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  • I noticed the resemblance between Hiruzen, Asuma and Kashin Koji and noticed they all look almost the exact same. Kashin Koji looks exactly like Asuma, but he has Hiruzen's eyes and the stripes young Hiruzen had. He isn't as tall as Asuma though. He looks around Konohamaru's height.

    He was said to be in Anbu and directly under the Third's command. Maybe that's why he was able to infiltrate the leaf so easily. He even knew it's secret password that only a few Jonin and anbu might know and him mentioning about him being linked to the leaf could also mean something. Also, he specifically made a note on Konohamaru when they met each other, when Konohamaru isn't even that well known in the leaf. Overall, he seems way too much powerful compared to Asuma though. It seems he inherited more of Hiruzen's powers than Asuma.

    What my theory is that Kashin Koji was in the same team as Minato and the other guy in team Jiraiya, which is why he knows Rasengan and Toad summoning. I mean, just take a look at the photo of team Jiraiya. The guy in the far left is wearing the same outfit as young Hiruzen ( On second, it's possible that Hiruzen asked Jiraiya to train Kashin Koji ). Also, since Sarutobi clan members are proficient in fire release, it could explain why he has a powerful fire release like True fire of Samadhi. The guy is literally the son of Hiruzen Sarutobi. Kashin Koji is most likely around 10 years older than Asuma, as he was in Minato's generation, with him being around 28 years older than Konohamaru. That would make Kashin Koji around 57 years old now.

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    • While it would be a nice way to give Konohamaru some much needed story time, I don't see it happening.

      From what we can see of his face, Koji looks far too young to me.

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    • About his face, I don't know like maybe that's just how Kishi drew his art?? He has white hair though. Also, when he met Konohamaru, he literally said that he was far too inexperienced to face him, implying he was a lot older than konohamaru by age. I wouldn't be surprised if he was in his 50's. Also, the way he talked to him felt as if Koji knew about Konohamaru quite well, like they were somewhat close.

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    • I dunno, but I'd much rather the writers go your route than the Jiraiya one.

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    • I agree, this is a way better route than having Kashin be Jiraiya.

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    • If it was Konohamaru's father that would be pretty cool.

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    • Didn't Koji, like, tried to kill Konohamaru when they first met?

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    • On the subject of his hair, plenty of characters have white hair when young (Jiraiya being the prime example). It's anime.

      I like the idea but I don't think there's much supporting it yet at this time.

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    • Konohamaru's parents served as ANBU under Hiruzen's command, very unlikely that after Hiruzen's death, Konohamaru's father would just disappear and join Kara for no reason.

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    • He was Anbu, he might've been sent to deep cover, and eventually became a part of Kara. He is trying to take Isshiki down after all

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    • He has had plenty opportunity to kill people in Konoha, yet he chooses not to and instead aims to kill Isshiki. He is either a villain who has his own ideas and plans or he is a agent of Konoha's from one of the previous Kage.

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    • That would also explain how his chakra was registered with the Konoha systems.

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    • FlatZone wrote: He has had plenty opportunity to kill people in Konoha, yet he chooses not to and instead aims to kill Isshiki. He is either a villain who has his own ideas and plans or he is a agent of Konoha's from one of the previous Kage.

      Like I said in a previous comment, didn't Koji literally almost killed Boruto and Konohamaru when they crossed paths for the first time? Not even someone from the ANBU would kill their son, or the Seventh Hokage's kid for that matter, over their mission.... would they?

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    • FlatZone wrote: He has had plenty opportunity to kill people in Konoha, yet he chooses not to and instead aims to kill Isshiki. He is either a villain who has his own ideas and plans or he is a agent of Konoha's from one of the previous Kage.

      How would killing people further any of his possible goals? It would just draw unnecessary attention.

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    • people as in the ones who would be in his way, not just random people since that makes no sense.

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