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Why Sasuke say thank you to Sakura?
because deep inside him, he appreciates what sakura said to her that night. it’s just that he has goals and needed to leave sakura and everyone in konoha to become stronger.
Why did Sasuke hold Sakura?
Sakura was reminding him of his bonds and feelings of love and companionship once again. And this is also why I believe he placed her under such a shocking genjutsu- he wanted her to hate him. Sasuke needed her to stop loving him so he could become the “object of all hatred” like he desired.
Did Sasuke abandon Sakura?
18 Sasuke Made Decisions for Sakura Without Asking Her Also, he leaves her alone with their daughter, Sarada, but expects her to be happy with being a sole caretaker. He refuses to let her come anywhere with him for a very long time.
What did Sasuke do after he defeated Kaguya?
After defeating Kaguya, Sasuke decided once again to go forward with his own goals. Sasuke planned to destroy the systems of the past to make for a better future. In order to this, Sasuke took everyone by surprise and used the power of the Rinnegan and Mangekyo Sharingan to control the Tailed Beasts.
Why is Sakura never in the Naruto series?
It seems that Kishimoto always treated Sakura like an afterthought and prioritized the stories of Naruto and Sasuke over anything else, leading to Sakura, unfortunately, being fairly irrelevant in the series.
Does Sakura have any self-respect?
Meanwhile, the manner in which Sasuke treats Sakura is nothing short of deplorable, making the following turn of events even more unbelievable. It’s almost like Kishimoto wants us to believe that Sakura has no self-respect whatsoever.
Why did Sasuke leave Sarada without her knowing?
Besides, I believe part of the reason Sasuke left was because he believed that his absence would protect Sarada. If Sarada didn’t know her father, then she wouldn’t worry about him – or so Sasuke thought. Sakura even mentions something about if Sasuke were around, she was afraid that Sarada would get pulled into his conflicts.