Wolfram is a tall, bulky man with dark red hair and yellow eyes. Dark patches of face paint cover his mouth, nose, and extend across his right eye, and there is also a scar on his left cheek.
Wolfram wears a large, white coat with gray cuffs and trimmings. He also sports combat gear that his entire squad wears, including combat boots, dark pants and a combat vest. He covers his hands with brown gloves and sports a metallic mask that covers his scars.
Wolfram is an avaricious and manipulative Villain who will crush anything or anyone to get what he desires. He desires money and works as the leader of a troupe of thieves. They even masqueraded themselves as fake villains for hire to earn the trust of David Shield, just so they could steal his invention.
Wolfram cares little for anyone other than himself. He tries to kill his employer, Sam, even after the latter kept his end of their agreement. Wolfram looks down on others and enjoys taunting them. With help from All For One, Wolfram believed he could defeat the No.1 Hero All Might. He enjoys tormenting people by mocking their heroic decisions or inflating their villainous ones.
Overall Abilities: Wolfram's abilities are largely unknown, however, All For One was willing to entrust him with a muscle enhancing Quirk. This suggests that All For One expected Wolfram to fully succeed in stealing the Quirk Amplification Device, but the heist was a failure thanks to the unanticipated actions of U.A students and All Mights unannounced visit to I-Island.
- Leadership Skill: Wolfram is the leader of a small team of Villains who he was able to decisively organise for his heist, each one performing their role and orders as instructed. His subordinates were not only confident in Wolfram’s leadership and plan, but were able to fight on par with the prodigal students of Class 1-A for a short time.
- Tactical Skill: Wolfram showed strategic intellect by hiring skilled personnel for his heist, most importantly in the form of an unnamed hacker who took control of I-islands security systems. This was accomplished by having his hired crew pretend to be fake Villains for hire in order to steal the Quirk Amplification Device. In combat Wolfram has also shown his tactical intellect by applying his skills as a con artist to hinder his opponent’s decision making, taking advantage of their mistakes he catches them off guard with a bombardment of attacks.
- Con Artist: Wolfram was able to pass himself and his subordinates off as a group of fake Villains for hire. His ability to deceive, influence and manipulate being displayed by how he swindled both Sam and David Shield by taking advantage of both individuals emotions.
- Anonymity: David and Sam didn't recognize Wolfram as an actual Villain. This suggests that Wolfram has taken steps to ensure that he has stayed under the radar. After the chaos he caused on I-Island, he has most likely lost this advantage.
Metal Manipulation (
Muscle Augmentation (
Handgun: Wolfram carries a loaded handgun with him.
Quirk Amplification Device: A headset that drastically increases the strength and range of the wearer's Quirk. Wolfram stole it from David and used it to boost his own power. It was destroyed after Wolfram's battle against All Might and Izuku Midoriya.
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- ”Wolfram” is the German name for Tungsten, which is a reference to his metal-based Quirk.
- The nature of Wolfram's Metal Manipulation Quirk bears a striking resemblance to the Polarity Semblance of Pyrrha Nikos from RWBY, as both abilities require some initial physical contact for an object to be manipulated.
- Wolfram's voice actors, Rikiya Koyama and Keith Silverstein, also voiced Deep Sea King from One Punch Man.
- Wolfram shares his birthday with Inko Midoriya and Christopher Skyline.