Rock on with these sparkling gazes! We've come to lend a paw and help!!! Coming out of nowhere... Stingingly cute and catlike! Wild, Wild Pussycats!!!The Wild, Wild Pussycats in "Day Two"
The Wild, Wild Pussycats are one of the four hero teams that founded the Union Affairs Office. They specialize in mountain rescue operations and are veterans in their respective field. They even own their own large forested mountain. The Pussycats have twelve years of rescuing experience and expertise.
Each member of the Pussycats wears their own colored version of the same hero costume. It consists of a sleeveless, collared top decorated with three straps and a bell, a large ruffled skirt, a tail, an orange belt with pockets, a silver buckle resembling a cat paw with blue pads, large white cat gloves with retractable claws, boots with vertical stripes lined with white fur and communication devices designed to resemble cat ears.
The Pussycats are considered a highly talented group of Pro Heroes. Each one is credited by having saved countless lives in mountain rescue missions. Their varying Quirks and experience as heroes made them the perfect choice for training young heroes from U.A. High School.
Shino Sosaki, Ryuko Tsuchikawa, Tomoko Shiretoko and Yawara Chatora formed the Wild, Wild Pussycats team more than a decade ago, specializing in mountain rescue operations. The team's motif and naming scheme were all Ryuko’s idea.
On the occasion of Captain Celebrity's return to the United States, Makoto Tsukauchi decides to organize a farewell show at the Tokyo Sky Egg, inviting several of Japan's most famous heroes to participate, including the Wild Wild Pussycats.
The U.A. High School contacts the Pussycats so their first-year hero students can train their Quirks on their private property in the mountainous area named as The Beast's Forest. Since there are many students, the Pussycats also help Shota Aizawa and Sekijiro Kan to train the students.
Due the last incidents with villains, to avoid any possible threat, this contact had been kept in absolute secrecy, but somehow this information was leaked to the League of Villains. In this way, while on the night of the third day. The Pussycats organize a test of courage exercise between class 1-A and 1-B. However, that night the Vanguard Action Squad also attacks the camp with the goal of kidnapping Katsuki Bakugo.
The villain Mustard knocks most students unconscious with his Quirk Gas, Pixie-Bob is kocked out by surprise by the villain Magne, and Ragdoll is attacked by a Nomu. Mandalay and Tiger are the only ones left of the team to defend the students from the attack, although Shota Aizawa and some students also participate in the defense. In the end, even though some of the criminals were defeated and captured, the League of Villains manages to kidnap Katsuki.
During the aftermath of the Vanguard Action Squad Invasion it is discovered that Tomoko has also been kidnapped.
Two days later, Tiger joins the Police Force and a large number of Pro Heroes in the rescue operation of Katsuki Bakugo and Tomoko. Pixie-Bob is still hospitalized, and because she has to take care of her nephew Kota, Mandalay cannot participate in the rescue operation with her partner Tiger either.
Tiger along with Mt. Lady, Best Jeanist, and Gang Orca raid a warehouse that the League of Villains uses to create Nomu. Tiger rescues his partner Ragdoll, but she is unresponsive. Suddenly, All For One appears in the shadows and apologizes to Tiger, explaining that he stole Ragdoll's Quirk. With a simple air blast, All For One defeats all the heroes, although Best Jeanist manages to push them all away in time with his Fiber Master, causing Tiger to be reeled back, allowing him to survive All For One's attack.
However, Yawara is still heavily injured by the attack. While Edgeshot and Endeavor assist All Might, Yawara rescues the trapped civilian whom All Might was protecting in order to alleviate his burden.
After All Might defeats All For One, Tiger returns home with Ragdoll. When Ragdoll regains consciousness, her teammates comfort her as she cries over her stolen Quirk and the end of her career as a hero. The team enters a period of inactivity.
They receives a message from Tartarus regarding Ragdoll's stolen Quirk by All For One, in which they are informed that the villain cannot transfer the Quirk he stole back to its original user. It is being investigated to uncover the quirks he has taken.
Due to the hiatus, the Pussycats dropped from 32nd to 411th on the Hero Billboard Chart JP. Despite the huge drop, the Pussycats considers that being in the three digits despite zero action means that there are many fans who want to see them back in action, so they decide coming off their hiatus and return to hero work. Despite being Quirkless, Ragdoll decides to happily support her team from their agency as an office lady of sorts.
The Wild, Wild Pussycats go to the U.A. High School to visit Classes 1-A and 1-B students, and communicate their return to work as heroes.
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- Each member's hero name, with the exception of Tiger's, comes from a different domestic cat breed (Mandalay, Pixie-bob, and Ragdoll).
- Originally, the team would consist of only two members and their hero costume was going to be more cat-theme and black and white respectively.
- (To Class 1-A and Class 1-B) "Rock on with these sparkling gazes! We've come to lend a paw and help!!! We have come from... somewhere... Stingily cute and catlike! Wild, wild.. Pussycats!!!"
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 70 and Episode 40.
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 73 and Episode 41.
- ↑ My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 47.
- ↑ My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 49.
- ↑ My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 50.
- ↑ My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 53.
- ↑ My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 54.
- ↑ My Hero Academia: Vigilantes Manga: Chapter 55.
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 84 and Episode 46.
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 89 and Episode 48.
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 93 and Episode 49.
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 96 (p. 2-3).
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga and Anime: Chapter 184 and Episode 87.
- ↑ My Hero Academia Manga: Chapter 72 (p. 3-4).