Insulting my country with anime characters
Fuck you jap
We are fortunately too irrelevant for that shit but here's a famous polish character from GTA San Andreas = Big Pope
>There are more korean characters in anime than there are australian characters
>tfw anime characters are based on white people
The only believeably Russian character I've ever seen in anime.
Most polish anime characters I know are from Muv-Luv like this one.
Everytime I see someone praising evangelion for being deep I pray to that they are being ironic
Are there any australian anime characters?
I cant think of any at all
If there is does anyone know an anime that spends time in australia, need to celebrate Australia day with some sort of patriotism, may as well do it the weeb way
we got some yaoi bait character in hetalia
>tfw every time finland gets new animu character i somehow feel really good that our irrelevant country is relevant at least somewhere
any new mentionings? i haven't followed stuff for some time
Me neither. These GuP girls are the most recent I know.
They go to Australia to race the locals for a couple of episodes. Racing with guns.
I don't know any Scottish characters so I'll post this instead
It's because you don't take schedules seriously that you don't have many
I sense communism from that uniform and drug addict from the eyes
Ilya von Einzbern from Fate
Rance from Rance
Most of the Muv Luv Schwarzesmarken cast
Asuka from Evangelion
Laura Bodewig from Infinite Stratos
The Major from Hellsing
Shingeki no Kyojin has a lot of german influence
Adolf K. Weismann from [K]
Chris from Majikoi
Stroheim from Jojos Bizarre Adventure
Got that right. Not sure how commie she is though.
Mind broken rape victim
Also ''lymnades caça'' from saint seya
I don't think I've ever seen an Australian in an anime before. All I remember is that crazy mind reader from Code Geass whose plan was to move there after he dismembered his love interest.
Renato Brothers from Gundam Build Fighters. I'm surprised that they weren't football soccer players this time
According to the Gundam wiki:
>It is possible that the Renato brothers represent fans that despise the mainstream and popular fandoms. Where as just about every other character on their level uses a custom variant of a powerful Ace or at least Sub-Ace unit, they have been seen only using custom variants of weaker mass-produced units, like GMs. they also have expressed their dislike for the favorite fighters, such as being happy when the champion Carlos Kaiser was defeated by a newcomer, as well as their wanting to knock Tatsuya Yuki off his pedestal as the favorite to win the tournament.
Despite being completely irrelevant, there are more Finns in anime than Australians.
>All these stupid loli
G Gundam best gundam desu.
He born in Isla Nueva (New Island), in the Magallanes Region
>knowing israel even exists
Not kidding lads, half the people I talked to there didn't know the country, the other half didn't know in what continent it was on.
They are always happy and excited and charismatic. And the woman have big boobies
>blond hair blue eyes
Finnish girls in anime are almost always the best girl in their series, so I don't mind.
This is true. You can see that often a foreign character is written by someone who has never met people from that country. They might give them a character trait stereotypical of that country, but other than that they just act very Japanese.
Moomins and shared mongol heritage
The protagonist of a popular anime is one of your kind.
apparently cú chullain is a grill
I would just bring in most Vento Aureo Characters if I could.
Rin isn't Australian but in the second season of Free! he goes to visit Australia and his Australian home stay family.
Lithuania is only in one shit anime and he is American maid
Oh wait, I just found that there is an anime character named "Morocco" from some anime named Kiba: http://myanimelist.net/character/28818/Morocco
Now if he is indeed related to my country Morocco or not I don't really know, but his skin color looks similar to our skin color so maybe yes.
It's the only I found but I'm very happy that I at least found one!
I don't think there are many characters besides him
Vlad is in Fateverse too. Fate/Apocrypha or from Fate/Grand Order like in picture. Not anime, but still.
There are about 6 million German characters but they are boring so I will post some burgerfu instead.
>not one single mention of Dan Eagleman. the most based animu American to exist
>bullshitting anime collages with transparency
Aside some mentions to Tango, Buenos Aires or football, I can remember Albiore in Saint Seiya making one of the gayiest chapters, but i don't know if he's French or Argentinian at all, at least in the manga he was Argentinian and black haired
We should have kileld the chinks...
We should have prevented anime
Any Dutch bros lurking? This Dutch guy was a literally gay weeaboo.
>Americans ITT not posting the best Jojo
>he thinks Japanese are that vehement about white people
They're only breaking out the megaphones for Chinese and Koreans bro. Although clearly that picture was made by someone with Japan experience.
It makes me sad as well knowing there are no good Australian anime characters yet Finland a country know for being only for being conquered by Russian then being conquered by Russian again gets more anime.
>Australian girls and boys even run like their in an anime.
There's this guy from YuGiOh GX who isn't directly confirmed but has an Aussie accent and his name is Jim/James "Crocodile" Cook.
Good point I'll rephrase that. Occupied by Russia and Germany. It is also well known for not being Russia or Germany, that and it snows.
>the british girl is shorter than all her japanese friends
Now give me an example from a series that isn't specifically about anthropomorphic countries.
All 7 major Jojo protagonists are at least part British, though only two were born in Britain, and one of them (who is objectively best jojo) lived in America for most of his life and is referred to as either American or American of British lineage.
i dont always show up in anime but when i do i'm playing soccer