For this project, I’m zeroing down on the most prominent anime characters who made their debut in March. There are only three other months in the year in which we also have an equinox, making this one of the most noteworthy times of the year. This is the month when, depending on your location, either the crisp nights of autumn or the fresh new life of spring first become noticeable to you. March kicks off the hanami, or flower gazing, season in Japan. Southern hemisphere countries like Brazil are winding down their carnival celebrations. Pisceans and Taureans share the same month in commemorating their birth anniversary, March, whether they were born at the end of the summer or the beginning of the winter.
Born under these signs are dependable, patient, practical, smart, and perceptive, but they can also be a bit stubborn and temperamental, according to Western astrology. Characters born in March share similar astrological features, as seen by anime viewers. Characters in manga and anime share these traits because their authors emphasised them. If you don’t believe me, have a look at this list of the most popular anime characters who turned one this month.
1. Roy Mustang (Fullmetal Alchemist)
In the top spot of anime characters born in March is General Roy Mustang from Fullmetal Alchemist. Disclosing everything in the sake of transparency… From the Fullmetal Alchemist series, Roy Mustang is a fan favorite.
Roy, a war hero from the Ishval Civil War, is now in charge of the State Alchemist for the Amestrian State Military.
Flame alchemy is his unique ability, and he’s really good at it. He seems to be a legendary womanizer and a completely immature fool at first glance. Behind this seemingly unassuming facade is a deeply thoughtful and caring leader who gives his subordinates and the public his full attention.
If you ask Roy, playing chess is his favourite hobby. The General’s fondness for the game is clear in the way he refers to his subordinates: by the names of chess pieces, which connotes fighting prowess, usefulness, and a personal connection to him. His long-term goal is to rise through the ranks and become Führer of Amestris, the position that holds the dual roles of head of state and leader of the State Military.
2. Alphonse Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist)
He and his brother Edward performed a failed Human Transmutation experiment when they were younger. As a result of his failed attempt, Al is now just his soul, which has been alchemically fused to a suit of steel armor. In their quest to return Al’s body to normal, the brothers tour the country aiding people while looking for the Philosopher’s Stone. The yin and yang of their connection are revealed to anime viewers through the brothers’ exploits.
Alphonse is the more thoughtful and compassionate sibling, whereas Edward is the more impulsive and eager to battle. When compared to his brother and the other Amestrain State Alchemists, who adhere to an “act now, think later” ethic, Al’s childlike amazement and confidence in humanity reveal a greater emotional maturity. Alphonse’s compassion extends beyond human beings on the brothers’ travels, as evidenced by his never-ending care for abandoned kittens.
Anime fans have chosen Alphonse Elric as our March silver medalist; this is not surprising given that the show’s writers relied on vocal inflection to portray emotion.
3. Eren Yeager (Shingeki no Kyojin)
Eren Yeager, born in the Shiganshina District, is the biological brother of Mikasa Ackerman, whom he and his adoptive parents raised as their own.
His innocence of outlook informs a character that is fiercely principled. It’s clear he feels this way because he looks up to the Survey Corps as heroes for protecting the populace and looks down on the Military Police for allowing civilian deaths to occur. His realization that life isn’t so straightforward arrives at a later point in his journey.
4. Sanji “Black-Leg” Vinsmoke (One Piece)
Currently, One Piece ranks as Ranker’s fifth most popular sheen of all time. So, it shouldn’t be shocking if a One Piece character winds up on someone’s list of preferred anime. Sanji Vinsmoke, a member of the Straw Hat Pirates, is featured in this March birthday catalog.
He was born a prince in the Germa Kingdom, but he abandoned his position to become “Red-Leg” Zeff’s sous cook.
Sanji eventually became a member of Monkey D. Luffy’s crew aboard the Going Merry after the events of the Baratie Arc concluded. He is in charge of cooking on board and can use the “Black Leg Style” of martial arts to defend the ship. He has developed such formidable leg strength through this method that his kicks have the power to shatter mountains.
Sanji’s main serious flaw is that he gets nosebleeds whenever he’s in the company of attractive ladies like Nami, Robin, and Chilly.
5. Sakura Haruno
As the only child of Mebuki and Kizashi Haruno, Sakura Haruno enjoyed a kind and loving upbringing. Even though Sakura had a supportive family environment, the bullying she endured as a kid made her self-conscious about her appearance. She overcame her crippling self-doubt thanks to the support of her friends and the success she found in school. Her ninja talents are just so-so, but Sakura’s sharp mind led her to the door and eventually led to her becoming a medical-nin.
6. Ryūnosuke Tanaka (Haikyū!!)
March in the United States ushers at the beginning of the college basketball tournament season, also known as “March Madness.” College teams from all across the country fight for the honor of being named the best in their division. Thus, I think it’s appropriate that the sixth anime we’ve celebrated as a birthday comes from a sports anime whose central plot is a group of athletes competing for a championship.
7. Norman (Yakusoku no Neverland)
Great suspense adventures can be found in both the manga and the first season of The Promised Neverland’s anime, despite the current season’s downward spiral. Kaiu Shirai’s growth as a character is a highlight of both formats. And now, for the seventh and last March birthday gift…
The area code for the city of Norman is 22194. This 2034 infant was one year old when she was taken to Grace Field House because she was so weak. In spite of his frail body, Norman was able to compensate at Grace Field by developing his sharp mind. As a result, his caregivers would rank Norman as “premium quality items,” third-best behind Emma and Ray.
8. Shiemi Moriyama (Ao no Exorcist)
The eighth member of our cast is a danger from one of my favorite anime shows, and she represents a departure from the tragic female archetype. Blue Exorcist, also known as Ao no Exorcist.
Shiemi Moriyama is a shy, nature-loving girl who has never experienced much of the outside world. Shiemi has a sheltered upbringing with her grandmother. Gardening, making tea and assisting at her grandmother’s apothecary take up most of her time. Shiemi has a gift for determining the cause of a person’s ailment and creating a remedy out of a custom blend of herbs.
9. Kayo Hinazuki (Boku dake ga Inai Machi)
Disengaged student Kayo Hinazuki is one of three victims of a serial killer, and her death sets Satoru Fujinuma on a path to alter their destinies.
Kayo comes from a background of abuse at the hands of a single father, which has left her with a strong fear of strangers and pushed her farther and further away from society. Her yearning for solitude and her lack of tact when dealing with others are both outward signs of her underlying frustration. Despite her rough exterior, Satoru learns that Kayo has suffered significant emotional trauma in her past. After each “Revival,” Kayo comes to have faith in the main character as a good person and trustworthy friend. The two of them are able to break the revival cycle thanks to their mutual faith in one another. At the story’s end, we’re happy for the protagonist because they achieved their goal of happiness.
10. Erina Nakiri (Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma)
Despite their prevalence in slice-of-life and shonen anime, tsundere waifus and husbands are typically given little to no agency outside of the confines of their trope. Our tenth selection is a welcome departure from the norm in this respect.
Erina Nakiri holds the 10th position in the Elite Ten Council at Tsuki Culinary Academy.
Erina’s upbringing and cooking skills have given her an air of superiority, and as a result, she has few friends her own age. When she receives honest feedback on her cooking or personality, her explosive temper is a direct result of the collision between these traits. On the other hand, she is unmistakably a teenage girl at heart; she is a voracious reader of shoujo manga and longs for deep friendships even when she is isolated from her peers.
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