Naruto drifted into consciousness as the sun started to rise over the village and into his room. He opened his eyes slowly and glanced over at the clock sitting on his bedside table. It read 9 o'clock AM, so he decided to stay in bed for just a little longer. He had been out quite late last night finishing a portion of his training with Jiraiya, which left him physically and mentally exhausted. He closed his eyes for what seemed like maybe five minutes, until he was suddenly pulled back by the sound of two little brown and white birds who seemed to be having a conversation outside of his window. They continued to chirp at each other until Naruto sat up in his bed, and stretched his arms out while he gave a gigantic yawn. He tossed the covers off of him and slid his legs to the side of the bed. Standing up, he paid no attention to his clock, because he had only been asleep for a short time. He shuffled over to his closet and got out his normal clothing. He changed into his pants and undershirt, but left his jacket off and placed it over one of the chairs at his kitchen table until he was ready to leave. He then put his shoes on and tied his head band tight around his forehead.
Naruto walked back over and pulled open his refrigerator door open then bent down and looked inside. He didn't see much, only a Carton of milk, some old cheese, and a single carrot that he never remembered buying. As he stood there a beam of sunlight flashed over his eyes. Confused, he stood up straight and thought for a minute. The sun shouldn't be that high in the sky yet, it was only nine o'clock. He stopped cold in his thoughts then slowly turned his head around. As he stared at the clock his jaw dropped, a chill rushed over his body, and he could barely breathe. The clock read one o'clock in the afternoon and he was supposed to meet Lady Tsunade in her office along with some others at noon. She had told him it was important ,but she wouldn't say what it was about. Naruto snapped out of it ,shut the refrigerator door, grabbed his jacket off from behind the chair, and ran out the door. He hustled downstairs and bounded into the street, almost knocking over an old man who was carrying his groceries. "Sorry about that!" Naruto yelled back as the man shook his fist in the air. He was running full speed towards the Hokages office even though he was late, because he knew that with every passing second she would just get more frustrated.
He turned a corner, sliding to a stop which caused a cloud of dust to form, and then continued on his way. It didn't take long for him to run into his friend Konahamaru, who was sprinting in the opposite direction towards him. "Hey, Konahamaru!" Naruto yelled. "Naruto! That old lady is looking for you!" Konahamaru screamed in reply. "I know, I'm on my way!", "You had better hurry, she's already gonna rip your head off!" Konahamarus' comment just made Naruto push himself even more. By this time they were running past each other. "Good luck Naruto!", "Thanks, I'm gonna need it."He said as he flashed Konahamaru a wary smile, then turned his focus on getting to Lady Tsunades' office. He looked up and saw that her building was getting closer by the second. He hadn't realized he was running so fast, but it didn't matter. He was already an hour late, but he found himself at the bottom of the stairs that lead up to her floor in no time. Naruto didn't stop to rest, he just continued his hurried pace as he took the steps two at a time. Once he reached the top, he turned and rushed down the hall straight for the Hokages door. Not even stopping to catch his breath, he burst through her door to find an unexpected sight.
He looked around the room as he straightened himself up and caught his breathe. To his right, standing off towards the wall, was Kakashi. To his left stood Sai and Yamato, both an equal distance away from the Hokages desk. Finally, in front of him was an enraged Tsunade who sat behind her desk and a very flustered Sakura who stood infront of it. Naruto started to walk forward, scratching his head, and giving the best smile he could manage. "Hey ,everyone, sorry I'm so late. I just over slept a little, that's all." He chuckled as he stepped up to the edge of Lady Tsunades desk and next to Sakura. Nobody gave a response to his explanation, there was only silence for a good long minute. He opened his mouth to break the quietness, but was stopped by Sakuras' fist meeting the top of his head. The force of the impact made him fall over and face plant onto Tsunades desk. "Naruto, you idiot! How could you've over slept? That's what you have an alarm clock for! We've been waiting here for an hour just for you to show up!" Sakura screamed. He was just getting up and and steadying himself when he saw Lady Tsunade stand up. "It's fine Sakura, we don't have time for this. Besides, I've had a headache all day and I'd really rather just get on with this." Tsunade said in an irritated sort of way.
