69 Hottest Anime Girls of All Time

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Regarding anime, depending on one’s tastes, the girls in the different series can be both beautiful and very handsome. Now, not everyone can find such beauty in animated characters, especially if they’re not from Japan. Still, if you’re among those people who actually notices the beauty of such characters, you’ve come to the right place, as this article, or to be more precise, the list, is exactly right for you. Let’s see our list of hottest anime girls so far.

1. Yoruichi Shihōin

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Appears in: Bleach

Yoruichi Shihōin appears in the manga as a black cat speaking with a male voice (in the anime, during broadcasts in countries other than Japan, the male aspect of the voice has been enhanced). It is only later that it is discovered that she is in fact a woman, ex-commander of special operations and ex-captain of the 2nd division, 22nd head of the Shihōin family, one of the noble families of Soul Society, which she fled after Kisuke Urahara was banished. She has never been seen with her Zanpakutō in a fight. She is defined, when appearing in the form of a cat, as Kisuke Urahara’s best friend. She is also featured on our list of best anime cat girls.

2. Nami

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Appears in: One Piece

As a baby, Nami is an orphan who was adopted along with her half-sister Nojiko by Bellmer, a naval lieutenant. The three went to live in the village of Coco, on the Orange Archipelago in the East Sea. Eight years later, however, the village was targeted by the fish-man pirate Arlong, who occupied it with his crew and imposed enormous taxes on the inhabitants: Bellmer, unable to pay both for her and for the two girls, was killed by the pirate in changing the life of the daughters. Nami was then kidnapped by Arlong and forced to act as their cartographer, tattooing the symbol of their crew on her arm.

3. Winry Rockbell

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Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Winry Rockbell, childhood friend of the Elric brothers, serves as Edward Elric’s mechanic. Having lost her parents in the Ishbal War at the hands of Scar, a patient they had treated, Winry’s passion for automails drives her to relocate to Rush Valley. There, she honed her skills in crafting efficient automails, demonstrating her commitment to assisting Edward and Alphonse Elric, albeit often expressing concern and worry for their well-being.

4. Sakura Haruno

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Appears in: Naruto

She is the main heroine of the series, although she was not originally intended for it. Kishimoto had some difficulty drawing her at the start of the series, which is the source of some of the character’s physical characteristics, such as her broad forehead.

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5. Shion Karanomori

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Appears in: Psycho-Pass

As a latent criminal entrusted with the role of Public Security Analyst by Sibyl, Shion oversees the health and surveillance of the BSP. Informally referring to Inspector Tsunemori as “Akane-chan,” she shares an intimate relationship with Executor Kunizuka.

6. Faye Valentine

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Appears in: Cowboy Bebop

Faye Valentine is a young woman interested only in money. She has shoulder length purple hair, and a red waistcoat over a very short yellow ensemble. She also wears a black thong bodysuit. At the start of Episode # 15, men in coveralls are seen handling a block in which Faye is cryogenized.

She woke up in 2068, in perfect health, but totally amnesic. After making his escape, she scours the space aboard her Redtail, swindling those she meets to pay off her debts and almost immediately losing her money at the races.

7. Akame

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Appears in: Akame ga Kill!

Akame is a member of the Night Raid. She grew up in an elite assassin unit created by the government to serve their causes. When she was a child, she was separated from her little sister to train them apart from each other. After many missions, she meets Najenda.

Akame asserts her beliefs by joining Night Raid, after Najenda convinces her. A true expert in the art of sword handling, she is the most powerful of the group, and her talent is matched only by her appetite.

8. Lucy Heartfilia

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Appears in: Fairy Tail

Lucy Heartfilia aspires to join the renowned guild Fairy Tail in the kingdom of Fiore, achieving this dream through the help of Natsu. Specializing in celestial magic, she can summon spirits using magic keys associated with constellations. Despite her initial shyness, Lucy exhibits a formidable side, especially when interacting with Natsu.

