Sasuke Uchiha Bio, Voice Actor, Quotes, Power and Abilities

Who is Sasuke Uchiha?

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Sasuke Uchiha is one of Konohagakure’s last surviving Uchiha clan members. After his older brother, Itachi, slaughtered their clan, Sasuke made it his life’s mission to assassinate Itachi.

When Sasuke Uchiha becomes a ninja, he joins Team 7 and begins honing his skills through competition with his rival and best friend, Naruto Uzumaki. He deviates from Konoha, dissatisfied with his progress, in order to gain the strength he needs to exact his revenge.

Years of seeking vengeance and subsequent actions become increasingly demanding, irrational, and isolating, leading to him being labeled as an international criminal.

After learning the truth about his brother’s sacrifice and being happily redeemed by Naruto, Sasuke returns to Konoha and dedicates his life to helping protect the village and its inhabitants, earning the moniker “Supporting Kage.”

Voice Actor of Sasuke Uchiha

The Japanese voice actor, Noriaki Sugiyama contributed his voice to Sasuke Uchiha in Naruto: Shippuden whereasYuri Lowenthal has voiced for the English version of this character.

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Sasuke Uchiha’s Voice Actors ( Source: Pinterest)

Personality

Sasuke Uchiha was a happy kid who wanted to please his parents and live up to his clan’s name.

One of Sasuke’s most important relationships is with his older brother, Itachi, who can elicit strong reactions from Sasuke’s otherwise calm demeanor just by mentioning him. When Sasuke was a child, he adored Itachi and preferred his company above all others’; as an infant, he would cry whenever he wasn’t held by his big brother, but would immediately be happy once he was. Sasuke was crushed not only by the loss of his family, but also by what Itachi told him: that he had never loved Sasuke.

Sasuke dedicates years of his life to killing Itachi in order to avenge their family, which Itachi encourages whenever they meet. At the same time, he became determined to do so on his own terms, including rejecting Itachi’s instructions to obtain the Mangekyo Sharingan for power in order to deny Itachi satisfaction. He became cold toward others as a result of his new outlook, unmoved by and uninterested in what they did or thought of him, preferring instead to keep to himself.

He stopped using honorifics, which are considered impolite in Japanese. His sole purpose in life became to exact vengeance for his clan’s deaths in any way he could, even if it meant assuming power he didn’t have.

When he meets new people in his quest for the power to exact his revenge, he assesses their abilities: those he perceives to be weaker than himself he dismisses arrogantly, paying them little attention so that they won’t hold him back; those he perceives to be stronger he fixates on and tries to surpass.

As a member of Team 7, he is constantly exposed to Kakashi Hatake’s philosophy of teamwork as a source of strength. Sasuke accepts it for a while, having witnessed it firsthand on several of Team 7’s missions. He even grew attached to his teammates and began to forget about the vengeance he sought, achieving a measure of happiness after so many years.

Between Orochimaru’s manipulations and meeting Itachi again in Part I, where he was and is utterly defeated, Sasuke decides to cut all ties with his village in a single-minded pursuit of power, leaving Konoha to concentrate solely on himself.

Kakashi attempted to help Sasuke understand the contradiction in his viewpoint: he is driven to gain power because he lost his family, but he sacrifices the family he still has (Team 7) in order to gain that power, which had a profound impact on Sasuke and would have turned him away from the path of darkness if the Sound Four hadn’t influenced him.

He was so intent on vengeance that he readily accepted Orochimaru’s offer of power, seeking out the Sannin to train Sasuke in everything he knew, even allowing Orochimaru to experiment on him despite knowing he was being used. However, Sasuke eventually decides that allowing himself to be used by Orochimaru would be a disgrace to his clan, so he turns on Orochimaru and recruits new teammates with abilities that will help him achieve his objectives.

