AKA The next generation needs teaching, I guess you’ll have to do.You are a professional hero, an accomplished public defender of this superhuman society. As of two hours ago, you are also a schoolteacher. “Thank you for coming on such short notice.” Nezu, the tiny mouse-dog-bear thing that serves as the principal of UA High School, the most prestigious hero education institution in Japan. “Normally we would’ve contacted you much earlier, but we were actually planning on having Eraserhead in your spot until just recently.”That gives you pause. Eraserhead is a great hero, but you can’t imagine him a schoolteacher. Then again, you can’t really imagine yourself as a schoolteacher. “Well, I’m happy to help out, sir,” you say. “Even if I was your second choice.”Nezu chortles merrily. “Oh, you weren’t my second choice,” he says, in that strange inhuman voice of his. “I asked ten other pro heroes before I reached out to you!”….“Fucking rat.”“Now, now,” Nezu says, waggling one paw at you. “A foul mouth is a habit you’ll have to break before you meet the children, Mr. Pro Hero….>Keen – the watchful heroQuirk: 20/20+. Keen can see all across the electromagnetic spectrum, and his observational prowess allows him to identify weak points in objects or people.>Sahara – the desert heroQuirk: Sandstorm. Sahara can manipulate sand in a wide radius around his body, not only to attack and defend but also for precision tasks. >Acrobat – the soaring heroQuirk: Gravi-shift. When pushing off a solid surface, Acrobat can change the direction gravity pulls him.Voting is 20 minutes.
>>3894565>Sahara – the desert heroHe's angry, not because of a tragic past, because he has sand in his fucking underpants aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh
>>3894565>>Sahara – the desert hero>Quirk: Sandstorm. Sahara can manipulate sand in a wide radius around his body, not only to attack and defend but also for precision tasks.He doesn't cry, he's just got sand in his eyes
>>3894565>Sahara – the desert heroPocket sand the character, plus Shiggy's quirk can't eat through sand very well
>>3894565>Sahara – the desert heroMr. Sandman
>>3894565>Sahara – the desert heroSahara wasn't our first choice for a name- it was Pocket Sand- but it was already taken.
While we're waiting let's brainstorm techniques and super moves.
>>3894735Dude just steal Gara's moveset. Also how long do we have until Deku's Semi-Italian Judeo-Christan Stand cult becomes a problem and begins contaminating the school with a virile strain of infectious super autism? Do we have any strategies to counter his mafia subversion tactics?
>>3894565>Sahara – the desert hero
>>3894753Like not even two hours.
>>3894565>Acrobat – the soaring hero
>>3894735We could create sheets of sand a single grain thick to slice through opponents- call it Desert Pane.>>3894753There is no defence for turbo autism- only counter offence in equal or greater force.
>>3894735we can control sand, right?So, if we can manipulate the motion of sandwe can, theoretically, make a sandstormnow, obviously we already have that ability, given the name of our quirkbut let's take it up a notchso a Sandstorm requires a lot of motion alreadywhat if we amplify it? Have a very small, concentrated sand tornado that spins at such high speed that it reaches the melting point of glassabruptly stop all motion to create a glass prisonif we apply this on an even smaller scale, we can have more than one of these glass-making storms at a timeperhaps even have one big permanent sandstorm, that produces glass on a small scaleand use the kinetic energy of our sandstorm, to hurl glass shards at high speed at our enemieseffectively giving us a gunAlso, what is the limit of sand?because as I understand it, sand is just tiny pebblesso logically, if we carry a small bit of sand with us at all times, then we can turn any rock into sand by just grinding it into a fine dust, thus giving us infinite sand supply
My dam IP keeps changing.>>3894827We could create a sandstorm around our body that could act as a rapidly spinning sandpaper or sandstone that shreds soft objects like flesh or wood apart.
