What were a ninja’s throwing stars called?
What made the Iga and Koga regions of Japan effective ninja strongholds?
What was one of the infamous Hattori Hanzo’s nicknames?
According to legend, how did Mochizuki Chiyome secretly train her army of ninja assassins?
How was Ishikawa Goemon, the ninja Robin Hood, killed?
What strange method did ninjas use to pass secret messages?
What simple accessory could be a female ninja’s most deadly weapon?
Neko-te, or “cat hand,” is the Japanese word for what kind of hidden weapon?
What strange technique did ninjas use to tell the time?
Where was a common place for ninjas to hide poison, needles, or small weapons?
What were some of the disciplines that a fledgling ninja trained in?
What insects would Ninjas use to help them move secretively?
What were some of the abilities that have been attributed to ninjas over the years?
How would ninja families begin training their children?
Ninjas didn’t actually wear black. Why would an all black outfit have been a bad idea?
What were some of a ninja’s most important duties?
What common tool would ninjas commonly use as a deadly weapon?
The word ninja only started being used in the 20th century. What were ninjas usually called instead?
What was one of a ninja’s most common guises?
Why would ninjas rarely use a large sword like a Samurai’s katana?
What would ninjas use to create their smoke bombs?
What were female ninjas called?
Why did samurai hire ninjas?
Which of the following was one of a ninja’s methods of infiltration?
Why did very few historians or poets write about ninjas?
How did the legendary Yamoto Takeru kill two enemy chiefs?
Which of the following were ranks in ninja guilds?
What was a countermeasure that people used to fend off ninja strikes?
How did ninjas at the Siege of Osaka get their own forces to retreat?
What did a ninja use to treat an injured general at the Battle of Sekigahara?
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