: Jinkama Moto
: Konohakagure (Formerly)
: Missing Nin (Jonin Formerly)
: Earth, Fire
: Jinkama is a level headed person, keeping himself calm in most situations. That isn't to say he is nice. Though he is respectful of people he deems worthy of respect, he also shows disrespect to those he deems worthy of no respect. He has a strange perception of others, almost as if he could see through them and understand what they are thinking. Though he has never been known to grow angry, or even become unnecessarily violent, he does have his own hidden fury that one can see in his eyes during intense battle. Minor side note: Jinkama is a smoker, and has been as long as anybody who knows him can remember. Not quite a pack-a-day smoker, but he usually smokes when nothing important is happening.
:Jinkama Moto, the oldest of four siblings to his parents. His father was a shinobi, and the patriarch of the Moto clan, while his mother was the typical stay-at-home kind. With four children, two of which were twins, she had to deal with plenty of stress at home. The four kids, separated by only three years between them, were all close in age, and they had all been in the Ninja Academy together at one point. While Jinkama's father wasn't a particularly exceptional shinobi, Jin proved himself to be quite the opposite. He graduated at a normal age of twelve with nothing particularly surprising about his skills. It was when he was a genin that his skill began to show.
Stuck in a cell with two girls and a jonin that didn't seem to care much, Jinkama was forced to grow his skill on his own. What first got his name noticed was his second mission as a genin. Rather than opting to take an easy D or even C rank mission, Jin pushed his team to take an A mission, to deliver valuable information to a secret organization loyal to Konoha in Kumogakure. Though, at first it was plenty of traveling, action found the group soon into the mission. Nowhere near Kumo yet, the group was attacked by unknown ninjas who wanted the information. A total of three ninjas attacked, and Jinkama killed two of them, forcing the third to flee. The rest of the mission went smoothly, but Jin was one of the youngest genin to kill another shinobi (of higher rank probably) in Konoha at the time.
Now famed for being cold-hearted, which was quite opposite of his attitude, Jinkama now had to prove he wasn't a devil with the demise of others in his sights. His next brother became a genin with the next class of students, but Jinkama had become a chuunin. He taught his brother (and the twins for that matter) outside of his team, starting the real bond between him and his siblings. The next event that got Jinkama famous again was how he was promoted to jonin. When he was fifteen, and still the only chuunin in the Moto clan, a missing-nin from Kirigakure walked into a bar he happened to be at. Recognizing the man from the Bingo Book (because with an ugly face like his, you remembered that) as an A rank missing-nin, Jinkama attempted to arrest him. That went to shit quick enough, and it was now a battle for his life. The man wielded a sword that now belongs to Jinkama.
The bar was destroyed, and Jinkama almost bled to death, but the scars on his body now proved his worth as a ninja. He was not only rewarded with the bounty, but was promoted to jonin as well. In the hospital, he met whom would later become his wife. Akira was in the hospital, visiting her own father who was ill at the time. The medicine he needed was in Kumo, but couldn't get to Konoha for months. Once Jinkama healed, he told Akira he would fetch it for her. Sure enough, right after the teenage girl began to think she would lose her father, Jinkama arrived, with the medicine needed to keep him alive. The two formed a friendship, which eventually became a relationship, which eventually became a marriage. The two were happy, their personalities matching each other well. Akira was accepted into the Moto clan, but it would be years before she produced any children.
They had a son, and Akira named him Katsuko. Though the boy was a great child, as he grew older, he wasn't proving to be the best of shinobi. Nonetheless, Jinkama trained him a bit, and supported him all the way. They were a happy trio, and even when Katsuko began going to the Academy, Akira and Jinkama were keeping busy. Life was good. Until one day...