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    In General 
  • Badass Teacher: A requirement, because all of the teachers at U.A. are Pro Heroes who are fully capable of kicking Villain ass.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: U.A.'s faculty is entirely composed of Pro Heroes, but they're all extremely quirky individuals. For instance, Present Mic is a Large Ham with a grudge against Neil Patrick Harris and Midnight is an S&M-themed Hero.
  • Fantastic Racism: Even U.A. isn't totally immune to prejudice against aliens. The zero-pointer robot in Testing Facility B is modeled after Starro the Conqueror, the most evil of all evil aliens that Earth knows and the proctors of the entrance exam grumble and mutter about themselves when Midoriya's alien status is brought up. Nedzu and All Might seem to be the only ones who don't display this in any shape or form, but they don't chastise their co-workers for this either.

    Toshinori Yagi - All Might 
See his entry on this page.

    Shouta Aizawa - Eraserhead 

Shouta Aizawa - Eraserhead
A teacher at U.A. He's better known as the Underground Hero, Eraserhead. He teaches history and is also Class 1-A's homeroom teacher.

His Quirk, "Erasure", allows him to nullify the control others have over their Quirks with a glance. But it only works so long as he's staring at them and blinking even once will dispel the effect.

  • Abled in the Adaptation: Thanks to Katana's assistance, Aizawa gets through the USJ arc with fewer injuries than he did in canon.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: In this story, Aizawa really was lying about wanting to expel someone in order to push everyone to do their best at his test (though he still would have expelled someone if they showed absolutely no skill). However, this ends up being Outdated by Canon with the reveal in chapter 254 that Aizawa never actually expelled anyone.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: He's dating Emi Fukukado in this story, whereas he just found her annoying in canon.
  • Adaptational Wimp: Of a sort. Aizawa doesn't appear to be any weaker than his canon self, but since Quirks aren't the only superpowers in this setting, there are far more situations where his Quirk would be ineffective.
  • Apathetic Teacher: Played with. He refuses to put up with his Wacky Homeroom when he doesn't have to, getting into his sleeping bag between classes and leaving the menial work to Yamashiro. He is serious about his students' behavior and their performance, threatening to expel anyone who doesn't meet his standards and continually pushing them to new heights.
  • Celebrity Is Overrated: He actively shuns the media as it gets in the way of his work. Without his goggles, Aizawa is virtually unrecognizable to even super hardcore fans like Midoriya.
  • Dating Catwoman: To an extent, as he's dating a Vigilante, who are technically criminals.
  • Deadpan Snarker: His dialogue is filled with dry snark, particularly around his co-worker and former classmate Present Mic.
    All Might: Oh, Aizawa-kun! Sorry about that. I meant to get here on time, but there was a bank robbery, then there was a near car crash, then there was a murder of crows stuck in a well-
    Aizawa: Aren't you supposed to be doing less work?
  • The Eeyore: This man is a buzzkill, always reminding his students of the harsh realities of Hero work and that there's work to be done.
  • Introverted Cat Person: When he hears that Bakugou has a cat named Dexter, he orders him to show off pictures of the cat lest he be saddled with a month of cleaning duty. Aizawa even gets out of his sleeping bag to gaze at pictures of the cat.
  • Lazy Bum: He shoves as many of his responsibilities as he can on his clearly inexperienced teaching assistant and needs to have his own coffee poured down his throat. He also gets dragged into class by his sleeping bag and is incredibly apathetic when things aren't directly related to Hero work. When he first rises from his bag, he's immediately mistaken for a zombie.
  • Messy Hair: Adding to his Lazy Bum image, his hair is always long and disheveled unless he has to style it.
  • Named by the Adaptation: His capture weapon is called Gleipnir in this story, after the magical rope used to bind the wolf Fenrir in Norse Mythology.
  • Official Couple: With Emi Fukukado.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: He's so obscure that Midoriya doesn't recognize him until he gets his class schedule. It's justified by his tendency to operate at night and his distaste for mass media.
  • Power Nullifier: His Quirk allows him to nullify the activation of other Quirks by taking away control of the target's Quirk Factor. It doesn't work on mutation-type Quirks because they're always active and it's useless against Metahumans and magic users.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes glow red while his Quirk is active.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the Blue Oni to his more enthusiastic coworkers like All Might and Present Mic, acting as the dour and stern foil to their Large Ham and idealistic tendencies.
  • Scarf of Asskicking: He's constantly wearing his capture device, a long scarf made of a special carbon-fiber alloy that he can seemingly manipulate at will to form Instant Knots.
  • Seriously Scruffy: His hair is always a mess unless he has to attend a press conference and he's quite serious about his work.
  • Sink-or-Swim Mentor: He has expelled entire classes for not meeting his standards and makes Mineta believe he failed to make an example of him due to the latter's poor physical condition. He also says that if he were the one designing the test, he'd have made an obstacle course including things like sharks with laser cannons attached to their heads.
  • Situational Sword: Aizawa's Quirk, while extremely useful, only works on other Quirks, making it completely useless against Metahumans or magicians. It also doesn't work on mutant-type Quirk users because their Quirk Factors are always active. He's frustrated to add another thing to his list of things he can't use his Quirk on when it fails to work on Midoriya.
  • Stern Teacher: He's a teacher with incredibly high standards and low tolerance for those who don't meet them, once expelling an entire class for failing to live up to his standards.
  • Training from Hell: Aizawa's vision of an obstacle course-style exam probably wouldn't fly at any real-life institution.
    Aizawa: If I wanted to seriously test you, I'd put you through something far more elaborate. It'd probably be spread around the whole school, there'd be spikes jutting out of walls and the ground, and there'd also be shark tanks. Or fire. Or both. I'd probably do both. What were my notes, Yamashiro?
    Yamashiro: You did, in fact, talk about using both. There was also mention of finding a way to attach laser beams to the heads of the sharks.
    Aizawa: Right, forgot about that one. There was some kind of logistics problem with it-
    Yamashiro: The sharks would bite off someone's hand.
    Aizawa: Well, it was all hypothetical, anyway. But to reiterate, if I was really going to kick someone out, I'd do it for failing something designed to actually challenge them, not something as basic as this.
  • Tough Love: He's brutal, but fair. He expects nothing but the highest performances from any of his students and despises naivete and arrogance.

