Here’s what Orochimaru did to stop being a menace in Naruto.
Orochimaru in the Naruto world was an extremely powerful character. Orochimaru is a villain that was introduced during the Chunin Exams arc. He participated in the exam to find a vessel in which he could transfer his body to become a Shinobi.
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Orochimaru’s introduction was a clear indication that he was the greatest villain series had seen to date. Even the Hokage feared his presence. Orochimaru could have been an unstoppable antagonist during the Naruto series. However, his story changed and he lost his importance as a character.
Orochimaru Rises To Power
Orochimaru was the child of a genius. was already six years old and was already a Konohagakure Chunin. After the death of his parents, his life goal was to discover more about it and ultimately reach immortality. Orochimaru earned great respect from Hiruzen Samutobi and others for being the most skilled and respected ninjas in the village. Orochimaru rose to the rank of Jonin as he continued his search for immortality.
He also had a very twisted mind and would do anything to reach his goal. Orochimaru served in the Second Great Ninja War as a soldier and was named one of the Legendary Sannin. Orochimaru earned legendary praise. He was quickly elected to the post of Hokage. Unfortunately, his evil ways grew significantly by this time and he would even kidnap others and experiment with them to gain immortality. This is when he was at his most heroic as a fighter. He eventually defected from the village after being discovered.
Orochimaru was a Shinobi and was extremely powerful. Kakashi Hawatake, a Shinobi worthy of being the Hokage, could not help but be paralyzed with fear when Orochimaru was present. Orochimaru is a powerful enough ninja to master all five Nature Transformations at a young age. While mastering many jutsu at the same time, Orochimaru was also able to learn some that were exclusive to him. Orochimaru learned almost every Jutsu from Konoha just like his teacher Hiruzen Serutobi. His ability to fight was so impressive that he could even kill the Fourth Kazekage. Hiruzen Satobi, his opponent in Konoha Crush, also clashed evenly with him. Orochimaru didn’t have the strength to win due to his body. Sage Jutsu was impossible for him because of his sickening physical condition.
Orochimaru was able to learn the Senjutsu methods after he had discovered Ryuchi Cavern. He never did get to experience this. Instead, the Cursed Seals were created by him. In his prime, he was a formidable fighter who could easily take on Jiraiya, Kage-level Shinobi, and many others. Unfortunately, his body prevented him from reaching his full potential as both a fighter and a fighter.
Orochimaru’s Death as A Villain
Orochimaru, in the early Naruto, was undoubtedly one of Kishimoto’s most powerful villains. Perhaps his most compelling aspect was the threatening aura he exuded. Orochimaru in Naruto was, until the end of the time skip at the time, one of the most notorious villains of the entire story. Orochimaru lost its relevance as the story began to concentrate more on the Uchiha and the tales about Indra and Ashura. Orochimaru died in the first half of the story. This was not surprising considering the story’s anticlimactic tone. Kabuto absorbed his remains and became one of the perpetrators during the Fourth Great Ninja War.
Sasuke killed Orochimaru and made his return to war. It was evident, even though Orochimaru had returned, that Sasuke (and many other Shinobi) had already overtaken him. He no longer seemed menacing and was never given a proper arch to display his true abilities following Konoha Crush. Orochimaru’s misdeeds were not forgotten. He was considered a “gag character” in the war. Despite his mistakes, he was able to establish relationships with the Leaf Village. Orochimaru became “good at heart”, much like many other villains. His potential as a fantastic villain was destroyed.