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YMMV '"Every engineer dreams about saving the universe and having sex with aliens. This is much more glamorous than the real life of an engineer, which consists of hiding from the universe and having sex without the participation of other life forms. Consequently, ratings for Star Trek will remain high as long as they stay away from any realism. Sounds like a horrible Mary Sue story, right?

Except that you don't mind at all. Instead, you're seeing yourself in their shoes and enjoying it. After all, everyone likes to fantasize about being awesome once in a while. You can argue over whether or not they're a Mary Sue , but they're definitely an Escapist Character. While Mary Sue is generally defined as being a bad thing, some of the most widely loved characters in existence are Escapist Characters with any number of Common Mary Sue Traits.

While a badly written Escapist Character can come off as a Mary Sue , the key difference between the two is that while a Mary Sue is the author's wish fulfillment fantasy, the Escapist Character also functions as the audience's wish fulfillment fantasy. Some members of the audience may identify with a character and others may not identify with the same character. Whilst many audience member's Wish Fulfillment fantasies have common elements, they are not all identical.

Thus, the distinction between this and Mary Sue is very much a subjective matter. Please remember that conceptually, neither Wish Fulfillment nor Escapism are bad. Compare the Showy Invincible Hero. This trope has nothing to do with the Escapist film or website. Gene Starwind is almost certifiably the epitome of this trope: Hot, muscular guy with lots of Shirtless Scenes? Lecherous pervert who still scores booty all the time with various incredibly hot women?

Spends cash like popcorn yet never runs out because some bounty is always available for collection? Has a highly sought after Cool Spaceship? Commands a Badass Crew that is mostly female, follows his insane orders without much questioning and adores him? Has a Magical Girlfriend that loves him dearly and heals all his injuries via Intimate Healing? Always leaves the bad guys screaming in frustration?

Can act as an obnoxious, irresponsible Manchild all the time and get away with it without breaking a sweat? Yes, you totally want to be him. Usagi might be one of these. She starts out as an ordinary school girl, then quickly gains magical powers, a small platoon of new friends, a destined love from a previous life, and finds out that she's a princess who's going to rule the world sometime in the distant future. Though considering Usagi's personality , that last one might not be so great after all.

Seeing as how Usagi ends up watching all of her friends die right before her eyes, and then deciding to sacrifice her own life to save the world in the finale of the first season alone, it's probably safe to say her life isn't all that glamorous. Tuxedo Mask may count as an example for the guys. He is a handsome, young man who throws roses at monsters of the week and gets to fight alongside multiple women, plus being crushed on and eventually getting to die in Usagi's arms via Heroic Sacrifice.

Given how popular Sailor Moon remains and the number of fandom-created senshi , it's safe to say the characters are all escapist to some degree. No matter what happens, the senshi are loyal to each other and pull through without long-lasting psychological damage. Going from an awkward adolescent to a badass fighter in an improbable outfit is a considerable upgrade for most people. The titular character is highly intelligent , exceedingly athletic , very attractive , omni-talented , and has a club of people who follow her beck and call, not to mention an entire secret organization of espers that exists to keep her happy.

Deconstructed in that she's not the viewpoint character, and the story gives focus on how her Jerk Ass antics make the lives of the Audience Surrogate Kyon, as well as the others, a pain. She instead becomes a Parody Sue , and she's also the closest thing that the early novels and the anime have to an antagonist One could argue that Kyon, already being the viewpoint character and Audience Surrogate , is the escapist character of the series.

He's implied to be very smart though he never claims it , constantly comes up with witty comments , and is surrounded by three good-looking as acknowledged in-universe female characters, at least one of whom is likely to appeal to you. A poor girl with incredible grades, great cook, and surrounded by five drop-dead gorgeous men and one adorable one , who can resist their flirtations, and making snarky comments all the while?

