Arashi Kuramitsu
Minato full


No Need for Destiny


Minato Namikaze

Konoha's Yellow Flash


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Ranma Kuramitsu (father)

Nabiki Kuramitsu (mother)

Kuramitsu Clan

Minaho Masaki (wife)

Naruto Uzumaki (Son)

Arashi is the son of Ranma and Nabiki. He went around 40 years ago.


Minaho met Arashi Kuramitsu about 40 years ago during a period of tough times between Seniwa and Jurai. Despite this the two fell in love and with Tsunami’s help the two created false lived on Edo using aging mushrooms to appear younger combined with disguise fields that essentially allowed them to be reborn.


Arashi was named Minato Namikaze upon his rebirth on Edo. He didn’t meet up with Minaho named Kushina Uzumaki until she moved to Konoha, and was placed in the same class as him at Konoha's Academy. Minato was immediately drawn to her bright red hair, finding it beautiful. Minato was a natural prodigy as a ninja, the likes of which appears only once in a generation. When he was added to a genin team under the leadership of Jiraiya, Jiraiya took a special interest in Minato and took him on as his apprentice, teaching him many of his own signature abilities. In time, Minato's exceptional skills led Jiraiya to believe he might be the Child of the Prophecy, someone who would someday save the world.


With his love, Kushina was able to keep the Nine-Tails sealed within her at bay and eventually they married. From observing a Tailed Beast Ball, Minato began a three year process of creating the Rasengan, the height of shape transformation. He would spend the rest of his life trying to combine it with his own nature. After proving himself an accomplished and responsible ninja, Minato was placed in charge of his own team, consisting of Rin Nohara, Obito Uchiha, and Kakashi Hatake. Minato gave his team a bell test upon its formation in order to teach them the value of teamwork. Although they passed the test, Kakashi would remain a staunch advocate of prioritizing the mission over the team, causing conflict with Obito. Minato did his best to keep the two on good terms.

When Konoha became involved in the Third Shinobi World War, Minato's obligations became split between training his students and helping with the war effort. During a mission into Kusagakure to destroy the Kannabi Bridge, Minato transferred leadership of the mission to Kakashi – who had recently become a jōnin – while he headed to the front lines. He met up with the surviving and out-numbered Konoha ninja and successfully single-handedly wiped out the opposing Iwagakure forces. His victory in this battle against a thousand ninja convinced the Third Tsuchikage to accept a peace treaty. When he rendezvoused with his team afterwards he found Kakashi and Rin surrounded by Iwa-nin, Obito having already been lost. He rescued them, helped them complete their original mission once they recovered, and returned to Konoha with them to mourn Obito. Minato's competing obligations would later repeat the tragedy of Obito's death: while he was away on another mission, Rin was kidnapped by Kirigakure and died during Kakashi's attempt to retrieve her.

Minato encountered A of Kumogakure a number of times during the war. During their first meeting, Minato and A compared their speed, with Minato proving the faster. He received orders to retreat before their competition could resolve, but he lingered to compliment A and his brother, B, a jinchūriki like Kushina; he encouraged A to take care of B and remember he was a person. A pursued Minato, so Minato moved against B, threatening to kill him if A didn't let him and his team go. Minato was confident he and A would someday meet as Kage.

For his performance during the War, Minato was chosen over Orochimaru to become Fourth Hokage. He taught the Flying Thunder God Technique to the Hokage Guard Platoon to better aid them in their duties of serving the Hokage at any given time. He also tried to help Kakashi, now an Anbu, During the gradual transfer of responsibilities from the Third Hokage to him, the Third advised Minato to restore Kakashi's value of life by tasking him with protecting Kushina during her pregnancy.

