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Naruto Shippuden Episode 284



Naruto filler episodes are not part of the original storyline which featured in the manga series. The main purpose of fillers is to maintain a healthy gap between the anime and manga, this allows the manga artist more time to create storylines before they are adapted into the anime series.




Naruto Shippuden Episode 284



The episodes from the thirteenth season of the anime series Naruto: Shippuden are based on Part II of the setting of Naruto manga series by Masashi Kishimoto. The episodes are directed by Hayato Date and produced by Pierrot and TV Tokyo.[1] The season focuses on the Fourth Great Ninja War between Naruto Uzumaki and the Hidden Villages' ninja against the forces under the masked ninja Tobi and Kabuto Yakushi. There is also a side story arc. The thirteenth season began airing on August 23, 2012 on TV Tokyo and ended on January 10, 2013.[2]


This season contains four musical themes: two openings and two endings. The first opening theme, "Totsugeki Rock" (突撃ロック, "Assault Rock") by The Cro-Magnons, is used from episode 276 to 281. The second opening theme "Moshimo" by Daisuke is used from episodes 282 to 295. The first ending theme, "Kono Koe Karashite feat. CHEHON" (この声枯らしてfeat. CHEHON, "Shout This Voice Dry feat. CHEHON") by AISHA, is used from episode 276 to 281. The second ending theme, "MOTHER" by MUCC is used from episodes 282 to 295. The sixth feature film, Road to Ninja: Naruto the Movie, was released on July 28, 2012. The broadcast versions of the episodes 276 to 277 include scenes from the film in the opening themes, while retaining the music "Totsugeki Rock".


Ok, that was a whole mess of fun and good times. Sorry to bear bad news, but it looks like the anime will be in filler until January. However, for now, it seems like the fillers may be interesting. Next episode promises to revolve around Pakura the awesome kunoichi that basically mummifies people; Maki, the Kunoichi Garaa chose to train a while back, and what appears to be a lot of grudges and feelings. Sounds promising!


Even though the majority of the filler episodes do not contribute to the plotline, there are some important filler arcs that give a clear image of the mess that happens now and then in the anime. In this article, we sorted out the best list possible out of the astounding 720 episodes to weed out the important and unimportant Fillers or Anime only episodes to maximize your Naruto experience!


Naruto Shippuden was an anime series that ran from 2007 to 2017. In total 500 episodes of Naruto Shippuden were aired. With a total of 205 reported filler episodes, Naruto Shippuden has a high filler percentage of 41%.


The Naruto anime tallied up to 720 episodes, including both the original and Shipudden series. It's a massive achievement for the studios, and the endeavor took 15 years to complete while remaining faithful to the manga. However, that many episodes and a tight schedule meant a huge number of filler arcs.


About 40 percent of the entire Naruto series consisted of filler arcs, some of which were pretty decent. They had significant character development and excellent writing, adding meaningful lore contributions. Others had a mediocre storyline and, in some cases, ninja ostriches. Anyone going into Naruto today, whether it's their very first time or as a return to an old favorite, will have to make some decisions about which episodes to watch and which to just skip past.


Updated on September 25th, 2022 by Olivia Subero: Naruto's extensive storyline has spanned hundreds of episodes, but new fans want to know which filler arcs are worth the hype. Seasoned Naruto fans are more than happy to recommend the best of the best.


In its seven episodes, the arc gives the viewers a new perspective on the elder Uchiha. He's more humanized, forced witness the horrors of war at a young age. The expectations around his ninja abilities rise exponentially as he begins questioning the world around him. Itachi True Story is a short but excellent filler arc that excels at highlighting one of the series' most ruthless criminals.


The six-episode arc follows Naruto and Team Guy on a mission to protect the aforementioned "star" in the Village Hidden Among the Stars. Considering what fans know about the Otsutsuki clan's origins, this arc would have been a good opportunity to foreshadow their inevitable arrival.


The Paradise Life on a Boat arc comprises several single-episode stories following Yamato, Might Guy, and Naruto as they journey to the Lightning Village to train with Killer Bee. It's easy to miss as the episodes are inconsequential and mostly just light-hearted romps with very low stakes.


Though the story sidetracks from the main plot, it's justified with stellar new characters and writing. Utakata, the Six-Tails' vessel, is a well-rounded character forced to embrace the harsh realities of his Jinchuriki existence. The arc is also perfectly condensed and answers viewers' potential questions, containing only eight episodes. For a filler arc, it's an unforgettable watch.


This arc is more of a collection of one- or two-episode fillers that don't add to the overall series. Part 1 of the Naruto manga ended with the Sasuke Retrieval Arc before moving into Part 2, Shippuuden, in 2007. Unfortunately, this meant that the latter half of the original anime was unnecessary.


These filler episodes are more akin to classic Saturday morning cartoons than a typical shonen anime. The stories are episodic, with poorly-written villains of the week, minimal stakes, and less-entertaining slapstick comedy. The remaining 17 episodes are a pointless diversion from the real story that picks back up in Shippuden


Funnily enough, the Locus of Konoha arc still has some reasonably funny moments and many kiss scenes sprinkled throughout the episodes. Sasuke and Naruto accidentally kiss again, and even Kakashi shares an over-the-mask kiss with his childhood friend. Another decent episode is hidden in this arc where a ninja chef recalls his first encounter with Naruto.


When episode 284 of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is released, fans can watch it on Crunchyroll. You may view earlier episodes of the anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations on the same platform. 041b061a72


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