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10th Feb '16 4:31:28 PM vtarira
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* ''Fanfic/{{HERZ}}'': After the Angel War, volatile Asuka’s temper got worst. For several years she was constantly angry, moody or bitter, and prone to explode when something triggered her anger. At the start of the story she has managed to control her temper –and she regrets some of her past explosions of wrath-, but she still has a short fuse.
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* ''Fanfic/{{HERZ}}'': After the Angel War, volatile Asuka’s temper got worst. For several years she was constantly angry, moody or bitter, and prone to explode when something triggered her anger. At the start of the story she has managed to control her temper –and –and she regrets some of her past explosions of wrath-, but she still has a short fuse.

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* ''Fanfic/{{HERZ}}'': After [[spoiler:Like his grandfather before him,]] Kylo Ren in ''Film/TheForceAwakens''. [[spoiler:Unlike his grandfather,]] He seems to prefer to take it out on inanimate objects, but if [[FanNickname the Angel War, volatile Asuka’s temper got worst. For several years she was constantly angry, moody or bitter, and prone nopetroopers]]' reactions are anything to explode when something triggered her anger. At go by, they don't trust him not to do the same to them. [[spoiler:And that's before things [[VillainousBreakdown really start of to go off the story she has managed to control her temper –and she regrets some of her past explosions of wrath-, but she still has a short fuse.rails]].]]
8th Feb '16 8:33:47 PM Prfnoff
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* Similarly to Kratos above, there's Asura from ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' who is essentially rage and wrath given flesh. His emotional range tends to be various states of anger. The only exceptions to this are when he's with his family. But even then, it's clear that he's a bubbling cauldron of UnstoppableRage that's just begging to be let loose at the slightest provocation. While it doesn't take much to anger him, the [[BerserkButton biggest trigger]] is [[PapaWolf Mithra's crying]] which is a guaranteed way to ensure that your death will be ''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown especially brutal]].''
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* Similarly to Kratos above, there's Asura from ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' who is essentially rage and wrath given flesh. His emotional range tends to be various states of anger. The only exceptions to this are when he's with his family. But even then, it's clear that he's a bubbling cauldron of UnstoppableRage that's just begging to be let loose at the slightest provocation. While it doesn't take much to anger him, the [[BerserkButton biggest trigger]] is [[PapaWolf Mithra's crying]] which is a guaranteed way to ensure that your death will be ''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown especially brutal]].''
28th Jan '16 12:41:01 PM paul723
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* ''VideoGame?GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' has Ryder, Pulaski, and Catalina, all three have extremely short tempers and unpredictable behaviors.
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* ''VideoGame?GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' has Ryder, Pulaski, and Catalina, all three have extremely short tempers and unpredictable behaviors.
28th Jan '16 12:40:37 PM paul723
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* ''VideoGame?GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas'' has Ryder, Pulaski, and Catalina, all three have extremely short tempers and unpredictable behaviors.
26th Jan '16 4:48:19 AM Adept
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* Shinobu of ''JunjouRomantica'' often misinterprets even the slightest of things and becomes irrationally angry over them. The fact that he knows he's smarter than everyone else only makes this more apparent.
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* Shinobu of ''JunjouRomantica'' ''Manga/JunjouRomantica'' often misinterprets even the slightest of things and becomes irrationally angry over them. The fact that he knows he's smarter than everyone else only makes this more apparent.
20th Jan '16 12:15:00 PM ArthurEld
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Kylo never gets angry at anything that isn't a serious issue. A stromtrooper going rogue, the map to Skywalker consistently eluding him, Rey escaping from custody-these are not small issues.
20th Jan '16 12:14:59 PM ArthurEld
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Kylo never gets angry at anything that isn't a serious issue. A stromtrooper going rogue, the map to Skywalker consistently eluding him, Rey escaping from custody-these are not small issues.
