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Team Indestructible

     Izuku Midoriya 
The protagonist of the story. Like in canon, he is one of the 20% that is Quirkless and finds himself unable to apply for a hero school because of it. Upon finding an advertisement for a Quirkless hero, he meets Mei Hatsume and the two partner together to prove that quirks are not required to be a hero.

  • Achievements in Ignorance: Downplayed. He knew he was going to pass the Support Course with ease but he didn't know how easy it would be. He legitimately thought there was another part to the test after he was finished.
  • Adaptational Intelligence: While he wasn't dumb in canon, this version of Izuku easily passes the exam for the Support Course without knowing he'd done it.
  • Badass Normal: He may not have a Quirk but his gadgets (and armor) more than make up for it. He got to the finals of the Sports Festival without using the armor. Granted the tournament part had him fighting individuals who weren't the most impressive combat wise but still.
  • Batman Gambit: In chapter 6, he manages to buy time for Asui by acting as if he has a Quirk that kills anything he touches. It only works for a moment but that's all that Asui needed.
  • Bi the Way: He's bisexual and has had Ship Tease with Tsuyu, Mei and was heavily implied to be in a relationship with Bakugou when they were kids. However, Izuku has said he "wouldn't be bisexual for just anyone" indicating a preference for women.
  • Blood Knight: Downplayed. When he's about to die to villains in the USJ, Izuku feels a dreadful calm... as well as an exhilarated edge because he's fighting villains like a hero! He's even smiling while this is happening. Played straight when he finds a kinship with Tsuyu but eventually deconstructed. His attempts to get a power high are off-putting to his partner, breaks his promise to Eri because of it, winds up destroying a construction area and if he was facing off against a more amoral villain then Gentle, would have died because of it.
  • Character Development: He goes from the Only Sane Man in Project: Indestructible who just wants to be a hero to save others to a Blood Knight who views the most important part of being a hero is getting his high off fighting villains.
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: Zigzagged. He makes several dirty plays throughout the Sports Festival, including allowing Mineta to get away with sticking the headbands to his head and getting outside help to defeat Shinsou but because no one catches him out, he's allowed to move on. Then he gets disqualified in his fight against Todoroki... because he had outside interference for that match.
  • Cowardly Lion: he'll easily put his own life on the line for the sake of others but he seems to have a habit of being unable to stick up for himself when someone's treating him unfairly. He seems to breaking out of this habit though.
  • Cyborg: Izuku becomes this in chapter 22.
  • Daddy Issues: His father left when he was diagnosed quirkless and he eventually finds out that he was just an accident that his parents made while drunk.
  • Defeat Means Friendship: Befriends Todoroki after their fight in the Sports Festival.
  • Dream-Crushing Handicap: Zigzagged. His status as Quirkless seemed to be this which is precisely the reason Mei Hatsume only sought out Quirkless people like him. So that he could prove being Quirkless wasn't something that prevented him from being a hero.
  • Fan Boy: Just like in canon, Izuku is one of heroes and Quirks in general. When he wants nothing more than to get back to work, Power Loader just has to mention that Thrteen will be at the USJ to get him to co-operate.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride. Izuku has a tendency to put too much confidence in Indestructible and as such usually never takes the easy way out. In his fights against Endeavor and All Might, Izuku ignores Sagan's advice to Attack Its Weak Point and loses because of it. This nearly ends up killing him because of his belief that Indestructible could tire Stain out. He can't and the only reason he's not dead because of it is because Stain believed him to be a true hero.
  • Fetish: Women with muscular backs.
  • First Kiss: Well, we know it wasn't Recovery Girl who gave him his first kiss but over than that Izuku refuses to talk about it. Comments from Hisashi in chapter 13 imply that Bakugou was his first but midoriya quickly says that it was just a peck on the cheek so it may not count.
  • Freak Out!: Has this reaction after electrocuting the Sludge Villain, meeting All Might and All Might running out of time all in quick succession.
  • Friendship Denial: Downplayed. Him and Bakugou aren't friends. At least not anymore. He repeatedly denies it when both Mitsuki and Kirishima include him as Bakugou's friend. Despite this he still brings Kirishima to Bakugou's house to cheer him up but he's doing it more for Kirishima's sake than either his or Bakugou's.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Due to spending time with Mei, Izuku seems to have picked up a few things in the engineering department and he's the one to make the Shock Gloves work.
  • Gag Penis: According to the rumors it's bigger than Mineta and if it had one of it's own, Bakugou would still be jealous. Well so says Ojiro anyway.
  • Groin Attack:
    • He's on the receiving end of one when Mei accidentally knees him in the crotch in chapter 6.
    • He's on the receiving end of another when during his and Bakugou's fight in chapter 7.
    • In chapter 15 he's finally on the giving end of this when he delivers a brutal kick to Bakugou's balls after he allowed Midoriya a free hit.
    • He attempts this on the winged Noumu but it doesn't have any genitals so it fails.
    • Kouta attempts to give him one like in canon, only this time Kouta hurts his hand because Izuku had started wearing protection after the one Bakugou gave him in chapter 7.
  • Heartbroken Badass: Being dumped by your crush who then proceeds to bully you for the next 11 years for the reason that pretty much comes down to "being born wrong" is bound to cause some problems.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Does one of the non-fatal variety in chapter 43 when he gets Todoroki to capture Yoarashi instead of taking the capture himself. However, given that Todoroki had already captured one person and he hadn't, it really was the only option to ensure either of them passed.
  • Lightning Bruiser: Indestructible as shown in it's fight against Todoroki. It's speed is compared to Iida, is tough enough to tank all of Todoroki's ice attacks and is strong enough to break through an ice wall that could "stop a car".
  • Like Father, Like Son: Despite Izuku's vehement denial, the party at the Yaoyorozu estate shows there are some parallels between him and his father. Both had a father who disappeared on them, had consumed alcohol when they were underage and in an act of Alcohol-Induced Stupidity engaged in sexual acts with someone that they really weren't close to and never intended to be this close. Granted instead of sex, he just got a handjob/blowjob by Hagakure but it says something when Mei Hatsume turns out to be more Above the Influence than you are.
    • Hisashi brings this up with Izuku while they talk in the aftermath of his fight with Gentle, proclaiming that he's a "monster" and Izuku is one too due to being his son. Izuku is horrified and disgusted by this, denying it vehemently.
  • My God, What Have I Done?:
    • Has this reaction when the consequences of exposing Bakugou hits him with full force.
    • He has this reaction a second time when his arrogant Blood Knight tendancies caused him to reduce a construction site to ruins and break a promise to Eri.
  • Only Friend: While she doesn't say it, Blacksmith's comments indicate that for a while Izuku was her only friend until she got to U.A.
  • Powered Armor: He is the one who pilots the Indestructible armor.
  • Refusalof The Call: All Might offers him one For All but he refuses given that having a Quirk would completely undermine everything he and Mei have strived to accomplish.
  • Running Gag: His huge penis. It gets even worse when Ojiro sees it and starts spreading rumors.
  • Scars Are Forever: He ends up with some facial scarring after confronting the Sludge Villain. He does have the opportunity to get plastic surgery but decides that the scars make him "look like a badass" instead.
  • Shock and Awe: Both Indestructible and the Shock Glove allow Izuku to utilize electricity.
  • Spanner in the Works: His denial of All Might's offer effectively shuts down All For One's plans regarding him and Mei.
  • Super Strength: The Shock Gauntlets can hit hard enough to easily break the old Support record... as well as izuku's arm.
  • Super Speed: The power boots grant Izuku this. Though Izuku's narration is unreliable, they did allow him to briefly overtake All Might (even if All Might was holding back). Although they can make him run fast, they can't exactly make him stop fast.
  • Super Toughness: Indestructible can easily tank any attack Todoroki throws at him... Well with his cold side anyway.
  • Taking Youwith Me: Izuku's only hope to win against Todoroki was to send them both flying out the arena and make sure Todoroki hit the ground first.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: His reaction to Bakugou trying to reconcile with him after bullying him for 11 years.
  • Unwitting Instigatorof Doom: His decision to release the video of his last fight with Bakugou has a bigger effect than he expected. Kirishima is utterly heartbroken and this affects his performance in the tournament as well as get into a fight with Bakugou. This in turn affects Bakugou's performance and he easily gets curb-stomped by Tsuyu which causes an upset in Project: Indestrucible's fanbase because had hyped up Bakugou to be his Final Boss before getting into the Hero Course. These events cause him to have a bit of a crisis.

     Mei Hatsume 
The deuteragonist of the story. She's the brains behind Project: Indestructible. Because of how science stopped advancing with the advent of Quirks, Mei doesn't hold a high opinion of Quirks. In fact the entire reason she needed a Quirkless Hero was to show how the power of science could trump these new superpowers. With Izuku, she finally is able to make her dream a reality and work towards advancing science. She also has some genuine beef towards Endeavor for some reason.

