The dominant function of the ESTP personality is Extroverted Sensoriality, and secondarily, Introverted Thinking. Your typical ESTP will never be found without a smile on their face, and to them, life is one big game — which can sometimes get a bit intense.
ESTPs are the winners of most games, as no other anime character personality types has their speed. ESTPs have a great ability to predict people. They make them a short characterization at first sight, almost without trying. They often use this talent to win a game or showdown. ESTPs are motivated by the desire for direct interaction with their environment.
Kiba Inuzuka is a shinobi of the Chūnin rank who belongs to the Inuzuka clan. He was part of Team Kurenai, as well as the Fifth Division of the Great Shinobi Alliance during the Fourth Shinobi World War. But what really defines him is his incredible loyalty to his friends—and his undying love for dogs.
Kiba is a pretty cool guy, to be honest. I guess you could say that his personality is reflected in the fact that he’s got some pretty awesome features, like animalistic physical traits — but those features are human, so there are no worries about him being too much of an animal for you. He’s not overly ‘beasty’, in other words; he’s a man who has some gentle bestial qualities, if you will.
2/28. Katsuki Bakugou
Katsuki is a very confident person, though that confidence sometimes turns into arrogance in heated situations. This was especially evident when he first met Izuku, who had an unusually strong Quirk. Katsuki attacked him without hesitation, as if he felt irritated that someone else had a Quirk like his own. Katsuki is also very proud and has a superiority complex, which is partly why he initially refused to use Izuku’s help in combat.
Though not the most mentally stable hero, nor does he have the image of one, Katsuki is cold with his allies, and aggressive with his enemies. He is rude and impolite as well. As the series progresses, his anger outbursts become less aggressive, usually increasingly comical.
Lunch is a character from the Dragon Ball series, the second female character to appear in the series. She is part of the recurring jokes that Toriyama likes to use to differentiate Dragon Ball from reality — she has a rare condition where every time she sneezes, she changes personalities. It makes for good TV, but it’s pretty inconvenient in real life!
The effects of this disease remain unknown, though many theories abound as to why it exists. Some theorists wonder if the disease is fatal. Others cite a theory proposed by Jonathan Swift that states that mankind has been living under a condition of ‘temporary insanity’ for thousands of years. A third theory suggests that this disease could be the cause for the creation of fairy tales, some books, and even entire genres such as science fiction and fantasy.
4/28. Pan (Dragon Ball Z and DragonBall GT)
Pan is the daughter of Son Goku and Videl from the world-wide known series Dragon Ball. She is the granddaughter of Chichi and Mr Satan. She’s a very strong young girl, most likely because her father is incredibly strong and her grandfather has many years of training under his belt. But she’s still sweet as a button (but don’t tell her I said that).
Dragon Ball Super: A big-hearted, energetic, affectionate 5-year old girl named Pan. Always ready to make new friends and explore the world — but definitely not ready to take it easy just yet! With her grandfather Goku’s superhuman might combined with her mother Videl’s discipline and culture, she’ll be just fine — even though she’s only 5 years old.
5/28. Kid Buu
Super Buu is a tall and lean blue monster, with pointed ears and a yellow fleshy interior. He wears a black belt around his waist, which he uses to hold up his pants (which are pink bubblegum-colored). This villain is super similar to pink bubble gum, with pointy ears, and a sticky interior.
His power is so great that he could defeat the kaioshins with a single knock-out, and can easily beat Frieza, who is inferior to the super saiyan 3, yet holds much more power. Super shows his potential for strength increase, if he would only train for a few days.
6/28. Super Buu
Majin Buu is an evil being that existed for about 5 million years before the year 0 (or year 1 BC — Before Christ) in the Dragon Ball universe. Bills claims that he’s a primordial force that could only be awakened by Bibidi, who with her magic could free him and lock him up.
7/28. Kid Trunks
Kid Trunks is a fan character in the Dragon Ball universe. His first appearance was in episode #12 of Dragon Ball Z, titled “The History of Trunks”. He is the son of Bulma and Vegeta, and is one of the few characters to make two separate appearances in the series. Kid Trunks is well-known for his role in the Buu saga.
Kid Trunks is one of the most popular Dragon Ball Z characters. Unlike his present self, Kid Trunks is spoiled, pampered, and always thinks that he’s better than everyone else. He does not have to deal with the confusion and anxiety of growing up, because he has never faced that type of adversity — but that’s ok! Because Kid Trunks is a very outgoing and cheerful character, just like his best friend Goten!