Sasuke Uchiha kept his morals at first by enforcing a strict no-kill policy for himself and his team against those unrelated to his vengeance and openly criticizing Orochimaru for his heinous experiments. Furthermore, despite becoming cold towards his old team, Sasuke grew attached to his new teammates, subconsciously retaining a sense of teamwork, comparing them to the bond he had with Team 7 and going to extremes to save them.

Itachi’s murder of the Uchiha was done on the orders of Konoha, in order to protect Sasuke, after he died in battle with Sasuke and learned that the hateful older brother that Itachi seemed to be was all an act and that, in truth, Sasuke was the most precious person to Itachi. This discovery overwhelms Sasuke, who begins plotting against Konoha and its citizens in order to ruin his and Itachi’s lives, despite the fact that he knows it isn’t what Itachi would want him to do.

Sasuke’s descent into darkness eroded much of the goodness he once had as time passed and his hatred grew: he would challenge and even slaughter anyone who stood in his way, he would leave Jugo and Suigetsu without caring about their fates, he essentially sacrificed Karin to strike down Danz Shimura, and he even tried to kill Team 7 when they impeded or attempted to dissuade him.

He also joins forces with Tobi and Akatsuki when their goals are aligned, but ignores them when he no longer requires their assistance. Sasuke’s betrayal of all previous allegiances and criminal acts persuade his former classmates that he is beyond redemption. T

obi determined that Sasuke was carrying the entire Uchiha hatred on his shoulders, which caused Sasuke to develop an unwavering and twisted pride in his clan, labeling anyone who possessed his clan’s abilities without being one of them, or even someone who simply isn’t a Uchiha, as trash and impostors, and becoming increasingly enraged and unstable when witnessing it.

Sasuke eventually came to believe that destroying Konoha would free the Uchiha from their ties to the rotten shinobi world, and that the resulting purity would restore the clan.

Between learning of Itachi’s struggles in life and knowing that Itachi willingly chose to become the villain for the sake of peace, Sasuke is unsure of what path to take after his final encounter with reincarnated Itachi.

After much thought, Sasuke came to a bizarre conclusion about how to help the world avoid further conflict: if a single person, whom Sasuke refers to as the “True Hokage,” is solely responsible for making difficult decisions, killing, and the like for the greater good, then everyone will be united in their hatred of that person.

He agrees to take on that responsibility and plans to end what few friendships he still has to ensure there will be no turning back. However, Naruto’s refusal to give up on saving Sasuke from the darkness demonstrates that their friendship is too important to Sasuke’s identity to be broken.

Sasuke accepts this and decides to die rather than fight the many bonds he’s formed, allowing the Curse of Hatred to die with him. However, after more persuasion from Naruto, Sasuke decided to live in order to find redemption. After that, Naruto returned Sasuke’s forehead protector, which he wears as a symbol of their friendship on his long journeys. Even though he no longer wears it, he keeps it with him on a regular basis, valuing it highly and entrusting it to only the people he truly trusts.

Sasuke Uchiha began to adopt some of Itachi’s views after the Fourth Shinobi World War: he decides to fight for Konoha’s future so that Itachi’s actions aren’t rendered meaningless, and he bases his understanding of the “Hokage” on the decisions Itachi made. He also begins poking others on the foreheads as a sign of affection, as Itachi used to do with him. Sasuke became more committed to making connections with people, despite the fact that he was still not very open with his emotions.

Sakura Haruno, a former teammate, was among them. While their relationship began as Sakura’s mindless infatuation with his good looks and his indifference, if not outright irritation, over time the two came to better understand each other, and true respect developed between them.

After Naruto defeated Sasuke, he let go of his hatred and sincerely apologized to Sakura for the pain he caused her. As a result, she forgave him with tears in her eyes, allowing them to reconcile. They go on to have a long-distance relationship while he goes on a redemption journey. Sarada, their daughter, is born after they marry. For the sake of his responsibilities, Sasuke continues to be emotionally distant from his family, even though he feels a strong bond with them when they are apart.

