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YMMV His soul is as turbulent as the sea. A titan straddling good and evil, serving no master but his own considerable desires. Did you know he spent years in a Tibetan monastery? Which I guess explains all the desire. A Byronic hero is on his own side and has his own set of beliefs which he will not bow nor change for anyone. A Byronic hero is a character whose internal conflicts are heavily romanticized and who himself ponders and wrestles with his struggles and beliefs.

Some are portrayed with a suggestion of dark crimes or tragedies in their past. The following traits are very characteristic of Byronic heroes and may be helpful in identifying them: Is usually male though female examples are not unheard of and is always considered very attractive physically and in terms of personality, possessing a great deal of magnetism and charisma, using these abilities to achieve social and romantic dominance.

One mark against him personality wise, however, is a struggle with his own personal integrity. Is very intelligent, perceptive, sophisticated, educated, cunning and adaptable, but also self-centered. Is emotionally sensitive, which may translate into being emotionally conflicted, bipolar, or moody. Is intensely self-critical and introspective and may be described as dark and brooding. He dwells on the pains or perceived injustices of his life, often to the point of over-indulgence. May muse philosophically on the circumstances that brought him to this point, including personal failings.

Is cynical, world-weary, and jaded, often due to a mysterious Dark and Troubled Past , which, if uncovered, may reveal a significant loss, or a crime or mistake committed which still haunts him, or, conversely, that he may be suffering from some unnamed crime against him. He is extremely passionate, with strong personal beliefs which are usually in conflict with the values of the status quo.

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He sees his own values and passions as above or better than those of others, manifesting as arrogance or a martyr-like attitude. Sometimes, however, he just sees himself as one who must take the long, hard road to do what must be done. Because of this, he is very rebellious, having a distaste for social institutions and norms and is disrespectful of rank and privilege, though he often has said rank and privilege himself. This rebellion often leads to social isolation, rejection, or exile, or to being treated as an outlaw, but he will not compromise, being unavoidably self-destructive.

Vampires are often written as this kind of character, as a way to romanticize an otherwise disturbing creature. Oftentimes, to highlight their signature brooding aura, a Byronic hero will be compared with creatures that have dark, supernatural connotations, with demons, ghosts, and of course, vampires, all being popular choices.

Love Tropes are often involved with this character, but almost always in a very cynical, existential way. Similarly, he could also be a Pragmatic Villain , as the two follow their desires without care for others, but nonetheless have no interest in outright evil.

A great number will also be Rebellious Spirits. In a Four-Temperament Ensemble , they will almost invariably be the Melancholic. Classical anti-heroes have many flaws but without any violent or sociopathic traits Byronic heroes have. Tragic Heroes suffer from a specific sin in particular, which is treated as their Fatal Flaw , and are often well-intentioned or otherwise blameless.

While both characters may ultimately be defeated by their flaws, the Tragic Heroes and Tragic Villains tend to suffer more for them in the end, and include An Aesop. A somewhat milder example in Ashita no Joe.

Joe Yabuki, who goes through many hardships that concludes in his own death Guts is a notable example of this trope and fits most of the classical traits. He spent the years after the Eclipse wandering from town to town and killing Apostles, largely indifferent to the people he saved and hanging onto his humanity by a thread.

He eventually starts to return to his original personality after he sees where his obsession with revenge has left him. Griffith also counted, prior to being broken during a Trauma Conga Line that eventually led to the Eclipse. The anime incarnation of the titular character counts as one.

After triggering an event that makes Mato cry, she goes insane and goes on a rampage. From the Leijiverse , Captain Harlock is a brooding badass whose devotion to Earth leads him to abandon its corrupt government and defend it alone. Manipulative Bastard Lelouch Lamperouge is an arrogant narcissist, is generally fine with slaughtering his enemies, is fairly vengeful, and frequently lies to and keeps secrets from his own men, as well as his friends and family.

Although the universe has screwed him over a couple of times. Although to his credit, he never thinks he is a good person, and actually reveals the full extent of his crimes to the world, and publicly has himself executed for them.

Suzaku could also count. Brooding, uncompromising, self-destructive Death Seeker who seeks atonement for killing his father and causing Japan to be enslaved by Britannia.

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In season 2, he becomes even worse, descending into Knight Templar territory and conquering EU nations for Schneizel. A third example is C. As a young girl, she was unable to experience true love thanks to the Geass bestowed upon her, and she was later cursed with a Code that sent her through centuries of torture.