Yep, Haruhi definitely fits here. The thing about Mr. Togo is that, yes, he's a nigh-unstoppable assassin with aim such that he's unironically referred to as the Hand of God, with more money than the entire nation of Japan, who regularly talks women he's never met before into bed Verges on deconstructing the idea.

Edward Elric and the entire profession of 'alchemist' in Fullmetal Alchemist is designed to make the fairly mundane science of chemistry into an awesome, flashy combat form. The alchemists shown in the series are almost all incredibly intelligent and dedicated scientists who also happen to be extremely combat proficient.

Something of a subversion too, since Edward and a lot of the other alchemists endure a great deal of physical and emotional trauma throughout both series , resulting from alchemy. Seras is also an example, as she goes from a police girl with a tragic past to an elite vampire soldier and even takes Alucard's position for a while.

It could be argued that there are Escapist Character tendencies for most of the cast. There are many scenes that may and probably will go beyond suspension of disbelief, but the stylization with which Hirano pulls it off is so awesome that it can be excused on account of Rule of Cool. Love Hina 's Keitaro Urashima. For everyone who ever couldn't get a date , what could be better than suddenly becoming the guy in charge of an all-girls inn, with an onsen, where practically all of them eventually fall for you?

Sure, there's the physical pain inflicted on a nearly daily basis, but most would agree that it's Worth It. Of course, this also pretty much applies to the protagonist in any harem series. Amusingly, one of the biggest complaints about these sorts of characters being wishy-washy ignores the fact that it's the easiest way to make an escapist character not feel openly exploitative of the situation.

Plus, since she's a dimwit , readers got to feel good about themselves even as they wished they were someone else. Notably, after the recent growth of Hong Kong's economy there no longer seems to be as much of a market for the series.

His Magnificent Bastard nature, perceived sexuality , fan fixations , and the fact that evil rocks doesn't hurt either. Who doesn't want to just say whatever's on their mind, get whatever they want, afford to be picky about what work they take on, subsist on sweets and stay thin, and count putting on ratty old sneakers as "getting dressed up?

Yugi Muto from Yu-Gi-Oh! We mean, what Shrinking Violet hasn't wanted, at least once, to beat up the school bully and get away with it? Its sequel series played with or outright Deconstructed this trope: However, season 2 and 3 Deconstructed this so much by putting him through a massive Trauma Conga Line and burdened by the responsibility put upon him. This was thankfully reconstructed in season 4. Averted with Yusei Fudo and the entire supporting cast.

His life is generally crappy and depressing due to living in Satellite. Yuma Tsukumo plays this trope straight. Unusual for the fact that he doesn't start out at one. Probably why he was hated among the franchise protagonist, for at least Yugi is meant to be a Vanilla Protagonist. Subverted with Yuya Sakaki within two episodes. After his dad disappeared, he was labeled as the son of a coward and is bullied , making him a Sad Clown. His first public victory is quickly diminished for being accused a cheater after using cards that were never publicly known or published.

And that is before the series underwent a Cerebus Syndrome. His conviction in facing opponents that would terrify a normal human being, along with his extraordinary strength and skill in using his gigantic sword, other weapons and wits against his opponents, make him stand out.

But like everything else in Berserk , Guts is a huge deconstruction. He became this way as a direct result of a series of really nasty and horrific things that began, technically, even before he was born. You may wish to be like Guts, but no one wants to be Guts.

Puella Magi Madoka Magica: A good deal of fans want to be the seemingly worthless girl who made a wish to save her best friend and became a Groundhog Peggy Sue , learning to fight and getting ever more powerful weapons along the way; some others want to be loved by the aforementioned Peggy Sue character.

Considering that this girl leads a battle she is doomed to fail every single time and loses the girl she loves in the end, and as of the latest movie becomes an emotionally disturbed satanic figure, you probably don't really want to be her. Ciel of Black Butler. An incredibly rich and beautiful Teen Genius that nearly everyone loves and respects who has an almighty Bishounen Battle Butler that can grant his every wish and can be extremely close to him at times?

