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There is a vast difference between Ninjas and Samurais but there are also some similarities This will explain each ones history weapons they use and also their codes of honor Lets begin by first looking at their histories In 794-1192 AD the new civilization flourished and with it a new class of wealthy privileged families These families fought with one another in attempts to make or destroy emperors The need for spies informants and now assassins grew as these families dueled for power They were suspicious and jealous of one another and would resort to any means necessary to eliminate any possible threats Therefore the practitioners of nonuse were in great demand With this the ninja was born As the ninja gained popularity so did the stories of their superhuman abilities This reputation was often encouraged by the ninja themselves Powers like having the strength of ten men ability to turn into animals fly and become invisible at will Many small farmers in the 9th century depended on the landowners for their living and loyal bonds developed between master and servant Gradually a network of clans or families grew each with its landowner and followers The government of the country was no longer in control and law and order was kept by the clans The clans armed themselves to protect their own land and people and so the warrior class of Samurai grew His sword was his whole life his soul With this he followed the warriors code of honor the Bushido Ninjas have been known to use a variety of weapons such as small and large swords bow and arrows knives bo staff scythe and chain shuriken and many others When empty handed the ninja are dangerous when armed they are very deadly They have also been known to use various other weapons Samurai basically just used Katanas The Wakizashi which is Shorter than the Katana this sword
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