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Ranma Saotome ist ein 16 Jahre alter junger Mann aus Japan, der einen starken Hang zum Kampfsport. Ranma Saotome (早乙女 乱馬, Saotome Ranma, als Mädchen in Hiragana らんま). Als Ranma mit seinem Vater Genma in. Ranma Saotome (早乙女乱馬, Saotome Ranma?) es el protagonista principal en la serie de anime y manga Ranma ½, creada por Rumiko Takahashi. Ranma SAOTOME ist ein Charakter aus dem Anime»Ranma 1/2 Nettou Hen«und aus dem Manga»Ranma 1/2«. Beschreibung: Ranma Saotome ist der. Ranma Saotome (早乙女乱馬 Saotome Ranma) is the main protagonist and title character of Ranma ½. Ranma can mean "chaotic" or "reckless horse" or "a. Bandai Tamashii Nations BTN - Ranma 1/2 S.H. Figuarts Saotome - Girl Version Actionfigur, 13 cm. 4,7 von 5 Sternen Ranma 1/2 S.H. Figuarts Action Figure Ranma Saotome (Male) 14 cm Bandai Tamashii: bararc.eu: Spielzeug.
Ranma SAOTOME ist ein Charakter aus dem Anime»Ranma 1/2 Nettou Hen«und aus dem Manga»Ranma 1/2«. Beschreibung: Ranma Saotome ist der. Bandai Tamashii Nations BTN - Ranma 1/2 S.H. Figuarts Saotome - Girl Version Actionfigur, 13 cm. 4,7 von 5 Sternen Ranma 1/2 S.H. Figuarts Action Figure Ranma Saotome (Male) 14 cm Bandai Tamashii: bararc.eu: Spielzeug. Ranma 1/2: Soun Tendo staunt nicht schlecht, als ein Panda mit einem Mädchen in Arm, in seinem Haus steht. Eigentlich hat Soun Tendo Genma mit seinem.
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A menudo se salta la escuela, incumple las normas cuando asiste y evita situaciones que no involucran artes marciales o sus intereses personales.
Ranma pisando la cabeza de Kuno. Por lo general, considera que Kuno, Shampoo y Kodachi son plagas molestas.
Sin embargo, esto no le ha impedido usar su identidad de chica para su beneficio. Ha usado su forma femenina para ocultar su verdadera identidad de otros, sobre todo Ryoga y su madre, Nodoka.
Ellos pelean constantemente, pero recurrentemente en una manera no muy seria, casi amigable. Aunque Ranma no corresponde sus sentimientos, eso no le impide usarlos para obtener lo que quiere.
Ranma no corresponde a los sentimientos de ninguna otra chica que no sea Akane. Es posesivo y celoso cuando alguien pretende o coquetea con Akane, o si un hombre la toca comprometedoramente, y es muy vengativo y se enoja cuando alguien la lastima, asimismo es muy sobreprotector con ella.
Tales momentos generalmente han sido interrumpidos por los miembros de la familia u otras situaciones, dejando al par avergonzados.
Un temor constante a los gatos Ailurofobia ya que cuando se expone a uno o se ve rodeado por muchos gatos, comienza a temblar incontrolablemente y queda finalmente paralizado por el terror, normalmente tras gritar desesperadamente para que alejen el gato de su vista.
Ranma no recuerda nada cuando sale de ese estado, lo cual le puede causar problemas mayores si su conducta fue inaceptable de acuerdo a los humanos.
Si se deja crecer el pelo demasiado tiempo, el afectado termina calvo. La otra rama, la Escuela Tendo, es practicada por Soun y Akane.
Ranma es visto como el principal heredero de la escuela. So long as he is not being directly threatened, Ranma is content to simply climb trees, chew catnip, scratch on bark, lounge in the sun and generally act like any cat would.
He can easily be outthought, having only the mental capability of an animal. So long as the opponent can keep their calm and appear unthreatening, he can be swiftly mollified.
Most notably, when he first enters the Nekoken, Kuno immediately realised how to avoid being attacked by Ranma and sent him running off by throwing a stick and shouting "fetch!