    Hizashi Yamada - Present Mic 

Hizashi Yamada - Present Mic

An English teacher at U.A. and a Pro Hero known as Present Mic. He's also the main proctor and announcer for the U.A. Entrance Exam. His Metahuman ability allows him to project his voice across long distances and turn it into a powerful sonic weapon that can make others' ears bleed. He can even flawlessly imitate other people's voices.

  • Adaptational Superpower Change: Present Mic's powerset is attributed to a Metagene rather than a Quirk. While the main abilities are the same, he can also perfectly imitate other people's voices.
  • Butt-Monkey: Kids and teachers alike disrespect him because of their preference for the Music Meister.
  • Cool Shades: Wears orange shades everywhere.
  • Gratuitous English: His "YEEEEEAAAAAAAAHS!" are shouted in English. He also curses out Neil Patrick Harris/the Music Meister over being liked more than him as an announcer. Fittingly, he also teaches English.
  • Heroes "R" Us: He has his own radio show that Midoriya listens to every week for inspiration.
  • Large Ham: Present Mic is excitable and almost always shouting. He clearly takes joy in his role as the controller of the Starro robot and takes every opportunity to be as hammy as possible.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: His Metahuman power lets him amplify the volume of his voice, letting him blow out people's eardrums to subdue them.
  • The Man Behind the Man: Present Mic was controlling the Starro robot during the entrance exam.
  • No Respect Guy: He's frequently belittled by his co-workers, who drill him over revealing the rescue point portion of the U.A. Entrance Exam on two separate years and unfavorably compare him to the Music Meister.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: While several of the other U.A. teachers are referred to by their surnames in the narration, Yamada is only referred to as Present Mic by everyone except Nedzu.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: He's the Red Oni to Aizawa's blue, as the far more energetic and upbeat of the two.
  • Superhero Sobriquets: He's known as the "Voice Hero".
  • Voice Changeling: His Metahuman ability lets him do this, as shown when he changes his voice to match Starro's.

