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The “the ultimate list anime” is a list that has been compiled by an individual. The list includes the top 50 best anime series ever made.
Let’s be honest:
In the actual world, it’s a dog-eat-dog situation. So, what’s wrong with adoring your standard fictional kind-hearted idealistic characters?
While it’s fantastic to witness well-written anti-heroes, there’s something fundamentally pleasant about watching kind folks.
On that point, let’s take a look at some of the most giving characters in anime history.
Ichiro Inuyashiki (#17)
Inuyashiki is a Japanese anime series.
The story begins with a hero who, although beyond his prime in years, more than makes up for it with his selfless heart.
Ichiro had no right to go through what he did.
Not battling Hiro (who, oddly, is not the story’s hero), and not sacrificing himself at the end.
I mean, he’s 58 years old, for God’s sake!
His age is meant to be a time to relax and enjoy the benefits of retirement. Not battling advanced robots or shooting meteors out of the sky!
However, the world (and Ichiro’s loved ones) only survived because of Ichiro’s noble sacrifice.
Izuku Midoriya (nineteen)
My Hero Academia is an anime series based on the manga My Hero Academia.
Izuku Midoriya is a Shounen protagonist who hails from a long history of “underdogs.”
If we’re just talking about anime characters, Deku is basically the underdog!
He was frail, timid, and a crybaby; he was harassed at school; and, perhaps most crucially, he was one of the few individuals without a Quirk in a world where the vast majority have.
Despite this, there’s one thing you can’t say about Deku: he’s not a hero.
Even if he didn’t have his abilities.
There’s a reason All Might selected this youngster above any other potential heirs – and I have to admit, I completely agree with him.
Gon Freecss is number fifteen.
Hunter x Hunter is a Japanese anime series.
Gon Freecss is another kind and charming Shounen MC whom everyone would want as a friend.
Gon was merely an island boy that was nurtured correctly and with care before he became a hunter. And it shows in the way he interacts with others.
And, despite his youthful appearance, Gon is really rather mature for his age.
He understands the importance of hard effort and when to take things seriously.
He’ll go to any length to ensure that his buddies are safe and healthy, even if it means sacrificing his own life.
You can see why he’d be a great buddy now. But as an adversary? So, best of luck…
Alphonse Elric, 14
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood is a Japanese anime series.
Alphonse is one of the more laid-back characters in the series, as long as you don’t mess with his brother.
Despite seeming more threatening than Ed throughout the series, Al is the calmer and more light-hearted of the two brothers.
And, strangely enough, even in his human form, Al is taller (don’t tell Ed I said that)!
Al, like his brother, is concerned about the well-being of his family.
Al has given his soul to assure Ed’s survival in the latter half of the story, in addition to sacrificing his body (although unwittingly) for his mother’s resurrection.
Elaine, number thirteen.
Seven Deadly Sins (Anime)
Isn’t it odd that the personification of greed fell in love with Elaine, a girl who is known for her selflessness?
Despite her role as the Holy Maiden of the Fountain of Youth, Elaine has sacrificed both herself and the contents of the fountain in order to ensure Ban’s survival.
In retrospect, she was the ideal waifu for Ban, since she is, in some ways, his opposite.
Although it’s reasonable to assume that Elaine’s selflessness rubbed off on Ban in the end, since he subsequently returned the favor by sacrificing everything she had given him.
I’m always pleased to see martyrs recognized.
And it came as a happily ever after for Elaine and her lover.
One Piece is a popular anime series.
I’m not sure about you, but Zeff is my pick for “Best Father in One Piece Award!”
Given what this guy has gone through for Sanji — someone he didn’t even know back then and wasn’t even linked to him in any way — it’s a no-brainer.
I’m not afraid to confess that Zeff’s past with Sanji is one of the very few anime scenes that has made me cry.
When it comes to Sanji, it’s difficult not to respect this guy’s devotion and dedication.
As one blue-mohawked guy might have put it:
Judge may be Sanji’s father, but he isn’t his biological father.
Koro-Sensei (No. 11)
Assassination Classroom (anime)
Despite the ominous title, this is one of the rare series that has managed to pull at my heartstrings.
In particular, because of the way it ended.
Koro-Sensei is an excellent instructor who has always valued his pupils and his time spent with them.
Regardless of the circumstances, Koro-Sensei did his best to create and develop a relationship with each of them — and it succeeded, as they all had their happy moments towards the end.
This was something that made his final departure a difficult pill for me to take.
He was well aware that his death was unavoidable, yet he was so unselfish that it didn’t bother him.
Death Note is a Japanese anime series.
Isn’t it weird that a real Death God would be included on this list?
It certainly isn’t the case in Rem’s situation!
Despite being born in the Shinigami Realm, where she has control over mortal death, she chose to follow Gelus’s lead and keep an eye on Misa.
It was either love or a feeling of obligation that drew Rem to Misa. She took up the role of her protector and has threatened Light personally if anything were to happen to her.
Regrettably, her commitment resulted in her death.
However, it was an honorable conclusion for a Shinigami, something I couldn’t say for the majority of Death Note’s roster.
Shinra Kusakabe (nine)
Fire Force (Anime)
Shinra Kusakabe is another one of your typical Shounen heroes.
