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    Midoriya Izuku was going to be a quirkless hero.

    Until he met All Might.

    Then he decided to be a more or less quirkless hero.

     

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    One for All is sentient, stubborn, and an asshole. Izuku just wants to be a hero who saves as many people as possible, but having a vaguely homicidal and moderately sadistic quirk given to him isn't exactly helping most of the time. At least - between the quirk, the mad scientist, a purple panda, and a set of clothes - he isn't lonely anymore.

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    28 Feb 2021

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    All For One, like many other individuals, has non-violent hobbies.

    Said hobbies result in him trying to troll quirk analyst SmallMight41 online and getting repeatedly (and accidentally) wrecked in the process.

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    24 Feb 2021

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    24 Feb 2021

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    Shouto indulges Midoriya's curiousity about how his Quirk works. Just like everything he does with Midoriya, Quirk study sessions quickly become life-changing.

    In other words: Shouto learns how to spite his dad, scare his friends, and how teenagers are supposed to act when they're in love.

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    15 Feb 2021

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    Izuku chases around heroes, happily filling out his notebooks until he's forced to face the reality that even heroes aren't as heroic as they pretend to be for the cameras.

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    11 Feb 2021