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Anime Stats
Days: 80.6
Mean Score: 8.03
  • Total Entries528
  • Rewatched38
  • Episodes4,600
Anime History Last Anime Updates
Yakusoku no Neverland
Yakusoku no Neverland
Yesterday, 12:06 PM
Watching 7/12 · Scored -
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari
Feb 20, 7:28 PM
Watching 7/25 · Scored -
Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru
Kaze ga Tsuyoku Fuiteiru
Feb 19, 8:45 AM
Watching 17/23 · Scored -
Manga Stats
Days: 22.1
Mean Score: 8.66
  • Total Entries125
  • Reread18
  • Chapters3,260
  • Volumes282
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Jan 13, 6:15 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Liar Game
Liar Game
Jan 13, 6:15 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -
Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu made
Shi ga Futari wo Wakatsu made
Jan 13, 6:15 AM
Plan to Read · Scored -


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ghoX 1 hour ago
It's not a strange question :)
I like those kind of protagonists, too. I actually enjoy both types of protagonists. But there are usually more options to what can happen in the story when the protagonist is very strong. For example, I love how strategic the main characters in No Game No Life or Overlord handle everything.
I don't mind watching a growing protagonist, but you can usually tell how the story is going to be with those. There are exceptions of course, but most of the time, the protagonist fails at first and then beats his enemy toward the end of the show. So yeah, that's why I enjoy a strong protagonist a bit more. The story can always take an interesting turn then :)
Rafizans Today, 12:02 AM
I usually prefer the latter for the character development. I like imperfect characters because it adds depth and humanity to them; sometimes I can relate. It makes the show more interesting for me if done correctly. But either one can work if it's directed well.
PainzerTensei Yesterday, 7:46 PM
Strong from the beginning because i can not stand weak characters anymore because of shonen x)
dupreeh Yesterday, 1:35 PM
Wystogan Yesterday, 9:10 AM
Thank you. Same goes for you my friend. :)
Wystogan Yesterday, 8:48 AM
I did see the comment below. It means alot to be your good friend. :)
Ryufa Yesterday, 8:12 AM
It's depends. Mostly, I prefer strong protagonist from the beginning because like you said I also prefer reliable characters and I also like characters who are geniuses in their fields (example: Hinata from Haikyu).
dupreeh Yesterday, 7:38 AM
Well, most of the successful series begin with a weak main character who grows up throughout the arcs.Personally, I prefer that way.
Most series that start with a strong main character usually are sold as 'deconstruction of a genre'; For example, One Punch Man. It is cool and all, but it is so shallow that I don't get all the hype, honestly.
On other hand, I love Hunter x Hunter: Gon grows up so much, and along with Kilua and Kurapika, makes a very interesting series. Leorio is the exception.

So, keeping short, I prefer weak protagonist who gets stronger.
Ryufa Yesterday, 7:02 AM
Yeah, I am a little picky ^^
But thanks you for advising me =)
Ryufa Yesterday, 6:52 AM
I only put 7 because I'm a bit frustrated on some point:
- The supporting cast is good but not enough developed unfortunately (the story is really focused on Akane and Azumi)
- Their love story is too much idyllic (They did not once shouted at each other or shown some opposition)
After I rate often on the moment but in hindsight generally I see my rating up or down.
But it was really a good show especially with references to Osamu Dazai =)
Nexu Feb 20, 7:18 PM
Great! Sorry for the late response, been on vacation. How about you?
Ryufa Feb 20, 11:47 AM
I just finished Tsuki ga kirei. What a final! My tears flowed alone T-T
What a beautiful story even I'm still a bit sad for Chinatsu.
ghoX Feb 18, 1:39 PM
Haha :D
I am happy if I could help you in any way.
ghoX Feb 18, 5:15 AM
Yes, that is right. But I also mean that - at least in anime - a character's looks could be in favor of his personality.
ghoX Feb 15, 4:46 PM
Haha yeah, I prefer female characters ^_^. But I think that some characters have to look good. For example someone like Yagami Light in real life would have to be very charismatic too. Most intelligent criminals are also good looking at the same time. Otherwise they wouldn't be able to manipulate their victims like Yagami Light does.
Though I usually don't mind how the MC looks. I think the character's look should fit his role. For example: Charismatic and good looking for Yagami Light, big old guy with cold and dark look for those police inspector characters or even the crazy look for Caster in Fate Zero. I am happy as long as the character's personality is also reflected in his looks a little bit.

I hope that was understandable :)