* Kylo Ren in ''Film/TheForceAwakens'' appears to have a calm, collected exterior, but his men are all too familiar with his frighteningly mercurial temper and tendency to fly into mindlessly destructive rages when hit with setbacks; when hit with bad news, his usual response is to ignite his lightsaber and destroy his immediate surroundings. He never specifically targets personnel, however, and it's clear from their reactions that the usual procedure when he's pissed involves clearing out of the room that he's in and leaving him alone until he's done destroying it.
14th Jan '16 1:01:33 PM erforce
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* ''Film/{{Scarface}}'''s [[VillainProtagonist protagonist]] Tony Montana is practically the epitome of this trope. Almost everything sets him off, from betrayal to guys getting to his sister. It's made even worse when he's high off his cocaine and really flips his lid in this case. [[spoiler: Of course, he pays the price and as a result, his violent rage costs him his life when he is finally gunned down in the end.]]
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* ''Film/{{Scarface}}'''s The [[VillainProtagonist protagonist]] of ''Film/{{Scarface 1983}}'', Tony Montana Montana, is practically the epitome of this trope. Almost everything sets him off, from betrayal to guys getting to his sister. It's made even worse when he's high off his cocaine and really flips his lid in this case. [[spoiler: Of course, he pays the price and as a result, his violent rage costs him his life when he is finally gunned down in the end.]]
11th Jan '16 4:23:38 AM rafi
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yes, Jo Jo example is Bersek Button. reordered
* Josuke Higashikata from Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure who can get so angry at the slightest insult to his hair that he's willing to give a fate worse than death to the person who insulted it, fates such as being fused permanently into a rock or being turned into a book.
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* Josuke Higashikata from Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure who can get so angry at the slightest insult Switzerland and South Italy of ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''. So, ''so'' much. ** Bulgaria was believed to his hair that he's willing to give a fate worse than death be one as well, but this was later {{Jossed}}. ** Belarus as well, to the person point of attacking Denmark for making a small comment about how he'd win the costume contest, because it implied that he thought he could beat her darling Russia. ** England definitely counts, too. This becomes more apparent when [[FrenchJerk France]] or [[IdiotHero America]] is around. * [[BigBad Grineed]] from ''Manga/BeetTheVandelBuster'' goes berserk when he's addressed in a casual manner. "Dude, calm down" will make him blow a crater in the ground with the sheer force of his trembling with rage. He constantly soaks himself in sedative resin, because he knows that sort of thing is "Not OK", no matter who insulted it, fates such you are. * If you so much as being fused permanently into a rock or being turned into a book.blink around [[SociopathicHero Revy]] in ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', odds are she'll get pissed off enough to fill you with holes.

* Eiri Yuki from ''Manga/{{Gravitation}}'' has this sort of temper with boyfriend Shuichi whenever he's trying to mess with the guy's head. In a slight subversion, however, Shuichi catches on to this ploy pretty quickly. That's not to say that he's any good at defending against it though. * If you so much as blink around [[SociopathicHero Revy]] in ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', odds are she'll get pissed off enough to fill you with holes. %% * ''Manga/DragonBall'' %% ** Chi-Chi...big time. %% ** Other prominent examples are Bulma, Bad Lunch, Piccolo, Vegeta, Pan (GT), and Gotenks.