  • A God Am I: In the first chapter she outright asks Izuku if he's ready to worship her as his god.
  • Adaptational Dye Job: In canon Mei has purely pink hair but in this fic, she is described as having strawberry blonde hair.
  • Adaptational Angst Upgrade: Not much is actually known about Mei's background in canon but as this story is just as much hers as it is Izuku's we learn that she was raised by a parent who was still pining over another women instead of her mother, said parent held a grudge against the number 2 hero which rubbed off on her, had to leave her home because her dad couldn't afford to pay the bills and because Poor Communication Kills ended up trying to get revenge on said hero's entire family.
  • Ascended Extra: She is a minor character in canon who occasionally makes an appearance every now and again. Here she's the Deuteragonist.
  • The Atoner: After Izuku quits and she realizes how much of a monster she was being, Mei gives Izuku the rights to Indestructible and the blueprints to maintain it before tearfully breaking down in front of him in an attempt to make up for her actions.
  • Blackmail: She has this habit whenever she finds herself in a position of power that she can abuse. She blackmailed All Might to give them a good word in U.A. in exchange for not revealing his secret and more recently Nezu into protecting Team: Indestructible after revealing just how large her fanbase has gotten since the Sports Festival.
  • Blatant Lies: Come on, she absolutely didn't bribe Midnight so that Midoriya could face Bakugou in the finals, come on. Midoriya needing to pose for some pictures dressed as a maid that midnight will receive is just a pure coincidence.
  • Break the Haughty: Izuku quitting after she said "good" to Todoroki losing his Quirk really left an impact on her. She locks herself in her room and refuses to speak to anyone. It only gets worse when Blacksmith tells her the full story about him and Rei.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Mei spends the four hours of her day that requires her to go to class just sleeping and it shows in her grades. Despite this, she is easily one of the smartest characters in the story.
  • Brutal Honesty: Mei has a tendency to speak her mind like when Iida apologizes to her in chapter 20:
    Mei: For what? Ditching me because you had raging murder-boner for Stain? Don’t be. I would have done the same.
  • Damsel in Distress: Becomes this when Stain finally puts his plan into action.
  • Easily Forgiven: Played with. Izuku does forgive her pretty quickly considering her actions towards him and what pushed him over the edge. However, she did give him the rights to the armor, the blueprints to maintain it and she tearfully breaks down in front of him. In the end it takes remembering how horrible it felt exposing Bakugo to forgive her.
  • Fatal Flaw: Pride. She refuses to let anyone help her because they 'aren't qualified enough'. The moment she swallows her pride, things immediately start looking up and Project: Indestructible is able to leave their mark on the Sports Festival despite losing.
  • Fangirl: of scientists but particularly Neil De Grasse Tyson
  • For Science!: Her primary motivation is to save science.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Just like in canon.
  • Hard Work Hardly Works: Despite using the class as a power nap, Mei repeatedly aces math class. Downplayed in that this is likely a result of her engineering.
  • Heel Realization: Three of them:
    • The first one occurred after Inko Midoriya pointed out how similar Mei and Bakugou were in terms of how they treated Izuku in chapter 14. Though it ends up as a subversion after a talk with her father ends up justifying her actions.
    • In chapter 18, she has another one when Izuku finds out Endeavor beats his kids causing her to realize that his kids are just as much victims as her father.
    • She has her final one in between chapters 20 and 21 when Izuku has finally had enough of her jerkassery that he quits Project: Indestructible. This causes her to realize how much of an asshole she's been especially to her supposed partner and she tries to make things up with Izuku.
  • Jerkass: Big time. Everything she does until her final Heel Realization is done purely for her own benefit. She once threatened to fire Izuku for being friends with Todoroki!
    Mei: I never used you. I always told what this was about. You always knew what I wanted.
    Izuku: … yeah. And the moment I didn’t do what you wanted, you started threatening me. You’d call me a partner and then threaten to fire me.
  • Hoist by Her Own Petard: Sending her location to Izuku only allowed Stain to find her much more easily after defeating Indestructible.
  • Jerkass Has a Point:
    • She's not wrong when she says that reality isn't fair and that Izuku shoudn't expect the universe to owe him anything though she could've told him that a little less bluntly, it does help him out of his slump.
    • She's also right about how Quirks have shaped the world. If it wasn't for Quirks, society would have much better technology and Tensei may actually have been able to receive proper treatment for his injury. This is later shown to be literally true- All For One deliberately suppressed technological advances in order to get humanity to focus more on the development of Quirks and powers instead of technology.
    • She is right about how people worship All Might as a god and how they'd react negatively if they saw he bled like them.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: When she's not completely driven by revenge, Mei has shown compassion for those she is close to. She helps Momo with her insecurities (granted it was for a selfish reason), has shown that she does truly care about Izuku and offers Todoroki a spot on Team: Indestructible when he loses his quirk.
  • Mad Scientist: Just like in canon, Mei is this.
  • Motive Decay: When the Todorokis start getting more focus, her motivation goes from "save science" to "purge this family from the world". As a result, she starts becoming much crueler to everyone but especially her supposed partner.
  • Noodle Incident: She apparently found a corpse in the sewers once.
  • Not So Different: Inko is quick to draw parallels between her and Bakugou's treatment of Izuku and how it's completely self-centered while Izuku ends up injured in the process.
  • Oh, Crap!: Has this reaction when Stain catches up to her before Izuku.
  • Only Friend: Izuku outright says in Chapter 21 that Mei was his only friend for a while.
  • O.O.C. Is Serious Business: How Izuku realizes that the incident at the mall has really affected her and barely notices it when Tsukauchi commends her for her quick thinking. As Izuku best puts it:
    Nothing was more worrying than Mei who didn’t notice praise
  • Reality Ensues: She's convinced herself that Izuku is a great hero after he saved her from the Slime Villain and he is... but just because he's a great hero doesn't mean he's always going to be there to save her when she's confronted by villains. So far Izuku has failed to save her from Spinner, Mustard, Shigaraki, Muscular possessed by the slime villain and almost Stain. In each of these encounters, she has been saved by some other factor Note .
  • Revenge Before Reason: Once Izuku befriends Todoroki, she takes several levels in jerkass; transforming their once equal partnership into one where Izuku is forced to do whatever she wants. Her actions culminate in Izuku temporarily quitting the team and her losing her Only Friend.
  • Running Gag:
    • People complaining about her terrible editing.
    • Her fuck box is another one.
  • Sarcasm-Blind: Doesn't seem to notice that Tsuyu is being sarcastic when she apologizes for beating Bakugou.
  • Scars Are Forever: She ended up with a scar on the left side of her stomach after her project in a science fair blew up on her.
  • Sir Swears-a-Lot: She swears as easily as saying 'hello'. Probably a bit easier actually.
  • Slasher Smile: She gives one to Todoroki in chapter 8 if what Izuku says is any indication.
  • Stylistic Suck: Her editing leaves a lot to be desired. When Sagan took over as editor, fans of the project were immediately relieved that the team had decided to seemingly get rid of her.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: At the start of the story, Mei isn't exactly nice but she knows when she crosses the line, will readily admit when she fucks up and actually apologizes. However, once Izuku starts befriending Todoroki, she becomes much harsher and starts treating Izuku unfairly. It takes Inko bringing up the similarities between her and Bakugou to get her to reconsider her actions but even that is short-lived. as the Todorokis start taking a more prominent role in her life, things just go further downhill from there.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: After her final Heel Realization she has decidedly become a lot nicer... though she can still be a bitch at times.
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     Momo Yaoyorozu 
The Vice President of Class 1-A. Izuku enlists her help when he finds out her Quirk allows her to create anything. This of course is a very useful asset to the construction of Indestructible and several other gadgets. Though every time they need her help, she ends up running their finances into the ground...

  • Action Girl: She ended up fighting against a horde of Noumu alone and killed every single one of them. Sadly it mostly happens offscreen.
  • Adorkable: She is utterly fascinated by a small family restaurant and even when she's Innocently Insensitive, she does it in such a way of child-like wonder that Izuku and Mei can't bring themselves to get mad at her.
  • Big Eater: Whenever Izuku and Mei need a favour from her, she pretty much bankrupts the two of them with how much she eats.
  • Deer in the Headlights: Midoriya compares her to one during their fight in the Sports Festival. Though it's less danger and more her insecurities crashing down on her.
  • Does Not Know Her Own Strength: Downplayed. She's usually fine but in her first fight against Izuku (an absolute novice), she's a bit too hard on him and grazes his cheek so bad it starts bleeding.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: A non-fatal variant. When the League of Villains attacks, she uses up far too much of her fat cells defending the class from Noumu that she has to be hospitalized.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Due to her standard of living, she doesn't really understand how offensive some of the things she says can be. Also she complains about Mei's editing straight to her face without realizing that Mei was the old editor. Though, to be entirely fair to Momo's comment, everyone complains about Mei's editing job, and often do it to her face.
  • Nice Girl: Sure, Izuku has to give a heartfelt speech about what it means to be a hero but in the end she does help Team Indestructible even though it would be disadvantageous to her class.
  • The Power of Creation: Essentially what her Quirk is and the whole reason why Izuku sought her help in the first place.
  • Spoiled Sweet: there's no doubt that she's spoiled but she never willingly flaunts her status and wealth at others or imply that she's better than them. Willingly.
  • That Came Out Wrong: When Izuku wants to join her and Ojiro for training:
    Momo: I'd love to have you. (Starts blushing) I mean to join us for training!
  • What Would X Do?: She experiences this when starting her internship and comparing herself to "a real hero" and Mei.

     Sagan 
The Artificial Intelligence that runs the Indestructible suit. She is essentially a child who would do anything to make her mommy and daddy proud. Mei created her with a lot of help from the Human Brain Project; a project that attempted to create a simulation of the human brain. It got started in the 21st century but got scrapped when Quirks arrived.

