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Naruto: The 9 Tailed Beasts, Ranked From Weakest To Strongest

The Narutoseries features plenty of powerful ninja and jutsu, but the strongest weapon used by far is none other than the Tailed Beasts created by the Sage of Six Paths himself. Although they are collectively called the Tailed-Beasts or the more derogatory Chakra Beasts, they are massive chakra forms that can do enormous damage.

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They have been captured, placed into humans, and extracted various times throughout the anime as a tool in powerplayーbut they do each have personalities, as well as several tails, or something else, that show which one they are. Here they are, ranked from strongest to weakest.

9 Shukaku

Shukaku is the One-Tails who resides inside of Gaara. Besides Kurama, Shukaku was one of the first Tailed Beasts the Naruto series introduced. Shukaku is one of the reasons Gaara has the Ulimate Defense.

Other than his childish personality, Shukaku has advance sealing techniques that far outrank the other Tailed Beasts, despite being considered the weakest.

8 Matatabi

Matatabi is the Two-Tails who resided inside of the deceased Hidden Cloud Village kunoichi, Yugito Nii. She is very polite and has Fire Release, which she can lend to other Tailed Beasts.

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She can also fuse with other Tailed Beasts, which enables her to crush a full Susanoo. She is also the fastest out of all other Tailed Beasts, and was able to outrun most humans who wished to capture her. Although she was ultimately captured, it took more effort than the others to finally extract her from Yugito.

7 Isobu

Isobu is the Three-Tails who resided inside of the deceased Four Mizukage, Yagura Karatachi. Isobu is a toss up, as it managed to befriend Yagura when he was alive.

It was able to defeat its opponents with sea coral, as well as swim at fast speeds. In the water, Isobu would surely winーalthough it would lose a match on the ground.

6 Son Goku

Son Goku is the Four-Tails who resided inside of the deceased Hidden Stone Village ninja, Roshi. Along with being able to create a Tailed Beast Bomb, Don Goku was an interesting Tailed Beast.

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Out of all other Tailed Beast, Son Goku knew how to use taijutsu as well as had immense strength, being based on the Monkey King from Journey to the West. Its no wonder that Son Goku's design is based on a monkey and has the strength to back it up.

5 Kokuo

Kokuo is the Five-Tails who resided inside of the deceased Hidden Stone Village Ninja, Han. At the end of the Ninja War, Kokuo decided to live in a forest to avoid any conflicts.

As one of the strongest Tailed Beasts, Kokuo used its horn to ram its enemies as well as various jutsu to defeat its opponents. It could also increase the temperature of its chakra to scald others.

4 Saiken

Saiken is the Six-Tails who resided inside of the deceased Hidden Mist Ninja, Utakata. Saiken is a slug who is capable of using Water Release, and also share its chakra with other Tailed Beasts.

Also, by using Water Release: Starch Syrup Capturing Field, Saiken is capable of trapping its enemies. Unlike the other Tailed Beasts with not much tails, Saiken can also withstand being thrown by other Tailed Beastsーas it was once thrown by Kurama and was fine afterward. Although it's slow in comparison to other Tailed Beasts, it's durability is no joke. 

3 Chomei

Chomei is the Seven-Tails who resided inside of the deceased Village Hidden by a Waterfall kunoichi, Fu. Chomei and Fu were friends before her death. Chomei can use its wings to blind other with a mist as well as create a cocoon.

This cocoon can slow down Chakra Absorption Jutsu. Although Chomei usually uses jutsu that is based on insects, it also has immense durability because of it being a Tailed Beast with more tails than the others. The main advantage Chomei has is that it can fly through the air and stop an opponent in its tracks, making it a tough Tailed Beast.

2 Gyuki

Gyuki is the Eight-Tails who resides inside Killer B. Gyuki is the second most strongest Tailed Beast compared to Kurama and can use its octopus tails to deal tons of damage. Besides this, Gyuki can also dispel B's chakra and expel any genjutsuーbesides Infinite Tsukuyomi.

