Tailed Beasts (5e Creature)
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When the world was young, endless wars raged. At the center of this world was the God Tree. Revered by countless cultures, it only grew when bathed in the blood of man. Princess Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, matriarch of the Ōtsutsuki clan, consumed the fruit of this tree and became the first wielder of chakra. After watching her sons Hagoromo and Hamura master this force, she deemed it too powerful to be allowed to exist. Merging with the God Tree, she became Datara, the Ten-Tailed God, she attempted to put an end to all chakra users. After a long battle, her sons were victorious. However, while Datara could be temporarily defeated, she could not be killed, thus Hagoromo split her chakra into nine beasts of lesser power. The number of tails is indicative of the relative strength of each beast.
- Reibi, the Zero-Tailed Monstrosity
- Shukaku, the One-Tailed Sand Spirit
- Matatabi, the Two-Tailed Nekomata
- Isobu, the Three-Tailed Kyodaigame
- Son Gokū, the Four-Tailed Ape
- Kokuō, the Five-Tailed Irukauma
- Saiken, the Six-Tailed Namekuji
- Chōmei, the Seven-Tailed Kabutomushi
- Gyūki, the Eight-Tailed Oni-Ushi
- Kurama, the Nine-Tailed Fox
- Kunitsukami, the Cooperative Ten-Tails
- The Gedo Mazo
Unlike the other Tailed Beasts, the Ten-Tailed God Datara has multiple forms.