I love subjugated main characters in anime, manga and light novel series.
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Unfortunately, there are not that many series with a strong main character seriously. In fact, it may not even be dominated main characters that attract me - I just can not stand when the MC is nothing but a weakling who can not make a decision for himself and ends up crying for absolutely no reason for each episode.
Over the years, I have gone through several anime, manga and light novel series with just the kind of character you are looking for, and I have compiled the list that is about to happen.
Although not all the main characters are very powerful, they are rude and subjugated in their own way.
Blood Boy: The main character is an absolute tough guy.
Elite classroom: my favorite anime would have been had it remained ventilation for longer. This series is very underrated and should definitely check it.
Darker than Black
Death march to the Parallel World Rhapsody: It's a shame not to the fight scenes a lot.
Densetsu no Yuusha no Densetsu (Legend of the Legendary Heroes): This is one of my favorites because of the incredibly overpowered force (dementia probably would make more sense here) hidden in the main character.
Full-time Magister (Quanzhi Fashi)
Hagure Yuusha not Aesthetica (Aesthetica of a Rogue Hero)
Ichiban Ushiro no Daimaou: The fanservice is certainly annoying, but if you can get over it, then it is worth watching.
In another world with my smartphone: It is short, but the main character is undoubtedly dominated.
Isekai without Seikishi Monogatari
Kaze no Stigma
Kôkaku no Regios (Chrome Shelled Regios): The main character, used to be part of a very powerful group, decided to leave his old life behind and try to live your life normally. Unfortunately for him, his wishes are anything but sitting.
No Game No Life: The two main characters (do not worry, if you're like me and you hate when more than one main character, one of them is much more present than the other despite the fact that they are literally always on the side eachothers)
One Departures: Despite being a lively sport, a genre that tend to avoid, I found myself enjoying this.
One Man Only drill: This is almost the perfect embodiment of a major character defeated. The downside, however, is that a Punch focuses more on comedy. In fact, the main character is so powerful that is sad and frustrated because defeat monsters most clear. Fortunately for him, he meets a stronger enemies later in the series.
Children are a problem that comes from another world, right? (Mondaiji-tachi ga Kuru kara I Isekai Sou Desu?)
Shokugeki not Souma: Well, this sounds weird to say. It is a bustling about the kitchen, but the guy is pretty tough.
Sword Art Online (Arco 1)
That time reincarnated me as a limo (Tensei Shitara Suraimu Ken Datta)
The daily life of the immortal King
Magic irregular in high school (Mahouka Koukou without Rettousei): The protagonist of this series is, without doubt, the definition of beat. Easily one of my top 10.
Avatar of the King (Quan Zhi Gao Shou): Forced to retire, and the invincible veteran Qiu Ye is not done yet.
The Seven Deadly Sins (Nanatsu without Taizai): The protagonist lost their memories and looks like a child, but it is very dominated.
Hyobu unlimited Kasuga: This is very underrated. Although it is short, the main character is certainly worthy of being on this list.
If you get here and you're about to close the page because reading a Manga is much more problematic than seeing a lively, it might be time to change things up a bit. At that time, I also never thought I'd end up reading a Manga - lack of sound was a major impediment.
If you are that kind of person, I think you should consider trying at the least one of the manga series (eg unusual) below and read only 4-5 chapters. It will take as
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