Gyuki's strength was truly shown when Sasuke fought against Killer B and it was able to dispel Amaterasu with its bare fists. Not only thisーbut Gyuki was able to overwhelm two Tailed Beasts at once with not much effort involved. As the only Tailed Beast tamed by B, Gyuki and Kurama have many similarities.

1 Kurama

Kurama is the Nine-Tails who resides inside of Naruto. One of the reasons why everyone feared Kurama was not only because he destroyed the Hidden Leaf Village, but because he is the strongest of all Tailed Beastsーnext to the Ten-Tails.

Not only can Kurama kill others with one fingernailーwhich is the case with Minato and Kushinaーbut he can create a barrage of Tailed Beast Bombs and cause immense destruction with little effort. There's a reason why others feared Naruto so much as being the strongest Jinchurikiーand it was mainly because he had the strongest Tailed Beast sealed inside of him.

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Naruto: Every Tailed Beast & Jinchuriki In The Series

The mythology of the Tailed Beasts and their Jinchuriki is central to the Naruto story, but you don't need a catchy song to remember them all.

Here are all of the Tailed Beasts in Naruto, as well as the Jinchuriki who carry them. The world of Naruto is full of flashy chakra blasts and monstrous summons, but one of Masashi Kishimoto's more inventive concepts are the Bijuu, or Tailed Beasts. These creatures originated from the chakra tree of the villainous Otsutsuki clan, which transformed into the incredibly powerful ten-tailed monster. In order to avert widespread destruction, the Sage of Six Paths split the ten-tails into nine smaller creatures, which would go on to become the fabled Tailed Beasts of Naruto.

These creatures either roam the land as wild, untamed demons, or are used as weapons of war by the various ninja villages, maintaining the balance of power between nations. In order to harness the immense power held within each of the Bijuu, the beasts would often be contained within a human host, known as a Jinchuriki. The joining of human and beast creates a symbiotic relationship between the two. Some pairings are harmonious and respectful, while others emphasize the servitude of the Tailed Beasts, turning them against humanity. Depending on the skill of the Jinchuriki, the creature's power can be drawn out in battle, but loss of control results in the beast escaping its human cell and going on a rampage.

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Although Naruto and the Nine-Tails are obviously the most prominent Bijuu and Jinchuriki tandem in the series, Kishimoto eventually introduces the full set, who become increasingly important later in the story. As Naruto's Tailed Beast lore became more complex, the anime released a devilishly catchy "Bijuu Counting Song" to help fans remember the basics, which is well worth checking out for comedy value alone. These are all the tailed beasts of Naruto.

One-Tails - Shukaku

Shukaku is most closely affiliated with the Hidden Sand village, and his first known Jinchuriki was the priest Bunpuku. The clergyman was followed by another host not important enough to be named, before Shukaku was placed inside an unborn Gaara, still in his mother’s womb. Shukaku's physical design is based on a tanuki - a Japanese raccoon dog. He's also an immensely proud Bijuu, constantly trying to compensate for being single-tailed, and considers Kurama his fiercest rival. In terms of abilities, Shukaku specializes in manipulating sand, making him the perfect mascot of his village and an ideal companion for Gaara. Their relationship began uneasily due to Shukaku’s ability to control Jinchuriki in their sleep, but as Gaara grew stronger, he was able to utilize the Bijuu's power more effectively. Finally, inspired by Naruto and Kurama, Gaara began treating Shukaku as an equal, not a weapon.

Two-Tails - Matatabi

Matatabi is a prime example of how tailed beasts were exploited by ninja in past ages. Captured by Konoha's Hashirama Senju, Matatabi was sold to the Hidden Cloud as part of a deal supposed to foster peace and balance between the five major villages. The only known Matatabi Jinchuriki is Yugito Nii, who inherited the monster as a child. Yugito would go on to become a Jonin in her village, learning control over her Bijuu - a process potentially made easier by Matatabi being one of the less aggressive tailed beasts. Matatabi bears the appearance of two mythological Japanese folk monsters - the Bakeneko and the Kasha, but the Naruto version is covered in blue flame (because why not). As implied by its design, Matatabi uses fire-based techniques, arguably making the creature a better fit for Konoha than the Hidden Cloud.

