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Sir Nighteye is incredibly powerful as All Might’s sidekick, although his Foresight Quirk doesn’t actually improve his fighting skills. He initially wrote off Deku as an inept user of All Might’s Quirk, but after witnessing the young lad in action, he changes his mind.
Nighteye is wary of using Foresight without good cause because he understands the inextricable connection between his ability and his mental state, which is something that other Pro Heroes don’t even consider when planning their strategies.
Mirko’s Rabbit Quirk doesn’t come with a lot of fancy extras. She can kick and leap like a leporine, but with enough force to destroy entire buildings and amputate High-End Nomus’ head.
People who don’t know Mirko well may misinterpret her stubborn personality as arrogance, but her formidable strength more than makes up for it. Ignoring Mirko’s blatantly direct mannerisms, nothing can stop her from saving the lives of the helpless, even if it costs her own.
No one in My Hero Academia is more qualified to lead than Eraser Head, who has never shown any interest in being in charge. Eraser Head could have been one of the greatest Pro Heroes of his time, but instead he has chosen to devote his life to training the heroes of the future.
He is the homeroom teacher for pupils in Class 1-A, and he has them go through a rigorous routine that molds them into individuals with extraordinary potential. The fact that Eraser Head keeps fighting even after being hurt is a testament to his unwavering commitment and fortitude.
When discussing Gran Torino with Deku, All Might gets the chills. So it’s understandable that the latter would be nervous about training with the old hero. At first, Gran Torino poses as a frail old guy to make Deku feel more at ease.
But the aging hero shows his real colors in no time. Validating All Might’s concerns by repeatedly slapping his oblivious student across the room. Gran Torino is an exceptional educator because he teaches Deku how to govern One For All just like he taught All Might many years ago.
Even if Endeavor is the most famous hero in Japan, he will never be able to compare to All Might. However, he is working hard to overcome his many flaws and grow into a more admirable person and hero.
The skills of Endeavor are unequaled. His unrivaled might is reflected in the name of his Quirk: Hellflame. After All Might’s retirement, the onus is on Endeavor to prove himself worthy of leadership. But he digs himself out of the emotional mire and steps up.