10 S-TIER Characters In Anime (Main Characters)

Anime series use strong protagonists to carry their stories. The cast of characters in an anime show is often recognized. The development of the characters (heroes and villains) is often what makes or breaks a production. Here’s a rundown of 10 S-Tier characters in all-time anime protagonists. The main character’s strength determines whether an anime will live or die.

The same can be said for any type of image in movies and television, but in manga and anime it’s practically a trope in its own right. The main characters always take center stage as the poster of the series. It is unusual for a series to succeed without a protagonist (heroes and villains). While not every main character in manga or anime is completely likable — especially those who cross the line into anti-hero territory — the best anime has protagonists that are hard to hate, whether protagonists are heroes or villains.

This applies to all genres, including anime. in this article we will see 10 S tier characters in anime (main characters).

Eren Yeager is a former member of the Survey Corps, the leader of the Yeagerists, the current heir to the Attack Titan, and was later revealed as the Founding Titan as well. Eren is a great fighter because he is the Attack Titan, and readers could always count on him to keep them busy as he battled his opponents. His fights were some of the best in the series, from fighting normal and abnormal Titans with ODM gear to attacking other Titan Shifters like Annie and Reiner.

Eren Yeager from attack on Titan

He shows great courage by sacrificing himself to save Armin. Eren can best be described as stubborn, strong-willed, passionate and impulsive, all of which reflect his strong desire to protect humanity and eventually escape the walls.

9. Kiritsugu Emiya: lottery ticket/overnight stay

Kiritsugu Emiya is a protagonist in the Fate series. He is the biological father of Illyasviel von Einzbern and the adoptive father of Shirou Emiya. He is the Master of Saber during the Fourth Holy Grail War, and a minor character in Fate/stay the night and the main character of the novel prequel Fate/Zero. Before that, he was a freelance mercenary and assassin of heretical mages, earning him the nickname “Magus Killer.”

Kiritsugu Emiya Of fate/overnight stay

He possesses several specialties that wouldn’t set him apart within the Mage’s Association, but would be useful to higher humans when they need an assassin to kill other heretical mages. Kiritsugu has a lower numerical value as a mage, but a much higher numerical value as a specialist than Rin Tohsaka, who has a higher numerical value as a mage.

8. Rintaro Okabe: Steins;Gate

Rintaro Okabe, also known as Okarin or Hououin Kyouma, is the main character of the Steins; Gate series and a self-proclaimed mad scientist. Okabe is a melodramatic, eccentric individual and rarely tsundere. The self-proclaimed mad scientist is often referred to as “Hououin Kyouma” and uses this to introduce himself to others.

Rintaro Okabe Van Steins;Gate

Okabe is also socially inept, to the point where he saw nothing wrong with yelling in Kurisu’s face for calling him “Okabe” instead of “Hououin Kyouma,” and he couldn’t understand why she cried afterward. Before that, he examined her body after he was surprised to find that she was still alive, leading Kurisu to believe she was groping him from the moment they met (in that timeline). Kurisu considers the childlike Mayuri normal compared to his lack of social skills.

7. Eikichi Onizuka: Great Teacher Onizuka (GTO)

The main character of the series Great Teacher Onizuka (GTO) is Eikichi Onizuka. Onizuka is a 22-year-old bachelor and teacher at the Holy Forest Academy in the original manga and anime. He is the living room teacher of the tricky grade 3-4. He teaches social studies, but he is known throughout the school for teaching his students life lessons. Onizuka is very athletic as evidenced by his ability to bench press 150 kg (about 330 lbs.). He has a second dan black belt and was a karate champion in college. He has also stated on numerous occasions that he follows a daily exercise regime that includes 500 push-ups, 1000 pull-ups and 2000 Hindu squats.

Eikichi Onizuka of great teacher Onizuka (GTO)

6. Thorfinn: Vinland Saga

Thorfinn, also known as Karlsefni, is the main character in the manga and anime Vinland Saga. He is the son of Thors, the most famous Jomsviking warrior until his defection, and a former warrior of Askeladd’s gang. Thorfinn’s strength is recognized by fighters such as Thorkell the Tall, who claims to be able to become the next Jomsviking leader. Thorfinn’s fighting style emphasizes speed combined with the double swing of two blades, of which Thors previously owned one.

Thorfinn from Vinland Saga

5. Erza Scarlet: Fairy Tail

Erza Scarlet is a Fairy Tail Guild S-class mage character, the strongest female still active, and one of the main female protagonists of Team Natsu. Erza is a tall, beautiful young lady with long red hair and brown eyes. She almost always wears an armored suit designed by Heart Kreuz. Erza is a very strict person who often criticizes the bad behavior and habits of the other guild members, leading most of them to apologize for fear of provoking her anger.

She, like most Fairy Tail members, is devoted to Makarov and the guild. In the war against the Phantom Lord Guild, she pushed herself to the limit and fought against its many powerful members. She also took over as interim leader when Makarov had to be treated for his scattered magic.

