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He doesn't understand how evil she is or what unscrupulous lengths she'll pull to destroy his dream. He was too proud and attempted to force his way into Olympus. Juzo tells Chisa early on that she has a tendency to get too absorbed into things, making her a poor spy. Usopp's inferiority complex due to his belief that he is not strong or useful to the crew which is mostly comprised of people with Devil Fruits or Charles Atlas Superpower.

Bishamon's refusal to accept consequences of her actions in Noragami. The Riddler would be a perfect thief if he wasn't always leaving riddles. She almost joined Kronos's army because of this in The Titan's Curse. This habit doesn't cause Nico's downfall, but it frays her self-esteem and sabotages her friendships.

Her overcoming this flaw is a major story arc on the show. Luke's anger blinded him so much that he went against his closest friends. After that, he pushed an innocent boy off a cliff, causing him to work for the queen. His love for a challenging battle.

For instance, his inability to control his volcanic rage eventually lead to Kuma attacking and scattering all the Straw Hats around the world. But as the arcs progress, his fatal flaw regarding his issues with Vegeta end up costing him big. In the present, it makes it very easy for others to take advantage of her. In this case, killing Superman.

This all comes together for her to murder her boyfriend and attempt to kill Kyoko, killing Kohichi in the process. Likewise, Darkseid is overconfident, often underestimating his opponents and not using his powers to their full extent. When she was given the pithos from the gods, her curiosity made her open the pithos, which she was ordered not to do, causing the world's destruction.

This has lead to his death during the American Civil War and being baited into stabbing a stone giant in the heart. Several show up in Fist of the Moon for the good guys, but end up not being too fatal. By the time he realized it, it was too late and Luke ended up sacrificing himself. His fatal flaws are ambition and hubris.

And Lavi is torn between his duty as a Bookman and the people he cares about. He eventually grows out of this as seen in his Battle City duel with Bakura where he refused to attack the injured Bakura. Such as trying to avenge Thomas's death, resulting in most of his team's deaths and himself being eaten. Suzaku has a large lack of self-worth and is too much of an idealist for his own good.

Percy Jackson, whose fatal flaw, which is personal loyalty, affects the Great Prophecy. Eri is a Clingy Jealous Girl. Akane has a temper, and remains mildly homophobic through the entire story.