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You must've thought, "As long as I face the future, I can be better!" I can tell you're at a loss for words, so here's the answer! The past never dies! Get it yet!? Y'reap what you sow! Let's tango, you and me—Enji Todoroki!! A dance with your son, here in hell!!
Dabi to Endeavor in "Dabi's Dance"

This article is about Shoto Todoroki's older brother. For the Eight Bullets' member of the Shie Hassaikai, see Toya Setsuno.

Dabi ( () () Dabi?), real name Toya Todoroki ( (とどろき) (とう) () Todoroki Tōya?), is one of the main antagonists in the My Hero Academia manga and anime series.

He is the eldest son of the Pro Hero Endeavor, driven insane due to his neglectful and selfish actions, and becoming a villain to enact revenge. He became affiliated with the League of Villains, a former member of the organization's since disbanded Vanguard Action Squad, and later one of the nine lieutenants of the Paranormal Liberation Front.

Appearance

Dabi is a reasonably tall, pale young man of slim shape but somewhat muscular build, described as in his early twenties. He has white hair with a few red flecks at its crown that spikes upward around his head, hanging low over his eyes, which are thin, turquoise, and heavily lidded. Dabi's hair was dyed black before revealing his true identity.

His most striking features are undoubtedly the patches of gnarled, wrinkled, purple skin that cover much of his lower face and neck, all the way down past his collarbone, below his eyes, around his torso, and on his arms and legs due to him losing control of his fire Quirk at age 13, engulfing him in flames. These appear to be attached to the rest of his skin by multiple crude surgical staples or hoop piercings.

He has several silver cartilage piercings in both ears and a triple nostril piercing on the right side of his nose. Upon closer inspection, he also lacks earlobes on both sides of his ears. In his first appearance, he wears a dark blue jacket with a high, ripped collar, matching pants cut off above his ankles, and a pair of dark dress shoes on his feet. He also has a plain pale gray, scoop-neck shirt, below which a gray belt with a circular pattern wraps around his waist, a leather satchel attached at the back.

As a child, Toya had a round face and unruly crimson hair spiked up in tufts around his head, falling down his forehead in uneven bangs, though due to inheriting his mother's genes, his hair slowly turned white.[4] He wore a plain gakuran jacket and usually wore a neutral expression, as shown in a few of his family's photos.[5] Due to his premature birth, he was shorter than his two younger siblings, Fuyumi and Natsuo, though it wasn't until after his growth spurt did Toya become around the same height as them.

After losing control of his Quirk and waking up from three years comatose, Toya had grown taller, and his hair had become spikier, with him now resembling more of his appearance as an adult. Toya's burn scars were also present, with the missing parts of his body having to be replaced by regenerative tissue, although they were not as severe as they are now, and not yet attached to his skin via piercings.[6]

Upon joining the Vanguard Action Squad, Dabi's apparel is updated, now consisting of a large dark blue knee-length overcoat with two large metal cuffs at the end of each elbow-length sleeve and a white stitch design on each of his shoulders; the coat has three ripped hems, granting the appearance of 4 coattails. His shirt and belt stay the same, but he replaces his pants with a larger pair of a darker color, and his shoes with black boots.

Around the time of the formation of the Paranormal Liberation Front, Dabi acquires a new outfit to complete his status as one of the nine lieutenants of the organization. Dabi wears a long dark blue coat with white cuffs, similar to his previous look, albeit the ends of the coat are not tattered. In addition, he dons a white V-necked shirt with white outlines. The stitches extend not only to his shoulder pads but also to the kneecaps of his pants. The only things he retains are his silver belt, black boots, and his dark-colored pants. He also has three buttons on both sides of his coat.

Following the Paranormal Liberation War, Dabi retains his white hair color, and his burns have now extended to his hands and cheekbones due to overusing his Quirk during his confrontation with Endeavor and Shoto. By the time of the Final War, Dabi's new tattered overcoat, boots, and pants were all white, with bracers on the sleeves and a belt on his waist. His new outfit also lacks a shirt underneath.

As Dabi continues to use his Quirk wildly, his body continues to burn away even more. The already burned flesh around the right side of his face crumbles and falls off, leaving him greatly disfigured. A portion of his jaw, teeth, muscles, and tendons are now visible, and his burns continue to spread around his face.[7][6] As his fire continues to rage on, Dabi's body is now showing his bones and tendons from other parts of his body.[8] In his fight against Endeavor, Dabi purposefully exploded his right arm as he attacked his father. In addition to this, his eyes are now completely consumed within his flames, and cracks of fire begin to appear along his body as it starts to explode.[9] After his explosion is stopped by his family's ice, Dabi has been reduced to a barely alive skeletal state with most of his flesh having been burned off, and his burned skull and empty eye sockets visible. His body also began freezing from the inside out.[10]

Following the Final War, Dabi has been fully contained inside a life support system with his entire body bound inside. The only parts of him visible are his eyes, which have somehow been restored, and his jaw.[11]

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Personality

Toya discovers his Quirk's new abilities

A young Toya who became obsessed with achieving his father's goal, even when his Quirk threatened his health.

Toya was very energetic and boisterous as a child, and he wanted to learn as much as he could from his father. Because his father, Enji, had emphasized that he would be the one to surpass All Might since childhood, Toya became obsessed with fulfilling that dream, becoming just as stubborn as his father to become the next number one hero. Toya was not unmotivated upon learning that his body could not safely handle his flames, becoming upset and frustrated when his father refused to train him anymore. Despite Enji telling him to focus on something else and find a new goal to pursue, Toya was insistent that he could still live up to his father's dream and continued to train on his own, burning himself in the process. Toya described his goal as a fire that his father lit within him that would not go out and that he could not bring himself to ignore, highlighting how his childhood dream became an unhealthy obsession. Rei, however, construed that Toya simply yearned for his father's acknowledgment and proof that he wasn't a failure, something that became more apparent following the birth of Shoto, who had inherited the Quirk and strength that Toya lacked.

Toya's obsession would go on to make him further unstable, becoming indifferent to the damage his Quirk training was doing to his own body and also shrugged off concerns from his sister and mother, stating that his younger siblings lived in a different world than him. At one point, Toya even lashed out and attacked his mother and an infant Shoto with his Quirk when his father refused to look at him. Being aware of the Quirk Marriage of his parents, Toya grew bitter towards his mother when she tried to dissuade him from training, claiming that she held just as much responsibility as Enji for why he was born, words that shook Rei to her core. Despite this, he wasn't completely callous towards his family as he had a reasonably good relationship with Fuyumi and Natsuo while growing up. He also did express regret for trying to attack Shoto and for the scathing words that he threw at his mother, making it clear that Toya still loved his family and held remorse for how he treated them. Even so, these feelings were overshadowed by his longing for his father's attention.

