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10cf746e54 Dakichi Komusubi can also be considered one since he rarely says anything beyond grunts or one word sentences. Auron from Final Fantasy X is a stoic, taciturn man who chooses to only talk when it is important. Buffy: Apparently not that long. Angel: Staying long? Oz: Few days. After Vixen was billed as the American Kong by AJPW, she stopped speaking almost entirely, though she spoke in the NWA mostly in Zero 1, she went quiet for ROH, SHIMMER and stayed quiet in TNA until she yelled "Raisha". Though Colossus finally averts this trope in Deadpool, Angel Dust plays it straight, letting Ajax do most of the talking for the bad guys. Most of his lines are less than five words long, and he usually has less than 10 per episode, despite being the main character.
Yes, Keith's words are so rare that they have monetary value. Babe's Farmer Hoggett. Kross and Cinnamon from Rune Factory Frontier. Horatio Hornblower: In "The Even Chance", Lieutenant Chadd appears to be a fairly prominent character who hardly opens his mouth, and mostly he only grins or looks worried, awed or amused, as the situation requires. He speaks only once through entire series, when he performs ritual to bind Lady's powers. Heero Yuy from Mobile Suit Gundam Wing Also Trowa Barton. Bill in Don't Call Me Ishmael! doesn't speak much, particularly in the beginning of the series. Mugi from Hitohira. Mayu Morita in Morita-san Wa Mukuchi, which means "Morita-san is silent".