There are a lot of useful and funny quirks in the world of My Hero Academia. But when it comes to superheroes, some quirks are better than others.
In simple terms, quirks are powers that give people special or even superhuman abilities.
Here are the five most devastating eccentricities from My Hero Academia.
New Order (Star and Stripe)
When the user establishes two rules, within certain constraints, New Order is effectively activated. Next, by touching their prey while calling its name, they are able to affect its current state.
At one time, America’s greatest Pro Hero, Cathleen Bate, possessed this potent Quirk. During the Star and Stripes arc, she put them to use in battle against Shigaraki and All for One.
All For One (All For One/Tomura Shigaraki)
The character in All For One used this Quirk to give himself a name. He can also steal and use the Quirks of other people because of this ability. Moreover, he can give these quirks to anyone he wants.
One For All (All Might/Izuku Midoriya)
Because of their ability to pass on their Quirk, the members of One For All have amassed tremendous reserves of power.
While characters like All Might can use the Quirk to unleash devastating attacks. Izuku Midoriya also owns One For All at the moment. Among all the MHA series, this is undeniably one of the best quirks.
Decay (Tomura Shigaraki)
One of the most lethal Quirks in combat is decay. As an added bonus, the user can now destroy anything or anyone he comes into contact with.
Moreover, Shigaraki, the series’ antagonist, can destroy multiple cities with a single use of Decay. Weaknesses like this don’t come up very often in MHA, but they’re there.
Overhaul (Kai Chisaki)
During the Shie Hassaikai arc, former Yakuza boss Kai Chisaki made extensive use of his special ability. He can also dismantle anybody or anything he comes into physical contact with. A single touch from him is all it takes to wipe out his opponents using his overhaul ability.