Sasuke, as a father, adores his daughter and will go to great lengths to protect her. While Sasuke enjoys teasing Sakura by refusing to show her affection, he is happy in his marriage. At the same time, he regrets not being a more attentive father to his daughter, missing out on much of her childhood and, as a result, not knowing much about her, displaying an uneasy side when attempting to be close to Sarada.

Sasuke was a recluse during his wanderings, keeping contact with people to a minimum and maintaining his strong sense of pride; he is willing to help the villages if their problems are beyond their expertise but ignores their requests if they are dealing with minor issues.

As a result of his inspiration of Itachi protecting the Land of Fire from the shadows, he occasionally acts on his own and aids the five nations, but he doesn’t bother to interact with anyone if it isn’t necessary. At the same time, he is willing to acknowledge significant events, as evidenced by the fact that he sent Naruto a note congratulating him on his wedding. Sasuke reverts to the type of person he was prior to the massacre, acknowledging his mistakes and free of hatred and vengeance.

He is kind to others and displays a sense of humour while maintaining his aloof exterior. Despite being hailed as a hero for his contribution to the war, Sasuke believes that his crimes and flaws outweigh anything heroic he has ever done. When Sasuke told Boruto about his past actions, he referred to the person he used to be as an entirely different person, albeit without explicitly stating that he was referring to himself.

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Sasuke Uchiha and Itachi Uchiha ( Source: Pinterest)

Sasuke grows up to be wiser and more mature, as well as genuinely warmer and caring, despite his deadpan demeanor. He still has the habit of insulting others, though it’s usually more comical than cold, and it’s mostly directed at Naruto. He’s also shown some humility by openly admitting his flaws, especially as a family man.

Although he fulfills Itachi’s wish to protect Konoha, working in the shadows and investigating the mysteries of Kaguya prevents him from spending time with his family, to the point where he misidentifies his daughter, Sarada. Regardless, he guards Sarada and is enthusiastic about her ambition to become Hokage and avoid becoming like him. Even more, Sasuke adores his family, and when he is able to return home, he tries to spend time with them and expresses pride in his daughter’s growth and achievements.

Sasuke is dedicated to Boruto’s well-being and progress as his apprentice’s teacher. Despite seeing Boruto use a cheating device to pass the preliminary test he gave the boy, Sasuke agreed to accept him as a student because it reminded him of his own willingness to go to any length to gain power.

He later chastised Boruto for using the device during the Chnin Exams, but he recognized his true power and lent him his forehead protector as a sign of faith and trust. Sasuke, who takes his role as a mentor seriously, is willing to let Boruto participate in dangerous battles against the tsutsuki if he believes the boy is living up to his potential, which could turn the tide of the battles, even if Naruto disagrees. As a result, Sasuke stated that if Momoshiki takes over Boruto via the Kma, he will kill him as per his duty as Boruto’s teacher.

At the same time, Sasuke retains some of the ruthlessness he displayed during his criminal days; Sasuke was initially hellbent on eliminating Shin Uchiha’s clones despite their visible fear and hesitation towards the end of their battle, and was only persuaded to spare them by Naruto, and when the notorious criminal Shojoji remained arrogant and fearless when interrogated by Sai Yamanaka and Ibik.

Nonetheless, Sasuke is well-balanced and adaptable. Sasuke kept a low profile by pretending to be weak when he went to the Land of Redaku as a disguised prisoner in order to locate the Polar particles needed to heal Naruto of his illness that would eventually strip him of his ability to use chakra. He even let the abusive prison guards beat him because finding the cure Naruto needed was his top priority.

Background

Mikoto and Fugaku Uchiha named their second and youngest son Sasuke after Sasuke Sarutobi in the hopes that he would one day be as powerful as the shinobi. Sasuke grew up in the shadow of his older brother, Itachi, a natural prodigy to whom many in the Uchiha clan and village constantly compared Sasuke and any of his achievements. Sasuke adored Itachi and would never miss an opportunity to spend time with him.