Not to mention his Dark and Troubled Past which he was 'rescued from' by the aforementioned butler , Even the Guys Want Him , he works for the queen, and he owns the largest toy company in Britain His beloved adoptive brother is Kamina , he hangs out with Yoko and Nia , almost everyone around him is incredibly supportive and he ends up leading a rebellion against in order an earth-wide tyranny, then a universe-wide tyranny at the ages of about fourteen and then about twenty-one.

In a world where mechs quite frequently do the impossible, he's literally the best Gunmen pilot there is. Fist of the North Star: In another story, Kenshiro would be a Mary Sue. Luckily, it's not too hard to want to be him. This is a dude who beats enemies and blows them up like bombs on a day-to-day basis, and these enemies happen to be super evil that toys around with the weak just to be a bully because they have strength, so it's ALSO an escapism of upholding justice and beating evil in the most epic way possible.

He protects the innocent, and more or less turns into The Messiah. He has to work at his victories and doesn't just get them handed over to him on a silver platter. This guy has coolness surrounding him like an aura. Dragon Ball has Son Goku. He is consider one of the strongest beings in the universe, regularly defeats super-powered aliens, androids, demons, and even gods, and can learn about any technique by just seeing it once. The fact that he was born weak and gained his strength through good old-fashioned hard work on top of being extremely talented endear him to a lot of people, which is part of why he is seen as a better main character than his son, who much more down to Earth.

Lupin of Lupin III. He's a Phantom Thief with a Heart of Gold , traveling the world stealing priceless artifacts with his masterful cunning, trying to score with recurring Femme Fatale Fujiko or the Girl of the Week and always managing to be one step ahead of both the law and his adversaries. What I really like about Lupin is his freedom, his boundless freedom that allows him to do whatever he wants whenever he wants and never really be tied down to anything or anyone in particular.

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YMMV '"Every engineer dreams about saving the universe and having sex with aliens. This is much more glamorous than the real life of an engineer, which consists of hiding from the universe and having sex without the participation of other life forms.

Consequently, ratings for Star Trek will remain high as long as they stay away from any realism. Sounds like a horrible Mary Sue story, right? Except that you don't mind at all. Instead, you're seeing yourself in their shoes and enjoying it. After all, everyone likes to fantasize about being awesome once in a while. You can argue over whether or not they're a Mary Sue , but they're definitely an Escapist Character.

While Mary Sue is generally defined as being a bad thing, some of the most widely loved characters in existence are Escapist Characters with any number of Common Mary Sue Traits. While a badly written Escapist Character can come off as a Mary Sue , the key difference between the two is that while a Mary Sue is the author's wish fulfillment fantasy, the Escapist Character also functions as the audience's wish fulfillment fantasy.

Some members of the audience may identify with a character and others may not identify with the same character. Whilst many audience member's Wish Fulfillment fantasies have common elements, they are not all identical. Thus, the distinction between this and Mary Sue is very much a subjective matter.

Please remember that conceptually, neither Wish Fulfillment nor Escapism are bad. Compare the Showy Invincible Hero. This trope has nothing to do with the Escapist film or website. Gene Starwind is almost certifiably the epitome of this trope: Hot, muscular guy with lots of Shirtless Scenes?

Lecherous pervert who still scores booty all the time with various incredibly hot women? Spends cash like popcorn yet never runs out because some bounty is always available for collection? Has a highly sought after Cool Spaceship? Commands a Badass Crew that is mostly female, follows his insane orders without much questioning and adores him? Has a Magical Girlfriend that loves him dearly and heals all his injuries via Intimate Healing?

Always leaves the bad guys screaming in frustration? Can act as an obnoxious, irresponsible Manchild all the time and get away with it without breaking a sweat?

Yes, you totally want to be him. Usagi might be one of these. She starts out as an ordinary school girl, then quickly gains magical powers, a small platoon of new friends, a destined love from a previous life, and finds out that she's a princess who's going to rule the world sometime in the distant future.

