8 Mashle: Magic and Muscles characters ranked weakest to strongest

Mashle: Magic and Muscles is home to some of the strongest characters int the anime community. But who is the strongest character in the anime? Who's the weakest? Here's our ranking!

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6. Dot Barrett

Unlike Lemon and Finn, we've actually seen Dot Barrett come out victorious in fights where only the strongest can survive.

For example, during his showdown against Love Cute, Dot went all out with his fire-bomb abilities. Not only did he use his power defensively, but he also used it offensively to block the vision of Love's tornados and attempt to close the distance. And, just when things looked dire for Dot, the red-haired boy revealed his trump card, the Ira Kreuz, which gives him more strength the more his emotions run wild.

It was by mercy that Dot didn't showcase his true strength against Love, so we can only imagine how formidable he really is when he's truly upset!

Nevertheless, besides mastering the Ira Kreuz, there's nothing far too special about Dot, especially compared to the others. Yet, Dot is someone we would eventually call if we were ever in danger; he's just not too high up on the list.

5. Carpaccio Luo-Yang

We didn't know true fear until we met someone like Carpaccio since he is someone who can make others feel pain by inflicting pain on himself. While Carpaccio's ability may sound like a give-and-take ability, this student always had the upper hand in his fights because he didn't feel the pain he inflicted on himself.

An overpowered skill like this made Finn no match against him despite Finn managing to trick Carpaccio a few times. But thankfully, the same couldn't be said for Mash whose endurance and swiftness made his experience a lot less painful than Finn's.

Carpaccio gave Mash a good fight, but once Mash saw that Carpaccio's Goddess Statue couldn't heal as fast as it was getting hurt and was thus limiting Carpaccio's healing/numbness to pain, the terrifying student was done for.

Safe to say, though, if Carpaccio's power wasn't tied to some external entity, he could have become a very scary force to be reckoned with.

4. Mash Burnedead

Just as we saw with his fight against Carpaccio, Mash is often victorious in these match-ups against people who are highly regarded in the magic society. This is no small feat, especially because this protagonist, as strong as he is, doesn't have a lick of magic in his bones and is only using sheer strength and willpower to come out on top.

Between kicking his legs fast enough so that he floats on a broom to breakdancing to pass the first stage of the Divine Visionary Exam, Mash's muscles are simply in a world of their own. But these ridiculously funny examples aren't the only reason why he's been called a "living weapon", as he was also able to hold his own against Abel Walker.

Abel was Mash's first foe whose strength was seemingly on par with his own. Abel's ability can turn humans into puppets that bend to his will, which spelled bad news for Mash because if Mash got too careless, his body could turn into wood, rendering his muscles useless. Thankfully, Mash isn't all brawn and actually uses his brain to assist his strength even further, which is why Able became yet another defeated opponent in Mash's resume.

Even though Mash can hold his own against students like Abel, his lack of magic simply doesn't make him as strong as others since he's going head-to-head with supernatural abilities. This is made painfully obvious by Lance Crown.