    Principal Nedzu 

Principal Nedzu
The principal of U.A. High School. He's an unusual rat-like creature whose Quirk, "High-Spec", gives him Super Intelligence.
  • Amplified Animal Aptitude: His Quirk grants him Super Intelligence. He used to work with another similarly intelligent animal, Bobo, better known as Detective Chimp, a detective on par with Batman.
  • Animal Superheroes: He's a Pro Hero like the rest of his faculty and has even worked with Wonder Woman in the past.
  • Anthropomorphic Transformation: In addition to giving him Super Intelligence, Nedzu's Quirk morphed his body to make him anthropomorphic.
  • Big Good: While All Might is The Paragon, Nedzu is formally this due to being the principal of one of the most prestigious Hero schools in the world. He's also the only member of the faculty aside from All Might who doesn't seem to harbor any prejudices against aliens.
  • Character Filibuster: Nedzu can drone on and on at the drop of a hat, happily recalling an adventure he went on with Detective Chimp that began with their breakfast in London and ended with them sealing off the entrance to the Underworld and getting pecks on the cheek from Wonder Woman.
  • Character Tics: He has a habit of going off on tangents when he's trying to explain things, often rambling about his old adventures until he picks up where he left off.
  • Fully Dressed Cartoon Animal: He's fully clothed and some kind of rat, bear, or dog... thing.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: He has a scar running across his right eye.
  • Hero of Another Story: His various Character Filibusters imply that he saved the world multiple times while working with Detective Chimp.
  • Manipulative Bastard: A benevolent one. He placed All Might in charge of Mirio's homeroom explicitly to introduce the two of them to get All Might to make a decision about One For All. He also pushes Tamaki into the role of a mentor for Midoriya in hopes that the two of them will bond and work out each other's issues.
  • Meaningful Name: Nedzu's name is a pun off the Japanese word for rat, "Nezumi". It also refers to his past as a lab rat.
  • Noodle Incident: A Running Gag is his Character Filibusters turning into this; he'll start off talking about something mundane he did with Detective Chimp, the narrative will cut away from it, and then he'll suddenly be talking about how the two of them worked with another Hero to save the world.
  • Private Detective: He used to work at a detective agency in England with Detective Chimp.
  • Putting the "Pal" in Principal: He's fair, reasonable and free from discrimination. He also has no problems with approving Midoriya's application to U.A. after seeing the kind of person he is at the entrance exam.
  • Readings Are Off the Scale: He has a 6/5 in his official intelligence rankings and is close friends with Detective Chimp, who is a member of Mensa, making him smarter than 98 percent of people on Earth.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's kind, free from discrimination against aliens, and happy to heap praise on those who live up to their heroic ideals. Even his knowledge of Midoriya's heritage doesn't dissuade him from approving his application to U.A. or congratulating him on being the top incoming freshman.
  • Rugged Scar: He has a nasty scar going across his eye, implying that he was heavily experimented on for his Quirk.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: Doesn't wear them, but his Quirk's name, High Spec, evokes this.
  • Surveillance as the Plot Demands: He oversees Testing Facility B during the U.A. Entrance Exams with the cameras littered throughout the place.
  • Super Intelligence: His Quirk. In his home series, this made him the single most intelligent being on the planet, but it's unknown how he stacks up against super geniuses like the Luthors.
  • Viewer Species Confusion: Invoked. He's the page image for this trope, as he even lampshades himself: no one is sure if he's a dog, a mouse, or a bear.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: In chapter 13, Nedzu chews All Might out for being too indecisive about whether or not he'll make Mirio his successor.


A Hero with a ghostly motif and U.A.'s mathematics teacher. His ability, "Clones", allows him to create copies of himself.
  • Badass Longcoat: Wears a heavy trenchcoat that goes past his knees when in costume.
  • Conspicuous Trenchcoat: Wears one as part of his Hero Costume.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: He has a creepy looking Glasgow Grin and a ghostly Hero name, but he's a Pro Hero and a teacher.
  • Glasgow Grin: Has one, showing a mouth full of white teeth. He apparently doesn't even need to open his mouth to speak.
  • Handicapped Badass: He lost his leg in a fight with a Villain in the past, leading him to get a prosthesis.
  • Self-Duplication: His ability allows him to create duplicates of himself.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent?: Ectoplasm apparently has a strange accent that makes it hard to understand him. This is shown in the story by having all of his words written without spaces.

