Fat Gum delivers a great punch which not only pierces through Tengai's barrier with ease but also smashes Kendo and Hekiji into the wall, badly injuring them. Fat Gum immediately checks on Eijiro Kirishima, who is barely conscious and still trying to act tough. Fat Gum remembers the first time he met Eijiro which was at his Hero Office where Eijiro told him that he wants to be a Hero at the front lines and save peoples lives like Crimson Riot.
Fat Gum is surprised at Eijiro's determination. Surprisingly, Rappa managed to survive Fat Gum's powerful punch and is standing; Fat Gum is shocked by this and is unable to do anything due to using up all his Quirk's fat.
In a twist of events, Rappa tells Fat Gum that there are first aid supplies in a nearby room and tells him to treat Eijiro's wounds while referring him to as a man. Fat Gum does not believe Rappa, only for Rappa to convince Fat Gum that he is not the lying type. Tengai, who is also still conscious but badly injured and unable to move, criticizes Rappa for his selfishness since it is his duty to put him in line and questions Rappa about his own duty.
However, Rappa knocks out Tengai with a kick to the face who notes that he does not have any strength left to make barriers while commenting about his own injuries, being unable to lift up his arms due to his bones being broken. Fat Gum asks about Rappa's goal, to which Rappa reveals that he came from an underground fight club where he could go all out but all his opponents were unable to take his strength and he beat them easily, causing him to crave life-threatening battles.
Rappa is very happy that Fat Gum and Eijiro quenched his thirst and gave him such a life-threatening battle. Because they satisfied him, Rappa has taken a personal interest in Eijiro and Fat Gum which is why he is helping them out. Rappa tells them to use the first aid supplies so that next time he can battle them again with their lives on the line.
Fat Gum warns Rappa that he will be arrested, but Rappa refutes Fat Gum's claims. Fat Gum ponders about Rappa and sees that he does not have any ulterior motives. Fat Gum looks at Eijiro and knows for a fact that he is no longer the pathetic boy he claimed to be nor just a Hero but a true man, acknowledged even by an enemy.
In the first aid room, Fat Gum has bandaged the injured and unconscious Eijiro, managing to stop his bleeding. Seeing that they are opening up to each other even though they are on opposing sides, Fat Gum asks Rappa why he joined Chisaki's group. Rappa reveals that Kai Chisaki is the only man he has ever lost to; one day out of nowhere in the underground fight club, Chisaki appeared and challenged him.
However, Rappa died due to Chisaki's Quirk, but was brought back to normal after being defeated. Rappa has challenged Chisaki five times and has lost to him five times. Fat Gum is shocked that Chisaki was able to take on Rappa's physical strength and speed with no problem. Fat Gum wonders why Chisaki does not fight himself and asks Rappa about Chisaki's goal.
Rappa tells Fat Gum that Chisaki wishes to reinstate the yakuza, which caused a tied up Tengai to berate Rappa for revealing such confidential information. Although he does not know the full details, Rappa states that Chisaki is going to spread "something" and needs a lot of money for it; if he gets enough money, Chisaki's plan will be right around the corner.
In the basement right before the Heroes' invasion began, Chisaki is annoyed by the noise the Heroes are causing while Chronostasis who has Eri in his arms, is worried that the Eight Precepts of Death could come to an end. Chisaki refutes Chronostasis's claims because as long as he and the boss are around they will definitely survive. Most of the Eight Precepts of Death follow their boss's ideals and will not follow him even though he values the boss's will the most out of all of them.
Chisaki has black containers in his hand, stating that with the finished product and serum, the Eight Precepts of Death will make a comeback. The incident Chisaki's plan will cause will make the Heroes suffer gravely and many top investors in the underground will come running to them with loads of cash.
As he and Chronostasis walk through the basement, Chisaki tells the transfers to get to work. The transfers Chisaki and Chronostasis pass by are Himiko Toga and Twice. Himiko and Twice tell Chisaki to leave the Heroes to them.
Characters In Order of Appearance
|Shie Hassaikai Arc|
|Chapters||115 • 122 • 123 • 124 • 125 • 126 • 127 • 128 • 129 • 130 • 131 • 132 • 133 • 134 • 135 • 136 • 137 • 138 • 139 • 140 • 141 • 142 • 143 • 144 • 145 • 146 • 147 • 148 • 149 • 150 • 151 • 152 • 153 • 154 • 155 • 156 • 157 • 158 • 159 • 160 • 161 • 162|
|Episodes||62 • 63|
|Battles and Events||Class 1-A vs. Mirio Togata • Overhaul vs. League of Villains |
Hero Work-Studies (Izuku Midoriya vs. Sir Nighteye • Ryukyu Agency vs. Villains • Fat Gum Agency vs. Villains)
Shie Hassaikai Raid (Ryukyu Squad vs. Rikiya Katsukame • Suneater vs. Setsuno, Hojo & Tabe • Red Riot & Fat Gum vs. Rappa & Tengai • Nighteye Squad vs. Toga & Twice • Nighteye Squad vs. Mimic • Lemillion vs. Shin Nemoto & Deidoro Sakaki • Lemillion vs. Overhaul & Chronostasis • Nighteye Squad vs. Overhaul & Chronostasis • Deku vs. Overhaul • League of Villains vs. Snatch)