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** On the inverted side, a lot of the already intense characters are given more depth to them. As said before Bakugou has his calm and thoughtful moments, Stain's motivation are much less BlueAndOrangeMorality, and Endeavor is made into a father desperate to impress his sone.

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** On the inverted side, a lot of the already intense characters are given more depth to them. As said before Bakugou has his calm and thoughtful moments, Stain's motivation are much less BlueAndOrangeMorality, and Endeavor is made into a father desperate to impress his sone.son.


* BrainwashingForTheGreaterGood: Envoked and defied. Momo asks Shinso to use his power to make her less social awkward. He wants nothing to do with it.

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* BrainwashingForTheGreaterGood: Envoked Invoked and defied. Momo asks Shinso to use his power to make her less social awkward. He wants nothing to do with it.


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* HomelessHero: Invoked. Midnight is driving by and sees Aizawa asleep on a bench in his trademark sleeping bag. She thinks he actually is homeless, but it turns out he's just camping out because he has to do some errands in the morning in the area.


* TheAce: Bakugou starts to become this as the series continued. Great with kids, master chef, could pick up any part-time job he had to, insect hunter master. This actually gets weaponized against him at one point as Class 1-A keeps manipulating him into helping set up a party.



* CommanderContrarian: Bakugou to the point Class 1-A weaponizes it. They tell him there is no way he can do something, and he immediatly does it. He's angry about it but can't stop himself.



* FamousLastWords: Stain tells Native to chose his last words carefully. And then tells him to do better as the ones he chose her bad. The comic ends with Stain judging Native's other attempts like it's a reality competition show, complete with judge's table.

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* FamousLastWords: Stain tells Native to chose his last words carefully. And then tells him to do better as the ones he chose her were bad. The comic ends with Stain judging Native's other attempts like it's a reality competition show, complete with judge's table.



** The Final exam arc becomes a Variety Show challenge.



* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef, and somehow popular with kindergartners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan. Stain has to work a horrible retail job, and is browbeaten by his manager.

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* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef, and somehow popular with kindergartners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan. Stain has to work a horrible retail job, and is browbeaten by his manager. Present Mic of all people is a Muay Thai boxer.



* LoveLetter: Toga writes a love letter to Stain. But it's Toga so it reads more like a prolonged death threat.

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* LoveLetter: Toga writes a love letter MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext: In-universe too! Izuku is trying to Stain. But it's Toga so it reads hunt for beetles. And finds Sato in his boxers while wearing a head piece to a Japanese rhinoceros beetle costume. Sato's tries to explain about how he needs sugar for his Quirk, but that only serves to make Izuku more like a prolonged death threat.hysterical about how little sense it makes.


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* MrExposition: Denki tries to be this, but completely sucks at it to the point Kirishima tells him to stop.


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* ProfessionalGambler: Recovery Girl as Denki and Mina found out to their horror. Their final exam was to win against her in Mahjong, and they only won through sheer dumb luck.


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* StandingInTheHall: Iida does this to himself, for something Aizawa doesn't even care about.


* LoveLetter: Toga writes one to Stain. But it's Toga so it reads more like a prolonged death threat.

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* LoveLetter: Toga writes one a love letter to Stain. But it's Toga so it reads more like a prolonged death threat.



* MundaneUtility: Momo does absurdly well on the physical test because her quirk lets her do things like "running" by using a scooter or "tossing" a ball with a cannon.

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* MundaneUtility: MundaneUtility:
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Momo does absurdly well on the physical test because her quirk lets her do things like "running" by using a scooter or "tossing" a ball with a cannon.



* PublicExposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a art model for a class. He's wearing shorts so that the manga's age rating doesn't have to be increased.

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* PublicExposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a an art model for a class. He's wearing shorts so that the manga's age rating doesn't have to be increased.



* SoulSuckingRetailJob: Stain works part-time in a convience store. It's so soul sucking that Kurogiri himself says that he would never be able to understand his suffering.

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* SoulSuckingRetailJob: Stain works part-time in a convience convenience store. It's so soul sucking that Kurogiri himself says that he would never be able to understand his suffering.



* WholesomeCrossdresser: See the above DraggedIntoDrag example. But Iida was also dragged into it. And even the guys had to say "Huh he actually looks pretty good".

