He was a rogue ninja from the Village Hidden in the Stones and a member of the Akatsuki. He served as one of the two main antagonist in the Kazekage Rescue arc, a supporting antagonist in the Three-Tails' Appearance arc and the main antagonist in the Itachi Pursuit Mission arc. Deidara is a year-old teenager. He has long blonde hair, with some of it covering one of his eye, because he has an eye scope on his left eye to see long distances. But the most notable things about Deidara is that he has a mouth on each of his palms and one giant one on his chest. Like all members of the Akatsuki, Deidara wears a black robe with red cloud markings on the robe. He also carries two pouches on each side that are filled with clay. As an S-rank shinobi, he is easily above the average jonin and is able to destroy an entire platoon of shinobi by himself.
During his time in the village, he was a member of the Explosion Corps. After defecting from the village, he was forced into Akatsuki and was its youngest member. There, Deidara was partnered with Sasori until the latter's death, and later with Tobi before his own death. Since then, Deidara became a missing-nin and offered his services as a bomber to insurgents in various countries.
He possesses the Explosion Release kekkei genkai which enabled him to become a member of the Explosion Corps. Deidara and Sasori were chosen to take the war-mission. Deidara then handled the initial attack, setting off a series of explosion to scar the population. To his annoyance, Sasori then took over to finish the job, only agreeing because Sasori complemented his performance. By dusk, the nation was destroyed, making Sasori and Deidara's mission a success. During his partnership with Sasori, Deidara usually showed a cool and relaxed attitude, never losing his smirk even while fighting an intense battle or when being blamed by his partner. He also has something of a sadistic arsonist nature, rather he is not above enjoying a good fight, and he often blows up his opponents in a very brutal fashion. Deidara's most distinctive trait, however, is his love of art.
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