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  • Cavendish - 'One Piece' on Random 'Fighting Narcissists' Who Are Way Too Into Themselves

    (#6) Cavendish - 'One Piece'

    Cavendish is the leader of a group called the Beautiful Pirates, which is apt considering his personality and appearance. Most people consider him to be so lovely that they literally lose consciousness upon seeing him. He appreciates the attention - in fact, he gets supremely agitated if anyone's attention wanders away from him, and can even become violent and combative if he's not being showered with praise. Despite these traits, he can still be a kind and level-headed person when it counts.

  • Deidara on Random 'Fighting Narcissists' Who Are Way Too Into Themselves

    (#4) Deidara

    Unlike some of the other characters on this list, Deidara isn't obsessed with his own appearance - but he is vain as heck when it comes to his art. Said art consists primarily of clay structures which explode in ways that he finds both aesthetically pleasing and tactically useful.

    Catch him arguing with Sasori about their differing art styles, bragging to his opponents about how much more creatively intelligent he is than they are, or shutting his mouth for the first time ever when he sees Itachi, the only being in the world he thinks is more beautiful than his artwork.

  • Amai Mask on Random 'Fighting Narcissists' Who Are Way Too Into Themselves

    (#7) Amai Mask

    Amai Mask, also known as Sweet Mask, is the #1 Ranked A-Class hero who refuses to move up to S-Class in One Punch Man. Aside from being a powerful hero, he's also a famous model, actor, and singer, essentially making him the most popular celebrity in the world. He's known to have trouble fighting a villain if they are too ugly, as it disgusts him.

  • Yuda on Random 'Fighting Narcissists' Who Are Way Too Into Themselves

    (#14) Yuda

    • Merantau

    Fist of the North Star may have originated this trope with Yuda, a member of the Six Holy Fists of Nanto. Because he believes that he's flawlessly beautiful and therefore superior to everyone else, he feels entitled to betray his comrades and maintain a harem. His arrogance and obsession with beauty is his own undoing because he's easily tricked and distracted when somebody insults his appearance or displays an attack that he finds aesthetically pleasing. 

  • Yumichika Ayasegawa on Random 'Fighting Narcissists' Who Are Way Too Into Themselves

    (#1) Yumichika Ayasegawa

    • Bleach, Bleach: Memories of Nobody, Bleach: The DiamondDust Rebellion, Bleach: Fade to Black

    Yumichika Ayasegawa is a loyal and dedicated member of the Gotei 13 - but he's also really, really into himself, and to aesthetics in general. Once, he couldn't bring himself to fight his own evil clone because the idea of attacking someone so gorgeous was too painful to consider. 

    Depending on which part of Bleach he appears in, Yumichika can appear to be a more complex character whose arrogance covers up deeper insecurities - but at other times, he's there as comic relief. 

  • Asuka Langley Soryu on Random 'Fighting Narcissists' Who Are Way Too Into Themselves

    (#10) Asuka Langley Soryu

    • Neon Genesis Evangelion, Evangelion: 2.0 You Can (Not) Advance, Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & Rebirth, The End of Evangelion

    While the 'fighting narcissist' trope tends to skew toward the masculine, there are some female examples. One of those is Asuka Langley Soryu, a young mecha pilot whose overblown pride is a mask for deep insecurities. But the complexity of her character doesn't make it any less noteworthy when she's going on about how beautiful and talented she is, and flying into a rage whenever anything threatens her inflated self-perception. 

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Narcissism is a complex, often misunderstood personality disorder characterized by an exaggerated sense of self-worth. Paradoxically, narcissists tend to experience fragile low self-esteem in the long run, but because narcissists’ self-esteem is so pervasive, we tend to dehumanize them. According to DSM-4, in the community sample (USA), the prevalence of narcissism was 0% -- 6.2%, and among individuals diagnosed with narcissism, 50% -- 75% -- were male.

This random tool generated 15 items, recording 15 classic ‘Fighting Narcissists’ characters from the cartoon. They often love to fight, competitive, a word on the start, but also appreciate their fighting posture. Famous names include Yumichika Ayasegawa, Yuga Aoyama, Major Armstrong and others. Do you know them?

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