Although Itachi welcomed Sasuke’s company, allowing him to watch him train and accompanying him on adventures into the woods, Itachi rarely assisted Sasuke in becoming a better shinobi; instead, when asked, he would poke Sasuke’s forehead and promise to do so later. This irritated Sasuke, but he didn’t let it taint his feelings for his brother.

When he first arrived at the Konoha Ninja Academy, Sasuke quickly established himself as the class leader, consistently receiving high grades. However, he was never able to achieve the same goals that Itachi had, and as a result, their father paid little attention to Sasuke. Having become aware of their father’s neglect, Itachi attempted to fill in for him by giving Sasuke the attention he craved, even blackmailing Fugaku to spend time with him.

Itachi grew distant and cold towards his family over time, culminating in a feud with much of the Uchiha clan over their suspicions that he had murdered his best friend, Shisui Uchiha. Sasuke didn’t understand why this was happening, but he didn’t mind the side effect: his father became more interested in his progress. Sasuke learned the Great Fireball Technique from Fugaku, which he mastered in a week. Fugaku expressed his admiration for Sasuke’s achievement while also cautioning him against following in Itachi’s footsteps.

Sasuke returned home one night after a long day of training to find the streets littered with the bodies of the Uchiha. He rushed home to inform his family of the Uchiha Clan Massacre, only to discover Itachi standing over their parents’ bodies.

Itachi responded by using Tsukuyomi on Sasuke to torment him with visions of him murdering their family, and Sasuke tried to seek help and comfort from him. Sasuke was horrified by Itachi’s actions and begged for an explanation, to which Itachi replied that he was testing his own power.

Sasuke attempted to flee, fearful that he would be next. Itachi cornered him and told him that Sasuke, as he was at the time, wasn’t worth killing. He could only prove a worthwhile challenge to Itachi’s abilities by becoming stronger, such as by acquiring his own Mangeky Sharingan.

Before leaving, Itachi instilled in Sasuke a hatred for him, a desire for vengeance, and a desire for power. Sasuke quickly followed up, pursuing Itachi and attacking him with his newly-awakened Sharingan. The attack failed, and Sasuke passed out, but not before catching a glimpse of Itachi crying; for many years, Sasuke would forget what had happened.

Sasuke, one of the last Uchiha warriors, was alone. He wandered his family’s compound for the first few days after the massacre, reflecting on the people who were now gone, killed by Itachi. Sasuke decided to follow Itachi’s instructions and dedicate his life to vengeance, with no other motive than to kill Itachi. He threw himself into his studies at the Academy, making no attempt to make friends and dismissing all attempts by the girls to win his affection.

Naruto, one of Sasuke’s classmates, despised his cool demeanor and the attention he received, and developed a one-sided rivalry in his quest to prove he was just as good as, if not better than, Sasuke. Sasuke, for one, thought little of Naruto and was frequently irritated by his outbursts, but would occasionally secretly smile at how hard Naruto worked as a result of him. Surprisingly, despite all the attention, Naruto was the only one of his peers who understood Sasuke because of his painful experiences.

Appearance

Sasuke has a strong resemblance to Izuna Uchiha, according to Hashirama Senju: he has black eyes and spiky black hair with a blue tint. Sasuke’s hair is long and has hung over his face as bangs since he was a child, which he allows to grow longer and cover more of his face as he gets older. Sasuke grew his hair to cover the left side of his face, particularly the eye, after acquiring his Rinnegan. The majority of girls his age think he’s attractive.

Sasuke’s uniform has changed several times throughout his life, but the Uchiha clan’s crest is always visible on his clothing, such as on the back of his shirt collar. He wears a navy blue short-sleeved shirt with a high collar, white shorts, and, for a time, white arm warmers for the majority of Part I.

He wears a black one-piece version of his usual attire during the Chunin Exams finals, with many small belts adorning his left arm and similar bands around both legs. With both of these outfits, he wears a blue-clothed forehead protector, but after being hospitalized by Itachi, he begins to wear it less and less, eventually abandoning it entirely at the end of Part I.

