1. Juuzou Suzuya – ‘Tokyo Ghoul’
Giant-sized weapons called “quinques” are used by the people of Tokyo Ghoul to hunt down and kill living ghosts. As a result, they are a thousand times more potent than conventional weaponry. The Scorpion 1/56 is the name given to Juuzou Suzuya’s quinque of switchblades. Keep them in his shirt or prosthetic leg, depending on where they are. Despite the fact that Juuzou is quite competent with his weapon, it was stolen from him.
2. Izaya Orihara – ‘Durarara!’
Observing the responses of everyone around him is all Izaya Orihara is interested in while he’s acting out of control like a maniac. However, he prefers to wield a flickblade as his weapon of choice. He has used it in warfare, but he has also used it to shave someone’s head at some point.
3. Maes Hughes – ‘Fullmetal Alchemist’
Maes Hughes is most known for his fervent devotion to his family, but he also has a soft spot for a good push knife. Not that he refuses to use a rifle or any other weapon, but in his work with the Amestrian State Military, he prefers to use blades over other weapons. When everyone else is utilizing alchemy, you have to find a way to stand out.
4. Hei – ‘Darker Than Black’
Hei’s electrical abilities allow him to use his blade in a novel fashion. In order to attack his foes with more than a slash, he uses a wire to pump electricity into his weapon. For good measure, he also uses it as a grappling hook.
5. Himiko Toga – ‘My Hero Academia’
However, Himiko Toga, a member of League of Villains and one of the League’s most dangerous members, has her sights set on bloodshed rather than bringing down hero society. So that she can eat the blood, which she can then use to trigger her quirk Transform, which enables a person’s appearance to change based on how much blood they consume. I don’t understand how she gets the blood. Definitely with a knife!
6. Yuno Gasai – ‘Future Diary’
Yuno Gasai isn’t a fan of little blades, but she does use them on a regular basis. As long as Yukiteru is safe, she’s not afraid to use anything from knives to axes to swords to pistols and submachine guns. When it comes to knives, she’s good enough that she can handle a barrage of them, and her abilities only get stronger when she’s praised by her loved one.
7. Dracule Mihawk – ‘One Piece’
Although he is known as “the strongest swordsman in the world,” Dracule Mihawk still has the ability to cause devastation with even the tiniest weapon. A small knife he’s been using on his meal is all that’s left of the small dagger he used to defeat Zoro. In a cross pendant around his neck, this dagger is one of his most powerful weapons.
8. Tenten – ‘Naruto’
Chakra-based techniques that don’t require a weapon can be easily learned by Tenten if she so desires. Except for the scroll seals she uses to store her numerous blades, Tenten seems uninterested in any of the other skills. She’s a sucker for anything razor-sharp and steely, from the ubiquitous ninja kunai to centuries-old samurai swords.
9. Palm Siberia – ‘Hunter X Hunter’
Palm Siberia always has a pair of blades with her while she’s out and about as a human. In order to frighten or even assault others, she employs them. A number of knives are tucked into her hair at one point during a battle with Gon and Killua.
In the wake of Palm Siberia’s transformation, her love for the weapon fades. When you have superhuman strength, who needs it?
10. Dio Brando – ‘JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’
Because he’s an eternal vampire with a formidable Stand, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure’s main antagonist uses his signature weapon only once. Still, these weapons have become inseparable from his personality. Dio is ecstatic with his throwing knives, which he can control to reach their intended targets with pinpoint accuracy thanks to his superhuman ability to slow down time.
11. Chane Laforet – ‘Baccano!’
He has a daughter named Chane Laforet, to whom Huey Laforet devotes his life. Chane, despite the fact that she knows he’s only using her and doesn’t actually care about her, only wants to be of service to him. When she’s working for him, she uses a massive arsenal of steely weapons to cause mayhem. One of Ladd Russo’s guns was deflected by her skill with these weapons.
12. Ryouko Asakura – ‘The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya’
Data Overmind Humanoid Interface Ryouko Asakura is tasked with maintaining the status quo. Because of her rebellious nature, Ryouko like to do things like threaten Kyon with a blade to garner Haruhi’s attention. Even though she lacks human emotions, she appears to have a strong affinity to her weapon.
13. Shiki Ryōgi – ‘Kara No Kyokai’
When it comes to Shiki Rygi’s major powers, she prefers the convenience and portability of smaller swords. At one point in the sixth film, she is so taken with them that she attempts to smuggle one out of the school cafeteria, but she is caught.
As Shiki Tohno from Tsukihime in an alternate reality, she has a combat style that is very similar to Shiki’s.
14. Xianming Lin – ‘Hakata Tonkotsu Ramens’
When it comes to assassination, Xianming Lin favors tiny knives. The sort of weaponry he admires so much that even when he utilizes firearms, he has to incorporate his favorite weapon into the equation. A Norinco Type 82-2, a gun-knife combination, is the weapon of choice.
15. Shiki Tohno – ‘Tsukihime’
He was born into a family of demon-slaying assassins, and Shiki Tohno is no exception. The Nanatsu-Yoru, a switchblade he was given as a gift, is the primary weapon he employs. In spite of its unassuming appearance, he wields it like a professional athlete. Both Flashing Scabbard and Flashing Dash, which both require him to move exceedingly swiftly, can be performed with the Nanatsu-Yoru. He’s been accused of having a “knife fetish” because of his penchant for using knives so frequently.