Naruto, Bleach and Fairy Tail have had many fan favorite characters who could easily beat Hidan’s ass. But which anime character would be the best fit to take on this evil bastard?
Hidan is one of the most powerful Akatsuki members, and he’s also immortal. But what if we told you that there are 10 anime characters who could beat him?
Hidan is one of those characters that will always disappoint me.
He has the greatest design and attitude, plus he’s also an Akatsuki fodder member.
And in this ranking, we’ll keep the clowning going by looking at some more anime characters that have a similar premise to Hidan but would completely destroy him.
Stain of the Hero Killer
My Hero Academia is an anime series based on the manga My Hero Academia.
I’m going to start with this one since it’s by far the most difficult on the list.
Yes, MHA characters don’t usually scale to Naruto characters.
However, if we ignore the data books and comics and concentrate just on Hidan’s anime achievements, I believe Stain has a shot.
All of this is due to one fundamental factor:
Hidan is an arrogant man who will let you strike first in order for him to flex and draw up his ritual circle.
When confronting Stain, however, that would be a life-ending choice, since he may now lick your blood and ignite his own abilities.
Despite the fact that Hidan might win a protracted melee combat, being immobilized effectively means GG for him. Because tenacity isn’t all that great.
Even ordinary shuriken can puncture his skin, thus I don’t understand why Stain couldn’t just stab him to death.
It’s also worth mentioning that Hidan has no ability to regenerate. So Stain could just lop off his head while he’s incapacitated and bury it underground, or use it as a ghoulish ornament.
In any case, if Hidan becomes arrogant (as he often does), he will lose.
Nathaniel Hawthorne (Nathaniel Hawthorne) (Nathani
Bungo Stray Dogs is a Japanese anime series.
First and first, I must state that instead of fighting, these two would most likely become great friends. They’re both fervently devout and like a healthy serving of blood in their diet.
But, if they were to fight, I believe Hawthorne would prevail.
Hawthorne’s equipment is much more adaptable, since he may utilize the blood to build a shield or strike at a reasonable range.
And if we scale him to Akutagawa in their battle, the numbers on each of these choices are absurd.
We witnessed Rashomon tear through 10 feet of concrete and one-shot an adversary in a moment, thus the fact that Scarlet Letter was able to fight against these strikes while also matching them in terms of strength and speed suggests that Hawthorne out-scales Hidan.
It’s also important mentioning that Hawthorne still has control over the blood he’s lost. So, even if Hidan manages to get some on his scythe, Hawthorne might just use it to hold Hidan, like he did against Akutagawa.
All of this is to say that if Hidan can get his ritual going, Hawthorne is very well doomed.
Because, although Hidan’s victory condition is difficult to achieve, once it is activated, it is difficult to counter.
The Seven Deadly Sins (Anime)
Hidan is very much screwed here, whether we’re talking about everlasting Ban or post-Hell Ban.
That’s because Ban possesses a vital talent that Hidan lacks: the ability to scale during the battle.
Hidan will almost certainly never overcome you in a fight of the immortals if he doesn’t do it right away. He has no more tricks under his sleeve but his ritual.
Ban, on the other hand, may utilize his Steal ability to gradually sap your power to the point where you can barely lift your hands.
And if we’re talking about a mortal Ban, he’d be much too tough for Hidan to do any meaningful damage to.
Plus, even if he succeeds in starting his ritual, Ban is so tough that he’ll probably be able to knock Hidan out of his circle.
After all, we’re talking about a guy who was essentially kebabbed and kept fighting.
So, depending on how much you want to highball Hidan’s attack strength, Ban would just come out on top with no-to-medium difficulty, regardless of how you spin in.
Akame ga Kill! is a Japanese anime.
There are two primary scenarios in which I envision this playing out, and both result in Hidan’s death.
As much as Hidan is capable of being dead.
Scenario one: Akame isn’t going for the kill right away. She kicks and punches, Hidan does his ritual, and as a show-off, he stabs his leg or stomach first.
Because Akame isn’t a total moron, he finds out how his method works and pushes him out of the circle before killing him before he can attack again.
I’m very sure she’d find him, given that we’re talking about a figure that managed to leave an afterimage when time was essentially stopped and Hidan could barely keep up with some shadows.
And finding out how to make a circle isn’t exactly difficult.
Scenario two: Akame goes for the kill right away.
In this case, Akame just blitzes Hidan from the start, utilizing her curse method to instantly kill Hidan.
She just beheads him if his immortality somehow counteracts the curse.
Again, Hidan isn’t going to be able to outrun Akame in terms of speed. So, in any situation, I’m very convinced that Akame will win.
6. Ryoumen Sukuna
Jujutsu Kaisen is a Japanese anime series.
Hidan should take notes from Sukuna on how to become eternal.
To begin with, this is one of the rare instances when I honestly believe Hidan doing the ceremony would make no difference.
We’re talking about a guy who took out his own heart in order for Itadori to refuse to return his corpse.
We already know he can regenerate limbs like no one’s business.
So, even if Hidan does his thing, which is again his lone card, Sukuna could probably just disregard it and kick him about.
When it comes to kicking someone around…
In terms of physical strength, Sukuna takes the lead.