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9. Asuka Langley Soryu

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Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion

Asuka is a self-confident and exuberant teenager who can be adorable as well as very arrogant. A gifted young girl, she is an exceptional pilot employed by the confidential organization NERV to fight monsters called “Angels” with the Evangelion EVA-02, a weapon having the appearance of a giant robot. She actually hides under her confident looks great mental distress due to traumatic episodes that happened in her childhood.

10. Erza Scarlet

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Appears in: Fairy Tail

Feared in Fairy Tail by many members for her severity, she is nicknamed “Titania” because of her strength and titanic mind, and is also considered “the Queen of the fairies”, a possible reference to the queen of the fairies Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (by Shakespeare). She is particularly fond of strawberry cakes, and can get out of control if someone prevents her from eating them. The Fairy Tail emblem is located on her left arm and is blue in color.

11. Yaoyorozu Momo

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

The deputy head of class 1-A and one of the four recommended students, Yaoyorozu was elected with fewer votes than Midoriya. Her Quirk, Creation, enables her to generate any material or inanimate object from her skin by breaking down lipids at the atomic level and converting them, based on her knowledge of molecular structures. The quantity of material she can create depends on her food intake, with larger objects requiring more time and skin to manifest.

12. Rias Gremory

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Appears in: High School DxD

Rias Gremory is the revered high school Madonna, Issei’s lover, and a woman admired openly. Her real identity is Princess Crimson-Haired Ruin, heir to the powerful demon dynasty, the Gremory. While officially part of a Japan-Scandinavia student exchange, she is the president of the occult research club, secretly hosting demons under her command.

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13. Lust

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Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Embodying the sin of lust, this homunculus is 250 years old and appears early in the story as one of the main ones, giving orders to Envy and almost always moving with Gluttony. It was she who initially formed plans such as the use of Envy to trigger Lior’s rebellion, the taking of Tim Marcoh hostage or the hunt for Barry the Butcher.

At first glance lascivious, she is good at playing roles as well, as when she takes the identity of Solaris to seduce Havoc. However, her plans often have flaws and she tends to underestimate her opponents too much.

14. Motoko Kusanagi

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Appears in: Ghost in the Shell

Major Motoko Kusanagi is the central character in the Ghost in the Shell franchise, which includes manga, anime, and film adaptations. She is a cyborg and serves as the field commander of Public Security Section 9, a covert task force specializing in cybercrime and cyberterrorism.

15. Lisa Yadōmaru

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Appears in: Bleach

This impulsive young girl, once the vice-captain of the 8th Division under Kyōraku Shunsui’s command, possesses resourcefulness and briefly withstands Ichigo in Hollow mode. Often seen with an adult book, she bears a striking resemblance to Nanao, her fellow division member, and uses a Zanpakutō that transforms into a giant spear upon release. Dressed in a schoolgirl outfit, she showcases her skills and determination in battle.

16. Bulma

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Appears in: Dragon Ball

Introduced at 16, Bulma embarks on a quest for the Dragon Balls during her school break to fulfill her wish for a fiancé. Armed with a self-made radar, she meets Son Goku, the possessor of the four-star ball, and together, they seek the remaining five Dragon Balls. Their journey brings encounters with Kame-Sen’nin, Oolong, a shape-shifting pig, and Yamcha, leading to a budding relationship between Bulma and Yamcha.

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17. Nefertari Vivi

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Appears in: One Piece

Nefertari Vivi, daughter of Cobra and princess of Alabasta, was raised by her father and loyal Igaram. Despite her royal status, she displays humility and genuine concern for her people. Accompanied by her devoted pet duck, Karl, Vivi prioritizes the well-being of her subjects and is willing to risk her life for her country. In combat, she utilizes the Mermaidance, a dance with hypnotic or charming effects on her opponents.