After feeling abandoned by Enji, who became focused on training Shoto while neglecting the rest of his children, Toya fell further into despair and would cry out of frustration every night, wondering why he was even born. Nevertheless, he continued to train his Quirk despite the harm he would suffer, hoping to surpass Shoto and gain his father's approval. Toya even cried out of pure happiness when he saw his Quirk evolve and his flames become stronger. However, when his father didn't meet with him to see this discovery, Toya broke down emotionally and lost control of his flames, which nearly burned him to death.

Episode 146

Swearing vengeance against his father, Toya dies, and Dabi is born.

Even after surviving and waking up from 3 years comatose, however, Toya still went home and wanted to see his father again, yet also desired to make amends with his family and apologize for everything he did. After seeing that nothing had changed and that Enji was still obsessed with training Shoto to become his successor, Toya psychologically broke, taking this action that all he ever was to his father was a failed and discarded attempt at reaching his selfish ambitions. This mental breakdown caused Toya to completely abandon his old self and become Dabi, a murderous and pyromaniacal villain obsessed with ruining his father's reputation and paying him back for all the suffering he went through.[6]

After renaming himself Dabi, he became a stoic, aloof, confident, and focused individual who rarely shows emotion. While rather crude and violent, he's cautious, choosing to retreat when Mirko arrived to aid Endeavor and made sure not to divulge too much information to Hawks about High-End because of the infancy of their relationship.[12] Overall, Dabi is a highly enigmatic individual who trusts no one, preferring to do things alone and in his way. He also gives off the impression of knowing more about certain people than he lets on.

Dabi taunts Vlad King

Dabi's derisive disposition.

Despite his usual expressionless behavior, Dabi finds joy in establishing himself as a villain fighting what he believes to be false heroes, an ideology proposed by his apparent inspiration, Stain. Dabi is dedicated to Stain's mission and desires to destroy superhuman society, sharing his belief that one person with the necessary conviction can do so.[13] He is shown to share Stain's sentiment that heroes are hypocritical and unworthy of their title, but unlike Stain, he does not seem to seek a society with better heroes, believing that true heroes don't exist. Despite his devotion to the Hero Killer's creed, Dabi does many things that Stain would not, such as attacking innocent bystanders and helping the League get revenge against Overhaul, while also being motivated by his vengeance against Endeavor. In the end, Dabi only uses Stain's ideals to cover his motives and justify his crimes against the hero society.

Dabi takes pleasure in taunting heroic figures, students, and Pro Heroes alike, sadistically enjoying the pain he inflicts on others, including those he murders.[14] Sometimes, Dabi engages in psychological warfare to unnerve whoever his opposition is while also allowing himself to cool down from his Quirk's effects. Very pragmatic in battle, he is rather savvy about how heroes operate and will exploit their natural tendency to rescue others. He is not afraid of causing collateral destruction, rarely holding back, even if it puts his allies at risk.

Dabi is intolerant of most people and can be very derisive, rude, and condescending to everyone with whom he interacts. He insulted Tomura Shigaraki immediately after meeting him and constantly does the same to his allies and enemies but doesn't always do it with the intention of being rude. While the League would go on to develop a strong sense of camaraderie, Dabi has remained distant from them for the most part. He has admitted that he doesn't care for Tomura or the rest of the League and that the value he puts on them comes mostly from their ability to bring his ambitions into reality. This selfish way of thinking establishes Dabi as an extreme sociopath.

Dabi's Motivation (Anime)

Dabi feeling a fleeting moment of guilt.

However, Dabi appears to at least be capable of feeling some remorse. While he had no problem killing the Pro Hero Snatch, the latter's words appeared to have resonated with him, implying that Dabi has sympathy for those that have lost family due to villains, as well as the loved ones of those who he has killed. Yet, this remorse does not extend to his family, as Dabi has frequently contemplated their deaths for revenge against Endeavor. He also appears to have specific standards, as upon seeing Tsukuyomi arrive to save Hawks, he was surprised and disgusted by how the heroes and government were more than willing to bring young students into the Paranormal Liberation War, although he could've just been looking down on them for having to rely on high schoolers.

Dabi even displayed some semblance of kindness when he burned down Himiko Toga's old family home while she was feeling distraught over it, though he claims he only did it to twist the knife for the heroes. Despite admitting that he held no care for the other League members, he did encourage Twice to do his best for the League during the war, even hi-fiving him as he ran out to join the battle and took the time to encourage Himiko that they should continue fighting for their cause. This personality aspect shows that Dabi cares enough about his allies to support their morale when needed, even if only for pragmatic and self-serving purposes.

Episode 124

Dabi's true maniacal disposition behind his stoic persona.

Following the reveal of his identity and his broadcast revealing his childhood, Dabi unveils his far more sadistic and unhinged side, expressing a maddened and gleeful expression upon confronting his father and youngest brother. With his sadism and vengeance fully renewed, Dabi thoroughly relishes any pain he can cause Endeavor, shown when he attacked Nejire Chan with his Quirk and gloated that Endeavor's flames had burned another child's future. His broadcast has also shown his steadfast belief about heroes: they use their good actions to hide and justify all their sins and use the public's admiration of them to keep it that way. He ridicules his father for believing that he could atone for his past abuse of his family and his attempts to change into a better person and does the same when revealing Hawks' father to be a serial criminal who the Flame Hero caught. Although he had previously discarded his birth name, he resumes using it after his battle with his father.

