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{{Quotes|PH|Heroes and villains are two sides of the same coin... I can see it in that glare of yours. So what is it that really makes someone a hero?|'''Tsunagu Hakamata''' to [[Katsuki Bakugo|<span style="color:white">Katsuki Bakugo</span>]] in [[Chapter 48|<span style="color:white">"Getting the Knack"</span>]]}}
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{{Quotes|Heroes and villains are two sides of the same coin... I can see it in that glare of yours. So what is it that really makes someone a hero?|'''Tsunagu Hakamata''' to [[Katsuki Bakugo]] in [[Chapter 48|"Getting the Knack"]]}}
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{{Character Infobox
 
|name = Tsunagu Hakamata
 
|name = Tsunagu Hakamata
 
|image = <gallery>
 
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|kanji = {{Ruby|袴田|はかまた}}{{Ruby|維|つなぐ}}
 
|kanji = {{Ruby|袴田|はかまた}}{{Ruby|維|つなぐ}}
 
|romaji = ''Hakamata Tsunagu''
 
|romaji = ''Hakamata Tsunagu''
|alias = {{Nihongo|Fiber Hero "Best Jeanist"|ファイバーヒーロー ベストジー二スト|Faibā Hīrō Besuto Jīnisuto}}
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|alias = {{Nihongo|Fiber Hero: Best Jeanist|ファイバーヒーロー ベストジー二スト|Faibā Hīrō Besuto Jīnisuto}}
 
|birthday = October 5
 
|birthday = October 5
|age = 35
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|age = 35 (First Appearance)
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36 (Current)
 
|gender = Male
 
|gender = Male
 
|height = 190 cm (6'3")
 
|height = 190 cm (6'3")
|hair = Blonde
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|hair = Blond
 
|eye = Green
 
|eye = Green
 
|bloodtype = AB
 
|bloodtype = AB
 
|quirk = [[Fiber Master]]
 
|quirk = [[Fiber Master]]
|status = Alive
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|status = Unknown
 
|birthplace = {{Wikipedia|Okayama Prefecture}}
 
|birthplace = {{Wikipedia|Okayama Prefecture}}
 
|occupation = [[Heroes|Pro Hero]]
 
|occupation = [[Heroes|Pro Hero]]
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{{Nihongo|'''Tsunagu Hakamata'''|{{Ruby|袴田|はかまだ}}{{Ruby|維|つなぐ}}|Hakamata Tsunagu}},{{ref|name = v6|vol = 6|page = 86}} also known as {{Nihongo|'''Fiber Hero "Best Jeanist"'''|ファイバーヒーロー ベストジー二スト|Faibā Hīrō Besuto Jīnisuto}}, is the formerly No. 4, now No. 3 [[Heroes|Pro Hero]] and recipient of the "Best Jeanist" award for eight consecutive years.{{Ref|name = c3|chap = 3|ep = 4}}
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{{Nihongo|'''Tsunagu Hakamata'''|{{Ruby|袴田|はかまだ}}{{Ruby|維|つなぐ}}|Hakamata Tsunagu}},{{ref|name = v6|vol = 6|page = 86}} also known as {{Nihongo|'''Fiber Hero: Best Jeanist'''|ファイバーヒーロー ベストジー二スト|Faibā Hīrō Besuto Jīnisuto}}, was the former [[Hero Billboard Chart JP|No. 4]], now No. 3 [[Heroes|Pro Hero]] and recipient of the "Best Jeanist" award for eight consecutive years.{{Ref|name = c3|chap = 3|ep = 4}}
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
Tsunagu is a tall man with dark eyes and blonde hair combed into a side-part. In his hero costume, the majority of Best Jeanist's body is clad in denim. He has the waist of jeans shaped into a cylinder to covers his mouth and a jean jacket with sleeves. Best Jeanist finishes his outfit with a pair of jeans and brown boots. As shown on several occasions, he has unnaturally long and flexible neck.
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Tsunagu is a tall, slim man with an unnaturally long and flexible neck, as shown on several occasions, and dark, heavily-lashed eyes which appear to tilt slightly inwards. He has rather long blonde hair which he wears combed drastically to the left, covering his left eye.
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His hero [[costume]] consists of a pair of jeans, a denim waistcoat with two large breast pockets, and a denim dress shirt with a very high collar which covers his face up to just below his nose. He wears two belts, one around his collar and one around his waist, and short dark brown boots with thick gray shafts and soles.
   