  • Artificial Intelligence: She was made specifically to help Izuku run the armor. She is fully sentient and learns to adapt to situations.
  • Attack Its Weak Point: Sagan has the ability to point out the weak spots in certain structures such as Todorki's ice walls.
  • Death Is Cheap: She dies whenever Indestructible gets destroyed (so twice) but because of her nature, Mei can easily just recover her memory and upload her into the new model.
  • I Just Want to Be Loved: Sagan does whatever she can to help her parents but it's revealed in chapter 8 that she is insecure about her parents love and has a tantrum whenever something proves that they don't love her.
  • I Work Alone: Played for Laughs. Sagan refused to let Mei help with editing because simply put, "mommy's a terrible editor". She's not wrong.
  • "It" Is Dehumanizing: Sagan is a "she", not an "it". Mei and Izuku are very insistent about that.
  • Manipulative Bitch: She has throughout the story manipulated several characters by acting behind their backs. She justifies it by stating that what she does is in their best interests, which is true but still.
  • Not Good with Rejection: Familial example. When Izuku questions if she really has to call her "daddy" she screams that he doesn't love her, undoes the helmet's locks, turns off the computer before screaming at her parents to leave her alone.
  • Punctuated! For! Emphasis!: In chapter 21, when Izuku refuses to talk to Mei for a second time:
    Sagan: It! Is! Mom! You’re answering that!
  • Sadistic Choice: Forces Shouto to explain the cause of his Daddy Issues to Team Indestructible by saying that if he doesn't, she'll tell them instead.
  • Troll: Upon her activation she makes it seem like she's gone all SKYNET and wants to Kill All Humans before revealing that she was just joking.

     Tenya Iida 
The President of Class 1-A. Unlike the other members in this category he doesn't really interact much with Team Indestructible. However, when the Hero Killer Stain cripples his older brother Tenya goes on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge and ends up in Hosu. Conveniently that is also the place Izuku, Mei and Shouto are doing their internship. After facing Stain, Mei realizes that someone has found the ability to connect nerves with mechanical parts allowing them to bypass certain injuries. With the possibility of helping his older brother recover, Tenya joins Project: Indestructible in hopes of finding this lost technology.

  • Bear Hug: Gives one to Izuku and Shouto when they arrive in class.
  • Berserk Button: Saying or implying that Stain is remotely akin to a hero is a pretty great way to piss him off. Justified in that Stain is the same person who crippled his brother. Also the fact that Stain has merchandise.
  • Black and White Morality: Iida doesn't seem to notice that Stain is a bit of a grey area until Shouto points it out. Yes, Stain crippled Tensei and killed three heroes And That's Terrible. But Stain also saved a child from the Yakuza and tried to better society (albeit in a roundabout way).
  • Heel Realization: Has one when Stain points out that he was so consumed with revenge that he completely overlooked the person Stain was about to kill.
  • Nice Guy: The few times he does interact with Izuku prior to Tensei's injury, he is nothing but cordial.
  • Not So Above It All: His first meeting with Izuku is him saying he'd appreciate it if Indestructible could knock some sense into Bakugou.
  • Oblivious to Love: Doesn't realize that Tsuyu was trying to get some one-on-one time with Izuku when she asks him to train with her. Iida attempts to invite himself befvre Jirou and Kaminari intervene.
  • Protagonist Centred Morality: Deconstructed somewhat because the world isn't purely black and white. Iida's only real experience with Stain is that he kills heroes and crippled his brother so Stain is a bit of a sore spot for him. However Eri, who was raised by villains, sees that they can be nice people despite the awful crimes that the media shows and Stain personally saved her from her abusive captors.
  • Revenge Before Reason: He comes dangerously close to killing Stain while he's unconscious but thankfully Izuku and Shouto stop him by telling him that doing so would only hurt his brother in the process.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Has one when his brother Tensei gets crippled by Stain.
  • Super Speed: Just like in canon, this is what his Quirk allows him to use.

     Shouto Todoroki 
A student of class 1-A who functions as Izuku's main rival for the Sports Festival. He ends up befriending him after it and inadvertently bringing out the absolute worst in Mei Hatsume. His mere existence causes tensions to run high between Izuku and Mei but ultimately joins the team after losing his Quirk.

  • Achilles' Heel: His burned eye gives him a blind spot which opponents can use to sneak attack him.
  • Archnemesis: He turns out to be Mei's even when he's trying to make amends. This stops being the case when Mei finds out his Daddy Issues.
  • Berserk Button: Implying that his mother is anything but innocent is one that Mei repeatedly loves to press.
  • Brought Down to Badass: Even after losing his Quirk, he still got his black belt by the age of 10 and Mei is making him an Indestructible suit.
  • Cruel to Be Kind: Downplayed. He tries to get Midoriya to quit the Sports Festival because he believes Midoriya will get hurt.
  • Curb Stomp Cushion: Out of all the heroes Stain has faced, Shouto fares the best. While he doesn't quite get cause Stain to take their fight seriously, Stain had previously defeated three people, one of which is the Powered Armor that beat him in the Spvrts Festival, with a single hit each. Thanks to Shouto's skill set, he's able to prevent Stain from getting even that one hit in, melts his arm off, is the only one to actually cause Stain pain and is able to buy time for Indestructible.
  • Daddy Issues: Just like in canon, he has these.
  • Disqualification-Induced Victory: Indestructible beats him in the Sports Festival but because Izuku got outside help, he gets disqualified and Shoto wins by default.
  • Even the Guys Want Him: Denki Kaminari has expressed interest in him.
  • Foil: To Mei. Both come from homes where their parents are separated and were raised under a particular belief. However, Mei at least chose to be with her father instead of her mother while Todoroki was forced to stay under Endeavor's gaze. Todoroki believes that Quirks will always best "trinkets" while Mei believes the exact opposite. Todoroki was also planned to happen and was specifically designed by Endeavor to beat All Might while Mei was a child that Blacksmith didn't really want (but didn't regret having) and is considerably more lax with her.
  • Grey and Grey Morality: Brings this up in his conversation with Iida about Stain. Stain is a criminal but he acknowledges that Eri doesn't quite understand the scope of his actions considering he personally saved her from Overhaul.
  • I Gave My Word: His reasoning for going after Midoriya in the Calvalry battle instead of Bakugou.
  • Kill It with Fire: His response to nearly losing to Indestructible is to start using his fire half and he nearly wins in that move. This causes the armor to overheat and cause the earpiece in Izuku's ear to explode.
  • The Lancer: Functions as this when Izuku and Mei have been kidnapped, as shown when everyone in the group looks to him as leader including Sagan who organised the meeting and has just had her parents kidnapped.
  • Oh, Crap!: His reaction to Indestructible easily clearing through a wall of ice that could stop a car.
  • Taking the Bullet: This is how he loses his Quirk. By taking a Quirk erasing bullet meant for All Might.
  • This Cannot Be!: His reaction to Midoriya gaining the armor in their fight. Justified as it was only broken three days ago and it was only due to a set of fortunate circumstances that the armor was fixed.
  • Tranquil Fury: Enters this state whenever someone (Mei) pushes his Berserk Button.
  • Weak, but Skilled: The only reason his ice powers allowed him to last as long as he did against Indestructible is because he had the skill to compensate for the power difference.

     Hitoshi Shinsou 
A General Education student looking to get into the Heroics Course. He meets Izuku during the Sports Festival and helps him cross the finish line of the Obstacle Course. He also happens to be a fan of Project: Indestructible. After the Hosu arc, he attempts to join the team but it's not until Chapter 29, that he is actually an official member. His Quirk is Brainwashing.

  • Adaptational Badass: His Quirk is substantially more powerful than in canon. Whereas in canon Hitoshi had to have someone respond to him within a small time frame, this version of him just needs someone to have responded to him within hours of him actually controlling someone.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: He's considerably friendlier in this fic than he is in canon. In contrast to his no-nonsense demeanor where he's "not here to make friends", he seems fully interested in joining Team Indestructible and sort of befriends Izuku.
  • Affectionate Nickname: He decides to call Izuku "whiz kid".
  • Ascended Fanboy: Was a fan of Project: Indestructible before becoming a member.
  • Batman Gambit: Because his Quirk is more powerful, he decided to talk with every one of the 15 finalists so that he could easily beat whoever he faced.
  • Boring, but Practical: His means of ringing out contestants wasn't particularly flashy. He has a conversation with each of the 15 finalists before the tournament so that he could Mind Control them to walk out the ring.
  • Bring My Brown Pants: Shit himself after Izuku defeated him.
  • Fanboy: Of Project: Indestructible as it turns out.
  • Mind Control: His Quirk allows him to control anyone who responds to him.
  • Sixth Ranger: He officially joins Team Indestructible in chapter 29 when the rest of the team are going to save Izuku and Mei.
  • Spanner in the Works: Played for Laughs. Him deciding to wear a Project: Indestructible t-shirt is what clues Izuku in that Mei has been selling merchandise without his consent and has been hoarding the profits for herself.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: When he realizes that Izuku has broken out his Mind Control.
  • Weak, but Skilled: Izuku effectively one-shots him as soon as he's broken out of the Mind Control. It's the reason Hitoshi had to talk with every other finalist beforehand.
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U.A High School

     Katsuki Bakugou 
Izuku's former Childhood Friend and love interest before Izuku was diagnosed Quirkless. After that, Katsuki made a full 180 in his personality and tormented Izuku for 10 years. When they meet again, Katsuki turns out to be just as big of a Jerkass as he was in middle school. However, an incident at the Sports Festival forces him to take a different look at how he's been living his life.

