Who is the most unlikable fictional protagonist ever? by QuestionGuy February 5, 2022, 5:46 am Who is the most unlikable fictional protagonist ever? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMefictionalprotagonistQuestion and Answerunlikable See more Previous article Behold The Infinity Gauntlet-Inator! Next article My twin brother and I sucked eachother off many times through most of our adolescent years. I honestly miss it. 37 Comments Leave a Reply Elizabeth Keen in The Blacklist Log in to Reply Maybe not THE protagonist, but one of them. Sasuke. Until the end he ain’t worth it. Log in to Reply Boruto Log in to Reply Even though he’s the protagonist, Greg Heffley is such a fucking shithead. I liked him as a kid, but now that I’m older I can see how much of a douche he is and it’s a wonder the he even has friends Log in to Reply Caillou, or should I even call him a protagonist. Log in to Reply Nikki Maxwell from Dork Diaries Log in to Reply The sisters from the newest wolfenstein game. Fuck those two 🙁 Log in to Reply Ross Log in to Reply Holden Caufield. Just the biggest douche in the world. Completely disdainful of everything, puts the people around him in stress. Fortunately, the author knew what he was doing. Unfortunately, some readers dont. Log in to Reply Bella Swan from Twilight. Log in to Reply Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights Log in to Reply The kid from Black Clover Log in to Reply Carrie Bradshaw Log in to Reply For some reason I read this as “the most unkillable fictional protagonist,” and I tell ya, the comments were a confusing read Log in to Reply Grandpa Joe Log in to Reply Oh, definitely Scarlett O’Hara. I grew up in Atlanta and GWTW was a major this-is-what-our-town-is-known-for thing (think Seattle and Starbucks). But, like most locals, I never did the touristy things in my own hometown. One day, in my early 20’s, I bought a beautifully bound copy at a garage sale. I read it over a 3 day weekend, and was taken aback. I thought she was going to be this amazing heroine of the Civil War, only to find out she was just a narcissist set in the backdrop of a major era of US history. The book is extremely well-written (and I have reread it several times), but she is an absolute b****. Log in to Reply Nick Birch from Big Mouth. He started off ok,but over the past 5 seasons he’s just become such a whiny little bitch who treats his friends like shit. Imo Missy should be the main protagonist, she’s had the greatest development. Log in to Reply Honestly, I can’t believe I got through the whole series of “How I Met Your Mother” with how awful Ted Mosby is… Log in to Reply Henry Higgins, I have never seen someone less deserving of being anyone’s “love interest” if you could even call him that. The way he treats Eliza throughout the whole movie is absolutely disgusting and dehumanizing. Don’t even get me started on the end… she actually goes back to that shithead and his first words “where the devil are my slippers” pisses me off so much! F that prick for real. Log in to Reply Holden Caufield Log in to Reply Holden Caulfield. I absolutely hate that kid and cringe every time I read / hear the word phony. Log in to Reply Kirito from SAO. Log in to Reply Grandpa Joe Log in to Reply Piper Chapman. (I know she based on the real Piper but the show Piper is fictionalized.) Log in to Reply Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov Log in to Reply My personal opinion is Harry Potter. Love the story and the universe, but he as character leaves a lot to be desired. Log in to Reply Either Walter White or BoJack Horseman Log in to Reply Scarlett O’Hara. Frankly my dear, nobody gives a damn. Log in to Reply Zack Morris Log in to Reply Felicity Smoak Log in to Reply Cersei Lannister in A Feast For Crows and A Dance With Dragons I dread her chapters so much. Log in to Reply House Log in to Reply The protagonist from „The circle“. Man that book was shitty Log in to Reply Holden Caulfield is the correct answer Log in to Reply Peggy hill Log in to Reply Definitely debatable but I struggled to like Eren Jaeger Log in to Reply Jesus. That know-it-all showed up everyone around him all the time. We need more relatable heroes in fiction Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.