Hidan is a former ninja from Yugakure, who now plies his deadly trade with the Akatsuki organization on the outskirts of Amegakure. He’s often considered to be a renegade, as he always seems to be going off on his own and has a track record of vocalizing his displeasure towards Pain, the leader of Akatsuki.
I’ve never liked Kakuzu, frankly. He was a very blasphemous person who valued money above all else, and was notorious for not particularly caring about his fellow Akatsuki members. He’s also the only Akatsuki member to have openly mocked jinchuuriki during his fight with Gaara and the Third Kazekage: but it’s probably okay to let that one slide, at least…
Franky is a character from the popular anime series One Piece, who has been reinvented by Oda in the latest chapter of the series. Franky was always known to be a strong man and during his childhood he was adopted as a son by Tom, who had lost his left-arm in an accident and built a prosthetic one with the help of Franky.
Your dream is to get the Thousand Sunny ship around the world, just like Gold Roger. You haven’t done this yet, but the good news is that you’ve already built it! All that’s left to do is sail it around the world and fix things when they break, which shouldn’t be too hard for someone as awesome as you.
10/28. Yusuke Urameshi
Yūsuke Urameshi is a 14-year-old boy who’s always been a rebel. He’s got a bone to pick with the teachers at Sarayashiki Elementary, and everybody knows it. But one day he meets a boy named Yukio Mishima who falls down the stairs right in front of him, and Urameshi has just enough time to save him by grabbing his arm before he hits the ground.
Yūsuke is a unique character. He’s the leader, but not in the way that Kurama and Hiei are — he’s more of a mediating force between those two. Their relationship is like fire and water; they clash endlessly, but when one’s absent, the other is often lost. Yūsuke’s ability to keep them working together despite their differences (and occasional brawls) is what makes him unique.
11/28. Sapphire (Pokemon Adventures)
She is the leader of all Star Sapphires in the Universe. Her extra-terrestrial ring can produce Green Lantern-style constructions and a lightning bolt emanating from the gem, which has been said to make her a living Goddess. She first arrived on Earth during World War II as an ally for the Justice Society of America. After many decades of absence, she is back to conquer Earth.
Star Sapphire, aka Carol Ferris, is a long-time participant in the war between the sexes. As a pilot of an experimental aircraft, she was known by her male compatriots as “True Blue.” But when her plane went into a nosedive and crashed into the ocean, she discovered she could survive underwater: Star Sapphire had replaced Carol Ferris.
12/28. Portgas D. Ace
Ace is the son of Gol D. Roger, the most powerful pirate in history — and a favorite character of many series-following fans. His father was executed and his mother died shortly after giving birth, but Ace’s life takes an interesting turn when he meets Luffy: Ace’s younger brother. Although Ace appears to be a composed and educated man, he has narcolepsy which is demonstrated by his tendency to fall asleep at random times.
13/28. Tai (Digimon)
Taichi Kamiya is from a long line of wand-makers. Although he was born in Yagami, he moved to Highton View Terrace one year prior to the series beginning, with his brother and his parents. He began attending Hikarigaoka Junior High when the series begins and is in class 2-B. As a child, Tai was very laid back, usually playing video games and was often late for school.
Taichi does everything. He goes on adventures, he’s energetic, and he dedicates his life to others. He’s very impulsive and tends to take action without thinking. I love him because he’s such a dynamic character!
He is unafraid to go up against any Digimon, innocent or malicious — he is not one to back down from a fight. His confidence in his own abilities make him a fun character to write for, and have a lot of personality. He’s also got the attitude of “I’m the hero, there’s no need for me to explain my actions to the villains”.
Beerus, or Bills as he is more commonly known, plays an integral role in the battle of the gods saga of Dragon Ball Super. He has recently been seen posing with his close companion, Wiss, and we think their antics are hilarious! His many deeds have saved our world from certain doom — in exchange for delicious foods, of course.
Bills is a very playful cat that enjoys to be thrown around, and enjoys sitting in people’s laps. He does have an odd tendency to get angry and destroy things, especially if he loses in anything. However, he usually calms down after awhile and is just as friendly as he can be.
15/28. Tsunade (Naruto )
Tsunade is a famed Sannin, not unlike Orochimaru and Jiraiya. She is also one of the strongest kunoichi in the world, known as the best medical ninja in the world. And she’s even more powerful than most ninja, because she has her own special jutsu: the Creation Rebirth, which allows her to heal any wound or illness in a matter of seconds — or even revive dead people!
Tsunade’s personality is a steady one — she can be tough on others, but when the chips are down, she’s always got your back. I’ve gotten used to her temperament at this point, although it can be a little surprising at times: If a mission goes sour, she won’t tell you off for failing — instead she’ll berate herself for being too weak to protect everyone.