>>3894827sand can be just shells of small organisms so long its smaller then a pebble or gravel its "sand" but this is MHA we only see what our quirk is registered as so we dont know all the details
>>3894753If we were going to take this meme seriously if we compose ourselves at USJ and prove ourselves a competent leader the cult will not have the conditions to form nearly as early, Aizawa's apathetic approach to teaching left a lot to be desired in an authority figure, jobbing early in the conflict would provide the perfect grounds for Izuku to show himself as a more dominant and constructive force through his overwhelming zeal in battle. I'm sure that more than a few students will be turned off by him adding another Nomu skull to his mug collection but to that insane no fucks given attitude will inspire the rest of the class to even greater feats of mad laddery and in one case arouse via similarities to Dante, Doomguy and other late 90's early 00's action game characters. . As long as we give good orders and not job everything is going to be okay, at least for a while before the Kamino arc cements Deku as a legendary figure in history when he throws himself directly into the All for One fight and tells All Might to fuck off, saying that the only one that beats the shit out of his dad is him. After that we are going to have to worry about pros joining the cult. But hey, getting 「Walk Like an Egyptian」 wouldn't be the worst thing in the world.Stealing from Garra would be a great idea. Specifically the technique that used erosion to more sand, even with a small amount of starting sand we could quickly snowball making it dangerous to fight us for extended periods of time, we are actually in a good position to possible kill AfO if we bury him in to much sand he can't escape and just crush him under the weight of all of it, we could even cuck Endeavor of the #1 spot if we pulled it off.
>>3894837I don't think we could defeat Endevor unless we fought him with an overwhelming amount of sand. His Hellfire appears hot enough to melt our sand into glass and render it beyond our control.We could encase him in the glass prison or fill the air with microscoptic glass that shreds lungs.
>>3894827to expand on my sand-storm gun ideahere is an alternative that would be much simpler and far more destructive|||this is the rifle-nado, about human sizeit is small and concentrated, this is what we'll use to fire the projectilesthis is the bullet-whirl, it fits into our handsusing the power of the spin, we can superheat every grain of sand in this little fucker to the point that it meltsand I'm not talking about making glass here, like actually melt into teeny tiny balls of lava<-- +++ |<-- +++ | <--- <-- +++ |after inserting the spinning lava donut that is the bullet-whirl, into the rifle-nadothe lava pellets are shot out at sub-sonic speed on the other sideupon hit, even the smallest pellet can incapacitate an enemyand if that doesn't work, the enemy will still be marked by little burn marks on their clothing that can be used to track the criminal with conventional methods
>>3894832we could also use that on other peopleimagine doing that on the ankle of a criminalboom, immediately immobilizedmuch easier to incapacitate and arrest
“Mr. Pro Hero Sahara.”“I could still turn around and walk out that door,” you growl, but of course you don’t. This job might be outside your usual wheelhouse, but the benefits are fantastic. And being out of the public eye for a bit will be good for you, after that unfortunate string of incidents in Yokohama. Nezu leads you into a conference room where the first year’s other homeroom teacher, Vlad King, is already seated. You’ve never met Vlad in person before, but you’ve heard good things, and so you give him a respectful nod as you take the seat across from him. He returns the gesture. “Good to see we’ve found a replacement for Eraserhead,” he says. “Are we getting this show on the road then? I can’t ready my lesson plan until I know which kids I’ll be working with.”“Our classes haven’t been assigned yet?” You ask, sending a questioning look Nezu’s way. The principal presses a few buttons on the desk in front of him, and a variety of pictures, names and biographical information pops up on screen – the accepted first years. “I thought we would try something a little different this year,” Nezu explains. “Rather than assigning the two of you homerooms, I will allow you to select your students for yourselves.”You share a glance with Vlad, who looks surprised but nonplussed. “Like a draft?”“Quite.”You glances through some of the student pictures, drumming your fingers against the table. “If you say so. Who goes first, then?”“I don’t mind giving you first shot,” Vlad says. “Very gracious of you.”>Select 5 students from the following list:
Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)Asui Tsuyu (Quirk: Frog)Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)Fukidashi Manga (Quirk: Comic)Hagakura Toru (Quirk: Invisibility)Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) (Recommendation!)Iida Tenya (Quirk: Engine)Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)Kaibara Sen (Quirk: Gyrate)Kamakiri Togaru (Quirk: Razor Sharp)Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)Kodai Yui (Quirk: Size)Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)Kuroiro Shihai (Quirk: Black)Midoriya Izuku (Quirk: Stored Power)Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)Ojiro Mashirao (Quirk: Tail)Okano Haruhi (Quirk: Tentacles)Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)Saiki Masami (Quirk: Laserface)Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)Shoji Mezo (Quirk: Dupli-arms)Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment)Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)Todoroki Shoto (Quirk: Half-cold half-hot) (Recommendation!)Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)Tsuburaba Kosei (Quirk: Solid Air)Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon)Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)Yaoyorozu Momo (Quirk: Creation) (Recommendation!)
