After reviewing different manga for ideas, he ultimately developed Sasuke Uchiha. When creating the primary heroine, Kishimoto admitted, "I don't have a definite image of what a heroine should be". He eventually created Sakura Haruno , emphasizing "her energy and flirtatious spirit" as her primary characteristics. These three characters would be the mold for the other three main Naruto teams. Kishimoto wished for each team member to be "extreme", having a high amount of aptitude in one given attribute, yet talentless in another. This approach was used to make each team perform best when individual members worked together to overcome their weaknesses.
Written by Shiggins Ninjagirls! Female characters! Naruto's female roster ranges from the wonderfully absurd to the absurdly wasted, and it can cause quite the internal commotion when trying to decide who is the best and who is the 10th best, especially when you're aware of a certain fandom war that raged for years during this series' runtime Anyway, here's my top 10, while I catch up on Eden's Zero! Tenten I hate the anime and it's egregious misuse of filler, but I can't deny it actually gave us a few moments that Kishimoto's manga could have benefited from, including the meeting of other Jinchuuriki, developing the romance between Naruto and Hinata, and of course, giving the forgotten member of the Konoha 11 some time to show she has a personality. It's thanks to the anime that Tenten makes it to the top ten ten. Rock Lee and his Ninja Pals is pure rubbish, but