Just asking; exactly how does Ochaco qualify as a main protagonist? She has less screen time than many other supporting characters and she hasn't even had a story arc that revolve around her. So why is she called a protagonist again? I'd argue that she isn't even a main character.ExcelCore (talk) 21:16, November 30, 2018 (UTC)
- For context, it appears that statement's been around since the article's creation back towards the end of 2014. But yes, it might be a stretch to call her a main protagonist, so much as perhaps a main character from Class 1-A. Unless there's an edit war in progress on the matter, I think it's safe to change. puxlit (talk) 07:49, December 1, 2018 (UTC)
Hair Color Consensus
So, Ochaco's name is actually hinting at the color of tea. Hence her sort've rich yet darker colored hair and eyes. I know in the context of animation, natural tones of what Americans call red hair may seem brown, but I think her hair is not brown. It's a deep reddish-orange color, like tea. I think in Japan they use the term chestnut for hair that is in the range of darker or natural orange/reddish tones. Should we call it chestnut? Should we call it auburn? Reddish-brown? Goniochromism (talk) 14:44, May 24, 2019 (UTC)
They do get specific like that here, honestly: https://bokunoheroacademia.fandom.com/wiki/Katsuki_Bakugo https://bokunoheroacademia.fandom.com/wiki/Romero_Fujimi https://bokunoheroacademia.fandom.com/wiki/Rikiya_Yotsubashi Goniochromism (talk) 16:15, June 19, 2019 (UTC)
Age issues between the Manga and Anime.
Not sure if this has been talked about somewhere else but the ages of the characters change between the manga and anime. Noticed this with Ochako as she should now be 16 in the manga but 15 in the anime so does it need to be changed on the wiki or does the wiki only follow the anime or manga? Overtalker (talk) 12:49, September 12, 2019 (UTC)