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* The CanonForeigner Sasuke Sarugakure in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' subverts the character type by being borderline incompetent (he's clumsy and has virtually no combat capabilities, but is a master of stealth and can move too fast to be seen) in a neighborhood filled with world-class non-ninja martial artists. In the manga, WholesomeCrossdresser Konatsu plays it a little more straight. Ukyo Kuonji uses a spoof style that merges archetypical ninja moves with cooking tools.

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* The CanonForeigner Sasuke Sarugakure in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' subverts the character type by being borderline incompetent (he's clumsy and has virtually no combat capabilities, but is a master of stealth and can move too fast to be seen) in a neighborhood filled with world-class non-ninja martial artists. In the manga, WholesomeCrossdresser Konatsu plays it a little more straight. Ukyo Ukyō Kuonji uses a spoof style that merges archetypical ninja moves with cooking tools.



* ''Ryuusei no Rockman'' (AKA VideoGame/MegaManStarForce) has an entire episode devoted to Ninja. HighlyVisibleNinja with all the typical tricks. Though, the guy teaching the main cast the tricks of the trade is damn good at it. They add [[VerbalTic -de osaru]] on the end of every one of their sentences...and apparently, the art of ninjitsu was developed by people from the ancient civilization of Mu. One of the Ooparts is a Shuriken, and Mega Man can take on the form of a ninja... Of wood.

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* ''Ryuusei no Rockman'' (AKA VideoGame/MegaManStarForce) (a.k.a. ''VideoGame/MegaManStarForce'') has an entire episode devoted to Ninja. HighlyVisibleNinja with all the typical tricks. Though, the guy teaching the main cast the tricks of the trade is damn good at it. They add [[VerbalTic -de osaru]] on the end of every one of their sentences...and apparently, the art of ninjitsu was developed by people from the ancient civilization of Mu. One of the Ooparts is a Shuriken, and Mega Man can take on the form of a ninja... Of wood.



* ''Manga/{{Change 123}}'', in its later volumes, introduces an all-female ninja clan whose members infiltrate into Motoko's school to recruit Motoko (or, rather, to recruit her [[MultiplePersonalities alternate badass personalities]]). Unlike typical {{Highly Visible Ninja}}s, they actually blend into the normal world, wear plain clothes (even when they're in their ninja village), and use weapons which are disguised as normal everyday objects. Also, the words "ninja" and "shinobi" are mostly avoided. Instead, they talk about "our clan/family", "our business", "family business" and similar.

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* ''Manga/{{Change 123}}'', ''Manga/Change123'', in its later volumes, introduces an all-female ninja clan whose members infiltrate into Motoko's school to recruit Motoko (or, rather, to recruit her [[MultiplePersonalities alternate badass personalities]]). Unlike typical {{Highly Visible Ninja}}s, they actually blend into the normal world, wear plain clothes (even when they're in their ninja village), and use weapons which are disguised as normal everyday objects. Also, the words "ninja" and "shinobi" are mostly avoided. Instead, they talk about "our clan/family", "our business", "family business" and similar.



* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' has a number of ninja-inspired monsters. Two notable examples are Ninjamon and Kougamon, his PaletteSwap. It should be noted, in Japan, he and Kougamon both take their names from regions and styles associated strong with the ninja arts. Other examples include:
** [[Anime/DigimonSavers Falcomon]], who's a rather straight example of this trope, along with his evolutionary stages. His Champion form, Peckmon, is a ''[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Ninja Ostrich]]''.

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* ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' has a number of ninja-inspired monsters. monsters.
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Two notable examples are Ninjamon and Kougamon, his PaletteSwap. It should be noted, in Japan, he and Kougamon both take their names from regions and styles associated strong with the ninja arts. Other examples include:
** [[Anime/DigimonSavers Falcomon]], Falcomon from ''Anime/DigimonSavers'', who's a rather straight example of this trope, along with his evolutionary stages. His Champion form, Peckmon, is a ''[[NinjaPirateZombieRobot Ninja Ostrich]]''.