Dabi is also aware of his madness and isn't against the idea of suicide if it can kill his father or hurt him more, as shown when Dabi attempts to immolate both himself and Shoto in the War.[15] He also expresses how he can't feel anything anymore, not even towards his family, further cementing Dabi's apathy and showing how far he has fallen from the ambitious child who wanted his father's attention. He later confirms to Shoto that he's fully intending to go down while taking out Endeavor, knowing that his vengeance would lead him to death from the start and that killing his father while destroying everything he holds dear will be how he leaves his mark on the world.[6] Upon confronting his father again in the Final War, Dabi intends to use his Quirk to self-destruct and destroy everything around him. As a result of this, Dabi's loss of sanity causes him to regress back to his childhood thoughts before he starts to explode, as seen by him yelling at his father to look at him like he did as a child, having completely lost himself to his desire for vengeance.[9] Even after being stopped by his family, all Dabi could do was express his hatred for them, saying that his whole family, including himself, should just die.[10]

Following the Final War, Dabi is kept in a holding facility, being maintained in a fragile state of life where he is slowly dying and only capable of speaking for a few minutes each day. While being visited by his family, he casually mocks them and his own state while also rejecting his father's words, telling him not to bother after everything that's happened. Though he falls quiet upon hearing his family's words and that they intend to continue visiting him. At the end of the visit, Dabi answers Shoto's question that his favorite food is soba. After recalling how Shoto refused his statement that they would never be together, Dabi finally shows remorse for his actions upon seeing how his family still refuse to give up on him, crying as he apologizes to Shoto.[11]

Abilities

The battle between Dabi and Geten continues

Dabi fighting on even terms with Geten, one of the Meta Liberation Army's strongest commanders.

Overall Abilities: Having been trained by his father, Endeavor, at a young age and undergoing rigorous self-training, Dabi has proven to be a powerful villain, one of the most vital members of the League of Villains' Vanguard Action Squad, as well as its de facto leader. After joining the League, Dabi killed over thirty people, garnering a reputation as a dangerous criminal and a mass murderer. Dabi has a practical handle on his powerful yet hazardous Quirk, which not only grants him control over his self-generated blue flames that are stronger than normal flames (which increase in temperature due to his hatred towards his father) but also proficient wide-range capabilities.

Dabi primarily fights from a distance, shooting fireballs, generating flamethrower attacks, and releasing bursts of fire at close range. His primary offense is using the brute force of his Quirk to overwhelm his enemies. Defensively, Dabi can burn away attacks and even generate massive firewalls to surround his targets. With this skill and power, he can incinerate an entire group of opponents in seconds. Overall, Dabi has the capacity and ingenuity to contend with many adversaries who outnumber him.

Dabi tortures Hawks

Dabi overpowers Hawks, the No. 2 Pro Hero, with ease.

The immense capabilities of Dabi's Quirk allowed him to repel the Bakugo Escort squad during the Vanguard Action Squad Invasion, fight off multiple Meta Liberation Army members and emerge unscathed, as well as extensively fight on par with Geten, one of the MLA's strongest members.[16][17] He even completely overpowered Hawks, the No. 2 Hero, primarily due to pyrokinetic Quirks being a significant weakness to Hawks' Fierce Wings. These feats are even more impressive as Dabi never relied on his Flashfire techniques in these encounters.

Dabi's Quirk finesse also enables him to fly and hover in the air, much like his father and youngest brother. In the Paranormal Liberation War, Dabi began utilizing his father's Flashfire Fist techniques in combat and was able to burn through Best Jeanist's Carbon Fibers instantaneously, overpower Nejire Hado of U.A's Big 3 members, and dominated Shoto, who was also using Flashfire Fist, in a battle of flames. The disparity in their abilities was so great Dabi could hold back and defeat Shoto with a single Jet Burn without killing him.

During the Final War, Dabi uses his Quirk at its maximum potential, posing a significant threat to the Heroes and, later, himself. In his rematch with Shoto, Dabi started frequently utilizing "Flashfire Fist" techniques but to little avail, as Shoto's newly acquired "Phosphor" ability enabled the Todoroki brothers to fight on even ground until Shoto successfully dominated Dabi with his new Ultimate Move, Great Glacial Aegir. Unexpectedly, however, Dabi underwent a tremendous change in power, similar to an Awakening, manifesting the ice capabilities of his mother's Frost Quirk, which was then used in conjunction with Dabi's Blueflame Quirk to reproduce Shoto's "Phosphor" Ultimate move, ultimately rejuvenating himself. Afterward, Dabi was transported away to the Gunga Mountain Villa Ruins to confront Endeavor, wherein the azur-pyrokinetic overpowered his father and continued to push his body to the limit, building up internal heat that was estimated to cause a self-destructive explosion with a blast radius of 5 kilometers (3 miles). The pending explosion was temporarily routed by the timely arrival of the other Todoroki family members: Rei, Fuyumi, and Natsuo. It took the combined ice Quirks of the latter three as well as Shoto's Phosphor-empowered Great Glacial Aegir to freeze over Dabi's inferno and defeat him for good, with Shoto admitting that he might not have been able to do it without his mother and siblings' help.

  • Pain Immunity: As told by Kyudai Garaki, Dabi's immolation as a child had caused severe damage to his body and nervous system, to the point where it is now difficult for his body to detect pain. This pain insensitivity is shown when a clone of Dabi barely reacts to Eraser Head breaking one of his arms. This condition allows Dabi to use his Quirk freely and ignore the potentially fatal burns it inflicts on his body, allowing Dabi to persist even when his body begins to burn away.[7][6]
  • Enhanced Durability: Despite his charred appearance, Dabi is fairly resilient. A noteworthy feat is that he survived being completely incinerated by his flames and spent three years comatose. Kyudai Garaki even found it amazing that Dabi could live into adulthood, despite only being given a month to live with his burned and ruined body.[6]
  • Cold Resistance: Dabi is resistant to extreme cold or ice-based attacks, a trait he inherited from his mother. This impermeability gave Dabi an advantage during his fights with Geten and Shoto.
  • Eidetic Memory: Dabi possesses a uniquely keen eyesight that enables him to copy any moves he sees fit to his needs without requiring special training. Having watched Endeavor over the years, Dabi was able to copy and utilize some of Endeavor's most powerful Ultimate Moves. Dabi's eidetic abilities were proficient enough for him to memorize and copy Shoto's "Phosphor", a technique that took Shoto several months of training to craft.
Dabi vs

Dabi psychologically engaging Tsukuyomi by questioning his reason for being a hero.

Keen Intellect: Dabi possesses good judgment and is very keen and observant of everything around him, whether reading someone's intentions or weaknesses. Dabi is also known for psychologically engaging enemies, questioning their motives and morality during combat. Trench warfare is an entirely tactical maneuver for buying time since it compliments Dabi's weakness of his flames hurting his body over time. When he first met Tomura Shigaraki, the pyrokinetic easily identified Tomura's personality instability. During the Vanguard Action Squad Invasion, he formed a plan having clones of himself, created by Twice, distract Eraser Head and Vlad King while simultaneously using his flames to trap numerous U.A. students in the The Beast's Forest. Dabi's machinations may have resulted in the Vanguard Action Squad suffering three casualties, but they ultimately accomplished the objective of capturing Katsuki Bakugo. In the course of the forest incursion, one of Dabi's clones saw through Eraser Head's stoic nature with just a glance. After the League captured Katsuki, Tomura wanted Dabi to remove Katsuki's restraints, but Dabi refused, knowing Katsuki would initiate a surprise attack once released, which was proven true after Twice removed Katsuki's restraints.

