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{{ImgRight|Kakashi Chidori.png|Kakashi's first use of Chidori.}}
 
{{ImgRight|Kakashi Chidori.png|Kakashi's first use of Chidori.}}
Obito would not hear of it and stubbornly left to save Rin, but not before mentioning that he believed Kakashi's father, the White Fang, was a true hero. Shortly after parting ways, Kakashi reflected on Obito's words ("It is true that in the shinobi world, those who break the rules are called trash, but those who abandoned their comrades are even worst than trash. If Im that kind of trash, then I'll break the rules! If that;s not what a true shinobi is, then I'll crush that idea of a shinobi") and Rin's prior kindness. He realised that his father was not wrong after all, which prompted him to join Obito in the rescue effort. Kakashi arrived in time to save Obito from Taiseki, using his [[White Light Chakra Sabre|father's blade]] to combat him. Despite the two-to-one disadvantage, the more experienced Taiseki was able to attack and damage Kakashi's left eye, who took the blow that was intended for Obito, giving him a permanent scar and blinding the eye.<ref>''Naruto'' chapters 241-242</ref>
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Obito would not hear of it and stubbornly left to save Rin, but not before mentioning that he believed Kakashi's father, the White Fang, was a true hero. Shortly after parting ways, Kakashi reflected on Obito's words and Rin's prior kindness. He realised that his father was not wrong after all, which prompted him to join Obito in the rescue effort. Kakashi arrived in time to save Obito from Taiseki, using his [[White Light Chakra Sabre|father's blade]] to combat him. Despite the two-to-one disadvantage, the more experienced Taiseki was able to attack and damage Kakashi's left eye, who took the blow that was intended for Obito, giving him a permanent scar and blinding the eye.<ref>''Naruto'' chapters 241-242</ref>
   
 
[[File:Kakashi White Light Chakra Sabre.png|thumb|left|Kakashi saves Obito from Taiseki.]]
 
[[File:Kakashi White Light Chakra Sabre.png|thumb|left|Kakashi saves Obito from Taiseki.]]
Obito's will to protect his comrades would cause his [[Sharingan]] to awaken, and he uses it to kill Taiseki. Finding Rin and defeating Kakkō with Obito's help, Kakashi freed Rin from the [[Genjutsu]] before their opponent attempted to trap them in a [[Earth Release: Rock Lodging Destruction|cave-in]]. While trying to escape, Kakashi was hit by a rock which he didn't notice because of his bandaged eye causing him to fall. Obito pushed Kakashi out of the path of a falling boulder, causing himself to be crushed beneath it instead. Knowing he would die, Obito requested his [[Sharingan]] as a present to Kakashi and instructed Rin to implant his left Sharingan into Kakashi's damaged eye. Rin complied, and as soon as the surgery was completed Kakashi used the Sharingan and his [[Chidori]] to kill Kakkō. He then returned to Obito to see if there was anything he could do for him, but was forced alongside Rin to leave him. With the help of Minato, they ultimately completed their mission, allowing them to mourn Obito's supposed death.<ref>''Naruto'' chapters 242-244</ref> Later, in the anime, Kakashi and Rin's team was given Might Guy as a replacement. It was during one mission that Kakashi and Guy found true trust and teamwork with each other.<ref name="ship288">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 288</ref>
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Obito's will to protect his comrades would cause his [[Sharingan]] to awaken, and he uses it to kill Taiseki. Finding Rin and defeating Kakkō with Obito's help, Kakashi freed Rin from the [[Interrogation Genjutsu|genjutsu]] before their opponent attempted to trap them in a [[Earth Release: Rock Lodging Destruction|cave-in]]. While trying to escape, Kakashi was hit by a rock which he didn't notice because of his bandaged eye causing him to fall. Obito pushed Kakashi out of the path of a falling boulder, causing himself to be crushed beneath it instead. Knowing he would die, Obito requested his [[Sharingan]] as a present to Kakashi and instructed Rin to implant his left Sharingan into Kakashi's damaged eye. Rin complied, and as soon as the surgery was completed Kakashi used the Sharingan and his [[Chidori]] to kill Kakkō. He then returned to Obito to see if there was anything he could do for him, but was forced alongside Rin to leave him. With the help of Minato, they ultimately completed their mission, allowing them to mourn Obito's supposed death.<ref>''Naruto'' chapters 242-244</ref> Later, in the anime, Kakashi and Rin's team was given Might Guy as a replacement. It was during one mission that Kakashi and Guy found true trust and teamwork with each other.<ref name="ship288">''Naruto: Shippūden'' episode 288</ref>
   
 
[[File:Kakashi kills Rin.png|thumb|Kakashi kills Rin with Chidori.]]
 
[[File:Kakashi kills Rin.png|thumb|Kakashi kills Rin with Chidori.]]
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After the conclusion of the war, Kakashi would often visit Rin's grave in the [[Konoha Cemetery]] and the [[Memorial Stone]]. On one such occasion, he visited Rin's grave and told her that their sensei's son would be born soon and left to go to the stone, unaware that Obito overheard him from afar and used that information to free the [[Nine-Tails]] and have the tailed beast ravage their village.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 607, page 6</ref> During the [[Nine-Tails' attack on Konoha]], Kakashi and the rest of his peers were barred from participating in defending the village by [[Kurenai Yūhi's father]] and other senior shinobi for their own safety as the younger generation.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 503, page 7</ref>
 
After the conclusion of the war, Kakashi would often visit Rin's grave in the [[Konoha Cemetery]] and the [[Memorial Stone]]. On one such occasion, he visited Rin's grave and told her that their sensei's son would be born soon and left to go to the stone, unaware that Obito overheard him from afar and used that information to free the [[Nine-Tails]] and have the tailed beast ravage their village.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 607, page 6</ref> During the [[Nine-Tails' attack on Konoha]], Kakashi and the rest of his peers were barred from participating in defending the village by [[Kurenai Yūhi's father]] and other senior shinobi for their own safety as the younger generation.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 503, page 7</ref>
   
Over the years, Kakashi became well-known among all the [[Five Great Shinobi Countries]] for the extensive use of his Sharingan, gaining him a reputation as "the man who has copied over a thousand techniques", hence his nickname.<ref name="c12">''Naruto'' chapter 12, pages 5-6</ref><ref>''Naruto'' chapter 244, page 18</ref> Kakashi eventually joined the Konoha [[ANBU]],<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 281, page 5</ref> and also served as a mentor to Yamato also known as "[[Tenzō]]".<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 284, page 15</ref>
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Over the years, Kakashi became well-known among all the [[Five Great Shinobi Countries]] for the extensive use of his Sharingan, gaining him a reputation as "the man who has copied over a thousand techniques", hence his nickname.<ref name="c12">''Naruto'' chapter 12, pages 5-6</ref><ref>''Naruto'' chapter 244, page 18</ref> Kakashi eventually joined the Konoha [[ANBU]],<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 281, page 5</ref> and also served as a mentor to [[Yamato]] whose codename was "Tenzo" at that time.<ref>''Naruto'' chapter 284, page 15</ref>
   
 
[[File:Chapter 090.jpg|thumb|Kakashi with his ninken during his ANBU days.]]
 
[[File:Chapter 090.jpg|thumb|Kakashi with his ninken during his ANBU days.]]

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