Most Well-Written Female Anime Characters Of All Time

Here is everything you need to know about the most well-written female anime characters of all time.

Rukia: BleachRukia: Bleach

In Bleach, Rukia Kuchiki is one of the most likable characters. She stands out as one of the most well-written Shonen heroines of her time. Unfortunately, she didn’t get as much screen time as fans would have liked simply because Bleach’s cast is too bloated. However, that shouldn’t detract from her many accomplishments.

Rukia’s character development in Bleach was realistic and believable. She’s a multifaceted character with several different layers, proving that solid heroines should always have nuance.

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Nobara Kugisaki: Jujutsu KaisenNobara Kugisaki: Jujutsu Kaisen

Nobara Kugisaki from Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the best-written female characters in shonen anime. She always stays true to herself and refuses to abide by anyone else’s rules. Nobara is not afraid to get her hands dirty, and she’ll do whatever it takes to win.

Nobara’s proven time and time again that she has what it takes to thrive in the dangerous world of jujutsu sorcery. She’s unapologetically herself and never backs down from a fight. As one of the most badass women in the series, she’s stolen the spotlight from other characters several times.

Makima: Chainsaw ManMakima: Chainsaw Man

In Chainsaw Man, it’s fairly obvious from the start that something’s not quite right with Makima. Though she comes off as kind and charitable to Denji and the audience at first, it’s soon apparent that she’s grooming him. Makima strings Denji along with sexual advances and potential romance only so that he’ll do whatever she says.

Makima doesn’t care about Denji. However, she greatly admires the Chainsaw Devil, who she thinks is key to ushering in her ideal world. Makima is a master manipulator, and her true identity makes much more sense after critically analyzing her personality.

Jolyne Cujoh: JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stone OceanJolyne Cujoh: JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stone Ocean

Jolyne made her mark on the series with a snappy personality, stylish fashion, and badass fighting skills. Because of how Jolyne grew up, she seemed like the typical rebellious teenager. However, she learned the importance of standing on her own two feet.

After being convicted of a murder that she didn’t commit, Jolyne understands that her only true ally is herself. Jolyne shares several traits with her predecessors that define the Joestar bloodline. She has an unwavering resolve and isn’t afraid to put people in their place.

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Yona: Yona Of The DawnYona: Yona Of The Dawn

Before the coup in Yona of the Dawn, Princess Yona was out of touch with the world’s harsh realities. Tucked away in a gaudy castle, Yona never had to worry about the political fallout from her father’s actions until Soo-won killed him.

As she and Hak defected the kingdom, Yona wanted to learn how to fight and fend for herself. Yona’s resolve even stunned Hak, who didn’t know she had such a fighting spirit despite being childhood friends. Yona not only learned how to fight, but she became hardened to the world’s ways.

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