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The Ninja is a Humanoid class in Disgaea 4: A Promise Unforgotten and is unlocked by having a level 30 Thief and a level 30 Skull, then passing the accompanying bill (600 Mana) in the Senate.
The Ninja is a class designed around evasion, with Evilities centered around avoiding attacks and taking little damage. This makes him very frail and, if hit, will likely die, even from a weak attack. A good setup would be pairing the Ninja with Trick Move as Trick Move will increase evasion by 10% per panel moved and when paired with the Ninja's primary Evility, the Ninja can make up for his subpar defence through very high evasion.
Ninjas have three distinct Weapon specialties: Fists, Swords, and Staves. While the Ninja seems to be a physically-designed class, a merely-average ATK Aptitude somewhat limits its damage potential with Swords. (Of course Belts and Reincarnation can somewhat circumvent this weakness.) Fists do increase ATK and SPD, and as such will increase their evasion rate and boost their ATK at the same time, making them a worthwhile choice.
The Ninja has a remarkably high INT Aptitude for a class of its nature, though this is useless without damaging spells of its own, requiring it to learn skills from the Chara world or by reincarnating from a Skull or Mage class. The Ninja can naturally learn Status-inducing spells such as Poison and Sleep.
The Ninja mixes the specialties of several classes into one versatile character, though mis-matched abilities reduce him to little more than a supporting character.