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10 most dangerous anime characters (who are not fathers)

10 most dangerous anime characters (who are not fathers)

Although much of the mainstream anime seems to lack decent and involved parents, it is not necessarily the same as anime being completely devoid of such integrated characters. Coming in all shapes and sizes, young and old, there tends to be some among the central cast with a strong parental regimen – the insurmountable need to protect and nurture.

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To celebrate this Father’s Day, it’s only fitting to pay tribute to a handful of anime characters who followed their fatherly impulses. Sometimes it just takes a word or a push to start a colossal wave of change.

10 Kunikida wants to protect his city and everyone in it (Bunguo Stray Dogs)

IN Bunguo stray dogsKunikida is the type of father who wants his children to stay out of trouble – namely Dazai. Of all the Port Mafia members, he is the most straight-laced and obsessed with rules. As evidenced by countless incidents in Yokohama, Kunikida protects human life to such an extent that ending one is never a possible option for him.

During the Hunting Dog Arch, however, Kunikida’s ideals are questioned by Saigiku Jono, who suggests that he would actually feel relief from his comrades’ deaths. Still, as he jumps out of the helicopter and activates a grenade, Kunikida shouts, “With this life as fuel – I will fly for eternity!” No one should interfere in what he appreciates most.

9 Gojo aims to reconstruct a new era for Jujutsu wizards (Jujutsu Kaisen)

To be honest, Gojo’s chaotic, cocky nature may not lift him up as a particularly ideal parent figure. That being said, Jujutsu Kaisen a wizard would never drag anyone into a battle he did not have to win. On a whim, Gojo invited the novice Itadori to his fight with special character cursed spirit Jogo for educational purposes; all conflict ceased in the millisecond as Gojo’s domain expanded.

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Obviously, Gojo’s childish behavior makes him far more engaging to the youth under his wings. For his part, he was also linked, motivating them to go outside the comfort zones. For example, it was Gojo’s advice that caused Megumi to relinquish his true potential. Above all, Gojo wants these children to be brought up in a jujutsu world that is kind – kinder than it has ever been to him.

8 Makoto wants to raise a whole generation of swimmers (for free!)

If set to a poll, fans of Free! could only vote for Makoto Tachibana as the most nurturing, selfless character. He drags Merman Haru out of the bath every morning to go to school. He dived into treacherous waters despite his own trauma to save Rei from drowning. Makoto really puts everyone else above himself.

Towards the end of season 2 of Free!, meets Makoto Goro Sasabe, a boy who hates the water, when he volunteers at a swimming academy for children. With empathy for his struggle, Makoto Goro learns the backstory – the freedom of looking up at the sky and reducing his fear. From that moment on, the desire to drive the children closer to their aquatic dreams was instilled in Makoto.

7 Yato forged Yuki so he could get another chance at life (Noragami)

In season 1 of Noragami, Yato had no idea how to get in touch with his chosen shinki, since Yukine immediately branded him scary and annoying. When there was apparently nothing left, Hiyori confessed to Yuki that Yato cared about him like a father, and pulled at his heartstrings.

By referring to the spirit as his “only”, Yato would further amplify all of Yuki’s accomplishments by encouraging him to “light the way” for him. After suffering abuse in her previous life, Yukine never experienced true family love. Basically, Yato changed that – to protect Yuki wholeheartedly and offer him all the ingredients to transcend into a newer, holier being.

6 No Harm Comes To Mikey Under Draken’s Watch (Tokyo Revengers)

Anyone who knows Ken Ryugiji, also known as the Dragon, from Tokyo Revengers know that he has a heart of absolute gold – even if his tattooed physique stimulates feelings of threat. Growing up in a brothel, Draken’s constant exposure to women has trained her hands to be both rough and gentle.

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Through Tokyo Revengers, viewers can see the Dragon not only towering over Mikey like an overprotective daddy bear, but they can also see the Dragon also styling Mikey’s hair and piggybacking him while he sleeps. In episode 5, he pulled an emergency flag out of his pocket so Mikey could enjoy the baby’s meal. Ken Ryugiji is without a doubt the most paternal gang member ever.

5 Tsuchigomori is determined to help Hanako himself in the afterlife (toilet-bound Hanako-Kun)

IN Toilet-bound Hanako-kun, Tsuchigomori paid special attention to Yugi Amane and his strange injuries as his former homeschooling teacher. Despite Amane’s dismissive attitude, Tsuchigomori expressed relentless concern. After Amanes ‘life was shortened, the derailment of Amanes’ predetermined fate shook Tsuchigomori to its core. Amanes moonstone then became Tsuchigomoris yorishiro. A yorishiro is a precious property, and the moonstone stimulated many feelings for Tsuchigomori after Amane’s death.

In episode 6 of Toilet-bound Hanako-kun, while Amane interacted with Nene and Kou, Tsuchigomari noted the change in the boy’s character – the vulnerability they took from him. Consequently, Tsuchigomari had no qualms about divulging her and Amane’s story with Nene, and trusted that she would make good use of the information.

4 Koro-Sensei inspired Nagisa to pursue passion for talent (Assassination Classroom)

Koro-sensei av Assassin Classroom is an amazing teacher. Although his assigned role was to train this group of children to become assassins, his first priority was always to ensure that they could fend for themselves when he was away.

In particular, Koro-sensei established an incredibly strong bond with Nagisa. In episode 31 of season 2, Koro-sensei came to the fore to defend Nagisa against his mother, whose exploits shaped a treacherous nature in him – skills that were perfectly in line with assassination. In the end, it was because of Koro-sensei’s rich love and wisdom that Nagisa chose education.

3 Yugo lost his life so the children could live his (The Promised Neverland)

IN The Promised Neverland, Yugo could never have foreseen the disaster the orphans of Grace Field House would force on his tough life when they crashed into his bunker – nor how grateful he would be for it. While Emma could be optimistic about a mistake, and Yugo had stunned himself to cope with difficulties, he inevitably threw himself after she persistently insisted that she could help him.

As it is, Yugo came to save Emma’s life several times, and looked at her and the other children as a lighthouse he simply could not let die out. They breathed new life into Yugo, even reuniting him with his long-lost family – so it only made sense for him to give back the service.

2 Aizawa would do anything to survive the playoffs (My Hero Academia)

In episode 5 of My Hero Academia, Shota Aizawa was introduced as the dry-tempered man who was willing to repel the student who scored the lowest on the Quirk Apprehension Test. It is a stark contrast to chapter 276, where he cries to heaven that he refuses to die before he can see each of his students graduate and go up in heroism.

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From supervising Eri to raising Shinso as his protégé, the influence of these ruthless, pure-hearted children has undoubtedly strengthened Aizawa’s own heart. Over time, they became his main reason for enduring. Aizawa would even sacrifice its own limb to guarantee their longevity, determined to protect and witness the future of each – a feeling that is surely shared by all parents.

1 Leorio Adopted Gon Freecs (Hunter X Hunter)

Leorio from Hunter x hunter is perhaps only 19 years old, but when it involves his newly acquired family of three – Gon, Killua and Kurapika – his deeply rooted paternal instincts override just about everything else. No fan can ever forget the heartwarming scene of season 6 when Leorio, with ugly tears running down his face, dropped everything to get Gon.

Leorio threw himself off the stage, stormed feverishly, unable to grasp the sight in front of him before the boy was safely in his arms. The moment the two collided in the air, Leorio held on to Gon for dear life, Hunter x hunter fandom unanimously agreed that Leorio was Gon Freecs’ true father.

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