  • The Atoner: After Kirishima forces him to look at what he's done in his life, Katsuki tries to make amends with Izuku. Not that it works but even after that he seems to be focused on trying to be a better person.
  • Badass Gay: His Quirk is generating explosions and both of his love interests in the story are male.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Arrives just in time to prevent the Slime Villain attacking Mei, Kota and Eri in chapter 26.
  • Broken Tears: Has these after he's hit his lowest point.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: On the receiving end by Tsuyu of all people. He doesn't even make it past the top 16.
  • Easily Forgiven: Subverted. The guy bullied Midoriya for a decade and a simple apology isn't going to make that go away.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Just as in canon.
  • Having a Blast: His Quirk.
  • Heroic BSoD: Enters one after losing to Tsuyu. He doesn't just lose, he's been outed as a bully, his Love Interest hates him as do any other friends he may've had and the one he bullied has finally come out on top despite not having a Quirk.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: His excuse for tormenting Midoriya after Midoriya was diagnosed Quirkless and still wanted to be a hero. Izuku doesn't buy it for a second.
  • Jerkass: Bullying Midoriya for 10 years, blaming his behavior on Izuku being Quirkless and purposely attacking his Daddy Issues? Yeah he's this without a doubt.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Every bad thing that happens to him is his fault alone. Bully a guy and bring up his Daddy Issues just to spite him? Well that incident just got recorded and uploaded later on in the story. Give a Groin Attack to Izuku during their fight? He's gonna give one to you when you want to make amends.
  • Never My Fault: Yes, Katsuki. It was surely Midoriya's fault for recording you being a douche to him and bringing up his Daddy Issues. You had no hand in that incident at all.
  • Not So Different: To Mei as Inko points out. Both used Izuku for their own selfish gains while maintaining a facade that they cared about him. Both revealed that they didn't really care about Izuku if he got in their way and yet after realizing the true impact of their actions were filled with regret about what they did. The only real difference is Izuku was able to stand up to Mei and make her realize the weight of her actions before she fully developed into that person.
  • Rejected Apology: His initial apology is rejected by Izuku because well, an apology isn't going to fix the 11 years of bullying Izuku had to go through.
  • Shadow Archetype: As noted under Not So Different, Bakugou is essentially the type of person Mei would've become had Izuku not stood up to her and made her realize the consequences of her actions.
  • Worf Had the Flu: Yeah he lost to Tsuyu but in his defense, he really wasn't in the best state of mind. He has just been outed as a bully on the internet, his crush wants nothing to do with him and the audience hates him because of the video Izuku uploaded. Even then the only reason he loses so easily was because his opponent blinded him.

     Toshinori Yagi - All Might 
The current Symbol of Peace, Number One hero and a recent teacher at U.A High School. He first meets Izuku and Mei after they are attacked by a sludge villain. However, as it turns out Izuku has already defeated said villain. Impressed by Izuku's skill and bravery, All Might fully supports Izuku's dreams of being a hero and even appears in a few videos for Project: Indestructible. Though other than this, his interactions with Izuku remain limited.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Averted. Izuku has already beaten the Sludge Villain by the time he arrives.
  • Broken Ace: All Might is the World's Strongest Man for a reason and has a constantly cheery personality. However, he starts to lose this demeanor when his true form is revealed to the public and it gets even worse after Shouto takes a quirk erasing bullet for him.
  • For Want of a Nail: Because he sees Izuku defeat a villain using a mere gadget of his, All Might is actually supportive of Izuku's dream to be a hero. Because of this, Izuku doesn't have to prove himself as having the true essence of the hero, which means All Might never offers One For All to Izuku. Izuku doesn't go through training, the beach doesn't get cleaned up, Izuku never takes the Entrance Exam for the heroics course and as such doesn't enter Class 1-A and isn't part of the USJ field trip.
  • Heroic BSoD: He enters one after Shouto loses his Quirk taking a bullet for him. After that he doesn't even fight back as Endeavor attacks him and he leaves the school.
  • In Spite of a Nail: Pretty much all of the events detailed under For Want of a Nail happen eventually. Izuku befriends Yaoyorozu because he needs her help. This eventually leads to Izuku befriending several members in Class 1-A and he gets training from her and Ojiro. Power Loader enlists Izuku and Mei's help in making sure the USJ is ready and don't finish in time meaning they are caught up in the Villain Attack. Izuku gets into the Hero Course after defeating Todoroki in the Sports Festival. After the Sports Festival, All Might offers Izuku One For All but is turned down. The beach eventually starts getting cleaned up by Kirishima and Bakugou.
  • Nice Guy: He was perfectly willing to write up a recommendation for Izuku to get into the Hero Course and appeared in a couple of Project: Indestructible's videos to help advertise them.
  • Perpetual Smiler: He'll smile even when he's being blackmailed. When he stops smiling, that's when you know something's wrong.
  • Oh, Crap!: When he times out in front of Mei and Izuku.
  • Super Speed: Even when using the Power Boots, All Might easily matches Izuku's speed and is able to catch him before he crashes.
  • World's Strongest Man: He's this to such an extent that In-Universe, he's more comparable to a god than a human.
    Izuku: Everyone loves All Might!
    Mei: No. They worship All-Might. He’s like a god. And that can be dangerous. How would people react if they found out that god was like the rest of us?

     Eijiro Kirishima 
A student in Class 1-A and quite possibly the nicest person within the story. He is the only one who seems to have tried to befriend Bakugou though that may be because of his infatuation. Eijiro first meets Izuku and Mei while they're chanting outside the school exam and decides to join in with them. His Quirk is 'Hardening' which is Exactly What It Says on the Tin.

  • Beware the Nice Ones: He may be one of the most friendly and understanding characters within the story but even he has his limits such as when Bakugou completely ignores him when he turns up with Midoriya to help Bakugou.
  • Did They or Didn't They?: Eijiro goes to Katsuki's house, fights him and as Izuku is leaving, he notes that there's no longer any noise of them fighting. The next day the two seem to be on much better terms. In chapter 21, Izuku calls Eijiro to get Katsuki's number and it turns out Katsuki is in Eijiro's bed with him.
  • Eating the Eye Candy: One of his reasons for liking Bakugou is that he has a cute butt.
  • Establishing Character Moment: He is first seen joining Izuku and Mei in their chant and causes everyone else to start chanting too.
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: His way of getting Katsuki out of his Heroic BSoD is by going to his house and fighting him.
  • Heartbroken Badass: Temporarily becomes this when Katsuki's bullying is revealed.
  • Innocently Insensitive: His relationship with Katsuki is something Izuku views as what could've happened if he wasn't Quirkless. So fondling Katsuki while he's on the phone to Izuku strikes a bit of chord.
  • Instant Armor: What his Quirk allows him to utilise.
  • Naughty by Night: He's a generally nice person who cares about the well-being of others during daytime yet when Bakugou is on the phone with Izuku in the middle of the night, he outright fondles Katsuki.
  • Nice Guy: He proceeds to befriend pretty much anyone he comes across within reason, even Bakugou.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In the Forest Training Camp, he developed a new form strong enough to beat back several pro-heroes, and took multiple classmates holding him down to snap him out of his state of unconscious. World Of God says he is now one of the strongest in his class.

     Power Loader 
A teacher at U.A. High School. He is in charge of the Support Department and is the teacher of class 1-H... which only consists of Izuku and Mei for some reason. Every invention that Mei or Izuku come up with has to be run by him to make sure it's safe.

  • All of the Other Reindeer: Downplayed. As Mei points out, hero otaku Izuku Midoriya wasn't all that excited when meeting Power Loader.
  • Anger Born of Worry: Anytime he gets angry, it's because he's concerned for the wellbeing of one of his students.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves Izuku and Gentle after the latter caused dozens of steel beams to fall on top of them.
  • Broken Pedestal: He becomes one to Izuku after the latter finds out that he knew about Endeavor's abuse and did nothing.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Subverted. He initially seems like he's going to be this but he was just messing with his students. Power Loader is actually a pretty nice person.
  • Genius Ditz: As head of the Support Department, the genius part is pretty much a pre-requisite. Having said that, he can be really lacking in common sense sometimes like when he let an unknown individual into the lab where the Indestructible suit was without either Mei or Izuku there. Even if it wasn't Mustard the Sports Festival is a competition so the possibility of sabotage was still quite high.
  • Improperly Paranoid: He refused to allow the creation of Sagan, fearing that she will start a robot apocalypse ala SKYNET. When Sagan is invented, there is nothing indicating she has the personality or capacity to do that.
  • Oddly Small Organization: Depending on whether you can call a high school class an organization but his class of 1-H only has two people.
  • Out of Focus: While he never really had a big role, his presence in the story got considerably smaller when Izuku transferred into the Hero Course.
  • Papa Wolf: He gets pissed after finding out that Eraserhead paired Izuku up with his childhood bully for the final exams. So much so that he refuses to let the Support Department help get preparations ready if Nedzu doesn't switch Izuku to someone else.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He's pretty lax with Mei's hijinks but will put a stop to her plans if they pose considerable risk.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Several characters mention that he really needs to put on a shirt. He eventually does so for the Training Camp, which many characters are happy for.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Delivers two in the story:
    • The first is when Izuku breaks his arm testing an invention that had not been run by him
    • The second is when Eraserhead pairs Izuku up with his childhood bully.
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     Shota Aizawa - Eraserhead 
Class 1-A's homeroom teacher who is generally defined by his apathetic nature but that is more because of how much misery in the world he's seen. Having grown up, being told he couldn't be a Hero because of his Quirk; he worked his ass off to achieve his goal and thanks to Mic and Power Loader, he was able to leave General Studies for the Heroics Course. His Quirk allows his to erase people's Quirks.

