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Son Gokū
Four-Tails
Name Son Gokū
Kanji 孫悟空
Relationships
Affiliation
Sunagakure Symbol
Sunagakure
Previous Affiliation
Iwagakure Symbol
Iwagakure
Jinchūriki Jiyūjin Shinkirō
Former Jinchūriki Rōshi
Skills
Nature Type(s)
Nature Icon Fire
Fire
Nature Icon Earth

Earth

Nature Icon Lava Lava

Jutsu Tailed Beast Ball

Son Gokū (孫悟空, Son Gokū), also known as the Four-Tails (四尾, Yonbi), is a tailed beast which was formerly sealed within Rōshi of Iwagakure before it was extracted and sealed by Akatsuki. After the end of the Fourth Shinobi World War the beast was freed. It wandered the ninja world till finally arriving in the Land of Wind. It was then subsequently captured by Sunagakure and sealed into Jiyūjin Shinkirō.

BackgroundEdit

According to Tobi, Son Gokū was formed during the last days of the Sage of the Six Paths' life. In order to halt the revival of the Ten-Tails', The Sage divided the beast's chakra and used the Creation of All Things (万物創造, Banbutsu Sōzō) ability to create nine individual entities of living chakra, which were later known as the tailed beasts. The Son Gokū at one point then came into the possession of Iwagakure and was sealed into Rōshi who was young at the time.

After the end of the Fourth Shinobi World War the Son Gokū along with the other beast that had been captured by Akatsuki were freed. The Son Gokū began to traverse the shinobi world, destroying pratically everything it had come across with it's lava abilities. The Son Gokū eventually found it's way to the Land of Wind in which it was cornered by Sunagakure shinobi, defeated in combat, captured, and finally sealed into the body of a young Jiyūjin Shinkirō.

PersonalityEdit

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Activity inside JiyūjinEdit

Main article: Jiyūjin's Jinchūriki Forms

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