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The main concern of a Hate Sink is whether the narrative treats the character as someone intended to be despised.

The character in question must actually display detestable qualities, and be hated by other characters at least, or treated by the narrative like someone you are supposed to hate. The author's declared intent cements an example, but is not needed if the narrative itself treats the character as someone who is supposed to be hated.

A Hate Sink may have charismatic traits, a troubled past, or complexity, but in order for this trope to be in effect, such traits must be de-emphasized by the narrative in favour of their detestable traits.

Please note that we do not use Effort Posts.

Edited by gjjones on Dec 3rd 2020 at 7:43:25 AM

Kylotrope Barb(Its a thread joke you wouldn't get it) from Honolulu Hawaii Since: Apr, 2018
Barb(Its a thread joke you wouldn't get it)
#601: Jun 16th 2019 at 2:53:10 AM

I see. Cut Shelby then.

Could you actually list his example here? I can't find it.

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Brainulator9 Short-Term Projects herald from US Since: Aug, 2018 Relationship Status: I get a feeling so complicated...
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#602: Jun 16th 2019 at 4:01:57 AM


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Stellarvore Since: Apr, 2016
#603: Jun 16th 2019 at 10:04:45 AM

What's the work?

Better Watch Out is a 2016 horror movie in the vein of Home Alone and The Strangers. The story's about a 12-year-old boy who wants to seduce his babysitter by scaring her. Amidst a home invasion, his plans are derailed. Or are they?

Who is Luke Lerner? What has he done?

Luke. Fucking. Lerner. One of the worst Complete Monster candidates I've proposed, and I've proposed Art the Clown and BJ! He's a warped, entitled little shit who staged the home invasion with the mistaken belief that he could get his babysitter Ashley aroused. When she catches onto his plan and refuses his advances, he knocks her out and ties her up. Her boyfriend comes over, and he hits him with a bat and runs away when he starts to realize something's amiss. But he does manage to get him knocked out and tied up, too, and he reenacts the paint can trap from Home Alone, with offscreen but obviously messy results. Then he invites Ashley's ex (who's not exactly a saint himself) over and tricks him into writing an apology to her while he ties a noose around his neck and lynches him via a tractor. His "friend"/accomplice, Garrett, meanwhile finally sees the error of his ways and tries to free Ashley, only for Luke to blast him with a shotgun. Finally, he realizes that he's not gonna win Ashley over, so he stabs her in the neck. Which she survives, but when he finds out, he displays intention to go to the hospital and finish her off.

Evil Is Cool traits? Complexity? Freudian Excuse?

Ha. Ha ha. Ha. No. There's nothing cool about him. He's a fairly decent planner, but whenever his plans fall apart, he starts acting more like the petulant little bastard he is. As for complexity, he does persuade Ashley to leave his pet spider alone because it "didn't do anything wrong", but let's see him apply the same logic to Ashley, or hell, Garrett's pet hamster, who he just casually mentions that he killed, never really displaying any remorse for doing so. Bottom line, the spider is his pet. His possession. So that's not mitigating if you ask me. Speaking of Garrett? Totally disposable to him. He screams at him after shooting him, but then calms down and simply says, "He was annoying me." His Freudian Excuse, as he says towards the end, is that his mother never showed him enough comfort. Yeah, that's really it. Totally justifies murdering at least three people in cold blood because his babysitter who's out of his appropriate age range wouldn't have sex with him.


I say keep the odious little prick. And yes, he really did make me that angry. Almost as much as Percy Wetmore (who I'm surprised hasn't been proposed here yet. Hope to fix that ASAP) or Richard Horne.

Edited by Stellarvore on Jun 16th 2019 at 4:35:27 AM

Brainulator9 Short-Term Projects herald from US Since: Aug, 2018 Relationship Status: I get a feeling so complicated...
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#604: Jun 16th 2019 at 10:16:20 AM

Reposting to get an answer: may I remove the Characterization Tags to comply with wiki guidelines?

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falcontalons from Earth-2 Since: Apr, 2019
#605: Jun 16th 2019 at 10:18:51 AM

Yes to Luke Lerner.

[down][down][tup] to them.