16/28. Noi (Dorohedoro)
Noi is a strong-willed character, who’s not afraid to put her foot down. If she doesn’t like the way things are going? She’ll let you know in no uncertain terms. A good example of this can be found in the second issue of Dorohedoro, where she’s tasked with killing a man named Vasco.
17/28. Seo Yuzuki (Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-Kun)
The most jarring aspect of Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun, a brilliant anime series, is the difference between Yuzuki and her friends. She’s brutally honest and incredibly intense, while each friend has their own distinct personality. Let me put it this way: if you ever have some free time, try to avoid these three.
18/28. Greed (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
Like an entrepreneur, Greed is always on the move. And since he’s a materialistic homunculus, this might make him seem like one of those shallow people who never have time to spare. But if you look past that facade, you’ll see that he’s got a lot more time than most people. Not only is he well-versed in the field of exploration and innovation, but also a very good listener.
19/28. Denji (Chainsaw Man)
Denji is unapologetic, direct and insightful. During Chainsaw Man, his character was full of unfiltered comments, which worked well with his unstructured personality. He said exactly what’s on his mind, even if it wasn’t the nicest or best thought to have in the moment (but you know what they say — honesty is the best policy).
20/28. Isaac Netero (Hunter x Hunter)
Isaac Netero was an ESTP adventurer who hung out in India for a couple of years. While there he found Nirvana and now goes on to become the chairman of the Hunter Association. Despite his formidable power, Netero prefers to manipulate others with his wit and wisdom while only bringing out his fist when necessary. He’s a natural leader, just like you!
21/28. Joseph Joestar (JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures)
Although his personality is often dismissed as obnoxious and narcissistic, Joseph Joestar makes up for it with his quick thinking, fast mouth, and ability to come up with a plan every bit as convoluted as MacGyver. Ironically though, he’s much better at fighting than being the leader — although we’ll give him credit for making it out alive while fighting alongside his friends who, of course, have much better Stands suited for combat!
22/28. Satori Tendou (Haikyuu!!)
Tendou is terrifying. He’s got sharp intuition, quick reactions I’ve never seen before, and a propensity to block everything in sight. It’s one of the reasons that he’s earned the nickname ‘Guess Monster’. The other? Because he’s an ESTP — a rare breed of players with a knack for improvisation and experimentation, as well as for connecting with others.
23/28. Masamune Makabe (Masamune-kun’s Revenge)
Masamune-kun isn’t the kind of anime protagonist that goes around with some masterplan to take down the girl who wronged him. He’s just a guy who wants to get revenge on the girl who wronged him. Masamune-kun understands that society is built on foundations that favour good-looking, popular guys over average ones like himself — and he uses this knowledge to his advantage to achieve his goals when he can.
24/28. Faye Valentine (Cowboy Bebop)
Faye Valentine may be the best femme fatale you’ve never met. Her cold and calculating nature is balanced by her charm and grace, making her an excellent character that you can’t help but like — even if she isn’t someone you’d want to make friends with. Faye is a master of the universe, and if you cross the path of this ruthless bounty hunter, there’ll be no turning back.
25/28. Rintarou Okabe (Steins;Gate)
Rintarou Okabe is a person who loves the idea of being a Mad Scientist. Rintarou’s ambition shines through and he makes it his life’s mission to try to find the answer to one of the great questions that has perplexed mankind for decades: “Is time travel possible?” The answer is yes, and Rintarou will stop at nothing to find it.
26/28. Baan (The Seven Deadly Sins)
The Seven Deadly Sins weren’t the first to have greed, either. The series may be one of the most popular anime series right now — but there are plenty more out there that live and breathe their own brands of greed. Take, for instance, the irrevocably ambitious Baan from the Seven Deadly Sins: Revival of the Ten Commandments. He’s more than just a follower — he’s his own brand of sin!
27/28. Yumeko Jabami (Kakegurui)
Yumeko Jabami is the definition of a thrill-seeker. She’s always looking for something new to do, and she never backs down from a challenge. She might be confident in her gambling skills, but one of her biggest challenges would be her relationship with her friends, who are also extremely talented gamblers.
28/28. Dimple (Mob Pyscho 100)
The moment they lay their eyes on him, they know he’s a baddie. That’s because Dimple doesn’t look like much — just a tiny little dot, barely bigger than the size of a mole. And yet this teeny-tiny little baddie is more clever, sneaky, conniving and manipulative than some big shots in the spectral world.