4. Naruto Uzumaki: Naruto

Naruto Uzumaki (Uzumaki Naruto) is the titular protagonist of the anime/manga series Naruto. In the American English version, he is voiced by Maile Flanagan, while in the original Japanese version, he is voiced by Junko Takeuchi. Naruto was a stronger person when he reached the age of 16. He became the village hero and he protects a large number of people. I honor Naruto Uzumaki because he is a person who never gives up, loves his parents and protects his friends and people.

Naruto Uzumaki From Naruto

Naruto was a mediocre ninja who failed to graduate from the Academy three times. However, through sheer determination and training, his skills quickly improved to defeat strong genin such as Neji Hyuga, Gaara and Kabuto Yakushi, gaining recognition from all Sannin for his potential. Naruto was able to defeat several members of the Akatsuki under different tutelage and eventually gained praise from Konohagakure as a Hokage material hero.

3. Lelouch Lamperouge: Code Geass

The main character of Code Geass is Lelouch Lamperouge. He is the eleventh prince of the British Imperial Family and the seventeenth in line to the throne.

The title character and main antihero of the Sunrise anime series Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion is Lelouch vi Britannia. Lelouch is a former prince of the superpower Britannia who gets the power of the “Geass” from a witch named CC in the series. Using the Geass and his genius intellect, Lelouch leads the resistance movement known as The Black Knights to destroy the Holy Britannian Empire, an imperial monarchy that has conquered several lands under the control of his father.

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Lelouch Lamperouge From Code Geass

Lelouch is one of the best anime protagonists. Lelouch’s cunning methods, legitimate aims and supernatural abilities with his trusted geass eye power made him a favorite with fans old and new alike. While Lelouch’s story is complete, fans should be aware that other characters exist, such as the geass-wielding prince.

2. Monkey D.Luffy: One Piece

The protagonist of the manga and anime series One Piece is Monkey D. Luffy, also known as Straw Hat Luffy and commonly referred to as “Straw Hat”. As one of the top fighters, he is both the founder and captain of the infamous and powerful Straw Hat pirates.

His lifelong goal is to become the Pirate King by excavating the legendary treasure left behind by the late Gol D. Roger. He believes that being the Pirate King means having the greatest amount of freedom in the world. Luffy has a charming personality. He is a jovial, uncomplicated and simple pirate with rubber-man-like skills.

10 S-TIER Characters In Anime (Main Characters)
One Piece Monkey D.Luffy

Fans have laughed and cried throughout his journey with him and his kind of justice. And, if it hasn’t become clear by now, he is the most lovable character in the anime universe.

1. Kakashi Hatake: Naruto

Kakashi Hatake is a shinobi and the main character of the Naruto anime/manga series. He is a high level ninja and the main character of the show, Naruto Uzumaki. Kakashi Hatake is a fictional character in the Naruto manga and anime series created by Masashi Kishimoto. In the story, Kakashi is the teacher of Team 7, which includes the main characters of the series, Naruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiha, and Sakura Haruno. He is first depicted as a distant and apathetic figure, but as the series progresses, his loyalty to his friends and students becomes more apparent.

The series has extensively explored Kakashi’s past, resulting in a gaiden devoted to his past experiences. Kakashi has appeared in a variety of Naruto media, including the series’ featured films, original video animations, and video games. Kakashi Hatake is a cunning, sarcastic ninja who serves as the sensei of Team 7, as well as The Big Guy and The Smart Guy. Before joining Team 7, he had failed every candidate that had come before him.

Despite not being of the Uchiha family, for unknown reasons, Kakashi has a Sharingan in his left eye (the eye turned out to be transplanted from his late friend Obito Uchiha, one of Sasuke’s relatives in a Gaiden prequel story). Kakashi masters it about as well as a non-Uchiha, earning him the nickname “Copy Ninja.”

10 S-TIER Characters In Anime (Main Characters)
Kakashi Hatake from Naruto

He is familiar with dozens of techniques and has even unlocked a Mangekyo Sharingan that is different from Itachi’s, although using it puts a lot of strain on his body. His unique Jutsu is the Chidori (and its enhanced form, Raikiri), a technique where he covers one of his entire hands with a lightning-like chakra, allowing him to cut/stab any target with a single blow.

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One Punch Man Manga Read Online: One-Punch Man is a Japanese superhero series created by the creator ONE. It is a story about Saitama, a super-hero who is able to take on anyone with just one punch, but is looking for an appropriate opponent after becoming frustrated by the lack of competition due to his incredible ability. ONE developed the original webcomic version at the beginning of 2009.

A digital manga remake began publication on Shueisha's Tonari no Young Jump website in June 2012. The manga's illustration is by Yusuke Murata. Its chapters are regularly collected and released as each tankobon book. At the time of writing, January 2021 23 volumes were published. For North America, Viz Media license the manga remake to be released in English version and has serialized in their Weekly Shonen Jump digital magazine.

A manga-anime adaption of the manga produced by Madhouse it was shown throughout Japan from October until December 2015. The second season, created by J.C.Staff and J.C.Staff, began airing from April until July 2019. This anime show is licensed to North America by Viz Media and premiered on the United States on Adult Swim's Toonami block of programming in July, 2016. The second season debuted in October of 2019.

In June 2012, the original webcomic was able to surpass 7.9 millions hits. By April 2020 the manga's remake had sold more than thirty million copies.

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