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The villagers may send their recommendations for a jōnin appointment. The Kage reads said recommendations and may consider appointing an individual a jōnin if his or her qualities are recognised as adequate by enough people and himself. <ref>''Naruto'' Anime Profiles Databook</ref> <ref>''Naruto 6: Road to Ninja''</ref> however there was mention of a Jōnin Exam in the anime's [[Kurama Clan Arc]].<ref>''Naruto'' episode 207</ref> When a ninja becomes a jōnin, they may be assigned a three-man [[genin]] team to supervise. One part of their duties is to help instruct and train these genin to become competent ninja. In [[Konohagakure]], it is up to the jōnin to decide whether a candidate [[Hokage]] would be given the position permanently. They also have a special rank known as [[Jōnin Commander]]. Shinobi who have jōnin-level skills only in a specialised area are classified as [[Tokubetsu Jōnin]].
 
The villagers may send their recommendations for a jōnin appointment. The Kage reads said recommendations and may consider appointing an individual a jōnin if his or her qualities are recognised as adequate by enough people and himself. <ref>''Naruto'' Anime Profiles Databook</ref> <ref>''Naruto 6: Road to Ninja''</ref> however there was mention of a Jōnin Exam in the anime's [[Kurama Clan Arc]].<ref>''Naruto'' episode 207</ref> When a ninja becomes a jōnin, they may be assigned a three-man [[genin]] team to supervise. One part of their duties is to help instruct and train these genin to become competent ninja. In [[Konohagakure]], it is up to the jōnin to decide whether a candidate [[Hokage]] would be given the position permanently. They also have a special rank known as [[Jōnin Commander]]. Shinobi who have jōnin-level skills only in a specialised area are classified as [[Tokubetsu Jōnin]].
 
== Trivia ==
 
* According to [[Temari]], [[Shikamaru]] can easily become a jōnin if he stops complaining about how much of a "drag" everything is.<ref>''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 7</ref>
 
   
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

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See also: Ninja Ranks

Jōnin

Asuma, Kurenai and Kakashi, three of Konoha's jōnin.

Jōnin (上忍, Jōnin, Literally meaning: High Ninja, Meaning (Viz): Elite Ninja) are generally highly-experienced shinobi with great individual skill who serve as military captains. They are often sent on A-rank missions, and experienced jōnin may even be sent on S-rank missions (which are considered to be the greatest difficulty). It is not unusual for jōnin to go on missions alone. Jōnin are generally able to use at least two types of elemental chakra,[1] proficient genjutsu, and decent taijutsu skills.

The villagers may send their recommendations for a jōnin appointment. The Kage reads said recommendations and may consider appointing an individual a jōnin if his or her qualities are recognised as adequate by enough people and himself. [2] [3] however there was mention of a Jōnin Exam in the anime's Kurama Clan Arc.[4] When a ninja becomes a jōnin, they may be assigned a three-man genin team to supervise. One part of their duties is to help instruct and train these genin to become competent ninja. In Konohagakure, it is up to the jōnin to decide whether a candidate Hokage would be given the position permanently. They also have a special rank known as Jōnin Commander. Shinobi who have jōnin-level skills only in a specialised area are classified as Tokubetsu Jōnin.

See Also

References

  1. Naruto chapter 316, page 5
  2. Naruto Anime Profiles Databook
  3. Naruto 6: Road to Ninja
  4. Naruto episode 207
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