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%% * WholesomeCrossdresser: See the above DraggedIntoDrag example. But Iida was also dragged into it. And even the guys had to say "Huh he actually looks pretty good".


* PublicExposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a art model for a class. He's wearing shorts as it's an all ages comic.

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* PublicExposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a art model for a class. He's wearing shorts as it's an all ages comic. so that the manga's age rating doesn't have to be increased.


* AdaptationalNationality: For the sake of a couple of jokes in the offical English Translation. When All-Might depowers back to Toshinori Yagi, it's shown that he looks like a short Minnesota father, complete with accent and mustache.



* FamousLastWords: Stain tells Native to chose his last words carefully. And then tells him to do better as the ones he chose her bad. The comic ends with Stain judging Native's other attempts like it's a reality show, complete with judge's table.

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* FamousLastWords: Stain tells Native to chose his last words carefully. And then tells him to do better as the ones he chose her bad. The comic ends with Stain judging Native's other attempts like it's a reality competition show, complete with judge's table.



** This becomes a running gag with Jirou, interjecting her own soap opera esque into arguments.

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** This becomes a running gag with Jirou, interjecting her own soap opera esque operaesque dialogue into arguments.



* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef, somehow popular with kindergardeners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan. Stain has to work a horrible retail job, and is browbeaten by his manager.

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* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef, and somehow popular with kindergardeners.kindergartners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan. Stain has to work a horrible retail job, and is browbeaten by his manager.



* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Bakugou and Kirishima, to the point Hanta jokes about "Trouble in paradise". Also a FandomNod to the popular pairing of the two.

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* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Bakugou and Kirishima, to the point Hanta jokes about "Trouble in paradise". Also a possible FandomNod to the popular pairing of the two.


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* PerpetualPoverty: Exaggerated with Uraraka but not by too much.


* BasementDweller: Stain in this Continuity, complete with angry rants on internet forums.



** On the hero side, Ojiro and Mineta usually get the short end of the stick, the former because of his generic design and personality and the latter because of his perverted behaviors. Both traits are amped UpToEleven in this manga.

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** On the hero side, Ojiro and Mineta usually get the short end of the stick, the former because of his generic design and personality and the latter because of his perverted behaviors. Both traits are amped UpToEleven in this manga. For the pro-heroes you also have Endeavor who's attempts to impress Shoto keep blowing up in his face. One time literally when there was a gas leak. Zigzagged with Mt. Lady as a bunch of thing happen to her, but some good things happen as well sometimes at the same time.



* FamousLastWords: Stain tells Native to chose his last words carefully. And then tells him to do better as the ones he chose her bad. The comic ends with Stain judging Native's other attempts like it's a reality show, complete with judge's table.



** On the inverted side, a lot of the already intense characters are given more depth to them. As said before Bakugou has his calm and thoughtful moments, Stain's motivation are much less BlueAndOrangeMorality, and Endeavor is made into a father desperate to impress his sone.



* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef, somehow popular with kindergardeners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan.

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* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef, somehow popular with kindergardeners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan. Stain has to work a horrible retail job, and is browbeaten by his manager.


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* SoulSuckingRetailJob: Stain works part-time in a convience store. It's so soul sucking that Kurogiri himself says that he would never be able to understand his suffering.
* TalkingDownTheSuicidal: Mt. Lady manages to spot and stop a man who was about to jump.



* AchievementsInIgnorance: The narration explains during Quirk Apprehension Test that Ochaco power actually removes the influence of Space-Time from any object she uses it on as gravity is caused by the warping of Space-Time. At least according to the theory of relativity. It goes on to say that for once science could measure gravity and time without any outside influences. And then it goes on to say that they'll never realize this.
* AnythingThatMoves: Mineta admits he would sleep with Recovery Girl in the present day as "From the cradle to the grave".



* BlackComedyRape: Not quite rape, but the implications were there. After the Tournament Recovery Girl said that she was going to have to give Izuku a very special kiss, as she closes the curtains.
* BirthdayEpisode: Habuko enlists the help of Class 1-A to throw a birthday party for Tsuyu. She's happy that they all came together for her to the point she doesn't have the heart to tell her that her birthday is in February.
* BrainwashingForTheGreaterGood: Envoked and defied. Momo asks Shinso to use his power to make her less social awkward. He wants nothing to do with it.



