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Edited by Gaara at 2013-12-16 19:08 |
Intro: This guide will explain what is needed to unlock each Ninja and also explain each ninja's strong points and weaknesses. I will also be going over some basic strategies using each of them to help players understand their potential. Note: none of this material is official and is mostly based off my experiences and opinions. By no means is this the way to recruit or use your ninja as they are your own squad and you can do as you please.
Update: Added Basic jade inlay strategies for each character
There are 4 types of ninja in Ultimate Naruto at the moment: Great Jutsu(Vanguard), Taijutsu, Ninjutsu, and Genjutsu. No one type is absolute and no one type is imbalanced as all types have a role to play within your team.
Each ninja is assigned a grade ranging from D to SSS, this indicates how powerful a ninja may become over time because a ninja with a high grade has better base stats and the growth they receive every level is raised.
Ninja are also given a color name from blue to purple to yellow to red. These names indicate why type of S.Weapons each ninja can hold but it is also known that the higher the color the stronger the ninja (Your main ninja can also change color names by completing S.Ability scrolls).
Blue Quality Ninja
Ino DUnlock: Lv.15 Tavern (50 blue souls)
Talent: Chakra Talent (Raises Chakra by a certain amount)
Type: Genjutsu (Scroll user)
Jutsu: Healing Jutsu
Jade Inlay: Chakra/Agility/Power
Strategy: One of the most basic strategies I use is early on with Ino is to to put speed on her and a lot of it. She heals my vanguard so my vanguard can counterattack kill my opponents support line/assault line.
Comments: One of the most useful ninja to get on your team as most lineups will have a healer until about level 50 once better ninja are attainable. She is a blue ninja so she will be much weaker than her purple counterpart Sakura because he isn't able to equip many S.weapons. Worth the 50 souls to unlock
Choji Akemichi C
Unlock: Lv.15 Tavern (50 blue souls)
Talent: Block Talent( Block rate is increased a certain amount)
Type: Great Jutsu
Jutsu: Human Boulder
Jade Inlay: Block/Power/Counter/Dodge
Strategy: A block tank is easiest as this character is probably not one many people will have on their team but if you decide to add him you have raise his block rate and make sure he has the HP to eat attacks
Comments: This character is replaced by Hinata when she is unlocked. It's a good vanguard on day one and does a good job but with it being only a blue ninja there isn't much it can do that Hinata isn't better at.
Unlock: Lv. 15 Tavern (50 blue souls)
Talent: Force Talent
Jutsu: Three Puppets
Jade Inlay: Force/Critical
Strategy: Kankuro is used to rush the vanguard, his attack doesn't have a debuff but it hits hard and with enough crit rate he could hit hard. After your main character hits the vanguard with the attack the causes a defense debuff Kankuro could really break it down and get the most power out of his attack
Comments: Kankuro is a generic ninja, subpar stats and a bad grade really hurt him. On top of that his skill is strong but there is no debuff to assist it. If you don't have a member of your team and really want to pick up something Kankuro is the ninja for you but you should replace him as soon as possible as he becomes obselete quickly.
Neji Hyuuga B
Unlock: Ninja Club (15 Hyuuga clan curse seals)
Talent: Force Talent (Raises force by a certain amount)
Jutsu: Eight Trigrams Sixty Four Palms
Jade Inlay: Force/Critical/Hit/S.Attack
Strategy: Neji is the Hinata beater, his skill debuff reduces block rate by 15 percent for 3 rounds which sets up so not only he can attack better but his entire team can as well. Add this with your main's or Shikamaru's defense decrease and it's too easy. Also Neji's jutsu hits a few times and adding crits to his character can crush foes.
Comments: Neji is really good because he hits hard and his debuff does do wonders. He is also free by doing quest so there's no reason to not add him to your team, he is far better than the other choices you have starting out but is easily replaceable later on as you get higher quality ninja. Neji is also upgradeable but it's not worth it unless you find the materials in treasure hunts. Don't waste your sigin in points unless you have to.
Zabuza Momochi B
Unlock: Ninja Club (16 Haku Tears)
Talent: Cold Blood (Increases crit rate)
Jutsu: Silent Killing
Jade Inlay: Force/Critical/S.Attack/Hit
Strategy: Zabuza is a monster, his entire build is offensive. High crit and a hard hitting skill with a buff to boost damage 6 percent he sweep teams within a few turn if the opportunity arises.
Comments: Zabuza is strong don't get me wrong but is he worth sign in points for the Ninja club materials? Nope. Only get Zabuza if you can gather what you need from treasure hunting and that alone. A blue ninja can only go so far. He is also upgradeable and if you can do that without spending your sign in points then Zabuza is a great team member.