* Ninja are one of the major types of opponents faced by Ogami Itto of ''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub.'' They're depicted very realistically, between the Kurokuwa ninja, spies and assassins of the shogunate, and the "Grass" ninja, who functions as extreme deep-cover agents and spies. Masters of disguise and employing all manner of "dirty" tricks imaginable, ranging from poison to psychological warfare, ninja provide Ogami's greatest challenges in the first half of the series. [[spoiler:By the finale, after the Kurokuwa have all been lost in failed assassination attempts on Ogami, Retsudo calls in the Grass for one last desperate attempt. When all is said and done, Ogami has managed to kill his way through '''every ninja in Japan.''']]

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* Ninja are one of the major types of opponents faced by Ogami Itto of ''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub.'' ''Manga/LoneWolfAndCub''. They're depicted very realistically, between the Kurokuwa ninja, spies and assassins of the shogunate, and the "Grass" ninja, who functions as extreme deep-cover agents and spies. Masters of disguise and employing all manner of "dirty" tricks imaginable, ranging from poison to psychological warfare, ninja provide Ogami's greatest challenges in the first half of the series. [[spoiler:By the finale, after the Kurokuwa have all been lost in failed assassination attempts on Ogami, Retsudo calls in the Grass for one last desperate attempt. When all is said and done, Ogami has managed to kill his way through '''every ninja in Japan.''']]



* Surprisingly, a [[LongRunner Long Running]] series like ''Franchise/OnePiece'' has had several warrior archetypes, such as knights, samurai, and even Roman-style gladiators, but a common one such as ninja rarely appear. First, there's [[GreenThumb Binz]], one of the CoDragons from the movie ''[[Anime/OnePieceFilmZ Film Z]]'' and on the cover page of [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/onepiece/images/e/e8/Chapter_766.png Chapter 766,]] there's a character behind Nami that is heavily implied to be Naruto himself[[note]]This was Eiichiro Oda's tribute to Masashi Kishimoto, author of the ''Naruto'' manga, which ended the same day Ch. 766 of ''One Piece'' was published[[/note]]. Yes, that's a NonSerialMovie villain and a [[TheCameo cameo]].

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* Surprisingly, a [[LongRunner Long Running]] series like ''Franchise/OnePiece'' has had several warrior archetypes, such as knights, samurai, and even Roman-style gladiators, but a common one such as ninja rarely appear. appear.
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First, there's [[GreenThumb Binz]], one of the CoDragons from the movie ''[[Anime/OnePieceFilmZ Film Z]]'' and on Z]]''. Yes, that's a NonSerialMovie villain.
** On
the cover page of [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/onepiece/images/e/e8/Chapter_766.png Chapter 766,]] there's a character behind Nami that is heavily implied to be Naruto himself[[note]]This was Eiichiro Oda's tribute to Masashi Kishimoto, author of the ''Naruto'' manga, which ended the same day Ch. 766 of ''One Piece'' was published[[/note]]. Yes, that's a NonSerialMovie villain and a [[TheCameo cameo]].



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* ''Film/MiraiNinja'' aka ''Cyber Ninja'' is a ninja-based clone of ''Film/StarWars''.

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* ''Film/MiraiNinja'' aka a.k.a. ''Cyber Ninja'' is a ninja-based clone of ''Film/StarWars''.



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* In ''{{lonelygirl15}}'', Bree describes Tachyon as a ninja in "Training Hard". Ninja are also parodied in "My School Project" and the remix version, "Ninja Video by [=ElizKM86=]", during which Danielbeast makes a movie about ninja.
* Charlie depicts [[HerCodeNameWasMarySue herself]] as a ninja in the animated segments of ''KateModern''.
* ''WebVideo/AskANinja'' is a website where viewers e-mail a guy questions and he answers them as a ninja would.
* ''TheOnion'' did a piece about a [[http://www.theonion.com/content/video/ninja_parade_slips_through_town ninja parade]]. No ninja were actually spotted, although they were kind enough to leave candy in children's pockets when they weren't looking.
* WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall features the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ninja style dancer]].