I just realized that sandstorm actually counters King Crimson fairly decently, we can obscure vision in a wide area, attack from several directions at once immobilize targets at range and if our connection to sand is good enough detect enemy motion by sensing the displacement of granules. Unfortunately we will be completely fucked if we go up against Toga with Metallica act 2 since she can pull metal out of the sand and use it to make massive drills and armor herself.
>>3894873>Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment)I need to fucking know whay Second Amendment does.>Fukidashi Manga (Quirk: Comic)I have no idea what his quirk does but I want to teach him how to abuse it.>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)She's cute.>Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon)Same reason.>Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)It'll be interesting to take him away from Izuku and straighten him out.>>3894878I share your love for SQR but I think we should treat this like it's own thing.
>>3894873>Mineta MinoruI don't care about the rest, but we definitely need the grapistif we can be a role model for him, we can be a role model for anyone
>>3894873>Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)>Midoriya Izuku (Quirk: Stored Power)>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)>Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment)A cultured selection here's hoping the new guy won't shoot up the school
>>3894873>Yaoyorozu Momo (Quirk: Creation)>Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) >Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment)>Todoroki Shoto (Quirk: Half-cold half-hot) >Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)
>Jojo autists attempt to ruin totally unrelated quest by randomly talking about stands and their constantly hiatusing questHoly Shit stop being so retarded.Fucking hell.
>>3894873>Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)>Fukidashi Manga (Quirk: Comic)>Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) (Recommendation!)>Kaibara Sen (Quirk: Gyrate)Go for less know ones
>>3894873>Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)>Fukidashi Manga (Quirk: Comic)>Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) (Recommendation!)>Kaibara Sen (Quirk: Gyrate)
>>3894873>Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) (Recommendation!)>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)>Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment)>Todoroki Shoto (Quirk: Half-cold half-hot) (Recommendation!)>Yaoyorozu Momo (Quirk: Creation) (Recommendation!)
>>3894873>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)>Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)>Okano Haruhi (Quirk: Tentacles)>Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment)>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)
>>3894873>>3894873Locking.>Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) (Recommendation!) (5 votes)>Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment) (5 votes)>Fukidashi Manga (Quirk: Comic) (3 votes)>Kaibara Sen (Quirk: Gyrate) (3 votes)Last selection will be determined by rolling a d6. All students who received 2 votes will be includedKatsuki - 1Chihiro - 2Kojiro - 3Momo - 4Shoto - 5Mineta - 6
Rolled 4 (1d6)>>3895046Whoops
>>3894871>>3895046>>3895048>Honenuki Juzo (Quirk: Softening) >Takeda Tomoko (Quirk: Second Amendment) >Fukidashi Manga (Quirk: Comic) >Kaibara Sen (Quirk: Gyrate)>Yaoyorozu Momo (Quirk: Creation)You swipe through the bios of the available students, picking a few that look interesting. Honenuki and Yaoyorozu are both recommendations, and you're interested in seeing whether they were worth the trouble. Takeda and Fukidashi have interesting quirks that you want to see in action, and you like the the look of Kaibara. "Two of the recommended students, eh?" Vlad asks when you submit your picks. "Guess I've got to get my hands on the last one while I still can.""Endeavor's kid doesn't worry you?" You ask. Vlad shakes his head. "I've taught the kids of famous heroes before. They're a challenge, to be sure, but nothing I can't handle."Vlad doesn't take quite as long to prepare his picks as you did - he seems to have more of a handle on the students than you do. His first selection ends up being:Todoroki Shoto (Quirk: Half-hot half-cold)Ojiro Mashirao (Quirk: Tail)Saiki Masami (Quirk: Laserface)Shoji Mezo (Quirk: Dupli-arms)Kuroiro Shihai (Quirk: Black)Choose 5 more students from the updated list:
>>3895064Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)Asui Tsuyu (Quirk: Frog)Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)Hagakura Toru (Quirk: Invisibility)Iida Tenya (Quirk: Engine)Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)Kamakiri Togaru (Quirk: Razor Sharp)Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)Kodai Yui (Quirk: Size)Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)Midoriya Izuku (Quirk: Stored Power)Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)Okano Haruhi (Quirk: Tentacles)Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)Tsuburaba Kosei (Quirk: Solid Air)Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon)Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895064>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)>Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)
>>3895064>Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)>Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)>Hagakura Toru (Quirk: Invisibility)>Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)>Tsuburaba Kosei (Quirk: Solid Air)
>>3895069>Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)>Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)>Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)
>>3895064>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)>Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon)>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)He needs professional help.>Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)I wonder if we can have her start another crusade.
