Alright I know many of you are biased because of your catgirl fetish and toonami nostalgia, so take your time before answering, and take every factor into account.
Who's the best bumbling brown female antagonist?
Seska Fuzen or Aisha Clan-Clan?
What? I know she started out as against the heroes, but that was for what...two episodes? And then she's on their side for the rest of the show. That hardly makes her an antagonist.
It's Barrelion, no doubt about it.
Check out those lines and curves.
And Seska starts out as the protagonist, and a lot of the action revolves around her from her point of view, she just happens to be doing everything wrong. That still technically makes her the antagonist since she must be stopped.
I haven't read Orion to know. What I do know is that I would never consider Aisha an antagonist because she spends the majority of the show as one of the actual protagonists and only stands in their way briefly at the start as a matter of duty.
not floofy in fact, just silky smooth, which is exceptional for a shirow girl. It must be something else.
She's being possessed by a manufactured super-demon that's going to devour the galaxy. She means well, but she's the baddie.
it's a French dessert
basically a coffee-based milk shake
>She's being possessed by a manufactured super-demon that's going to devour the galaxy. She means well, but she's the baddie.
She's the main character. That makes her the protagonist, no matter how evil she may be.
A protagonist is someone you're following. Their morals, affiliation or goals play no determining factor in this. So long as the plot is following their point of view, they're a protagonist. The antagonist is someone who stands in their way in some fashion. That's all there is to it.
Aisha still isn't an antagonist, because she only spends a few minutes standing in the groups way and the vast majority of her time as one of the protagonists. Just ask which of the two bumbling brown girls someone likes and leave it at that, because insisting Aisha is an antagonist despite the fact she spends like 95% of her screentime as one of the protagonists just because you can technically point to the 5% is just being disingenuous. It's like saying that Darth Vader is one of the good guys in the prequels because he helps Luke right at the end. It's true, but it's still silly to claim regardless.
Seska and Aisha need to fuck
like, not necessarily each other, just in general