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* Eiri Yuki from ''Manga/{{Gravitation}}'' Yanagin in ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' maybe a DistaffCounterpart to Hidenori in that they're both bookish, GenreSavvy and a bit of a BigHam--what's different is Yanagin has this sort of a hair-trigger temper with boyfriend Shuichi whenever he's trying to mess with (and punches out Ikushima a lot in the guy's head. In a slight subversion, however, Shuichi catches on to this ploy pretty quickly. That's not to say that he's any good at defending against it though. process). * If you so much as blink Usahara from ''Manga/DamekkoDoubutsu'' is very aggressive around [[SociopathicHero Revy]] in ''Manga/BlackLagoon'', odds are she'll get pissed off enough to fill you with holes. %% others. Especially Urno the wolf, who he treats like crap by kicking up and sometimes attacking him. * ''Manga/DragonBall'' %% ** Vegeta was always temperamental, but being bested or knowing Goku's better is usually what gets him the most mad. ** Chi-Chi...big time. time. Her temper has caused almost every character she confronted to fear her (well, expect Super Bu). ** Bulma is not as bad as her husband's, but the littlest things set her off. In ''Resurrection of F'', Goku and Vegeta return to Earth as quickly as possible because they know Bulma's going to say something insulting to Frieza and make him blow up the whole planet. -->'''Bulma:''' Hey, creep! Were the first two losses not enough? How'd you come back to life, anyways? You're not just obsessed with revenge, you suck at it! ** Pan from ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' gets angry very easily for trivial reasons. %% ** Other prominent examples are Bulma, Bad Lunch, Piccolo, Vegeta, Pan (GT), Piccolo and Gotenks.

* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'': Lina, Lina, ''Lina...'' insult her appearance (namely her [[ACupAngst small bustline]],) deny her food or money, spill her food, upstage her - any of these warrant either some sort of [[FantasticNuke explosion]], screaming, or physical harm. Two egregious examples are Lina nearly drowning Amelia in a hot spring after Amelia makes a lighthearted joke about [[BreastExpansion growing her bustline]], and Lina nuking an entire restaurant for the owner accidentally stepping on a sardine she was eating (which she ''didn't want in the first place'') in the ColdOpen of ''Slayers Premium.'' While she has always had a short temper, though, later anime productions [[{{Flanderization}} flanderize]] it.
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* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'': Lina, Lina, ''Lina...'' insult her appearance (namely her [[ACupAngst small bustline]],) deny her food Heiwajima Shizuo of ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' has a hair-trigger temper and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower monstrous strength]] to go along with it. However, he's aware and ashamed of his violent habits and wants to get "strong enough" to keep a lid on them. * Daigo Ikari from ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' will always get angry when someone mentions Ojou High School or money, spill her food, upstage her - any of these warrant either some sort of [[FantasticNuke explosion]], screaming, or physical harm. Two egregious examples are Lina nearly drowning Amelia its football team, the White Knights, in a hot spring after Amelia makes bad light; the problem is that every time he hears ''anything'', he's always quick to ''assume the worst''. ** This leads to a lighthearted joke about [[BreastExpansion growing her bustline]], running gag that Ikari never actually gets to play in a game until the second time Ojou plays Daimon, at least a dozen games into their season. The reason is because he always attacks someone and Lina nuking an entire restaurant gets himself ejected before the game even starts. His teammates try to prevent this by ''binding him with chains''. It doesn't work. ** A giveaway is the fact that his [[MeaningfulName surname]] is a homophone for the owner accidentally stepping on a sardine she was eating (which she ''didn't want in the first place'') in the ColdOpen of ''Slayers Premium.'' While she has always had a short temper, though, later anime productions [[{{Flanderization}} flanderize]] it.Japanese word for anger.