Edited by falcontalons on Jun 16th 2019 at 12:20:44 PM

Mattman_the_Storyteller Since: Aug, 2018
#606: Jun 16th 2019 at 11:55:06 AM

Here is the example from the Animated Film subpage. It was at the very bottom. You can also use Ctrl + F to find the words.

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#607: Jun 16th 2019 at 12:14:14 PM

Anymore thoughts on Ben and Mercedes?

username2527 Since: Nov, 2013
#608: Jun 16th 2019 at 12:44:29 PM

Yes to Ben and Mercedes, even though I thought Ma's Freudian Excuse was kind of half-assed.

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Klavice Since: Jan, 2011
#610: Jun 16th 2019 at 2:51:30 PM

I'll throw in a Yeah for Luke, Mercedes and BEN.

ElfenLiedFan90 Me in a nutshell (Coping with Depression) from Jakarta,Indonesia Since: Aug, 2017 Relationship Status: Yes, I'm alone, but I'm alone and free
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#611: Jun 16th 2019 at 3:37:06 PM

Having watched Wall-E in the past? Cut Shelby. He ain't fit for the trope mainly due to his Well-Intentioned nature on keeping the humans in the ship and the guy lacks anything that made him hatable.

But I'll lean yes to Luke though

"Making screw-ups and mistakes was I ever really good at. Because everything I touch went to hell."
Riley1sCool Since: Dec, 2014
#612: Jun 16th 2019 at 9:45:07 PM

With my other two Berserk candidates up, let's move on to the big one. Ganishka.

Work? Berserk. Again. You're familiar with it, most likely. Grimdark, pretty awesome, fantasy manga about warrior Guts taking on demons. Also notable as having three Complete Monster characters, two of which (In my opinion) qualify for Hate Sink status. (Griffith may as well, but I'd rather wait for his arc to be over for that.)

Character? Deeds? Emperor Ganishka is the monstrously evil Apostle (Demonic-powered human) leader of the Kushan Empire, Ganishka leads an invasion of Midland, the Kingdom Griffith is trying to take by legal means. Capturing Princess Charlotte, and going rogue from the Apostle leaders of the Godhand, Ganishka wishes to forcibly marry her so that he could take the throne of Midland. Going to war with Griffith and Midland, he plans to conquer Midland and then kill everyone in it. This is meant to draw the Godhand out, but Ganishka vastly overestimates himself and is played by Griffith at every turn. He also kills his own men, has prisoners fed to crocodiles, and is generally The Caligula.

In terms of vileness? Griffith is completely, soullessly, monstrously evil, but he is a skilled and pragmatic ruler. Griffith may be a good rival to be up against, but Ganishka is nothing but an uppity traitor who wants to conquer everything he sees. Also, I'd be remiss not to mention his Attempted Rape of Charlotte, which is specifically for fun, and, oh yeah, his demonic hybrid soldiers, The Daka.

The Daka are fucking gross. And I'm a Berserk fan. Pregnant women have to give birth to these demon soldiers, and it's implied very heavily that Ganishka enables and encourages mass rape to make them. Again, Griffith is pragmatic even if he's a rapist bastard, and this sets them apart and somewhat encourages the reader to root even further against Ganishka. Sure, Griffith winning isn't an ideal result, but it's far less likely that he's going to be encouraging mass war rape to make demon hybrid soldiers or committing genocide on his own people.

Ganishka is also defeated easily by Guts, and even with his most powerful Villainous Breakdown form, Griffith kills him with a touch.

What makes him hateable? He's The Caligula, monstrously evil, childish, attempts to rape Charlotte, overestimates himself, enables and encourages mass rape, and is planning to wipe out an enemy kingdom to draw the attention of a foe that heavily outmatches him. He is shown as nothing but petty, cruel, and evil. He exists for no reason other than to be a truly monstrous villain for Guts and the gang to go against. His presence even forces Guts and his rival Nosferatu Zodd into an Enemy Mine to take him down because he's powerful and destructive.

Even the Warrior Prince of the Kushan, Silat, wants nothing to do with him or Griffith.

Evil Is Cool traits? Other than a nice Beard of Evil, Ganishka has some... erm... kinda cool traits? His design is cool, he's extremely strong, he's willing to take on the Godhand, something no other Apostle desires to do. He never really gives up toward Griffith.

