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    An outcast is a person who has been rejected by society or a social group. There have been characters who felt like an outcast before. The reason why a certain character has been depicted as an outcast is due to their problems they face. Basically, people who felt lonely in everyday lifestyle.

    Examples of Outcasts

    1. Red (The Angry Birds Movie): Red is an outcast compared to the rest of the birds due to him being a serious bird unlike the rest of the cast. He's also an outcast due to his troubled childhood as a source of his anger issues. However, he did become a hero to bird island after the pigs stole the eggs.
    2. Cady Heron (Mean Girls): In the beginning of the movie where she moves to America, Cady struggles to fit in until she is discovered by the Plastics. Once we get to Regina George getting hit by a bus, Cady is reverted back to the very beginning, but this time she becomes a social pariah to everyone in the world, even her love interest and Regina's ex-boyfriend, Aaron Samuels after she takes the blame for the burn book and gets arrested. To make up for the incident, she is forced to go to the math competition with the rejects. After her team wins, Cady is invited to the Spring Fling 2004 and is nominated for queen, despite being grounded by her parents. When Cady wins, she gives an apology speech to everyone at school, breaks her crown and gives the pieces to everyone she cares about, which restores her damaged social life.
    3. Heinz Doofenshmirtz (Phineas and Ferb): He shares backstories of his horrible childhood to his arch-enemy Perry the Platypus and why he is an evil scientist. He was a social outcast during his childhood, neglected by his parents for his brother Roger and ignored by the people in Gimmelshtump. The only people who care about him are sometimes his daughter, Vanessa, his ex-wife, Charlene, and/or Perry the Platypus in episodes and movies where they work together.
    4. Mario and Luigi (The Super Mario Bros. Movie): It is revealed that in Brooklyn, New York, before they stayed in the Mushroom Kingdom for their video game franchises, Mario and Luigi struggled to fit in after they left their rival Spike's company and started their own plumbing company. Luigi is fine with being an outcast since he is hardly recognized in some Mario games and also has pantophobia, but Mario is tired of being misunderstood by their family and the people of Brooklyn. In the end however, they are hailed as heroes after they defeated Bowser and saved Brooklyn and the Mushroom Kingdom respectively.
    5. Ren Amamiya (Persona 5): Starts out as a normal high school student who is constantly mistreated by everyone else when he first moved to Tokyo for probation.
    6. Goro Akechi (Persona 5): Grew up in an abusive household which caused him to be alone for his entire life.
    7. Makoto Niijima (Persona 5): She was unpopular with the students in her school due to not being able to do anything to stop Suguru Kamoshida's abuse thus being seen as a control freak according to other students.
    8. Ann Takamaki (Persona 5): Because of her quarter-American Japanese blood, she didn't have that many friends.
    9. Ryuji Sakamoto (Persona 5): Got labeled as a track traitor due to his brash violence against Kamoshida.
    10. Futaba Sakura (Persona 5): Because of her intelligence, she was bullied and barely had any friends. She was also blamed for driving her mother to suicide by her other relatives.
    11. Sid the Sloth: He was seen as an idiot towards his family. In fact, his real family abandoned Sid in the first film. Even a lot of characters mistake him for a screw-up when he is far from it.
    12. Mumble (Happy Feet): He was born differently from the rest of the penguins. Because he can't sing well due to birth defects. Sure he can dance, but it didn't please well with the crowd.
    13. Shrek: Shrek is cranky because he is always judged every time he gets seen thinking that he's better off alone. In Shrek Forever After, Shrek gets treated like a celebrity as well as facing responsibilities of being a family man to the point of acting like an outcast in the form of wishing that he was still a solitary and feared individual.
    14. Naruto Uzumaki: He was born with the Nine-Tails sealed inside of him, because of this, he was treated like a monster and hated by everyone in the village. The only people that cared for him were Iruka, Shikamaru, Choji, Hinata, Kiba and Teuchi.
    15. Rock Lee (Naruto): He can't use Ninjutsu or Genjutsu, only Taijutsu. Because of this and his strange appearence, he was bullied and treated badly.
    16. Fiona (Shrek): She had a curse that transforms her into an ogre. She was locked up in a tower. Her dad was strict about this such as not letting her go to a sleepover with Sleeping Beauty.
