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Nago

(Nagō, ナゴ)

Personal

Birthdate

Astrological Sign Scorpio October 28

Gender

Gender Male Male

Species

Boar, Deity

Age

523

Height

Varies

Weight

Varies

Blood type

A

Classification

  • Summon
  • "Sealed Beast" is not in the list of possible values (ANBU, Cooking-nin, Daimyō, Hunter-nin, Jinchūriki, Medical-nin, Missing-nin, Ninja monk, S-rank, Sage, Samurai, Sannin, Sensor, Summon, Tailed beast) for this property.
    Sealed Beast
Unique Traits

  • Immense Strength
  • Size-Shifting
  • Can absorb Chakra
Summoner

Nagō is a massive, wild boar who made his home in the mountainous regions around Ishigakure. Due to his violently aggressive nature, as well as his territorial views, Nagō would frequently attack travelers, as well as occasionally attacking the village itself. For this reason, it was decided that the beast would be sealed into an individual, similar to a Bijuu, as killing him did not seem to be an option.

Appearance

Nagō is an enormous, muscular boar, with short brown fur and beady, yellow eyes. Most of his body is covered with small, leech-like appendages, which he can detach seemingly at will. 

Abilities

Nagō is unique among many of the beasts and creatures of the world in that he is capable of altering his size, from his 'default' (4meters in height), to rivaling a Biju (480meters in height). This makes him especially difficult to track between rampages, as he can return to his normal size and disappear into the mountains.

Regardless of his chosen size, however, Nagō possesses incredible strength and durability. He was capable of demolishing both man-made and natural structures with relative ease, and his iron hide was nearly impervious to many attacks. Unlike a Biju, Nagō possesses no great degree of intelligence, and is incapable of communication with humans. He is driven purely by instinct and aggression, lending to him being rather easy to trick.

Additionally, the leech-like growths covering much of his body are capable of absorbing the chakra from beings in contact with him, whether or not they remain attached to his body.

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