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27th Oct '16 11:24:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* They are [[NotUsingTheZWord never called ninjas]], but the House of Black and White in ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' is basically a ninja school where acolytes are trained to become assassins.

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* They are [[NotUsingTheZWord never called ninjas]], but the House of Black and White in ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is basically a ninja school where acolytes are trained to become assassins.
10th Oct '15 2:43:40 PM nombretomado
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The comic ''NinjaHighSchool'' is the TropeNamer, although it is not (usually) an example of this trope. Compare WizardingSchool, especially in settings like ''{{Naruto}}'' where ninja have more in common with mages than actual ninja, and SpySchool, where other types of secret agents learn their trade.

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The comic ''NinjaHighSchool'' ''ComicBook/NinjaHighSchool'' is the TropeNamer, although it is not (usually) an example of this trope. Compare WizardingSchool, especially in settings like ''{{Naruto}}'' where ninja have more in common with mages than actual ninja, and SpySchool, where other types of secret agents learn their trade.
26th Sep '15 11:57:34 AM Berrenta
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Calling the instructor "teacher" is about the only thing ninja training has in common with schooling. There are no written tests, homework, or grades. You learn the skills and move on when you master them. Don't expect graduates of this [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja School]] to act like [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything real ninjas]].

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Calling the instructor "teacher" is about the only thing ninja training has in common with schooling. There are no written tests, homework, or grades. You learn the skills and move on when you master them. Don't expect graduates of this [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja [[GratuitousNinja Ninja School]] to act like [[ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything real ninjas]].



* In one of the [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja Ninja Specials]] of ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'', Grant, Tory, and Kari try ninja weapons and fail. The narrator suggests that they won't be passing Ninja School anytime soon.

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* In one of the [[InstantAwesomeJustAddNinja [[GratuitousNinja Ninja Specials]] of ''Series/{{Mythbusters}}'', Grant, Tory, and Kari try ninja weapons and fail. The narrator suggests that they won't be passing Ninja School anytime soon.
24th May '15 7:20:18 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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-->-- '''Ron Stoppable''', ''KimPossible''

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-->-- '''Ron Stoppable''', ''KimPossible''
''WesternAnimation/KimPossible''



* The Huntsclan Academy in ''AmericanDragonJakeLong''. Rose even showed Jake that, despite the fact the students there are trained to slay magical creatures (there's even a class named "Dragon Slaying 101"), it was still a school by starting a rumor (Jake needed a distraction).
* Ron Stoppable in ''KimPossible'' gets a special episode where he enters an exchange student program and gets sent to one of these. It partially averts this trope by being a live-in dojo secluded in the mountains, but it still has classes and school staff.
* The Nickelodeon cartoon ''ShurikenSchool''.

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* The Huntsclan Academy in ''AmericanDragonJakeLong''.''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong''. Rose even showed Jake that, despite the fact the students there are trained to slay magical creatures (there's even a class named "Dragon Slaying 101"), it was still a school by starting a rumor (Jake needed a distraction).
* Ron Stoppable in ''KimPossible'' ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' gets a special episode where he enters an exchange student program and gets sent to one of these. It partially averts this trope by being a live-in dojo secluded in the mountains, but it still has classes and school staff.
* The Nickelodeon cartoon ''ShurikenSchool''.''WesternAnimation/ShurikenSchool''.
14th May '15 5:10:06 PM nombretomado
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* Ariadnio in ''GreekNinja'' is this.

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* Ariadnio in ''GreekNinja'' ''Literature/GreekNinja'' is this.
8th May '15 1:11:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Naruto}}'' has a three-year Ninja School in Konoha, and other ninja schools are assumed to exist in the other Hidden Villages (although little is known beyond that supposition).

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* ''{{Naruto}}'' has ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
** There's
a three-year Ninja School in Konoha, and other ninja schools are assumed to exist in the other Hidden Villages (although little is known beyond that supposition).



* ''NintamaRantarou'' is a rare example of a Ninja School that actually teaches actual ninjutsu techniques and has students, graduates and teachers that act like real ninjas (when they carry out their missions). It's reasonably realistic.

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* ''NintamaRantarou'' ''Manga/NintamaRantarou'' is a rare example of a Ninja School that actually teaches actual ninjutsu techniques and has students, graduates and teachers that act like real ninjas (when they carry out their missions). It's reasonably realistic.
11th Jan '15 5:29:14 AM TPPR10
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* The setting of ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' is a conflict between schools of 'good' and 'bad' shinobis. The franchise mix elements from light-hearted comedic highscool anime with some of the most serious ninja tropes : basically, the characters are cute highschool girls who kill scores of other students.

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* The setting of ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' is a conflict between schools of 'good' and 'bad' shinobis.shinobi. The franchise mix elements from light-hearted comedic highscool anime with some of the most serious ninja tropes : basically, the characters are cute highschool girls who kill scores of other students.
4th Jan '15 10:27:03 AM TPPR10
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* The setting of ''{{Senran Kagura}}'' is a conflict between schools of 'good' and 'bad' ninjas. The franchise mix elements from light-hearted comedic highscool anime with some of the most serious ninja tropes : basically, the characters are cute highschool girls who kill scores of other students.
** Althought Hanzo academy seems to be a normal school with special classes for an handful of secret ninja students, Hebijo is a much more straightforward ninja school.


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* The setting of ''VideoGame/SenranKagura'' is a conflict between schools of 'good' and 'bad' shinobis. The franchise mix elements from light-hearted comedic highscool anime with some of the most serious ninja tropes : basically, the characters are cute highschool girls who kill scores of other students.
** Althought Hanzo academy seems to be a normal school with special classes for an handful of secret shinobi students, Hebijo is a much more straightforward ninja school.
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7th Apr '14 6:15:35 AM LadyJafaria
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The comic ''NinjaHighSchool'' is the TropeNamer, although it is not (usually) an example of this trope. Compare WizardingSchool, especially in settings like ''{{Naruto}}'' where ninja have more in common with mages than actual ninja.

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The comic ''NinjaHighSchool'' is the TropeNamer, although it is not (usually) an example of this trope. Compare WizardingSchool, especially in settings like ''{{Naruto}}'' where ninja have more in common with mages than actual ninja.ninja, and SpySchool, where other types of secret agents learn their trade.
1st Apr '14 8:12:05 AM Ladioss
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* The setting of ''Senran Kagura'' is a conflict between schools of 'good' and 'bad' ninjas.

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* The setting of ''Senran Kagura'' ''{{Senran Kagura}}'' is a conflict between schools of 'good' and 'bad' ninjas.ninjas. The franchise mix elements from light-hearted comedic highscool anime with some of the most serious ninja tropes : basically, the characters are cute highschool girls who kill scores of other students.
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