Nintendo's Kindest CharactersThese characters are very kind but are also willing to fight. They display many traits of being self-less, sweet, kind and have gentle mannerisms. If you see someone missing, add them.
The Top Ten
Nit only do they fight for their lives and carry around stuff, but these mini plant-ants are possibly the cutest thing ever.
Any pikmin counts because they're all willing to help strangers like Olimar, Charlie, etc survive. They're kind, self-less, and go out of their way to help perfect strangers even putting themselves at risk. They deserve the number one spot. - SweetBasil
I could fill this list with Fire Emblem characters but I'll just pick one for now. Princess Eirika strikes me as the kindest protagonist yet, she grew up as a sheltered princess unlike her brother. Throughout her journey we can see how naive yet kind she is. She goes out of her way to try and save children, civilians, and her loved ones which puts her in danger many times. Yet she never loses her gentle tough and makes many important friends in her journey. - SweetBasil
I agree. She is very kind.
I think she's probably one of the nicest Kirby character yet but a lot of Kirby characters seem fit this title so I had to pick just one and I picked her. Kirby is also a good alternative but I felt like giving someone else the spot. - SweetBasil
Starfy is the starfish protagonist from the Starfy series. He is very much like Kirby in that he's really cute, fun, kind and jovial. He has different abilities though, he can transform into different things and has different abilities like fire, although he's mainly portrayed using water abilities in smash. - SweetBasil
Animal Crossing is a series that you can't go wrong with calling most of its characters kind. However Isabelle seems to be pushed as the marketable "kind" character so she's like the mascot for it. - SweetBasil
In Xenoblade I think Fiora or Dunban seemed like they kindest characters of the crew. They were the friendliest of the grew, while Dunban was the wisest of the group Fiora was the most selfless so I'd say she's more fitting for this category. - SweetBasil
The Mario series also has a lot of competition for the "Kindest" characters but I'd the top 5 is between Peach, Yoshi, Toad, Toadette, and Rosalina. Each of them portray kindness in different ways but I'd say characters that have a motherly nature are a little bit kinder so that leaves Yoshi vs Rosalina and for this coin toss I picked Rosalina. Sorry Yoshi.
The Nurse Joy family takes care of your fallen pokemon so each of them need to be kind, and caring to the pokemon. Otherwise you'd need to buy items on your own! The pokemon that are portrayed as her companion like Chansey and such are also good alternatives for this list. - SweetBasil
There are many kind Nintendo characters but my favorite is Peach.
The Prince of the Zora family in Breath of the wild. Prince Sidon displays a lot personality like being brave, optimistic, and a good sport. He is one of the few willing to co-operate with Link to the dismay of his elders. - SweetBasil
Pit is loud, cheerful, and a very curious character. He resembles an outgoing teenager in my opinion even though he's an angel. Other characters love to tease him but that doesn't ever bring him down. He's overall cheerful and charismatic. - SweetBasil
Robin (in game) wakes up with NO clue who he/she is, and yet still decides to rush straight into battle to protect a village without even knowing if they can fight. They then take one of the most stressful positions in war, tactician, to keep people who don’t even fully trust them *cough* Fredrick *cough* safe. Not only that, but when their past is finally revealed, and they are given a choice to die to protect the future, they do it even though they know it is most likely permeant. (At least in my play through, I personally can’t NOT sacrifice myself for everyone, it has the cutest end scene! ) Plus, if you spend time getting Robin to support with others they are genuinely kind, and extremely supportive, particularly Male Robin.
He sacrifices himself for Mario to get him over pits. This is just outright generous.
This friendly dinosaur allows you to ride on his back, eating away obstacles. He also appears in his own game, yoshi's woolly world, where he and his team of poochys save his land of evil creatures. Even if the internet sees him as a tax fraud, he's a lovable mascot to nintendo in my book.
He saves his teammates whenever they're in danger. That is very kind.