Top 10 Anime Characters Who Have Never Been Damaged



Top 10 Anime Characters Who Have Never Been Damaged

VOICE OVER: Ashley Bowman
These guys are borderline untouchable! Join Ashley as we count down our picks for the characters in anime who have never sustained damage, as seen in series such as "Pokemon", "One Piece", "Dragon Ball Super", and more!
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Top 10 Anime Characters Who Have Never Been Damaged

Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we are counting down our picks for the Top 10 Anime Characters Who Have Never Been Damaged.

For this list, we’re going over the heroes and villains of the anime scene who, somehow, have never been dealt a lethal blow, brought to their knees, we’re not even sure if some have even suffered a scratch! Think we missed out on an expert bullet dodger? Let us know in the comments.

#10: Sakamoto

“Haven't You Heard? I'm Sakamoto” (2016)

The man is practically perfect in every aspect of his daily life, to an almost absurd degree. Is it any wonder that he hasn’t made a misstep yet? Whether it’s outmaneuvering bullies, turning potential humiliation into victory, or purchasing porn videos without being caught, Sakamoto can truly do no wrong, and accomplishes all of this without skipping a beat or losing face even once. Granted, it makes him the most unrelatable excuse for a human we’ve ever seen. We could have used some of that shine in our early years!

#9: Iruma

“Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun” (2019-)

He may have gotten a little roughed up during his dodgeball practice, but in terms of sustaining actual wounds. Not a chance. Why? Because Iruma’s dodge game is stronger than anything the demon world could possibly throw at him. Whether it be magic or falling debris, anything that comes passed this blue cinnamon roll always misses by a hair’s length. If he wasn’t such a softy, there’s no doubt Iruma could use this innate reaction of his to flex on anyone who dared to square up to him.

#8: Claire

“Baccano” (2007)

Aka Felix Warren, aka Vino, aka Rail Tracer, aka the most lethal assassin to ever exist. Not only does this killer have Olympic level agility and a talent for slaughter, but he’s also never been bested in a brawl. More than that, we don’t think someone’s even gotten close to landing a hit. He’s just that good. Might have something to do with him having crazy levels of faith in himself. Whatever he wills to be, will be. Not even a killing machine like Ladd could bring down this bloodsoaked behemoth.

#7: Tatsumaki

“One Punch Man” (2015-19)

Saitama may be able to deck just about everyone with a single blow of his fist, but he’s still been kicked to the moon and back. You know who hasn’t? The S-Class hero who looks like a small child and can use her psychic abilities to unload hurricanes on fools who get in her way. With her powers just as outlandish as her temper, we’ve yet to see Tatsumaki falter, at least as far as the anime’s concerned. Anything gets thrown at her, she just sends flying back with a psychic tornado to boot!

#6: Saiki

“The Disastrous Life of Saiki K.” (2016-18)

With every psychic power known to man under his antenna, Saiki could easily undo the world if he wanted to, but instead chooses to live the most mundane and neutral life possible. That’s not to say he lets his guard down though. Any possible danger or inconvenient scenario, even those of his own making, Saiki has a power to deal with it. The only time Saiki has had a soul crushing experience is when someone snatches away his coffee pudding. Other than that, the man is a stoic, pink-haired, fourth-breaking Superman without kryptonite.

#5: Milim

“That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime” (2018-21)

Rimuru’s best friend may be every bratty girl architype rolled into one, but she’s also one of the strongest demon lords around, and demon lords don’t go down easy. Even when getting beaten by Clayman, it doesn’t even leave a scratch. The pony-tailed monstrosity spends her days bringing down beasts that would even give her slime bestie reason to pause, so it’s fair to say it take something beyond the realm of absurdity to cause her harm in any way! Until then, she’s easily at the top of the food chain.

#4: Fyodor

“Bungo Stray Dogs” (2016-)

While the scariest thing about this madman is undoubtedly his intelligence, having a one hit kill skill under his belt just cements Fyodor as a man not to be trifled with. The leader of the Rats in the House of the Dead, while often lurking in the shadows, has made no attempt to disguise how dangerous he is. If he’s not tricking you into killing yourself, then he’s lighting your face up with a purple shade of insta-death! Basically, nothing gets by this guy.

#3: Mihawk

“One Piece” (1999-)

While he’s certainly not the strongest person to ever roam the seven seas, Hawk Eye Mihawk is still regarded as the greatest swordsman in the world, and compared to his fellow Warlords, he’s not had a single mustache hair ruffled during any of his scuffles. Even when trapped inside of a battlefield as big and chaotic as Marineford, Mihawk was able to hold his own without any real effort. His skill with the sword is just that great. The fact he casually peaces out when he’s had enough probably helps with his zero damage record.

#2: Arceus

“Pokemon” (1997-)

Because of course the God of Pokemon made it here. And since nobody in the anime-verse knows how to use a Master Ball, the originator of all things pocket monster cannot be touched. Able to switch types on command, Arceus systematically made every other legendary in Pokemon canon look like a Catapie. It took Ash having to go through time to secure a magical McGuffin to stop the Poke-deity from wiping out humanity! Maybe it would have been a different story if Tobias was the main character…

#1: Whis

“Dragon Ball Super” (2015-18)

Standing above all mortals and most Gods, Whis’ sassy personality and slender frame betrays just how obscenely powerful he is. As an Angel, Whis can easily contend with two Saiyans like they were Yamcha. Throw in the ability to turn back time, and the fact he prefers to act as a bystander rather than fighter, and we doubt there’s a chance Whis will ever feel the need to get his hands dirty. And unless his father or Omni-King suddenly decides to throw hands, he’ll likely spend the rest of eternity without ever taking a hit.