Puella Magi Madoka Magica: Her philosophy is essentially nihilistic; she wants to conquer all humanity because of a belief that Humans Are the Real Monstersand so they deserve nothing better than to be crushed under her iron boot.
Grodek Ainoa from Mobile Suit Gundam AGE - Driven by tragic events from his past, a bit brooding, charismatic and with no problem or remorse wrecking all possible rules to achieve his goal.
In the end he dies without saving the girl, alone, miserable and deluded. But he has a habit of teaming up with morality pets to rein himself in, not unlike a certain other time traveler.
She also has a strained relationship with her mother, a professional model who tries to get her daughter into a similar way and Rika is quite bothered by it.
Joe Yabuki, who goes through many hardships that concludes in his own death Unlike Kaito, who is in the same series as him listed below Mitsuzane, throughout the story, is sarcasticdistantcynical and jaded; and of course, self-destructive. Following Frieza bringing the Saiyan race to the verge of extinction, despite the Saiyans loyalty to Frieza, Vegeta became even more determined.
He vowed never to let this happen again and dedicated his life to ruthlessly killing the few to save the many. She stopped fighting for good as a result and became a selfish Blood Knight and social Darwinist who fights only for her benefit. Both of them are popular with their personal fanbases at least in part because of this.
The dragon, for his part, plans only to count all his money and perhaps sort it out into piles. Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop. Is he intensely introspective?
Abandoned at an orphanage with his little brother, Mokuba, by his relatives when their parents died, he grabbed an opportunity to get him and his brother adopted by a big shot CEO.
Which I guess explains all the desire. Every once in a while, the humans sense that their systems are actually nonsense—that is where the Shaper steps in.
He not only gets beaten easily, but is forced to relive the slaughter of his family all over again, undoing all of his recovery and breaking him further.
In reality, of course, the Shaper has no broader vision than any other man, and he is still working within the same limited system of facts and observations.
The primary antagonist, Kotomine Kirei, was a pious man who always worked for the betterment of mankind because it was the right thing to do. In a Four-Temperament Ensemblethey will almost invariably be the Melancholic. He orchestrated a plan to kill off his family after killing his best friend who let him do it after his failure to gain the power.
Her internal conflicts lead to her downfall; her inability to firmly deal with an apparently harmless traitordespite knowing of his treachery, leads to the decimation of her forces. Did you know he spent years in a Tibetan monastery?
Dwight and Wallace embody this trope more than any other Sin City protagonist: He could also be a deconstruction of one:A summary of Chapter 5 in John Gardner's Grendel.
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