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真牙 Shinga
Game Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3
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Sex Gender Male Male
Status Deceased
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Shinga (真牙, Shinga) was the main antagonist in Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3. He was a missing-nin from Konohagakure.


Shinga once worked as a scientist under the command of the Third Hokage. With the help of his two subordinates, he created a new technique of untold power, the Jibakugan. Only Shinga knew how to control this technique, causing him to gain a lust for power. He created the demon, Shinki, which could drain chakra from the land. Hearing of Shinga's new discovery and feeling that the technique was morally wrong to use on others, the Third Hokage banned the technique and dispatched Itachi Uchiha to arrest Shinga, but he was able to escape. The Anbu assumed that Shinga died in a mudslide.


Shinga had long grey hair that is very spiky. It spiked up on the front top part of his head. He wore bandages around both of his arms. He had black markings all over his face and a red gem in the centre of his forehead.


Shinga was overconfident and power hungry. His lust for power was so strong that he would do almost anything to obtain more.


Shinga was a brilliant scientist, able to create a new technique called the Jibakugan. Using this technique, he could bring out the victim's negative or hateful emotions within their subconscious, and use them to his advantage. He commented that the Jibakugan was "stronger than hypnosis" and irresistible, but Naruto Uzumaki was able to resist it due to the Nine-Tailed Demon Fox. When merged with the Shinki, Shinga gains a slew of other powers, including the ability to steal chakra from others.

Plot Overview


Shinga merged with Demon Shinki.

Shinga retrieved the demon seed Shinki from the Konoha Sealed Hall and merged with it. This resulted to Tsukigakure being wrapped around by a tree. He was later killed by the combined efforts of Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha.


  • Shinga's name means "true fang" (真牙).
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