* CornerOfWoe: Present Mic goes into one when no one wants to get lunch with him. The punchline to the strip is Aizawa yelling at him for taking up his usual napping corner.

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* CornerOfWoe: Present Mic goes into one when no one wants to get lunch with him. The punchline to the strip is Aizawa yelling at him for taking up stealing his usual napping corner.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: Turns out it's not all about the money as Mt. Lady claims. In one comic saving someone's life is Priceless. In a more humerious punchline, she wants to die despite the fact that her WardrobeMalfunction means she's more popular then ever.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: EveryoneHasStandards: Turns out it's not all about the money as Mt. Lady claims. In one comic saving someone's life is Priceless. In a more humerious humorous punchline, she wants to die despite the fact that her WardrobeMalfunction means she's more popular then ever.



** This becomes a running gag with Jirou, interjecting her own soap opera esque into arguments.



* GenreShift: In-Universe during the Sports Festival. The Cavalry Battle becomes a Baseball Shonen manga arc.

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* GenreShift: In-Universe during the Sports Festival. The Cavalry Battle becomes a Baseball Shonen manga arc.manga.



* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan.

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* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef.chef, somehow popular with kindergardeners. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan.



* ManipulativeEditing: The end result isn't seen. But Jirou records a heated argument between Shoto and Bakugou out of revenge for them getting thousands of internship offers when she got zero. Not helping matters is exact wording of what their yelling at each other.



** Izuku manages to perfectly use all of his research to tell a father what exactly his son wants for his birthday.

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** Izuku manages to perfectly use all of his hero research to tell a father what exactly his son wants for his birthday.

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* WholesomeCrossdresser: See the above DraggedIntoDrag example. But Iida was also dragged into it. And even the guys had to say "Huh he actually looks pretty good".


* DraggedIntoDrag: Happens to Midoriya, Satou and Mineta when they help Midnight with a charity event.

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* CornerOfWoe: Present Mic goes into one when no one wants to get lunch with him. The punchline to the strip is Aizawa yelling at him for taking up his usual napping corner.
* CountryMouse: Downplayed with Mt. Lady. The only high school that would take her after her quirk manifested was an Agricultural High School in Hokkaido as she was an insurance liability.
* DraggedIntoDrag: Happens to Midoriya, Satou and Mineta when they help Midnight with a charity event.
* EnsembleDarkhorse: In-universe Tokoyami becomes this for the UA Sports Festival as he protects Momo's modesty before what is the entire world.
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Turns out it's not all about the money as Mt. Lady claims. In one comic saving someone's life is Priceless. In a more humerious punchline, she wants to die despite the fact that her WardrobeMalfunction means she's more popular then ever.



* GagDub: In-universe. Jirou starts making up her own dialogue during the Battle Trial Arc as they don't have audio. Apparently Bakugou and Iida have a torrid love affair that's on the rock and resulted in a child. Who is also the bomb they need to guard.

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* GagDub: In-universe. Jirou starts making up her own dialogue during the Battle Trial Arc as they don't have audio. Apparently Bakugou and Iida have a torrid love affair that's on the rock and resulted in a child. Who is also the bomb they need to guard. Later on Denki joins her.



* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef.

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* GenreShift: In-Universe during the Sports Festival. The Cavalry Battle becomes a Baseball Shonen manga arc.
* HandWave: After reduced to nothing but dust during the Tournament arc, Kirishima was saved by Recovery Girl "did something or other to bring him back."
* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef. Ochaco is a massive Baseball fan.



* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: Bakugou and Kirishima, to the point Hanta jokes about "Trouble in paradise". Also a FandomNod to the popular pairing of the two.



** Izuku manages to perfectly use all of his research to tell a father what exactly his son wants for his birthday.
** Mt. Lady was the most popular girl as her Agricultural High School because she could move livestock like most people would move their phone.



* WardrobeMalfunction: Mt. Lady has one when she has to use her untested new outfit when her usual one is still at the cleaners.



--> Saving a life: Priceless

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--> Saving a life: Priceless


* Public Exposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a art model for a class. He's wearing shorts as it's an all ages comic.

