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List of Pages I made

Mr. and Mrs. Aisaka (Toradora) - Yūki helped me out.

Kotaro Shimura (My Hero Academia)

Kaguya Ōtsutsuki (Naruto)

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Gender: Female
Type: Pointless Villain
Media of Origin: Naruto


Note:Yes Kaguya is techaniacally a villain but she's a poorly established one.

Princess Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, rarely going by her title, is the overarching antagonist of the Naruto anime and manga franchise as a whole.

She is the source of all the conflict of the entire manga and anime series Naruto, and up until the arrival of Isshiki Ōtsutsuki, the biggest threat faced by the protagonists. Despite this, she is not the final antagonist of the series as Sasuke Uchiha is fought after her defeat.

She is the member of the Otsutsuki Clan and the former partner of Isshiki. However, she betrayed her partner and her brethren.

Bad Qualities

  1. Kaguya's role as the main antagonist only exists just for the series' author Kishimoto to kill off Madara.
  2. Unlike Madara, Pain/Nagato, Sasuke Uchiha, and Obito, Kaguya's personality felt underdeveloped compared to the other villains in the series.
  3. She doesn't seem to have a clear motive, but just to destroy the world.

Good Qualities

  1. Kaguya could have been a good villain, if only if she was established in previous arcs.
  2. Her design and abilities were pretty terrifying.

Seryu Ubiquitous (Akame ga Kill)

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Gender: Female
Type: Hypocritical Villain
Media of Origin: Akame ga Kill


Shou Tucker (Fullmetal Alchemist)

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Gender: Male
Type: Asshole Father
Media of Origin: Fullmetal Alchemist


Note: this page is only focusing on his manga and brotherhood character not his 2003 one



Demoted to Extra

Over the course of three films, Cyclops moves to the back (while Wolverine moves to the front).

We have a member of the supporting cast. They're important to the plot. Although, like any other minor character, they fall Out of Focus at times. Then comes the sequel, or the adaptation, or The Movie, and... hey, where'd they go? They weren't completely written out, but they just weren't good enough to keep what importance they had in the original. The character's fanbase will complain, and everyone else may just accept it as the status quo. It's sad. Opposite of the Ascended Extra; instead of a background or one-off character becoming a key member of the supporting cast, a key member of the supporting cast becomes a background or one-off character. Also contrast Spotlight-Stealing Squad; there may not be anyone in particular that takes these characters' screentime, and the presence of a Spotlight Stealing Squad doesn't mean no one else is plot-important anymore. In works when Anyone Can Die, characters fated to die frequently end up demoted to extra before their deaths.

Notable Demoted to Extras