18. Akeno Himejima

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Appears in: High School DxD

Akeno, the second-in-command of the Gremory clan and known as the “Priestess of Thunder,” holds the position of vice-president in the occult research club with the rank of “Lady.” Despite her gentle and discreet demeanor in normal circumstances, Akeno reveals a mysterious and formidable side in battle, transforming into a powerful and sadistic fighter. Her beauty and popularity rank second only to Rias within the clan. Issei’s instinctive mistrust of her is proven justified as her true capabilities are unveiled during combat.

19. Chelsea

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Appears in: Akame ga Kill!

Chelsea is a red-haired girl with the ability to transform using her Imperial weapon, Gaea Foundation. Her method of combat involves using fine needles to target the vital points of her enemies. Not introduced until halfway through the series, she becomes a significant presence in the storyline.

20. Nejire Hado

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

A third-year student and member of the Big 3, Nejire is considered one of the three strongest students in the school. During internships, she takes Ochaco and Tsuyu under her protection, accompanying them to Pro Hero Ryukyu, for whom she serves as an assistant with the hero alias Nejire-chan. Nejire is a close friend of Mirio and Amajiki, known for her cheerful and talkative personality. Her Quirk, called Wave, enables her to transform her life energy into shock waves.

21. Mirajane Strauss

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Appears in: Fairy Tail

Mirajane Strauss, an S-rank mage, holds the title of the strongest woman in the guild, surpassing even Erza. As the older sister of Elfman and Lisanna, she wields demon transformation magic (Satan Soul) and commands formidable demons. Mirajane, with an angelic face outside of battles, serves as the guild’s representative. Her emblem, located on her left thigh, is white. Despite her strength, she maintains a pleasant demeanor, being kind to everyone and always wearing a smile.

22. Leafa

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Appears in: Sword Art Online

Leafa is Kazuto’s adoptive sister, and she is not a survivor of Sword Art Online. She is briefly mentioned in the first arc and later introduced in the second arc. Referred to by Kirito, Silica bears a resemblance to her. In ALfheim Online, Kirito unintentionally saves her from a Salamander attack, leading them to team up without initially recognizing each other’s true identity.

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23. Saber

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Appears in: Fate/Zero

Saber’s true identity is King Arturia Pendragon, the King of the Knights, who became the ruler of Great Britain after obtaining the magical “Sword in the Stone.” As a Saber-class Servant, she is often regarded as one of the strongest. Saber upholds a strict code of honor, prioritizing honor over victory. Despite sharing a goal of achieving peace with her Master, Kiritsugu, their differing ideologies strain their relationship, with Kiritsugu not fully acknowledging Saber.

24. Elizabeth Liones

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Appears in: Seven Deadly Sins

Princess Elizabeth is the adopted third princess of the Kingdom of Liones and serves as the second main protagonist in the series. She is believed to be a survivor of the Kingdom of Danafor and was formerly a waitress at the Boar Hat Tavern. On her journey, she plays a crucial role in reforming the Seven Deadly Sins, becoming their primary asset and healer. Additionally, Elizabeth is the 107th reincarnation of Goddess Elizabeth, the only daughter of the Supreme Deity from 3,000 years ago, who also reincarnated as Liz, a Sacred Signet Ring.

25. Cana Alberona

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Appears in: Fairy Tail

Cana Alberona began drinking at 13, despite the legal age in her country being 15. She consumes a significant portion of the Guild Tavern’s alcohol annually. Cana wields magic cards, using them as projectiles or skillfully combining them for various effects in battles. Despite being nominated five times for an S-rank mage, she has faced failure in the exam four times.

26. Sinon

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Appears in: Sword Art Online

Equipped with her PGM Hecate II and exceptional shooting skills, Sinon aids Kirito in ending Death Gun’s murderous activities by participating in the Bullet of Bullets, the renowned Gun Gale Online tournament. Their joint victory in the tournament proves Kirito’s strength and saves both of their lives, with Kirito rescuing her from a real-life threat posed by her supposed friend, Kyouji, who is revealed to be a maniacal and obsessed accomplice.

