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As a counterpoint to my previous journal on the subject of Soul Calibur characters The top ten Soul Characters I hate.With the imminent arrival of Soul Calibur VI arriving on consoles and PC later this year, (Trailer here for those who are interested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1sdAmSq4vs) I thought that I should put up a few journals on the series. And as I was reading a set of journals on animated characters someone hates, I took a hint and started there. So in no particular order, here are the top ten playable Soul Calibur characters that I hate.
10: Ivy Valentine. http://soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Ivy. A controversial start, but since this journal will have hardly any readers, what am I worried about?
Ivy, in my opinion, embodies all the negative female character tropes we see in video games. Yes, I know that she's an older character and I'll cut her some slack, but her costume...urgh. She looks to me like a BDSM mistress rather than something you might actually wear. (Serio
 , I thought that it would be a good idea to cover the top ten playable Soul Calibur characters that I love. Here's my list in no particular order below.
 

10: Lizardman/Aeon Calcos: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Aeo… Long time fans of the series may be surprised that this guy makes the list. As far as fighters go, he's pretty weak and some people have accused him of being a generic bad guy. However, when I first entered the series with Soul Calibur III, he was unlike any other playable character I had ever seen. As a result, I was immediately drawn to him. And although he's one of the weakest fighters in the game, I've always found him extremely fun to play. I like his fighting style (The ax and shield combination is pretty unique) and I like his background story as well. 

Also, as a walking lizard, he doesn't have the cheesy catchphrases of the other playable characters.

9: Tira:
soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Tir… A fan favourite, Tira is one of the most messed up individuals in the Soul Calibur universe. As crazy as they come, Tira's split personality and her tragic background are really interesting to say the least and add an unexpected layer to her fighting style. Then there's her weapon. While other fighters use more traditional martial arts weapons such as swords, staffs or nunchucks, Tira's massive ringblade is both unique and tremendously fun to play.

She's also one of the few evil characters who's only goal is to serve the evil blade Soul Edge. She doesn't want it for power or to survive or protect. No, she's an outright fanatic with a fervour that borders religious and that's fascinating to see.

If I have one complaint, it's that her outfits are a bit on the fan-servicey side. However, unlike Ivy, her costume fits with her distinctly crazy mindset.

8: Voldo:
soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Vol… Another fan favourite, Voldo has a fascinating fighting style appearance and backstory. His weird mixture of acrobatics and what appear to be dance moves makes for a surprisingly effective combination that is a lot of fun to play that can give any opponent pause for thought.

 

The only drawback is that his costume appears to be a weird sort of BDSM gay fanservice. It’s not as annoying as it is with Ivy and fits with his particular brand of crazy, so I let it pass.

 

7: Viola: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Vio… . One of my joint favourites for Soul Calibur V, I really hate the fact that her character is dragged down by the mess that is Soul Calibur Vs story.

 

Everything about this character is amazing. She has a story that begs to be further explored (seriously, why did nobody at Namco realise her potential I don’t know), an outfit and aesetic that I really like and a fighting style that is both fun and unique. And while I doubt we’ll see her return for Soul Calibur VI, I would like to see her return at a later point in the franchise.

 

I must admit, I’m intrigued by her link to another fan favourite character Amy. (Who appears later on this list.) Are they sisters? The same person? I would welcome the chance to find out.

 

6: Amy:  soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Amy Amy is another great character in my opinion. Unlike Patroklos, her connection to series staple Raphael is far better developed. Indeed, Raphael’s entire story arc is built around her and her story around his in turn.

 

Like Raphael, her character is a lot of fun to play and as with Viola, I love her aesetic as well, producing a kind of loli-goth style that really works.

 

But what really secures her spot on this list is the ending for her story in Soul Calibur IV. www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFPimU… It made me chuckle and it manages to break the fourth wall so spectacularly that it deserves a spot on this list.

 

5: Z.W.E.I: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Z.W…. Another victim of Soul Calibur Vs lacklustre story, this wandering mercenary/werewolf (I must admit that I’m not entirely sure what he is) gave Patroklos a thorough beating when they first met which is a great reason to start liking this guy. As with Viola, I really liked his background story better than that of the main cast.

 

From an aesetic point of view, his design and motif are pretty good, but I think that it’s his fighting style that I really like, with his wolf companion E.I.N. Used properly, Z.W.E.I is a potent and capable fighter worth playing and tremendous fun to do so.