Sakura just nodded then gave Naruto a quick look that told him how lucky he was that Lady Tsunade intervened. He took a step back before asking what it was they were all doing there. "So grandma Tsunade what exactly are we all here for? It must be pretty important if you all waited here this whole time for me." He said. "She has an assignment for us, so let's all listen to what she has to say, shall we?" Kakashi blurted as he stepped up closer to the desk followed by Sai and Yamato. Everyone gave a nod in agreement and then turned their attention to the Hokage. "Right, well this assignment might seem simple , but it will take all of you to get the job done right without risking any casualties." She began, and immediately caught everybody's attention. She opened the top drawer to her left and pulled out a small, almost to small, scroll. It looked like it only had enough room for a short letter, or note of some kind. It had a paper seal that almost wrapped around the scroll itself. She placed it on the desk in front of her. "This scroll contains a message that needs to be delivered to the head of the hidden mist village. It has a special seal to were only the person it is addressed to can open it. Otherwise, the entire scroll will detonate with an explosion one hundred times that of a paper bomb." She continued.
Naruto, Sakura, and even Sai looked a little shocked. "All of you will leave early in the evening. Naruto, I think it'd be best if you let Jiraiya know that you won't be able to train for a few days. Then I suggest all of you find a nice restaurant and eat as much as you can before the trip. I'm gonna try and take a nap while I still can, good luck." She finished as she sat back down and laid her head on her desk. Kakashi quickly swiped the scroll up and hid it away in his uniform. They all turned and exited her office being sure not to make a sound. Once they were all safely out, they headed down into the village. As they walked they discussed were they should go eat. "I could go for some ramen!" Naruto exclaimed. "You could always go for ramen." Sakura said in a matter of fact sort of way. "I could go for anything." Sai spoke up. "You wouldn't want ramen if you've had over a thousand times!" Sakura insisted. "Not true! I've had it over a thousand times and I can't get enough!" Naruto retaliated. "Come on now guys, calm down. Let's just try and have a nice lunch." Yamato said. "He's right. Why don't we go here?" Kakashi suggested as he pointed to the restaurant next to him. They all stopped and looked over to see a pretty nice looking place.
"Is it any good?" Naruto questioned. "Does it matter if I'm buying?" Yamato blurted. "I guess not. I'm gonna go find pervy sage and then I'll be back." He started as he turned and ran in the opposite direction, "Make sure you don't start without me!" Sakura yelled something at him ,but by that time he was to far away to understand her. Naruto ran around for a couple of minutes and didn't feel like he was getting anywhere, so he decided to check the most obvious place. Even though it was a little ways away he knew he would most likely find him there. When he finally arrived at the bath house, sure enough, Jiraiya was standing outside of the ladies area with his face plastered up against the wall that separated them. "Geez, pervy sage, could you be anymore obvious?" This didn't even cause the man to flinch, he instead waved his hand towards Naruto as if to tell him to get lost. "Grandma Tsunade wanted me to let you know that I won't be able to train for a few days since she's sending me on a mission."He continued. Jiraiya held a thumbs up in his direction. "Whatever, I'll see you later then." He turned on his heel and started to walk off.
As Naruto came around to the entrance of the bath house he noticed there was someone on the bridge that stretched over the river out front. He saw that the person had on a cloak, and as he got closer he started to recognize them. He froze and gawked at the man wearing a cloak that belonged to the Akatsuki, the man that wiped out an entire clan, the man known as Itachi Uchiha. He was staring straight into Naruto's eyes even with the amount of distance between them. Then suddenly his body dispersed into a flock of ravens right in front of Naruto. He snapped out of his daze and shook his head. There was no way Itachi would come here, not alone at least. I must have been seeing things, he thought. "Man, I must be really hungry if I'm hallucinating. There probably getting tired of waiting,so I should hurry up." He tried to reassure himself. He then took off back towards the restaurant. On his way, he couldn't get the image of Itachi standing on the bridge out of his mind. He couldn't shake the feeling that he was really there, but no matter how he looked at it nothing added up, so he decided to leave it alone and enjoy his late lunch.
