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100 Days of Anime Challenge – Day 4 – Favourite Female Anime Character – 19/02/2019

Yesterday, I spoke about Favourite Male Anime Character, today I will be listing my favourite Female Characters and I will also be listing four for this one too. This one was a lot easier to pick characters for as there are a lot less female characters that I actually like.

Amanda O’Neill – Little Witch Academia

An Irish-American Luna Nova witch student who appears in The Enchanted Parade. She is a party girl who is very good at dancing and doing aerobatics on her broomstick. Amanda is a fun and rebellious character. While Little Witch Academia is not one of my favourites, and the animation was not that impressive, I absolutely loved this character.

Juvia Lockser – Fairy Tail

When we first met Juvia, she seemed pretty emotionless. Her face was secluded from everyone, and she was from the opposing guild Phantom Lord’s Elite group; Element 4. After joining Fairy Tail, she begins to open up more and she cares very deeply about her guild. Juvia tends to speak of herself in third person. She is mostly used throughout the series as comic relief, but becomes stronger when any of her friends are in danger.

Juvia is a Water Mage. She’s extremely skilled with her ability, which allows her to control, produce and manipulate water. Juvia is my favorite female Fairy Tail character so far. She went through a lot of character development.

Kikyo – Inuyash

She is the former keeper of the Shikon Jewel and the priestess of whom Kagome is the modern-day reincarnation of. She was Inuyasha original love interest. Kikyo has always been my one of my favorite characters since I first watched Inuyasha. Powerful yet very compassionate, she deserved a happy ending, but instead lived a lonely life and had a terrible fate. Though she did not appear much in the story, Kikyo was the cause of everything, and played a major role in the main plot.

Anna – When Marnie was there

“In this world, there’s an invisible magic circle. There’s an inside, and an outside. And I’m outside,”

This this is actually an Animated Film but I wanted to add it anyway. I recently watched this movie by Studio Ghibli and loved it. I related to Anna so much. In the beginning of the film, she is incredibly shy and struggles with self-esteem issues and social anxiety, She feels alone, doesn’t really have friends, and feels like an outsider.

Who is your Favourite Female Anime Character? Let me know in the Comments!