 

Ultimately his fate remains sadly unknown. Stabbed by the new Nightmare and dropped into the Abyss, it is unlikely that he survived. However, I would love for Namco to retcon him back into the lore. Maybe we could just retcon Soul Calibur V out of existence perhaps?

 

4: Kamikirimusi: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Kam… A bonus character from Soul Calibur IV, this character has an interesting story and is one of the few stories in Soul Calibur IV to give Algol a form of happy ending.

 

I also love her aesetic (I seem to be saying that a lot here). It’s not fanserviced to the max and her demonic origins are wonderfully subtle.

 

Her fighting style is a lot of fun to play as well. Although it’s borrowed from Nightmare, it doesn’t degrade the experience. (It’s worth noting that Nightmare is a lot of fun to play as well.)

 

I also love the fact that despite her demonic origins, she’s not an evil character as such. While not necessarily a force for good, she’s not evil.

 

3: Scheherazade: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Sch… Another entertaining guest character, Scheherazade’s story is more that of a woman telling stories to a younger generation. (Indeed, she was named after the fictional queen who created the original stories 1001 nights.) She’s a character who is neither human nor demon who loves Algol if her story is to be believed. Her story hints at a world largely unseen in the human centric world of Soul Calibur, which is really good to see.

 

I like her design as well. Again, we see her elvish-like pointed ears, showing her elven/fae heritage and her costume is very good indeed.

 

Her fighting style is borrowed from Amy and as such is extremely good fun to play.

 

2: Setsuka: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Set… I’m going to be honest here, this one was difficult to say the least. I had to choose between Setsuka, Taki soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Tak… Zasalamel soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Zas… and Seong Mi-na soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Seo… for this spot.

 

All three of these characters have a tendency towards being a little fanservice-y at times, but their costumes aren’t ridiculous by any stretch of the imagination. In Soul Calibur III, where I first met her, I actually liked her style. (Not so keen on her later incarnations, but that’s life.)

 

Her story is fairly average in itself. Nothing special as far as the lore goes. Soul Edge is of no interest to her, which does stand out.

 

Her play style is a lot of fun as well, but that is not the part that earned her a spot on this list.

 

No, what placed her on this list is this particular ending in Soul Calibur III. www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBQorv…

 

It shows her development as a character, learning from her own experiences. That’s not something we see a lot of in fighting games. And…I have to admit that I like the idea of her taking on a protégé of her own just as her master once did for her.

 

I will admit that there are other characters on this list who I like more, but as I said at the start, this is in no particular order.

 

1: Talim: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Tal… Talim is hands down my favourite character in the series bar none.

 

As a young priestess, she has a pure heart that is virtually unseen throughout the rest of the cast. She’s kind-hearted and gentle and she seeks to ultimately purify the cursed sword Soul Edge and later Soul Calibur. She is one of the characters who actually helps others both following her story and even in the main canon.

 

Her outfits are for the most part, fairly conservative, especially in Soul Calibur III. Unlike many of the female characters in the series, she lacks the over exaggerated bust that many of them have. Admittedly this is most likely due to her young age (She’s the youngest member of the cast, a mere 15 years old) but it makes for a refreshing change.

 

She also happens to be a LOT of fun to play. Light on her feet, using her involves dancing around her opponents and avoiding hits.

 

But I think that it’s her ending in Soul Calibur IV that secures her a place in this position. www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7A5xT…

 

She actually gave Algol back his son and it is that which touches me the most. Even Algol himself does not get an ending that happy. Whether she actually restores his son or merely gives him that peace as he dies is irrelevant. She gave him his son, a son Algol had been forced to kill.


 






With the imminent arrival of Soul Calibur VI arriving on consoles and PC later this year, (Trailer here for those who are interested www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1sdAm…) I thought that I should put up a few journals on the series. And as I was reading a set of journals on animated characters someone hates, I took a hint and started there. So in no particular order, here are the top ten playable Soul Calibur characters that I hate.

10: Ivy Valentine. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Ivy. A controversial start, but since this journal will have hardly any readers, what am I worried about?

Ivy, in my opinion, embodies all the negative female character tropes we see in video games. Yes, I know that she's an older character and I'll cut her some slack, but her costume...urgh. She looks to me like a BDSM mistress rather than something you might actually wear. (Seriously, she lives in England. Where it can get pretty cold in winter. And wet.) I also find her whip sword uncomfortable to use and fight with and against. Oh and does she really need to look like she's carrying a small house on her chest?

