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  • I tried to make a page for the 5th user of one for all but I fail, sorry

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    • Please read the Spoiler Policy which basically states to wait until the official release on Viz or Manga Plus to add that information or else it will be deleted.

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    • You should probably wait till the official release(1/19/20 to make the page.) That's how most new pages work here. We only create them when the chapter is officially released from the VIZ scans.

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  • If it were only one strand of hair, then you would be correct.

    But the streak is spread across multiple stands.

    You don't say that a hair comb is "on your hair".

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  • I noticed that you feel that my edits to the trivia section of Kai Chisaki were offensive. I would like to say that it was not my intent to come across that way. I was just trying to point out what aspects Horikoshi seemed to draw from when creating the charcter, like how he drew from Mirage comics for Stain. I shall refrain from adding those points again because you hold a higher power than I do on this wiki, but I think it's a shame that you're ignoring points of trivia rather than improving where I went wrong.

    Again I am sorry, and I will not do it again. 

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    • The problem is that the trivia IS really vague.

      For example, Tenya Iida has a studious personality, parted hairstyle, a robotic costume and engine powers that could reflect the Japanese automobile industry, but those things are just cultural trends in writing. It's like saying that Momo Yaoyorozu is the typical Anime princess, or that Katsuki is a mix of popular rival tropes in Japanese media. Every character carries their own share of cultural Japanese behavior because they're Japanese characters written by a Japanese author.

      Like, the only character confirmed to be intentionally a reflection of Japanese society is Sir Nighteye, as the author confirmed him to be a foil to the American-inspired All Might. Nighteye was designed after the common imagery of a salaryman, and we know this because the author said as much.

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    • I tried to be specific on what parts of his character represented what, I don't see how I was vague. But again, you're the boss. Or at least one of them, but you get what I mean.

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    • I'm not trying to be a boss or anything. I'm explaining why the trivia doesn't work.

      Stuff like "he wears a surgical mask like plenty of Japanese people" is just bad trivia. It's like saying that Katsuki resembles a typical Japanese delinquent because of his blonde hair and angry personality. In Overhaul's case, you're just trying to list aspects of Japanese culture he vaguely fits in (and sometimes they're not even Japanese culture, just trends Japanese people enjoy), despite that being true for every character due to, again, this being a Japanese work. I could list plenty of Japanese-specific cliches in characters like Shoto, Izuku, Tokoyami, Aizawa...

      Never mind that surgical masks are common throughout East Asia, not just Japan, so it's not a specific Japan thing.

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  • Hi KingCannon. Your input here would be appreciated https://bokunoheroacademia.fandom.com/f/p/3216274079350995119

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  • Hey, sorry to ask, but I was hoping you could make an edit for me.

    My hero Academia: Best Jeanist

    I was hoping you could edit his Quirk summary.

    I would do it myself, but the page is blocked from non-admin edits

    This is the Quirk summary now:

    Best Jeanist can manipulate fibers at will as long as the person is wearing clothes. He can unravel a part of his clothes into fabric strings and can use them to restrain targets. This Quirk works better on denim rather than sweats. This is a powerful ability that catches most off guard. He can manipulate his threads to move very fast, far, thin enough to be nearly invisible, and strong enough to easily bind even Nomu.


    And here's what I'm hoping you can change it to:

    Tsunagu's Quirk allows him to freely manipulate the threads in any nearby piece of fabric. His Quirk works best with denim, and least effective on sweats.

    He can unravel a part of his own clothing into strings and use them to restrain targets, as well as use the targets own clothing against them.



    All I'm asking is that you copy and paste. Again, I'm really sorry to ask.

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    • Sorry, late reply.

      I'm doing some cleanup right now and working on filtering articles. Thanks for the note.

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    • Just trying to do my part

      I just can't do it on that page since it's blocked

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    • Since your making changes anyway, might I recommend the Quirk of the hero Thirteen.

      The current Quirk description is hardly accurate.

      It should say: Thirteen's Quirk allows her to replicate a black hole suction effect from her fingertips. The suction is very powerful and not even light can escape it. Anything sucked into the black hole is disintegrated into dust.

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  • Aren't we supposed to wait until the official translation is out before putting information with spoilers?

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  • 1 is black whip a quirk by it self or off shoot of one for all 2 why are quirks that give users super strength , speed and durability( one for all ,power) classifed under emitter ? 3 those neito not being able copy blavk whip as well when he copied one for all count as trivia general info or nothing?

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  • Hello

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  • Hi

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