The Valley of the End resides close to the border of the Land of Fire and Sound. A waterfall now serves as the border between the two countries. Two statues border the valley, Hashirama Senju, the first Hokage, and Madara Uchiha, the Uchiha leader.

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When Konoha had first formed, Hashirama Senju gained the title of First Hokage. This angered Madara Uchiha and he plotted to destroy the village using the Kurama (Nine-Tails). Hashirama"s move the Top Transformed Buddha"s barrage ended up carving the valley out. Madara escaped with his life and hid. The Kurama was then sealed into Mito Uzumaki, Hashirama"s wife.


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Later on the valley was made into a memorial and the two giant statues of the men were placed in the valley. The statues make the protocol pre-duel Traditional Shinobo Sparring"s Seal of Confrontation.


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Ironically enough, Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha end up fighting at the Valley of the End at the end of the first part. It is here that Sasuke attempts to gain the Megekyo Sharingan by killing Naruto, but fails not wanting Itachi to control his life. Their fight ends up with Naruto losing and slightly damaging both statues.


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In the second part of Naruto, Tobi goes to the valley and sits on Madara"s head. He thinks over the possible paths Sasuke could end up taking.


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Naruto and Sasuke end up back at the valley after the Fourth Shinobi World War. There they try a rematch and devastate the valley. Naruto ends up the winner this time, but the statues are completely destroyed. Well all but the two hands, one from each statue. At that point the two hands form the Seal of Reconciliation.

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Not going to read the whole thing for spoiler reasons, but I just recently got to the first Naruto/Sasuke fight here. Good stuff.

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It"s amazing how he carved it. Was it unintentional? Hashirama carved it while in the middle of a battle didn"t he?


Reply to: ✇Sawada D. Tsuna✇

Nah I"m just joking. I meant to say that he carved the base of the statues with his move in the middle of his battle with Madara.


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