However, where I feel Griffith avoids this trope for now by being pragmatic, competent, skilled, and an incredible schemer, Ganishka is a destructive, childish, dumbass. Needlessly cruel, wretched, and incompetent, Ganishka brings nothing but violence and death wherever he goes. While the Godhand are no better in the matter of morals, Ganishka is far less pragmatic and far, far, far dumber. All his Evil Is Cool traits are pretty much negated by how atrocious he is.

Freudian Excuse or Redeeming Qualities? Complexity? Contrasting directly the incredibly complex Griffith, Ganishka is very simple in being evil. He's evil. He's got a backstory where his mom tried to kill him, so he killed his father and brother. His mom killed herself. It's nowhere near enough to justify his total evil, it just shows how messed up the Empire is. He's pretty simplistic evil.

Conclusion? I'm gonna go with yea on this one. Man, Berserk is fucked up.

Edited by Riley1sCool on Jun 16th 2019 at 9:45:37 AM

Pemulis_128 A 20th Century Boy from Teleporting behind you Since: Jul, 2018 Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
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Kylotrope Barb(Its a thread joke you wouldn't get it) from Honolulu Hawaii Since: Apr, 2018
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#614: Jun 16th 2019 at 11:07:17 PM

"(Griffith may as well, but I'd rather wait for his arc to be over for that.)"

Aww can't wait for your grandchildren to handle that EP.

[tup] To ganishka.

Edited by Kylotrope on Jun 16th 2019 at 11:07:32 AM

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IukaSylvie from Kyoto, Japan Since: Oct, 2017 Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, they are imaginary
#615: Jun 16th 2019 at 11:10:31 PM

[tup] to the Ma duo, Luke and Ganishka, but [tdown] to Shelby.

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#616: Jun 17th 2019 at 4:16:20 AM

Cut Shelby. But [tup] Ganishka and Luke.

Edited by SkyCat32 on Jun 17th 2019 at 7:43:01 AM

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IukaSylvie from Kyoto, Japan Since: Oct, 2017 Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, they are imaginary
#617: Jun 17th 2019 at 4:40:09 PM

By permission of Animeking 1108, I quote their Complete Monster effort post for Kai Chisaki/Overhaul from My Hero Academia in order to propose a re-evaluation for him.

What is the work?

My Hero Academia, a shonen manga in a world full of superheroes.

Who is he?

Kai Chisaki, aka, Overhaul: the boss of Shi[e] Hassaikai, a Yakuza syndicate, and the Arc Villain of the Internship Arc. His Quirk allows him to disassemble and reassemble anything, including people (basically, Josuke Higashikata if his life went horribly wrong somewhere).

[...] He was taken in by the original boss of the Hassaikai as a street urchin. Wanting to repay his boss, he seeks to make Quirk erasing bullets to sell on the black market and a cure to sell to the public [with the intention of getting the Yakuza back into power over the underworld]. To achieve this, he experiments on a little girl named Eri, who [is his boss's granddaughter (on the daughter's side) and] has a Quirk that could make that possible, by tearing her apart, harvesting her cells, and putting her body back together before she could die. When the boss found out what he was doing, he told Chisaki what he was doing was horribly unethical. Seeing his boss and father figure as an ingrate who doesn't know what's best for the organization, he [put him in a coma] so that he could take it over in his image. With the boss out of the way, he continues to experiment on Eri. During his rule as the boss of the Hassaikai, he finds several suicidal people and gives them a purpose by being his expendable pawns and training dummies.

He introduces himself to the League of Villains with the desire to fill the power vacuum left by All For One's defeat and offers to form a merger with them. He blows Magne in half and severs Mr. Compress's arm after delivering one insult too many, and despite his ability to revive them, he leaves them in their current state. When Shigaraki attempts to kill him in retaliation, he orders one of his underlings to be a human shield for him.

During Izuku's internship with Togata and Sir Nighteye, he encounters Eri, who had escaped from Chisaki's clutches, but Chisaki catches up with them. He passes himself off as Eri's father [rather than revealing himself as her (adoptive) uncle (on the mother's side)], but when Izuku starts questioning Eri's bandages, he leads him and Togata to a dark alley with and subtly threatens to kill them unless Eri comes with him. After getting Izuku and Togata off his back, he kills a subordinate for letting Eri get away.