These have included an old woman who lived in his neighborhood as a child, as well as Akane, much to her embarrassment.
Dousing him with water can also work. Ranma remembers almost nothing of what goes on while he is in Nekoken mode, which can cause great problems if his behavior was unacceptable by human standards.
A less obvious, but possibly greater fear that Ranma has is that of defeat. If he suffers a loss that he knows he cannot do anything about, he becomes despondent.
Extremely proud of his abilities, he feels humiliated by even one setback. When this happens, he becomes obsessed with avenging his defeat in another battle.
He fears only the possibility that he might not be able to do so, even with sufficient training, under these circumstances. But that has not yet prevented him from trying.
Ranma leads one of the most bizarre love lives in anime and manga thanks to his father's foolishness and some bad luck. Their relationship gets off to a rocky start thanks to Ranma's curse, Akane's short temper, and his smart mouth, but they do end up caring for each other quite deeply; though they rarely acknowledge it openly.
They constantly bicker, but recurrently in a non-serious, almost comradely, manner. They are almost always willing to help each other out of tight spots, and will risk their life in an instant to ensure the other's safety.
When they first met, Ranma was a girl and seemed to feel a shy friendship with her. When Akane thought he was a pervert after she first encountered his male form as a naked stranger awaiting her in the Tendo bath, he retaliated through insults.
He did, however, retain a fondness for her, as shown in several awkward moments. Even though they often argue with each other, he has never caused Akane any actual physical harm, and has sometimes taken damage in one case severe damage for her.
During the two times they've seriously fought super-soba and living battle-dougi he mostly limited himself to attempts to either restrain or talk her down, though he didn't seem so concerned during their initial dougi-battles.
Ranma did however beat Shampoo twice in a fight, defeated Ukyo in a fight before he found out she was a girl , and beat Kodachi in martial arts rhythmic gymnastics.
He temporarily drove her off by using his curse to confuse her, but she soon returned, now cursed to turn into a cat with cold water, making her aware of his situation as a male cursed to become female.
Shampoo has stated variations on "obstacle is for killing" as a personal philosophy, and made occasional failed attempts to kill Akane, Ukyo and even Nabiki or Hinako, to prevent them from getting close to Ranma, whom she considers to be her husband.
When angered at him, she has been known to take advantage of Ranma's fear of cats and torment him with her cursed form. However, while he has stated outright that he views her as a pest, and has occasionally shown outrage at her cruel or completely ruthless moments, Ranma usually treats her in a comradely manner.
He did not know about the arrangement Genma had made with her father and believed Ukyo was male at first. She initially wanted revenge, thanks to Genma's abandoning her and stealing her dowry, leading her to be considered a social pariah, and believing Ranma was an accessory.
During the subsequent fight, Ranma finally learned she was a girl by accidentally grabbing her breasts, then pouring hot water on her to confirm she did not have a Jusenkyo curse.
Ukyo was still upset, and he offered to let her beat him up in restitution, but turned extremely unwilling when she took the offer.
Ranma told Ukyo that she was cute, to give her faith in her feminity, and let go of the grudge, turning her heavily embarrassed.
She has since treated their engagement very seriously and often has romantic visions of their future together.
She helped him recover his strength from Happosai's moxibustion, but was willing to marry him even if he remained weak for life.
She also offered her restaurant as collateral to help him win against the Gambling King and was willing to give up her work and greatest passion to be a proper wife for Ranma.
There are others who have tried to win Ranma over - both male and female, depending on the form he was in at the time. Although he does not return their affections, he's not above using them to get what he wants either.
Two of his more determined suitors are Tatewaki Kuno and his sister, Kodachi. The anime introduces other suitors as well, though they are mostly for laughs and not meant to be taken very seriously.
By the end of the manga, he has admitted to himself that he loves her, even if it was left unclear if he mustered the courage to admit it out loud.
Despite this, Ranma will often go to great lengths to avoid making any decision on the matter at all.
The stated reason in the original manga version of the "Reversal Jewel" story being that he needs to feel attractive, and "win" any type of confrontation.