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* In ''{{lonelygirl15}}'', Bree describes Tachyon as a ninja in "Training Hard". Ninja are also parodied in "My School Project" and the remix version, "Ninja Video by [=ElizKM86=]", story published during which Danielbeast makes a movie about ninja.
* Charlie depicts [[HerCodeNameWasMarySue herself]]
spring training of 2007, Chicago Cubs then-closer (now starter) Ryan Dempster claimed to be training as a ninja in the animated segments of ''KateModern''.
* ''WebVideo/AskANinja'' is a website where viewers e-mail a guy questions and he answers them as a ninja would.
* ''TheOnion'' did a piece about a [[http://www.theonion.com/content/video/ninja_parade_slips_through_town ninja parade]]. No ninja were actually spotted, although they were kind enough to leave candy in children's pockets when they weren't looking.
* WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall features the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Ninja style dancer]].
ninja. He was joking... we think.



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* ''VideoGame/MegaMan3'': [=ShadowMan=]. Who scores double points for being a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot ninja robot]].
** He has two {{Expy}}s, Phantom (VideoGame/MegaManZero) and [=ShadowMan=].EXE (VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork).

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''VideoGame/MegaMan3'': [=ShadowMan=]. Who scores double points for being a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot ninja robot]].
** He has two {{Expy}}s, Phantom (VideoGame/MegaManZero) (''VideoGame/MegaManZero'') and [=ShadowMan=].EXE (VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork).(''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'').



*** MegaManZXAdvent gives us Siarnaq, the one holding Model P (And that you later copies the data thus gaining his powers. His voice is robotic and monotone, kind of reflecting how a shinobi should control their emotions... That is, until you hear him [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi1xbDivZA0 laugh]]. [[spoiler:Perhaps it has to do with him being betrayed by his friends and left for dead in his past?]]
* ''VisualNovel/TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever'' has Shiro, [[BrotherSisterTeam Kyouya, and Miyuki]] [[BadassFamily Takamachi]]. They're usually bodyguards, but occasionally do some assassination work as well.

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*** MegaManZXAdvent ** ''VideoGame/MegaManZXAdvent'' gives us Siarnaq, the one holding Model P (And that you later copies the data thus gaining his powers. His voice is robotic and monotone, kind of reflecting how a shinobi should control their emotions... That is, until you hear him [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi1xbDivZA0 laugh]]. [[spoiler:Perhaps it has to do with him being betrayed by his friends and left for dead in his past?]]
* ''VisualNovel/TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever'' has Shiro, [[BrotherSisterTeam Kyouya, and Miyuki]] [[BadassFamily Takamachi]]. They're usually bodyguards, but occasionally do some assassination work as well.
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* ''VisualNovel/TriangleHeart3SweetSongsForever'' has Shiro, [[BrotherSisterTeam Kyouya, and Miyuki]] [[BadassFamily Takamachi]]. They're usually bodyguards, but occasionally do some assassination work as well.



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* [[Webcomic/BladeOfToshubi Toshubi]] is a ninja mouse.

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* [[Webcomic/BladeOfToshubi Toshubi]] ''Webcomic/BladeOfToshubi'': Toshubi is a ninja mouse.



* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'': [[AllGirlSchool Artemis Academy's]] Ninja Club.
** Their leader, Tandy, is a member of [[AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil the student council]], has stealth down to such a science that she can seemingly [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/darkest_secrets appear from thin air]], and even knows a secret art for interrogation purposes.
** Her [[EliteMook club members]] have proven themselves so capable, in her absence, that they've managed to [[spoiler: kidnap [[TheDragon Skye]]]] and [[spoiler: [[ImpersonationGambit replace her with Rain]], [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/location_unknown in order to spy on Cerise and undermine her authority]]]] - all without [[spoiler: Cerise]] suspecting a thing!

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* ''WebComic/MagickChicks'': [[AllGirlSchool Artemis Academy's]] Ninja Club.
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Club. Their leader, Tandy, is a member of [[AbsurdlyPowerfulStudentCouncil the student council]], has stealth down to such a science that she can seemingly [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/darkest_secrets appear from thin air]], and even knows a secret art for interrogation purposes.
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purposes. Her [[EliteMook club members]] have proven themselves so capable, in her absence, that they've managed to [[spoiler: kidnap [[spoiler:kidnap [[TheDragon Skye]]]] and [[spoiler: [[ImpersonationGambit [[spoiler:[[ImpersonationGambit replace her with Rain]], [[http://www.magickchicks.com/strips-mc/location_unknown in order to spy on Cerise and undermine her authority]]]] - -- all without [[spoiler: Cerise]] [[spoiler:Cerise]] suspecting a thing!






