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The ninja is often thought to be one of the sneakiest, most effective and most skilled special forces unit and they didn’t even need to use firearms. Whether you’re a fan of Japanese culture is not important. There’s always a bit to learn from these silent warriors. From the history of the ninja to their fa rite weapons here are ninja weapons and equipment.
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13. History of the Ninja
The Ninja has been considered to be one of the most effectively, and trained special forces unit throughout history and their missions including anything from espionage, infiltration, assassination, and guerilla warfare. Despite being stealthy, they managed to uphold a strict code of honor and have existed since the 12 century. Although they’ve often been associated with legends and movies, the tale of the ninja is quite. When Japan is ruled by a feudal system, rival clans would begin to train what we know of today as true ninjas. The original ninjas first used the mountains of the Mie Prefecture to train in secret and to remain hidden from the public. The ninjas would raid castles or outposts of rival clans and destroy them in the middle of the night. Many innovative weapons and equipment were utilized with effectiveness to scale castle walls or to swiftly eliminate enemy targets. After a while various castles made improvements to combat the activities of ninjas such as
12.. Ninja Vs Samurai
During feudal Japan, the Samurai were like the knights of Europe who would often own much land and would be the ones who would typically hire the ninjas to do their dirty work. The samurai lived by a special code of honor known as a bushido which would dictate how they would fight and conducting themselves on a daily basis. For example, it was much more honorable to die in battle than surrendering which was an idea live and well up until the 20th century in Japan. Samurai only took orders from the emperor and wore much more noticable armor as opposed to the tight black Ninjas may have been farmers or of a much lower class and would often transform farming tools into bonafide ninja weapons. Their code of honor was much less strict which allowed to using guerilla tactics. Both were extremely skilled in weaponry and feared by the masses for their ability to execute
11. Cane Swords
Typically disguised to look like a cane or a piece of Bamboo, Ninjas would be able to pack some serious steel by using something like this and still rest incognito. Also known as the shikomizue a ninja could just pretend to be an old man hobbling down the street with a cane, which would allow them to get closer to their intended target. Being able to discreetly carry a weapon wold ensure that they arouse as little suspicious as possible Moving silently was key and then they would unsheathe the sword which will have a blade similar to a katana.