Three-Tails - Isobu

Like Matatabi, Isobu was sold by Hashirama as part of the Five Kage Summit agreement, this time to the Hidden Mist village. When war inevitably broke out, Isobu was forcibly sealed within Konoha's Rin Nohara with the intention of releasing her upon an unsuspecting Leaf. Aware of the plot, Rin sacrificed herself so she wouldn't accidentally hurt the people she loved. When a Jinchuriki dies, their tailed beast restores over time, and the revived Isobu was eventually placed into Yagura Karatachi, the Hidden Mist's Fourth Mizukage. Isobu is loose in the wild when introduced in the Naruto timeline, meaning Yagura must've died and Isobu was restored a second time. Isobu primarily uses water techniques, explaining the beast's long-standing affiliation with the Hidden Mist.

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Four-Tails - Son Goku

Son Goku was sold to the Hidden Rock village and came to be sealed within a ninja called Roshi. Compared to many Bijuu/Jinchuriki pairings, Roshi and Son Goku shared a respectful relationship, but the shinobi came to regret never learning his beast's true name. Resembling a monkey, Son Goku was inspired by the Monkey King character from the legendary Chinesestory Journey to the West. It's impossible to ignore the connection to Dragon Balltoo, which Masashi Kishimoto has admitted was a huge influence upon Naruto. Son Goku's signature techniques were lava-based, and this power is later adopted by Naruto. By the end of the original series, a piece of each tailed beast's chakra resides within Naruto Uzumaki, allowing him to combine the Rasengan with Son Goku's lava.

Five-Tails - Kokuo

Kokuo joined Son Goku in the Hidden Rock and eventually passed to a powerful ninja known as Han. Like many other Jinchuriki, Han was killed when the Akatsuki (secretly led by the evil Madara Uchiha) began collecting the Tailed Beasts, forcibly extracting each critter from their human hosts. Kokuo is one of the less prominent Bijuu in Naruto, but is seen using steam nature release (a blend of fire and water) - even though it seems to prefer a quiet life in the forest. Where most of Naruto's tailed beasts are based on mythical monsters and legends, Kishimoto revealed that Kokuo is a mixture of a horse and dolphin. Boruto: Naruto Next Generations reveals that Kokuo, along with Matatabi and Chomei, distanced themselves from humanity after Naruto freed them.

Six-Tails - Saiken

Along with Isobu, Saiken belonged to the Hidden Mist village, the idea being that each village's beasts would total roughly nine tails (apart from the Sand). This was to keep the power balance relatively equal, as the more tails a Bijuu possesses, the stronger they're considered to be. Saiken was sealed within Utakata, who began as a Hidden Mist villager but later abandoned his home during their dark "Bloody Mist" phase. Utakata was another Jinchuriki killed by the Akatsuki for their inner beast, and the bubble-wielding ninja starred in a memorable Naruto filler arc, which fleshed out his story. Saiken possesses water-based abilities, a slug-like appearance, and can attack with sticky and corrosive substances.

Seven-Tails - Chomei

Chomei was formerly sealed within Fu, a female ninja from the Hidden Waterfall, after being sold to the village by Hashirama. This was unusual, since the Waterfall isn't one of Naruto's five major nations, but were considered powerful enough to be included in the arrangement. Naruto flashbacks show each of the tailed beasts as babies, soon after their creation by the Sage of Six Paths, but while most of these young creatures are cuter, smaller versions of their present-day selves, Chomei actually took a larval state, reflecting its insect-like design as an adult. Chomei is similar to a Japanese rhinoceros beetle, and compared to its Bijuu kin, is remarkably placid and laid-back.

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Eight-Tails - Gyuki

Gyuki was sold to the Hidden Cloud village along with Matatabi, but the nation struggled to find a Jinchuriki who could control it. One of these was Blue B, the nephew of the Third Raikage, but after Gyuki went on a rampage, the Raikage was forced to seal him away, causing his nephew’s tragic death. Gyuki was ultimately sealed within Killer Bee, the Third Raikage’s adopted son, who surprisingly proved himself a compatible host. Bee befriended his Bijuu through the power of rap... or something, and their relationship became perfectly two-way, allowing the ninja to draw out Eight-Tails' power at will. Even after Gyuki was forcibly extracted from Killer Bee during the Fourth Great Shinobi War, he was later re-sealed into his former host. Gyuki is an ox-like yokai with sheep horns and tentacle tails, and is regarded as the second strongest bijuu.

