Iori has an antisocial personality like K’, but he cares far less about doing the right thing, so he doesn’t have any real friends and is much more violent, with heavy use of the word “die” (in Japanese) as he cuts and burns competitors up in brutal ways using the purple flames given to him by his own sacred treasure, the Yasakani Magatama. It’s kind of easy to tell he’s not a straight-up good guy by his slinky movements, drooping clothes and hair, and the belt between his pant ankles and on his neck, possibly symbolizing bondage or restraint. Or just looking cool.
|I'm reminded of how Sakura kicks her shoe off when she kicks and the shoe hits her head.|
If you thought there were a ton of heroes, you may be surprised at the number of villains to oppose them. In the interest of keeping this post under the length of a Harry Potter novel, I will go over some of the villains as groups instead of individually.
|Back then we didn't strap our pant legs together.|
|It's no moon.|
The Other Guys
|Can't argue with the results.|
|He counts, right?|