Sakura Haruno ChroniclesChapter OneLoud clashes of blades slicing each other filled the night as wind blew softly on the trees that surrounded Kakashi Hatake and a weird old man with long grey hair. With his Sharingon revealed Kakashi still had five holes in his left shoulder from stabs from the old man's Kunai and a large gash on his stomach. "I thought the copy cat ninja was suppose to copy his opponents attacks."Kakashi look at the old man with a sarcastic face as a large rip was made by his mouth. "I guess I can't copy my opponents attacks when my eye goes under a transformation.""Heh
well then this next attack will just knock you out
So when you finally come to. Tell my granddaughter hello for me." The old man dropped his kunai and several more from his satchel before clamping his hands together. "My granddaughter, Sakura Haruno, will learn the powers of the earth from me.""Sakura is your
" Kakashi almost lost his tracks in step as the kunais' attached by chakra threads shot
Sakura Haruno ChroniclesChapter two"Sakura...what are you doing here?" Naruto tried to pull himself together and turned to his ramen bowl that was spilled over his sweatshirt. Tsunade looked down at Pakkun as he pulled his head out of her large boobs. "Weren't you going to help Ino?""Ino is on a mission, Naruto." She said as she sat next to Tsunade while pulling her hair tied out of her hair. "Anyway what is Pakkun doing here without Kakashi sensei?""It has nothing to do with you, Sakura." Tsunade glanced over at Naruto as if she was saying, 'Why didn't you just tell her, idiot!' Naruto looked at his empty bowl and then yelled for Ichiraku. "Hey can I have BBQ pork Ramen, Ayame.""Yes, Naruto...you just got to wait for father to get back from the restroom." Ayame put a glass of water and walked out of the small room behind a curtain to walk up some steps.Sakura bent on her elbow and raised an eyebrow. "Naruto...why are you mean to me?""Mean? I am never mean to you, Sakura!" Naruto gulped his cold water a
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