Because you like Howl in Howl's Moving Castle
If it means fulfilling her ambitions, Satsuki Kiryuin will show neither shame nor hesitation. See them in Kill la Kill.
With most of the people that Sango loved now gone, the only thing she wants is to kill the demon who destroyed her village. See them in Inuyasha.
An arrogant, prideful human-demon hybrid, Inuyasha secretly just wants to be accepted. See them in Inuyasha.
The "runt" of his biker gang, Tetsuo Shima grapples with a perpetual inferiority complex. See them in Akira.
A laid-back wanderer, Ginko has an empathetic, open-minded worldview. See them in Mushishi.
Though bold and pure of heart, Utena Tenjou has a fairytale vision of the world that can make her oblivious to its darkness. See them in Revolutionary Girl Utena.
What Mako Mankanshoku lacks in common sense, she makes up for in sheer optimism and force of personality. See them in Kill la Kill.
Yuri is living in the afterlife, which takes the form of a high school where no one dies. But if you follow the school's rules and live a "normal" life you vanish. See them in Angel Beats!.
Gou Matsuoka offers to help as manager of a swim team, believing that they're the only ones who can help her brother. See them in Free! Iwatobi Swim Club.
Trying to get through school without being a burden to anyone, Tohru Honda stays cheerful despite her difficulties. See them in Fruits Basket.
The pasta-loving, skirt-chasing personification of North Italy, Feliciano Vargas is decidedly a lover, not a fighter. See them in Axis Powers Hetalia.
Hotheaded and arrogant, Kaneda is nevertheless fiercely protective of the biker gang he leads. See them in Akira.