My Hero Academia has revealed some of the advantages the villains have ahead of the final battle of the series! Kohei Horikoshi is continuing to speed his way through the Final Act of the original manga series as it’s becoming increasingly clear that the heroes and villains are preparing for an even bigger war than seen with the Paranormal Liberation Front before. As both sides of the conflict figure out how they need to get ready for the ultimate fight, it’s also becoming too clear that the odds are heavily stacked in the villains’ favor for the fight to come.
Breaking it down in the newest chapter of the series, Izuku Midoriya and the other young heroes figure out three major advantages that the villains have heading into this next major war. Just as how they noted previously that the villains just have far more forces at their disposal, the villains also have the benefits of a truly secret hideout that the heroes can’t pinpoint, and they hold all of the tactical power in that the heroes can do nothing but wait until the villains decide to make their first real move.
Chapter 336 of the series revisits Izuku and Class 1-A as they continue to train as hard as they can for whatever fight is to come, but they also quickly break down the overall vagueness of what that fight will be. Despite all of their little victories before, there are still three major advantages the villains have. First, finding All For One himself is practically impossible as the heroes have only been able to find either old defunct laboratories or Ujiko’s hospital from before. Secondly, Shigaraki’s body will be complete this next time around and the heroes have well under half of the fighters they had last time they struggled against the villain.
Finally, it’s the villains who will be making the first move. All the heroes can do is prepare as many fighters as they can. and hopefully enter the final conflict in a way that is not immediately disadvantageous to them. It’s a lot of tough waters to navigate, but it’s also not entirely a dire situation. It’s still one that the heroes can face off against, and while not everyone will make it out unscathed, it’s also a war that will change the series forever.
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from Ultimate Comic Blog