  • Armor-Piercing Question: Is on the receiving end of one in chapter 43.
    Ms. Joke: Look… I know you had it rough. Having a Quirk that everyone told you wouldn’t suit hero work and you still clawed your way to the Hero Course. I respect that. I really do but we all owe so much to the kindness and guidance of others. Present Mic always cheered you on. Hell, didn’t Power Loader design your equipment and point you at a martial arts trainer, so you could take part in the U.A tournament? Free of charge?
  • Fatal Flaw: His apathy. He refused to help Ms. Joke with her problems because he just wanted to go home and believes that things will eventually work themselves out. If he had actually tried to help Ms. Joke, the ordeal with Spinner and Mustard may not have even happened.
  • Foil: Aizawa himself lampshades that him and Izuku are very similar, including similar backstories. Both had to deal with the world not believing in them, both initially entered another Class before leaving it for the Heroics Course thanks to their friends. However, Aizawa tried to go it alone while Izuku embraced Mei's idea of turning him into a superhero. Aizawa didn't think there was time to make friends while Izuku is very sociable and made friends easily.
  • Freudian Excuse: Yeah, he's a Jerkass who doesn't really care about others but that's a result of him being exposed to so much misery in the world that he's essentially turned his compassion off.
  • Heel Realization: Has on off-screen after Ms. Joke points out that he hasn't gotten this far on his own.
  • Jerkass: Really doesn't seem to care about anyone but himself. Case in point, he saw nothing wrong with pairing Izuku up with his childhood bully who made fun of his Daddy Issues. In chapter 44, Aizawa outright states that at times, he only stayed a hero because it was his duty regardless of whether he wanted to or not.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: His speech about Spinner and Mustard having made their choice to be villains may seem callous and is definitely skipping some context but it is eventually revealed that Mustard tried to assassinate Shindo with the Sludge Villain and Spinner, disillusioned with the state of Hero Society, chose to broke him out.
  • Pet the Dog: Despite their rocky relationship, Aizawa tries to reassure Ms. Joke that Spinner's actions are not her fault.
  • Power Nullifier: His Quirk allows him to nullify the control an individual has over their Quirk though it only works on Emitter and Transformation Quirks.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: After having an off-screen Heel Realization thanks to Ms. Joke, Aizawa realises he's been a bit too strict and apathetic and vows to try to be kinder in the future, including moving his schedule to allow Eri to have someone to eat with and putting in a good word for Spinner and Mustard.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: On the receiving end of this when he tries to pair Izuku up with Bakugou, the latter tormented the former for the better part of a decade and against All Might.

     Tsuyu Asui 
A student in Class 1-A whose Quirk allows her to do anything a frog can. She along with Mineta meet Izuku and Mei during the villain attack on the USJ. After the incident she forms a close friendship with Izuku and bond over their similarities. Despite their close relationship, Tsuyu is not part of Team Indestructible.

  • Adaptation Personality Change: In canon, she's incredibly blunt and always says what's on her mind no matter how cruel it is. Here that part of her personality is practically removed.
  • Blood Knight: Reveals to Izuku that she is this. She decides to make a pact with him that if the hero business doesn't pan out, they'll become vigilantes together.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: She delivers one to Bakugou during the Sports Festival.
  • The Dreaded: Becomes this to Bakugou after the brutal Curb-Stomp Battle she delivered. Notably he tones done his Jerkass tendencies whenever she's in close proximity with him and a single "ribbit" is enough to cause him to go Oh, Crap!!
  • Eating the Eye Candy: She takes particular enjoyment when it's Izuku's turn pole dancing.
  • Everyone Can See It: She doesn't really make any attempt to hide her crush on Izuku so pretty much anyone who isn't Oblivious to Love knows about it.
  • Le Parkour: This is part of her training regiment. She's so good at it that she easily leaves Indestructible in the dust even when he starts getting the hang of it.
  • Nice Girl: Granted almost everyone in Class 1-A could qualify for this trope but her handling of Momo after the latter made a particularly Innocently Insensitive remark about Blacksmith's car is a notable example.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!:
    • Her defeat of Bakugou causes a bit of an uproar within Project: Indestructible's fanbase because Mei had hyped up the match between Izuku and Katsuki.
    • Downplayed in chapter 23. Her proposal to train with Izuku one-on-one prevents Izuku from being at the mall. If he was, he would have encountered Shigaraki and protected Mei. However, given Shigaraki's Quirk it's unlikely Indestructible would've been much help in that scenario.
  • Running Gag: Her beating Rei's records.
  • Semantic Superpower: Her Quirk is extremely versatile. It allows her aquatic prowess, super jumping and by extension Super Strength within the legs, the ability to secret mild poison which can be used to blind opponents and an Overly Long Tongue.
  • She's Got Legs: Much to Izuku's delight. She unintentionally uses them to nearly break Izuku's back (requiring him to have emergency surgery) when they have sex the first time.
  • Ship Tease: She has a heavy amount of it with Izuku. She's glad when she thinks Mei is crushing on Shouto and Izuku doesn't make it to the mall in time because he decided to spend more time training with her.
  • Super Strength: At least in her legs. Bakugou mentions that his body has become inhumanly tough as a result of all the explosions he produces. A single kick from her still ends up cracking his ribs.
    • This causes her to accidentally and severely hurt Izuku when she wraps her legs around him while having sex in the hospital.

     Minoru Mineta 
A student in Class 1-A whose Quirk allows him to pop off sticky balls from his head. He, along with Tsuyu, meets Izuku and Mei during the villain attack on the USJ. After which, he befriends Izuku. Just like in canon, he was the resident pervert but after some incident with Ururaka decided to try and focus on becoming a better person instead.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves Izuku and Mei from drowning. Subverted when he doesn't have the upper body strength for it but he is able to hold on for just long enough to allow Hagakure to save all three of them.
  • Cowardly Lion: Once the villains attack he cannot stop crying but when Izuku and Mei's lives are endangered he waists no time trying to save them even though it risks his own life.
  • Character Development: Goes from the dirty pervert he is in canon to a fairly nice person trying to better himself and able to exercise basic human decency.
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: Zigzagged. Him sticking the headbands to himself was a dirty move but not strictly against the rules. As such he doesn't get disqualified for the underhanded tactic but then immediately loses his first match because he went up against Hitoshi Shinsou.
  • Cloud Cuckoolanders Minder: After his Character Development, his role is more or less trying to rein Uraraka's antics in.
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: His Quirk is great at immobilizing opponents as shown in the USJ.
  • Heel Realization: Eventually he realizes that Uraraka's disturbing comments on how she lusts after anything with a female form are things he would normally say, and kicks off his Character Development.
  • Noodle Incident: His Character Development kicks off after witnessing Uraraka do something perverted.
  • Tears of Fear: Has these when first confronted with villains during the USJ.
  • Tempting Fate: An odd case considering Aizawa refusing to rest prevented the possibility of Midnight being their substitute teacher from happening in the first place. Still his mere mention of it is instantly followed up by Izuku saying that Midnight is substituting for Power Loader.
  • Those Two Guys: He bonds with Uraraka over their shared perversion oddly enough. Even after Character Development, his scenes are usually shared with Uraraka.
  • Tiny Schoolboy: Izuku notes that Minoru only reaches up to his waist.
  • Ungrateful Bastard: He spends most his time in chapter 7 being flippant to Izuku and not once thanking him for his help until he leaves to go to class.

     Toru Hagakure 
A student in Class 1-A whose Qurik cause her to be constantly invisible. Her first encounter with Team Indestructible is saving Izuku, Mei as well as her fellow classmate Mineta from drowning. While not being intimately close with Izuku, she still develops somewhat of a friendship with him. Their relationship becomes a bit more complicated after she gives him a handjob at the Yaoyorozu estate though. Except not. The real Hagakure was captured and replaced by Toga during the USJ incident. She survives captivity but is pulled from UA as soon as she recovers.

  • Bi the Way: Possibly. She offered to give a handjob to both Izuku and Mei but she was drunk while doing so.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Saves Izuku, Mei and Minoru from drowning.
  • Do You Want to Copulate?: She casually asks Izuku and Mei if they want a handjob.
  • Groin Attack: Gives one to Tetsu Tetsu during the Sports Festival.
  • I Have Boobs, You Must Obey!: She uses this to her advantage when she asks Izuku to use his baton... while pressing her breasts to his back. Izuku says he'd give her one of his internal organs if she'd ask.
  • Invisible Streaker: Just as in canon, and she has no issue using this to her advantage to get Izuku to do what she wants.
  • Mind Control: She ends up victim to Shinsou's Quirk to help carry him over the line.
  • Nice Girl: Even after being mind controlled and having no recollection of what happened, her first concern after seeing Midoriya's injuries is to make sure he gets help. She's also sympathetic to his reasons for wanting to stay in the Sports Festival.
  • Oh, Crap!: When she sees Izuku bleeding.
  • Secret Keeper: Seems to be keeping Izuku's handjob secret and acting as if nothing happened. At the very least she's more secretive than Ojiro, only teasing the other girls that she's seen Izuku's penis instead of outright spreading rumors.
  • Walking Spoiler: Toga has been disguised as her since the USJ incident and we never actually see the real Hagakure. We can probably assume she was a Nice Girl and an Invisible Streaker but other than that the only thing we really know about her is that she left U.A. as soon as she recovered.