Hidan’s scythe has only been used to cut up some pavement thus far. While Sukuna was having fun, he struck a guy through an entire building.
Sukuna teleports, and Hidan fights to dodge many shuriken tosses at the same time.
Overall, I believe Hidan will find a new God to pray to as a result of this conflict, and his name is Sukuna.
5. Brando, Dio
JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is a Japanese anime series.
This conflict, like Ban’s, may be seen in two ways: as a combat of the immortals and as a killable vs unkillable confrontation.
Situation one: Hidan has a chance in this situation. Vampire Dio shouldn’t be a difficult adversary to defeat, even if he’d have to battle till the dawn or discover a means to ignite a fire.
Yes, he can recover a great deal of damage, but he isn’t invincible. His strength is limited to bending metal.
Scenario two: Hidan is stomped to death by a mortal Dio.
Hidan will have to go in range of the World, where he will be pounded to death, for he needs the enemy’s blood to perform his ritual.
In this case, the disparity between attack speed and attack force is just astounding.
And don’t even get me started on Dio’s ability to stop time.
This implies that even if Dio becomes arrogant and allows Hidan to utilize his ritual, Dio may just stop time and punch him to death.
He might even prank Hidan by halting time and then removing him from the circle, causing him to hurt himself for no apparent reason.
Meliodas is number four.
The Seven Deadly Sins (Anime)
Meliodas is not only almost eternal, but he also has one thing in common with Hidan:
Reflection is harmed.
Only Melodias’ is much more straightforward to execute — and far more dependable in the heat of combat.
Meliodas may legitimately play this fight in the most ridiculous manner conceivable and still win:
- Hidan performs his rite and stabs himself in the leg.
- Meliodas then turns the damage into Revenge Counter and blasts Hidan, causing him to absorb even more damage.
- Meliodas’ next counter becomes considerably more potent as a result.
- etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc., etc
Hidan’s physique, on the other hand, could never keep up.
Meliodas, on the other hand, may simply get enraged and blow up a whole city.
As a result, he’d most likely still be alive.
And, if he chooses to play it safe, Hidan will never get the chance to harm Meliodas in the first place, since he lacks Meliodas’ power and speed.
Witch Queen No. 3
Black Clover is a Japanese anime series.
On so many levels, the Witch Queen defeats Hidan that it’s almost comical.
Given her usage of blood magic, you’d expect Hidan would have the upper hand since it would be simpler to get inside his mouth and begin the ritual. That, however, is unlikely to be the case.
On the most basic (and funny) level, the Witch Queen has complete power over all blood. As a result, she may simply wipe Hidan’s circle off the ground anytime she wants.
Alternatively, she may suck up all the leftover blood via the same wound if he does that thing where he purposely gets injured so he can create the circle in the first place.
If she really wanted to, she could simply start using him like a puppet.
You can envision how this approach would play out since it’s like Shikamaru’s Shadow Possession on steroids.
Hidan would be less of an opponent to the Witch Queen and more of an amusing little guy who she could make into a peon – and sometimes send on missions or torture when she wanted to retaliate against the males of the world.
Alucard is number two.
Hellsing Ultimate is a Japanese anime series.
The battle’s warm-up stage is irrelevant since both of these people are eternal.
A fully-powered Alucard isn’t something you can take down with a few stabs to the kidney, thus it doesn’t matter if Hidan performs his ritual or not.
What precisely can Hidan stab to feel like he’s genuinely doing any harm to the beast in front of him after all of his restraints are removed and he transforms into a gigantic pool of blood and eyes?
Is immortality truly a good thing when that same mass chooses to swallow him?
Because I’m very sure in this circumstance, there would be no end to the misery and anguish.
I’m very sure Hidan, like Sukuna, would simply start adoring Alucard as his new God instead of battling him to the non-death.
Nezuko Kamado (Nezuko Kamado) (Nezuko
Demon Slayer is a Japanese anime series.
Season two Nezuko has provided us a lot of stuff to work with, despite the fact that she wouldn’t have a chance against Hidan in season one.
To begin with, a blood-lusting Nezuko regenerates at an unbelievable rate.
It’s gotten to the point where she can recover a whole leg the moment she loses it.
Hidan has received some bad news.
Second, given that she defeated a demon capable of wiping out half the city in a single blow, it’s reasonable to assume that Nezuko’s destructive power is somewhat greater than Hidan’s.
I would note, though, that Nezuko does not possess any notable speed.
So it’s possible they’re even on that account.
The fact that she can ignite her blood, though, is the true game changer.
Hidan, let’s face it, is as evil as they come. As a result, I’m going to presume it works on him.
This has two important implications:
- While Hidan tries to lick her blood off, Nezuko may fry him up.
- And that by putting herself on fire, Nezuko could probably dispel Hidan’s magic.
Hidan is a character from the Naruto series. He has been in many battles and won them all, but there are 10 anime characters who could beat him. These characters include Boruto Uzumaki, Sasuke Uchiha, Yagura Karatachi, Hachigen Ushoda, Gintoki Sakata, Koyuki Kazahana, Isane Kotetsuinoura, Atsui Asahiya, Tatsumi Oga and Yato. Reference: hidan boruto.
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