distrust within the Allied Shinobi Forces. Naruto arrives to assist, and using his sensory powers, he identifies all the disguised White Zetsu clones, changing the tide of the battle. Content: The battle continues to rage on as Naruto makes his way across the carnage, which allows him at times to step in and help things along to some degree.
It’s not exactly a bad ploy, especially after having him off screen for so long, but it is pretty blatant in what it’s trying to do as it pads things out. His role has been varied so far as these kinds of stories have gone on, some he’s more involved in than others where he just shows up for a minute or two, but in the end it just paints a bad picture. Bad in that he’s got a hell of a long way to go and is just taking an age to get there. But such is the life of the filler material where we get some interesting episodes here and there but are largely treated to mind numbing stories.
With the fight going as it is, where there are no real clear gains or losses at the moment,
As the White Zetsu Army clones continue to wreak havoc on all the battlefields, the Allied Shinobi Forces struggle to find a way to cope with the situation until Naruto arrives. Elsewhere, the Feudal Lord Protection Squad continue their battle with Black Zetsu. Eventually Naruto's shadow clones arrive on all the battlefields, and Alliance slowly retakes the upper-hand on the battlefield. As reports dome into HQ of Naruto's part in turning the tides of the war back in their favor, Tsunade smugly gestures to A who solemnly dismisses her.
The Sensor Division is asked to check on Madara's status and Ao reveals that
Hinata had a pivotal part in the episode because she had a different emotion than the