Nazuna is a fictional character in the Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2 game based on the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the Naruto series, which was written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
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Nazuna is a character in the Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2 game of the Naruto franchise. She made her debut in the Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2 game itself. In the game, Nazuna is Hinoki’s granddaughter, the village head of the Valley of Great Evil.
Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2
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Presumably Alive (Game only character)
Valley of the Great Evil
Very little is known about Nazuna’s past as her heritage is still shrouded in mystery. As she only appears in the game, little is known about her lineage or background. She is just a part of the Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2 game and does not appear or receive any mentions in the Naruto series manga or anime, making her a non-canon character in the series.
Nazuna doesn’t have much of a role in the game. It is stated that she is from the Valley of Great Evil and the granddaughter of the village head. Naruto Uzumaki runs into Nazuna and has a conversation where she reveals her troubles and asks Naruto for his help. Naruto also compliments her and says that she is just almost as cute as Sakura Haruno.
Due to her lack of appearance in the series and any related information, almost nothing is known about Nazuna’s personality.
Nazuna has greyish-blonde hair that falls to her waist with bangs a few inches over her eyes. She has a fair skin tone, grey eyes, and big eyelashes. She is dressed in a black onmyoji-style kimono with a crimson lower body garment, a red cap, and red traditional Japanese wooden sandals. Her purse is always on her right hip.
Based on the information at hand, Nazuna does not possess any remarkable abilities.
"Nazuna" can be loosely translated to “shepherd's purse.”