Though considering Usagi's personality , that last one might not be so great after all. Seeing as how Usagi ends up watching all of her friends die right before her eyes, and then deciding to sacrifice her own life to save the world in the finale of the first season alone, it's probably safe to say her life isn't all that glamorous.

Tuxedo Mask may count as an example for the guys. He is a handsome, young man who throws roses at monsters of the week and gets to fight alongside multiple women, plus being crushed on and eventually getting to die in Usagi's arms via Heroic Sacrifice.

Given how popular Sailor Moon remains and the number of fandom-created senshi , it's safe to say the characters are all escapist to some degree. No matter what happens, the senshi are loyal to each other and pull through without long-lasting psychological damage. Going from an awkward adolescent to a badass fighter in an improbable outfit is a considerable upgrade for most people. The titular character is highly intelligent , exceedingly athletic , very attractive , omni-talented , and has a club of people who follow her beck and call, not to mention an entire secret organization of espers that exists to keep her happy.

Deconstructed in that she's not the viewpoint character, and the story gives focus on how her Jerk Ass antics make the lives of the Audience Surrogate Kyon, as well as the others, a pain. She instead becomes a Parody Sue , and she's also the closest thing that the early novels and the anime have to an antagonist One could argue that Kyon, already being the viewpoint character and Audience Surrogate , is the escapist character of the series.

He's implied to be very smart though he never claims it , constantly comes up with witty comments , and is surrounded by three good-looking as acknowledged in-universe female characters, at least one of whom is likely to appeal to you.

A poor girl with incredible grades, great cook, and surrounded by five drop-dead gorgeous men and one adorable one , who can resist their flirtations, and making snarky comments all the while? Yep, Haruhi definitely fits here. The thing about Mr. Togo is that, yes, he's a nigh-unstoppable assassin with aim such that he's unironically referred to as the Hand of God, with more money than the entire nation of Japan, who regularly talks women he's never met before into bed Verges on deconstructing the idea.

Edward Elric and the entire profession of 'alchemist' in Fullmetal Alchemist is designed to make the fairly mundane science of chemistry into an awesome, flashy combat form. The alchemists shown in the series are almost all incredibly intelligent and dedicated scientists who also happen to be extremely combat proficient.

Something of a subversion too, since Edward and a lot of the other alchemists endure a great deal of physical and emotional trauma throughout both series , resulting from alchemy.

Seras is also an example, as she goes from a police girl with a tragic past to an elite vampire soldier and even takes Alucard's position for a while.

It could be argued that there are Escapist Character tendencies for most of the cast. There are many scenes that may and probably will go beyond suspension of disbelief, but the stylization with which Hirano pulls it off is so awesome that it can be excused on account of Rule of Cool. Love Hina 's Keitaro Urashima. For everyone who ever couldn't get a date , what could be better than suddenly becoming the guy in charge of an all-girls inn, with an onsen, where practically all of them eventually fall for you?

Sure, there's the physical pain inflicted on a nearly daily basis, but most would agree that it's Worth It. Of course, this also pretty much applies to the protagonist in any harem series. Amusingly, one of the biggest complaints about these sorts of characters being wishy-washy ignores the fact that it's the easiest way to make an escapist character not feel openly exploitative of the situation.

Plus, since she's a dimwit , readers got to feel good about themselves even as they wished they were someone else.

Notably, after the recent growth of Hong Kong's economy there no longer seems to be as much of a market for the series. His Magnificent Bastard nature, perceived sexuality , fan fixations , and the fact that evil rocks doesn't hurt either. Who doesn't want to just say whatever's on their mind, get whatever they want, afford to be picky about what work they take on, subsist on sweets and stay thin, and count putting on ratty old sneakers as "getting dressed up?