27. Himiko Toga

Himiko Toga

Appears in: My Hero Academia

Himiko Toga is a mentally unstable and sadistic girl inspired by Stain, who develops a romantic obsession with Midoriya and takes pleasure in violence. Originally from a wealthy family, her attraction to blood, leading her to kill a companion and drink his blood, results in her fleeing home and facing discrimination until joining the Union.

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28. Yamato

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Appears in: One Piece

Yamato, Kaido’s daughter, despises her father. After eating the mythical Zoan-type Devil Fruit, Okuchi no Makami, she gains the ability to transform into the Japanese mythological wolf. Influenced by Kozuki Oden’s history and inspired by his valiant death, Yamato embraces his spiritual legacy. She goes to the extent of impersonating Oden, identifying herself as a man to fully embody his persona.

29. Nanao Ise

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Appears in: Bleach

Nanao Ise, the vice-captain of the 8th division, handles most tasks due to her captain’s laziness. Despite her captain’s eccentricities, such as flirting and requesting dramatic displays with rose petals, she remains patient. Nanao wears small glasses, and removing them gives her a formidable appearance. Her physical resemblance and general attitude bear similarities to Yadomaru Lisa when she held the position of vice-captain.

30. Asuna

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Appears in: Sword Art Online

Asuna, a girl from a well-to-do family in Kyoto, becomes Kirito’s companion and virtual wife in the game. She holds a significant role as the second-in-command and a crucial member of the Brotherhood of the Knights, initially a guild of around thirty players that grows into the strongest recognized guild in Aincrad. Notably, Asuna is the only Sword Art Online player known to use her real name as a pseudonym. Her exceptional beauty attracts numerous invitations and proposals, including marriage proposals, within the game.

31. Mikasa Ackerman

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Appears in: Attack on Titan

Mikasa, a main protagonist in the series, was adopted by Eren’s parents, Grisha and Carla, after her biological parents were killed by human traffickers. Living with the Jäger family until the fall of the Maria Wall, Mikasa is the last descendant of the Shogun clan on Paradise Island, connected to the Azumabito family, making her a significant figure in Heazul. Despite her desire for a peaceful life with loved ones, particularly Eren, Mikasa joins the Army of the Walls.

32. Yu Takeyama

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

Yu Takeyama, a media-favored Hero known for her curvy physique, recently emerged with the Quirk Giantism. This ability allows her to increase her size up to 20 meters, enhancing her strength and endurance and making outdoor locations optimal for her battles. Despite her inclination to seek the spotlight and claim credit from others, Mount Lady also exhibits a selfless side in her heroism.

33. Saeko Busujima

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Appears in: Highschool of the Dead

Saeko, a senior student and kendo club president, is a skilled and thoughtful fighter with a strong sense of pride. She plays a crucial role in her group and has a special fondness for Takashi, confessing that she almost takes pleasure in killing “them.” While not much is known about her family, it’s revealed that Saya’s father, Souichirou Takagi, was trained in swordsmanship by Saeko’s own father. In gratitude, Takagi presents her with a sword from General Murata’s armory, crafted during the Meiji Era.

34. Misato Katsuragi

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Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion

Misato is the lone survivor of the “Second Impact,” a catastrophic event that struck the planet in 2000 and forms the basis of the series’ plot. During the explosion, her father, the leader of the Antarctic expedition, saved her by securing her in a protective capsule resembling an Entry Plug, the Evangelion cockpits. At the age of 14, Misato emerged from the traumatic experience silent for years. Though grateful to her father for saving her, she harbors resentment towards him for prioritizing his job over her and her mother.

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35. Kiruka Hasaki

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

Slice is a young woman with fair skin, inward-tilting blue eyes, and full, shiny lips. She sports straight, red hair with chin-length bangs, partially covering her right eye. The back part of her hair extends to her thighs, while two front strands reach past her feet. She ties her hair at the ends along her back, with two longer strands dropping to her knees and coming up behind her.