9: Rock. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Roc…. The most appropriately named character in the series, Rock is about as interesting as his name suggests. No, scratch that. An actual rock is more interesting.

This guy feels like a walking cliché. His motives are uninteresting, his character arc dull and his design...

Less said about his design the better is all I can say.

8: Olcadan. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Olc…. This character is a bit of a disappointment to me. He has an interesting design. But his story...while not the worst, does annoy me.

He's the epitome of overpowered in terms of fiction. Whereas other characters have suffered defeat and gotten stronger or had to deal with all sorts of hardships, he's...just there to fight.

Then there's his fighting style. Namely he hasn't got one. He just copies everybody else. Welcome to the fighting style lottery and hope you get one you like. Good riddance to him is all I can say.

7: Hilde. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Hil…. As the first character from the next generation, Hilde has a lot resting on her shoulders. She has to be interesting, worth playing and nicely balanced.

She isn't.

Her design is actually fairly decent. Very conservative, but that's not really an issue and makes a nice change from the hypersexual designs we see in games. Her backstory, while not the most original, is certainly acceptable.

No, the main reason she ends up on this list is her fighting style.

She has a lance and short sword, but it's very difficult to know which one she's going to use half the time. This makes using her an unpleasant experience. To be honest, I would have preferred just a short sword or a halberd or...well any single, reliable weapon really.

6: Yoshimitsu.  soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Yos…. Another fan favourite I can't stand.

I think I hated him from the moment I first met him in Soul Calibur III, playing as Tira. His pop-pop-pop all over the place really managed to annoy me. And his voice...it's like nails on a chalkboard. Just...stop talking. Please?

His fighting style is not too original either. It feels like (at least to me) like a cheap knockoff of Mitsurugi. Yeah, I get that he fights with his flag as well, but that doesn't really feel enough.

5: Abyss. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Aby…. An annoying, overpowered version of Zasalamel.

This guy annoys me because of the ridiculous number of cheap moves he uses during the final boss battles in Soul Calibur III more than anything else.

His story and character are also pretty bad, even by Soul Calibur standards. Whereas Zasalamel is interesting and cynical. An immortal who is tired of living, Abyss only really exists as a final boss.  

It's a shame really. His design suggests that he could have been so much more. Instead we get...well this instead.

4: Elysium. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Ely…. The living embodiment of Soul Calibur, it does feel at odd with what we've seen so far, but okay...

This one is another annoyingly difficult boss. But that's not really my issue with her as such.

No, it's her costume.

Seriously Namco, her appearance is based off of that of Patroklos's mother and of his choosing. Who wants to see their mother half naked like that? Is there a serious case of incest going on here with the protagonist of the worst Soul Calibur game I've ever played?

Her flip-flop fighting style is annoying of course. A lottery that you hope to win. But like I said, that's not her biggest issue.

3: Shura.  soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Shu….

I have, you may have noticed, an issue with bland characters like this.

Shura is just so bland that I really can't bring myself to care. She's a killer, who just seeks people to kill for fun. They must challenge her of course. She's not just a random murderer. And then we have her costume design.

I really don't like the way she looks. It feels just horrible to look at. And unlike other characters, you can't change her costume into something nicer in the character customisation.

Which is a shame. I like her fighting style and I would love to see her redesigned into someone more interesting, but as she is...no.

2: Yoda. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Yod… /Darth Vader soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Dar… / The Apprentice soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/App…

I put these characters in as joint second because although I love them in the films (barring The Apprentice. But that's a story for a different time.) for one simple reason.

They simply don't fit into the Soul Calibur universe. At all.

Seriously, these guys come from an interstellar civilisation capable of building freaking Death Stars, wielding laser swords that cut through ANYTHING wielded by anyone else in the series. And they come to this little ball of dirt called Earth where they haven't even achieved powered flight yet. Can someone PLEASE explain how this even works?

Other guest characters fit in. Not perfectly, but their weapons and technology is roughly on a par with the Soul Calibur universe.

1: Patroklos. soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Pat…

I hate this guy.

I REALLY hate this guy.

I hate this guy more than I hate any other character in the series.

As the central protagonist to a game, you might expect someone with a bit more depth than the rest of the cast. You would be wrong.

This guy is a grating, annoying whiner who bangs on about how nobody controls him and yet spends the majority of the game as a puppet to others. He whines and pouts like a petulant teenager and he kills people for looking suspicious.