As is customary for Orochimaru and his followers, Sasuke wears dark blue pants with a blue cloth that covers him from his stomach to his knees and is secured with a purple rope belt in Part II. He wears a white long-sleeved shirt that is open at the torso and black arm guards that cover his forearms to start.

He replaces this top with a sleeveless dark grey shirt and the arm guards with bandages on his wrists prior to and during his battle with Itachi. He wears a white (grey in the anime) zippered, high-collared, short-sleeved shirt with blue wrist warmers after Itachi’s death. During his pursuit of Itachi alongside Hebi, he wears a hooded cloak over his clothing at various times, usually an unadorned black one, and for a brief time, he wore the trademark Akatsuki cloak, but with a hood instead of the regular high collar.

At the end of the Fourth Shinobi World War, Sasuke loses his left arm, but unlike Naruto, he refuses to have it replaced with a prosthetic arm made of Hashirama Senju’s cells, which had been prepared for him at the time. He wears a black high-collared shirt, a flak jacket that exposes his midriff, and light blue pants in The Last: Naruto the Movie. Because he wears a tattered light brown poncho over it, most of this is hidden.

During this appearance, he wears bandages around his ankles and a blue sash around his head. He wears a black cloak over a black shirt and pants with a white belt and white bandages wrapped up to his knees on both legs in Sasuke Shinden: Book of Sunrise.

Sasuke wears a periwinkle vest over a black cloak with purple lining and a grey long-sleeved, collared shirt in his later adulthood. On his remaining hand, he wears black pants, a purple belt, and a dark grey fingerless glove. He puts on his forehead protector once more and hangs it from his left hip. By adulthood, Sasuke has grown significantly in height, surpassing Naruto, who is one of the tallest in his graduating class.

The color scheme of Sasuke’s outfit is revised at the start of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, with his black cloak receiving a storm flap, a maroon cinch on the collar, and a maroon lining. He wears a pair of brown leather belts with a black sheath for his sword, a brown shuriken holster, and brown shinobi boots, as well as a long-sleeved shirt with light grey cuffs. Sasuke hides his identity in the past by wearing a long trench coat over his outfit and a fedora hat, and when not wearing his fedora, he wears an eyepatch over his left eye to hide his Rinnegan.

Abilities

Sasuke, like his older brother Itachi, is regarded as a natural prodigy of the Uchiha clan, having graduated from the Academy at the top of his class. In the bell test, he makes a strong impression on Kakashi Hatake, and he can fight on par with strong shinobi like Haku and Gaara in Part I.

Sasuke becomes strong enough to fight and even pressure Akatsuki member Itachi, as well as the Fourth Raikage, after spending two and a half years under Orochimaru’s tutelage. Kurama compares him to the Sage of Six Paths with the Six Paths Chakra, which he demonstrated when he assisted the Ten-Tails’ jinchriki in overpowering Madara.

If Madara had been born years earlier, he would have chosen Sasuke over Obito as an apprentice. Despite losing his left arm as an adult, his performance has not been hampered, and he can fight on par with Kinshiki tsutsuki. Finally, he is regarded as a legendary shinobi who, along with Naruto, is regarded as the world’s strongest shinobi, with the pair’s combined strength thought to be capable of destroying the world.

Chakra and Physical Prowess

Because he is the reincarnation of Indra Otsutsuki, Sasuke’s chakra is quite powerful. Others comment on how much stronger, darker, and more sinister Sasuke’s chakra becomes as his Curse of Hatred deepens. His reserves are also quite large, allowing him to use Chidori twice a day without assistance during Part I. Sasuke can use Chidori and related techniques multiple times in a single day by the end of Part II, and summon creatures as large as Manda. His chakra control isn’t as refined as Sakura Haruno’s, but it’s still impressive.

