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Enji Todoroki, better known by his superhero alias, Endeavor, is currently Japan’s most popular celebrity. He challenged his offspring to become even more heroic than their great father, All Might. His drive to succeed led him to be cruel to his family and distant from his friends and colleagues.
Even while he still had followers, Endeavor pretended he didn’t see them and would occasionally sneer at them. Inasa Yoarashi, a would-be hero, is turned against him and his family because of his character. It was so bad that it turned his eldest son, Touya, into a bad guy.
Laundry Hero: Wash
Wash sees himself as a benevolent, family-friendly hero who helps people in need. While Wash excels at providing backup, he often rushes into dangerous situations where his Quirk isn’t a strength.
Wash’s courage in the face of danger is admirable. As a result of having to protect himself or navigate around the bubbles he makes to entrap villains, he may also make life tough for other heroes. While his effervescence is undeniably robust, too. It’s not known if, even with their Quirks, they’ll be able to survive being stabbed by one of the many criminals out there.
Mt. Lady is a popular pro-hero who stands out due to the devastation she produces in battle and her intense rivalry with Kamui Woods. She is one of the first heroes the audience sees at work, therefore she should have a good sense of responsibility.
Unfortunately, Mt. Lady is shown to be lethargic outside of the physical components of hero work, therefore she isn’t very sensible in hero work. Despite the fact that her job is more prestigious than police employment, she still views it as a popularity battle at heart.
When it comes to her job and her teaching at U.A. High, All Might is a hero who lacks an appreciation for nuance. The bar he set for heroes was so high because of the position he put himself in. Before he finally lost One For All, it was tough for him to even try to meet them.
He believes that his successor, Izuku, and others should be able to meet or exceed them. This causes him to be held in more esteem than others in the same profession but with similar ability.