>>3895069>Mineta Minoru>Monoma Neito
>>3895069Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)
>>3895069>Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)>Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon)>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895069>Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop Off)>Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)>Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon)
Rolled 1 (1d3)>>3895069Locking>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom) (5 votes)>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop off) (4 votes)>Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion) (3 votes)Additionally, there are 3 students with 2 votes each. I'll roll a d3 - whoever it lands on won't be selected. Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter) - 1Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon) - 2Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine) - 3
>>3895127This vote rolled in just under the wire. Incredibly, it matches with the result of my roll. Kojiro and Pony go through.
>>3895130>Komori Kinoko (Quirk: Mushroom)>Mineta Minoru (Quirk: Pop off) >Bakugo Katsuki (Quirk: Explosion)>Tsunotori Pony (Quirk: Horn Cannon) >Bondo Kojiro (Quirk: Cemendine)Your next five picks go a little quicker, as you begin to get a handle on the students that still remain. Bakugo’s quirk is powerful and versatile, and from his entrance exam scores he’s not lacking in natural talent. His attitude, however…that might be a problem. Speaking of attitude problems, Mineta seems like a piece of work – three complaints from three different girls who attended his exam session. That said, he has an interesting quirk, and you’re not so old that you don’t remember being a horny little fuck. He’ll learn self-control, even if you have to beat it into him. Komori’s quirk is also quite powerful, and you have a soft spot for wide, area attack quirks. You feel like the girl might be able to flourish under your tutelage. Bondo, from his interviews, seems shy and withdrawn, but his quirk is perfect for containment and support, which you feel often is undervalued in today’s pro hero environment. Finally, Tsunotori is a transfer student, and you know the value of having a different opinion in the classroom. Nezu nods quietly to himself and jots down notes as you assemble your picks. “I think I’m beginning to get a feeling for you, Sahara,” Vlad says, lining up his own picks. “Ah, am I really so transparent?”“Simply inexperienced,” Vlad replies. “I don’t mean that as a bad thing, either. Your motivations shine through your selections. This profession of ours could use a bit more passion, I think.”Hagakura Toru (Quirk: Invisibility)Iida Tenya (Quirk: Engine)Midoriya Izuku (Quirk: Stored Power)Tsuburaba Kosei (Quirk: Solid Air)Shiozaki Ibara (Quirk: Vines)>Chose another 5 students from the updated list:
>>3894843Surround him with sand or straight up bury him, he can't do shit without oxigen (also, turning the sandstorm surrounding you into glass is a nasty way to die)
>>3895157Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)Asui Tsuyu (Quirk: Frog)Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)Kamakiri Togaru (Quirk: Razor Sharp)Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)Kodai Yui (Quirk: Size)Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)Okano Haruhi (Quirk: Tentacles)Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895157>Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)>Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895164>Asui Tsuyu (Quirk: Frog)>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)>Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)
>>3895164>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)>Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)>Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895164>Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)I want to teach the problen children.>Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)These two can now be super bros.>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)>Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)I'm not sure how much of 1B we'll see but I'd like to hear from Vlad King how Izuku differs when he's seperated from his friends and rivals.
>>3895164>Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)>Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)
>>3895157Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)Kamakiri Togaru (Quirk: Razor Sharp)
Where is he, Sensei?
>>3895164>Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)>>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)>Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)
>>3895190General studies. He wasn't accepted into the hero course yet
>>3895201Maybe never since Eraserhead isn't here.
>>3895211 That's a good point. I'd like to think he has the drive regardless. It'd be interesting if it happened anyway but he has different gear because he got a different tutor [\spoiler]
Do we have any support items to work with our quirk? Some sand containers, or do we just break rock into sand?