While battling Snatch on a highway, Dabi quickly deduced and exploited the limits of the Sand Hero's Quirk. With this exploitation and Mr. Compress' aid, Dabi expressed that the lingering flames would kill the compressed Snatch since the Pro Hero can only turn his upper body into sand. Once the Revival Festival was underway, wherein Geten ambushed him, Dabi, with a glimpse, assessed that the ice wielder was a strong adversary before their bout commenced. While overpowering Hawks at Gunga Mountain Villa, Dabi revealed that he had suspected the Wing Hero of being the P.L.F. traitor, so he chose not to trust Hawks the whole time they were acquainted. To ensure Twice's escape and knowing that he cannot contend with Hawks' speed, Dabi threw Hawks off-balance by announcing the hero's civilian name: Keigo Takami, despite that being classified information. Following Tsukuyomi's intervention, Dabi knew that the Jet-Black hero would try to make a swift escape, so he intentionally waned the potency of his blaze attacks to have enough energy for his new jet propulsion ability.

Dabi's most impactful form of guerilla warfare was when he had his pre-recorded backstory uploaded by Skeptic to be globally broadcasted while simultaneously revealing his true identity as Toya Todoroki to Endeavor and Shoto - with the video even including D.N.A. results that confirmed he is of Endeavor's blood. Other than explaining his abusive childhood, kinship to Endeavor, and Endeavor's ambitions, Dabi also confessed to orchestrating his father's encounters with Hood, Starservant, and Ending in his attempts to discredit his father, a fact that sent Shoto into a tearful rage. Another nail in the coffin was Dabi divulging a part of Hawks' history regarding the Wing Hero being both the son of a serial criminal, Takami, who Endeavor previously apprehended, and the one responsible for the deaths of Twice and Best Jeanist, as murder is an act that heroes don't commonly perform. These revelations were implemented to instill despair into Endeavor and strip people of their faith in heroes, both of which were successful.

Quirk

Prominence Burn (Dabi)

Dabi generating his Blueflames.

Blueflame ( (そう) (えん) Sōen?): Dabi's Quirk grants him the ability to generate and control highly destructive blue flames from his body. Originally orange and red, his Quirk turned blue after going through a growth sprout. He has very well-developed control of his flames and can project them far from himself and in large amounts. Furthermore, his flames possess greater firepower than his father, Endeavor's, Hellflame Quirk, and they become even stronger when Dabi feels strong emotions.[1] However, Dabi's body has a low tolerance for his flames due to inheriting his mother's resistance to freezing temperatures rather than his father's resistance to high heat, and he will get burned if he uses them for prolonged periods. It can also be very fatal if he increases the temperature to its highest.[4]

After being defeated in his second battle against Shoto, Blueflame's power increased, resulting in it manifesting the ice from his mother's Quirk, Frost, within itself. This power-up is described as something "different" to a Quirk Awakening, a burst of power that emerged when he is on the verge of death in an effort to help him survive his intense burns.[9]

Ultimate Moves

Flashfire Fist (Dabi's)

Dabi's Flashfire Fist.

  • Flashfire Fist ( (かく) (しゃく) (ねっ) (けん) Kaku Shakunekken?): Endeavor's signature technique, later passed down to Dabi himself. Dabi raises his fire's temperature to its highest level, maximizing his power. Doing so, Dabi can unleash devastating flame attacks or increase his speed dramatically.
    • Hell Spider (ヘルスパイダー Heru Supaidā?): Dabi shoots streams of fire from his fingertips, scorching his opponents. Unlike his father, Dabi performs this with less care and precision and on a larger scale.[18]
    • Jet Burn (ジェットバーン Jettobān?): This attack allows Dabi to shoot out a blast of fire at his desired target. This attack is quite powerful, as it was shown to wound Shoto, knocking him unconscious critically. Dabi used the move against his youngest brother during the war against the Paranormal Liberation Front. Unlike his father, Dabi only shoots his fire rather than making direct contact with his opponent.[19] However, during the Final War, Dabi uses it again against Shoto, this time in a punching form, similar to his father.[18]
    • Prominence Burn (プロミネンスバーン Purominensu Bān?): This attack allows Dabi to launch a massive, concentrated beam of fire from his entire body that can vaporize his target. Dabi nearly used this move at full power against Endeavor but was intercepted by the sudden arrival of Best Jeanist on the battlefield. With this move, Dabi reaches the peak of speed and temperature.[2]
    • Phosphor ( (りん) Rin?): Dabi copies Shoto's Ultimate Move, originally designed to combine his fire and ice into one attack, and instead uses it to reinvigorate himself and his flames after attempting to be cooled down by Shoto.[20]
  • Hell Minefield (ヘルマインフィールド Herumainfīrudo?): Dabi uses his Blueflame to push his flames underground, causing pillars of flame to surge out of the ground, burning anything in the way.[21]
  • Vanishing Fist (バニシングフィスト Banishingu Fisuto?): Dabi creates a giant fist of fire and then launches it at an opponent. Dabi exploded his right arm to perform this Ultimate Move.[9]

