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Arwen would rather give up her immortality than live without Aragorn at her side.
They're the antagonist, but they're not exactly a villain.
Kokichi is a very mixed bag when attempting to define "villain". Sure, he gets in the way of most of the trials - trial 1 alone has him pretending to confess to the murder just for fun. His more villainous side shows in chapter 4, where he kills two people without laying a finger on anyone. However, he still claims to detest the killing game, and attempts to end it by having Kaito kill him. He could be lying about anything, but one thing's certain - he is not the centeral villain, and he is an antagonist.
Fights with explosions.
Certainly looks like it
Follows a strong and consistent moral code, but is otherwise a piece of shit
Someone whose source material is very wholesome but you wouldn't know it from just looking.
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 25th 2020 at 12:50:04 AM
Well, not the way they're depicted here.
Would gladly Take Over the World and pin the blame on their lover.
Well, if Toko counts as his lover...
The Inspector Lestrade
Again, i don't think i have one.
The most idealistic character in their source material.
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 26th 2020 at 1:00:33 AM
Martin is a plucky 12 year old surrounded by cynical adults, who is even sassed out by his own imaginary friend. So yeah, idealistic to a fault!
Is older than 100 years old but younger than 500 years old.
If you include the time he was in a coma he should be a little over a hundred, but far less than five hundred
Does not fear death at all
This owl-thing is a nature spirit, which can't exactly die. If the tree it's in dies, it just flies off and finds/plants another one.
Wayne is supposed to be a farmer, apparently. We never actually see him farming.
A Long-Haired Pretty Boy
Kevin Levin is cool. Especially when he develops into a Cool Big Bro Anti-Hero.
Is a Straight Savage.
Do NOT let Momoka Sonokawa's pink hair fool you for a second! That Psychotic Smirk says a lot more about her as this scene can attest. note They're actually playing with airsoft guns. It looks real because that's their imaginations at work.
Someone who is Super Gullible.
Someone whose source material essentially shook up an entire genre.
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 29th 2020 at 11:01:48 PM
Kantai Collection was so popular that it spawned an entire genre of collect-a-thon Military Moe video games. The problem is that the publisher and/or dev team is incredibly insistent on not localizing the game for international players, so other developers jumped on the opportunity to fill the gap. You've got plenty of straight imitators (Warship Girls is the most prominent), games with the same concept but different gameplay (Azur Lane combines the boat raising sim elements with Shoot 'em Up), or those that anthropomorphize a different subset of military equipment (Girls' Frontline with guns, Armor Blitz with tanks, etc.).
Does not deserve their fate.
Changed tremendously throughout their source material.
Edited by Oggy123 on Jan 30th 2020 at 2:00:46 AM
Physical changes aside, Cycerin went from a loyal servant of the Imperium to a Chaos-corrupted monster. He went from protecting the Imperium to trying to bring it down, and pulled one hell of a Face–Heel Turn considering his role in the source.
Is a Card-Carrying Villain.
Edited by Clockwork_Heart on Jan 30th 2020 at 9:22:44 AM
That's half of Negatavity's shtick.
He still likes messing with everycreature even if he was redeemed.
An in-universe fun hater.
Isn't actually gay, but acts stereotypically gay.
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 2nd 2020 at 2:26:28 AM
Viago is a limp wristed, prim and proper 18th century dandy, obsessed with how he looks and how the house looks, but he's only ever shown being interested in women.
A hero who falls in love with a villain.
Has been shipteased with his former academy teammate who flipped sides.
Is not a perfect parent (though seriously, who can be?) but is still loved by their children, and does a fine job parenting.
Edited by BrightLight on Feb 3rd 2020 at 8:16:52 AM
Bow Hothoof is a loud dad who's very proud of his daughter, much to her annoyance, but he's still a good dad.
Obviously Evil, but the other characters haven't figured that out yet.
Terra never realizes that Master Xehanort is evil until the guy straight-up murders Eraqus in front of him.
Hop has been criticized by some parts of the fandom for being too annoying and stalker-like and also being a Expy of Hau. But some people argue that he is a unique rival and actually shows character development. He is kinda a mixed case.
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