 
===Gallery===
 
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==Personality==
 
==Personality==
Tsunagu is an elegant man with flamboyant tendencies. He believes very strongly that people with influence must maintain a positive appearance both physically and socially. Best Jeanist often uses metaphors referencing jeans or denim. He often inspires his recruits with speeches by telling them to keep their life straight like their jeans. {{ref|chap = 57|ep = 31}}
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Best Jeanist was an elegant man with flamboyant tendencies. He believes very strongly that people with influence must maintain a positive appearance both physically and socially. Best Jeanist often uses metaphors referencing jeans, denim, and various other sewing and fabric based phrases, often inspiring his recruits with speeches, telling them to keep their life straight like their jeans. {{ref|chap = 57|ep = 31}}
   
Best Jeanist admits to being unfond of brutish individuals like [[Katsuki Bakugo|Katsuki]].{{ref|name = ch48|chap = 48|ep = 27}} Best Jeanist took Katsuki on to try to fix his attitude only to be frustrated by the young man's stubbornness.{{ref|chap-86|name = ch86|ep = 47}} 
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Best Jeanist admits to being unfond of brutish individuals like [[Katsuki Bakugo]].{{ref|name = ch48|chap = 48|ep = 27}} He took Katsuki on to try to fix his attitude only to be frustrated by the young man's stubbornness.{{ref|chap-86|name = ch86|ep = 47}} 
   
Best Jeanist takes the role of being a hero very seriously. He is selfless, brave, and charismatic. Best Jeanist aims to spread a sense of a peace to all people and believes hero's don't make excuses. He did not hesitate to take the full brunt of [[All For One]]'s attack to save his allies, something the latter later praised him for.{{ref|name = ch89|chap = 89|ep = 48}}
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Best Jeanist takes the role of being a hero very seriously. He was selfless, brave, and charismatic, and aims to spread a sense of a peace to all people and believes heroes don't make excuses. He did not hesitate to take the full brunt of [[All For One]]'s attack to save his allies, something the latter later praised him for.{{ref|name = ch89|chap = 89|ep = 48}}
   
==History==
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Best Jeanist believes that no matter how dire a situation may be, a real hero doesn't believe in excuses.{{ref|name = ch89|chap = 89|ep = 48}}
Some time ago, Best Jeanist was called into a meeting with [[Shota Aizawa|Eraserhead]], [[Masaki Mizushima|Manual]], [[Death Arms]], [[Snipe]], [[Thirteen]], [[Enji Todoroki|Endeavor]], [[Air Jet]], [[Nemuri Kayama|Midnight]], [[Tensei Iida|Ingenium]], [[Gunhead]] and a member of the police force to speak about the unwilling civilians injected with [[Trigger]].
 
   
 
==Abilities==
 
==Abilities==
'''Enhanced Durability:''' Tsunagu was able to take a direct hit from All For One's attack and remain conscious, albeit taking heavy injuries.
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[[File:Fiber_Master.gif|thumb|220px|thumb|Best Jeanist's proficiency with his Quirk, Fiber Master, is so great, he can restrain an immensely powerful villain such as [[All For One]].]]
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'''Overall Abilities''': Best Jeanist was ranked 4th of Japan's heroes, before taking the spot of Number 3 after [[Toshinori Yagi|All Might's]] retirement. He also possesses a proficient handle on his powerful Quirk, Fiber Master. Tsunagu can unravel part of his clothes into fabric strings and manipulate them in order to restrain targets.{{ref|chap=87|page=17-18|ep=47}} Since his Hero [[costume]] is covered from head to toe with denim, his Quirk specialty, he always has a source of easily controllable fibers for him to weaponize at his disposal. Another known application includes manipulating fibers of clothes worn by allies for forced evasive maneuvers.
   
