Sougo Tokiwa (Kamen Rider Zi-O)

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"I want to become a King!" No, Your not!

This page is a candidate for deletion.
The following reason has been specified: A lot of these reasons aren't even that bad or at least they're not explained why they're actually bad. Not to mention the king motivation isn't that unrealistic considering the first thing we see is him as Ohma Zi-O, not to mention he's ridiculed in show for it being unrealistic.

Sougo Tokiwa, also known as Kamen Rider Zi-O, is a high school student who is destined to become the tyrannical Oma Zi-O in the future. Seeking to prevent his rise as the Demon King, Sougo becomes Zi-O so he can become a great king by defending the world from evil like a true Kamen Rider.

Why He Sucks

  1. He's a bland protagonist who only wishes to become a demon king, that's a very unrealistic dream and premise, even for a Kamen Rider.
    • His kingship is also his only motivation for fighting. Again, what kind of premise is that? Even for a Kamen Rider.
  2. He's nothing more than an idiot failing school and gets knocked around by his classmates for his weird dream.
  3. Sougo accidentally creates new timelines from the dreams he sees. (i.e. 2121)
  4. Sougo is really bad at math, For example, He even falls asleep during the exam.
  5. He tries so hard to be the funniest leader but, every time he does it, his jokes fail and it becomes annoying.
  6. He has a very bad habit of daydreaming.
  7. Sougo also tries so hard to have Geiz on his side, but most of the time fails.
  8. Sougo is shown to be very sociopathic in the series.
  9. While he may be a nice guy (See RQ#1), his overall personality rips off Yusuke Godai/Kamen Rider Kuuga; the first Heisei Rider.
Sougo Tokiwa as Kamen Rider Zi-O

Redeeming Qualities

  1. At least, He was a peaceful and genuinely kind man.
  2. He did have good chemistry with other characters such as Geiz Myokoin/Kamen Rider Geiz, Black Woz/Kamen Rider Woz, and Aruto Hiden/Kamen Rider Zero-One