36. Nico Robin

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Appears in: One Piece

Robin, a native of Ohara, an island of archaeologists in the Western Sea, was left under the care of her aunt when her mother, Nico Olvia, departed for her studies. Treated as a servant and discriminated against by other children due to the Fior Fior Devil Fruit powers she gained, Robin found solace and kindness among the island’s archaeologists, particularly under the guidance of Professor Clover.

37. Yayoi Kunizuka

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Appears in: Psycho-Pass

Yayoi is a former musician permitted by Sibyl to pursue her art, her passion negatively affects her Psycho-Pass, leading to her imprisonment. Despite her initial reluctance to become an Executor after Ginoza’s offer, she hopes to clear her Psycho-Pass and collaborates with Division 1 when a group of resistance fighters is discovered in her former resort area.

38. Suguha Kirigaya

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Appears in: Sword Art Online

The deuteragonist of the Fairy Dance arc, she is Kirito’s adoptive sister and cousin. She is not a survivor of Sword Art Online. She is briefly mentioned in the first arc and likened to Silica by Kirito. In the second arc, she is accidentally rescued by Kirito in ALfheim Online, leading them to team up without initially knowing each other’s true identity.

39. Leone

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Appears in: Akame ga Kill!

A lively and fun-loving girl in the Night Raid team, Leone adds a bit of spontaneity to the group, often appearing impulsive or angry. With blonde hair and yellow eyes, she possesses the power to transform into a lion and regenerate using her Imperial weapon, Lionelle. She feels a strong sense of responsibility for Tastumi’s involvement in the Night Raid, and ultimately, she kills the Prime Minister but succumbs to her injuries in the process.

40. Moka Akashiya

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Appears in: Rosario + Vampire

In her liberated form, Moka experiences a tenfold increase in strength. Employing a blend of Taekwon-do and free-fight techniques, her favored move is the Crescent Moon Kick—a powerful circular kick that concludes with a graceful wheel motion, often enabling her to defeat enemies in a single strike.

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41. Soi Fon

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Appears in: Bleach

Soi Fon, meaning “Fast Wind” in Chinese, holds the position of captain of the 2nd division in Gotei 13 and serves as the commander of the 1st division of Omnitsukido. She succeeded Shihōin Yoruichi in these roles. Born Shaorin Fon, she hails from a family of lower ranks in the service of the prestigious Shihōin family, one of the four great families of Soul Society. As the sixth of six siblings, all five of her brothers tragically perished during their initial missions.

42. Makise Kurisu

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Appears in: Steins;Gate

An 18-year-old scientist working in the United States, she has achieved recognition with publications in the renowned journal Science. Initially found dead by Okabe at the beginning of the anime, a change in the past alters her fate. As Okabe becomes increasingly intrigued by her, a love story unfolds during the researcher’s stay in Japan. Characterized as difficult yet sincere, she exhibits traits of a tsundere, leading to playful mockery from other characters.

43. Nemuri Kayama

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

Known as Midnight, she is an art history professor at the institute and a Hero whose costume resembles a dominatrix outfit. In the Yuei Sports Festival, she assumes the role of a referee. Displaying a seductive and sometimes predatory demeanor, she also has a sadistic side. She tends to get angry, particularly when interrupted or when her age is mentioned.

44. Merlin

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Appears in: Seven Deadly Sins

A voluptuous and alluring sorceress, she embodies the sin of Throat, marked by a boar symbol tattooed on her neck. Among the most formidable sorceresses in Britain, she spent a decade in Camelot, protecting the young King Arthur, whom she deeply cares for. Her immense power enables her to cast spells that endure indefinitely until she chooses to dispel them, regardless of the usual magical energy requirements.