Naruto entered the restaurant and found the rest of his group in one of the back private rooms. He was just in time to see a line of waiters bring out trays of meats and vegetables and set them in between the grills on the table. As they all ate their meal everyone was engaged in a happy conversation of some sort. Everyone but Naruto that is. He sat quietly, giving a slight chuckle every now and again, but for the most part he just paid attention to the meat he was cooking. No one seemed to notice his strange behavior until dessert had arrived. "Hey, Naruto, what's with you?" Sakura asked a little concerned. "You don't seem to be as loud as you usually are." Sai said. "There right, what's up?" Yamato agreed. "Well?" Kakashi cut in expectantly. This surprised him just a little. He didn't think everyone would notice. To be honest, he spent the entire meal thinking about Itachi, or whatever he saw. Knowing he couldn't tell them the real reason, not wanting to cause a panic, he thought it was best just to blow it off. He put on a wide smile and then looked up at everyone. "No worries guys, I'm fine. Just a little bummed about not getting to train, that's all. Now, let's finish eating!" He said as he stuffed his face full of sweet dumplings.
They spent the remainder of their free time in that restaurant until the sun started to set just on top of the trees. Yamato paid the bill as promised, which was more than anyone thought it would be. Then they headed towards the east gate that lead into the forest. It didn't take long before everyone was ready to go, so they didn't waste anytime. Kakashi lead the team followed by Sakura and Naruto with Sai and Yamato bring up the rear. They all journeyed in silence for a while as they enjoyed the sounds that were steadily surrounding them as they got further and further into the trees. Naruto ,to everyone's surprise ,continued in silence as well. He had given up on trying to figure out how, why, and if Itachi had been there on the bridge. Even so, he still felt wary ever since that moment when he looked into his eyes. It was like he could still feel them on him at this very moment. Naruto continued on, and as he did so, something to his right caught his eye as he passed. It was a person, could it be Itachi? No, in fact, his identity shocked Naruto even more. He had stopped on the next branch to get a better look, and what he saw was a dull looking Sasuke Uchiha leaning against a tree not to far from him with his arms crossed ,staring right at Naruto.
The others had noticed Narutos absence and had stopped just ahead. He was frozen on that tree limb, not being able to move an inch. Sakura saw him staring off into the trees, but she didn't know at what. "Naruto!" She yelled. He snapped out of his daze and looked in her direction with a look of pure disbelief on his face. "Sasuke..." He whispered. He started to raise his hand to point at his recent discovery, but when he searched the trees he found nothing. "But I swear I just saw..." He said a little more audible. "Saw what? What is it?" She asked in the most sincere voice. He looked back towards her and saw that she had on a look of pure concern. His heart fell, he knew he could tell her what he had seen. He didn't even know if what he saw was real, or if someone was messing with his head. That must be it, he thought, someone must be playing with my mind. First he saw Itachi on the bridge in front of the bath house, and now he thought he had just seen Sasuke leaning against a tree. He turned his emotion around once again, and put on a big smile. "Gotcha!" He yelled and pointed at her instead. "Naruto, you idiot! Hurry up!" Her mood quickly changed as she raised her fist at him.
He didn't say another word. He only rushed towards the others and they all regained their pace as if nothing had happened. Pretty soon it started to get dark and Kakashi advised them to stop and set up camp for the night. By that, he meant that they should get their blankets and start a fire. "Naruto, why don't you go gather some firewood to last us the night?" Yamato suggested. "Why me? Why can't Sai go do it?" He asked as he gestured to an already laying down Sai who was reading a book. " I just thought you'd like some alone time. You seem to of been distracted by something ever since you arrived at the restaurant." He replied. Naruto could feel his cheeks warm up. He had hoped it wasn't to obvious that something had been on his mind, but he had just been informed that it had. "Oh, okay. If you say so." He said as he turned on his heel and started to walk off. "Just so you know, we will be taking two hour shifts tonight. One of us will be up at all times." Kakashi said and Naruto waved at him over his shoulder as he walked deeper into the forest. He appreciated that Yamato had let him be the one to go out.
It's true he had been distracted for a while, but he had tried to put it behind him. He had succeeded until Yamato had said something. Of course Naruto couldn't blame him, he didn't know what exactly it had been that was bothering him. Before he knew it he was quite a ways from the others. When he looked back he couldn't see nor hear them, and he hadn't even picked up a single piece of wood. Walking around a little bit more he started to steadily pick up one, then two, then three pieces. Eventually he had his arms full and decided to go back and deliver the wood to his team that had been waiting for who knows how long. He had turned and was just about to head back when something made him stop. He heard foot steps coming his way, but he couldn't tell how far away they were. He soon found out when he saw someone step out from behind a tree to his right. Quickly, he turned his head to see a someone he had half been expecting. "Hello, Jinchuriki." Itachi's words sent a paralyzing chill through Naruto. He couldn't move a single muscle in his body, he only stared at the Akatsuki member. "What do you want, Itachi?" He said in a low voice. "We want you, Naruto." Another voice said coming from his left.
