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I mean I just want Sasuke to win cause that's the correct answer.
Because when you look at what his mom and dad are like, he's should be quite the raging asshole.
Not to mention the hellish world he grew up in where murderous androids roamed free killing people to their hearts' content including Trunks' surrogate brother.
It probably helps that Vegeta died when Trunks was a kid so he wasn't around to negatively influence his son's behavior and Bulma pretty much had to do some growing up after all her friends died and the human race was on the brink of extinction.
Go, you whoever you were! You weren't my favorite Naruto character but when everybody wants you to lose, I want you to win!
Well, now we gotta call the assassins.
I mean, Sasuke is gonna win anyway, but wanting him to win just to spite everyone else is a bad reason.
And before y'all call me a Hypocrite, I don't want Sasuke to lose; I know that won't happen. I just hate that he is going to win, because I despise him.
That being said, if it's a good fight, I'll probably overlook it.
But still, damn that Uchiha. Damn him and his entire family (baring his daughter) as well as his wife.
Is there a naruto character that nobody hates?
Outside of the aforementioned Salad
Well everyone loves Gaara but poor guy already lost.
Edited by slimcoder on Sep 22nd 2019 at 9:26:43 AM
Hey, everybody likes an underdog. And considering the vitriol towards him, thatís underdog enough for me.
You know, vitriol like yours.
Edited by fredhot16 on Sep 22nd 2019 at 9:37:31 AM
That's not what an underdog is.
That's the Heel.
I rather like Neji myself.
In fact, I'm rather cordial to the Hyuugas as a whole, namely due to their fighting style.
I think Killer Bee is well liked as well.
Eh, same diff. You never see the villain win often, after all.
Edited by fredhot16 on Sep 22nd 2019 at 9:41:12 AM
Depends on the villain, especially in tournament matches where they last to the final round.
I don't know if Naruto the series considers Sasuke the character a villain.
Talking about in the context of the reactions here.
And Iím pretty sure he became one around his defection to the Sound Village. I mean, he came back but still.
Edited by fredhot16 on Sep 22nd 2019 at 9:49:14 AM
If you ask Naruto the character from Naruto the series, he'd say Sasuke the character is a poor misguided friend
Well, heís a lonely idiot who canít understand when itís time to cut ties with an abusive relationship.
Amusingly, rewatching YYH it struck me how much - compared to most other ďVegetasĒ in shounen - Hieiís a pretty decent guy. Heís not nice by any stretch, but heís also not a dick unlike most.
It helps that - outside of his initial arc - itís established pretty well what cruelty does and doesnít look like for Hiei. The casual sociopathy and selfishness - but not necessarily evil - of the demons in YYH is pretty interesting, as is how they act despite it. By the end of it Hiei comes off consistently as ruthlessly pragmatic, but not willing to victimize others without reason, even often putting his ego aside if itís getting in the way. So when he does something wrong, itís pretty well established why.
It also probably helps that YYH is ultimately a bromance series. No matter how surly he is, in he end Hiei canít escape his fate as a cuddly one of the boys.
Speaking of, who would make a good match for Kurama? I keep imagining someone like Jason Blood / Etrigan.
Edited by KnownUnknown on Sep 22nd 2019 at 10:09:16 AM
Having looked up Kurama I decided to go with Yumichika Ayasegawa from Bleach. They're both Bishōnen with plant based attacks.
I think part of the reason for that is because, similarly, Yusuke is very unlike most shonen heroes. He's a crude, ambivalent asshole who regularly has to be bribed to do good things and honestly couldn't care less about the wellbeing of people that don't immediately affect him. At one point, he's even straight-up like, "Oh, you hunt down and devour innocent human beings? Cool beans. F*ckin' food chain, amirite?"
Yusuke's not much of a good guy. This makes his relationship with his antihero lancer a lot more jovial than that of most shonen heroes. He and Hiei are basically just bros.
Poor Kuwabara winds up saddled with being the moral compass of the team, right up until they kick him off the show so that Yusuke, Hiei, and Kurama can go have wicked new adventures in the Demon World.
Edited by TobiasDrake on Sep 22nd 2019 at 12:07:45 PM
Wait hold up what's this about a five million word fanfiction.
Also I always imagined Kurama taking on Poison Ivy or Lol's Zyra.
In fairness, Kuwabara got to go to coleg
Kuwabara was probably the only one of the four who wouldn't commit tax fraud.
He got a second wind from the power of love. What a guy
Nothing. Forget you heard about it.
Edited by TheMageofFire on Sep 22nd 2019 at 11:16:48 AM
The power of "wanting to bang Hiei's sister" is very strong with him.
The ultimate motivation, thirst.
Wait when was fan-fiction mentioned?
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