Yugi Muto from Yu-Gi-Oh! We mean, what Shrinking Violet hasn't wanted, at least once, to beat up the school bully and get away with it? Its sequel series played with or outright Deconstructed this trope: However, season 2 and 3 Deconstructed this so much by putting him through a massive Trauma Conga Line and burdened by the responsibility put upon him. This was thankfully reconstructed in season 4.

Averted with Yusei Fudo and the entire supporting cast. His life is generally crappy and depressing due to living in Satellite. Yuma Tsukumo plays this trope straight. Unusual for the fact that he doesn't start out at one. Probably why he was hated among the franchise protagonist, for at least Yugi is meant to be a Vanilla Protagonist.

Subverted with Yuya Sakaki within two episodes. After his dad disappeared, he was labeled as the son of a coward and is bullied , making him a Sad Clown. His first public victory is quickly diminished for being accused a cheater after using cards that were never publicly known or published.

And that is before the series underwent a Cerebus Syndrome. His conviction in facing opponents that would terrify a normal human being, along with his extraordinary strength and skill in using his gigantic sword, other weapons and wits against his opponents, make him stand out. But like everything else in Berserk , Guts is a huge deconstruction. He became this way as a direct result of a series of really nasty and horrific things that began, technically, even before he was born.

You may wish to be like Guts, but no one wants to be Guts. Puella Magi Madoka Magica: A good deal of fans want to be the seemingly worthless girl who made a wish to save her best friend and became a Groundhog Peggy Sue , learning to fight and getting ever more powerful weapons along the way; some others want to be loved by the aforementioned Peggy Sue character. Considering that this girl leads a battle she is doomed to fail every single time and loses the girl she loves in the end, and as of the latest movie becomes an emotionally disturbed satanic figure, you probably don't really want to be her.

Ciel of Black Butler. An incredibly rich and beautiful Teen Genius that nearly everyone loves and respects who has an almighty Bishounen Battle Butler that can grant his every wish and can be extremely close to him at times?

Not to mention his Dark and Troubled Past which he was 'rescued from' by the aforementioned butler , Even the Guys Want Him , he works for the queen, and he owns the largest toy company in Britain His beloved adoptive brother is Kamina , he hangs out with Yoko and Nia , almost everyone around him is incredibly supportive and he ends up leading a rebellion against in order an earth-wide tyranny, then a universe-wide tyranny at the ages of about fourteen and then about twenty-one.

In a world where mechs quite frequently do the impossible, he's literally the best Gunmen pilot there is. Fist of the North Star: In another story, Kenshiro would be a Mary Sue. Luckily, it's not too hard to want to be him. This is a dude who beats enemies and blows them up like bombs on a day-to-day basis, and these enemies happen to be super evil that toys around with the weak just to be a bully because they have strength, so it's ALSO an escapism of upholding justice and beating evil in the most epic way possible.

He protects the innocent, and more or less turns into The Messiah. He has to work at his victories and doesn't just get them handed over to him on a silver platter. This guy has coolness surrounding him like an aura. Dragon Ball has Son Goku. He is consider one of the strongest beings in the universe, regularly defeats super-powered aliens, androids, demons, and even gods, and can learn about any technique by just seeing it once.

The fact that he was born weak and gained his strength through good old-fashioned hard work on top of being extremely talented endear him to a lot of people, which is part of why he is seen as a better main character than his son, who much more down to Earth.

Lupin of Lupin III. He's a Phantom Thief with a Heart of Gold , traveling the world stealing priceless artifacts with his masterful cunning, trying to score with recurring Femme Fatale Fujiko or the Girl of the Week and always managing to be one step ahead of both the law and his adversaries. What I really like about Lupin is his freedom, his boundless freedom that allows him to do whatever he wants whenever he wants and never really be tied down to anything or anyone in particular.

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  1. This guy has coolness surrounding him like an aura. After his dad disappeared, he was labeled as the son of a coward and is bullied , making him a Sad Clown.

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