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Ganbare Goemon (Japanese: がんばれゴエモン Hepburn: "Go for it, Goemon!"), known as Goemon and Mystical Ninja internationally, is a video game series created and produced by Konami.
These games revolve around the main character, Goemon, and his exploits. His character is loosely based on Ishikawa Goemon, the noble thief of Japanese folklore. While the early games of emphasized Goemon as a noble thief, he eventually becomes more of a standard video game hero character. His trademarks are his blue bushy hair and weapon of choice, the kiseru/pipe. The games are set in a cartoon-like, mystical Feudal Japan, with many references to Japanese folklore. Although the series has its roots in action adventure, the Ganbare Goemon series has features from genres including role-playing, puzzle video games, and board games. Ganbare Goemon is popular in Japan. The series consists of video games, with its success spawning a wide series of merchandise and an anime and manga series.
Power of the Verse
Normally, this verse is seemingly rather weak in power and durability, being 8-C for surviving lightning strikes, but has impressive Massively Hypersonic speed from the first arcade game. Main characters has many hax abilities such as Invulnerability, Status Effect Inducement, Teleportation, Death Manipulation, Statistics Reduction, Healing, Statistics Amplification, Power Nullification, etc.
The top tiers such as Goemon Impact and Harakiri Seppukumaru has 5-B attack potency/durability and Massively FTL+ speed. For lifting strength, they can even hurl/throw gigantic spheres far distances with ease.