He could perform effective hand seals between his own and an enemy’s hand in the anime. After losing one of his arms as an adult, he learned to use one-handed hand seals. His chakra was so powerful that Urashiki Otsutsuki openly remarked on how powerful the chakra he stole from Sasuke was, calling it magnificent. He sensed Naruto’s build-up of chakra and natural energy from Kurama during his final battle against Naruto, despite not being a sensor himself. In addition, because he shares half of Hagoromo’s power with Naruto, he can sense Naruto’s chakra from another dimension.

Sasuke is a master of taijutsu, capable of holding his own against multiple opponents in hand-to-hand combat. His speed, and by extension his reaction time, is his most consistent physical display: During their battle, Haku remarks on how impressive Sasuke is in both areas. After reawakening his Sharingan, Sasuke focuses on improving his speed and reflexes in order to react to the Sharingan’s heightened visual information, which he achieves by imitating Rock Lee’s movements.

His speed is shown to match, if not exceed, the speed of other fast techniques such as the Shield of Sand and Lightning Release Chakra Mode, and is sufficient to physically incapacitate opponents before they even realize he’s approached them. His opponents will struggle to find enough time to perform even a single hand seal due to his increased speed and taijutsu prowess.

Sakura notices an unnaturally high improvement in Sasuke’s abilities after re-encountering him for the first time in Part II, and hypothesizes that Orochimaru gave him drugs. Orochimaru is known to have experimented on Sasuke, making him poison-resistant, but it’s unclear what other changes he may have received.

Sasuke is still vulnerable to gaseous poisons, as his shadow clone was poisoned by Garashi Tno’s poisonous gas. After absorbing Orochimaru, he gains some of Orochimaru’s abilities, such as increased chakra reserves, a faster healing rate, and the ability to shed his body, all of which he loses when Orochimaru is removed. He is later given half of Hagoromo’s power, which he appears to be able to maintain.

Cursed Seal

After their first encounter in Part I, Orochimaru bestows the Cursed Seal of Heaven on Sasuke. When the cursed seal is activated, it drains Sasuke’s chakra and replaces it with a larger amount of Orochimaru’s, boosting his strength and speed.

Sasuke’s early uses of the cursed seal are often involuntary, painful while active, and leave him temporarily unable to move. Once he is able to enter the cursed seal’s second state, a transformation that turns his skin grey, lengthens his hair, and gives him wings, these flaws are either minimized or eliminated. The boosts to his physical parameters are similar to those of a Jinchuriki’s version 1 forms, which he can isolate to parts of his body by Part II.

During Part II, Itachi removes the cursed seal from Sasuke’s body, preventing him from using it again. He is, however, compatible with Jugo, the cursed seal’s source, allowing Jugo to provide him with flesh or chakra if necessary.

Ninjutsu

During his time with Orochimaru, Sasuke learns how to summon snakes. He usually summons them to serve as shields, quick ground transportation, or to bind targets. Sasuke can summon a second animal species, hawks, which are unseen outside of the Animal Path.

His use of hawks is more limited than that of snakes, as he only uses them for flight and the extra maneuverability it provides. By the time he reaches adulthood, Sasuke has mastered the Shadow Clone Technique and can easily create eight clones at once.

Bukijutsu

Sasuke is trained in a variety of ninja techniques as an Uchiha. He once used (ineptly) a bow and arrow to hunt a boar with Itachi when he was a child, a practice that would later come in handy for his Susanoo. Sasuke’s specialty is shurikenjutsu, which allows him to throw shuriken and kunai with pinpoint accuracy; for more complicated or moving targets, Sasuke can guide shuriken to their target by using wire strings or deflecting them off each other.

Though his throwing speed is faster than most, it falls short of Itachi’s, prompting Sasuke to devise the Lightning Flash Blade Creation: by encasing shuriken and kunai in his arm bracelets, he can keep a large supply on hand at all times, allowing him to barrage targets in an instant.

