It’s hard to tell what to expect from Izayoi, a young guy with an unpredictably unpredictable personality who enjoys using his sharp intellect and amazing physical power to find solutions to problems and relishes a good battle. With Black Rabbit’s comments about her body and his desire to reclaim her virginity, he might easily characterize himself as a ferocious hedonist, which makes sense because he can be rather wicked. For example, in the side narrative, Lily’s Big Adventure, he participates in just those contests that he finds exciting. He relishes a good challenge and will play a game with a handicap if it enhances the experience.
1. Shikamaru Nara – Naruto
It’s no secret that Shikamaru is a lazy bum who prefers to do as little effort as possible. To get away with this, Shikamaru can spend his days napping, looking at the sky, or playing games of shgi and Go as an Academy student and as a genin. It is his ambition to live and die unremarkably, without accumulating any notable accomplishments or failures. This man’s response to conflict or commitment is to first say, “very troublesome,” and then seek an escape route, whether it be feigning illness, refusing to complete the requested action, or some combination of the two.
2. Sakata Gintoki – Gintama
Gintoki’s natural perm is a constant source of annoyance to him. When Gintoki gets hurt, his silvery-blue hair turns into a frizzy afro, which he wears constantly.
Gintoki is a lazy snob who may be a little sarcastic at times. When he’s not sporting his “very dumb” expression, you’ll find him reading Jump and giving advise to his younger staff, despite the fact that he has no idea what he’s talking about most of the time. Often, when his landlady, Otose, arrives to collect the rent, he runs away because he is poor and unwilling to do (basically) anything. Shinpachi and Kagura frequently chastise him for spending all of his money on Pachinko and other gambling games. Gintoki, despite his tendency toward laziness, is devoted to his work and does his best to assist those in need.
3. Spike Spiegel – Cowboy Bebop
It’s shown later that one of Spike’s brown eyes is fake and paler than the other, and that he’s a tall, lanky man with green-tinted hair.
When it comes to behavior, Spike is the antithesis of any of these traits. Most of his time on the Bebop is spent relaxing, either watching TV or sleeping. He is occasionally seen reading or practicing Jeet Kune Do, a martial arts discipline in which he is an expert, as he is a fan of Bruce Lee films, among other things. He’s a hardcore smoker, with a cigarette in his mouth in almost every shot.
4. Ryner Lute – The Legend of the Legendary Heroes
Ryner, the story’s protagonist, is a man who appears to be destitute and devoid of ambition. There are many things about him that stand out: he is tall and has brown eyes and brown hair; he is naturally gifted in the arts of assassination and magic; he possesses the Alpha Stigma, which allows him to see and understand all types of magic. A pentagram with a crimson tint appears over the pupils of Alpha Stigma carriers when their powers are activated. Despite the fact that different countries’ magical forms are highly guarded secrets, he has been able to learn and acquire magic from other countries through combat with their mages because to this talent. Although the Alpha Stigma is the most common and weakest of the five varieties of “Cursed Eyes,” Ryner’s eyes are no ordinary Alpha Stigma, unlike any before.
5. Mugen – Samurai Champloo
A thin beard and unkempt brown-black hair adorn Mugen’s features. His attire is also out of place, resembling the baggy hip-hop trends of the present day. When it comes to his demeanor and demeanor is an antihero like Mugen. His favorite pastime is fighting, and he has a tendency to get into fights over minor issues. Mugen’s libido frequently gets the better of him in multiple episodes, making it evident that he is a womanizer.
6. Roronoa Zoro – One piece
A former bounty hunter and pirate, Roronoa Zoro, better known as “Pirate Hunter” Zoro, is now a bounty hunter.
After Luffy, he is the most feared and most dangerous member of the Straw Hat Pirates, as he was the first to join the band. As a result of his reputation as a master swordsman and strength, as well as the conduct of his commander, some people thought he was in charge. Along with Luffy and Sanji, he is one of the crew’s top three combatants, with the goal of becoming the best swordsman in the world. As one of the “Worst Generation” of twelve pirates, Zoro is also well-known.
7. Kazuma – Kaze no Stigma
Contractor: Kazuma Yagami, formerly known as Kazuma Kannagi, has signed a contract with the Kaze no Seirei-Ou, the Wind Spirit Lord, to work for the organization. As an anti-hero and the most powerful protagonist in the series, Kazuma is also an antagonist for a brief period of time. He’s shown to be compassionate and unafraid to stand up for those that mean a lot to him. Ayano said that Kazuma had forgotten how weak he used to be after becoming powerful, therefore it’s likely that he’s egotistical most of the time. In spite of his power, members of the Kannagi family treat him as a disgrace for mastering wind magic rather than fire magic, which is considered greater, even though Kazuma defeated his own father.
8. Yōji Itami – GATE
Itami’s father was killed by his wife in self-defense when he was just fifteen years old. After being acquitted of criminal charges, she began to believe that her husband was still alive, and she desperately wished for his return. Eventually Itami had enough and confronted his mother with truth in such a way that she attempted suicide by setting herself on fire instead of coming to her senses. In the end, she was saved from certain death and committed to a mental hospital, where Itami abandoned her to languish for years.
9. Hak – Akatsuki no Yona
His name was Son Hak at the beginning of the novel, and he served as General and Chief of the Wind Tribe before he was killed in combat. He is Son Mundok’s adopted grandson, Tae-adopted Yeon’s brother, and Yona and Soo-childhood Won’s friend. He is referred to as “Thunder Beast” in Kouka because of his formidable fighting prowess.