    17. Izuku Midoriya (My Hero Academia): Izuku wanted to be a hero, but when children at his age at the time started to manifest their powers, Izuku never developed any meaning he was Quirkless. Eventually, he did get a Quirk in the form of One For All.
    18. Po (Kung Fu Panda): He wanted to learn Kung Fu because he was inspired by the Furious Five. As he trained, he wasn't like the rest of the Furious Five due to not having any fighting experience since he works at a restaurant. Po managed to be good at Kung Fu.
    19. Wreck-It Ralph: He is a video game bad guy from the 8-bit era of video games. He started to get tired of having to be the bad guy because he just wanted the same recognition Fix-It Felix Jr. had.
    20. Vanellope: Gets bullied by other racers due to her glitchy state. Vanellope did get respect later on.
    21. Hiccup (How to Train Your Dragon): He is portrayed as an individual who didn't specialize in brawn and bravery. Instead, he is pretty small and is more of an intellectual who tames dragons.
    22. Mike Wazowski: This is noticeable in Monsters University. He is ignored by almost everyone except the adults during Mike's backstory.
    23. Norman Babcock (ParaNorman): He has the ability to talk to ghosts, but everyone else seems to think that he is just talking to the air.
    24. Nick Wilde (Zootopia): As a child, Nick was bullied by Junior Ranger Scouts Troop 914 on his first day because foxes are seen as untrustworthy.
    25. Miles Morales (Into the Spider-Verse): He starts off as an individual who has a hard time being in a new school (Visions Academy) despite being bright. It's getting worse when he somehow managed to get powers that are unique thanks to getting bitten by a spider.
    26. Branch (Trolls): He starts off as a jerk to every troll (even though he was right about the Bergens) and feels left out because other trolls are more positive and because of the incident that happened 20 years back with his grandmother sacrificing her life to save him from being eaten by Chef the Bergen, which caused him to be a loner and more negative about everything. Poppy and her friends however, help him see the bright side of things throughout the first film.
    27. Ed, Edd & Eddy: They are known for being disliked and harassed by just about every other character on the show. Well except for the Kankers who are prone to sexually harass the Eds.
    28. Dib (Invader Zim): Tormented on a regular basis.
    29. Luz Noceda: Back at her home, she struggled with being accepted by others because of her interests.
    30. Claude von Riegan (Fire Emblem: Three Houses): Has been an outcast by being discriminated against by many due to his origins. That didn't stop him from being open-minded.
    31. Lyndis/Lyn (Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade): When her tribe was under attack, she tried to help but was rejected because of her gender. At that moment, she became the last of her kind.
    32. Ike (Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance): He was the newest member of the Greil Mercenaries, but was seen as an outsider by others. He did train hard though.
    33. Rin Okumura (Blue Exorcist): Spends most of his life being ridiculed by everyone else. The situation improves over the course of the manga and the anime.
    34. Lucy (Elfen Lied): As a child, she was mercilessly teased by the other kids in the orphanage for her emotionless demeanor and her horns.
    35. Shira Kusakabe (Fire Force): Was scorned by everyone he came across for his involvement in the disastrous fire that killed his parents. It's even gone to the point where he was seen as the devil. Even though he tried to piece together the truth about what happened, he was dismissed as a conspiracy theorist.
    36. Charlie Brown: Frequently suffers in a lot of Peanuts-related media.
    37. Guy-Am-I (Green Eggs and Ham): He is a failed inventor who is seen as an outcast by other inventors.
    38. Emmet Brickowski (The LEGO Movie): Was misjudged and seen as an idiot by the master builders. Later on, he became one.
    39. Taiga Aisaka (Toradora!): wasn't raised properly by her parents, often treated as an object by her father rather than a family member, barely felt any love from her mother, and lack of parenting along with discipline resulted Taiga to bad behavior until she was introduced to Ryuuji and Minori.
    40. Mirabel Madrigal (Encanto): She was looked down upon by Isabela, Alma, and a few villagers due to lacking a gift.
    41. Giulia Marcovaldo (Luca): She was bullied by Ercole and a few kids in Portorosso due to being weird.

    The Overall Reason Why It Rocks

    The best part of being an outcast is that it can help viewers sympathize with some of these characters. Some media can make these characters likable in such a way you feel bad for them.

    The Only Bad Quality

    Sometimes it can be clichéd or badly done such as Gene from The Emoji Movie or Amy from Cuties.

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