Shogun's Shadow PATCHED
Secreted away in the Realm of Twilight it was here that Jiro trained as a child. From the beginning, his reckless and unorthodox ways kept him in the top of his class and in trouble with the elders. When he was told to "use the darkness to your advantage," he convinced other trainees' Shadows to fight as his side and set a School record. Perfecting his Saiyokage technique, he began taking others' shadows for good and struck out on his own.
If the family dojo wasn't ready for Jiro, his targets in the mortal world were even less prepared. With each victory he added another shadow to his arsenal, Shogun Mizugawa's reign ended in the setting sun when Jiro's Shadow stretched over the fortress wall and sliced him in two. He hooked and set the Blood Moon with his Kusarigama to turn the Demon Shogun Yotsunaga mortal. Briefly. Most notably, Jiro disappeared under a flood of Shadows along with his entire army.
Now in Valhalla, some say Jiro is hiding from death, but Wu Shang says he's hiding behind the grand tapestry in the Great Hall as a part of the yearly hide-and-go-seek tournament with Kaya and Caspian. Together, Jiro and his shadows climb the rankings and are still all too happy to take a contract for the right price.
Thinking about stealth, a common image the mind conjures is that of a lone wolf slinking through the shadows and taking out threats one by one. Solid Snake and Sam Fisher generally work alone. Players control one man using skill and cunning to take on an army. 041b061a72