After training with Orochimaru, Sasuke begins to use a sword, which he can wield with equal skill in either hand. Throughout Part II, he employs his “Sword of Kusanagi” on a regular basis, frequently dispatching multiple opponents in a short period of time. He also uses it to defend himself, blocking incoming attacks and repelling skilled swordsmen By adulthood, Sasuke has honed his skills to the point where he can switch between wielding his sword backhanded and normally in the middle of a fight.

Nature Transformation

All five basic nature transformations, as well as Yin Release, are available to Sasuke, two of which he could use at the age of 13. He has a natural affinity for Fire Release as an Uchiha, having mastered the clan’s Great Fireball Technique years before becoming a genin, a feat that surprised Kakashi. Sasuke can also coat his shuriken in fire, use wire strings to guide his flames, or create a series of dragon-shaped fireballs.

His Fire Release prowess has been demonstrated to be powerful enough to disperse most Water Release techniques with ease. Sasuke can combine Water and Wind Release to create a makeshift ice, similar to a fusion technique, by the time he reaches adulthood.

Sasuke is a formidable user of Lightning Release, having learned it from Kakashi and using it for the first time with the Chidori. The standard Chidori is a very close-range attack that is effective at piercing most targets. As a result, in Part II, Sasuke employs Chidori principles to create several long-range jutsu, such as throwable needles, extendable swords, and scattershot streams.

To increase the cutting power of his Sword of Kusanagi, he frequently channels his lightning chakra into it. His lightning chakra darkens in color when he uses his cursed seal or the Six Paths Chakra, though it’s unclear if this has any effect on its actual properties. By adulthood, Sasuke has mastered the use of his Lightning Release to increase his speed in battle to the point where it matches Kinshiki’s.

Dojutsu

Sharingan

Sasuke first activated his Sharingan on the night of the Uchiha Clan’s demise, but he isn’t able to do so again until the beginning of Part I, several years later. Orochimaru noted that, despite not being fully developed at the time, Sasuke’s Sharingan was even stronger and clearer than Itachi’s. Later, he earned the moniker “Sasuke of the Sharingan” for his prowess and skill with fully matured djutsu. Sasuke can see the flow of chakra with the Sharingan, accurately reproduce any movement he sees (depending on his physical ability), track fast-moving objects, and, by the end of Part I, predict opponents’ movement to a degree.

He can also use Genjutsu: Sharingan for a variety of purposes, including distraction, interrogation, knocking out targets, and gaining control of them. [Fifty] He can use his Sharingan to relay information to others or enter their subconscious, which allows him to suppress their tailed beasts in the case of jinchriki.  His Sharingan has also been shown to be capable of wiping people’s memories over a period of time.

Mangekyo Sharingan 

After Itachi’s death, Sasuke awakens his Mangekyo Sharingan after coming to terms with the fact that Itachi was the single most important relationship he had. It has the appearance of three intersecting ellipses due to its design. Before receiving his Mangekyo, Sasuke is warned that using it deteriorates the user’s eyesight, which is why Tobi repeatedly advises Sasuke to take Itachi’s eyes to gain “eternal” Mangekyo. Sasuke waits until he’s nearly blind, just before the Fourth Shinobi World War, to do so; the transplanted eyes look like a mix of Sasuke’s and Itachi’s Mangekyo. His Eternal Mangekyo is a “straight tomoe” type, allowing him to move fluidly while fighting.

The Eternal Mangekyo Sharingan appeared to have improved Sasuke’s mastery of its techniques. When he overused his power in the past, he would quickly exhaust himself both physically and chakra-wise. He was able to use it repeatedly against Kabuto, Obito, Madara, and Kaguya after acquiring it, with no signs of exhaustion.

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Sasuke Uchiha’s Mangekyo Sharingan ( Source: Pinterest)

Sasuke can use Amaterasu with either Mangekyo, igniting whatever he looks at with black flames that can burn anything. He can use Kagutsuchi with his right Mangeky to shape the flames into a variety of shapes for offensive or defensive purposes. Because of his ability to control his Amaterasu, he is more skilled than Itachi with his own. Sasuke can use Susanoo, a spectral warrior who protects him and acts on his behalf, now that he has awakened the Mangekyo in both of his eyes.

