Some Of The Antagonists Deserve Respect More Than The Heroes Do.
It cannot be denied that the League is responsible for unspeakable atrocities. However, they aren’t any worse than the heroes. According to a quote attributed to Shigaraki, “Heroes and villains both thrive on violence, but we’re still categorized.”
Despite his best efforts, Endeavor cannot make amends for the harm he has caused his family for generations. After Dabi exposed the horror Endeavor subjected himself and his brothers to as a child, he became perhaps the most prominent example of why society is losing faith in heroes.
The Majority Of Them Have Fascinating Backstories.
Some of My Hero Academia’s most intriguing characters are from the League of Villains. Shigaraki had a troubled upbringing in which he was abused by his father. When his peculiarity finally surfaced, his family ignored it, and he learned to embrace his penchant for destruction.
No one came to help Shigaraki when he was abandoned on the streets, but All For One took him in and brainwashed him into doing his bidding. In a similar vein, Twice was shunned by civilization and had to rely on his peculiarity to pass for human company.
Everyone In The League Is Looking Out For One Another.
It’s incredible that the League’s many prominent figures can get along so nicely with one another. All League members have each other’s backs. They are willing to sacrifice themselves for the sake of their team.
More than once, he went to great lengths to the point of death to protect his companions. They were the only ones who had ever treated him with respect and compassion.