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Which Female Hayao Miyazaki Character are You?
by Artimis Charvet

Have you been able to identify with one of Hayao Miyazaki's female characters? Do you want to know which one you most resemble? Take this quiz to find out.

Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki is not only known for his stellar animating abilities, but he's also known for his character development. Miyazaki's characters will stand the test of time because they are characters that develop using emotion and insight; they are not merely what some people disparage as being "cartoon characters." 

Think of Miyazaki's work as the animated depiction of real-life individuals that learn and grow based on the story and the world around them. Miyazaki's characters, male or female, are known for having multidimensional characteristics. And, by this, we're talking personality and physical qualities. 

But let's talk about personality. Miyazaki's characters are known for displaying real human emotion. These characters experience anger, sadness, happiness, joy, jealousy, remorse, and indecision, and they live in a mind that is as conflicted as most of us really are.

So, if you're familiar with Kushana, the princess of Torumekia: Granmamare, the Goddess of Mercy; Madame Gina, the opera singer, and Lastelle, the princess of Pejite, then this quiz is for you.

Let's find out which female Hayao Miyazaki character you're most like.

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