Ninja Force

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Banzai: seeking purpose and direction, Robert J. Travalino walked the earth, and went on adventures. In Tibet, he encountered a reclusive ninja master who helped forge him into a weapon that could decide his own destiny. And Robert has since decided to become a GI Joe ninja! Banzai comes in Classic and Saga styles!

Bushido: though he dresses like a samurai, Bushido was actually trained by Snake-Eyes and Storm Shadow. A newer member of the Ninja Force, he has trained to become the very first snow ninja, and excels in hand to hand combat no matter how cold it gets outside! Bushido comes in Classic and Saga styles!

Dojo: a former military man trained in the martial arts by a hidden Ninja, Michael P. Russo isn't your average hand to hand fighter. No, the man is a veritable motormouth, and is constantly cracking wise and engaging in snappy patter with his foes in order to disrupt their concentration! Dojo comes in Classic and Saga styles!


Jinx: a member of the Arashikage family, Kimi naturally became a member of the associated ninja clan. Having also done work for the CIA and the Army in the past, Kimi was a natural fit for the elite GI Joe team - which she is a powerful addition to! Availability:

Jinx (MSH Classic)

Jinx (4C System)

Jinx (Marvel Saga)

Nunchuk: originally a student of the mysterious Blind Master, Ralph eventually came under the tutelage of Storm Shadow himself after his first sensei vanished, well, mysteriously. Soon after, he was skilled enough to join the GI Joe team, as a part of their Ninja Force! Nunchuk comes in Classic and Saga styles!


Scarlett: having trained as a martial artist since she was nine years old, and then being put through more 'dirty tricks' training in the Army, Shana's combat prowess and ability to gain intelligence on various Cobra operations is second to none! Availability:

Scarlett (MSH Classic)

Scarlett (4C System)

Scarlett (Marvel Saga)

Snake-Eyes: a singularly mysterious man, the commando known only as Snake-Eyes has experienced nothing but tragedy in his life. However, he's persevered through the years, and become a true force to be reckoned with - as would any other ninja master! Availability:

Snake-Eyes (MSH Classic)

Snake-Eyes (4C System)

Snake-Eyes (Marvel Saga)

Storm Shadow: Tommy Arashikage, originally Cobra's greatest ninja, eventually broke free of that organization's influence. Turning his life around, he has since joined the GI Joe team, and works to make amends for his many dark deeds! Availability:

Storm Shadow (MSH Classic)

Storm Shadow (4C System)

Storm Shadow (Marvel Saga)

T'Gin-Zu: a student of various martial arts forms for over two decades, Joseph R. Rainone has proven himself to even elite ninja like Storm Shadow! Taken under his wing, that Arashikage warrior has brought Joseph into the ninja clan, and subsequently the GI Joe Ninja Force! T'gin-zu comes in Classic and Saga styles!

T'jbang: Sam has studied under the Arashikage clan's master swordsman, and has taken a vow of silence as a result. The man is silent but deadly, having developed his very own sword techniques in darkened caves throughout Japan - techniques no man or woman has lived to describe! T'jbang comes in Classic and Saga styles!


the Ninja Lightning Cycle: on occasion the GI Joe Ninja Force needs to get somewhere fast - much faster than their already considerable abilities allow them to. At this point they hop onto the Ninja Lightning Cycle - which is fast and quiet - until they open up with some missiles...! the Ninja Lightning Cycle comes in Classic and Saga styles!

the Pile Driver: a strange vehicle from the minds of the Ninja Force, the Pile Driver is naught but a mechanized, rotating hammer of immense size. Its operator (usually the dizzified T'Gin-Zu) spins with the hammer as it knocks anyone foolish enough to get too close into the next century! the Pile Driver comes in Classic and Saga styles!

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