    Nemuri Kayama - Midnight 

Nemuri Kayama - Midnight

A provocative S&M themed Hero who teaches Modern Hero Art History. She specializes in using sleeping magic to subdue her foes.

    Sekijirou Kan - Vlad King 

Sekijirou Kan - Vlad King

A blood-themed Hero who teaches the science courses at U.A. His Quirk, "Blood Manipulation", allows him to manipulate blood.

  • Bad Powers, Good People: He has the ability to manipulate and weaponize blood, but he's a superhero and a teacher at a school for superheroes.
  • Bilingual Bonus: His surname means blood in Turkish.
  • Bloody Murder: He can manipulate blood at will with his Quirk.
  • Heroic Build: He's almost as big and burly as All Might.
  • Irony: Midoriya mentions that Vlad King worked with Oracle to take down Count Dracula, who drinks blood.
  • Meaningful Name: His surname is the Turkish word for blood. His name also contains the kanji for "vessel", "red", and "love", terms associated with the heart, which pumps blood. His Hero Name, Vlad King, is also a reference to Vlad the Impaler, the infamous prince of Wallachia who inspired Dracula.
  • Our Vampires Are Different: Despite his vampiric theme, Hero Name, and fangs, he doesn't have any of the other traits associated with vampires.
  • Red Is Heroic: He's a Pro Hero and his costume is blood red.
  • Required Secondary Powers: Midoriya says it only makes sense for him to be the science teacher as a Pro Hero whose Quirk lets him manipulate blood.

    Tatsu Yamashiro - Katana 

Tatsu Yamashiro - Katana

Eraserhead's new teaching assistant. A licensed Hero from America, she did most of her work in the United States and other western countries before winding up at U.A.

