Kakashi Hatake is a Jônin from the hidden village of Konoha. He is the leader of Team 7 composed of Naruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiwa and Sakura Haruno.He is known throughout the world under the nickname of "Copying Ninja" for his use of Sharingan. This Sharingan was given to him by his childhood friend and teammate, Obito Uchiwa just before he died, as a gift for being promoted to the rank of Jônin at only 13 years old. Indeed, since his youngest age Kakashi is considered a genius, he is an extremely talented shinobi, he inherited this from his father: Sakumo Hatake, "the White Fang of Konoha" an exceptional ninja who even overshadowed the Three legendary Sannin of Konoha.Kakashi excels in all fields, Taijutsu, Ninjutsu able to copy all the techniques he sees and Genjutsu thanks to his sharingan. He has a very good mastery of Sharingan while he has no link with Uchiwa clan: he is able to use Magekyô and even Susanoo, the ultimate technique of the Magekyô holders.On the level of his personality, Kakashi is a solitary ninja, rather calm and there is one rule that is dear to his heart, it is spirit and teamwork. He is ready to do anything to protect his friends, for him it's a priority even if it means failing a mission. Moreover, it is the first value he instills in his students.Through this POP figurine, Funko represents Kakashi Hatake the famous ninja copycat of the hidden village of Konoha. He still wears his famous mask hiding half of his face. Nevertheless this time, his sharingan is not hidden by his Konoha's frontal band. Indeed, he is in an attacking position, using his favorite technique, the only technique he has created: "Lightning strike or Raikiri", an accumulation of a large amount of lightning type chakra in the hand allowing him to pierce his opponent at full speed.We can also notice that Funko insisted on the lightning side in this figure by highlighting the flow of lightning coming out of his hand, which gives a brighter aspect to this Pop.
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