You can employ the power of Anime Villains for psychological warfare as well as physical power. They’ll use boastful language to intimidate the hero.
While the villains in Japanese animation can be very diverse from one another, there are a few qualities they all have in common. Manga villains are powerful and confident like any other villain, and they always have a plot. They rarely show any remorse for their enormous powers.
There are some anime characters who let their actions speak for itself, while others are pompous and boastful and can’t help but exaggerate their own abilities or boast about their own accomplishments. It’s possible they’d enjoy the opportunity to inform the protagonist just how hopeless they are and apply psychological pressure with vicious comments or a short speech. It’s time to take a look at some of the most egotistical anime villains.
1. God Serena Is Comically Boastful & Arrogant (Fairy Tail)
When it comes to adversaries in Fairy Tail, many of them act like cartoon supervillains who never miss an opportunity to show off their vast power and brag about their enormous strength or grand designs. God Serena, on the other hand, is unusually haughty even amongst this company. There is no stopping him from talking.
God In his role as the most powerful magician in the land of Ishgar, Serena never fails to show off. Because of his overwhelming strength, this villain will mock and intimidate anyone who stands in his way. Even though Acnologia was even more powerful, he eventually surrendered.
2. Aaroniero Arurruerie Likes To Show Off His Hollow Collection (Bleach)
Aaroniero Arurruerie, the 9th Espada, is just like the rest of the 10 members of the ten Espadas. While he will quit boasting for the sake of his Kaien Shiba disguise, he genuinely likes to gloat about his accomplishments.
With his disguise blown, Aaroniero began bragging about his immense power. He said that he had eaten 33,650 Hollows and absorbed all of their energy. When he unleashed his full strength, he got a little carried away and let his guard down a little too much. He paid the price for that blunder.
3. Fire Lord Ozai Burns With Pride (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
Like his daughter Azula, Fire Lord Ozai is a vicious and cunning evil, and it appears that there is no hope for Ozai’s salvation. Any perceived or real insult or snub to the powerful Fire Lord causes him to react angrily. The first step was a duel with his own son Zuko.
Toward the end of the series, Ozai became conceited and proclaimed himself the Phoenix King, ruling over the entire globe. He even boasted, “I am the most powerful person in the planet!” That’s a little too smug.
4. Dio Brando Loves His Power Too Much (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure)
Dio Brando was anxious to rise above his circumstances as a child growing up in Victorian England. He gained vampire abilities by donning the Aztec stone mask, and he frequently boasted about them to Jonathan Joestar while they were engaged in combat. It was all too much for him to handle.
On top of that, during the Stardust Crusaders story arc, DIO was constantly boasting about The World’s power. DIO is well-known for frequently addressing himself as “I, Dio.” He sees himself as a king, and he acts accordingly.
5. Kureo Mado Loves Intimidating Ghouls With His Collection Of Quinques (Tokyo Ghoul)
When compared to other anime antagonists, Kureo Mado’s boasting is subtle, since he rarely shouts things like “I’m the best!” By showing off his vast Quinque collection and boasting about his passion for hunting and killing ghouls, Kureo intimidates the creatures.
Kureo Mado is indirectly boasting about his capacity to slay ghouls with impunity and turn them all into weapons for his enjoyment in battle by displaying his Quinques and harvesting ghoul fruit. The message he’s conveying is, “I’m so powerful, you’re simply fruit in my eyes.”
6. Azami Nakiri Says That He’ll Reinvent Cuisine (Food Wars!)
Chefs like Azami Nakiri, the father of Erina Nakiri, aren’t scared to show off their skills and dishes at competitions because they are so sure of their abilities. Because he is so self-righteous, he refuses to view things from anyone else’s perspective.
An attempt by Azami to propagate his notion of ultimate food throughout the culinary world was foiled by the takeover of Totsuki. Soma and Erina forged a rebel alliance to take down this egotistical chef.
7. Pride Is Called Pride For A Reason (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
Pride, the first of the Father’s homunculi “children,” was born from the evil Father’s seven mortal sins. Pride, as his name suggests, is a self-confident and arrogant man who takes his foes for granted, even in battle.
When it comes to arrogance, Pride isn’t the type to brag or show off like other arrogants would. Instead, he viciously hunts down his adversaries to remind them of his superiority, and he considers humans to be nothing more than an inferior species.
8. Dr. Genus Claims He Has Mastered Science & Evolution (One-Punch Man)
Dr. Genus, on the other hand, wanted to construct the ultimate life-form in a lab, bypassing the natural restrictions of the human body. When no one believed in his visions for most of his life, he turned to crazy science and developed discoveries that are now being tested.
Genus believes that his study is better to other scientists’ short-sighted attempts and that his latest invention, Carnage Kabuto is the ultimate warrior. Dr. Genus thinks he’s on top of the world because of his lab-grown monsters.
9. Tomura Shigaraki Rubbed Superiority In Overhaul’s Face (My Hero Academia)
It was Tomura Shigaraki of the League of Villains who declared that he would eventually bring down All Might, with the help of many Nomu, during the USJ invasion. When All Might went on to win, he had a negative reaction.
One of Overhaul’s quirk-suppressing drugs was stolen by Tomura after he and a few pals detained him. As a show of his confidence in his claim, Tomura destroyed Overhaul’s arms in a mockery of the evil underground. To Tomura, it’s clear that he’s elevated himself to a new level.
10. Nnoitora Gilga Won’t Stop Saying He’s The Best (Bleach)
Nnoitora Gilga, the 5th Espada, is even more conceited than Aaroniero, and he has the power to prove it. Nnoitora, despite his position, believes he is the best fighter in the history of the Espadas and aspires to be the strongest fighter ever. He is the center of attention.
When Nnoitora was fighting Ichigo, he kept bragging about his prowess, including his rock-hard skin. When Nnoitora faced off against Captain Kenpachi Zaraki, he clung to his belief that he would never lose since he was the greater warrior. Despite his lofty rhetoric, he was ultimately defeated.