As a jinchūriki, the strain of childbirth would weaken the seal keeping the Nine-Tails sealed into Kushina. For that reason special precautions had to be taken: the child would secretly be delivered in a remote location outside of the village, with barriers around the area and several Anbu guards as extra protection. Minato was not greatly worried about the birth, and in fact gave Kakashi the day off in gratitude for his good work. He and Kushina had already decided on a name for their son, "Naruto", after the main character of Jiraiya's first book, hoping that their Naruto would be just as determined as the character (and thus its author). Jiraiya tried to convince them to make a different choice since that would make him Naruto's godfather, but they insisted that this was a good thing.

Naruto was born on the night of October 10. Only moments after the birth Minato began making preparations to restore the Nine-Tails' weakened seal, but he was interrupted by the arrival of a masked man, otherwise known as Tobi. Tobi killed the Anbu guards and midwives and took the newborn Naruto hostage, threatening to kill him if Minato didn't back away from Kushina. Minato immediately took Naruto back from him, yet discovered explosive tags had been planted on Naruto. Minato was forced to teleport away to keep Naruto from harm, allowing Tobi to escape with Kushina. He found a safe place for Naruto and teleported to Kushina in time to save her from being killed by the Nine-Tails, extracted from her body by Tobi. He reunited mother and son before heading out to protect the village.

 Minato returned to the village in the early stages of the Nine-Tails' attack on Konoha, arriving in time to teleport away a Tailed Beast Ball before it destroyed the Hokage Monument. He attempted to reach the Third Hokage so that he could inform him of what happened, but was interrupted by Tobi, who tried to warp him away. Minato reacted in time to escape, but Tobi pursued him. Because Tobi was controlling the Nine-Tails' actions, defeating him was of prime importance in order to save Konoha. Minato initially struggled to successfully strike him but, after several failed attacks, he finally hit him with a Rasengan and branded him with a Flying Thunder God seal, allowing him to teleport to Tobi whenever he wanted. He then used a Contract Seal on Tobi to release the Nine-Tails from his control, forcing him to flee.

No longer being controlled, the Nine-Tails began retreating from the village, though it continued to attack the Konoha ninja that pursued it. As it prepared another Tailed Beast Ball, Minato once again arrived in time to stop it, this time by dropping Gamabunta on top of it. By this point Minaho was transported back to her ship but due to their close proximity to the Nine-Tails neither he nor Naruto were able to be transported off world. So when he was able to finally able to gather the chakra needed to transport the restrained Nine-Tails only to find his wife gone Minato remembering Jiraiya's words about the "Child of the Prophecy", as well as word from Tsunami he decided that Naruto was that child and that he would someday save the world. To prepare Naruto for this, Minato would make Naruto the Nine-Tails' new jinchūriki so he could make use of its strength.

Without Kushina’s help due to the immense chakra of the Nine-Tails' Minato was forced to use the Dead Demon Consuming Seal to cut its chakra in half, sealing the Yin half in himself. With his last ounce of strength, Minato summoned Gerotora, gave him the key to the seal he would use on Naruto, and sent him to Jiraiya. He sealed the Nine-Tails' Yang half into Naruto, weaving his own chakra into the seal to stabilize it so Naruto wasn’t over powered, programming it to activate if ever the seal was about to break so that he could restore it as well as preventing the Shinigami from taking his soul.  Seeing the Third Hokage nearby, Minato communicated to him a final request for the villagers of Konoha: to think of Naruto as a hero and not the container of the monster that caused so much death and destruction.


Three years later Arashi’s ship appeared at the Seniwa homeworld though since his soul was sealed away inside his son not only was his ship’s AI separated from the subspace network with the Kuramitsu Main Ship: PI, but any data of its location from the ship upon arriving at Seniwa was erased as well. The leads to what had occurred to Arashi were non-existent. His ship’s memory was either sealed or erased—a fact no one in the Family had thought possible, let alone being able to keep any information from PI. As such, they had no idea where the ship or Arashi had been for almost thirty years, so had no idea where to start. And even with the resources of Seniwa, it was a big universe to check.

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