It is based on Naruto Manga chapters 380-383. In battle, he is killed by the Six Paths of Pain. Jiraiya was a renowned ninja. He had been training Naruto for years in order to help him become a great ninja like himself. When Naruto became 16 years old, Jiraiya stopped teaching him and went on a mission that took him away from home for several months. During his absence, Nagato, a powerful ninja who wanted to destroy the world, attacked it with his Infinite Tsukuyomi. The only ones who survived were Jiraiya and Neji. Knowing that Naruto is the only one who can save the world now, Jiraiya teaches him all his techniques so he can face Nagato.
During their fight, Nagato tries to kill Jiraiya but fails. Enraged, he attacks again but this time Jiraiya defeats him with a single hand strike. Afterward, Jiraiya tells Naruto that he has completed his mission - now it's up to him to live his life while he is still able to.
Several months later, during a war between the villages, Nagato uses his Infinite Tsukuyomi on both Jiraiya and Neji. Just like before, they survive the attack but this time there is no one left to stop him from destroying the world.
Naruto: Shippuden, Episode #133 "The Tale of Jiraiya the Gallant" is the title of the episode, which takes place during the Tale of Jiraiya the Gallant arc. Before he dies, he tells his disciple Sasuke to kill him. Thus, this episode marks the end of the Tale of Jiraiya the Gallant.
Other than that, we don't have any information about its release date or price. However, it should not be difficult to find since it is one of the few episodes that does not feature any special scenes with any of the characters. Even so, it would be nice if it was released in DVD format with other important episodes like this one.
Now, you must know more about Jiraiya's life and death. So, keep reading.
Jiraiya's death is one of those fictitious tragedies that fans are still mourning. Jiraiya, Naruto's mentor, is killed while attempting to stop Naruto from fighting Pain and destroying the Hidden Leaf Village. And, as it turns out, he is a figure who is genetically related to the famous Sannin.
Two, he died as a result of chakra fatigue and the use of the Susanoo. The Susanoo is said to be extremely chakra-intensive and unpleasant. Itachi can't keep the Ametarasu for long without falling asleep. His vision was already blurred.
Jiraiya summoned the will to stand up and write one more note, remembering that it was his first work that had inspired Minato. Jiraiya reveals the knowledge behind Nagato's Paths of Pain, as well as a damaged animal path, to Naruto and the rest of Konoha before dying to give them an advantage. He eventually drowns as he descends into the water.
This chapter shows that even though Jiraiya is gone, his wisdom lives on within everyone else. Even after everything he went through, including losing his arm and leg, he still wanted to share what he knew about genjutsu with Naruto. By doing so, he hoped that they would be able to stop Nagato even if they were not able to defeat him personally.
Even though Nagato killed him, Jiraiya sacrificed himself to save those that he loved. His death will allow Naruto and the others to have an edge over their enemies.
After this incident, Naruto vows to defeat Nagato once and for all.
Here is where the story leaves off. We can assume that later on in the series, Naruto succeeds in killing Nagato.