You know, the kind that is always extroverted, always willing to assist, always looking for a battle, and who is really obstinate when it comes to defending others.
Shinra is more crucially, in many respects, the “heart” of his gang.
He’s so persuasive, after all, that he can transform an opponent into one of his love interests!
It’s also understandable.
After all, this man is so unselfish that he’ll take a pounding for the people he loves about!
Tatsumi is number eight.
Akame ga Kill! is a Japanese anime.
Tatsumi’s inclusion on this list should come as no surprise.
After all, this ever-helpful and generous character is one of the rare anime “martyrs” who have given their life for a worthy cause.
That’s not true. As one variant of a Norse trickster god might say, it’s for a GLORIOUS purpose.
He never gave up in the face of hardship, and he has repeatedly shown that he is willing to put his life on the line for the greater good.
Among the many anime MCs, he’s one of the most pure-hearted – and surely one of the coolest!
Armin Arlert, no. 7
Attack on Titan is a Japanese anime series.
If we were born in the same universe as Armin, we wouldn’t have the same characteristics that make him so appealing to his admirers.
Can you image being so nice and courteous in a planet populated by buck-naked, man-eating giants and violent humans?
To be sure, Eren and Mikasa had a lot on their plates.
But their mutual friend Armin hasn’t had it easy.
Even in the latter stages of the series, when things became serious – very quickly — Armin maintained some hope and compassion despite the trials.
He even went so far as to sacrifice himself and die for his pals at one point. What’s more, I believe Armin is a low-key badass!
Sakura Kinomoto, no. 6
Cardcaptor Sakura is a Japanese anime series.
When it comes to characters that understand the value of self-sacrifice, how can we ever forget about magical girls?
Sakura isn’t the most mature character in the series (most of the time, she’s quite stupid and foolish). But at the very least, she’s the nicest.
She’s trustworthy, kind, and upbeat, and she’s always willing to provide a helping hand to those in need.
She’s the kind of person you’d want to go around curing everyone’s issues.
That’s precisely what she does for the majority of the series.
Madoka Kaname is the fifth character in the Madoka Kaname series.
Puella Magi Madoka Magica is a Japanese anime series.
Madoka Kaname is our second magical girl, and she’s also the second most powerful character on our list in terms of power scaling.
Simply simply, Kaname is one of countless magical females who serve as the series’ forces of good and cuteness.
Those of you who have seen the series already know that Puella Magi Madoka Magica is far from charming.
It’s strange, since after seeing the episode all the way through, I never thought of it as being overly wholesome. Despite the fact that it is about magical girls.
That is why I hold Kaname in such high regard.
Despite all of the messed-up crap she went through, she never abandoned her job as the universe’s protector.
Usagi Tsukino is a character in the anime Usagi Tsukino.
Sailor Moon is a Japanese anime series.
And here comes our third (and last) miraculous girl!
It’s difficult to argue with Usagi Tsukino’s inclusion on this list.
She is, after all, the embodiment of love and justice.
She’s also likely the strongest anime character ever in terms of achievements alone, so there’s that. As if she wasn’t already fantastic, eh?
Sure, in the early episodes, Usagi was a little immature and a crybaby. But she matured into the Sailor Moon we all know and love in the end.
She evolved into someone who would gladly sacrifice herself for her friends or the multiverse as a whole. In the cause of justice and love!
Itachi Uchiha is the third character in the series.
Naruto is a Japanese anime series.
Enough with the happy and gorgeous magical females. They’re cool and all, but by default, they’re assumed to be altruistic.
Instead, how about a bleak but formidable individual who has spent a long period masquerading as a villain?
Itachi Uchiha was not without flaws.
But he deservingly merits a place on our list for a variety of reasons.
No one has ever made as great a sacrifice for the Hidden Leaf Village as Itachi has.
Not even Naruto, Sasuke, or Danzo and his henchmen have sacrificed as many lives for the village as Naruto, Sasuke, and Danzo and his henchmen have.
Sure, that seems to be a contentious viewpoint.
But it’s difficult for me to believe otherwise, given how much Itachi sacrificed for his brother’s and Konoha’s peace.
2. Britannia vs. Lelouch
Code Geass is a Japanese anime series.
Fans of the series and Naruto will notice that Lelouch is similar to Itachi in more ways than one.
They each had a goal in mind from the start, and they were prepared to go to any length to achieve it, even if it meant abandoning their own siblings.
The parallelism is obvious.
Lelouch, like Itachi, wished for peace, but not only for his nation, but for the whole globe.
Sure, he treats his friends in a problematic manner at times. Despite the fact that he doesn’t express it much, he cares for them.
Overall, Lelouch is a brilliant and well-written MC who chose to play the villain just because he wanted Nunnally to live in a peaceful world.
Even if it meant he couldn’t live there with his sister in the end.
1. Natsuki Subaru
Re:Zero Anime – Beginning Life in a Different World
The ultimate simp, who is willing to die tens (or hundreds) of times just to protect his friends, takes the top spot on this list.
Emilia, mostly, although that makes little difference in this situation.
Subaru is, after all, as unselfish and giving as they come.
He does, after all, have his foibles. Few anime characters, on the other hand, come close to this level of martyrdom.
Subaru isn’t the most powerful or intelligent protagonist we’ve seen. He is, nevertheless, one of the most selfless of them all.
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