8 Smartest Anime Characters
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An anime protagonist has many characteristics, will to act, power, fighting skills and one of the main ones is the with no doubt the intelligence.

As MangaThrill we wanted to make a list of some of the smartest anime protagonists, check them out below:

No Game, No Life

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The studio Madhouse anime No Game No Life premiered from April to December 2014 which follows the story of Sora and Shiro who are two hikikomori step-kin who are referred to in the web based gaming world as Blank, an undefeated gathering of gamers.

Sora and Shiro wind up moved to a world called Disboard. Here, all issues and clashes are settled by playing high stake games. For these two genius gamers, this is easy, particularly perceiving how they have no issue cheating so as to dominate matches.

Terror in Resonance

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Studio MAPPA production anime Terror in Resonance two teenage boys who with names Nine and Twelve, that steal a prototype atomic bomb in an apparent terrorist attack. Calling themselves Sphinx they transfer a video onto the Internet and take steps to crush Tokyo city except if a secretive puzzle can be solved.

An investigator named Kenjirou Shibazaki is invovled in to be important for a special team whose solitary occupation is to deal with these fear mongers. The more included Shibazaki becomes for the situation, the less sure he becomes about the two young men being terrorists.

Monster

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This psychological thriller anime spins around the life of Dr. Kenzo Tenma, who is compelled to settle on very troublesome decisions throughout his life. Monster anime is actually an unusual one that manages numerous mental issues and philosophical inquiries.

Well, in the anime psychosis, mental issues, and nihilism are talked about unreservedly, similar to the internal disturbances of the main characters and some of the side characters as well.

Detective Conan

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Jimmy Kudo (Shinichi Kudo) is a high school detective who some of the time works with the police to comprehend cases, with no uncertainty he is a remarkable detective.

His skills come from his sheer mind, and so he manages to solve difficult cases he faces during the series. Anyway one day he turns out to be essential for a medication racket where he’s dosed with an obscure substance. The following day he awakens however as a seven-year-old kid.

Presently he uses his alter ego name which is Conan Edogawa however has held his memories and intelligence too, and proceeds to settle the greatest riddle of his life.

The King’s Avatar

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The King’s Avatar follows the tale of Ye Xiu, who is an expert esports player living in Hangzhou, China. Generally considered the best player of the computer game Glory. Ye Xiu was skipper of the esports group, Excellent Era, holding the record of the Fight God, One Autumn Leaf before being compelled to leave the group, surrendering probably the most grounded account in the game and leave the serious scene because of his reluctance to participate in any advertising to benefit the group.

Ye Xiu gets cheated by his supervisors, in return for a fresher and more youthful face. Resolved to settle the score with them, he begins his excursion anew in the round of Glory under the nom de plume Lord Grim.

Furnished with his mind and long stretches of involvement as a favorable to gamer, Xiu is effectively ready to wreck any and each impediment that he faces in the game.

Log Horizon

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Log Horizon, the anime adaptation of the novel with the same name Shiroe who is the main protagonist of the series, winds up shipped into the universe of a game called Elder Tale. A great many others are stuck close by him, yet not at all like most of them, Shiroe is a veteran at this game.

He changes rapidly by figuring out how to think carefully. He haggles with the NPCs, wades into controversy so as to curry favor, accumulates a gathering of supporters, and embarks to make the best of all that he can.

Code Geass

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Code Geass anime follows the story of Lelouch vi Britannia who is an exiled Britannian prince, child of Emperor Charles zi Britannia and his imperial partner Marianne vi Britannia.

Lelouch one day ends up in the ownership of an incredible force called the Geass. Through this force, he can direct individuals’ activities for a brief timeframe. He at that point expects the character of the vigilante Zero who battles against the harsh and oppressive Empire of Britannia.

Death Note

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Death Note is one of the most famous anime series of all time that was introduced to fans quite a long time ago which follows the story of an intelligent high-school student named Light Yagami finds the “Death Note”, a mysterious black notebook which can kill anyone as long as the user knows the chosen target’s name and face.

After finding out that the notebook works and initially being terrified of its god-like abilities, Light begins to consider the possibilities of the Death Note’s potential and sets out to create a world without crime, killing numerous high-profile, famous Japanese criminals, before targeting some international criminals around the world.