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* Basically every and any action/adventure cartoon in the U.S. is bound to feature Ninja at some point.
** ''WesternAnimation/SkunkFu'', ostensibly a children's show, has [[RuleOfCool Ninja Monkies]]!

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* Basically every and any action/adventure cartoon in the U.S. is bound to feature Ninja at some point.
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point. ''WesternAnimation/SkunkFu'', ostensibly a children's show, has [[RuleOfCool Ninja Monkies]]!



* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'', Mumm-Ra summons a samurai named Hachiman and tries to trick him into fighting Lion-O. When that doesn't pan out and one of his minions is captured, he tries to salvage the situation by doing the unexpected: ''Summon a ninja.''
-->'''Monkian''': I don't see anyone!
-->'''Mumm-Ra''': Look behind you.
-->''[Monkian looks behind himself, only to fall over in surprise.]''
-->'''Mumm-Ra''': This... is the NINJA! If the samurai has all honor, then the ninja has none. His methods are silence, secrecy, and stealth. And his weapons -- dagger and disguise...

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'', ''WesternAnimation/ThunderCats'', Mumm-Ra summons a samurai named Hachiman and tries to trick him into fighting Lion-O. When that doesn't pan out and one of his minions is captured, he tries to salvage the situation by doing the unexpected: ''Summon a ninja.''
-->'''Monkian''': -->'''Monkian:''' I don't see anyone!
-->'''Mumm-Ra''':
anyone!\\
'''Mumm-Ra:'''
Look behind you.
-->''[Monkian
you.\\
''[Monkian
looks behind himself, only to fall over in surprise.]''
-->'''Mumm-Ra''':
surprise]''\\
'''Mumm-Ra:'''
This... is the NINJA! If the samurai has all honor, then the ninja has none. His methods are silence, secrecy, and stealth. And his weapons -- dagger and disguise...



* Kabuto, the main villain of [[PixarShorts ''Tokyo Mater'']] has ninja ''racing cars'' for henchmen. He summons them to distract [[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Mater]] about halfway through the short, only for them all to be knocked out by Dragon [=McQueen=]. At the end of the short, Mater wins the race, and since Kabuto threatened him that if he lost the race, he will strip Mater of his modifications, when Kabuto lost, he is stripped of his own modifications, and is laughed at by his own ninjas who then turn to the side of Mater, now "King of all drift racers."

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* Kabuto, the main villain of [[PixarShorts ''Tokyo Mater'']] ''[[WesternAnimation/PixarShorts Tokyo Mater]]'' has ninja ''racing cars'' for henchmen. He summons them to distract [[WesternAnimation/{{Cars}} Mater]] about halfway through the short, only for them all to be knocked out by Dragon [=McQueen=]. At the end of the short, Mater wins the race, and since Kabuto threatened him that if he lost the race, he will strip Mater of his modifications, when Kabuto lost, he is stripped of his own modifications, and is laughed at by his own ninjas who then turn to the side of Mater, now "King of all drift racers."



-->'''Starscream''': "Do you not see that you are vastly outnumbered?"
-->'''Wheeljack''': "I see fellas who might vastly enjoy watching me pound some dents into you."
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': When Roger shows up in one episode: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_Pb-EnT560&feature=relmfu "I'm a ninja everybody! I'm doing NINJA stuff now!!"]]

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-->'''Starscream''': "Do -->'''Starscream:''' Do you not see that you are vastly outnumbered?"
-->'''Wheeljack''': "I
outnumbered?\\
'''Wheeljack:''' I
see fellas who might vastly enjoy watching me pound some dents into you."
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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'':
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When Roger shows up in one episode: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_Pb-EnT560&feature=relmfu "I'm a ninja everybody! I'm doing NINJA stuff now!!"]]



