Supporting Kage Sasuke Uchiha

A super special rare card.

The Extreme: Shinobi Picture Scrolls (激・忍絵巻, Geki: Shinobi Emaki) is a collectable card game depicting several historical shinobi. Each pack contains ten random cards and costs 30 ryō. Each card has a rarity level, some sort of stats, a picture along with a description and a village affiliation. Sometimes, the shinobi also has a special title, such as "Seventh Hokage". The cards are very popular amongst civilian and shinobi children alike, so much that some stores limit each customer to three purchases.

During his trip to Konohagakure, Tentō Madoka insisted on purchasing an entire store when told that he was limited to only three purchases. Boruto Uzumaki is shown to collect and add them to an album for safe keeping. Tentō also keeps his cards in an album and has bought so many that he has duplicates.

Shinobi Rarity Edition
Asuma Sarutobi
Fourth Hokage Minato Namikaze SSR
Hiashi Hyūga (novel only) R
Hinata Uzumaki: Santa Ver. SSR Christmas Version
Ino Yamanaka R
Kakashi Hatake
Kakashi Hatake: Santa Ver. SR Christmas Version
Legendary Sannin Jiraiya: Santa Ver. SSR Christmas Version
Legendary Sannin Orochimaru SSR
Might Guy
Naruto Uzumaki R
Rock Lee
Sakura Haruno
Sasuke Uchiha
Seventh Hokage Naruto Uzumaki SSR
Sharingan Mode Kakashi Hatake Limited Edition
Shikamaru Nara R
Shino Aburame C
Shino Aburame: Reindeer Ver. C Christmas Version
Supporting Kage Sasuke Uchiha SSR
Tobirama Senju


  • In Boruto chapter 12, there are two blurred cards that resemble Kurenai Yūhi and Neji Hyūga.
  • In Naruto Shinden: Family Day, Hiashi Hyūga disapproves of his card's low rarity, believing it inaccurately reflects his long and accomplished ninja career. Hinata tries to reassure him that rarity is determined by the cards' manufacturer and is not truly representative of anything. Hanabi suggests that, if Hiashi performed a mission of Hokage or Sannin-caliber, that would raise the rarity of his card.
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