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These ranks don't include academy students, which is where we first meet Naruto preparing to become a Ninja. The first and lowest level is Genin, which is automatically earned when graduating from the academy. Following that is Chunin, three trials need to be passed to acquire this rank. Jounin comes next; these people protect their village and train lower-ranking Shinobi. Kage is the highest rank, and their name will change depending on which village they are in charge of. Each prefix (e.g., Ho) relates to the element that village typically uses. Kage actually means shadow, so Hokage translates to "Fire Shadow" in Japanese.
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