Saitama and genos relationship quiz

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Summary: With some encouragement from Genos, Saitama takes the alignment test. If your family had arranged your marriage to someone loathsome, would you: He finishes the quiz in a flurry of clicks. “Finally!” Saitama. about the anime. Take this quiz to know if you truly kn. Saitama. C. King. D. Sitch. 4. The anime series of One-Punch Man was written by. A. Not by choice but by force because Genos would not leave him along. Hilarious. Its a relationship Saitama doesn't want anything to do with at.

What I look at in an OTP is chatacter influence. Characters have to have a major impact on the life of another character in vice versa to be considered a one true pairing.

It doesn't have to be a romantic relationship. The relationship can be male and male or brother and sister. What is most important is if the relationship between the character has weight. If you they work with or against each other. Do they need each other to grow as characters? Did they make long term positive or negative changes in each others live? Which leads me to Saitama and Genos Saitama as we all know at the start of the series is emotional flat.

He doesnt feel enthusiasm, anger, or sadness in battle and it extends into his personal life. His exists is boring because he hasn't gotten a real challenge in ages. He also doesn't get any motivates from the people he interacts with. Besides a monster, a cashier, or a stray person he saves Saitama doesn't exchange more the a few words with anybody people. That is before Genos. Genos is the first person in the series that Saitama speaks to and opens up.

Not by choice but by force because Genos would not leave him along.

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Its a relationship Saitama doesn't want anything to do with at first because he isn't looking for a student and he doesn't need more then 20 words in his life. Genos wants unmatched power. His reasons for needing this for power is to defeat a crazed cyborg that ruined his life. So its unsurprising that after witnessing Saitama 'One Slapping' a monster with ease that he would beg Saitama to become his sensei. The goal being to become stronger.

What actually happens is why I they are my OTP. Genos doesn't give up and Saitama just learns to deal with it.

The next question isn't much better, but there's no hesitation this time. Do you respect the leaders of your family? Genos' lips form a thin line. If your family had arranged your marriage to someone loathsome, would you: The next few questions pass pretty predictably, until question eight.

Saitama again clicks on his answer without hesitation, and it is Genos who feels his heart twinge in phantom pain. Do you become close to friends, or hold most people at a safe distance? Have you ever betrayed a friend? He opens his mouth to ask, but Saitama shakes his head minutely. He holds his breath at the next question. How do you view lifelong commitment to a single romantic partner? Same pick as Genos, then. A couple more questions pass, and then If you were injured and required immediate assistance, would members of your home town agree to help?

Probably not, because I'm distrusted in my home town. There are many ignorant people in this world, yes, but there are just as many who cannot be so utterly blind that they do not see your contributions, your heart, your strength, your goodness. Do members of your home town shun, avoid, or mock you? Yes, their small minds can't handle anyone outside the norm.

Some do, because I don't always fit in. Saitama settles for the second.

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He scrolls through the next few questions. They ask about political credibility. I just punch things. At least I know I can handle that. He can see why Saitama picks them — can see Saitama believing in these as the reasons for his actions. But from his own extensive observation and understanding of his sensei, he thinks his sensei thinks too lowly of himself. He picks the options that seem to be the easy way out — No, because I might get caught. Of course, to pick such an option, Saitama would have to first believe that the nation trusted him at all.

And that, Genos knows, is a leap Saitama refuses to take. Saitama keeps muttering under his breath at the next few questions. Sensei prefers to face everything head on, fearlessly, and act according to what feels right.

Genos is beginning to doubt that this test, which tests the average person, can properly evaluate someone as special as his teacher. Sensei is really reaching the limits of his patience at question Genos, why are there so many? He resists — barely. By using magic, you could fool village merchants into thinking your copper pieces were made of gold.

Nothing wrong with taking from the rich to give to the poor, pretty heroic, I think. Robin Hood and all that. He finishes the quiz in a flurry of clicks. What does that mean? Genos, read it out to me. Staring at that little screen hurts my eyes. Genos rushes to oblige. He is devoted to helping others. He works with kings and magistrates but does not feel beholden to them. Neutral good is the best alignment you can be because it means doing what is good without bias for or against order.

However, neutral good can be a dangerous alignment when it advances mediocrity by limiting the actions of the truly capable. In other words, being Neutral Good had absolutely no minus points for sensei. He says as much. What Neutral Good thinks of Lawful Good. Strict describes you perfectly, Genos.

In fact, I think you should lighten up a little. Genos looks on helplessly.


He never wants any of their conversations to end. Back before training, I had a good friend. He had a girlfriend who did not treat him right. I got involved in order to break them up.