Ninjara

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The Student of Stealth
Ninjara
Ninjara.png
Basic Information
Height 5' 10" (179 cm)
Weight 150 lb (68 kg)
Age 21
Affiliation Rasen Ninjutsu University
Stage Ninja College
Hobbies Hiding, reading
Voice Actor Kenji Takahashi
(高橋 研二)
Signature Ninjara signature.png
Official Stats
Size 3/5
Arm Girth 3/5
Speed 5/5
Jumping 4/5
Ninjutsu 5/5
Talking 0/5
Statistics
Grab Damage 150
Walking Speed 123%
Dash Distance 119%
Charge Dash Distance 118%
Max Charge Time 2.1 seconds
Standard ARMS
Biff.jpg
"Now you see him. Now you don't. Now you only THINK you see him... Seriously, is that Ninjara? This "student of stealth" is studying at Ninja College, or as it's officially named, Rasen Ninjutsu University. So let's see if he's got what it takes to pass this test! ...Wait! Where'd he go now?"
—Biff

Ninjara is a playable fighter in ARMS. He is a Japanese college student studying ninjutsu. As a ninja, his gameplay style revolves around stealth, where he can disappear while dashing mid-air or if his opponent tries to punch his shield.

Appearance[edit]

Ninjara appears mostly human except for his red spiraled irises and his coiled chain ARMS. His green hair is pulled up into a topknot in the shape of a four-pointed shuriken, with chain links to hold it in place. He wears a black, green, and blue suit resembling ninja gear, blue goggles made out of chains, and black and green boots.

Backstory[edit]

"Currently training at Ninja College, or as it's officially named, Rasen Ninjutsu University. The ninjutsu techniques of this 'student of stealth' allow him to disappear into thin air and make fools of his opponents! The ARMS Grand Prix doubles as his senior project, and that challenge is the one thing he won't hide from."
Official description


Ninjara is a training ninja student at the Rasen Ninjutsu University who enjoys reading books and hiding like a ninja. He has come to the ARMS tournament to represent his own university.

Abilities[edit]

Ninjara's abilities are designed to evade attacks more easily. For example, each time Ninjara blocks an attack he disappears, thus receiving no shield chip damage, and teleports to a different location, which allows him to counterattack. He can also teleport a short distance in the air while air-dashing.

Version history[edit]

Version history
1.0.0 Added to game.
2.0.0 Fixed issue where Ninjara would not destroy the light boxes on the Ribbon Ring stage when getting up.
3.1.0 After getting some advice from a Ninja College alum, distance traveled when performing a mid-air mist warp has increased. "Mid-air mist warp" refers to the ninja technique performed by dashing after jumping.


Related Badges[edit]

Main article: Badge Stash
Description Reward Design Unlock Criteria
You've fought 50 rounds as
Ninjara?! Didn't see that coming...
Token.svg60 Badge-Fixed-LogoNinjara.png Play as Ninjara 50 times.
That makes 500 rounds
fought as Ninjara! What's the
rank above master ninja again?
Token.svg200 Badge-Fixed-LogoNinjara-Shiny.png Play as Ninjara 500 times.
You've won 100 rounds
against Ninjara! Guess you see
right through those ninja tricks.
Token.svg100 Badge-Fixed-InverseLogoNinjara.png Defeat Ninjara 100 times.
Ninjara's lost 250 rounds
against you! Have you thought
about enrolling in Ninja College?
Token.svg200 Badge-Fixed-InverseLogoNinjara-Shiny.png Defeat Ninjara 250 times.
You reached level 5
in the 2nd Party Crash! Choosing
Ninjara really paid off.
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-Ninjara.png Choose Ninjara in the second Party Crash event and reach level 5 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You made it to level 10
in the 2nd Party Crash?
Ninjara would be so proud.
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-Ninjara-Shiny.png Choose Ninjara in the second Party Crash event and reach level 10 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You reached level 5
in the 9th Party Crash!
Nice work, Ninjara!
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-NinjaraSketchLose.png Choose Ninjara in the ninth Party Crash event and reach level 5 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You reached level 10
in the 9th Party Crash!
Way to be, Ninjara!
Token.svg30 Badge-PartyCrash-NinjaraSketchWin.png Choose Ninjara in the ninth Party Crash event and reach level 10 (no longer obtainable), or get it randomly from the random badges (levels 15-30) obtainable in future Party Crashes.
You've fought in 10 rounds of
Ninjara vs. Misango!
Token.svg60 Badge-Fixed-MatchupNinjaraVsMisango.png Participate in 1-on-1 matches between Ninjara and Misango adding up to a total of ten or more rounds.
You've fought in 10 rounds of
Min Min vs. Ninjara!
Token.svg60 Badge-Fixed-MatchupMinMinVsNinjara.png Participate in 1-on-1 matches between Min Min and Ninjara adding up to a total of ten or more rounds.
You won a battle as Ninjara using
the Slamamander. A true ninja
can master any weapon!
Token.svg30 Badge-Fixed-GlyphNinjara.png Defeat an opponent using Ninjara equipped with the Slamamander on at least one ARM.

