His natural talents in intelligence-gathering and medicine attracted the attention of Orochimaru when he was younger, who made Kabuto his right-hand man. Although Kabuto learns much about the world under Orochimaru, he eventually decides that his life of serving others has prevented him from making an identity for himself. He thereafter seeks power and becomes a major factor in the Fourth Shinobi World War , using his higher place in the world so that he can find where in it he belongs. After finally finding himself in the world, Kabuto returns to Konohagakure to run the orphanage there, helping others such as himself to find their own way.
It is resurrected from a Dome Fossil and evolves into Kabutops starting at level It is mostly flat with a protective, brown shell covering its body. There are two small, black eyes on top of its shell, which it uses for sight when it hides on the ocean floor. Underneath the shell is a black space that hides the structure of its main body. Only its four short, yellow legs and a second pair of luminescent red eyes are visible on its underside. In its original time, Kabuto was prominently found on beaches , likely aided by its fast and powerful swimming ability. While it is commonly believed to be extinct, isolated populations of Kabuto have been found to be unchanged for million years. In Shell Shock! His warnings turned out to be correct, as the Kabuto came to life and the island collapsed without the structural support they provided. In Dealing With Defensive Types!
Kabuto Yakushi is a former villain turned anti-hero in the anime series Naruto. He spent most of his life as a spy working for many different individuals, organizations, and countries during his life. His natural talents in intelligence-gathering and medicine attracted the attention of Orochimaru when he was younger, who made Kabuto his right-hand man.
Note that in the Japanese language , the word kabuto is an appellative, not a type description, and can refer to any combat helmet. Japanese helmets dating from the fifth century long before the rise of the samurai class have been found in excavated tombs. Called mabizashi-tsuke kabuto visor-attached helmet , the style of these kabuto came from China and Korea and they had a pronounced central ridge. The kabuto was an important part of the equipment of the samurai, and played a symbolic role as well, which may explain the Japanese expressions, sayings and codes related to them. One example is Katte kabuto no o wo shimeyo lit. This means don't lower your efforts after succeeding compare to "not to rest on one's laurels". Gusoku kabuto. Azuchi—Momoyama period, 16thth century, Suntory Museum of Art.