Kaguya Otsusuki is the last enemy of the anime and manga series Naruto, but its appearance seems unattractive. This is the reason why Kaguya Otsusuki is the last bad enemy.
The final enemy in a story, certainly affects the whole story, such as how the main character defeated him, nor how the long series finally came to an end, and this point applies to the anime and manga series Naruto . ]
In this anime and manga series, Naruto and his friends face their last enemy, Kaguya Otsusuki. For some fans, Kaguya Otsusuki is the worst bad enemy than Uchiha Madara, why? Here are some reasons.
Its appearance is Too Sudden
Unlike Madara, Kaguya's appearance is too sudden. The character and history of Madara has been established even since Naruto was a child. Madara is portrayed as an evil character of the Uchiha who always has a row with Hashirama, the first Hokage.
Told also that Madara always brings a bad impact on the Uchiha clan, Konoha village, and also the Ninja world even though he is dead. Armed with this, Madara is perfect if made the final enemy, what about Kaguya?
Kaguya just appeared really at the end of the story. From the beginning of the story Naruto begins, the Otsusuki family is told only Hagoromo as the "God" of the Ninja. Even Hagoromo himself is not told to have a twin brother (Hamura) certainly does not also have a mother (Kaguya).
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In the manga alone, Kaguya's past story is not described in detail, only told as the mother of Chakra, and sealed by her two children, Hagoromo and Hamura. Clearly Kaguya is made as if only to extend the story alone.
Had the anime made no episode filler about Kaguya's past and how she got the nickname "Mother of Chakra", then we all would not know how the original story of this last enemy.
After knowing his story too, Kaguya Otsusuki as the last enemy still feels too fast to appear and as forced.
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