Nine-Tails - Kurama

As the only Bijuu not captured by the First Hokage, Kurama roamed in the wild for many years until he was found by Madara Uchiha and forced to fight Hashirama. The First Hokage emerged victorious, and Kurama was sealed within his wife, Mito Uzumaki, before being transferred to Kushina Uzumaki. Despite valiant attempts to protect Kushina during her labor, Obito extracted Kurama and wreaked havoc on the Hidden Leaf. Eventually, Kushina and Minato restrained Kurama and sealed half the demon fox in the Fourth Hokage himself, and the other half in their newborn son - a certain Naruto Uzumaki. Kurama resembles a kitsune, a mythical Japanese nine-tailed fox, and is regarded as the most powerful of the Bijuu. Initially, Kurama would only offer his aid when Naruto's life was in danger. With help from his mother, Naruto harnessed Kurama's power, but only by becoming friends was the full potential of their Jinchuriki and Bijuu partnership unleashed.

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In Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Kurama reveals a whole new level to Naruto's Jinchuriki power - Baryon Mode. The Seventh Hokage literally burns through his Bijuu's chakra to defeat Isshiki Otsutsuki, not realizing that doing so would actually kill the Nine-Tails forever.

The Ten Tails (Juubi)

All above Tailed Beasts listed above were created through the Juubi - the ten-tailed beast brought to Earth by the dimension-hopping Otsutsuki clan. Like the Otsutsuki, the exact origin of the Ten-Tails is unknown. The villains travel to other worlds in pairs and unleash their Juubi, which transforms into a God Tree and, under the right conditions, yields a chakra fruit. These tasty treats sustain the Otsutsuki clan's long lives and incredible power. Despite being the progenitor of Naruto's Tailed Beasts, three powerful characters have played host to the Juubi - the Sage of Six Paths, Obito Uchiha, and Madara Uchiha. The power of the Ten-Tails is virtually unlimited, with no affinity towards one nature over another.

Isshiki Otsutsuki's Juubi

As if one Juubi wasn't bad enough in Naruto, the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations sequel series introduces a second monster. Boruto alters Kaguya Otsutsuki's backstory, revealing that she and Isshiki arrived together, only for the Rabbit Goddess to betray her partner and steal the Juubi (and, more importantly, its chakra fruit) for herself. Isshiki survived in the body of a human monk called Jigen, plotting his revenge and founding the villainous organization known as Kara. At some point during this period, Isshiki took possession of another Ten-Tails, which he keeps in an alternate dimension under constant guard, and is only accessible to those capable of dimensional travel, such as Sasuke Uchiha. Though Boruto hasn't yet revealed the origin of Isshiki's Ten Tails, the beast is clearly smaller and younger than Kaguya's from the Fourth Great Shinobi War. Isshiki's goal - and the entire purpose of Kara - is to turn this Juubi into a God Tree, and grow yet another chakra fruit from Earth's population.

Aside from the bonus Juubi, Boruto completely changes the landscape of the Tailed Beasts compared to Naruto. Gaara retains Shukaku and Killer Bee keeps Gyuki, while the rest are released, maintaining a chakra bond with Naruto Uzumaki. Boruto's anime-only Urashiki arc reveals the Two-Tails, Five-Tails and Seven-Tails all separated themselves from civilization, fearing humans might capture them once again. Kurama, of course, remained within Naruto before sacrificing himself so his Jinchuriki could access Baryon Mode.

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Did 'Boruto' Confirm Gaara Is A Jinchuriki Again?

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations has just started one of the most fan-anticipated arcs of the series with the Chunin Exams, and the series is layering one mystery over another.

As the series catches up with Gaara, fans learn that the One-Tailed Beast Shukaku is still connected with him and are wondering whether or not Gaara has become a Jinchuriki once again.