Stats

Power
 
4/5 B
Speed
 
3/5 C
Technique
 
3/5 C
Intelligence
 
3/5 C
Cooperativeness
 
4/5 B
Dabi's stats, according to the Ultra Archive Book

Power
 
4/6 B
Speed
 
3/6 C
Technique
 
2/6 D-
Wits
 
3/6 C
Mystery Factor
 
5/6 A
Dabi's stats, according to the Ultra Analysis Book

Power
 
4/6 B
Speed
 
3/6 C
Technique
 
2/6 D
Wits
 
3/6 C
Tenacity
 
6/6 S+
Dabi's stats, according to Hawks' Villain Report

Battles & Events

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Chapter Appearances

Appearances
U.A. Sports Festival Arc
22. That's the Idea, Ochaco Absent
23. Roaring Sports Festival Absent
24. Mad Dash and Knockdown Absent
25. In Their Own Quirky Ways Absent
26. Chase Down the Leader Absent
27. Earth-Shatteringly Fateful Negotiations Absent
28. Strats, Strats, Strats Absent
29. Unaware Absent
30. Cavalry-Match Finale Absent
31. The Boy Born with Everything Absent
32. Smile, Prince of Nonsense Land! Absent
33. Shinso's Situation Absent
34. Victory or Defeat Absent
35. Battle On, Challengers! Absent
36. Bakugo vs. Uraraka Absent
37. Midoriya and Endeavor Absent
38. Todoroki vs. Midoriya Absent
39. Shoto Todoroki: Origin Flashback
40. Emancipation Absent
41. Fight On, Ida Absent
42. Final-Match Time Absent
43. Todoroki vs. Bakugo Absent
44. Relaxing Day Off Absent
Vs. Hero Killer Arc
45. Time to Pick Some Names Absent
46. Bizarre! Gran Torino Appears Absent
47. Struggling Absent
48. Getting the Knack Absent
49. Midoriya and Shigaraki Absent
50. Kill 'Em Dead Absent
51. No, Knock It Off, Ida Absent
52. Hero Killer Stain vs. U.A. Students Absent
53. From Todoroki to Ida Absent
54. Re: Ingenium Absent
55. Conclusion?! Absent
56. Conclusion Absent
57. The Aftermath of Hero Killer Stain Debut
58. Internship's End Absent
59. Listen Up!! A Tale from the Past Absent
Final Exams Arc
60. Gear Up for Final Exams Absent
61. The Worst Combo Absent
62. Katsuki Bakugo: Origin Absent
63. Yaoyorozu Rising Absent
64. The Task at Hand Absent
65. Wall Absent
66. Midoriya's Observations Absent
67. Stripping the Varnish Appears
68. Encounter Appears
69. Interview with Midoriya Flashback
Forest Training Camp Arc
70. Wild, Wild, Pussycats Absent
71. Kota Absent
72. Day Two Appears
73. Good Evening Appears
74. Smoke Signal Clone
75. Stake Your Life, Hero! Absent
76. My Hero Absent
77. It's Okay Appears
78. Whirling Chaos Absent
79. Drive It Home, Iron Fist!!! Absent
80. Establishing the Bakugo Bodyguard Brigade Absent
81. Roaring Upheaval Appears
82. What a Twist! Appears
83. Loss Mentioned
Hideout Raid Arc
84. From Ida to Midoriya Appears
85. Nothing but Fools Appears
86. Before the Storm Appears
87. Clash Appears
88. All For One Absent
89. All for a Certain One Appears
90. Reach Out Appears
91. Symbol of Peace Mentioned
92. One For All Absent
93. One For All's Ember Absent
94. From Teacher to Disciple Appears
95. End of the Beginning, Beginning of the End Absent
96. Home Visits Absent
97. Tell It Like It Is, Mom Absent
Provisional Hero License Exam Arc
98. Moving into Dorms Absent
99. Goodbye Two-Digit Chapters, Hello Three Digits Absent
100. Creating Ultimate Moves Shadow
101. The Girl Called Mei Hatsume Absent
102. On Cloud Nine Absent
103. The Test Absent
104. White-Hot Battle! To Each Their Own Strengths! Absent
105. Shiketsu High Lurking Absent
106. Class 1-A Absent
107. Denki Kaminari's Thoughts Absent
108. RUSH! Absent
109. Rescue Exercise Absent
110. Rescue Exercise Continued Absent
111. Smoldering Start Absent
112. What's the Big Idea? Absent
113. Test's Aftermath Absent
114. Results' Aftermath Absent
115. Unleashed Appears
116. Meeting in Tartarus Absent
117. A Talk About Your Quirk Absent
118. Meaningless Battle Absent
119. Deku vs. Kacchan, Part 2 Absent
120. The Three Absent
121. Second Semester Opening Ceremony Absent
Shie Hassaikai Arc
122. A Season for Encounters Absent
123. Unrivaled Absent
124. Trouble Ahead!! Episode: Work Studies Absent
125. Overhaul Absent
126. Open Up, World Absent
127. Sir Nighteye and Izuku Midoriya and Mirio Togata and All Might Absent
128. Boy Meets... Absent
129. Eri Absent
130. Listen to the Truth Absent
131. Fighting Fate Absent
132. The Plan Absent
133. Catch Up, Kirishima Absent
134. Let's Go, Gutsy Red Riot Absent
135. An Unpleasant Talk Absent
136. Close at Hand!! Absent
137. Restraint!! Absent
138. Go!! Absent
139. Shudder! The Underground Labyrinth Absent
140. Suneater of the Big Three Absent
141. Hassaikai: Behind the Scenes Absent
142. Shield and Shield, Spear and Shield Absent
143. Let’s Rumble, Rappa!! Absent
144. Red Riot, Part 1 Absent
145. Red Riot, Part 2 Absent
146. Temp Squad Absent
147. Twoga!! Absent
148. The Anguish of Young Twoga Flashback
149. Don't Get Mad, Irinaka Absent
150. Mirio Togata Absent
151. Mirio Togata!! Absent
152. Lemillion Absent
153. Transform! Absent
154. Unforeseen Hope Absent
155. Saviors, the Saved and a Hero's Place Absent
156. The Power of Those Saved Absent
157. Infinite 100 Percent Absent
158. Chisaki's Warped Compassion Absent
159. It's Over!! Appears
160. Expressway Appears
161. Bright Future Absent
162. Suitable One Absent
Pro Hero Arc
184. Japanese Hero Billboard Chart Absent
185. Wing Hero: Hawks Appears
186. Endeavor and Hawks Absent
187. Flaming Roar! vs. Nomu: High-End Absent
188. Your Father, the Number One Hero Flashback
189. Why He Gets Back Up Absent
190. His Start Appears
191. Dabi, Hawks, Endeavor Appears
192. The Todoroki Family Mentioned
193. Vestiges Absent
Joint Training Arc
194. Cold Skies over U.A. High! Absent
195. Clash! Class A vs. Class B! Absent
196. Make It Happen, Shinso!! Absent
197. Quaotic Quirkstravaganza Absent
198. Know Where You Stand when It Counts!! Absent
199. Operation New Improv Moves! Absent
200. Clever Commander! Absent
201. Foresight Absent
202. Match 3 Mentioned
203. Flexible! Juzo Honenuki! Absent
204. Tuning Up Absent
205. Detour Absent
206. Match 3 Conclusion Absent
207. Early Bird! Absent
208. Match 4 Conclusion Absent
209. Match 5 Start Absent
210. The One For All Dream Absent
211. That Which Is Inherited Absent
212. That Which Is Inherited, Part 2 Absent
213. Realm of Souls Absent
214. Our Brawl Absent
215. Final Face-Off! Midoriya vs. Shinso! Absent
216. Class A vs. Class B: Conclusion! Absent
217. The New Power and All For One Absent
Meta Liberation Army Arc
218. The Meta Liberation Army Absent
219. Go, Slidin' Go! Absent
220. My Villain Academia Appears
221. Memento from All For One Appears
222. Tomura Shigaraki: Distortion Appears
223. Cockroaches Absent