All this tragedy left her a Broken Bird and Empty Shell by the present day. After giving Lelouch his Geass, she makes it clear that she sticks with him for her own reasons namely, getting rid of her Code so that she can finally die , but she regains her humanity through her interactions with him. Faye Valentine from Cowboy Bebop. Light Yagami is a villainous one. He could also be a deconstruction of one: Of course the "misunderstood" conception changes at the end, at least in-universe.

He tries to achieve his goal through illegal means and has questionable morals. In the end, he realises that his goals are not going to achieve the bigger picture that L, his mentor and idol, wants. He takes it upon himself to handle what he believes needs to be done with the mindset of "someone has to do it".

He seems not only leave behind his inferiorality with not being 1, but even helps his rival Near, leaving him with all the glory. Rika Nonaka from Digimon Tamers , who before her Character Development , was cold, brooding, and ruthless on the outside. She was a fierce battler, both in the Digimon card game and with her partner, with having the drive for being the strongest.

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. She also tries to keep her distance from Takato and Henry at first. Vegeta fits this role like a glove during the Namek Arc. Having essentially been a slave working under Frieza from the age of 12, he was hell-bent on surpassing Frieza in strength and eventually overthrowing him so that he and the Saiyans could, in his opinion, rightfully claim their position as the dominant force in the universe.

Following Frieza bringing the Saiyan race to the verge of extinction, despite the Saiyans loyalty to Frieza, Vegeta became even more determined. His first step in achieving his goal was to gain immortality, and he was willing to do anything to gain immortality, ranging from slaughtering innocent men and children, fighting dirty and swallowing his pride and teaming up with the heroes.

After failing to achieve immortality, his goal then turned to surpassing Goku, no matter how bad of a situation he would have created, if it meant he got one-up on Goku, it was worth it. Piccolo also qualifies, considering he was born to kill Goku and conquer the Earth, before being forced to team up with the heroes. He has a very serious, melancholic outlook on life. After fusing with Kami he also becomes very noble with very strong morals, even further fitting this trope.

Lucy from Elfen Lied is a perfect example. To put it mildly. Largely concerned with personal interests? Disrespect of common authority? Defined by conflict, inner and outer? Cynical, jaded, brooding and self-destructive? The protagonist, Emiya Kiritsugu, failed to Shoot the Dog as a child and caused a village to be massacred.

He vowed never to let this happen again and dedicated his life to ruthlessly killing the few to save the many. In the process, he had to sacrifice anything resembling normal human emotion. Realizing that this was just stopping minor tragedies instead of solving the fundamental problems of human nature, he agreed to work for the Einzberns so that he could use the Grail to end all warfare forever.

During the war, he consistently succeeds while slowly sacrificing everything that made him even slightly happy, ending up the story a broken man who had nothing left. 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.

However, he took no joy in it and instead began to suffer when he realized what a hollow existence he was. With some prodding from Gilgamesh, he instead embraced his true passion of causing suffering.

A third possible Byronic hero is Matou Kariya, a man who fled from his corrupt family to escape their evil. In order to protect the daughter of the woman he loved but could not marry, he agreed to reenter the family and participate in the Grail War.

While he begins with noble intentions, his grudge against the father of the girl eventually twists him and with some help from Kotomine he destroys everything he cared about.

In the end he dies without saving the girl, alone, miserable and deluded. Edward Elric has the less destructive traits of this. As cheery as he may seem, he is rigidly stubborn and spends a good amount of time brooding over the terrible things that have happened to him. His Byronic aspects are more emphasized in the anime , however. Greed also has elements of this, mostly in his second incarnation.

A greedy but rebellious being, he listens to no one but himself. To this end, Greed only acts on his whims without much regard to others. He also shows some charisma as he is able to attract followers. Roy Mustang perhaps, though emphasizing on the "hero". Maho Nishizumi of Girls und Panzer is an Aloof Big Sister to Miho who is willing to do whatever it takes to live up to the expectations associated with being the heir to the Nishizumi family so that Miho can live and practice tankery the way she wants, and to that end shot an enemy flag tank when it tried to rescue some of her teammates, which she seems to feel some measure of guilt over.

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. She is a supremely intelligent and charismatic Glorious Leader , highly physically attractive and dominant towards others, yet inside she is a highly conflicted individual; Lonely at the Top , as well as cynical and disillusioned with humanity to the point of being a Misanthrope Supreme.

Her philosophy is essentially nihilistic; she wants to conquer all humanity because of a belief that Humans Are the Real Monsters , and so they deserve nothing better than to be crushed under her iron boot.