed, however, the Fourth came to appreciate Gaara's increasing control and returned to relying on him as a weapon.
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