224. Revival Party Appears
225. Interview with a Vampire Appears
226. Bloody Love Absent
227. Sleepy Appears
228. Wounded Soul Appears
229. All It Takes Is One Bad Day Absent
230. Sad Man's Parade Appears
231. Path Appears
232. Meta Abilities and Quirks Clone
233. Bright Future Mentioned
234. Destruction Sense Absent
235. Tenko Shimura: Origin Absent
236. Tenko Shimura: Origin, Part 2 Absent
237. Tomura Shigaraki: Origin Appears
238. Liberation Appears
239. Successor Absent
240. Power Appears
Endeavor Agency Arc
241. Do That Interview! Absent
242. Have a Merry Christmas! Absent
243. Off to Endeavor's Agency! Mentioned
244. Recommended Reading Absent
245. Rise to Action Appears
246. Message Flashback
247. Status Report! Absent
248. One Thing at a Time Absent
249. The Hellish Todoroki Family Pictured
250. Ending Mentioned
251. Just One Week Absent
252. The Unforgiven Mentioned
Paranormal Liberation War Arc
253. Shirakumo Absent
254. More of a Hero than Anyone Absent
255. Hero Hopeful Absent
256. The High, Deep Blue Sky Absent
257. Pass It Forward, to Whomever Absent
258. Friends Fantasy
259. A Quiet Beginning Flashback
260. Life's Work Absent
261. High-Ends Mentioned
262. Mirko, the No. 5 Hero Absent
263. I Wanna Be with You Guys!! Appears
264. One's Justice Appears
265. Villains and Heroes Appears
266. Happy Life Appears
267. Flames Appears
268. Scramble! Absent
269. The Three of Us Absent
270. Inheritance Absent
271. Dark Cloud Appears
272. Good Morning! Absent
273. The Thrill of Destruction Appears
274. Search Absent
275. Encounter, Part 2 Flashback
276. You Cheated...! Absent
277. Who...? Appears
278. Disaster Walker Appears
279. League of Villains vs. U.A. Students Appears
280. Red Riot, Part 3 Appears
281. Plus Ultra Absent
282. Footfall of Destruction Absent
283. 75 Appears
284. Deep Blue Battle Absent
285. Katsuki Bakugo Rising Absent
286. The Ones Within Us Absent
287. Mistake Appears
288. Save Takeo!! Appears
289. Miss Candid and Miss Shut-Away Appears
290. Dabi's Dance Appears
291. Thanks For Going Strong Appears
292. Threads of Hope Appears
293. Hero-Saturated Society Appears
294. Final Performance Appears
295. Tenacious Mentioned
296. Hellish Hell Appears
297. Tartarus Absent
298. Sounds of Collapse Appears
299. Like Those Tragic Tales Mentioned
300. The Hellish Todoroki Family, Part 2 Appears
301. The Wrong Way to Put Out a Fire, Part 1 Appears
302. The Wrong Way to Put Out a Fire, Part 2 Appears
303. Top Three Pictured
304. Izuku Midoriya and Toshinori Yagi Absent
305. Izuku Midoriya and Tomura Shigaraki Absent
306. The Final Act Begins Appears
Dark Hero Arc
307. Been a While!! Absent
308. Full Power!! Absent
309. Can't Be a Child Anymore Absent
310. Masters and Pupil Mentioned
311. Here We Go!! Mentioned
312. Hired Gun Absent
313. High-Speed Long-Range Mobile Cannon Absent
314. The Lovely Lady Nagant Flashback
315. Platitudes Absent
316. Your Turn Absent
317. Scars, Blood, Filth Mentioned
318. Reckless Fantasy
319. Friend Mentioned
320. Deku vs. Class A Absent
321. From Class A to One For All Absent
322. Great Explosion Murder God Dynamight Absent
323. That Single Step Absent
324. A Young Woman's Declaration Absent
325. The Bonds of One For All Flashback
326. Who Are You Really? Absent
327. Rest!! Mentioned
328. No Man Is an Island Absent
Star and Stripe Arc
329. In the Nick of Time, a Big-Time Maverick from the West! Appears
330. Me and Myself Absent
331. United States of America Absent
332. State-of-the-Art Hypersonic Intercontinental Cruise... Absent
333. Specter Absent
334. Parting Gift Absent
U.A. Traitor Arc
335. Zygotes Appears
336. Villain Mentioned
337. A Disposable Life Appears
338. The Story of How We All Became Heroes, Part 1 Absent
339. The Story of How We All Became Heroes, Part 2 Absent
340. The Story of How We All Became Heroes, Part 3 Pictured
341. The Story of How We All Became Heroes, Part -1 Appears
342. The Extreme Quiet Before the Storm Mentioned
Final War Arc
343. Let You Down Appears
344. Stars Appears
345. Division Appears
346. Super Hyper Unfair Broken Stage Absent
347. Inflation Absent
348. Unrequited Absent
349. Battle Flame Appears
350. Bound to a Fiery Fate Appears
351. Two Flashfires Appears
352. Ultimate Moves Appears
353. Endeavor Appears
354. Oopsie Daisy!! Mentioned
355. Extras Flashback
356. Regarding the Enemy Pictured
357. Wounded Hero, Burning Bright and True!! Mentioned
358. The Guy Who's Made Some Progress Absent
359. Place of Learning Absent
360. Despite It All... Absent
361. Abnormal Happenings Absent
362. Light Fades to Rain Absent
363. Those Who Defend, Those Who Violate Appears
364. Why We Wield Power Absent
365. No. 4 and No. 5 Absent
366. Full Moon Absent
367. Deku vs. All For One Absent
368. Rev Up, One For All Absent
369. A Chain of Events, Across the Ages Absent
370. HIStory Mentioned
371. Together with Shoji Absent
372. Naked Absent
373. Friends Flashback
374. Butterfly Effect Appears
375. Chaotic Confusion Appears
376. On Knife's Edge Appears
377. The Chain Thus Far Absent
378. The Story of How We All Became Heroes, Part 4 Absent
379. Hopes Absent
380. A Skosh Absent
381. Dark Appears
382. Don't Let Him Go Clone
383. Meek Spirits Mentioned
384. It's a Small World Absent
385. The Impulses of Youth Absent
386. I AM HERE Fantasy
387. Congealing Appears
388. Toya Appears
389. Assurance and Prayers Appears
390. Shoto Todoroki Rising Appears
391. Rejecting the World Appears
392. Villain Name Absent
393. A Girl's Ego Flashback
394. Ochaco Uraraka vs. Himiko Toga Flashback
395. Built Upon the Joy of Others Appears
396. Battle Without A Quirk Absent
397. Trash Cleanup Absent
398. Toshinori Yagi: Rising/Origin Absent
399. Organic, Mingling Clusters of Light Absent
400. Beyond Limits Absent
401. The Lunatic Absent
402. The Tearful Days Mentioned
403. The End of an Era, and... the Beginning Absent
404. We Love You, All Might!! Absent
405. The Final Boss!! Absent
406. Get a Grip on Your Quirk!! Absent
407. An Exceptional Child Absent
408. The Eyes Tell All!! Absent
409. Quirk: Explosion!! Absent
410. Farewell, All For One!! Mentioned
411. History's Greatest Villain Absent
412. History's Maddest Hero Absent
413. Leaden Mass Absent
414. Overlay Flashback
415. Rejection Absent
416. Wrench It Open, Izuku Midoriya!! Mentioned
417. Shimura Absent
418. Meek Spirits Vision
419. Design Absent
420. From Aizawa Absent
421. We Are Here Absent
422. Izuku Midoriya Rising Absent
423. One For All vs. All For One Absent
424. Epilogue Absent