* ''Anime/VisionOfEscaflowne'': ** Dilandau Albatou from seems to be a combination between Hair Trigger Temper and a PsychoForHire. ** Dilandau's [[{{Expy}} spiritual successor]] Clair Leonelli, from ''Anime/HeatGuyJ'', also possesses a Hair Trigger Temper. * ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': ** Akane Tendo can sometimes come off as this around Ranma Saotome, mainly in the earlier parts of the anime and manga. * Shinodu from ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' used to be a nice and calm teenage girl. But because of all the wackiness after Lum showed up and stole her boyfriend Ataru, the littlest actions around her can suddenly send her into a blinding rage, which is made worse by the [[PintSizePowerHouse massive strength upgrade]] that goes with it. * Daigo Ikari from ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' will always get angry when someone mentions Ojou High School or its football team, the White Knights, in a bad light; the problem is that every time he hears ''anything'', he's always quick to ''assume the worst''. ** This leads to a running gag that Ikari never actually gets to play in a game until the second time Ojou plays Daimon, at least a dozen games into their season. The reason is because he always attacks someone and gets himself ejected before the game even starts. His teammates try to prevent this by ''binding him with chains''. It doesn't work. ** A giveaway is the fact that his [[MeaningfulName surname]] is a homophone for the Japanese word for anger. * Switzerland and South Italy of ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''. So, ''so'' much. ** Bulgaria was believed to be one as well, but this was later {{Jossed}}. ** Belarus as well, to the point of attacking Denmark for making a small comment about how he'd win the costume contest, because it implied that he thought he could beat her darling Russia. ** England definitely counts, too. This becomes more apparent when [[FrenchJerk France]] or [[IdiotHero America]] is around.
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* ''Anime/VisionOfEscaflowne'': ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' ** Dilandau Albatou from seems to be a combination between Hair Trigger Temper and a PsychoForHire. ** Dilandau's [[{{Expy}} spiritual successor]] Clair Leonelli, from ''Anime/HeatGuyJ'', also possesses a Hair Trigger Temper. * ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'': ** Akane Tendo can sometimes come off as this around Ranma Saotome, mainly in the earlier parts of the anime and manga. * Shinodu from ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' used to be a nice and calm teenage girl. But because of all the wackiness after Lum showed up and stole her boyfriend Ataru, the littlest actions around her can suddenly send her into a blinding rage, which is made worse by the [[PintSizePowerHouse massive strength upgrade]] that goes with it. * Daigo Ikari from ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' will always get Edward Elric gets angry when someone mentions Ojou High School or its football team, the White Knights, in a bad light; the problem is that every time he hears ''anything'', he's always quick at loads of things, from people calling him short to ''assume the worst''. ** This leads being told to a running gag that Ikari never actually drink milk. He gets to play in a game until better as the second time Ojou plays Daimon, at least a dozen games series goes on, though. ** His master Izumi Curtis, who will throw the Elric brothers into their season. The reason is because he always attacks someone and gets himself ejected before walls at the game even starts. His teammates try to prevent this by ''binding him with chains''. It doesn't work. ** A giveaway is the fact that his [[MeaningfulName surname]] is a homophone for the Japanese word for anger. * Switzerland and South Italy drop of ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia''. So, ''so'' much. ** Bulgaria was believed to be one as well, but this was later {{Jossed}}. ** Belarus as well, to the point of attacking Denmark for making a small comment about how he'd win the costume contest, because it implied that he thought he could beat her darling Russia. ** England definitely counts, too. This becomes more apparent when [[FrenchJerk France]] or [[IdiotHero America]] is around.hat.

* Heiwajima Shizuo of ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' has a hair-trigger temper and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower monstrous strength]] to go along with it. However, he's aware and ashamed of his violent habits and wants to get "strong enough" to keep a lid on them.
