Who kills Mizuki Naruto?

Answered by Willian Lymon

In the alternate scenario where Mizuki is turned down for the job and Iruka becomes the chosen candidate, Mizuki’s hatred for the Leaf Village begins to fester. He feels betrayed and overlooked, fueling a deep resentment towards the village that had once been his home. Little did he know, his actions would catch the attention of Orochimaru, a notorious rogue ninja with a twisted agenda.

Unbeknownst to Mizuki, Orochimaru had been observing him closely, intrigued by his willingness to murder his own teammate. Orochimaru saw in Mizuki a potential candidate for his own dark experiments, and so he approached him with an offer. Orochimaru provided Mizuki with a Curse Mark, a powerful seal infused with Orochimaru’s chakra, granting him enhanced abilities and the potential for even greater power.

Along with the Curse Mark, Orochimaru gave Mizuki specific instructions for creating a potent potion. This potion, when consumed, would unlock the true potential of the Curse Mark and unleash Mizuki’s hidden powers. Orochimaru saw Mizuki as a pawn in his grand schemes, someone he could manipulate and use to further his own goals.

Filled with bitterness and a desire for revenge against the village that had rejected him, Mizuki eagerly accepted Orochimaru’s offer. He began to follow Orochimaru’s instructions, brewing the potion and preparing himself for the transformation that awaited him. Little did Mizuki know, however, that Orochimaru’s true intentions were far darker and more sinister than he could have ever imagined.

As Mizuki continued his preparations, he became consumed by a newfound thirst for power. His hatred for the Leaf Village fueled his determination, and he eagerly awaited the moment when he could exact his revenge. With the Curse Mark pulsing through his veins and the potion ready to be consumed, Mizuki stood on the precipice of a dark and dangerous path.

In the end, it was Mizuki’s own actions and choices that led to his demise. His thirst for power and his willingness to align himself with Orochimaru ultimately sealed his fate. Whether it was Naruto or another ninja from the Leaf Village who ultimately killed Mizuki is uncertain, but what is clear is that his path of darkness led him down a treacherous road from which there was no return.