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* Public Exposure: PublicExposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a art model for a class. He's wearing shorts as it's an all ages comic.


* AssShove: Denki gets this courtesy of Mina who needed to plug in an appliance and Jirou was already using his nose for her boombox.



* Flanderization: Everyone's more embarrassing qualities are heightened here, from Midoriya's fanboyism (which gets into some creepy levels in some chapters) to Bakugo's anger issues (though oddly enough, he's more nuanced in this version, often showing a more emotional and caring side.)

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* Flanderization: {{Flanderization}}: Everyone's more embarrassing qualities are heightened here, from Midoriya's fanboyism (which gets into some creepy levels in some chapters) to Bakugo's anger issues (though oddly enough, he's more nuanced in this version, often showing a more emotional and caring side.)



* GagDub: In-universe. Jirou starts making up her own dialogue during the Battle Trial Arc as they don't have audio. Apparently Bakugou and Iida have a torrid love affair that's on the rock and resulted in a child. Who is also the bomb they need to guard.



* HiddenDepths: Bakugou of all people is an amazing chef.
* HorribleHollywood: Of sorts. There's a comic about the parties the Heroes go to and the sheer amount of pressure and expectations that everyone is under at them and in the hero business is.
* LoveLetter: Toga writes one to Stain. But it's Toga so it reads more like a prolonged death threat.



* Public Exposure: Bakugou needs money fast so he signs up to be a art model for a class. He's wearing shorts as it's an all ages comic.
* ShipTease: Everywhere. It helps that the series is completely non-canon.



* TalkingYourWayOut: Uraraka does this to Iida in the Heroes vs. Villains exercise, where she takes advantage of his method acting and convinces him to give up because his motivations are flawed.

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* TalkingYourWayOut: Uraraka does this to Iida in the Heroes vs. Villains exercise, where she takes advantage of his method acting and convinces him to give up because his motivations are flawed.flawed.
* TooMuchInformation: What is pretty much everyone's reaction to All-Might describing what it's like to punch a Nomu in it's brain.
* ThePiratesWhoDontDoAnything: What the League of Villains pretty much gets up to in the comic.
* WorthIt: In a serious and heartwarming manner. A comic lists all the damages that Mt. Lady has to pay for because of her powers. The final panel is her saving a suicidal man from jumping.
--> Saving a life: Priceless


* ButtMonkey: Kurogiri gets this treatment often in parts focused on the Villain Alliance, most noticably when he plays the King's game with Shigaraki, Toga and Dabi.

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* BlackComedy: The manga tends to make fun of some rather serious events in the original manga. For example, chapter 71 has Todoroki making a light joke about the fact that his ''mom burned him with scalding water.''
->'''Todoroki:''' ''[Wistful after eating apple pie]'' I wish I'd had a mother who baked pies... instead of my face.
->'''Everyone else:''' Aww, Todoroki!!!
* ButtMonkey: Kurogiri gets this treatment often in parts focused on the Villain Alliance, most noticably noticeably when he plays the King's game with Shigaraki, Toga and Dabi.Dabi.
** On the hero side, Ojiro and Mineta usually get the short end of the stick, the former because of his generic design and personality and the latter because of his perverted behaviors. Both traits are amped UpToEleven in this manga.


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* Flanderization: Everyone's more embarrassing qualities are heightened here, from Midoriya's fanboyism (which gets into some creepy levels in some chapters) to Bakugo's anger issues (though oddly enough, he's more nuanced in this version, often showing a more emotional and caring side.)


* AlternateContinuity: The series has many examples of alternate events from the main story, such as Midoriya and Uraraka winning the Heroes vs. Villains exercise by Uraraka convincing Iida to give up, or Bakugou [[spoiler: escaping his capture by the Villain Alliance]] by beating them in a game of Life.

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* AlternateContinuity: The series has many examples of alternate events from the main story, such as Midoriya and Uraraka winning the Heroes vs. Villains exercise by Uraraka convincing Iida to give up, or Bakugou Bakugo [[spoiler: escaping his capture by the Villain Alliance]] by beating them in a game of Life.

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* FurryReminder: Froppy's Frog quirk has its drawbacks in the main series too, but it's taken even further here, where she tries to hibernate under a tree during the Christmas special.

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