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* Heiwajima Shizuo of ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'' Eiri Yuki from ''Manga/{{Gravitation}}'' has a hair-trigger this sort of temper with boyfriend Shuichi whenever he's trying to mess with the guy's head. In a slight subversion, however, Shuichi catches on to this ploy pretty quickly. That's not to say that he's any good at defending against it though. * Hell's Chef from ''Anime/GregoryHorrorShow''. You insult his culinary skills? He'll haunt you. You aren't appreciating his dishes (even if it's because you aren't hungry)? He'll haunt you. [[BerserkButton Smoking on his watch]]? '''[[BigFuckingSword RUN]].''' * In ''Animation/GuardianFairyMichel'', it doesn't take much to make Salome angry, whether it's her minions annoying her or a slight delay in her search for treasure. Her default mood when not smug is to angrily shout when something goes wrong. * ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': [[HotBlooded Inuyasha]] and [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower monstrous strength]] [[AloofBigBrother Sesshoumaru]] are far more NotSoDifferent than either of them will admit. This includes the short fuse that lights their tempers. Inuyasha is openly grumpy, with a base state of "mildly irritated". This flares up into angry on a regular basis even over trivial things. Sesshoumaru, on the other hand, will flit between TheStoic and TranquilFury, although it would be a mistake to think his temper is more muted than Inuyasha since Sesshoumaru's anger tends to be more lethal than Inuyasha's. [[UltimateBlacksmith Toutousai]] once lampshades this by observing that their identical short tempers makes it very easy to see that they're brothers. * Shinobu of ''JunjouRomantica'' often misinterprets even the slightest of things and becomes irrationally angry over them. The fact that he knows he's smarter than everyone else only makes this more apparent. * Tomoe from ''Manga/KamisamaKiss'' is in many ways an {{Expy}} of [=InuYasha=] and like him Tomoe is openly grumpy all the time, has a face that always seems to be set to a "mildly irritated" expression and he tends to go along with it. However, he's aware and ashamed of his violent habits and wants to get "strong enough" to keep a lid on them.ballistic over minor things.

* Buggy the Clown of ''Manga/OnePiece'' is an interesting variation, where there is [[BerserkButton only one thing that sets him off]]: Mentioning his red nose. However, he seems to be a bit hard of hearing, and tends to interpret anything you say as an insult to his nose, meaning he effectively has a Hair-Trigger Temper.
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': ** Sakura can get like this at times due to her fiery {{Tsundere}} persona. ** Tsunade will think nothing of pounding your face in if she gets pissed off. ** Kakuzu is stated to have one, although it's more of an {{Informed Flaw}} * Mio from ''Anime/{{Nichijou}}'' has a tendency to get angry whenever Yuuko or her sister, Yoshino, are around. When she gets angry, [[BerserkButton she]] [[UnstoppableRage gets]] ''[[UnstoppableRage angry]]''. * ''Manga/OnePiece'' ** Buggy the Clown of ''Manga/OnePiece'' is an interesting variation, where there is [[BerserkButton only one thing that sets him off]]: Mentioning his red nose. However, he seems to be a bit hard of hearing, and tends to interpret anything you say as an insult to his nose, meaning he effectively has a Hair-Trigger Temper.

* Shinobu of ''JunjouRomantica'' often misinterprets even the slightest of things and becomes irrationally angry over them. The fact that he knows he's smarter than everyone else only makes this more apparent. * [[BigBad Grineed]] from ''Manga/BeetTheVandelBuster'' goes berserk when he's addressed in a casual manner. "Dude, calm down" will make him blow a crater in the ground with the sheer force of his trembling with rage. He constantly soaks himself in sedative resin, because he knows that sort of thing is "Not OK", no matter who you are.
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* Shinobu of ''JunjouRomantica'' often misinterprets even the slightest of things and becomes irrationally angry over them. The fact that he knows he's smarter than everyone else only makes Akane Tendo from ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' can sometimes come off as this more apparent. * [[BigBad Grineed]] from ''Manga/BeetTheVandelBuster'' goes berserk when he's addressed in a casual manner. "Dude, calm down" will make him blow a crater around Ranma Saotome, mainly in the ground with earlier parts of the sheer force anime and manga. * ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'': Lina, Lina, ''Lina...'' insult her appearance (namely her [[ACupAngst small bustline]],) deny her food or money, spill her food, upstage her - any of his trembling with rage. He these warrant either some sort of [[FantasticNuke explosion]], screaming, or physical harm. Two egregious examples are Lina nearly drowning Amelia in a hot spring after Amelia makes a lighthearted joke about [[BreastExpansion growing her bustline]], and Lina nuking an entire restaurant for the owner accidentally stepping on a sardine she was eating (which she ''didn't want in the first place'') in the ColdOpen of ''Slayers Premium.'' While she has always had a short temper, though, later anime productions [[{{Flanderization}} flanderize]] it. * ''Anime/SonicX'' ** Knuckles The Echidna will constantly soaks himself get extremely angry when someone insults him or makes a sarcastic remark. Mostly, [[VitriolicBestBuds Sonic]] and [[BelligerentSexualTension Rouge]] does the button pushing a whole lot. The [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog game continuity]] downplay this, however. ** Amy Rose also qualifies. But this is due to being a {{Tsundere}} with [[MoodSwinger mood swings]] and whenever Sonic has better things to do than to be romantically involved with her. [[{{Flanderization}} This was taken too far as the series progresses]]. As with the Knuckles example above, this is downplayed in sedative resin, because he knows that sort of thing is "Not OK", no matter who you are.the games.

