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A complicated character. If you smashed his past self and his present self together, he'd be full of contradictions. I am that point in the manga where he's finally acting sane and he's such a great guy. The development was amazing.
A character with actual development. It was great to see him progress throughout the season. He didn't do much in the middle of the season, and that's ok. Even though he's the main character, he's not the most important to the story, which gives other characters their chance to shine.
Spoilers follow. People are free to dislike him, but he experiences noticeable growth throughout the narrative in terms of his role, ideals, objectives, reactions, and trauma. In the beginning, he was boisterous and quixotic. However, after the demise of his father, he gradually evolved by becoming more laconic, resentful, self-sufficient, and withdrawn. He also endured a phase of submission and bashfulness. His brief relationship with the mother and daughter who rescued him revealed many of his innocent and tragic sensitivities and desires. His psychology is complex, lifelike, and original, so I adore him.
Never thought I'd find Thorfinn to be such annoying character. Well, technically he's like all of spoiled, nasty and hurt kids: loud, aggressive and unpleasant. The thing is, I barely felt his change throughout the story thus it made me hate him more and more. In terms of archetype, I'd say, Thorfinn is definitely a toxic mixture of tsundere and kuudere, though, mostly maintaining his tsun-tsun and kuu- parts and scarcely showing his dere-dere side.