Anime Appearances

Appearances
Season 2
14. That's the Idea, Ochaco Absent
15. Roaring Sports Festival Absent
16. In Their Own Quirky Ways Absent
17. Strategy, Strategy, Strategy Absent
18. Cavalry Battle Finale Absent
19. The Boy Born with Everything Absent
20. Victory or Defeat Absent
21. Battle on, Challengers! Absent
22. Bakugo vs. Uraraka Absent
23. Shoto Todoroki: Origin Flashback
24. Fight on, Ida Absent
25. Todoroki vs. Bakugo Absent
26. Time to Pick Some Names Absent
27. Bizarre! Gran Torino Appears Absent
28. Midoriya and Shigaraki Absent
29. Hero Killer: Stain vs U.A. Students Absent
30. Climax Absent
31. The Aftermath of Hero Killer: Stain Debut
32. Everyone's Internships Absent
33. Listen Up!! A Tale from the Past Absent
34. Gear up for Final Exams Absent
35. Yaoyorozu: Rising Absent
36. Stripping the Varnish Absent
37. Katsuki Bakugo: Origin Appears
38. Encounter Appears
Season 3
39. Game Start Absent
40. Wild, Wild Pussycats Appears
41. Kota Appears
42. My Hero Clone
43. Drive It Home, Iron Fist!!! Appears
44. Roaring Upheaval Appears
45. What a Twist! Appears
46. From Ida to Midoriya Appears
47. All For One Appears
48. Symbol of Peace Appears
49. One For All Absent
50. End of the Beginning, Beginning of the End Appears
51. Moving into Dorms Absent
52. Create Those Ultimate Moves Absent
53. The Test Absent
54. Shiketsu High Lurking Flashback
55. Class 1-A Absent
56. RUSH! Absent
57. Rescue Exercises Absent
58. Special Episode: Save the World with Love! Absent
59. What's the Big Idea? Absent
60. A Talk about Your Quirk Absent
61. Deku vs. Kacchan, Part 2 Absent
62. A Season for Encounters Appears
63. Unrivaled Absent
Season 4
64. The Scoop on U.A. Class 1-A Flashback
65. Overhaul Absent
66. Boy Meets... Flashback
67. Fighting Fate Absent
68. Let's Go, Gutsy Red Riot Absent
69. An Unpleasant Talk Absent
70. GO!! Absent
71. Suneater of the Big Three Absent
72. Red Riot Absent
73. Temp Squad Flashback
74. Lemillion Flashback
75. Unforeseen Hope Absent
76. Infinite 100% Absent
77. Bright Future Appears
78. Smoldering Flames Absent
79. Win Those Kids' Hearts Absent
80. Relief for License Trainees Absent
81. School Festival Absent
82. Prepping for the School Festival Is the Funnest Part Flashback
83. Gold Tips Imperial Absent
84. Deku vs. Gentle Criminal Absent
85. School Festival Start!! Absent
86. Let It Flow! School Festival! Absent
87. Japanese Hero Billboard Chart Appears
88. His Start Flashback
Season 5
89. All Hands on Deck! Class 1-A Appears
90. Vestiges Appears
91. Clash! Class A vs. Class B! Flashback
92. Make It Happen, Shinso! Absent
93. Operation New Improv Moves Absent
94. Foresight Absent
95. Match 3 Mentioned
96. Match 3 Conclusion Absent
97. Early Bird! Absent
98. That Which Is Inherited Flashback
99. Our Brawl Absent
100. The New Power and All For One Absent
101. Have a Merry Christmas! Appears
102. Off to Endeavor's Agency! Absent
103. One Thing at a Time Appears
104. Long Time No See, Selkie Absent
105. The Hellish Todoroki Family Flashback
106. The Unforgiven Pictured
107. More of a Hero Than Anyone Absent
108. My Villain Academia Appears
109. Revival Party Appears
110. Sad Man's Parade Appears
111. Tenko Shimura: Origin Flashback
112. Tomura Shigaraki: Origin Appears
113. The High, Deep Blue Sky Appears
Season 6
114. A Quiet Beginning Appears
115. Mirko, the No. 5 Hero Appears
116. One's Justice Appears
117. Inheritance Appears
118. The Thrill of Destruction Appears
119. Encounter, Part 2 Appears
120. Disaster Walker Appears
121. League of Villains Vs. U.A. Students Appears
122. Katsuki Bakugo Rising Appears
123. The Ones Within Us Appears
124. Dabi's Dance Appears
125. Threads of Hope Appears
126. Final Performance Appears
127. Hellish Hell Appears
128. Tartarus Appears
129. The Hellish Todoroki Family, Part 2 Appears
130. The Wrong Way to Put Out a Fire Appears
131. Izuku Midoriya and Tomura Shigaraki Appears
132. Full Power!! Absent
133. Hired Gun Absent
134. The Lovely Lady Nagant Flashback
135. Friend Fantasy
136. Deku vs. Class A Absent
137. A Young Woman's Declaration Flashback
138. No Man Is an Island Flashback
Season 7
139. In the Nick of Time! A Big-Time Maverick from the West! Appears
140. Specter Fantasy
141. Villain Appears
142. The Story of How We All Became Heroes Flashback
143. Let You Down Appears
144. Division Appears
145. Inflation Absent
146. Two Flashfires Absent
147. Extras Absent
148. Wounded Hero, Burning Bright and True!! Absent