     Mashirao Ojiro 
A student in Class 1-A whose Quirk caused him to grow a tail. Momo introduces Izuku to so that he can train Izuku in hand-to-hand combat. He strikes up a small friendship with Izuku but doesn't have much of a role in the story. Well, outside of spreading rumors about Izuku's dick that is.

  • Ascended Extra: Downplayed. He's still a minor character just as in canon and he very rarely gets focus but he is also one of the few people in class 1-A to befriend Izuku before the Sports Festival and he is responsible for training Izuku in martial arts.
  • Bare-Fisted Monk: Took up martial arts because his quirk is rather lackluster. He's taken up karate, judo and boxing for years.
  • Cruel to Be Kind: Prevents Izuku from joining up with either him or Hagakure in the Calvary Battle so that he doesn't get hurt again.
  • Dogged Nice Guy: Has a crush on Momo but she only has eyes for Izuku and when that doesn't work out, Minoru quickly takes advantage of the opening.
  • Gossipy Hens: Most of his appearances after training Izuku have him spreading rumors about Izuku's dick. It gets so far that people in the General Department know about it.
  • Honor Before Reason: Just like in canon, he forfeits the Sports Festival because he can't remember how he got to the final round.
  • Mind Control: On the receiving end of Shinsou's Quirk just like Hagakure.
  • Spit Take: Has this after seeing how... gifted Izuku is.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Izuku quickly turns the tables on him because this trope is in effect. Justified given that Izuku is an absolute novice who had no prior experience with martial arts while Mashirao has had years of experience and Izuku had previously been injured by Momo.
  • Weak, but Skilled: His entire motivation for training martial arts. His Quirk isn't very powerful or flashy so if he can't be strong, he can at least be a skilled combatant.

     Ochako Uraraka 
A student in Class 1-A whose Quirk, Zero Gravity, allows her to negate the gravitational force on anything she touches. She's usually seen with Mineta because of their shared perversion. Outside of that she doesn't really have any focus in the story outside of the occasional perverted comment to the unlucky girl that garners her attention (which is pretty much any girl).

  • Adaptational Jerkass: In canon, her motivation for becoming a hero was to increase the living style of her parents before developing into a genuine desire to help people. Here? It's pretty much the exact same as Mineta's in canon.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: In two ways. She's a lesbian here in contrast to her only having eyes for Izuku in canon and she is a lot more outgoing about her sexuality here, in contrast to canon where she attempts to hide her crush on Izuku to focus on her studies.
  • All Women Are Lustful: While she's not the only women in the cast to exhibit lust towards others, she is the only one who is so openly honest about it. This was essentially her main reason for interning with Mount Lady.
  • Demoted to Extra: Justified. In canon, she was one of Izuku's first friends at U.A because they saved each other at the entrance exam and ended up in the same class together. Neither happens in the story so it's clear she wouldn't get the most focus.
  • Flat Character: She solely exists to be the pervert of the story. In contrast to Mineta who got actual development, her 'development' effectively amounts to someone being there to rein her antics in.
  • Gravity Master: Her Quirk allows her to negate gravity on an object.
  • In Name Only: She has canon Uraraka's looks and Quirk but beside that she is nothing like her canon counterpart. She has Mineta's personality and is essentially Mineta's only friend ala Kaminari. According to the side-story Agro VS Indestructible, this is because the Hatsumes of this universe and that of BSSM traded their Urarakas though the story is non-canon.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: She correctly points out the hypocrisy in being told off about her perverted tendencies only for Tsuyu and Mei to display those exact same perversions when it came to Izuku on a pole.
  • Lovable Sex Maniac: What her perversion is likely intended to make her as. There are very few incidents where she is not trying to do something perverted. Just like the case with Mineta in canon, results are varied to say the least.
  • Noodle Incident: Two of them:
    • The first kickstarted Mineta's Character Development after he witnessed her do something perverted.
    • The second was when she interned with Mount Lady. We don't know what happened, only that she did something to lose Aizawa's trust.
  • Those Two Guys: With Mineta. Even after his Character Development, his screen time is mainly shared with her.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: A scene in the Sports Festival indicated she may be this with Minoru as he wastes no time teasing her about her recent loss.

Villains

     All For One 
The secret leader of the League of Villains, and Tomuras sensei.

     Shuichi Iguchi - Spinner 
A lizard person who is initially a member of the Yakuza before joining Stain and then the League of Villains. He's not a bad person; he just has terrible luck. In fact despite him being a villain, he is one of the most moral characters in the story. He effectively serves as The Rival to Izuku once he Took a Level in Badass.

  • Adaptational Badass: Played with. By the training camp arc, he can easily fight and defeat several Noumu. However, at the start of the story he got one-shot by Mei Hatsume (with a shock glove but still).
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: In canon, he's a Stain fanboy blindly clinging to Stain's ideals of killing false heroes. Here, he's got his own moral compass and does what he thinks is best for Eri and Mustard.
  • Affably Evil: He may be a villain but he genuinely wants what is best for Eri especially after bearing witness to what she gets put through with Overhaul.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Is very protective of Eri and cares deeply about her safety and happiness.
  • Byronic Hero: He's only really a villain because he has nowhere else to go but he develops into this during his time with the League of Villains; believing that he can truly help the world by working with All For One. Eventually he forgoes All For One and acts because he believes it's the right thing to do.
  • Healing Factor: He already had one but it becomes much more compatible in combat after having to fight waves of Noumu without rest. He also regenerates his eyes after it was burned off by Endeavor.
  • Heel–Face Turn: Seems to go through one after realizing All For One doesn't give a damn about anything but himself.
  • Jerkass: At the start of the story, he easily makes a derogatory remark about Izuku's quirklessness. He later grows past this and becomes more respectful.
  • The Rival: Is effectively this to Izuku after All For One's training.
  • Strange Minds Think Alike: Him and Shigaraki have similar interests like Project: Indestructible and Dungeons and Dragons. At one point they even speak in unison.
  • Those Two Guys: He shares his scenes with Mustard most of the time.
  • Took a Level in Badass: At the start of the story he's defeated by the shock glove. By the training camp arc, he is effectively a more powerful version of Stain with him being able to fight on par with the third version of Indestructible. He also handles Rappa quite easily.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: He started off smug and bit racist when he met Mei and Izuku. Later his defeat, defecting from both Overhaul and All For One made him more moral and respectful.
  • Training from Hell: All For One forces him to fight against Noumu to get stronger. It works.
  • Worthy Opponent: Considers Izuku this, getting upset when Toga, shapeshifted into Kaminari, uses his quirk to disable Izuku's armor and knock him out during their fight. It seems to be reciprocated as Izuku is willing to listen to him. Rappa sees him as this as well eventually.

     Yoichi Muraki - Mustard 
Spinner's best friend. Like Spinner, he is essentially thrust into villainous situations. Unlike Spinner though, Mustard does the bare minimum and has no actual motivation to be better or to have his actions impact society in any meaningful way. His Quirk allows him to expel poisonous and sleep-inducing gas.

  • Always Someone Better: Views Spinner as this when they join up with the League. While Spinner is trying to improve his fighting style and Quirk, Mustard does nothing to improve himself and even wonders if he's going to be left behind.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Immediately calling Mei a cunt after witnessing her curb-stomp his more powerful best friend isn't a very smart move. Though it overlaps with Mugging the Monster because Izuku, the Quirkless freak he'd made fun of, took him down before she had a chance to attack.
  • Cowardly Lion: He's always been the more timid and cowardly of the two but he will easily risk his life if his best friend Spinner is in danger.
  • Fantastic Racism: His reaction to finding out Izuku's Quirkless is to ask where his zookeeper is.
  • Foil: To Izuku. Both are victims of bullying, have a terrible relationship with their fathers, took notes on other people's Quirks and made use of their analytical skills. Both also had terrible self-esteem until they befriended another 'outcast' like them and encountered the Sludge Villain. However, Izuku was actually intelligent and put his skills to use while Mustard was known for having terrible grades and had to go to prep school. While Mustard's relationship with Spinner is far more healthy than Izuku's relationship with Mei, this has caused Mustard to use Spinner as a sort of Living Emotional Crutch while Mei's terrible treatment of Izuku allowed him to betray her and become independent. Finally Mustard hates fighting despite having a Quirk while Izuku loves it despite his lack of a one.
  • Hidden Depths: Mustard is extremely aware of how little he has developed and this causes him to fear what it might mean for him and Spinner.
  • Hypocrite: Is well aware of how much of an impact bullying and especially Quirk discrimination can have on one's psyche (having been a victim of said treatment), yet has absolutely no qualms doing the same to a "Quirkless freak".
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Made fun of Izuku for being Quirkless. Izuku easily takes him down with a single punch and he ends up with a split lip.
  • Mugging the Monster: Attempted to attack Blacksmith's daughter with a knife. Blacksmith has the ability to manipulate metal though thankfully he wasn't in a shanking mood.
  • Oh, Crap!: This is his reaction whenever Toga makes a surprise appearance and for good reason.
  • Too Dumb to Live: He makes mistake after mistake in his debut chapter but the moment he tried to track down the Sludge Villain, a villain that Spinner notes has pro heroes after him, probably takes the cake.
  • Took a Level in Badass: A subtle one. In the beginning he was far weaker, and was took down easily. Now he’s far more brave, and has access to the gas that can knock out people easily.
  • Worth It: His reaction after he gets a bruise for flipping Dabi off.
  • You Are Better Than You Think You Are: On the receiving end from Kurogiri.