===Quirk===
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As he is ranked very highly, Best Jeanist is an immensely powerful hero, which has been proven in his fight against the [[League of Villains]]. Best Jeanist was not only successful at restraining multiple low-end and mid-end [[Nomu]], some of which were defeated by his comrades [[Yu Takeyama|Mt. Lady]] and [[Kugo Sakamata|Gang Orca]], but he was capable of swiftly immobilizing the incredibly powerful [[All For One]]. However, the latter case was temporary, as the Symbol of Evil broke free from Best Jeanist's restraints and defeated the [[Hideout Raid Team]].
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*'''Enhanced Durability''': Tsunagu was able to take a direct hit from All For One's attack and remain conscious, albeit taking heavy injuries and eventually losing one lung.
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'''Skilled Youth Counselor''': Gang Orca was surprised to find out that Tsunagu was unable to reform Katsuki's brutish behavior. This implies that he has good record of reforming troubled youths.
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===[[Quirk]]===
 
[[File:Best_Jeanist_using_his_Quirk.png|thumb|220px|Fiber Master.]]
 
[[File:Best_Jeanist_using_his_Quirk.png|thumb|220px|Fiber Master.]]
{{Nihongo|'''[[Fiber Master]]'''|ファイバーマスター|Faibā Masutā}}: 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.{{Ref|chap = 88|page = 12}} 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.
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{{Nihongo|'''[[Fiber Master]]'''|ファイバーマスター|Faibā Masutā}}: 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.
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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.
   
 
===Stats===
 
===Stats===
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==Battles and Events==
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'''[[Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals|Vigilantes]]'''
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*[[Pro Heroes vs. Impromptu Villains]]
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*[[Sky Egg Bombing]]
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'''[[Vs. Hero Killer Arc]]'''
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*[[Hero Agency Internships]]
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'''[[Hideout Raid Arc]]'''
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*[[Kamino Incident]]
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**[[Hideout Raid Team vs. All For One]]
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**[[Toshinori Yagi vs. All For One: Rematch|Toshinori Yagi vs. All For One: Rematch]]
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*His name contains the kanji for {{Nihongo|"{{Wikipedia|Hakama}}"|袴}}, {{Nihongo|"field"|田}}, and a component of the word {{Nihongo|"fiber"|維}}.
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*Tsunagu’s name contains the kanji for {{Nihongo|"{{Wikipedia|Hakama}}"|袴}}, {{Nihongo|"field"|田}}, and a component of the word {{Nihongo|"fiber"|維}}.
 
**His given name is homophonous with the verb "to tie or fasten".
 
**His given name is homophonous with the verb "to tie or fasten".
*Best Jeanist's favorite animal is the wolf.
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*Tsunagu’s favorite animal is the wolf.
*In series, Best Jeanist leads the fashion world with huge popularity among both young and middle-aged men.{{ref|name = v6|page = 86}}
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*In series, Tsunagu leads the fashion world with huge popularity among both young and middle-aged men.{{ref|name = v6|page = 86}}
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*Tsunagu lost one of his lungs in the fight against All For One.{{ref|chap = 231}}
   
 
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Revision as of 16:14, January 7, 2020

Heroes and villains are two sides of the same coin... I can see it in that glare of yours. So what is it that really makes someone a hero?
Tsunagu Hakamata to Katsuki Bakugo in "Getting the Knack"

Tsunagu Hakamata (袴田 (はかまだ) (つなぐ) Hakamata Tsunagu?),[1] also known as Fiber Hero: Best Jeanist (ファイバーヒーロー ベストジー二スト Faibā Hīrō Besuto Jīnisuto?), was the former No. 4, now No. 3 Pro Hero and recipient of the "Best Jeanist" award for eight consecutive years.[2]

Appearance

Tsunagu is a tall, slim man with an unnaturally long and flexible neck, as shown on several occasions, and dark, heavily-lashed eyes which appear to tilt slightly inwards. He has rather long blonde hair which he wears combed drastically to the left, covering his left eye.

His hero costume consists of a pair of jeans, a denim waistcoat with two large breast pockets, and a denim dress shirt with a very high collar which covers his face up to just below his nose. He wears two belts, one around his collar and one around his waist, and short dark brown boots with thick gray shafts and soles.