His story arc could have had so much potential. He's out looking for his missing and kidnapped twin sister, or so he says. Frankly I have my doubts. He could have had an interesting journey, travelling the world etc. Instead...we end up with something so bad that it could pass amongst the worse examples of fanfiction. At no point does he ever learn from his mistakes or grow as a character either. He never expresses regrets for those he casually murders or realises how short sighted he's been.

To make it worse, he dragged down characters with far more interesting backgrounds and potential like Z.W.E.I  soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Z.W…. and Viola
soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Vio… to name but two. (Actually, I think EVERY OTHER CHARACTER was better. Even the Naruto/Taki rip off Natsu soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Nat… is better.)

If somebody dropped this guy off a cliff, I'd probably cheer. Good riddance to you Patroklos. May you rot in video game hell.

Fortunately Soul Calibur VI seems to want to forget Soul Calibur V and to that I can heartily cheer.

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As a counterpoint to my previous journal on the subject of Soul Calibur characters The top ten Soul Characters I hate.With the imminent arrival of Soul Calibur VI arriving on consoles and PC later this year, (Trailer here for those who are interested https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1sdAmSq4vs) I thought that I should put up a few journals on the series. And as I was reading a set of journals on animated characters someone hates, I took a hint and started there. So in no particular order, here are the top ten playable Soul Calibur characters that I hate.
10: Ivy Valentine. http://soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Ivy. A controversial start, but since this journal will have hardly any readers, what am I worried about?
Ivy, in my opinion, embodies all the negative female character tropes we see in video games. Yes, I know that she's an older character and I'll cut her some slack, but her costume...urgh. She looks to me like a BDSM mistress rather than something you might actually wear. (Serio
 , I thought that it would be a good idea to cover the top ten playable Soul Calibur characters that I love. Here's my list in no particular order below.
 

10: Lizardman/Aeon Calcos: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Aeo… Long time fans of the series may be surprised that this guy makes the list. As far as fighters go, he's pretty weak and some people have accused him of being a generic bad guy. However, when I first entered the series with Soul Calibur III, he was unlike any other playable character I had ever seen. As a result, I was immediately drawn to him. And although he's one of the weakest fighters in the game, I've always found him extremely fun to play. I like his fighting style (The ax and shield combination is pretty unique) and I like his background story as well. 

Also, as a walking lizard, he doesn't have the cheesy catchphrases of the other playable characters.

9: Tira:
soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Tir… A fan favourite, Tira is one of the most messed up individuals in the Soul Calibur universe. As crazy as they come, Tira's split personality and her tragic background are really interesting to say the least and add an unexpected layer to her fighting style. Then there's her weapon. While other fighters use more traditional martial arts weapons such as swords, staffs or nunchucks, Tira's massive ringblade is both unique and tremendously fun to play.

She's also one of the few evil characters who's only goal is to serve the evil blade Soul Edge. She doesn't want it for power or to survive or protect. No, she's an outright fanatic with a fervour that borders religious and that's fascinating to see.

If I have one complaint, it's that her outfits are a bit on the fan-servicey side. However, unlike Ivy, her costume fits with her distinctly crazy mindset.

8: Voldo:
soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Vol… Another fan favourite, Voldo has a fascinating fighting style appearance and backstory. His weird mixture of acrobatics and what appear to be dance moves makes for a surprisingly effective combination that is a lot of fun to play that can give any opponent pause for thought.

 

The only drawback is that his costume appears to be a weird sort of BDSM gay fanservice. It’s not as annoying as it is with Ivy and fits with his particular brand of crazy, so I let it pass.

 

7: Viola: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Vio… . One of my joint favourites for Soul Calibur V, I really hate the fact that her character is dragged down by the mess that is Soul Calibur Vs story.

 

Everything about this character is amazing. She has a story that begs to be further explored (seriously, why did nobody at Namco realise her potential I don’t know), an outfit and aesetic that I really like and a fighting style that is both fun and unique. And while I doubt we’ll see her return for Soul Calibur VI, I would like to see her return at a later point in the franchise.

 

I must admit, I’m intrigued by her link to another fan favourite character Amy. (Who appears later on this list.) Are they sisters? The same person? I would welcome the chance to find out.

 

6: Amy:  soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Amy Amy is another great character in my opinion. Unlike Patroklos, her connection to series staple Raphael is far better developed. Indeed, Raphael’s entire story arc is built around her and her story around his in turn.

 

Like Raphael, her character is a lot of fun to play and as with Viola, I love her aesetic as well, producing a kind of loli-goth style that really works.

