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{{Character
 
{{Character
 
|name = Crimson Riot
 
|name = Crimson Riot
|image= [[File:Crimson Riot anime.png|280px]]
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|image= [[File:Crimson Riot anime.png|250px]]
 
|kanji = 紅頬権斗
 
|kanji = 紅頬権斗
 
|romaji= ''Kōkyō-Raioto''
 
|romaji= ''Kōkyō-Raioto''
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|debutanime = [[Episode 26]] (Mentioned)
 
|debutanime = [[Episode 26]] (Mentioned)
 
|image gallery= Yes}}
 
|image gallery= Yes}}
{{Nihongo|'''Crimson Riot'''|紅頬権斗|Kōkyō-Raioto}} is a [[Heroes|Pro Hero]] and the idol of [[Eijiro Kirishima]], whose hero name (Red Riot) is a homage to him.<ref name="Chapter 45">''Boku no Hero Academia Manga'': [[Chapter 45]]</ref>
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{{Nihongo|'''Crimson Riot'''|紅頬権斗|Kōkyō-Raioto}} is a [[Heroes|Pro Hero]] and the idol of [[Eijiro Kirishima]], whose hero name: Red Riot) pays homage to.<ref name="ch45">''My Hero Academia Manga'': [[Chapter 45]]</ref>
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
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Crimson Riot seems to be a hero with a very strong will who believes that willpower is more important than one's quirk, stating "As long as you got a manly spirit, then quirks don't count for nothing."
 
Crimson Riot seems to be a hero with a very strong will who believes that willpower is more important than one's quirk, stating "As long as you got a manly spirit, then quirks don't count for nothing."
   
Crimson Riot is haunted by an incident early in his career where his momentary hesitation lead to civilian deaths. As a result of this traumatic experience, Crimson Riot became more fearful of watching innocent people die than of dying himself. Ironically, heroics fuelled by this fear gave him a reputation as a fearless hero who always charged headfirst into danger without hesitation.
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Crimson Riot is haunted by an incident early in his career where his momentary hesitation lead to civilian deaths. As a result of this traumatic experience, Crimson Riot became more fearful of watching innocent people die than of dying himself. Ironically, heroics fueled by this fear gave him a reputation as a fearless hero who always charged headfirst into danger without hesitation.
 
== Quirk and abilities ==
 
'''Quirk''': Crimson Riot's quirk seems to be hardening his hair, making his already horn shaped hair seem even more horn like. The hardening has a black effect.
 
   
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
 
===[[Vs. Hero Killer Arc]]===
 
===[[Vs. Hero Killer Arc]]===
Kirishima mentions that he's aiming for a Hero image which resembles Crimson Riot's. Midnight mentioned how Crimson Riot was a 'man among heroes'.<ref name="Chapter 45"/>
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Crimson Riot is first mentioned when Class 1-A selects their hero names prior to choosing their first internships. Eijiro Kirishima chooses the name "Red Riot". Midnight notices the similarities between Eijiro and the Pro Hero, and Eijiro states that the name pays homage. He mentions that although he was old school, Crimson Riot was a man among heroes. <ref name="ch45"/><ref>''My Hero Academia Anime'': [[Episode 26]]</ref>
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Template:Character Crimson Riot (紅頬権斗 Kōkyō-Raioto?) is a Pro Hero and the idol of Eijiro Kirishima, whose hero name: Red Riot) pays homage to.[1]

Appearance

Crimson Riot is a man with spiky, light-colored hair and he wears a mouth protection mask. He wears a light-colored outfit with a long collar and a cape.

Personality

Crimson Riot seems to be a hero with a very strong will who believes that willpower is more important than one's quirk, stating "As long as you got a manly spirit, then quirks don't count for nothing."

Crimson Riot is haunted by an incident early in his career where his momentary hesitation lead to civilian deaths. As a result of this traumatic experience, Crimson Riot became more fearful of watching innocent people die than of dying himself. Ironically, heroics fueled by this fear gave him a reputation as a fearless hero who always charged headfirst into danger without hesitation.

Synopsis

Vs. Hero Killer Arc

Crimson Riot is first mentioned when Class 1-A selects their hero names prior to choosing their first internships. Eijiro Kirishima chooses the name "Red Riot". Midnight notices the similarities between Eijiro and the Pro Hero, and Eijiro states that the name pays homage. He mentions that although he was old school, Crimson Riot was a man among heroes. [1][2]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 45
  2. My Hero Academia Anime: Episode 26

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