Complete Legacy of the Rasengan I/II/III by Tellemicus Sundance - T - Naruto

Discussion in 'Almost Recommended' started by Narf, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. Narf

    Narf Administrator Admin DLP Supporter

    Apr 3, 2005
    Title: Legacy of the Rasengan I: Naruto
    Author: Tellemicus Sundance
    Rating: T
    Chapters: 37
    Words: 266,215
    Updated: Jul 2, 2007
    Published: May 14, 2006
    Status: Complete

    Summary: It started as nothing more than a goal, inspired by a dream. It was the only thing he had to keep him going. Now, years later, it has suddenly become something...more. It has become his way of life. Slight NaruHina.
    Status: Complete.


    Title: Legacy of the Rasengan II: Makaze Rekidaishi
    Author: Tellemicus Sundance
    Rating: T
    Chapters: 8
    Words: 67,851
    Updated: Nov 15, 2007
    Published: Jul 2, 2007
    Status: Complete

    Summary: It is a time of intense training. But as the Rookie 9 carry on with their lives and missions, some of them run into a very familiar face…
    Status: Complete.


    Title: Legacy of the Rasengan III: Chuuten
    Author: Tellemicus Sundance
    Rating: T
    Chapters: 10
    Words: 39,718
    Updated: Sep 13, 2009
    Published: Nov 16, 2007
    Status: Abandoned

    Summary: It is coming. What was once a dark horizon has now become a cloudy sky. The storm is approaching quickly. Fueled by powers of demonic origins, two of them are destined to rise above the rest. To fly on the wings of angels into heaven itself... DISCONTINUED! Adopted by FictionReader98

    While FictionReader98 'officially adopted' the story, he actually didn't start writing it yet (see his author profile for further information).


    The first story still remains one of my favorite Naruto stories -- next to The Legend of Uzumaki Naruto: A Beginning by General Grievous and Naruto: Altered History by Geor-Sama.

    Naruto is smart and gifted from a young age. He creates many weak and powerful wind jutsus, and even an earth jutsu at one point. It all culminates in his re-creating the Rasengan on his own, with help from Jiraiya only at the very last step. The story is extremely good and well written, and the fight scenes are incredible.

    The second story is just a sort of glimpse into the timeskip, not really long at all, a mere 60K words.

    The third story... well, I dunno. I can't get into it. I forget why, but I'll have to try reading it again one of these days.

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  2. AntiChrist

    AntiChrist Professor

    Sep 17, 2008
    The first was an awesome read that I 've been following from pretty much near the beginning till the end. For some reason, that I can't put into words, neither the second nor the third book of the series really appealed to me. Some point soon, I'll probably find some time to sit down and read both.
  3. Janus

    Janus Groundskeeper

    Jun 15, 2008
    Sin City
    I enjoy the Legacy series, but its highly unlikely that we'll see much progress. I get the feeling ff was his way of not going crazy from military life, and after being discharged he is moving past it.

    The YYH story is good too, haven't looked at the Eva 1/2 yet.
  4. Dark Syaoran

    Dark Syaoran Persona 4 Admin

    Jun 4, 2005
    Don't know how many times I've tried to read the first story and have closed it in disgust. I can't remember what actually bothers me about it, but I know it's enough to remind me what vomit tastes like.
  5. Howdy

    Howdy Dark Lord

    Nov 3, 2008
    The Playhouse
    I'm having trouble making it through the first few chapters as well considering they're an almost literal retelling of the events in the first few chapters of the manga.

    I really don't understand why some authors feel the need to that. This is fanfaction - it's pretty much a given that your audience is familiar with the source material you're using.

    When does this story get interesting again?
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2008
  6. Rehio

    Rehio Alchemist DLP Supporter

    Jan 1, 2007
    New Mexico
    I remember liking the first one, but when that was finished and I tried to read the sequel I could never get into it. I just couldn't get past the first chapter.
  7. Raijin

    Raijin Slug Club Member

    Apr 18, 2006
    The first one is good, in the sense if you've never seen Naruto before. It's like Naruto v1.1. It's different and better but not enough to really satisfy you since everything follows the exact same storyline, even when by all rights with the changes that have happened they should be different.
  8. Iztiak

    Iztiak Heir

    Dec 4, 2006
    Wow, we actually have a Naruto sub-forum now... I hate it when the computer crashes. I miss everything.

    And yeah, decent story, not terribly great, but better than 90% of the Naruto stories out there. 4/5
  9. Oversoul

    Oversoul Muggle

    Apr 7, 2008
    This is a fantastic series, legecy one just gets you hooked and the writing is fantastic. Couldn't ask for anything more
  10. sincostan

    sincostan High Inquisitor

    Jan 7, 2008
    Naruto's training (I have in my mind this running around with weights described for too long) was way boring, and this story has a hardon for Sasuke. 3/5.