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Why does this guy even exist anyway?
Gender: Male
Type: Sexist Prate
Age: Unknown
Species: Human
Status: Deceased
Media of origin: Akame Ga Kill!

Enshin is a minor antagonist in the 2010-2016 manga series Akame Ga Kill!. He is a member of Wild Hunt alongside Izou, Champ, Dorothea and Cosmina, possibly serving as Syura's right hand. Once a former pirate who'd wreak havoc within the seas until Syura recruited him, he is armed with a blade-shaped Teigu called Shamshir.

Why He Sucks

  1. Let's get the elephant out of the room: Enshin is very sexist and misogynistic against women during one of the fights. He ranted to a girl named Doya saying his infamous phrase which is "a woman's hand isn't meant to hold guns. It's meant to serve me".
  2. Alongside all the other Wild Hunt members, he raped and violated actresses without any remorse at the Umatora Theater, he also killed Bols's family in front of his grave.
  3. Unlike Champ and most of the Wild Hunt members. He doesn't have any justifiable reasons to rape and kill people, making him a generic doomsday villain with no personality or charisma.
  4. His design looks very ugly and mediocre, as he looks more like a rejected One Piece character.
  5. Character Derailment: He only appears for 4 chapters without having a single character trait before being killed by Akame in a very anticlimactic way.
  6. Despise his Teigu look cool, his fighting style is pretty weird. The way he holds the Teigu looks more like he is holding a rapier instead of some actual blade-shaped object.
  7. Because of his sexist behavior, this would result in him showing to have a level of below-average intelligence.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. His Teigu is very unique for Akame Ga Kill! standards, as being a curved blade-shaped weapon that is capable of creating aerial blades dependent on the lunar cycle.
  2. Though anti-climatic, his death is somewhat satisfying. Considering that's what he deserves for raping and killing Bols's family.


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