Gallery

Personality

Best Jeanist was an elegant man with flamboyant tendencies. He believes very strongly that people with influence must maintain a positive appearance both physically and socially. Best Jeanist often uses metaphors referencing jeans, denim, and various other sewing and fabric based phrases, often inspiring his recruits with speeches, telling them to keep their life straight like their jeans. [3]

Best Jeanist admits to being unfond of brutish individuals like Katsuki Bakugo.[4] He took Katsuki on to try to fix his attitude only to be frustrated by the young man's stubbornness.[5] 

Best Jeanist takes the role of being a hero very seriously. He was selfless, brave, and charismatic, and aims to spread a sense of a peace to all people and believes heroes don't make excuses. He did not hesitate to take the full brunt of All For One's attack to save his allies, something the latter later praised him for.[6]

Best Jeanist believes that no matter how dire a situation may be, a real hero doesn't believe in excuses.[6]

Abilities

Fiber Master

Best Jeanist's proficiency with his Quirk, Fiber Master, is so great, he can restrain an immensely powerful villain such as All For One.

Overall Abilities: Best Jeanist was ranked 4th of Japan's heroes, before taking the spot of Number 3 after All Might's retirement. He also possesses a proficient handle on his powerful Quirk, Fiber Master. Tsunagu can unravel part of his clothes into fabric strings and manipulate them in order to restrain targets.[7] Since his Hero costume is covered from head to toe with denim, his Quirk specialty, he always has a source of easily controllable fibers for him to weaponize at his disposal. Another known application includes manipulating fibers of clothes worn by allies for forced evasive maneuvers.

As he is ranked very highly, Best Jeanist is an immensely powerful hero, which has been proven in his fight against the League of Villains. Best Jeanist was not only successful at restraining multiple low-end and mid-end Nomu, some of which were defeated by his comrades Mt. Lady and Gang Orca, but he was capable of swiftly immobilizing the incredibly powerful All For One. However, the latter case was temporary, as the Symbol of Evil broke free from Best Jeanist's restraints and defeated the Hideout Raid Team.

  • Enhanced Durability: Tsunagu was able to take a direct hit from All For One's attack and remain conscious, albeit taking heavy injuries and eventually losing one lung.

Skilled Youth Counselor: Gang Orca was surprised to find out that Tsunagu was unable to reform Katsuki's brutish behavior. This implies that he has good record of reforming troubled youths.

Quirk

Best Jeanist using his Quirk

Fiber Master.

Fiber Master (ファイバーマスター Faibā Masutā?): 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.

Stats

Power
 
2/5 D
Speed
 
3/5 C
Technique
 
5/5 A
Intelligence
 
3/5 C
Cooperativeness
 
3/5 C
Tsunagu's stats, according to the Ultra Archive Book

Power
 
4/6 B
Speed
 
3/6 C
Technique
 
5/6 A+
Intelligence
 
5/6 A
Fashion Sense
 
6/6 S+
Tsunagu's stats, according to the Ultra Analysis Book

Battles and Events

Battles & Events


Trivia

  • Tsunagu’s name contains the kanji for "Hakama" (?), "field" (?), and a component of the word "fiber" (?).
    • His given name is homophonous with the verb "to tie or fasten".
  • Tsunagu’s favorite animal is the wolf.
  • In series, Tsunagu leads the fashion world with huge popularity among both young and middle-aged men.[1]
  • Tsunagu lost one of his lungs in the fight against All For One.[8]

Quotes

  • (To Katsuki Bakugo) "Heroes and villains are two sides of the same coin... I can see it in that glare of yours. So what is it that really makes someone a hero?"[9]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 My Hero Academia Manga: Vol. 6 (p. 86).
  2. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 3 and Episode 4.
  3. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 57 and Episode 31.
  4. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 48 and Episode 27.
  5. My Hero Academia Anime: Episode 47, chap-86
  6. 6.0 6.1 My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 89 and Episode 48.
  7. My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 87 (p. 17-18) and Episode 47.
  8. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 231.
  9. My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 48 (p. 2).

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