9 Anime Characters Who Were Born To Suffer

There are a few anime characters who never got what they deserved. A few characters just become frail with regards to having the option to change the course of their circumstance and others essentially settle on some unacceptable decisions. Few out of every odd anime character gets the destiny they deserve, yet some were simply destined to suffer.

Whatever the purpose behind their circumstance, these characters are the reason for a great deal of misfortune for even the most easygoing watchers.

Meiko “Menma” Honma (Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day):

Menma is one of the main heroes in Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day. From the beginning, watchers are informed that Menma is dead and the character in the show is her ghost, yet that didn’t make the blow any less annihilating. Indeed, even in death, she is depicted as kind, cheerful, and sacrificial. Be that as it may, watchers likewise see her being desolate on the grounds that she needs to see every last bit of her friends.

Mikaela Hyakuya (Seraph Of The End):

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Mika was presented in the first episode of Seraph Of The End. He was a young man who might do anything for his discovered family, including allowing a vampire to drink his blood to then be transformed into a vampire without wanting to. Mika at that point goes through the following quite a long while preparing with his vampire group just to discover that people were the explanation the world changed. All he needs is to protect his closest companion, Yu, from the people, however his reality gets flipped around.

Ash Lynx (Banana Fish):

Banana Fish is soul-smashing. The main episode sets the anime up as a heartbreaker when the impacts of the medication ‘Banana Fish’ appear. From that point, fans see what group life in the backstreet’s of New York can resemble. The fighting, death, brutality, and medication pushing are serious, yet they can’t measure up to Ash Lynx and his backstory. Ash’s awful life as a pack chief develops to a sad end that must be believed to be accepted.

Maes Hughes (Fullmetal Alchemist):

One of the greatest enthusiastic punches in anime comes from the passing of Maes Hughes in Fullmetal Alchemist. In his brief timeframe, he is portrayed as a warm, cherishing individual who unmistakably adores his better half and little girl. He is continually seen with an image of his significant other and girl. Hughes’ death truly launched a great deal of the activity in Fullmetal Alchemist and turned into a major impetus for Roy Mustang to cut down the homunculi.

Sakunosuke Oda (Bungou Stray Dogs):

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When discussing enthusiastic punches, Bungou Stray Dogs fans are as yet in stun over Sakunosuke Oda. Oda and Ango’s presentations are befuddling since they are important for a flashback of events, however watchers before long got used to both of them and their science with Dazai. Regardless of whether it was watching him attempt and save the vagrants he had gotten so enamored with or his last minutes, Oda changed the Bungou Stray Dogs universe.

Itachi Uchiha (Naruto):

Experiencing childhood in a war-torn time, Itachi’s life was encircled by death and annihilation. Considering all to be that battle as a kid left him as a conservative on a basic level and all he needed was to turn into a ninja and secure his more younger brother. He was then compelled to slaughter his whole faction, aside from his brother. Thus, Itachi turns into a rebel ninja. Indeed, even in his dying, Itachi did all that attempting to ensure his brother. Itachi is apparently a villain, however fans actually accept he was a Naruto character that had the right to live.

Sasha Blouse (Attack On Titan):

Sasha was one of the more happy individuals from the survey corps and frequently gave truly necessary lighthearted elements in Attack On Titan’s more obscure minutes. She was all the more affectionately known as ‘Potato Girl‘ by fans. Attack On Titan unquestionably doesn’t avoid character death. Numerous darling characters have died inside its four-season run, however Sasha was quite possibly the most sudden.

Ken Kaneki (Tokyo Ghoul):

Kaneki is the fundamental hero of Tokyo Ghoul which has numerous dark and upsetting minutes yet hardly any contrast with the first episode. In the main episode, Kaneki is amped up for the reality he has a date with an exceptionally delightful lady who shares his preference regarding books. Close to the furthest limit of their data, it turns out she is really a ghoul who messes with him.

Levi’s Squad (Attack On Titan):

The Levi Squad were a tip-top crew in the overview corps in Attack on Titan. Hand-picked by Levi Ackerman himself, they were solid, reliable, and steadfast. The group rambled about how they were in a state of harmony with one another and could organize attacks without talking with each other. At the point when they were given the task to secure Eren Yeager, they planned a form to draw the female titan into a snare and definitely neglected to do as such, bringing about the deaths of the whole crew. The lone ones actually standing were Levi and Eren.

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