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ShikaIno-Run Chapter 1Only the survivors had been injured. Those who had become deceased least hurt and were helping others. Fear struck all of the villagers, but positively knew that the village's number one knucklehead, then they knew to expect the best results.
Buildings, businesses, shops and homesoh homeswere demolished. The only thing belonging to Konoha was the Hokage Mountain and an enormous gaping hole in the land, and in their hearts. It would take years to reconstruct this mess. Even Orochimaru's attack hadn't been this bad. The only thing that survived were the people, miraculously.
What would've been more plausible? Evening the ground out, or constructing in the hole? This was a ninja's job. The on and off captain of Team 7 would be very handy. Also would the fire and water style ninja.
The thing that stuck most of the villagers were homes. There wasn't anywhere they could go, relax or stay. All that'd be left was sleeping outside in tents somewhere.
The lucky people and clans who's
ShikaIno-Run PrologueAfter destruction and chaos, some could find relief in times of peace. Some could also find relief in terror, or no peace at all. But others could find even more panic in moments of harmony.
There are some walking down streets and among the seas of people hiding their grief and anger beneath a mask of joy. But only one among the rest would be able to see and know for sure that they'd have it masked. The only one, who would know the entire story of grief with only one flash of the eye or only one tear rolling before becoming dry, is the only one as well.
If all else would fail, only one would be left, which would be equal to all, and more.
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