Plot Analysis: The Story Of Naruto

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In a story, the plot revolves around the protagonist. Both Naruto's protagonist, Naruto, and Bleach's protagonist, Ichigo, are protective, determined, and have a power inside them their society believes as dangerous. Friends are very important to them as they both have at least one parent dead. Once a person gains their trust, there is hardly anything that will break their trust. In Naruto's case, even his best friends that turned into a psychopath that works actively against his former village with a terrorist cell is still redeemable. Ichigo has strong faith towards his friends and will not betray them even if it seems that they had become a criminal. Beyond everything else, what defines them as who they truly are is the determination they

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