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10th Sep '17 3:45:13 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Ron also seemed to have trouble hiding in the shadows when he tried to be all ninja. Now that he has gotten control of Mystical Monkey Powers, however...

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** Embarrassment Ninjas are hit-and-miss depending on what they are doing.
** Ron also seemed to have had trouble hiding in the shadows when he tried to be all ninja. Now that he has gotten control of Mystical Monkey Powers, however...Powers...he turns into a glowing, floating, ''giant monkey battle aura'' ninja.
25th Aug '17 12:03:08 AM Zanreo
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* Tecmo from ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' dresses in bright red ninja gear, tends to be an overly dramatic LargeHam and goes right up to Namco to swear his petty revenge against him.

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* Tecmo from ''Webcomic/{{Consolers}}'' dresses in bright red ninja gear, tends to be an overly dramatic LargeHam LargeHam, narrates his own actions while trying to be stealthy, and goes right up to Namco to swear his petty revenge against him.
18th Aug '17 5:54:20 PM ANTMuddle
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*** Then again, ninjas might have used them during night raids where they would have to sneak into an area where conflict would be inevitable. In the first RealLife instance, the watch-wait-strike principle was on full display. Before anything else, they needed to get a feel for the location they needed to infiltrate. ''Not'' something that happens overnight, as any CaperCrew feature ShownTheirWork will attest. Right down to the jumpsuit, which was probably ''not'' black (see McNinja), kabuki training, especially as a prop handler, came in handy. (Thatís part of what we associate with the ninja culture.) No loose parts, not overly tight, room for a few weapons, excellent to avert notice on the way ''in'' (the main objective), and excellent for covering as many bases as possible when they needed to leave, whether or not the goal was achieved.

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*** Then again, ninjas might have used them during night raids where they would have to sneak into an area where conflict would be inevitable. In both the trope description and the first listed RealLife instance, the watch-wait-strike principle was on full display. in play here. Before anything else, they ninja needed to get a feel for the location they needed to infiltrate. ''Not'' something that happens overnight, as any CaperCrew feature ShownTheirWork will attest. Right down to the jumpsuit, which was probably ''not'' black (see McNinja), kabuki training, especially as a prop handler, came in handy. (Thatís part of what we associate with the ninja culture.) No loose parts, not overly tight, room for a few weapons, excellent to avert notice on the way ''in'' (the main objective), and excellent for covering as many bases as possible when they needed to leave, whether or not the goal was achieved.
10th Aug '17 2:19:41 PM Jubileus57
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* The Ninjas from ''VideoGame/WiiPlayMotion'' wear yellow, blue and red suits, the last two contrasting rather well with the greenish high grass of the environment.
27th Jul '17 10:34:41 AM Necrodomo
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* Void Walker demons from ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' are, in the lore, supposed to be barely-real whispers in the shadows whose very existence cannot be confirmed by any physical means. They have plenty of powers that make this the most sensible play style, but plenty of people play Void Walkers who operate openly with no subtlety whatsoever, and there's nothing really stopping them.
16th Jul '17 8:03:56 PM merotoker
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* ''{{Justified}}'' in ''WebComic/OnePunchMan'' by the assassin "Speed-O'-Sound" Sonic and the S-Class Hero Flashy "Lightspeed" Flash, both of whom, while certainly capable of stealth, have no qualms with appearing right before their targets and introducing themselves while stating their intent to kill them. It works in their favor because [[SuperSpeed they can move faster than the eye can track]] and said boasting is usually the part where they give their opponents one last chance to run away or psyche them out before commencing with the [[LosingYourHead head rolling]] faster than they can react to.

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* ''{{Justified}}'' ''{{Justified|Trope}}'' in ''WebComic/OnePunchMan'' by the assassin "Speed-O'-Sound" Sonic and the S-Class Hero Flashy "Lightspeed" Flash, both of whom, while certainly capable of stealth, have no qualms with appearing right before their targets and introducing themselves while stating their intent to kill them. It works in their favor because [[SuperSpeed they can move faster than the eye can track]] and said boasting is usually the part where they give their opponents one last chance to run away or psyche them out before commencing with the [[LosingYourHead head rolling]] faster than they can react to.



* Everyone from the village of Mizuho in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''. The best candidate is Sheena, who is a ninja in all but name, clad in a purple robe withe huge pink bow on her back. Even Kunichiwa, who is the closest thing to the stereotypical ninja, wears bright red.

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* Everyone from the village of Mizuho in ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia''. The best candidate is Sheena, who is a ninja in all but name, clad in a purple robe withe with a huge pink bow on her back. Even Kunichiwa, who is the closest thing to the stereotypical ninja, wears bright red.



** Then there's Fuma, also from the first ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenI Suikoden]]'', who claims to specialize in invisibility and stealth... while wearing an outfit so incredibly red that staring at it too long would make your eyes bleed. But on closer inspection, ''Suikoden'' tends to avert this trope (aside from Kasumi and Fuma), as the Suikoden ninjas (of which there are at least two in every game) tend to dress either like traditional ninjas (''[[VideoGame/SuikodenI I's]]'' Kage, ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenII II's]]'' Mondo and Sasuke, and ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenIII III's]]'' Watari and Ayame), or more like normal people (''[[VideoGame/SuikodenIV IV's]]'' Akaghi and Mizuki, ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenV V's]]'' Shigure and Sagiri).

