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|"We'll All Go Home"|
|(帰ってこよう, Kaette Koyō, Viz: We Shall Return)|
|Volume||A Suspension Bridge to Peace (#54)|
|Previous||"An Unexpected Kinjutsu!!"|
|Next||"The Truth about Zetsu!!"|
|Arc||Fourth Shinobi World War: Countdown|
|Anime||Naruto Shippūden #253|
Tobi warps Nagato's body away, and leaves. After this time goes back when Jiraiya was training the Ame Orphans. He implements a secret method of communication using "Hop-In" cards and explains their use and importance to them. Meanwhile, as Konan's body lays floating in the water a bloodied piece of paper is blown off of Konan's body by the wind. The red paper lands in front of a plank inside the old hideout of the Ame Orphans. The four planks with red paper in front of them symbolise that Jiraiya, and the orphans have all returned home. At the Akatsuki hideout, Tobi with a new outfit declares it's time to capture the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox.
- This is one of Naruto's more symbolic chapters. The scene where Konan's blood-soaked red paper covered her frog card symbolised the promised they made to return to the cabin to celebrate a job well-done. However, as all four inhabitants died, the cabin symbolised the afterlife and how Konan was the last amongst them to die and had passed to the afterlife to reunited with Jiraiya, Yahiko, and Nagato to celebrate their roles in contributing to peace.