During the raid of the Shi[e] Hassaikai's hideout, Togata encounters Chisaki and manages to get a hold of Eri. Chisaki tells Eri she was only born to destroy and threatens to kill [Togata, who is angry at Chisaki's horrific abuse of her, if] she doesn't return to him. When Togata tells him that she doesn't have to listen to him, he calls Eri selfish for wanting to escape her experiments and twists the knife further by calling her being [and Quirk] a "curse." During the battle, he orders Shin to use a Quirk Erasure bullet on Togata, permanently depowering him.

Izuku, Nighteye, and Aizawa come to Togata's rescue, and Izuku manages to beat him down. In an act of desperation, he forces Shin to fuse with him while he's unconscious, believing he would have gladly made such a sacrifice after all he's done for him. In his One-Winged Angel form, he manages to fatally impale Sir Nighteye. Izuku, realizing he's outclassed, uses Eri's Quirk to allow him to go all out with One For All without it fatally affecting him. After Chisaki's defeat, the League of Villains ambush the ambulance taking him away. It turns out that the League of Villains's alliance was faked, as Shigaraki was planning to take him out because he was disgusted with not only killing Magne, but also his lack of regard for his own underlings. Instead of killing him, he and Compress sever his arms[, with the former personally stealing his products and calling him out for his hypocrisy].

What makes him personally despicable?

Abusive Parents? Check. Bad Boss? Check. Would Hurt a Child? Check. Would Hit a Girl? Check. Destroying a Nice Guy's promising hero career? Check. Killing The Paragon's former honorable sidekick? Double-check.

Mitigating factors?

While his backstory shows that he was a street urchin and suffers from mysophobia, they're never treated as justification for his actions. He has no tragic justification for wanting to destroy Quirks.

However, what makes him such a tricky candidate is that, as revealed in later chapters, he does love his adoptive father. Even after he put his adoptive father in a coma to continue his Evil Plan, he keeps the old man alive so he could eventually show him the results and prove it was all Worth It. Some scenes show that despite his horrific actions, he is sincere in his intention to repay the old man's kindness to him growing up:

  • His adoptive father always knew his desire to repay the old man but criticized his extreme methods. Even as a child, when he got into a fight with someone who called the Yakuza a villain organization, his adoptive father reproved him for breaking the Yakuza's code against harming someone outside the underworld but thanked him for trying to protect the Yakuza's honor.
  • When talking about his Evil Plan, he angrily told his adoptive father that heroes had cast the latter out, implying that his hatred of them stems from how they had almost driven the Yakuza to extinction. In the same flashback, he expressed concern about the future of the entire Yakuza, telling his assistant, Chronostasis, that his adoptive father was too idealistic for them to survive.
  • Shin Nemoto decided to follow him because the former fraudster's Quirk could tell he's utterly sincere, unlike other people.
  • According to Chronostasis, he spared no effort to protect the Yakuza's dignity since childhood.
  • During his fight with Izuku, he tells Eri that he needs her to fulfill what he believes are the wishes of his adoptive father.
Furthermore, his adoptive father, Chronostasis, and Shin are the closest people to him, and I would scream "they should have known that!" out of shock if he's actually a Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist who only wants power for himself. That said, he arguably undermines his own redeeming qualities by being such a horrible man, willing to abuse his adoptive niece so much that she forgets how to smile.
Any other seemingly noble acts he performs are for his own personal benefit. He also uses his Quirk to cure disease, but that's less out of altruism and more because [of] his mysophobia. He spoils Eri by showering her with toys, but only because he wants her loyalty. He takes in suicidal people and promises to give them a purpose. What's that purpose? To be his meat shields. The closest thing he has to a sincere Pet the Dog moment is acknowledging Togata as a Worthy Opponent. [...] He mentions that he hates killing, but he only does because that requires getting their blood on him.

Even his Evil Is Cool traits, particularly his design and Creepy Awesomeness, are undermined because the story places more emphasis on how monstrous his actions are.


