My Hero Academia: This Hero Could Overcome Shigaraki’s Quirk

And I could give the secret to defeat him…

Shigaraki’s powerful mutation ability has been a big problem in My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) for the heroes, but a student already has a lot of experience dealing with this and could give clues about his impending mighty villain ending. Before continuing, this article will contain spoilers for My Hero Academia Chapter 368 (Boku no Hero Academia).), so we recommend you read the manga that has come out in the last few hours on the MangaPlus by Shueisha service.

Shoji’s Dupli-Arms gives him six arm-like appendages, two of which end in hands as usual, while the other four end in protrusions. However, Shoji’s Quirk allows him to grow these appendages (which he calls tentacles), and they can sprout from virtually any body part he already has. Although these are part of his body and injuring or even removing them is painful, Shoji is fully capable of regenerating any of these tentacles much like Tomura Shigaraki/All For One..

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In the recent episode of My Hero Academia, Shigaraki faced the trio of Heroes known as The Big Three alongside Mirio, defeating them with his heteromorphic quirk.

For Shoji, this quirk from My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) makes him great at intelligence gathering as he can watch or listen to the enemy without putting himself at risk. And, since his is a heteromorphic Quirk that permanently alters his body, it has the additional side effect of being impossible to cancel using abilities like Aizawa’s Erasure. As we mentioned before, Shigaraki’s growth and regenerative power are unaffected even when all of his other quirks are wiped, just like a quirk like Shoji’s, heteromorphic would..

Shigaraki has insisted that his growth is not an ability per se, but his body trying to find the perfect shape to channel All for One’s immense power. However, he could easily be lying to the heroes, or just completely wrong. And as an explanation for her current condition in My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia), a strange heteromorphic quirk is certainly possible. A flashback was even shown in All for One Chapter 193 removing a man’s heteromorphic quirk and giving it to a man who had nothing, so it is known that he can (and has) stolen in the past. Examining Shoji’s abilities could well lead to discovering a weakness that can also be used against Shigaraki.

The end of My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) getting closer

Be that as it may, it seems that Deku has managed to reach his highest point and could be about to defeat him, Izuku comes face to face with Shigaraki and begins with the new attack plans he developed with the other One For All users. Using all of his powers together to produce new types of attacks, he prepares Shigaraki for his finishing move. The second user urges Izuku to use his quirk as he needs to finish the fight in less than five minutes. or it will be the end of the world.

It is then revealed that this Quirk of the second One For All user is called “Transmission” and it changes the speed of a target when touched. As he headed into the fight, the second user taunted that his quirk would be almost so strong that Izuku would only really be able to use it one and only time. So he could only unleash his quirk when absolutely necessary..

Such is the power that it shows that, at the end of My Hero Academia (Boku no Hero Academia) chapter 368 there was a question about whether this power could end All For One. Like the other quirks, it is not the most notable , but it turned out to be the most Izuku’s strength so far. In fact, it turns out that it’s not the wildest and most powerful Quirk, but within One For All’s own growth and power over all these decades, this Quirk has evolved and could have been the ultimate blow.