     Muscular 
A brutish villain who served a minor role in the story, yet acted as a plot point to get Spinner stronger and the Sludge Villain a new body. He ends up losing his body to the Sludge Villain, yet a small part of still lived in the body. That is no longer an issue.

  • Always a Bigger Fish: Spinner thought that training with the noumus couldn’t get any worse. When Muscular trained him, he showed greater speed, strength, experience, and intelligence compared to those mindless juggernauts.
  • The Brute: His role in the league is just a monster.
  • Grand Theft Me: He ends getting his body stolen by the Sludge villain.
  • Killed Off for Real: He died twice. Lost his body to the Sludge Villain first. Second lost his body as it was destroyed by thousands of rockpile.

     Sludge Villain 
A villain made of sludge. He has a fairly minor role in comparison to the rest of the villains but he makes an impact all the same. Izuku defeats him in their first encounter but that doesn't stop him from popping up.

  • Adaptational Badass: His powers are more expanded on but it's implied he had the same power set in canon. Only a small piece of him is required for him to retain sentience and he can possess people with enough contact. He later took control of TheBrute Muscular’s body lead him to be strong enough to battle multiple The Ace heroes in training at once.
  • Adaptational Wimp: In canon, he proved too much of threat that he held off multiple Pro Heroes and had a Near-Villain Victory by possessing Bakugou. It ultimately takes All Might to defeat him both times. Here, he's defeated by a shock glove. Played with in that Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors may be in play and the Pros were clearly not suited for him.
  • Asteroids Monster: Not quite but he only needs a single piece of his Sludge to retain sentience and all his powers.
  • Demonic Possession: One of his powers. In canon he was constantly seeking a new host. Here, he actually pulls it off on Muscular.
  • Dirty Coward: Betrays Spinner and Mustard at the first sign of trouble.
  • For Want of a Nail: Because Izuku defeats him on first contact, he never saves Bakugou. Because of that Bakugou never develops as a character until much later in the story and because of that Bakugou is essentially the same bully he was until the Sports Festival arrives. Additionally because Midoriya defeats him, All Might believes he has what it takes to be a hero, even without a Quirk and doesn't offer One For All.
  • Killed Off for Real: And good riddance.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: Attempted to kill Izuku and Mei and ended up electorcuted for his troubles.
  • Psycho for Hire: It's heavily implied that Mustard got him to attack Izuku and Mei. Confirmed in the Mustard/Shuichi backstory where he flat out agreed to steal Shindos body and sadistically enjoyed his struggles.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: Is responsible for Izuku's growing confidence and the relationship between Izuku and Mei developing to be more friendly and equal.

     Dabi 
Another one of Overhaul's associates and like Spinner and Mustard finds his way to the League of Villains. Dabi is certainly one of the more morally grey villains. It's not currently known what his overall motivation is. It's implied that he was once Driven to Villainy. His Quirk allows him to generate and manipulate blue flames.

  • The Dreaded: Not to the same extent as other villains but he still gets this treatment early on with Spinner specifically stating that he is the most terrifying of Overhaul's enforcers.
  • Driven to Villainy: Implied to have become a villain because of Endeavor's brutal treatment of him. Also Rei’s treatment of Shoto.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He's perfectly willing to kill whoever he pleases, including the person that tried to help him, but the moment he knows his younger brother is in danger he runs to make sure he's ok]].
  • Foreshadowing: The fact that he told Toga that Todoroki was under his protection is a pretty clear indicate that he's a Todoroki as well.
  • Good Is Not Nice: While good would be a stretch, he is not evil. After calling out Blacksmith for bringing Shoto, he leaves them to fight a bunch of Nomu.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Is heavily scarred from his powers.
  • Playing with Fire: His Quirk allows him to manipulate blue flames.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Is easily provoked into anger just because Mustard is afraid of him.
  • The Reveal: Blacksmith reveals that he is actually Touya Todoroki.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He recruits Toga, which ends very, very poorly for both heroes and villains.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Gives one to Blacksmith after he finds out Shouto is also attacking the villain hideout.

     Rappa 
Another one of Overhaul's associates; Rappa is stated to be the nicest one of the bunch. While plenty of Overhaul's followers have shades of The Dreaded, Rappa strangely doesn't. Spinner believes that if Rappa was the one to find him and Mustard, he'd go against Overhaul's orders and let them go (so long as they looked pathetic enough). He functions as the driver whenever Overhaul or one of his associates needs to get somewhere.

  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Downplayed. In canon, Rappa could conceivably function as the Token Good Teammate. However, that was more because of his own selfish Blood Knight and Villain Respect tendencies. Here, Rappa is genuinely a nice person though the fact that he was with Shi Hassaikai and didn't voice any complaints likely means he still wasn't that good of a person.
  • Et Tu, Brute?: On the giving end. He betrays Overhaul after the latter decides to kill an innocent women just because she had some connection with Endeavor.
  • Foreshadowing: There's a bit of it in regards to him betraying Overhaul.
    • Rappa is clearly stated to be the nicest of the bunch and Spinner believes that if he was the one to find him and Mustard, they might have been let go if he found them pathetic enough.
    • Instead of calling him by his name, Rappa disrespectfully calls him Overhole.
    • The entire reason Spinner, Mustard and Eri escaped was because he let them go.
  • Nice Is Not Good: He's one of the nicest people in Shi Hassaikai but he's still a member of Shi Hassaikai in the first place.
  • The Social Darwinist: Like canon he is still this, except less loud and more subtle about it.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: His interactions with Overhaul practically scream this.
  • The Bus Came Back: After over 40 chapters he comes back, as he meets Rei, Shuichi, Blacksmith and Shoto.
  • Token Good Teammate: Well, he kinda has to be when everyone of his co-workers and boss is some varying form of The Dreaded and he isn't. In fact before Spinner gained a moral compass, he was likely the most moral person on the villains side and arguably still is.
  • The Worf Barrage: His most powerful barrage of punches were no-seller by a black noumu, leaving him to needing to be saved by a hero.

     Overhaul 
The leader of Shi Hassaikai and arguably the Big Bad of the first act. Just like in canon, he is a complete monster who will do anything to get his way. He will kill anyone if he believes he's been slighted in some way. His Quirk "Overhaul" allows him to reassemble and disassemble matter with a touch.

  • Abusive Parents: Just like in canon, he is this to Eri.
  • Bad Boss: Just like in canon, he will not hesitate to kill his underlings if they so much as annoy him.
  • Foil: To Mei Hatsume. Both are jerkasses who run some type of organization and treat their underlings poorly. However, Overhaul has the funding of the Japanese Mafia while Mei essentially had nothing but her dad's scraps and effectively a YouTube channel/Kickstarter campaign. The treatment of their underlings also resulted in them being betrayed after they did something that crossed a line. However, Mei immediately realized she had done something wrong and used this as an opportunity to grow as an individual and form a more equal partnership with Izuku. Overhaul didn't actually learn anything from his betrayal and his only regret was underestimating Rei Todoroki.
  • Greater-Scope Villain: Arguably is this for the first act. He never really acts directly, preferring to act within the shadows. He's responsible for the world finding out about All Might's condition and Shouto losing his Quirk. He's also indirectly responsible for Toga infiltrating U.A. and replacing Toru Hagakure, which lead to a whole slew of other problems even after his death.
  • Karmic Death: He repeatedly treated his fights with his underlings by touching them and immediately killing them so it's fitting that he dies without even getting a chance to fight just like his underlings in their fights against him.
  • My Death Is Just the Beginning: Downplayed. He never intended to die but several of his plans have already been put in motion and have consequences after his death.
  • Oh, Crap!: When he realizes how powerful Rei is.
  • Touch of Death: Uses his Quirk this was as well as having Healing Hands.
  • Underestimating Badassery: Believed he had no chance against Endeavor so he went after Endeavor's wife for an easier target. Boy was he wrong...
  • The Unfought: He manipulated the events of the story for the first act and was built up to be the Big Bad of the story. Our protagonists never even meet the guy and his confrontation with Rei Todoroki was hardly a fight.

     Toga 
Himiko Toga is a freelance villain. While she has done work with Shi Hassaikai and is currently with the League of Villains, it's very clear that she is only working for them because it suits her interests. Her most influential role is using her Quirk to shapeshift into a student of U.A. and using her position to leak information to whoever she's working for.