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* In a story published during spring training of 2007, Chicago Cubs then-closer (now starter) Ryan Dempster claimed to be training as a ninja. He was joking... we think.
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** Ninja can [[ArrowCatch catch arrows in flight]] - BUSTED! Guinness Book Of Records champion ninja, they shot safety arrows at him. 6 arrows hit him. He jumped away from 3 and caught the 10th arrow; in a real fight, he would have been dead before that 10th arrow. It is possible, but highly impractical.
*** Also Busted because ninjas knew better than to put themselves in a place to get shot at.

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** Ninja can [[ArrowCatch catch arrows in flight]] - BUSTED! Guinness Book Of of Records champion ninja, they shot safety arrows at him. 6 arrows hit him. He jumped away from 3 and caught the 10th arrow; in a real fight, he would have been dead before that 10th arrow. It is possible, but highly impractical.
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impractical. Also Busted because ninjas knew better than to put themselves in a place to get shot at.



* Similar to ''Series/MythBusters'', the show ''FightScience'' also did some work with ninja (also special ops of various nations, and fighters from other schools).

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* Similar to ''Series/MythBusters'', the show ''FightScience'' ''Series/FightScience'' also did some work with ninja (also special ops of various nations, and fighters from other schools).



** UsefulNotes/HattoriHanzo, the MiyamotoMusashi equivalent of ninja, was a part-time ninja: as an Iga retainer in service of the Tokugawa dynasty, he was seen as a retainer with an exceptional special skillset and tactical bravado (earning him the moniker [[RedBaron "Devil Hanzo"]])-- however he was also reknown for swordsmanship excellence, and skills with a spear. His appearance as a ninja nowadays is probably a direct result of his tactical choices that earned him his "Devil" nickname; tactics along the lines of subversion, misinformation, assassination, etc.

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** UsefulNotes/HattoriHanzo, the MiyamotoMusashi UsefulNotes/MiyamotoMusashi equivalent of ninja, was a part-time ninja: as an Iga retainer in service of the Tokugawa dynasty, he was seen as a retainer with an exceptional special skillset and tactical bravado (earning him the moniker [[RedBaron "Devil Hanzo"]])-- however he was also reknown for swordsmanship excellence, and skills with a spear. His appearance as a ninja nowadays is probably a direct result of his tactical choices that earned him his "Devil" nickname; tactics along the lines of subversion, misinformation, assassination, etc.



*** While 'ninjutsu' is not in itself a specific martial art (and for that matter, neither is Karate), there were several styles that ninja tended to use, referred to as 'Ninpo', which include guerilla warfare and espionage training alongside combat techniques. These included such styles as Iga-ryu and Togakure-ryu (the latter of which being what Bujinkan is believed to descend from) which are martial arts themselves.

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*** While 'ninjutsu' "ninjutsu" is not in itself a specific martial art (and for that matter, neither is Karate), there were several styles that ninja tended to use, referred to as 'Ninpo', "Ninpo", which include guerilla warfare and espionage training alongside combat techniques. These included such styles as Iga-ryu and Togakure-ryu (the latter of which being what Bujinkan is believed to descend from) which are martial arts themselves.



8th Sep '16 3:51:29 AM ChrisX
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* Ryu Hayabusa from the ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' and ''Videogame/DeadOrAlive'' franchises. The latter series has a few others, including Kasumi, Hayate, and [[spoiler:their half-sister]] Ayane. Hayabusa in particular has the distinction of being known as the most famous videogame ninja in the eyes of many video game players and [[Pantheon/{{Combat}} is the God of this trope in this site]].

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* Ryu Hayabusa from the ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' and ''Videogame/DeadOrAlive'' franchises. The latter series has a few others, including Kasumi, Hayate, and [[spoiler:their half-sister]] Ayane. Hayabusa in particular has the distinction of being known as the most famous videogame ninja in the eyes of many video game players and [[Pantheon/{{Combat}} is the God of this trope in this site]].players.
29th Aug '16 6:43:25 AM jormis29
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* The Skaven of Clan Eshin in ''WarhammerFantasy'' are essentially ratman-ninjas.

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* The Skaven of Clan Eshin in ''WarhammerFantasy'' ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'' are essentially ratman-ninjas.