45. Orihime Inoue

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Appears in: Bleach

Orihime is a gentle and compassionate individual, particularly considerate towards people like Yuzu Kurosaki. She has an affinity for Asian clothing adorned with floral prints. Orihime is known for cooking and eating unconventional food at home, though she also enjoys more standard fare. Her unique tastes, such as putting butter on sweet potatoes, aren’t widely shared, with only Rangiku Matsumoto and possibly Tessai Tsukabishi having similar preferences. Orihime’s fondness for red bean paste is notable, and her tendency to act impulsively sometimes results in awkward situations.

46. Uraraka Ochako

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

A candid and energetic 1-A student alongside Midoriya and Bakugo, Uraraka is determined to become a great heroine. Despite her sunny demeanor, she possesses a strong resolve. Her Quirk, Zero Gravity, enables her to nullify gravitational forces on objects by touching them with pads on her fingertips, with the ability to reverse the effect at will by touching her fingers together.

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47. Tsunade

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Appears in: Naruto

Tsunade ascends to the position of Konoha’s fifth Hokage, earning a place on the “Hokage wall.” She takes Sakura Haruno as her student, passing on both medical ninjutsu and the secret to her incredible strength. Sakura inherits not only skills but also Tsunade’s fiery temper. Ino Yamanaka also becomes Tsunade’s disciple to learn medical ninjutsu. Tsunade summons slugs to safeguard villagers and ninjas during Pain’s assault, utilizing her vast chakra reserve to heal and support those in need.

48. Nemu Kurotsuchi

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Appears in: Bleach

Nemu Kurotsuchi is an artificial being, a gigai created by Mayuri, referred to as his “daughter.” Often serving as a diversion and pain reliever during Mayuri’s battles, her artificial nature allows him to use her for various purposes, including performing physical tasks and administering potions. Nemu plays a crucial role in saving Uryuu’s life by providing the antidote to the poison Mayuri had inflicted upon him.

49. Beatrice

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Appears in: Umineko no Naku Koro ni

The Witch of Gold and Infinity, Beatrice is a witch who would have lived over a thousand years, and who is said to often appear in a cloud of golden butterflies. She would have the power to summon the 72 demons described in the Ars Goetia of the Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis as servants.

It is also said that humans can invoke it to fulfill their wishes in exchange for compensation. She ended up losing much of her powers and found herself stranded on Rokkenjima Island after meeting Kinzo who demanded the equivalent of 10 tons of gold.

50. Boa Hancock

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Appears in: One Piece

Boa Hancock, known as “The Pirate Empress” and “The Serpent Princess,” is the captain of the Kuja pirates and the Amazon Empress Lily. Acknowledged as the world’s most beautiful woman, she often witnesses her admirers falling for her charms and granting her forgiveness due to her beauty. Despite posing as a selfish and haughty figure, Hancock has ingested the Paramisha Mero Mero fruit. This allows her to cast a heart-shaped ray, petrifying anyone captivated by her beauty.

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51. Uwabami

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Appears in: My Hero Academia

Two students from Yuei selected Uwabami’s agency for their internship. Uwabami explains that heroes can serve a dual function, addressing past controversies regarding their status as civil servants. Public solidarity played a role in solidifying their status. Uwabami suggests Momo and Itsuka take the opportunity to get acquainted while she prepares for a commercial.

52. Grayfia Lucifuge

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Appears in: High School DxD

She is Sirzechs’ wife with silver hair and serves as the Queen and Maid of the Gremory House. The mother of Millicas, she hails from the prestigious Lucifuge family, dedicated to the original Lucifer. Recognized as the “Strongest Queen” and on par with the Four Demon Kings, she challenged Serafall for the title of Leviathan. Known as the Silver Haired Queen of Annihilation, she specializes in ice-based magic.