  • Absurdly Sharp Blade: Both of her katanas are sharp enough to slice through a liquid metal combat robot as if it were made of tofu. She also has no issues using the ceiling of the cafeteria for a Blade Brake, easily digging both swords into it. Her swords are also shown to easily slice through as many as four people at once in a single stroke.
  • Action Girl: As a licensed Hero who wields two katanas, she's bound to be this.
  • Adaptational Early Appearance: In the comics, Katana isn't involved with Superman until he's an adult.
  • Bandage Babe: Courtesy of the Sarashi.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her open jacket and sarashi leave her midriff bare for Mineta and Kaminari to leer at.
  • Blade Brake: Yamashiro quickly halts her movement by digging her blades into the ceiling when she's knocked skyward by Mei's robot.
  • Captain Patriotic: Her mask bears the colors of the Japanese flag. Taniguchi calls her outfit, "a Japanophile's wet dream."
  • Composite Character: Of different versions of herself. Her physical appearance is based on how she's been depicted ever since the New 52, primarily Suicide Squad (2016). However, she wields a sword other than the Soultaker Sword, which was something that was part of her character before Flashpoint. Her awkward personality is written akin to the protagonist of Komi Can't Communicate, as admitted by the author.
  • Cool Mask: The top of her face is covered by a white Noh mask, referencing her most recent appearances in the comics and in Suicide Squad (2016).
  • Cool Sword: Her Soultaker Sword is able to rip the souls from its victims and is magically enchanted to be indestructable. Both it and its twin are able to easily slice through metal.
  • Cool Teacher: While she's horribly awkward and rather bad at her job, she genuinely wants to see her students succeed. She's determined to stop Mei's robot because it threatened the snacks Yamashiro planned on giving to 1-A and is a rather gentle person in private.
  • Dual Wielding: Wields both the Soultaker Sword and, presumably, its powerless twin.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: Arrives in class with an open leather jacket and dark leather pants.
  • Implausible Fencing Powers: At USJ, a horde of Villains all aim their gun-like Quirks at her and effortlessly cuts down their projectiles. She also slices through multiple people at once in a single stroke.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: After spending most of her time as a bumbling teacher with crippling shyness, she quickly shifts into no-nonsense killing machine who cuts down anyone she perceives as a threat to 1-A at USJ.
  • Literal-Minded: When Aizawa asks Yamashiro to take note of something, she actually pulls out a notepad and starts writing stuff down.
  • Made of Indestructium: Her Soultaker Sword is magically enchanted to be completely unbreakable, even warding off the effects of Shigaraki's Quirk.
  • Mama Bear: She's furious when 1-A gets warped away by Kurogiri's Quirk and quickly dives into the League's ranks to cut them down. By the time she's done, Aizawa has to stop her because she's slicing at air after cutting through almost everything the League had to throw at her until Shigaraki summons the Noumu.
  • Master Swordsman: She's a brutally effective swordswoman who can do everything from cut down bullets to cutting down multiple people in a single stroke, turning the League's ranks into mincemeat when they underestimate her.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her bare midriff, slim but curvaceous physique, and preference for leather are a huge turn on for both guys and girls in 1-A and Taniguchi calls her a Japanophile's wet dream.
    Mineta: Hey! Ms. Yamashiro's body appeals to everyone, regardless of their fetish!
  • Mysterious Past: Her backstory is so vague and ill-defined that even Midoriya doesn't recognize her and wonders if she was a criminal. Aizawa is legally bound not to reveal anything beyond the fact that she's from America and a licensed Hero. It works to her advantage at USJ, as the Villains have no information on her either and underestimate her.
  • No Social Skills: She greets her class in a clearly stilted and robotic fashion as she reads from flash cards, showing that she isn't used to being in social situations.
    Yamashiro: Good morn-Good afternoon, students, pause for response. My name is Tatsu Yamashiro, and I will be assisting Mr. Aizawa for the duration of the school year, hold for applause. Since this is the first day of school for both of us, we should use this as a chance to get to know one another and establish our bonds for the rest of the year, hold for applause. Please talk amongst yourselves while enjoying soda and cookies at your leisure, gesture to snack tray. [gestures to nothing and realizes that she forgot the snack tray]
  • Noodle Incident: In chapter 13, Yamashiro's reasoning for why the class needs to put the class president to a vote devolves into her talking about the time she decapitated a dictator while he was on his bidet with a glass of wine and a prostitute.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: At the USJ, she becomes completely confident when the League of Villains attacks.
  • Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: Drops one while preparing to tear the League a new one at USJ.
    Yamashiro: Eraserhead, these people have no idea who I am. [draws her swords] Help me paint them a picture, would you?
  • Sarashi: Wears one across her chest.
  • Skilled, but Naïve: She's a skilled warrior who can easily chop up combat robots and Villains alike, but she's totally out of her element in a classroom setting, constantly gets lost in U.A.'s halls, and is too nervous to ever hold a decent conversation.
  • Spin Attack: She jumps up into the air and spins her swords around to knock down the Villains approaching her at USJ.
  • Stealth Expert: She apparently has the ability to completely mask her presence from others.
  • Tranquil Fury: She's outwardly calm and even quips while facing off against the Villains at USJ. But she's so furious at them for threatening 1-A that she doesn't even realize that she's cut down all of their Mooks already until Aizawa informs he she's slicing at air.
  • Underestimating Badassery: She's written off by the League because none of them know about her Mysterious Past. Their opinion quickly reverses once they see her cutting through their ranks and nearly takes off Shigaraki's head with disturbing ease.
  • Your Soul Is Mine: Her katana, the Soultaker Sword, is able to rip the souls from the bodies of its victims. Aizawa warns his class not to get killed by her but refuses to elaborate otherwise.


A teacher at U.A. who overlooks the rescue exercises.