  • Adaptational Badass: She possesses the same shapeshifting ability that her canon self does. However, this Toga's Quirk also allows her to copy another person's Quirk, albeit at a weaker level than the original user. This means that Toga can utilize the powers of not just Mutation Quirks (which, her canon self could conceivably copy) but that of Emitters and Transformations as well.
  • Adaptational Personality Change: Canon Toga shares her bloodlust but goes about it in a more cold and caluclating method instead of her usual wild insanity. She actually has a perfectly good opportunity to kill Izuku at Yaoyorozu's party but whereas canon Toga would've taken the opportunity in a heartbeat, this Toga holds off on it for multiple reasons; 1) she knows that Jirou has a super hearing Quirk and could easily figure out who was with Midoriya last, 2) she is in a crowded party with quite a few witnesses and 3) She wanted Mei as well as Izuku.
  • A God Am I: Downplayed. She doesn't have a massive god complex for most of her screen time but her response to Mustard in chapter 9 implies she has one all the same.
    Mustard: Oh god
    Toga: Ya are goddamn right I am.
  • Depraved Bisexual: She has made it very clear she likes Izuku and Mei but when she finally gets them she proceeds to subject them to Cold-Blooded Torture.
  • The Dreaded: Hell yes. Toga may as well be made of literal nightmares with how often she serves as this. Her Quirk allows her to shapeshift into anyone and you'll be hard pressed to find someone who isn't afraid of her; be it hero or villain.
  • Fauxshadowing: Tsuyu shares many of her traits such as a romantic interest in Izuku and a blood lust yet she's not the one Toga transformed into.
  • Foreshadowing: She has a bit of it in regards to who she replaced:
    • Because Hagakure's actions are always a performance, she doesn't have to worry about how those around her view her actions. Similarly because she would be invisible she wouldn't have to worry about faking facial expressions.
    • The first thing Hagakure noticed after she was released from Shinsou's Mind Control was that Izuku was bleeding which hints towards Toga's obsession with blood.
    • Hagakure is the only character, besides Toga herself, in the entire story to express romantic interest in both Izuku and Mei at the same time.
    • Mustard can't seem to find her when he infiltrates the school yet she can find him just fine and appears out of nowhere. It's almost as if she was invisible or something.
  • Humanoid Abomination: Comes off as one. She regularly causes anyone who gets near her, including hardened heroes Endeavor, to become uncomfortable and get the instinctual desire to flee. Locked up in Tartarus, she caused them to have to move the criminals from around her due to the nightmares being in her vicinity caused (with one even dying because of them), and even some guards refuse to go there.
    • During her fight with Mustard, she switches rapidly between other forms to try to compensate for the gas, and Mustard could swear he saw something between each shift that looked... Less than human.
  • In Love with Your Carnage: She has a crush on Izuku and Mei and when she finally has them in her grasp, she proceeds to torture them (or planned to anyway). Her crush extends to Jiro after she shattered her guitar clubbing Toga with it.
  • Paranoia Fuel: A big reason for why she's The Dreaded. She can shapeshift into anyone, including a friend or family member. Just think about it. You could be going about your day, perfectly unaware that one of your friends has been replaced by a psychopathic murderer. That's not even getting into the horror that comes with the idea that she picks you to replace.
  • Power Copying: Her Quirk allows her to utilize a weaker version of the Quirk, the person she shapeshifts into has.
  • Shapeshifter: What her Quirk allows her to become.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: This is essentially her reaction when Izuku and Mei try to appeal to her better nature.
  • The Sociopath: She has no qualms kidnapping a teenager to replace their life, threatening her co-workers when they go against her will, electrocuting a person she is supposedly in love with and subjecting both objects of her affections to Cold-Blooded Torture.
  • Walking Spoiler: Who she replaced at U.A. is one of the biggest spoilers of the story and adds a new perspective to that character's actions.

Other Characters

     Ken Hatsume - Blacksmith 
Mei's father and a former pro hero who went by the name Blacksmith. He used to be in a romantic relationship with Rei but then Endeavor happened. After getting too involved in Rei's affairs, Endeavor sued him and effectively destroyed his career. He currently works as a mechanic, fixing up cars. His Quirk, Iron Works, allows him to manipulate metal within five meters of himself.

  • Deadpan Snarker: Does show traits of this but it really comes in full force when he's speaking to Endeavor.
  • Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors: In a way. His Quirk makes him the best match against All For One as he can just dismantle All For One's life support system.
  • Extraoredinary: His Quirk allows him to manipulate metal and he's very proficient at it. He can easily dismantle heavy machinery in seconds and was able to put the Indestructible suit together.
  • Foil: He is one to Endeavor. Both had a relationship with Rei and had kids that they didn't really care about. However, Blacksmith truly loved Rei and while he didn't exactly want Mei, he still loves her all the same and the two have a stable familial relationship. By contrast Endeavor did want Shouto but only to accomplish his own goals and as such the two don't have a good relationship. Additionally Endeavor only really cares about Rei as a Baby Factory and pretty much discarded her when he didn't need her anymore.
  • Hands-Off Parenting: He pretty much lets Mei do whatever the hell she wants, as long as it doesn't involve Endeavor.
  • I Did What I Had to Do: Was perfectly willing to leave Izuku for dead so that he could get Mei out alive.
  • Mundane Utility: Being able to manipulate metal does wonders for you when your job consists of disassembling and reassembling metal cars.
  • Original Character: Because Mei is a minor character in canon, Blacksmith had to be created to expand on her and her family.
  • Parental Favoritism: Inverted. Mei believed that she had to choose a side when her parents got divorced and to his bewilderment, she has always chosen him.
  • Retired Badass: He may not be a Pro Hero anymore but he more than proves his metal during the Hideout Raid where he takes down Mr. Compress and All For One.
  • Unreliable Narrator: Deconstructed. In telling Mei his stories of Rei and Endeavor, he made himself look like a better person than he really is and as a result of Poor Communication Kills, Mei essentially waged war on not just Endeavor but the entire Todoroki family.
  • What the Hell, Hero?:
    • This is his reaction to finding out Izuku, and by extension Mei, took up Endeavor's offer to intern at his agency.
    • In a more general example, this is essentially his default mode when confronting Endeavor.

     Enji Todoroki - Endeavor 
Shouto's father and the number 2 Pro Hero. He effectively broke up Ken and Rei so that he could use her in a eugenics program. Once he finally got the ideal child to succeed him, Shouto, he effectively discarded Rei and it was made more official after she poured boiling water on him. His Quirk, Hellflame, allows him to manipulate fire.

  • Abusive Parents: Just like in canon, he is this.
  • Adaptational Jerkass: Overlaps with Adaptational Villainy. Thanks to Adaptational Expansion, we find out just what Endeavor does to those who get in his way. He didn't just force Rei into an Arranged Marriage but he forced her to break up with her current love for the sake of his eugenics experiment. When said love tried to expose him, he caused Blacksmith to go completely bankrupt, sell his house and then demolished the house just to be a petty douchebag.
  • Characterization Marches On: During the Hosu arc, he seems genuinely impressed with the Indestructible armor. However, later arcs give him a personality not unlike that of Shouto's at the start; completely disregarding any technology as mere trinkets that couldn't hope to keep up with Quirks.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Everything he does after his son loses his Quirk is to help him regain that Quirk. It's a downplayed case because Shouto is his entire plan to surpass All Might.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Yes, Endeavor is a sociopath who has ruined the lives of those who get in his way but even he refuses to put an innocent girl in danger. Subverted when he gave Eri to the Doctor so he could find a way to reverse the effects of the Quirk-erasing bullet.
  • Evil Is Petty: Pretty much all of his interactions with Blacksmith. He demolished the guy's house just to make a point and after the Hideout Raid arc, forbade him from seeing Rei again. Hell, he doesn't even need Rei anymore; he just likes the fact that she is his and his alone.
  • Hate Sink: What the fact that he's ruined the lives of several people on the main cast without remorse, only cares about himself and is clearly one of the most morally bankrupt characters in the story didn't tip you off?
  • Manipulative Bastard: Yes. Upon realizing that one of his interns is the daughter of the man whose life he ruined, he did everything in his power to try and manipulate her. Of course, Mei's total hatred of any Todoroki at the time effectively made the attempt pointless.
  • Playing with Fire: His Quirk.
  • Would Hurt a Child: If him being an Abusive Parent didn't convince you, the fact that he had absolutely no qualms beating down Izuku will.

     Eri 
A young girl in the care of the Yakuza, who attached herself to Spinner and Mustard. She is essntially dragged along by them until Indestructible saves her. Noted to be a fan of Indestructible though has started to shift to Ignite as of recent times.

  • Abusive Parents: Just like in canon, she has this in the form of Overhaul.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: She defends villains who were nice to her mainly because she doesn't know any better. This gets deconstructed when it causes her to be Innocently Insensitive to others.
  • Black and White Morality: Justified and lampshaded by Shouto. She doesn't seem to understand that though Spinner and Mustard saved her, they are also criminals who need to be apprehended. The same goes for Stain.
  • Damsel in Distress: Just like in canon, she's this but interestingly she doesn't get saved by heroes but by Spinner, Mustard and Stain.
  • Fangirl: Is one of Indestructible and later became one of Ignite.
  • Innocently Insensitive: Pretty much every positive comment about Stain that comes out of her mouth is this to Iida, the person who's brother ended up crippled because of Stain.
  • Morality Pet: Serves as this to Spinner and Mustard.
  • Powered by a Forsaken Child: Just like in canon, she is this for Overhaul's entire operation.
  • Tragic Keepsake: Her Ipad as it turns out. She is adamant about watching it for Spinner.
  • Troubled Child: Poor thing can't seem to catch a break. She had to deal with Overhaul, got separated by the only people who were kind to her, she did get to meet Project: Indestructible only to piss off one of its members and the music show she was looking forward to got ruined by her idol.
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