 

But what really secures her spot on this list is the ending for her story in Soul Calibur IV. www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFPimU… It made me chuckle and it manages to break the fourth wall so spectacularly that it deserves a spot on this list.

 

5: Z.W.E.I: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Z.W…. Another victim of Soul Calibur Vs lacklustre story, this wandering mercenary/werewolf (I must admit that I’m not entirely sure what he is) gave Patroklos a thorough beating when they first met which is a great reason to start liking this guy. As with Viola, I really liked his background story better than that of the main cast.

 

From an aesetic point of view, his design and motif are pretty good, but I think that it’s his fighting style that I really like, with his wolf companion E.I.N. Used properly, Z.W.E.I is a potent and capable fighter worth playing and tremendous fun to do so.

 

Ultimately his fate remains sadly unknown. Stabbed by the new Nightmare and dropped into the Abyss, it is unlikely that he survived. However, I would love for Namco to retcon him back into the lore. Maybe we could just retcon Soul Calibur V out of existence perhaps?

 

4: Kamikirimusi: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Kam… A bonus character from Soul Calibur IV, this character has an interesting story and is one of the few stories in Soul Calibur IV to give Algol a form of happy ending.

 

I also love her aesetic (I seem to be saying that a lot here). It’s not fanserviced to the max and her demonic origins are wonderfully subtle.

 

Her fighting style is a lot of fun to play as well. Although it’s borrowed from Nightmare, it doesn’t degrade the experience. (It’s worth noting that Nightmare is a lot of fun to play as well.)

 

I also love the fact that despite her demonic origins, she’s not an evil character as such. While not necessarily a force for good, she’s not evil.

 

3: Scheherazade: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Sch… Another entertaining guest character, Scheherazade’s story is more that of a woman telling stories to a younger generation. (Indeed, she was named after the fictional queen who created the original stories 1001 nights.) She’s a character who is neither human nor demon who loves Algol if her story is to be believed. Her story hints at a world largely unseen in the human centric world of Soul Calibur, which is really good to see.

 

I like her design as well. Again, we see her elvish-like pointed ears, showing her elven/fae heritage and her costume is very good indeed.

 

Her fighting style is borrowed from Amy and as such is extremely good fun to play.

 

2: Setsuka: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Set… I’m going to be honest here, this one was difficult to say the least. I had to choose between Setsuka, Taki soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Tak… Zasalamel soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Zas… and Seong Mi-na soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Seo… for this spot.

 

All three of these characters have a tendency towards being a little fanservice-y at times, but their costumes aren’t ridiculous by any stretch of the imagination. In Soul Calibur III, where I first met her, I actually liked her style. (Not so keen on her later incarnations, but that’s life.)

 

Her story is fairly average in itself. Nothing special as far as the lore goes. Soul Edge is of no interest to her, which does stand out.

 

Her play style is a lot of fun as well, but that is not the part that earned her a spot on this list.

 

No, what placed her on this list is this particular ending in Soul Calibur III. www.youtube.com/watch?v=uBQorv…

 

It shows her development as a character, learning from her own experiences. That’s not something we see a lot of in fighting games. And…I have to admit that I like the idea of her taking on a protégé of her own just as her master once did for her.

 

I will admit that there are other characters on this list who I like more, but as I said at the start, this is in no particular order.

 

1: Talim: soulcalibur.wikia.com/wiki/Tal… Talim is hands down my favourite character in the series bar none.

 

As a young priestess, she has a pure heart that is virtually unseen throughout the rest of the cast. She’s kind-hearted and gentle and she seeks to ultimately purify the cursed sword Soul Edge and later Soul Calibur. She is one of the characters who actually helps others both following her story and even in the main canon.

 

Her outfits are for the most part, fairly conservative, especially in Soul Calibur III. Unlike many of the female characters in the series, she lacks the over exaggerated bust that many of them have. Admittedly this is most likely due to her young age (She’s the youngest member of the cast, a mere 15 years old) but it makes for a refreshing change.

 

She also happens to be a LOT of fun to play. Light on her feet, using her involves dancing around her opponents and avoiding hits.

 

But I think that it’s her ending in Soul Calibur IV that secures her a place in this position. www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7A5xT…

 

She actually gave Algol back his son and it is that which touches me the most. Even Algol himself does not get an ending that happy. Whether she actually restores his son or merely gives him that peace as he dies is irrelevant. She gave him his son, a son Algol had been forced to kill.


 






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thanks for the watch and favs =3
I hope you like my stuffies :3
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