Quotes[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Costumes[edit]

Ninjara
Ninjara's Costumes
Default Left Right Down
NinjaraDef.png
Icon-Ninjara.png
Green
NinjaraPink.png
Icon-Ninjara-magenta.png
Magenta
NinjaraRed.png
Icon-Ninjara-red.png
Red
NinjaraLime.png
Icon-Ninjara-light green.png
Light Green

To select a costume, click and hold Lstickclick.svg, then hold Lstick.svg in the direction of the desired costume while confirming with A.svg.

Victory Animations[edit]

Victory ninjara.gif

Promotional Art[edit]

Grand Prix Ending[edit]


Trivia[edit]

  • Ninjara was one of the first characters announced as playable, being revealed alongside the game itself during the Nintendo Switch presentation in January 2017[1].
  • Ninjara was in the original trailer known as "The Elusive Ninja" instead of "The Student of Stealth".
  • Ninjara's voice actor, Kenji Takahashi, also voiced Piston Hondo in another Nintendo game based around punching, Punch-Out!! for the Wii.
  • At any given time while playing as Ninjara, the sound of the chains which make up his ARMS rattling can be heard as he moves around.
  • Ninjara's name is a portmanteau of "ninja" and "jara jara," the Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound of a rattling chain.
  • Ninjara says "Kore nite doron!" during the credits, which translates to "I'm going now." "Doron" is the Japanese onomatopoeia for a ninja vanishing via a smoke screen.
  • Ninjara's logo is a stylized version of the kanji "忍" (lit. nin), meaning conceal, sneak, or spy, and is shaped like a shuriken.

Names in other languages[edit]

Ninjara

Language Name Meaning
 Japanese ニンジャラ
Ninjara
Ninjara
 Chinese 忍者俠
Rěnzhě Xiá
Ninja Man
 Dutch Ninjara Ninjara
 French Ninjara Ninjara
 German Ninjara Ninjara
 Italian Ninjara Ninjara
 Russian Ниндзя Ра
Nindzya Ra
Ninja Ra
 Spanish Ninjara Ninjara

The student of stealth

Language Name Meaning
 Japanese 神出鬼没のクールニンジャ
Shinshutsu-kibotsu no Kūru Ninja
The elusive cool ninja
 Chinese 神出鬼沒的冷酷忍者
Shénchūguǐmò de Lěngkù Rěnzhě
The elusive cool ninja
 Dutch De sluwe schaduwsluiper
De ongrijpbare ninja (original trailer)
The sly shadow creeper
The elusive ninja
 French L'apprenti ninja
Le ninja insaisissable (original trailer)
The apprentice ninja
The elusive ninja
 German Der schleichende Schatten
Der flinke Ninja (original trailer)
The creeping shadow
The nimble Ninja
 Italian El furtivo guerriero
Il ninja sfuggente (original trailer)
The stealthy warrior
The elusive ninja
 Russian Неуловимый
Neulovimyy
Неуловимый ниндзя (original trailer)
Neulovimyy nindzya
Elusive

Elusive ninja
 Spanish El rey del camuflaje
El ninja escurridizo (original trailer)
The king of camouflage
The elusive ninja
 Czech Nepolapitelný ninja elusive ninja
 Hungarian A ravasz ninja The cunning ninja
 Polish Nieuchwytny ninja Elusive ninja
 Portuguese O ninja inapreensível The nonsensitive ninja

References[edit]

  1. Nintendo of America. "Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017", 2017-01-13, retrieved on 2017-05-02.