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A New World, A New Me. (A naruto fanfiction)

A New World, A New Me. (A naruto fanfiction)

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666DeadlyNightshade By 666DeadlyNightshade Updated Sep 19, 2016

A girl from the real world makes a wish and finds herself in an entirely different place than before. While trying to figure out what to do she hears of a place called Konohagakure. As in that city from Naruto. So she travels there herself to change the world as we know it, finding some things out about herself along the way.

@666DeadlyNightshade   atropa belladonna, other wise known as deadly nightshade, a berry plant that can cause hallucinations and is taken in a large, or liquefied amount, can cause death, but is easily dismissed with anti poisons like charcoal.
I'm similar in appearance, extra, and age. But that's not what I'm commenting on. Mercy is a Beveridge.... A beverage... XD OMG SHE'S DRINKABLE
altra313 altra313 May 17
Am I insane......probably.....or maybe im just sadistic...yes
DreaxxDrea DreaxxDrea Apr 29
i have 4 different voices inside of me with different personalities
XD my eyes change Colorado all the time too! Sometimes it's spring Colorado, other times it's fall Colorado!
alurlur9 alurlur9 May 15, 2016
The dash line after the question mark is now forever known as...........
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