Confidence is important in life.
But being a Kamidere is some different kind of confidence.
These are some best examples.
What Does Kamidere Mean?
There is nothing like a Kamidere or a character with an underlying God complex.
These characters believe their worldview is unalterable and will ignore any limitations imposed on them by society.
They believe that they are right 100% of the time, even when confronted with evidence to the contrary.
Kamidere can be viewed as arrogant.
They are nevertheless memorable and entertaining.
15. Teruhashi Kokomi From The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K.
Kokomi Teruhasi is self-described as a perfect girl.
Both men and women find Kokomi attractive, which makes it easy for them to stare at her.
In her boastful way, she exaggerates her good looks but says it is just the truth.
Kokomi’s beauty allows her to manipulate others into doing what she wants.
Everyone except Saiki Kusuo.
Saiki treats her like a normal person, despite her appearance. She eventually falls in love with him.
14. Naoi Ayato From Angel Beats!
Naoi Ayato, the vice president of the purgatory realm of Angel Beats, is Naoi.
He was born into the shadows of his older brother Naoi and was never outshined by life.
Naoi assumed the role of his older brother, who was a talented artist.
Naoi was forced to live for others and didn’t see much value in his own life.
He ridicules the Battlefront members, never calling them “you” or “that” when he joins.
When he meets Yuzuru Okonashi, this changes.
Yuzuru is a man he regards highly because he listens to him all the time and considers him his older brother.
13. Sena Kashiwazaki From Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends
Sena Kashiwazaki, the school’s headteacher’s daughter in Haganai.
She doesn’t like ordinary things.
Sena is smart and attractive, which makes her seem unrelated to the other students.
Most female students dislike Sena because of her arrogant personality.
Sena views the male students as her servants and will use them to help her in any way she can.
12. Haruhi Suzumiya From The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya
The world is quite boring for Haruhi Suzumiya, but instead of changing the way she thinks, it’s because society is up to her standards.
Haruhi is a superior person to the others, giving her characters a lot of trouble when things don’t go as she desires.
Haruhi is not approachable to others.
When Haruhi was introduced to her, she stated that “I don’t care about ordinary people.”
However, I would like to see any aliens, time-travellers, or espers.
Haruhi is interested in Kyon, who helps her to start the SOS Brigade. She even acts tsundere towards him.
11. Mio Isurugi From MM!
Mio Isurugi is the leader of MM! Her superiority complex includes her belief in herself as a deity.
As Haruhi Suzumiya mentioned in the previous entry, Mio also acts as a Tsundere towards her love interest.
Sado Taro, Mio’s lower classman, is victimized and abused by Taro.
Both are compatible because Mio has sadistic tendencies while Sado is a masochist.
Unlike other Kamidere, Mio doesn’t excel at school and relies heavily on her appearance.
10. Satsuki Kiryuuin From Kill La Kill
Satsuki Kiryuuin is a symbol of fear, subjugation, and contradiction in her world Kill La Kill.
Satsuki, who resembles a dictator, is the president of Honnouji Academy’s student council.
Satsuki sees her role as an authority position above all other students.
9. Dio Brando From JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure
Dio Brando is the main antagonist in JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure Part 1.
Dio believes that the world is his oyster and doesn’t care about what is good.
Dio is a victim of power delusions and works to restore the universe.
The World, which seizes power from the Joestar family, is his stand.
Dio’s actions can be attributed to his childhood.
After his father died, Dio was adopted by George Joestar. He developed a hatred for George’s son, Jonathan Joestar.
8. Terumi Afuro From Inazuma Eleven
Terumi Afuro, a student at Zeus Junior High and also known as Aphrodi, is a Kamidere.
He is also the soccer captain and he thinks his school was not good enough for him.
Their team is one of the best in the country, which only makes his demeanour more believable.
His skills and status led him to dismiss other players.
He even went so far as to show up at a practice session with an opponent to tell them it was better to quit playing against him than against his vaunted team.
7. Enel From One Piece
Enel is confident.
He can dominate his opponents, increasing his self-esteem.
He spends his time enjoying life and relaxing, even when he’s not challenging others.
He doesn’t let his Kamidere flag fly only because of his attitude.
He chooses the right attire to give off an air of greatness.
He has distinct clothing and wears gold jewellery on different parts of his body.
6. Alex Rosewater From The Big O
Alex Rosewater is a man of many talents.
His wealth and power have made him a liar.
He treats the Paradigm city’s poor with contempt, and even enjoys some of the disasters that hit the city.
It means the poor are suffering. It is not enough to be the city’s top dog for him.
As he gains control of mechs, his thirst for power increases and he vows to destroy all those he considers unfit for “his” universe.
5. Doctor Genus From One Punch Man
Genus was a scientist who had a hatred for his family.
He believed that all humans were inferior and that humanity needed to move further down the evolutionary ladder.
He even created his own organization, the House of Evolution.
Here he experimented with life to create creatures he believed were worthy successors to humanity.
He then tested his creation’s capabilities by having them attack heroes.
His most notable achievements are creating Ashura Cabuto and creating a horde of clones – because he could only tolerate being around someone as great as himself.
4. Akihiko Kayaba From Sword Art Online
In this instance, actions speak louder than words.
Although Akihiko is seen in Sword Art Online a few times, he isn’t as boisterous as some of the other characters.
Akihiko felt it was normal to trap thousands in a game and world he created.
He also decided that anyone who died in the game deserved to be killed in the real world.
Although he is presented in a very benign way at the end, his callous disregard for human life earns him a spot on the list.
3. Father From Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
father, the original Homunculus, developed his Kamidere disposition during his time as the Dwarf in the Flask.
He believes humans serve only one purpose: to be his tools in his pursuit of power.
He wants to be a perfect being that surpasses all of humanity.
His “children”, even his own, are not safe from him. He is ready to use them in any way he sees fit.
2. Lelouch Lamperouge From Code Geass: Hangyaku no Lelouch
Lelouch, another intelligent child, will be granted the power to increase his self-esteem.
Although he will use his power to win military victories for resistance, this only serves to further his alter-ego Zero.
He is not actually helping the resistance, but he does it to show his father that he sent him to Japan.
He is open to making questionable decisions as long as they help him achieve his goals.
Lelouch believes he is superior to the opposition during battles, which makes sense given his godlike analytical abilities.
This leads to many close calls and costs the resistance many lives. This is the life of a Kamidere.
1. Light Yagami From Death Note
Light is different from other non-Kamidere characters with extraordinary powers.
He puts these powers to good use immediately, killing as many criminals as he feels necessary.
Light believes he is smarter than everyone else and has a higher moral compass.
His Kamidere personality is intelligent and gifted, but he believes he is invincible.
While criminals are not something that anyone likes, the average person believes that the justice system will take care of them.
Light, however, wants justice to be served on his terms.
As they try to stop all the deaths, the police get involved, but Light continues to kill people as the world starts to look like his.