He needs to use Susanoo several times before he can fully form her. Its evolutions are frequently marked by intense hatred. Susanoo’s skeletal features, such as ribs for defense and arms to interact with his surroundings, are initially limited to what Sasuke can create. He gradually adds musculature and skin to the bones, as well as armor, to strengthen their defenses. With Rinnegan’s supreme ocular power, he can create the much larger Complete Body — Susanoo, which is comparable in power to Tailed Beast Mode.

Sasuke, like all Susanoo, has a variety of swords at his disposal, which he can use to easily destroy nearby structures or larger targets. His Susanoo, on the other hand, uses a bow that can fire arrows at high speeds and double as a shield when needed. Though most of these arrows are made of the same chakra as Susanoo,

Sasuke can also create arrows from Amaterasu’s flames or lightning by channeling the tailed beasts’ chakra; the latter is known as Indra’s Arrow and is his most powerful attack. [No. 56] Susanoo can also be formed around the Nine-Tails to give it its own sword and armor, as well as serve as a conduit for his various techniques such as Chidori.

Rinnegan

Sasuke awakened a Rinnegan in his left eye, with three tomoe on each of its two innermost circles, after receiving half of Hagoromo Otsutsuki’s chakra.

However, if Sasuke’s chakra reserves are depleted to a certain point, the tomoe vanishes and the Rinnegan reverts to its original form.

Sasuke’s Rinnegan, unlike his lower dojutsu, is always active, seemingly unable to return to its original state. It has no effect on his stamina or chakra levels, despite this. Similarly, Sasuke’s Rinnegan can still use his left Mangeky Sharingan’s techniques and abilities.

The dojutsu grants Sasuke pattern recognition, allowing him to decipher writing by analyzing patterns within codes and comparing them to similar patterns.

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Sasuke Uchiha’s Rinnega ( Source: Pinterest)

He can also use the Six Paths Techniques with it. Like the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path, he can use it to see invisible targets, repel the effects of the Infinite Tsukuyomi, and turn his Susanoo into a vessel for the tailed beasts’ chakra.

Space–Time Ninjutsu is his signature (if not unique) ability with the Rinnegan. With it, he can perceive time distortions and see events as normal, though it’s unclear whether he can negate the effects on himself. [63] [63] Amenotejikara is his first and most frequently used technique, which allows him to instantly swap places with any two targets within a certain range.

His Space–Time Ninjutsu advanced to the point where he could travel through dimensions, even with others, as an adult; these inter-dimensional portals appear as dark oval-shaped spirals.

Boruto stabbed Sasuke’s Rinnegan while being controlled by Momoshiki Otsutsuki, and Sasuke eventually lost it.

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Quotes

  • (To Tobi) “If you want to ridicule me as a brat swayed by his emotions, go ahead. To accept and adopt Itachi’s intention would be childish. The foolish sputtering of those who don’t know hatred. If anyone who criticises my way of life were to come forward, I’d turn around and kill every single one of their loved ones, so that they too can grasp what it’s like… to experience this hatred of mine.”
  • (To Sakura about Team 7) “I know the four of us have worked together. And for a while, I thought I could choose that path instead… but in the end… I’ve decided on revenge. That’s always been my purpose of living.”
  • (To Itachi) “That’s okay… Just as long as we can be together sometimes.”
  • (To Team 7) “My name is Sasuke Uchiha. I hate a lot of things, and I don’t particularly like anything. What I have is not a dream, because I will make it a reality. I’m going to restore my clan, and kill a certain someone.’
  • (To Naruto) “Just shut up for once! What the hell do you know about it?! It’s not like you ever had a family in the first place! You were on your own right from the beginning, what makes you think you know anything about it?! Huh?! I’m suffering now because I had those ties, how on earth could you possibly understand, what it feels like to lose all that!”

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