Trivia

  • Dabi's official rankings in the Popularity Polls are as following:
    • Ranked 28th place in the 2nd Popularity Poll.
    • Ranked 34th place in the 3rd Popularity Poll.
    • Ranked 28th place in the 4th Popularity Poll.
    • Ranked 19th place in the 5th Popularity Poll.
    • Ranked 22nd place in the 6th Popularity Poll.
    • Ranked 16th place in the 7th Popularity Poll.
    • Ranked 11th in the 5th US Popularity Poll.
  • Dabi's real name, Toya, contains the kanji for "lamp" ( ?) and "arrow" ( ya?), and his alias translates to "cremation" (荼毘 dabi?).
  • In the Season 2 opening, "Singin' to the Sky" by Amazarashi, Dabi was shown as a silhouette foreshadowing his appearance to come.
  • Dabi favors his left-hand in battle.
  • Dabi can get carsick easily, as he stated to Spinner when the latter was not driving properly.[14]
  • Dabi is unable to cry since his tear glands are burned.[22] However, it's been shown that blood will still flow from them.
  • Dabi hates fish.[23]
  • Dabi shares his birthday with Moe Kamiji.
  • Dabi's Japanese voice actor, Hiro Shimono, also voices Susugu Mitarai.
  • Dabi can be considered a dark reflection of Shoto, as it's been implied that Shoto may have become just like Dabi if he couldn't forgive his father and let his burning hatred for Endeavor consume him as Dabi had done; Shoto himself noted this and it was the reason why he wanted to deal with Dabi himself.[24]
  • Dabi was born prematurely and was small throughout his childhood because of it until he went through a growth spurt.[1]
  • Dabi's flames were originally red like his father's, and they didn't turn blue until he hit puberty.
  • In Shoto's flashback of their childhood, Toya was shown to have white hair in the manga and crimson hair in the anime, though both versions later depicted him having white hair in the photo placed on his altar. This inconsistency was amended later on in the series, with it being revealed that Toya's hair was initially crimson but turned white as he grew older.
  • There were many hints in the story that Dabi was Toya Todoroki all along.
    • These include their similar appearance, as both Dabi and Toya have spiky hair and turquoise eyes.
    • Throughout the series, Dabi was shown to have acted as if he knew Shoto and Endeavor beforehand, the way he spoke to them, referring to them by their full names, also indicated that they had history.
    • Both Toya and Dabi's powers are identical, both having powerful fire-based Quirks that surpassed Endeavor's but a weak constitution and low tolerance for their own flames.
  • Dabi shares some features with Frankenstein's Monster from the 1931 movie Frankenstein.
    • Toya's skin attached with surgical staples and his body having been restored with regenerative tissues, leaving several scars around his body, is shared with the Monster's body being made out of several corpses.
    • Victor Frankenstein's lifelong pursuit to create his creature filled him with purpose and drove a series of feverish attempts to fulfill his dream. Something shared with Dabi's father who planned to have children in order to give a perfect match of Quirks in order to fulfill his dream to surpass All Might.
    • Ironically, Victor and Enji both yearned for their creations to fulfill their ambitions, only for said creations to turn on them after feeling rejected and become vengeful killers.
    • Dabi's introduction gesture in Chapter 191 looks like a mirrored version of Frankenstein's Monster's gesture with both hands standing close to his chest.

Quotes

  • (To the Vanguard Action Squad) "This will just be a signal fire. We'll fill those heroes full of holes... and put them in their place. All for a brighter future."[25]
  • (To Eraser Head) "Quite worthy of being an instructor at U.A. Ain't that right, hero? Is it cuz your students are so precious? Hope you got what it takes to protect them... See ya later."[26]
  • (To Vlad King) "Why not get cocky? You're playing right into our hands. The second you lost the initiative signaled your defeat. You've got the top hero-training academy, U.A., and the Symbol of Peace, All Might... the two most trusted foundations of our hero-based society. But now one mess after another is shaking that trust... don't you think that loss of faith will spread like wildfire throughout society? Think about it... how your careless administration keeps allowing attack after attack... you're so weak... you couldn't even stop a criminal organization from abducting your students."[16]
  • (To unnamed criminals) "If you're trash, at least burn and be kindling for my flames."[27]
  • (To Hawks)"The League? Shigaraki? I never gave a crap about them. A single person with a single conviction has the power to change the world. There are no true heroes. I plan to make Stain's will a reality. See ya, Hawks. Your life's another thing I don't care about."[22]
  • (To Shoto) "We might share the same blood... But we ended up real different! A warped rail can never mingle with a straight and narrow one! The limitations of super-powered society! That's us! You hear me?! Running in parallel but forever apart! Now burn to ash! Die for our sake!"[21]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 302.
  2. 2.0 2.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 291.
  3. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 290.
  4. 4.0 4.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 301.
  5. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 249 and Episode 105.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 350.
  7. 7.0 7.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 349.
  8. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 374.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 387.
  10. 10.0 10.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 390.
  11. 11.0 11.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 426.
  12. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 191 and Episode 90.
  13. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 72 and Episode 41.
  14. 14.0 14.1 My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 160 and Episode 77.
  15. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 293.
  16. 16.0 16.1 My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 82 and Episode 45.
  17. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 230 and Episode 110.
  18. 18.0 18.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 351.
  19. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 294.
  20. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 363.
  21. 21.0 21.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 352.
  22. 22.0 22.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 267.
  23. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 240 and Episode 112.
  24. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 298.
  25. My Hero Academia Anime: Episode 41.
  26. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 77 and Episode 43.
  27. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 115 and Episode 77.

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