* In ''{{Exalted}}'', each type of Exalt has at least one caste that focuses on stealth, deception, and similar acts of larceny. Sidereals fit the ninja archetype best, though, what with their being snapped up and subjected to intensive training within days of Exaltation, their undisputed mastery of martial arts, their residence in a hidden community that most in Creation can't even find, much less enter, and that whole business with the Arcane Fate that makes them all but impossible to track or keep records on (or even, for that matter, remember clearly). The term 'fate-ninja' really sums them up very nicely.

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* In ''{{Exalted}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', each type of Exalt has at least one caste that focuses on stealth, deception, and similar acts of larceny. Sidereals fit the ninja archetype best, though, what with their being snapped up and subjected to intensive training within days of Exaltation, their undisputed mastery of martial arts, their residence in a hidden community that most in Creation can't even find, much less enter, and that whole business with the Arcane Fate that makes them all but impossible to track or keep records on (or even, for that matter, remember clearly). The term 'fate-ninja' really sums them up very nicely.



* The ninja from ''{{GURPS}}: Dungeon Fantasy'' is a mix between the [[NinjaPirateRobotZombie thief, artificer and swashbuckler]], even getting a whole installment of the series devoted to it.

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* The ninja from ''{{GURPS}}: ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}: Dungeon Fantasy'' is a mix between the [[NinjaPirateRobotZombie thief, artificer and swashbuckler]], even getting a whole installment of the series devoted to it.
23rd Aug '16 5:38:36 PM Hallowell
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** Then there's ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaSteel''.

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** Then there's ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaSteel''. And of course the source material, ''Series/ShurikenSentaiNinninger''.
21st Aug '16 7:03:01 AM whereismytea
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* ''Manga/Brave10'' is a fantasy manga[=/=]anime series drawn by Kairi Shimotsuki which centers around the Ten Braves of Sanada Yukimura. The tagline for the series is 'stylish ninja action' and boy there a lot of ninjas in a lot of [[AnachronismStew unique]] [[RummageSaleReject styles]].

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* ''Manga/Brave10'' is a fantasy manga[=/=]anime series drawn by Kairi Shimotsuki which centers around the Ten Braves of Sanada Yukimura. The tagline for the series is 'stylish ninja action' and boy there are a lot of ninjas in a lot of [[AnachronismStew unique]] [[RummageSaleReject styles]].styles]] getting a lot of [[UnwantedHarem action]].
21st Aug '16 7:00:48 AM whereismytea
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* ''Anime/{{Brave 10}}'' is a fantasty manga and now anime series drawn by Kairi Shimotsuki which centers around the Ten Braves of Sanada Yukimura. The tagline for the series is 'stylish ninja action' and boy there a lot of ninjas.

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* ''Anime/{{Brave 10}}'' ''Manga/Brave10'' is a fantasty manga and now anime fantasy manga[=/=]anime series drawn by Kairi Shimotsuki which centers around the Ten Braves of Sanada Yukimura. The tagline for the series is 'stylish ninja action' and boy there a lot of ninjas.ninjas in a lot of [[AnachronismStew unique]] [[RummageSaleReject styles]].
10th Aug '16 9:25:22 PM PaulA
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* ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Shogun]]'' features realistic ninjas, and it's amazing to read James Clavell actually [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready explaining to the reader]] what ninjas are.

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* ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Shogun]]'' ''Literature/{{Shogun}}'' features realistic ninjas, and it's amazing to read James Clavell actually [[YouShouldKnowThisAlready explaining to the reader]] what ninjas are.



* Ninjas using both 'traditional' weapons and explosives attack John Blackthorne and Mariko in the 1980 miniseries ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Shogun]]''.

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* Ninjas using both 'traditional' weapons and explosives attack John Blackthorne and Mariko in the 1980 miniseries ''[[Literature/AsianSaga Shogun]]''.''Literature/{{Shogun}}''.
27th Jul '16 5:10:57 PM TitoMosquito
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** Then there's ''Series/PowerRangersNinjaSteel''.
22nd Jul '16 12:58:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* Gale from [[VirtuaCop Virtua Cop 3]].

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* %%* Gale from [[VirtuaCop [[VideoGame/VirtuaCop Virtua Cop 3]].
11th Jul '16 12:17:47 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Dororo and Koyuki.
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