He here went out of his way to ensure that Shampoo didn't give him up and demanded an expression of love from Ukyo purely for ego gratification, being satisfied when she conceded.
The preceding story arc also introduced Ranma's mother and the "man among men" pledge, which, more speculatively, may have factored into it.
He has been shown as extremely enthusiastic to get rid of the curse in several instances, so further loose speculation could make a case that his 'masculine pride' is more easily wounded than it used to be.
However, Ranma was also unwilling to hurt Shampoo's feelings during the onsen race, or Ukyo's during the "secret sauce" arc, so his feelings on the subject seem torn between selfishness and consideration.
But beyond Shampoo's introduction story, and briefly during the aforementioned "secret sauce" story, he's never followed through with a serious effort to set either Shampoo or Ukyo loose, though it's unclear if he ever could in the former case.
He has, however, chided Mousse for his failures in winning Shampoo, to "make her stop pestering him", and he was happy for Ryoga and Ukyo when he misinterpreted their intentions to split him and Akane up in the "Tunnel of Lost Love," assuming them to be in a relationship.
He's also occasionally saved them both from danger, though not nearly as frequently as Akane. It seems that as long as the separation was amicable, he would not mind seeing Shampoo or Ukyo with other people.
Although in the case of Akane, any evidence that she has shown interest in another man, more specifically Ryoga or Shinnosuke, has either driven him to paranoia, depression or outrageous schemes.
Ranma can occasionally be somewhat romantic, but he has a difficult time expressing his feelings. He becomes nervous when confronted with romance, such as with Shampoo during the Reversal Jewel story, or in numerous moments with Akane.
Even in the beginning of the series he complimented her haircut, when they were alone on a bridge.
His softer side more prominently started to emerge in the latter half of the series. He accepted a hug after coming home alive from his confrontation with Herb.
Ranma was also relieved after accidentally proclaiming his true feelings during the battle dougi debacle and held her in his lap at the end.
He was embarrassed by advances from the far more sensual spirit-doll possessed Akane but hesitantly accepted them. Such moments have generally been interrrupted by spying, or othervise interfering, family members, turning the pair very embarrassed.
Although even near the end, during the "love leaf" Tanabata chapter, they remained extremely tense about taking the first step in expressing it, while attempting to tauntingly goad the other into confessing, but in the end they had a quickly interrupted romantic moment.
The end of the manga strongly suggests that Ranma and Akane will marry once they have sorted out their tangled personal affairs. Many people suggests that the wedding will never happen because of the other fiancees of Ranma, which will never accept defeat.
Although Ranma turns into an attractive woman, he has a very strong heterosexual male gender identity, such that even while female himself, he still feels uncomfortable in the presence of naked women.
His masculinity is so strong that he prefers to wear boxer shorts under his clothes even when he dons feminine garments such as dresses.
During the moxibustion story arc, however, he learned how to use the emotion dampening aspect of his Soul of Ice training to suppress his pride and posed for pictures in lingerie as part an effort to defeat Happosai, and later did the same to appease Nabiki when accidentally destroying her concert tickets.
Men who try to get grabby even accidentally , such as Kuno or Happosai — who especially disgusts him — generally get pummelled.
But since Ranma is a man, he has little feminine modesty. He sometimes removes his shirt in public, as he is generally unaware of the effect that the sight of his unclothed female body has on others.
The guys at school appreciate this side of Ranma as it offers them a free glimpse of his exposed chest, and they openly wish there were more girls like him.
His worst nightmare is being kissed by a man, and he even has two hideous dreams: one in which he was a girl and married Kuno, spawning several children and in the first season when he had a dream about Kuno asking him to marry him in both forms.
Ranma does however receive his first kiss, excluding Shampoo's kiss of death, while a female from Mikado Sanzenin of the Golden Pair of Martial Arts Skating, an occurrence that, by Ranma's own admission, made him truly angry for the first time.
Even sending him to the point of crying. A running gag through the series is that Ranma is sometimes accused of doing perverted things but rarely actually committed the accused act.
