Anime with an overpowered main character is what everyone likes to watch but what if the hero is overpowered but decides to hide his power this kind of topic makes us more curious to watch the anime.
In this article we are going to take a look at the top 10 anime where the overpowered main character Hides His True Identity. and it's really tough to hide something at school while everyone is paying attention to you.
Demon King Daimo ( Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou )
This anime is set in an exclusive magic school where aspiring magicians learn to manage their mana. When a transfer student named akuto sai comes, new pupils must undergo an analysis by an artificial spirit that accurately predicts future careers. Despite the artificial spirit's prediction that akuto will become the next demon king, akuto must spend his school years with the burden of becoming the ultimate evil as his true powers awaken, causing one misunderstanding after another.
I actually found the original setting to be very intriguing my impression After the first two episodes, it didn't even need to be edgy, and the setting itself had the fantasy opportunity for interesting story development and possible obstacles built in, it even had a super cool background where akuto's self-introduction sounded like the real demon king who appeared 100 years ago, I was really enjoying it, though there was one problem: everything felt too rushed, and the ending's logic was a little disappointing, but over all, I was really enjoying it.
This anime begins with Sakura Koji, a little girl who witnesses what looks to be a guy slaughtering people with blue fire. The next day, after failing to find any evidence that what she saw was real, she learns that her school has a new transfer student, and surprise, surprise, it's the boy she saw wielding the blue fire. He has the ability to burn people with his flame and kills them without hesitation, and he does it as if he's lighting a cigarette, but he's still a very cool and likable character.
He gives the impression that there is a reason for all of his cruel ways of killing, and he does so without being depicted as an emo or a drama queen; instead, he maintains his cool attitude regardless of the circumstances. The boy named Ugami Ray is a code breaker, and the necessity of concealing blue firepowers while attending school is definitely an achievement that has earned the anime a spot on this list.
The Aesthetica Of a Rogue Hero ( Hagure Yuusha no Aesthetica )
Have you ever wondered what happens when the hero sways the enemy and saves the day? If so, then aesthetica of a rogue hero is the book for you. The story begins with our conceited overpowered protagonist akatsuki leaving a foreign land to which he was summoned to defeat an evil dark lord. Instead of taking home a trinket as a souvenir for his efforts, he decides to go a step further and kidnap the vanValrave The Liberator ( Kakumeiki Valvrave )
He and Mew are forced to attend Babel, a school focused on extracting and enhancing the skills akatuki and others learn while in the foreign land, and it has a massive amount of fan service that may not suit some people. From just the first episode, we already see akatsuki taking the bras of several maids and a lot of shots of Mu's body and chest, and I have a feeling it'll only get worse. I'm only concerned because this story could be.
Valrave The Liberator ( Kakumeiki Valvrave )
Starting off, our ultra-heroic and super manly protagonist tries to confess his love to his sundari crush, which is definitely not a cliche. Then, out of nowhere, his school is attacked by space nazis, and he witnesses his beloved cinder crush being killed by space nazis. After that, he pilots a robot, gives up his humanity, and becomes a vampire. This anime is rather unique. It's the type of unusual that could turn people off simply because it doesn't follow the usual tropes of the sci-fi or mecha genres, but it does step outside the box, whether that's a good thing or not depends on the individual.
But it's what drew me in to the show, especially since you wouldn't expect mecca and vampires to coexist. One of the nice aspects of the story is the plot twists, so you never know what to expect from the particular plotline. The art is also well done, especially in the mecca and fight sequences. So go ahead and give this one a try, you might end up liking it for its strangeness.
Blue Exorcist ( Ao no Exorcist )
The story follows Rin Okumura, who wants to defeat Satan because he killed his foster father, despite the fact that he is the son of Satan himself. He enrolls at the exorcist school with his brother, where he meets like-minded allies who will inevitably befriend and aid him in his quest to defeat Satan, but there are school-filled days of ring training and learning what it takes to become an exorcist, as well as some seemingly filler moments.
A few other things that expand the world of the series such as familiar exorcist ranks and different abilities among the other exorcists all in all I don't know exorcist does a decent job the show itself takes a darker and stranger turn which was to me expected in a way yet also unexpected I don't know quite how to explain it but I can't find what it is that I liked about the show but I did enjoy it very much as it was on screen other.
The Fruit of Grisaia
This is the narrative of a small group of troubled teens. Sad problems are usually caused by psychological trauma or a darker past, and as a result, the person is unable to fit into society. Introducing Miyahama Academy, a specially funded high school dedicated solely to educating students who are unable to attend any normal schools any longer, and as a result, they're all a bunch of crazy people. Let's watch the overpowered main character Yuji as he tries to live a normal life.
However, when there are only five other female students, this is quite difficult. He gets to know all of them to the point where he helps bring them out of their traumatized states and basically saves them from themselves, which makes things even more difficult when he has his own burden to deal with. In a sense, this anime is a masterpiece hidden among popular titles. It's a breath of fresh air from all of the typical anime out there. I can honestly say that I love this anime.
Full Metal Panic
You know how difficult it is to keep a secret at school, but it's even more difficult when you're an overpowered main character who isn't even a student there. This is similar to the situation that Sosuke Sagura finds himself in when he goes undercover as a student to protect a girl named Kaname Chitori who has an amazing ability to create powerful machinery and devices. The reason he is protecting her is to ensure that she doesn't fall into enemy.
Because Tuskegee didn't have a typical upbringing and was instead raised in the more hostile environment of a battlefield, this mission is made all the more difficult. A school anime story filled with action and comedy where our overpowered main character tries to hide his power and uses it when necessary is very entertaining. This is a fantastic anime with enough of action moments to keep you on the edge of your seat.
The Disastrous Life Of Saiki K ( Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan )
In a normal world, the protagonist, Psyche, is a young boy who was born with psychic abilities. He can read minds, teleport from one location to another, and restore things, including people, to their previous state in the past. These are just a few examples of what he can do. Psyche is so powerful that if he wanted to, he could single-handedly take control of the earth in a matter of days. Is that his intention?
No, if just wants you enjoy comedy anime, you should definitely watch this one; if you don't, I still strongly advise you to give it a try because it is likely to surprise you.
School Rumble has no real plot; it just skips around the completely unrealistic comedy life of high school kids and a tough delinquent, harima, who is madly in love with tenma, a clueless and innocent girl who looks and acts like a complete idiot, and then there's a whole bunch of side characters who are all mixed up in this love octagon or maybe even bigger relationship.
Because it's hilariously ridiculous how I want my school days were like what happened in the show despite the fact that it was a terrific fun watch
Welcome To Demon School Iruma-Kun ( Mairimashita! Iruma-kun )
The story is definitely unique, at least to me. A high school student named Iruma is sold to a demon by his parents, but instead of eating him like normal demons would, the demon decides to adopt him as his grandson and send him to demon school as an honor student. The only problem is that not every union is as nice as his grandfather, so he must keep his human status a secret or risk being eaten.
This provides for a lot of humorous scenes as he tries to keep his secret hidden while attempting to have fun at his new school. This anime is a must-see for virtually everyone if you enjoy comedy mixed with demons and magic.