53. Kurumi Tokisaki

Kurumi Tokisaki

Appears in: Date A Live

Kurumi is the third spirit encountered by Shido, appearing as a beautiful and charming young girl. However, beneath her exterior lies a sadistic and twisted personality, earning her the title of the “most evil” spirit in Shido’s eyes with the code name Nightmare. Kurumi seems invincible, possessing the ability to regenerate by going back in time. She has been killed multiple times and is responsible for taking numerous lives, with estimates suggesting she has killed over 10,000 people, as noted by Mana. Her power allows her to multiply by summoning her past “selves.”

54. Mizuhara Chizuru

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Appears in: Rent-A-Girlfriend

A diligent student working as a girlfriend-for-hire at the Diamond company, she takes pride in her excellent service ratings. However, her demeanor turns annoyed and aggressive when Kazuya embarrasses her and provides a negative rating. At school, she adopts a different appearance using her grandmother’s last name, Ichinose, donning tall glasses and braided pigtails. Chizuru and Kazuya discover they are neighbors on the same apartment floor.

55. Lize Kamishiro

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Appears in: Tokyo Ghoul

The catalyst for Kaneki’s life transformation, she was known as “Gluttonous” in the twentieth ward due to her insatiable hunger for human beings, particularly males. Renowned among ghouls for her powerful Rinkaku-type kagune, she died in an accident, and her internal organs were transplanted to Ken. Occasionally, she appears as a “ghost” to encourage Ken to embrace his new nature and let go of her influence.

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56. Chisato Hasegawa

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Appears in: The Testament of Sister New Devil

The school nurse at Basara’s school, Chisato, is his second cousin and Rafieline’s sister. After Rafieline’s banishment from Heaven, Chisato brought the newborn Basara to Jin and cared for him for over 15 years. Although appearing as a common human, Chisato is, in reality, an angel named Afureia with immense power. To live on Earth, she has accepted significant restrictions, only being released for one purpose: to protect Basara.

57. Shizuka Marikawa

Shizuka Marikawa

Appears in: Highschool of the Dead

Shizuka, a 26-year-old nurse at Fujimi High School, is portrayed as a single woman with prominent breasts and is notably defenseless within the group. She is the sole member with a driving license, enabling her to use transportation. Initially rescued by Saeko, Shizuka’s ample forms serve as a comedic element in the story. Despite appearing foolish and naive, she has a good heart, leading the boys to become attached to her, even though she lacks combat skills.

58. Riza Hawkeye

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Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Riza Hawkeye, an Amestris Army sniper and second to Colonel Mustang, plays a crucial role in overseeing his work and protecting him out of affection. Having participated in the Ishbal War, her father taught Colonel Mustang the alchemy of fire, and Riza bears the secret tattooed on her back. There’s a mutual love between Riza and Roy Mustang, evident in their close relationship.

59. Vinsmoke Reiju

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Appears in: One Piece

Vinsmoke Reiju, also known as “Poison Pink,” is the eldest daughter of Judge. Although she didn’t actively participate in Sanji’s childhood bullying, she tolerated it to avoid her brothers’ mistreatment. As a child, she cared for Sanji and aided his escape when the family arrived in the East Sea. Despite sharing with Sanji the ability to have feelings, like her brothers, she is compelled to obey her father’s orders.

60. C.C.

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Appears in: Code Geass

C.C., despite playing an important role in history, remains shrouded in mystery. Connected to the British military and subjected to research by Clovis, she forms a pact with Lelouch upon their meeting. Maintaining a lymphatic and imperturbable demeanor, she monitors Lelouch’s actions closely, saving Zero on multiple occasions. C.C. views Lelouch as a somewhat disposable partner, desiring only for him to fulfill her dearest wish.

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61. Ryuko Matoi

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Appears in: Kill la Kill!

The protagonist, Ryūko, is a 17-year-old high school student and vagrant seeking her father’s murderer. Armed with half of a Scissor Blade, she clashes with those wielding the other half. Ryūko’s weapon can dismantle Goku Uniforms, which grant superhuman abilities to wearers and brings her into conflict with the Student Council at Honnōji Academy. Throughout her journey, she forms a close friendship with Mako, a classmate who warmly welcomes her into her home and family.