When the Otsutsuki Clan remnants make their way to Earth, they completely defeat Killer Bee. Even when he takes on the form of his Eight-Tailed Beast, he is still overwhelmed and is absorbed by the scary new pair of Momoshiki and Kinshiki. When this happens, the series cuts to Gaara as Shukaku warns him of what happens.

Explaining that the tie between he and the Eight-Tailed Beasts has been severed, he warns Gaara that something is definitely wrong. The way the two talk seems like it's been awhile since the last time they had spoken, which could debunk the Jinchuriki theory, but it could also be that Shukaku has just been dormant this entire time.

Fans remember Gaara losing his ties to Shukaku during Naruto: Shippuden as he was the first Jinchuriki captured and sacrificed in order to summon the Ten-Tailed Beast. While the series had never confirmed whether or not Shukaku had returned to Gaara after the war, this does give a clue that this is certainly the case.

There is visual evidence to this as well as his conversation with Shukaku takes place inside of the same headspace that Killer Bee and Gyuki held their conversations in the very same episode. It's also a visual call back to Naruto's many conversations with his own beat, Kurama.

If Gaara is indeed a Jinchuriki again, it seems he's going to have as much of a target on his back as Killer Bee and Naruto. Although he's not one of the Jinchuriki the Otsutsuki Clan are aware of, it's not a clear debunk either.


For those unfamiliar with Boruto's predecessor Naruto, it has quite a storied history. Originally created by Masashi Kishimoto, the series ran in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump for 700 chapters. The story follows Naruto, a young ninja with a sealed demon within him that wishes to become the leader of his home village. The sequel, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is set several years after the events of the original Naruto story and featuring the children of many of its key characters such as Naruto and Hinata.

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Powers / Skills

High power

High Chakra
Taking possession of Gaara
Magnet release


Causing destruction

Possessing Gaara


Fully take over Gaara as means to destroy all life (formerly).

Aid Naruto and his allies to save the world from Kaguya and Madara (succeeded).


Type of Villain

Possessive Demon

I'm finally out!! And here's someone that I want to kill right now!!
~ Shukaku

Shukaku (also known as the One-Tail) is a character in the Naruto series. It is a Tanuki-like sand demon who is one of the nine Tailed Beasts. It used to be sealed inside Gaara in the beginning of the story.

He was voiced by Hiroshi Iwasaki in the Japanese version of the anime, and Kirk Thornton in the English dubbed version.


Shukaku is shown to be crazy, dangerous, and belligerent. During Gaara's battle against Naruto, Shukaku is shown to be homicidal and destructive, so he has no hesitation towards killing off its opponents. Like most tailed beasts, Shukaku despise humans for their treatment against them. According to Gyuki, Shukaku dislikes Kurama because of its way of determining a Tailed Beast's power by the number of tails it had (Shukaku having one and Kurama having Nine).

Despite Shukaku's hatred, it is shown to be loyal and respectful towards humans like the Sage of the Six Paths, Bunpuku, Gaara, and Naruto. It also believes that one day humans would be able to understand the Tailed Beasts.

Powers and Abilities

Like all of the Tailed Beasts, Shukaku is an extremely powerful beast with immensely high chakra. It has the ability to manipulate sand like his Jinchūriki Gaara. As a resident of the Land of Wind, Shukaku also has the ability to manipulate wind from its mouth and turn it into a technique known as the Drilling Air Bullet. He also can possess Gaara when he's in a weaken state, or when he is asleep. Shukaku is also capable of using Magnet release and powerful seals. It can even merge its Magnet release chakra with Naruto's rasengan to create a rasengan capable of sealing its target.



Shukaku was born towards the end of the Sage of the Six Paths, who used his power to take the Ten-Tails’ chakra from its body and divide it into the nine tailed beasts to ensure that when he was gone, it could not rampage. However, with its origins unknown to the public and believed to be a reincarnation of an evil spirit, Shukaku was captured by the Village Hidden in Sand.

