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The “the ultimate list anime” is a list of the best anime ever created, from all genres. It has been compiled by many different people, and it is updated regularly.
Slytherin, along with Gryffindor, is one of the most popular houses — for all the wrong reasons, sadly.
Slytherin may be the most misunderstood of the four houses.
While it is the house with the greatest number of pupils who eventually went on to become wicked wizards, this does not necessarily imply that the house is just for the cruel and malevolent.
But I can’t dispute that the traits a kid must possess in order to be sorted into Slytherin often lead to… terrible outcomes.
However, these characteristics have a good side, such as leadership, ambition, cunning, and ingenuity.
Let’s look at some anime characters with similar attributes that would be a good match for House Slytherin as a fun crossover concept.
Sosuke Aizen (#10)
Bleach is a Japanese anime series.
Aizen longed to be a being that existed beyond of life and death. He aspired to be a deity beyond all else, the most flawless specimen ever created.
His planning went practically undiscovered because he was so excellent at disguising his actual goals and influencing others.
Even though things didn’t turn out well for him, he accomplished everything almost flawlessly – until Ichigo (the “Chosen One” in this instance) destroyed his brilliant plan.
Aizen, the Espada’s commander, had deceived many Shinigami for years and was on the verge of realizing his objective.
But it’s too bad he wasn’t the primary character.
Yuno Gasai (nine)
Future Diary is an anime series set in the future.
Yuno may seem adorable, but she’s a yandere you don’t want to cross.
Future Diary began with her as a usual bashful and gentle waifu. Yuno’s manipulative and possessive character started to emerge as the story unfolded.
But, unlike the most of the people on this list, the basis of her “evil” is not ambition.
Rather, love is to blame for all of the disasters that occurred during the series.
There is, after all, such a thing as too much love. Ironic.
8. Yagami (light)
Death Note is a Japanese anime series.
Lord Voldemort would have delighted to have Light’s power to murder anybody at any moment in his arsenal.
But that’s not to say Light hasn’t put the Death Note to good use…
In fact, until he was ultimately stopped, he abused and spammed the hell out of it.
He was as well-known and feared over the globe as the Dark Lord himself, and he went by the moniker Kira.
He’s personable, cunning, and aggressive, and he understands how to manipulate people.
It took the best brains of his generation to bring him down, which is astounding given that he was only in high school when it all began.
Gilgamesh is number seven on the list.
Anime: Fate/Stay Night
Do you think Malfoy is too proud of his Pureblood status?
Try someone who is a demigod and would brag about it anytime he had the opportunity.
Slytherin pupils are often depicted as the most proud of their history of the four houses.
But what about Gilgamesh? He’s really proud of what he’s accomplished. It’s not simply his celestial ancestors.
After all, he’s a king who’s strong and resourceful enough to maintain his position despite his many foes.
Overall, he’s a proud, educated leader who, more than half of the time, is also an indifferent jerk.
Accelerator No. 6
A Certain Scientific Accelerator in Anime
Accelerator used to be one of those callous and despotic villains until Touma spoke sense into him.
He used to be cruel and power-hungry, willing to go to any length to attain his ambition of becoming the first Level 6 esper.
His eagerness to utilize people for his own advantage mellowed after his brush with Touma.
This transformation resulted in one of the finest character improvements I’ve ever seen in any animation.
Himiko Toga, No. 5
My Hero Academia is an anime series based on the manga My Hero Academia.
Despite the fact that she is attractive in her own right (don’t judge me), no one can dispute that Himiko Toga’s persona is a little creepy.
Her combat technique and Quirk are largely centered on her high degree of craftiness, which more than qualifies her for Slytherin sorting.
The toga is as slick as a snake. She is one of the most deadly villains we’ve encountered in BNHA since she never gets caught unless she wants to.
She’s also quite good at influencing people, as you would expect.
After all, she is the finest spy in the League of Villains.
Dragon Ball Z is a Japanese animated television series.
This character is one of the few in anime who made a full 180 and became an immediate fan favorite.
It’s easy to understand why Vegeta is so arrogant, obstinate, ambitious, and clever, having been raised as king since infancy.
He had to stay alive while working under the same guy who murdered Vegeta’s father and blew up Vegeta’s ship (his planet). Yes, I understand how perplexing that might be.
Vegeta later saw the folly of his planet-busting ways after meeting Goku and the other earthlings (particularly his beloved wife Bulma).
But it’s clear that he still wants to be stronger than Goku. Along with his pure badassery, it’s one of the few things about him that hasn’t changed.
Teach, Marshall D. (Blackbeard)
One Piece is a popular anime series.
When it comes to ambition, Blackbeard is one of the few fictional figures who really embodies the darker side.
He’s the definition of selfish, spiteful, opportunistic, and too ambitious. As a result, he is unquestionably one of One Piece’s most renowned antagonists.
He assassinated his own captain for his Devil Fruit, hired many of the sea’s most deadly pirates, and arranged the sad events at Marineford, to name a few things.
Not only that, but I have a feeling Blackbeard’s record of nasty crimes is only getting started.
It seems that “enough” will never be enough for him.
He’s also the polar opposite of Luffy, who prioritizes his buddies before riches, fame, or power.
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures is a Japanese anime series.
This total meme-lord of a vampire shouldn’t be unexpected to find on a list of Slytherin characters.
Dio may not be a nobleman, but neither was Tom Riddle. Instead, they walked about like nobility: arrogant and condescending.
He is the epitome of someone with lofty goals and, to boot, is highly crafty.
Dio, like Voldemort, came dangerously near to realizing his one genuine goal: perpetual life.
Unfortunately for them both, as soon as they attained immortality, they became overconfident.
You’d think that after living for so long, these two would figure anything out. No, it seems not!
Orochimaru is a character in the anime Orochimaru.
Naruto is a Japanese anime series.
Okay, this one is self-evident.
With his character design, he could practically be the Slytherin poster boy!
It’s not only his physical look, though. Despite being a reformed evil, Orochimaru exhibits many Slytherin characteristics.
For example, he’s the kind of shinobi that is willing to betray his own community, which once trusted him. He even assassinated a Hokage in order to carry out his plans!
That’s what I’m talking about when I say “dedication.” You-Know-Who would say yes…
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