Fans can relate with the characters in Free!, and here are their zodiac sign personalities allocated.
Free! is a popular example of a sports anime that appeals to viewers who aren’t generally sports fans. There’s nothing better than watching the characters in the Iwatobi and Samezuka swim clubs engage with one another as they face hardships, triumphs, heartbreaks, and other human emotions.
People frequently consult their horoscopes when confronted with overwhelming emotions in their own lives. As an astrology sign, a person’s personality and underlying truths might be discovered. To best portray the characteristics of the zodiac constellations, you can even add characters from cast-driven shows like Free! to each sign.
1. Aries: Seijuro
Intense and fiery, Aries people have a reputation. There’s more to this character than just Seijuro’s hair. It is Seijuro’s job as a former captain of the Samezuka swim club to keep his team excited and motivated during practice. Gou is the object of his intense romantic interest, and he displays feelings for her that border on obsession. When they have their sights set on a prize, Aries can become obnoxiously focused, as Seijuro did when he set a new record at the prefecture’s championship.
2. Taurus: Makoto
Tauruses have a steady demeanor and a tendency to pause and reflect on the events taking place around them. Because of their natural goodness and compassion, they make fantastic companions. Makoto is the epitome of what it means to be a good friend, as evidenced by his unfailing patience and deep affection for all of his friends. Despite Haru’s reluctance to express her thoughts, Makoto is able to pick up on the tiniest cues that indicate her distress and provide a helping hand.
3. Gemini: Kisumi
Those born under the sign of Gemini are free spirits who frequently appear to be floating above the ground. They are cheerful, easygoing individuals who are frequently depicted with a broad grin. Kisumi is an excellent example of the Gemini characteristics. When he sees old buddies, it’s as they haven’t been apart at all.
Geminis have a tendency to make others uncomfortable due to their seeming disinterest in the material world. Because Kisumi was mocking Haru about their close bond when they were younger, Haru seemed to loathe Kisumi.
4. Cancer: Rin
Emotions control the lives of Cancer signs, and they aren’t shy about expressing themselves to those around them. As a swimmer, Rin’s greatest motivation stems from his love of the Olympic Games and the memories of his late father, who also aspired to compete in swimming. Rin, despite his formidable demeanor, has a tender heart that he’s not afraid to show. In the beginning, he finds it difficult to combine his lofty ambition with his need for personal friendship, and he often bursts into tears or rages when something bad happens to him.
5. Leo: Gou
As a result of their ability to energise those around them, Leos make excellent leaders. As the Iwatobi swim team manager, Gou does an excellent job. As the team’s coach, she organizes practices and assesses the best manner for the guys to improve, making her an important member of the group For Leos, being seen as the ideal version of oneself is a high priority. Gou’s preference for the name Kou over Gou stems from the fact that she feels the latter name connotes a more manly quality about her.
6. Virgo: Aiichiro
Virgos are unwavering in their pursuit of excellence and will stop at nothing to see their plans come to fruition. Swimming is Ai’s sole passion, and his growth as a character is exemplified by his ability to recognize his own limitations and the actions necessary to overcome them.
In Ai’s opinion, Rin is the perfect swimmer who embodies all of Ai’s aspirations. In order to learn from his mentor, Rin, he devotes a large portion of his time to following in his footsteps.
7. Libra: Momotaro
Libras stand out in a crowd because of their outgoing personality, which allow them to get along with just about everybody they meet. To them, having a good time is more important than everything else. He is Seijuro’s younger brother, and like his brother, Momotaro is a high-energy guy. Enrolling with Samazuka’s swim team allows him to swiftly meet people. It’s his sexual proclivity that gives him the most in common with a Libra, though. Even if they don’t want to commit to anything long-term, Libras are natural flirts. It’s no surprise to anyone who knows Momotaro that he has a crush on Gou and spends the show openly trying to set things up.
8. Scorpio: Sosuke
By employing their own cunning and drive, Scorpios like rising to the top of the food chain. Putting one’s own goals ahead of those of others may appear severe to other signals. In his swimming philosophy, Sosuke demonstrates this. Because he doesn’t want to lose because of someone else’s faults, he first despises swimming as a team sport, and he maintains this attitude for a long time. Even though Rin is his best friend, he sees her as his greatest competition, demonstrating how competitive he is in the way that Scorpios do.
9. Sagittarius: Goro Sasabe
People born in Sagittarius are known as the zodiac’s wanderers, and they don a variety of hats throughout their lives as they explore the world. They have a strong sense of self-reliance and optimism. Having bought his grandfather’s fishing boat with the proceeds from the sale, Goro now owns the swim club where the Iwatobi Swim Team trains.
Goro, on the other hand, works as a pizza deliveryman before reopening the club. For all the things Goro does, it is clear that he enjoys living in the moment. Aside from that, the anchor tattoo and multiple piercings suggest a wild side to him.
10. Capricorn: Rei
Capricorns are hard-working individuals who place a high value on professionalism and etiquette. Rei is a famous example of an anime “glasses character,” a character who exudes intelligence and gravity to the extreme. After seeing Haru’s freestyle, which Rei deems to be one of the most beautiful things he has ever seen, he decides to join the swim club. On the other hand, his own initial experiences in the water are less than successful. He spends a lot of time reading books on swimming technique, but he eventually realizes that he can only get better by really doing it.
11. Aquarius: Nagisa
People born under the sign of Aquarius, or Aquarius, are known for their unconventionality and refusal to follow the herd. Nagisa’s optimism and bubbliness are contagious, although his directness might come across as childish or aggressive. Rei joins the swim team in high school because of this element of his nature, which also gets the swim team back together. Nagisa, on the other hand, has some peculiar habits, such as dousing things with strawberry protein powder and refusing to call Gou by her given name no matter how many times she corrects him.
12. Pisces: Haru
As one of the more reclusive zodiac signs, Pisces people are more likely to retreat into their imaginations rather than face the challenges of the real world. A classic example of a daydreamer, Haru’s life aim is to one day “swim free”. For him, swimming is more than simply a sport; it’s a way to spend time with friends and family. However, his disregard for reality becomes an issue in season 2 when he is unable to come up with a clear aim for the future of his life.