Shukaku had few Jinchūriki, the first being the inspiration for the Third Kazekage's Iron Sand style. One of Shukaku's Jinchūriki was an old priest named, Bunpuku. Shukaku at first did not like Bunpuku for his ignorance. But came to admire the old priest for his beliefs that there would one day be a human who would understand the Tailed Beasts.

The next Jinchūriki was Gaara, the son of the Fourth Kazekage and his future successor to the Kazekage title. The day of his birth, seeing him to be the most compatible of his children, the Fourth Kazekage forced Chiyo to seal the tailed Beast inside Gaara while he was inside the womb of his mother, Kurura, who died during the premature birth. However, Gaara couldn't control Shukaku and it would often rampage, destroying everything in sight and causing thousands of death. The 4th Kazekage hired his brother-in-law Yashamaru to assassinate his son, which he failed but lied to him that his mother never loved him and that she was nothing more than a human sacrifice. Angered and enraged, Gaara released the full power of Shukaku and went on a rampage. His father eventually used the Gold Dust to subdue Shukaku's power.


During the invasion of Konoha, Shukaku manifests through Gaara accessing the Tailed Beast's power before completely transforming and allowing Shukaku to obtain total control. However, Naruto manages to force Gaara to wake up so Shukaku would be trapped within his Jinchūriki's mind again.

2.5 years later, having become the Fifth Kazekage, Gaara was captured by Deidara. He and Sasori took him to an Akatsuki lair where they and the other Akatsuki members spent three days extracting the One-Tail from his Jinchūriki and sealing it within the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path. Though Gaara was saved from death by Chiyo's sacrifice to redeem herself for the life he was forced into, Shukaku remained in the Akatsuki's possession until the Fourth Great Ninja War when it was used to recreate the Ten Tails.

After the defeat of the Ten Tails Jinchūriki Obito, Shukaku along with the other Tailed Beasts teamed up and decided to deal with the recently revived Madara. Shukaku along with his former Jinchūriki, Gaara, and the respective tailed beast battled Madara. However, in the midst of the battle, Madara summoned the Demonic Statue of the Outer Path and intend to snare all the beasts to revive the Ten Tails. Despite Gaara's best efforts, Shukaku along with the other Tailed Beast were resealed into the Statue. Shukaku is later seen when Obito manage to grab a piece of its chakra along with Gyuki's chakra from the new Ten Tails Jinchūriki, Madara and later seal it within Naruto. Shukaku was later seen along with all the tailed beasts and the Sage of the Six Paths within Naruto, as Naruto is about to get the Senjutsu chakra from the Sage of the Six Paths. With this Shukaku assists Naruto in his battle against Madara and later Kaguya.

After Kaguya's defeat, Shukaku and the rest of the tailed beasts were released from her and the Ten Tails. Shukaku along with the other tailed beasts, Team 7, and a dying Madara were all teleported to the real world from Kaguya's core dimension with the help of the Sage of the Six Paths and the previous Kage. Shortly after Madara's death and the departure of the previous Kage, Shukaku along with the other tailed beasts were betrayed by Sasuke and sealed in his Chibaku Tensei. After Naruto and Sasuke's duel, Shukaku along with the other tailed beasts were released and now continues to live their own lives.


Shukaku (Naruto)
Half Shukaku half Gaara

Shukaku beginning to possess Gaara.

90% Shukaku 10% Gaara

Shukaku in a mini-Shukaku form.

Shukaku being extracted by Gaara.


  • Despite Shukaku being a powerful demon, he is considered to be the weakest out of all the Tailed-Beasts, since it has only one tail.
  • Shukaku is the final boss in Naruto RPG (Naruto: Path of the Ninja in the US).
    • Shukaku also appears as a boss in the games US sequel Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2 (not to be confused with Naruto RPG 2, which was never released outside of Japan).
  • Shukaku is very similar to Funikura from Queen's Blade. Both are known to possess their host and turn them into psychopaths. The difference, however, while Funikura corrupt Nyx for selfish reasons, Shukaku's corruption on Gaara was actually done as the manifestation of its wrath against humanity whom merely saw them as tools.
  • Shukaku could also be compared to Freddy Krueger, as it forces Gaara to remain awake in order to avoid being possessed by it.



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