During P-Chan's Ryoga's cursed form first appearance, Ranma tried to threaten him to get out of Akane's room, but was maneuvered into falling on top of Akane's sleeping body.
In an attempt to find the Japanese 'Spring of drowned man' he also disguised himself to gain entrance to the girls' locker room while they were still changing clothes, and accidentally tipped Happosai's stash of stolen underwear over himself in front of his classmates.
Other examples include when Shampoo has turned up naked and hugged him in the Tendo bath, crept into his bed without his knowledge or when they both ended up in the Kuno bathtub.
Usually right before Akane sees him through the open doorway. Another double misunderstanding happened when Kodachi once doctored a photograph to show them kissing, and Ranma tried to get the negative from Tatewaki by offerring to bathe with him.
In reality, however, he's a bit prudish, though not close to Ryoga's level. The concept of kissing Akane, even as part of a school play, is enough to fluster him.
So was simply receiving a heartfelt hug from her because he survived the battle against Herb. His defences have occasionally been shaken, for example, when Kiima or a spirit doll assumed Akane's form and made sexual advances toward him, or when Akane hid with him in a closet, and he mistakenly believed that she wanted sex.
Also notable is when Nabiki assumed a cute face and declared her deep love for him actually just sadistic play-acting , and Shampoo's soothing and cuddling him during her first appearance.
But beyond these few exceptions, Ranma's reaction to such situations is generally one of fear and confusion, possibly because any admission of love on his part will force him into a wedding for which he is not yet emotionally prepared.
In the first case for love, in the second for legacy and fulfillment, and in the final two for petty pride, sadistic vengeance and conflicting interests.
But unlike his primary foes, none of them have apparently had motivation to keep their rivalry, alternately visit the Nerima area, after the conclusion of their conflict.
Trained from the time he was about two years old when their training trip began by his father in the ways of the Saotome style of Anything Goes Martial Arts, Ranma is a master of several styles of martial arts, utilizing a blend of Chinese and Japanese techniques.
The other branch, the Tendo School, is practiced by Soun and Akane. Ranma is seen as the school's primary heir. A practitioner of the Anything Goes Martial Arts is expected to be prepared to do almost anything to triumph, regardless of the challenges, humiliations, or cheating involved.
This versatile combat style can produce a warrior who is strong in virtually every aspect of battle, both mentally and physically, with limited weaknesses.
In most fights, neither form has a discernable advantange, as they both perform equally well. Ranma is, however, stronger with a longer reach in his male form, and possibly more agile as a female in either canon, with the anime stating that he gains an increase in speed in female form.
His training has made him a very balanced fighter, though he can still be surprised by opponents whom he has never fought before. His impressive physical abilities include incredible strength, and outstanding speed.
He also has superhuman endurance, enabling him to continue fighting even after he has taken many powerful blows or fallen from a great height.
As a gauge of the extent of his speed, he has been able to land blows in a few seconds, during a brief ice-skating skirmish with Mikado Sanzenin, even before undergoing Cologne's speed training.
Thus he is able to move at supersonic speeds, but generally only uses it in combat situations. This version even managed to stun Ranma for a few seconds when Ryoga was turned into a small child.
Ranma's strength seems to be portrayed somewhat inconsistently. Male Ranma proved unable to get out when stuck under an ton large iron bell, but wasn't significantly motivated.
Although comparatively weaker, Ranma seems to have superior conscious control of his abilities, and can more easily dial it back during basic social interactions, while Ryoga occasionally breaks anything he touches.
That said, he has stated outright that he generally honours his opponents' pride by fighting seriously, and refuses to give up both for himself and because he thinks a hollow victory would never be satisfying in a battle between honourable men.
Unless he cannot possibly win without extensive cheating, whether through trickery, severe distraction or sucker-punch combinations, like in battles against Happosai, Herb, Ryoga or Taro-monster he tends to fight fairly while expecting them to follow the same conduct.
Craftier opponents have sometimes used this assumption to their advantage against him. An example of this is when Cologne held back her true power, allowing Ranma to believe that he had the edge.
With this she was able to trick him into a deal: If he lost, he would marry Shampoo immediately.