ninjutsu

ninjitsu noun the traditional Japanese method of espionage; involves stealthy movements and the use of camouflage
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ninjutsu

(from the article `martial art`) ...interested in combat concentrated on arts using the staff, everyday work implements (such as thrashing flails, sickles, and knives), and unarmed ...
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Ninjutsu

While there are several styles of "modern ninjutsu," the historical lineage of these styles is disputed. Some schools and masters claim to be "the only true and legitimate heirs" of the art, but ninjutsu is not totally centralized like modernized martial arts such as judo or taekwondo. Togakure-ryƫ is said to be the oldest recorded form of ni...
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Ninjutsu

This ability is written Ninjutsu (cost). If a player has a Ninja in hand and controls an attacking creature the opponent has declined to block, he or she may pay its ninjutsu cost, return the unblocked creature to his or her hand, and put the Ninja onto the battlefield tapped and attacking. Ninjutsu appears only in Betrayers of Kamigawa and only on
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