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** Then there's Fuma, also from the first ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenI Suikoden]]'', ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden|I}}'', who claims to specialize in invisibility and stealth... while wearing an outfit so incredibly red that staring at it too long would make your eyes bleed. But on closer inspection, ''Suikoden'' tends to avert this trope (aside from Kasumi and Fuma), as the Suikoden ninjas (of which there are at least two in every game) tend to dress either like traditional ninjas (''[[VideoGame/SuikodenI I's]]'' Kage, ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenII II's]]'' Mondo and Sasuke, and ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenIII III's]]'' Watari and Ayame), or more like normal people (''[[VideoGame/SuikodenIV IV's]]'' Akaghi and Mizuki, ''[[VideoGame/SuikodenV V's]]'' Shigure and Sagiri).



* ''VideoGame/{{Izuna|LegendOfTheUnemployedNinja}}'', the Unemployed Ninja dresses in a bright red outfit with thick hose and ''fishnets''.
** After stealing a village's crystal and upsetting the gods, the villagers (specifically, the innkeeper) starts a tab for the protagonist and her ninja clan and declares they must stay until it's paid off and the villagers won't let them leave. One of the ninja point out "But hey, we're ninja. We'll just sneak out." To which another ninja declares "But they'll just find us. We'll never get out of this."

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* ''VideoGame/{{Izuna|LegendOfTheUnemployedNinja}}'', the Unemployed Ninja dresses in a bright red outfit with thick hose and ''fishnets''.
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''fishnets''. After stealing a village's crystal and upsetting the gods, the villagers (specifically, the innkeeper) starts a tab for the protagonist and her ninja clan and declares they must stay until it's paid off and the villagers won't let them leave. One of the ninja point out "But hey, we're ninja. We'll just sneak out." To which another ninja declares "But they'll just find us. We'll never get out of this."



* Spoofed in [[http://www.sonsofthestorm.com/viewer.php?artist=samwise&cat=warcraft&art=119 this]] artwork for the ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' TCG.
** That same artwork is used in ''VideoGame/HearthstoneHeroesOfWarcraft'' for the Ogre Ninja card, now with equally stealthy voice acting!

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* Spoofed in [[http://www.sonsofthestorm.com/viewer.php?artist=samwise&cat=warcraft&art=119 this]] artwork for the ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' TCG.
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TCG. That same artwork is used in ''VideoGame/HearthstoneHeroesOfWarcraft'' for the Ogre Ninja card, now with equally stealthy voice acting!
13th Jul '17 1:37:19 PM Ereiam
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** In ''ThirtyHs'' the surf ninjas from Surf Ninja Moon X, silent killers of the night negate their innate advantage by only plying their craft on surf boards. During the day.

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** * In ''ThirtyHs'' ''Fanfic/ThirtyHs'' the surf ninjas from Surf Ninja Moon X, silent killers of the night night, negate their innate advantage by only plying their craft on surf boards. During the day.
10th Jul '17 9:31:27 AM Creek719
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Sui Feng has the skills to be a good ninja. However, she likes to have her abilities acknowledged and this leads her to take on face-to-face confrontations even when she should strike from the shadows. Lampshaded by Aizen who calls her mad for confronting him face-to-face instead of adhering to her training and striking covertly. She then proceeds to engage in one of the flashiest speed-clone attacks we've ever seen her produce. Unsurprising, Aizen isn't bothered by her attack and it fails. Her status as an example of this trope is accentuated when her bankai is revealed. As a giant stinger missile that heavily disrupts her speed and is too enormous to be hidden, she can't engage in covert fighting at all with it.

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Sui Feng has the skills to be a good ninja. However, she [[ArrogantKungFuGuy likes to have her abilities acknowledged acknowledged]] and this leads her to take on face-to-face confrontations even when she should strike from the shadows. Lampshaded by Aizen who calls her mad for confronting him face-to-face instead of adhering to her training and striking covertly. She then proceeds to engage in one of the flashiest speed-clone attacks we've ever seen her produce. Unsurprising, Aizen isn't bothered by her attack and it fails. Her status as an example of this trope is accentuated when her bankai [[LimitBreak bankai]] is revealed. As a giant stinger missile that heavily disrupts her speed and is too enormous to be hidden, she can't engage in covert fighting at all with it.
3rd Jul '17 11:10:07 AM 1810072342
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* Bang Shishigami from ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' is one of the most highly visible ninjas of all time, sporting a bare midriff (on a male character), a flowing red scarf, a 5-foot long NAIL on his back, and prone to frequent [[HotBlooded hot-blooded]] yelling. He also subverts typical ninja characters in fighting games by being more of a [[JackOfAllStats well-balanced brawler]] than a FragileSpeedster, having the 3rd highest HP in the game.

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* Bang Shishigami from ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' is one of the most highly visible ninjas of all time, sporting a bare midriff (on a male character), a flowing red scarf, a 5-foot long NAIL on his back, and prone to frequent [[HotBlooded hot-blooded]] yelling.yelling (thus making him also a Highly ''Audible'' Ninja. Stealthy). He also subverts typical ninja characters in fighting games by being more of a [[JackOfAllStats well-balanced brawler]] than a FragileSpeedster, having the 3rd highest HP in the game.
28th May '17 12:32:34 AM Zaptech
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* The Hand in ''Series/Daredevil'' and later ''Series/IronFist''. Though they're not as overt about it as their comic book counterparts, the Hand's ninja outfit consists of a muted, dark maroon color. This is also inverted for the Hand's more secretive members, who often dress like civilians and are virtually indistinguishable.

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* The Hand in ''Series/Daredevil'' ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' and later ''Series/IronFist''. Though they're not as overt about it as their comic book counterparts, the Hand's ninja outfit consists of a muted, dark maroon color. This is also inverted for the Hand's more secretive members, who often dress like civilians and are virtually indistinguishable.
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