Kakashi, Young (Shinobi World Supplement)
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Medium humanoid (Hatake), lawful neutral
Saving Throws Int +6, Wis +4
Chakra. Kakashi has 11 chakra points which he can expend. All chakra points are regained at the end of a long rest.
Ninja Speed. Kakashi can take the dash, dodge, and disengage actions as a bonus action for 2 chakra.
Unarmed Strike. Melee Weapon Attack: +6 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 5 (1d4 + 3) bludgeoning damage.
Kunai. Thrown Weapon Attack: +6 to hit, range 30/60 ft., one target. Hit: 5 (1d4 + 3) piercing damage. Naruto may spend up to 3 chakra when he takes this action, making one additional attack per chakra point spent. Each additional kunai deals 3 (1d4 + 1) piercing damage on a hit.
White Light Chakra Sabre. Melee or Thrown Weapon Attack: +7 to hit, reach 5 ft. or Thrown (20/60), one target. Hit: 7 (1d6 + 4) magical slashing damage.
Early in his life, Kakashi's father Sakumo Hatake commited suicide after being ostracized from early Third Shinobi War Hidden Leaf Village society for abandoning an important mission in favor of keeping his teammates alive. This caused Kakashi to have a pessimistic attitude of most things, including his teammates until one fateful day when he witnessed the death of his least favorite teammate, Obito get crushed by a large boulder. With his apparent last breaths, he gifted Kakashi his own left eye, granting him the abilities of the sharingan. His sorrows deepened when he was forced to take the life of his now-close teammate Rin Nohara, earning him the occasional jeer of "friend-killer Kakashi". He spent many years in ANBU under direct orders from his team leader and mentor Minato Namikaze, who despite forming camaraderie with his comrades Tenzo and Itachi Uchiha, continued to to fight and command ruthelessly, and delve deeper into the darkness. Changing tactics, Minato ordered his student's squad, Team Ro, to watch over his pregnant wife Kushina Uzumaki. The years of pain and personal hatred came to a head of release, focusing on a single duty, protect the child no matter what, a duty he would carry out his entire life.