* Maho from ''WanderingSon'' gets mad at everything. Saori is a more mild case, and has tried to change. * Mio from ''Anime/{{Nichijou}}'' has a tendency to get angry whenever Yuuko or her sister, Yoshino, are around. When she gets angry, [[BerserkButton she]] [[UnstoppableRage gets]] ''[[UnstoppableRage angry]]''. * ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': [[HotBlooded Inuyasha]] and [[AloofBigBrother Sesshoumaru]] are far more NotSoDifferent than either of them will admit. This includes the short fuse that lights their tempers. Inuyasha is openly grumpy, with a base state of "mildly irritated". This flares up into angry on a regular basis even over trivial things. Sesshoumaru, on the other hand, will flit between TheStoic and TranquilFury, although it would be a mistake to think his temper is more muted than Inuyasha since Sesshoumaru's anger tends to be more lethal than Inuyasha's. [[UltimateBlacksmith Toutousai]] once lampshades this by observing that their identical short tempers makes it very easy to see that they're brothers. * Yanagin in ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' maybe a DistaffCounterpart to Hidenori in that they're both bookish, GenreSavvy and a bit of a BigHam--what's different is Yanagin has a hair-trigger temper (and punches out Ikushima a lot in the process).
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* The Nitro from ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'' are one of the more dangerous species in the setting, which is a bonafide DeathWorld, because of an unholy combination of vast strength, intelligence, voracity, and very short and violent tempers. They were called "Nitro" because they have temperaments akin to nitroglycerine. [[spoiler:Even the Taste Hermit Chichi, a presumably friendly Nitro who is able and willing to speak to humans, has a pretty short temper.]] * Kurogane from ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle'''s is an interesting take on this. Normally he is portrayed as a GrumpyBear and PerpetualFrowner but around Fai he flips out regularly, even if Fai doesn't even try to provoke him. Just one look is enough to make Kurogane try to murder him. [[CharacterDevelopment Or at least in the beginning.]] Around Mokona, on the other hand... * Shinodu from ''Anime/UruseiYatsura'' used to be a nice and calm teenage girl. But because of all the wackiness after Lum showed up and stole her boyfriend Ataru, the littlest actions around her can suddenly send her into a blinding rage, which is made worse by the [[PintSizePowerHouse massive strength upgrade]] that goes with it. * ''Anime/VisionOfEscaflowne'': ** Dilandau Albatou from seems to be a combination between Hair Trigger Temper and a PsychoForHire. ** Dilandau's [[{{Expy}} spiritual successor]] Clair Leonelli, from ''Anime/HeatGuyJ'', also possesses a Hair Trigger Temper. * Maho from ''WanderingSon'' ''Manga/WanderingSon'' gets mad at everything. Saori is a more mild case, and has tried to change. * Mio from ''Anime/{{Nichijou}}'' has a tendency to get angry whenever Yuuko or her sister, Yoshino, are around. When she gets angry, [[BerserkButton she]] [[UnstoppableRage gets]] ''[[UnstoppableRage angry]]''. * ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}'': [[HotBlooded Inuyasha]] and [[AloofBigBrother Sesshoumaru]] are far more NotSoDifferent than either of them will admit. This includes the short fuse that lights their tempers. Inuyasha is openly grumpy, with a base state of "mildly irritated". This flares up into angry on a regular basis even over trivial things. Sesshoumaru, on the other hand, will flit between TheStoic and TranquilFury, although it would be a mistake to think his temper is more muted than Inuyasha since Sesshoumaru's anger tends to be more lethal than Inuyasha's. [[UltimateBlacksmith Toutousai]] once lampshades this by observing that their identical short tempers makes it very easy to see that they're brothers. * Yanagin in ''Manga/DailyLivesOfHighSchoolBoys'' maybe a DistaffCounterpart to Hidenori in that they're both bookish, GenreSavvy and a bit of a BigHam--what's different is Yanagin has a hair-trigger temper (and punches out Ikushima a lot in the process).change.

* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': ** Sakura can get like this at times due to her fiery {{Tsundere}} persona. ** Tsunade will think nothing of pounding your face in if she gets pissed off. ** Kakuzu is stated to have one, although it's more of an {{Informed Flaw}} * Edward Elric from ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' gets angry at loads of things, from people calling him short to being told to drink milk. He gets better as the series goes on, though. ** His master Izumi Curtis, who will throw the Elric brothers into walls at the drop of a hat. * Knuckles The Echidna from ''Anime/SonicX'' will constantly get extremely angry when someone insults him or makes a sarcastic remark. Mostly, [[VitriolicBestBuds Sonic]] and [[BelligerentSexualTension Rouge]] does the button pushing a whole lot. The [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog game continuity]] downplay this, however. ** Amy Rose also qualifies. But this is due to being a {{Tsundere}} with [[MoodSwinger mood swings]] and whenever Sonic has better things to do than to be romantically involved with her. [[{{Flanderization}} This was taken too far as the series progresses]]. As with the Knuckles example above, this is downplayed in the games. * Tomoe from ''Manga/KamisamaKiss'' is in many ways an {{Expy}} of [=InuYasha=] and like him Tomoe is openly grumpy all the time, has a face that always seems to be set to a "mildly irritated" expression and he tends to go ballistic over minor things. * Hell's Chef from ''Anime/GregoryHorrorShow''. You insult his culinary skills? He'll haunt you. You aren't appreciating his dishes (even if it's because you aren't hungry)? He'll haunt you. [[BerserkButton Smoking on his watch]]? '''[[BigFuckingSword RUN]].''' * The Nitro from ''Manga/{{Toriko}}'' are one of the more dangerous species in the setting, which is a bonafide DeathWorld, because of an unholy combination of vast strength, intelligence, voracity, and very short and violent tempers. They were called "Nitro" because they have temperaments akin to nitroglycerine. [[spoiler:Even the Taste Hermit Chichi, a presumably friendly Nitro who is able and willing to speak to humans, has a pretty short temper.]] * Kurogane from ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle'''s is an interesting take on this. Normally he is portrayed as a GrumpyBear and PerpetualFrowner but around Fai he flips out regularly, even if Fai doesn't even try to provoke him. Just one look is enough to make Kurogane try to murder him. [[CharacterDevelopment Or at least in the beginning.]] Around Mokona, on the other hand... * Usahara from ''Manga/DamekkoDoubutsu'' is very aggressive around others. Especially Urno the wolf, who he treats like crap by kicking up and sometimes attacking him. * In ''Animation/GuardianFairyMichel'', it doesn't take much to make Salome angry, whether it's her minions annoying her or a slight delay in her search for treasure. Her default mood when not smug is to angrily shout when something goes wrong.
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* It doesn't take much to make Olivia snap into a rage in ''Webcomic/LadiesInWaiting'', as evidenced by [[http://www.ladiesinwaitingcomic.co.uk/comic/3112015/ this strip]].
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