I lean towards [tup]. His redeeming qualities are too much for me to declare him a straight example, but he's too evil for me to say [tdown] as well.

Edited by IukaSylvie on Aug 2nd 2019 at 6:46:40 PM

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#618: Jun 17th 2019 at 5:42:50 PM

Found this one at the Complete Monster forum. While she's not a CM, she is otherwise an awful character.

What is the work?

I Made A Comic About Internet Explorer a webcomic written and drawn by Merrywheaterey consisting of anthropomorphic personifications of internet browsers and search engines.

Who are they?

Google Chrome Chan and Opera. Let's start with Google Chrome Chan. She is otherwise one of the most popular internet browsers by far. So much so, she has an inflated ego and is a raging narcissist. Sometime after Internet Explorer Chan was sent to the Deep Web — inadvertently leaving Bing-chan to her lonesome — Google Chrome Chan enters the comic and...produces tentacles from her back to suck out Bing-chan's RAM for her own purposes. The process is painful and nightmarish. Eventually, Google Chrome Chan robbed more RAM from Bing-chan, leaving her as a seeming husk of her former self and she presumably succumbs to her injuries. When Internet Explorer Chan — now Microsoft Edge Chan, approaches her demanding to know what she had done to Bing, Google Chrome Chan sadistically tells her that she died. Oh, and a later chapter also reveals that she is holding the World Wide Web hostage. Great....

So otherwise a major, nay colossal, bitch who always has that psychotic smirk of self-importance plastered over her very punchable face. Now Opera.

Opera, Opera Chan, is a browser made by a Chinese-owned Norwegian software company and functions as The Dragon to Google Chrome Chan because she wanted to feed on her Chromium OS (yay, more computer-y terms). Unlike Google Chrome Chan, Opera appeared to have a smidge of a conscience to her as she asks Google Chrome Chan on whether it was really necessary to torture Bing-chan for her RAM, but keeps her tongue so she wouldn't end up like her. Then why, pray tell, am I mentioning her? Chapter 37, that's why.

In the preceding chapters? Opera seemed to deflect from Google Chrome Chan allegedly because she saw that she was going too far. After joining up with Internet Explorer Chan/Microsoft Edge Chan and storming Google Chrome Chan's base...Opera stabs Internet Explorer Chan in the back, telling her that it was now the year of the Google.

Evil Is Cool traits? Complexity? Freudian Excuse?

Hell no. Google Chrome is a narcissistic sociopath who literally wants to rule the entire internet and kills Bing-chan in an unnecessarily cruel fashion and then rubs it in Internet Explorer Chan's face without a lick of remorse. Opera I would be more lenient on because she seemed to be the least evil of the two and does have an Even Evil Has Standards moment and she only joined forces because she needed the Chromium OS to survive. But being two-faced and stabbing Internet Explorer Chan when her guard was down is one of the worst cases of betrayal I had ever seen. So no. No sympathy. No personal tragedies. No complexity between this villainous duo. Zilch. None.


And...we got two selfish, disgusting bitches to consider for Hate Sink.

Edited by AustinDR on Jun 17th 2019 at 5:43:31 AM

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#619: Jun 17th 2019 at 7:20:55 PM

[tup] overhaul, opera and chrome.

Edited by SkyCat32 on Jun 18th 2019 at 10:51:59 AM

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AustinDR Lizzid people! (4 Score & 7 Years Ago)
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#620: Jun 17th 2019 at 9:14:26 PM

And there's actually Opera I listed too.

IukaSylvie from Kyoto, Japan Since: Oct, 2017 Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, they are imaginary
Stellarvore Since: Apr, 2016
#622: Jun 18th 2019 at 11:40:27 AM

I'm gonna have to spoiler tag the whole thing, because Luke turning out to be the villain is a pretty major plot twist.

Better Watch Out: Luke is one of the most odious child villains ever put to screen. He stages a home invasion, then murders Ashley's boyfriend and ex-boyfriend in cold blood, and later Garrett, his own friend and accomplice for trying to save her when he sees the error of his ways, all in a twisted ploy to seduce Ashley, who he later tries to kill when he realizes she won't come around to him. As much as he might initially appear to be intelligent and a good planner, his petulance reveals itself whenever his plans go out the window.