62. Rei Ayanami

Rei Ayanami

Appears in: Neon Genesis Evangelion

Rei Ayanami, the pilot of EVA-00 and known as the “First Children,” is introduced as a mysterious character in the series. Much of her past remains unknown, and she grew up in Geofront, NERV’s headquarters. Similar to Shinji Ikari, Rei is reserved and introverted, isolating herself at school and lacking friends. She often appears emotionless, except in the presence of Commander Gendo Ikari, but is not devoid of feelings.

63. Android 18

Android 18

Appears in: Dragon Ball

Originally human, she undergoes transformation into a cyborg by Dr. Gero, alongside her twin brother, C-17. Following C-19’s defeat by Vegeta, Gero seeks refuge in his laboratory. Upon waking C-17 and her from their artificial sleep, Gero intends for them to take care of Goku and his friends. However, the cyborgs rebel against Gero, rejecting his control and eliminating him. Out of curiosity, they activate C-16 and depart the laboratory together.

64. Karino Shuka

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Appears in: Darwin’s Game

Shuka, a 16-year-old orphan high school student, is a skilled player of “Darwin’s Game,” earning her the nickname “Invincible Queen” for winning all 49 duels she participated in. After being defeated by Kaname Sudo, a beginner, she forms an alliance with him for mutual assistance in the game’s duels. During a Treasure Hunt event, she becomes separated from Kaname and faces challenges from Sota and Sui but is ultimately rescued by Kaname. Together with Kaname and others, she heads to Shibuya Station to confront One.

65. Misa Amane

Misa Amane

Appears in: Death Note

Misa, a girl in Kanto, loses her parents to a burglar, later killed by Kira. On the day she was destined to die, a stranger professes love for her and wishes to kill her before committing suicide. Saved by Jeras, a shinigami god who fell in love with her, he goes beyond his rights by using the Death Note to save Misa from her attacker, as gods of death aren’t allowed to kill to extend the life of someone dear to them.

66. Lyra

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Appears in: Fullmetal Alchemist

Lyra, exclusive to the original anime, is introduced as an apprentice alchemist serving Lieutenant Yoki. Utilizing a pendant engraved with a transmutation circle, she can project shock waves by compressing the surrounding air and propelling it at high speed. Aspiring to become a State Alchemist, she is wholeheartedly devoted to the military. Following Yoki’s orders, she doesn’t hesitate to destroy a village inn due to unpaid taxes and confronts Edward when he deceives Yoki into acquiring mine property titles.

67. Yuno Gasai

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Appears in: Future Diary

Yuno Gasai, nicknamed “Second,” is Yukiteru’s classmate and supposed fiancée, excelling academically. She is fiercely devoted to protecting him, even at the risk of her own life, accompanying him throughout the game. Despite wanting Yukiteru to win, she struggles to control her emotions and harbors significant secrets. Her “Love Diary” Mirai Nikki is a cell phone that grants her information about Yukiteru’s future ten minutes in advance.

68. Sailor Moon

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Appears in: Sailor Moon

In the distant past, 10,000 years ago, Sailor Moon was Princess Serenity, the heir to the Silver Millennium on the moon. Accompanied by Queen Serenity and her four bodyguards—Sailor Mercury, Sailor Mars, Sailor Jupiter, and guided by Sailor Venus—Princess Serenity admires Earth from a distance. At a ball, she encounters Prince Endymion, the Earth’s Prince, and they fall in love, choosing to live their romance in the depths below the surface.

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69. Rangiku Matsumoto

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Appears in: Bleach

Rangiku Matsumoto serves as the vice-captain of the 10th division, known for her striking orange hair and ample cleavage. Preferring to indulge in alcohol and procrastinate rather than work, she shares a childhood friendship with Gin, and their relationship appears to involve mutual romantic feelings. Having lived together since Gin found her unconscious in Rukongai, they share a close bond.

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