Custodial Staff

    "Hana Aoi"/Kaori Kagayaki 

"Hana Aoi"/Kaori Kagayaki
Click here to see her as Kaori Kagayaki 
A devoted janitor at U.A. Midoriya runs into her after running off to take a breather when Nedzu called him on stage to make a speech.
  • Age Lift: A teenager in her original series, but an adult here.
  • The Cameo: She's only around briefly in Chapter 9 to give Midoriya someone to talk to before his friends catch up to him.
  • Composite Character: She's an ordinary janitor by day, but she seems to have ulterior motives akin to her counterpart the Zookeeper, hiding white hair underneath a wig and having an agenda that involves fooling the Japanese government.
  • Day in the Limelight: She takes center stage in the sidestory, "The Daily Struggles of U.A. High School Janitor Hana Aoi, Age 32, Blood Type O, Three Sizes Moderately Satisfying, Part 1".
  • First-Person Smartass: She tries to be as upbeat and empathetic as possible, but she finds herself agreeing with her boss' negative opinion of Heroes on occasion.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Her ability lets her clean stuff really, really well. She can also clean robot limbs so well that the robot can't register them as detached, keeping them from returning to the main body.
  • I Need a Freaking Drink: After a trying first day of school, Aoi wants nothing more than to kick back and relax with an ice-cold beer.
  • Meaningful Name: Her real name, "Kaori Kagayaki," is this. "Kaori" is the Japanese word for "scent" and "Kagayaki" is the Japanese word for "sparkling," meaning both words reference her job as a janitor and her unspecified "Cleaning Power."
  • Mundane Made Awesome: Her life is surprisingly action-packed for a janitor. In the sidestory, "The Daily Struggles of U.A. High School Janitor Hana Aoi, Age 32, Blood Type O, Three Sizes Moderately Satisfying, Part 1", she has a sixth metal plunger to deal with explosive diarrhea and has to deal with Mei's runaway robot with Yamashiro.
  • The Real Heroes: She's content to help keep up U.A.'s facilties to support the next generation of Heroes rather than be one herself.
    Aoi: Supporting people who keep the world spinning is what makes janitors janitors, after all.
  • Too Much Information: She runs off to clean some (literally) explosive diarrhea on the third floor of the school, which Midoriya wishes he didn't hear.
  • Transplant: She was originally the female protagonist of Horikoshi's previous work, Oumagadoki Doubutsuen, where she was a zookeeper. Here she's a loyal janitor at U.A.

    Josefumi Mitsuhide 

Josefumi Mitsuhide

Aoi's supervisor at U.A. He despises Heroes and Heroes-in-Training despite working at the best Hero school in the country.
  • In-Series Nickname: "Miichi."
  • Jerkass Has a Point: He hates having to do things for the Pro Heroes at U.A. because they should be competent enough to handle their own problems. To one extent or another, he's right, as poor Yamashiro can't even find her way around the school, much less teach well.
  • Mean Boss: He chews out Aoi for having a ten-second conversation with Midoriya and refuses to let her have a five minute break after she spent 30 minutes cleaning up explosive diarrhea. He doesn't even give her the time of day when she helps stop a rampaging robot in the cafeteria.
  • Original Character: One of the few characters with no basis in either part of the crossover.
  • Two First Names: Both "Josefumi" and "Mitsuhide" are Japanese given names, and Mitsuhide isn't one that's known to be both a given name and a family name.

Other U.A. Affiliates

    Chiyo Shuuzenji — Recovery Girl 

Chiyo Shuuzenji — Recovery Girl
The school's resident nurse. Her Quirk, "Heal", speeds up the recovery of injuries of her patients.
  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: This story gives her a connection to Bakugou, with her being the one to heal him after his accident.
  • Brutal Honesty: Bluntly tells a four-year-old Bakugou that he should give up on being a Hero because of the injuries he sustained. However, she later apologizes for it when they meet up again in the present day.
  • Good Is Not Soft: See Brutal Honesty above.
  • Healing Hands: Her Quirk, "Heal", speeds up the recovery time of people she kisses at the cost of their stamina.
  • Jerkass Realization: Sometime between Bakugou's accident and their reunion in chapter 12, Recovery Girl came to the realization that she was too harsh on Bakugou and apologizes to him (there's an implication that All Might's own situation helped influence that).
  • Meaningful Name: Her name contains the characters for "discipline", "provide", "healing" and "virtuous". All of which can connect to her personality and Quirk. Her first name, "Chiyo," sounds like chiyu (治癒), meaning "healing", which also explains her Quirk working via a Magic Kiss, or chuu. The "Shuuzen" in her last name is also homophonous with "repair" (修繕).
  • The Medic: She's the school nurse with the power to heal. You have to expect she's this.
  • Miniature Senior Citizens: One of the oldest members of the school and naturally short in stature.

    Lunch Rush 

Lunch Rush
The cook responsible for providing nutritious and delicious meals at affordable prices to U.A.'s student body.

    The Music Meister — Neil Patrick Harris 

The Music Meister — Neil Patrick Harris

A former U.A. teacher who's hated by Present Mic, for some reason.

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