Gaara (我 愛 羅) is a Sand Village ninja. He is the youngest of the Fourth Kazekage and Temari’s younger brother and Kankuro. He was transformed into the One-Tailed Shukaku’s subject before being born, causing the Sand Village people to fear him like monsters. Growing up in solitude and without being understood by anyone, Gaara stabbed the world with hatred and only knew himself, finding the reason for his existence when killing anyone who was in the way.
After losing to Uzumaki Naruto – also a subject like Gaara, but he had the strength of friendship – Gaara followed Naruto’s example. As time passed, Gaara became the Fifth Kazekage to protect the village and resolve the fear he had caused to the people.
Gaara was a reserved and gentle child. Although most of the Sand Village residents are afraid and despise him, Gaara is still fine when he receives the attention from Yashamaru and his mother. However, Rasa, his father, separated both of them from Gaara thinking that their kindness was restraining his development as a subject.
He ordered Yashamaru to kill Gaara and, if he failed, told Gaara that both he and his mother had never loved him. Rasa’s plan was successful, because Gaara locked his heart after Yashamaru’s death. He became selfish, only aware of his own wishes and safety.
In those dark years, Gaara, although outwardly, seemed indifferent, but his inner self was very unstable. He was indifferent to the pleas of others and at times was dominated by a rampage. This action was due in part to Shukaku’s instincts that always echoed in Gaara’s ears. It instigated him whenever he could and tortured Gaara by threatening to control his body while he slept, causing Gaara to sleep from there.
However, the error does not entirely belong to Shukaku, Gaara himself also hates the existence of others, believing that as long as they live they will threaten his life. Gaara’s goal is to kill all the strong people or individuals he feels like him, because only that way makes him more secure about his existence.
Gaara’s biography is very similar to Naruto’s: both are the subjects of the beasts from birth, they are hated by the villagers and grow up without their parents’ love. But while Gaara lost faith in others, Naruto continued to strive to be recognized by friends and villages and eventually succeeded.
While Gaara sought strength to protect himself, Naruto wanted to be stronger to protect the precious friends he had always been able to obtain. When Naruto defeated Gaara during the invasion of Leaf Village, Gaara saw this as evidence that he had made wrong choices before; that he surrendered to himself too easily.
From then on, Gaara began to follow Naruto, improving his relationship with his brothers, making friends in and out of Sand Village, and looking for something he was willing to give up to protect. His relationship with Shukaku has also improved somewhat. He admits he used to hate it, but thanks to Shukaku he met Naruto.
Gaara became the Sand Village Kazekage at the beginning of Part II. In her new role, Gaara is more sophisticated than most of her peers. He forgave the father who tried to assassinate himself because he was just trying to protect the village. His new purpose of life was to devote himself to serving the Sand Village and the villagers. He hoped the Five Great Kages and hidden villages could advance to a beneficial multi-party cooperation, just like the good influence he had received from Naruto.
At first only Leaf Village was in favor of his opinion, but to the Fourth Ring War, the Five Great Kage was convinced by him, creating a stepping stone for the formation of the False Ring Alliance. Gaara felt that he owed Naruto a great favor, thanks to Naruto, that he had changed a lot since the infamous “Sand Village Gaara”. He considered Naruto as his best friend and believed that all the misfortune he had to go through was completely worth it, because he remembered that he had just met Naruto. He joined the Fourth War, not merely to stop Akatsuki, but also to protect Naruto. Gaara often repeated his traumatic experiences until he met Naruto when he was in contact with Sasuke and the individuals were also weighed down by hatred and loneliness, hoping that the enemy could recognize it as well. their own wrong. He didn’t always succeed in convincing others, but he could sympathize with their choice.
Gaara possessed white skin, green eyes and short golden brown hair. He had left his hair pointed for a long time, but when he grew up he brushed it into a bed-type. Gaara has no pupils and eyebrows. There were dark circles around his eyes like a tanuki, according to Gamabunta, due to insomnia. To the left of Gaara’s forehead, there is the self-carved engraving of “Ai” (愛, who) revealed after the sideburns are turned right. In Part II, many Sand Village women praised Gaara handsome.
In Part I, Gaara wore a round-necked, black-clad outfit; with a white cloth crossed from the right shoulder to the left hip. He wore a large leather belt from his left shoulder to his right hip to fix the sand pool and tie the forehead protection band on it. In the first chapters of the manga, he was seen wearing countless earrings. Gaara’s appearance didn’t change much until Part I, but he changed his black suit into a red-brown, long-sleeved, closed-neck jumpsuit, with mesh armor on his wrists and ankles.
In Part II, Gaara wears a red long-sleeved jacket, long pants and black sandals. Outside his jacket, he was busy with two buckles, a jacket over his left shoulder fixed by a belt, and two other belts to fix the tank.
In some cases, he switched to the Kazekage’s traditional costume and during the Fourth War, Gaara wore more of the Sand Village’s bulletproof vests. In The Last: Naruto the Movie, Gaara wears a long-sleeved shirt, many dark red buttons and pants of the same color. He was busy adding a brown belt and a small sandbag on the left. Gaara switched to wearing a long coat when he reached adulthood.
Strength and Ability
Gaara was trained to become the “ultimate weapon” of the Sand Village so young. He easily killed countless assassins sent to assassinate him. As a genin, he was known to be able to complete all B level tasks. He was also the record-maker who surpassed Tu Lam the fastest during the Chūnin examination without any scratches, which even the chūnin could hardly do. In Part II, the other Kage were initially skeptical of Gaara’s ability due to his young age, but they gradually admired him since the Fourth War, when Gaara acted as the Commander of the division divisions. merits of the Alliance of fake Rings. The reincarnated Kage that Gaara fought, including his father, recognized Gaara’s talent after being defeated by him. He had also been able to legally hold five of Madara’s wood-covered stools for a long time.