Each of the villains in Naruto have their own goals, and whether or not they achieve them, depends on their level of strength.
Naruto’s diverse cast of villains from the beginning has captivated viewers and forced them to follow each development. Naruto Uzumaki and his comrades must face a multitude of terrifying villains whose personalities and sheer strength make those around them fearful.
Each villain has their own goals, and whether or not they achieve that goal depends on their level of strength.
Because in the world of shinobi, many of the villains’ plans have almost succeeded in part thanks to their own power abilities. But there are also characters who do not rely on strength to still manipulate everyone, even the smartest. Let’s take a look at the most successful villains of Naruto!
Nagato/Pain gathers the most dangerous group of villains
After the death of one of his best friends – Yahiko, Nagato lost faith in the world and turned Akatsuki into a terrifying organization that seeks to spread peace by causing pain to everyone in the world. gender.
Although Nagato showed a kind heart towards the end of his battle with Naruto, throughout the series it was he who ruthlessly ordered the members of Akatsuki to withdraw the Tailed Beasts from the Jinchuuriki – thus causing the Jinchuuriki to die. Very few villains in Naruto commit crimes on par with Nagato. Nagato can be said to be main villain in Naruto.
Kabuto surpasses Orochimaru after learning Sage Mode
Orochimaru aspired to have all kinds of ninjutsu throughout his life, but he repeatedly failed to do so. On the other hand, Kabuto succeeds in mastering abilities that his master cannot.
Kabuto learns not only how to perform Sage Mode, but also Suigetsu’s liquefaction technique, Karin’s healing abilities, Jugo’s use of natural energies, and the Sound Four’s abilities. In addition, Kabuto exerted a lot of pressure on the Shinobi Alliance during the events of the Fourth Great Ninja War and used Edo Tensei to revive the strongest ninjas.
Obito became a formidable opponent.
Although Nagato seems to act as the leader of Akatsuki, Obito controls Akatsuki from the shadows. Obito helps recruit new members for Akatsuki such as Itachi, Kisame, and Sasuke.
He also became one of the strongest ninjas in the world when he obtained the Rinnegan after defeating Konan, controlled multiple Jinchuuriki, and later became the Ten-Tails Jinchuuriki. With his unparalleled Truth-Seeking Orbs skill, he is able to use them in ways other characters cannot. He almost controlled the world, but Madara betrayed Obito and used him to become more powerful.
Madara fights the whole world and almost succeeds
Immediately after Kabuto revived Madara using the Edo Tensei, the Shinobi Alliance was in a difficult position. Madara was so powerful that it seemed unstoppable, he defeated the Five Kage with a single swing of his Perfect Susanoo’s sword. In addition, he also manipulated Obito and used him to bring him back to life.
After becoming the Ten-Tails Jinchuuriki, Madara grew stronger as he obtained two Rinnegans, absorbed the Magic Tree, and awakened the Rinnesharingan. In the end, Madara achieves his goal of placing everyone in the world under a genjutsu before Black Zetsu stabs him and revives Kaguya.
Black Zetsu is the ultimate traitor
Initially, Black Zetsu helped Akatsuki, Obito, and Madara with the reason that he wanted to be their assistant. In fact, he plotted to resurrect Kaguya Otsutsuki by allowing Madara to become so powerful. Madara is an intelligent ninja, so Black Zetsu’s success in achieving this says a lot about his tactical mind.
Although Team 7 eventually sealed Kaguya and defeated him, Black Zetsu made a name for himself throughout the series. While many believe that Madara has outdone himself and betrayed everyone, the real ‘final boss’ is Black Zetsu.