He recognized this voice to be Sasuke Uchihas. Sure enough when he looked over, there he was standing only ten feet away. "Sasuke, what do you-" he was cut off when he felt ropes wrap around his arms and pull him backwards to the ground. He tried to break free ,but his attempts failed. He soon realized that they weren't ordinary ropes, they were chakra ropes which were practically unbreakable. This didn't stop him from struggling though. From his position he could see Itachi walk over and stand behind his head, and when he looked down he saw Sasuke standing by his feet. "Brother, let's remain civil for the time being." Itachi said as he undid his cloak and let it fall to the ground. "Fine, just until we're done here." Sasuke replied while he kicked Narutos legs to either side and stepped forward. "W-wait! What are you two going to do?" Naruto asked frantically. Neither of them answered him. Sasuke bent down onto his knees and scooted forward just enough to were Naruto could feel his hard bulge press up against his pants. At this point Itachi was getting on his knees as well. "You'll have to be quick so the others don't hear him." Sasuke said to Itachi. "I already know." He answered.
Sasuke reached up and grabbed a hold of Narutos pants and pulled them down and then up off of him, taking his boxers with them. "Sasuke!" Naruto yelled. Neither of the brothers acknowledged him. Sasuke pulled his own pants down just enough to reveal his now solid bulge, and when Naruto looked up he could see Itachi do the same. With one motion, Sasuke lifted Narutos legs onto his shoulder and started to enter him slowly. Naruto started to scream out in pain, but when he opened his mouth he was stopped by Itachi's bulge being shoved deep into his mouth. When Sasuke had fully entered Naruto he let out a moan, paused for a second, then he let out a low chuckle before starting to move his hips back and forth. Itachi started just as his brother did and was now picking up a steady pace. Naruto was being pushed in both directions, each of their thrusts only a half a second apart. Sasuke was now going at a steady rate as well and was now trying to go even deeper. As Narutos body adjusted to what was happening, it started to feel better and in no time it was actually enjoyable for him. His back began to arch when Sasuke started to pick up speed. Itachi was now pushing himself even deeper into Narutos mouth, and was now reaching his throat.
Naruto began to let out muffled moans and sighs, while Sasuke and Itachi both picked up speed even more so than before. Itachis breaths got deeper and faster as he continued to thrust his huge bulge deep into Narutos throat. Naruto knew what was about to happen, but there was no time to prepare himself. With one last thrust Itachi released his load as he let out a low moan. Naruto was forced to swallow almost every drop that was being released into his throat. After that, Itachi pulled his bulge away from Narutos lips while Sasuke began to thrust harder and harder. Both of them still on the ground began to breathe faster and Naruto could feel Sasukes bulge start to tighten inside of him. Within seconds Sasuke was releasing his load inside of Naruto, which forced both of them to let out one last pleasure filled moan. Sasuke pulled away and only paused a second to catch his breath before pulling his pants back up and standing. Naruto laid there exhausted while both brothers walked to either side to were they had appeared before. As they each faced the opposite direction, they said only a few words. "This doesn't change anything." Sasuke said. "Of course not." Itachi agreed, then they both walked off into the woods leaving Naruto laying there.
He could feel the chakra ropes unwrap themselves from around his arms and then disappear. He laid there for a few minutes before sitting up. He wiped the edges of his moth to get rid of any traces of what had happened. He looked around and saw that his pants and boxers were only a couple of feet away so he reached and grabbed them. He slowly slid his boxers on first and then his pants. After he zipped them up he began to stand. He had to take it slow because his body was still in shock. Once he managed to get on his own two feet he started to shuffle back towards the camp. It took him around fifteen minutes to find his way back, and when he did he saw that everyone was asleep except for Yamato who was tending to a fire. "Where have you been, Naruto?" He asked concerned. "Sorry, I just got a little lost." He managed in a weak sort of voice. "Where's the firewood? Never mind, we have plenty. You should try and rest while you can." Yamato suggested. "Right, sure thing." Naruto agreed as he slid under the blanket that had been left out for him. Naruto really couldn't go to sleep even though he was exhausted both mentally and physically, so he just laid there and stared up at the trees and tried to enjoy what was left of his evening.