IukaSylvie from Kyoto, Japan Since: Oct, 2017 Relationship Status: Complex: I'm real, they are imaginary
#623: Jun 18th 2019 at 6:04:14 PM

Quoting everything I can find on This Very Wiki, I propose a re-evaluation for Shou Tucker from Fullmetal Alchemist.

What is the work?

From the summary of the manga:

Created by by Hiromu Arakawa and running between August 2001 to June 2010, Fullmetal Alchemist (Japanese title Hagane no Renkinjutsushi) follows the story of the Elric brothers, Edward and Alphonse, who live in a world where those who know how to do so can practice the art of alchemy (transmuting one material into another or reshaping it into new forms). The brothers' skill with alchemy at an early age led them to believe they can bring their recently-deceased mother back to life using human transmutation — a forbidden, taboo practice of alchemy. Their hubris costs Ed his right arm and left leg (now replaced with artificial "automail" limbs) and leaves Al as a soul affixed to an empty suit of armor. Years later, the brothers set out to find the Philosopher's Stone, a legendary artifact said to allow any form of transmutation without the necessary Equivalent Exchange.

The government tightly controls knowledge about the Philosopher's Stone, however, so Edward takes — and passes — the State Alchemist Examination to become "a dog of the military" and gain access to the State's information. The brothers also do the government's work by traveling around the country and solving problems, though trouble often finds them first. As the Elrics dig deeper into the mystery of the Philosopher's Stone and search for a way to create one, they stumble onto truths about their family and friends, the military, the Stone, and even the very nature of alchemy itself — and they also discover a vast conspiracy led by dark forces who wish to use their search for their own reasons.

Who is he?

From his Complete Monster entry on Monster.Fullmetal Alchemist:

Shou Tucker, the Sewing-Life Alchemist, is known for his ability to create chimeras capable of speech. He's introduced to the Elric brothers[, who visited him in an attempt to get a clue to getting their bodies back,] as an awkward man with a 4-year-old daughter named Nina. With his State Alchemist license soon to expire, Tucker created another Chimera by fusing Nina and her dog Alexander into a miserable Half-Human Hybrid which is in constant agony. When the Elric brothers discovered Nina's new state, Edward's rage nearly drove him to kill Tucker. It is then revealed that the other speaking Chimera [which reportedly killed itself by refusing to eat] was actually his wife and Nina's mother, whom Tucker created by fusing her to another animal, earning him his State Alchemist status in the first place. Tucker refuses to admit what he did was horrible, going as far as to tell the Elric brothers that they shouldn't have a problem with his actions and that anybody else in his position would have done the same thing. While only appearing in one chapter, Shou Tucker manages to be one of the most depraved characters in the manga and Brotherhood anime.

What makes him personally despicable?

From his Hate Sink entry on HateSink.Anime And Manga:

[...] He's a barely competent alchemist who has no problem turning his wife —and then his adorable little daughter and her Big Friendly Dog— into tormented monstrosities For Science! and to keep his title of State Alchemist, and who consistently refuses to own up to what he did. As a result of his monstrous actions, Tucker is universally loathed by the In-Universe characters, the audience and the author herself — in fact, he is the only character in the entire series who is sent directly to Hell.

Mitigating factors?

From his Hate Sink entry on Characters.Fullmetal Alchemist Others:

There is nothing remotely cool, sympathetic, or funny about Tucker. Even the financial justifications he gives for his actions just come across as the worst kind of pathetic. [...]


Unlike in the case of Kai Chisaki/Overhaul from My Hero Academia, he's an easy [tup] for me.

Edited by IukaSylvie on Jun 19th 2019 at 12:22:44 AM

Pemulis_128 A 20th Century Boy from Teleporting behind you Since: Jul, 2018 Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
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#624: Jun 18th 2019 at 6:45:38 PM

[tup][tup][tup][tup][tup][tup][tup] to Shou Tucker, one of the most loathsome characters in anime and manga history.

MasterJoseph Frolaytia X Qwenthur of Heavy Object from Not telling. Since: Mar, 2018
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#625: Jun 18th 2019 at 7:51:07 PM


Given what he did to his family, he HAS no right to talk about good intentions.

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