After the climactic mid-season finale of Season 6 of My Hero Academy, it’s time for heroes and villains to count the losses they suffered in the Mystical Liberation War. Both sides suffered casualties in the all-out battle that ended with Shigaraki Tomura/All For One’s escape, but not before he inflicted heavy damage on the heroes and tarnished their reputations. in the eyes of the world of My Hero Academia.
My Hero Academia is one of the longest and most intense stories in My Hero Academia. It culminates with an assault of Japan’s professional Heroes assembled against an alliance of villains known as the Mystic Liberation Front. The heroes split into two teams: one, led by zero. 1 Pro Hero Endeavor, attacks Jaku Hospital to prevent Shigaraki from awakening with his full power; other, led by no. 2 and no. 4 heroes, Hawks and Edgeshot, attack the secret base of the Mystic Liberation Front in the Gunga Mountains. The heroes’ plan was to surprise the villains and capture them all in one raid, but Shigaraki’s awakening and Gigantomachia’s raw power turned the battlefield into chaos.
Midnight Is Just One Of Many Fallen Heroes
On the heroes’ side, the first victims of the battle occurred during the Jaku Hospital raid. Thanks to Mirko’s efforts, it seems that Shigaraki’s awakening was prevented before his new body was completed. However, My Hero Academia’s hero X-Less makes a mistake and destroys an unidentified machine, creating an electrical discharge that awakens Shigaraki. The first victim was the X-Less himself, followed shortly by Crust, who sacrificed his life to save Eraserhead, fully aware that his Quirk was the only thing that could stop his fearsome Quirk Decay. Shigaraki. A Pro Hero seen in Stain, Native, and another named Funkman were later confirmed to be among the victims.
In the mountains of Gunga, the first victim was Eel Boy, a hero capable of sprouting giant eels from his hands. He quickly moved to catch Mr. Compress and Himiko Toga, but was stabbed in the back of the head by the last surviving copy of Twice. However, most of the casualties occurred after the Gigantomachia began to move in My Hero Academia, at the behest of master Shigaraki. The most famous victim was Midnight, one of the teachers at UA High School, who tried to use his Somnambulist powers on Machia but was attacked by Mr. Compress repelled, before being ambushed and killed by a group of criminals. The students later find her body in the woods and mourn their teacher, whose last words are to ask Yaoyorozu to create a powerful anesthetic to stop Machia’s rampage. . Also lost was Majestic, who helped keep the students safe.
Twice is the only villain to die
On the villain side, the only victim is Twice. Heroes follow a policy of avoiding lethal force, which is why the Hawks’ decision to kill Twice at the start of the battle is so controversial. However, the villain’s Quirk, Double, was able to turn the tide of battle in an instant, overwhelming the heroes in sheer numbers, resulting in the Hawks’ unfortunate pick. In the end, nineteen Professional Heroes died in battle, while 16,929 soldiers of the Mystic Liberation Army were captured. Sadly, Tomura escapes with the rest of the high-ranking Nomus Near, while the heroes must deal with the dramatic aftermath of this battle in the second half of the game. My Hero Academy Season 6.
season 6 of My Hero Academy currently streaming on Crunchyroll.