>>3895251I would imagine that we have a utility belt with small containers full of various sands. We can make more common sand with small amounts, but we have small amounts of specialized sand.To take inspiration from Gaara from Naruto, we could use fine sand to invade people's bloodstream and puppeteer them, or use course sand to shred through tough materials.I would imagine we'd also carry a gas mask for stray materials caught in our sandstorms.
>>3895261>gas maskMaybe a cool scarf would be cooler, and match the whole Sahara name better.
>>3895266Why not both?
Actually- What happened in Kamino, Yokohama that lead us to leave the public eye? I'm assuming this is at the beginning of the school year so it can't be Nomu, the League of Villains, or All Might vs. All for One.Did we botch a few missions? Did do something scandalous or embarrassing?
>>3895285Became a meme, and there was no chance of recovery after something like that. It wasn't even a funny one.
Rolled 4 (1d4)>>3895164Locking.>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel) (5 votes)>Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid) (4 votes)The following 4 students each had 3 votes, so again I'll roll for who gets left out. Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter) - 1Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy) - 2Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice) - 3Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist) - 4
>>3895164>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)>Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)
>>3895300Guess I was too late, at least Monoma made it.
>>3895297>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Quirk: Steel)>Ashido Mina (Quirk: Acid)>Tokage Setsuna (Quirk: Lizard Tail Splitter) >Monoma Neito (Quirk: Copy)>Nishi Katana (Quirk: Swipe Slice)Tetsutetsu strikes your attention because his quirk is so similar to another student's. His academic scores are tad lower than his hardening counterpart's, but that doesn't bother you. You snap him up as your first pick of the third round.Monoma joins your rapidly expanding list of "students with attitude issues," as his inferiority complex is flagged multiple times in his file. It doesn't bother you though. Ashido is bright, colorful, and by all accounts a leader of her peers. That could be useful considering the somewhat volatile class atmosphere you're building - you'll have to keep an eye on her to see how she gets by at a school where everyone is an aspiring hero.Nezu smiles when you select Tokage. "Ah," he says, "our final recommendation."Vlad grunts. "You didn't put that in her file, boss.""I wanted to see where she would be drafted with that information obscured," Nezu says, sounding supremely smug. "The other recommended students went so quickly..."Finally, Nishi rounds out the group. With the ability to throw cutting edges from her hands, she's aptly named - perhaps too aptly. Then again, you've already chosen a kid named Manga.Pun names. They're a scourge on this quirk society.Vlad taps his chin, thoughtful. Whereas you're getting faster with each round, he seems to be deliberately slowing himself down. He takes:Okano Haruhi (Quirk: Tentacles)Kirishima Eijiro (Quirk: Hardening)Kamakiri Togaru (Quirk: Razor Sharp)Kodai Yui (Quirk: Size)Asui Tsuyu (Quirk: Frog)>Please select your final 5 students from the updated list:
>>3895315Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895317>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)>Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)>Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)
>>3895317Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895317Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895317>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)>Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)
>>3895317>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895315>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)>Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)>Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)
>>3895317>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)>Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales)>Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)
>>3895317>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist)>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification)>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)
Current Tally>Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate) 3>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack) 5>Kaminari Denki (Quirk: Electrification) 4>Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist) 7>Rin Hiryu (Quirk: Scales) 2>Sero Hanta (Quirk: Tape) 3>Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast) 4>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow) 5>Uraraka Ochaco (Quirk: Zero Gravity)1>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist) 6
>>3895317Enomoto Chihiro (Quirk: Duplicate)Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack)Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist)Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast)Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow)Nobody remembered Setsuna was a recomendation student? For shame, anons.
>>3895317Locking. >Kendo Itsuka (Quirk: Big Fist) (8 votes)>Yanagi Reiko (Quirk: Poltergeist) (7 votes)>Jiro Kyoka (Quirk: Earphone Jack) (6 votes)>Tokoyami Fumikage (Quirk: Dark Shadow) (6 votes)>Shishida Jurota (Quirk: Beast) (5 votes)
>>3894827>thus giving us infinite sand supplyUnlimited Sand Works?
>this classSomehow I think bakugo will legitimately shine under our tutelage specifically because both us and him are kinda similar personality wise.
>>3894844Holy shit, you think we can pull this off?
>>3895452I think we should run this class like a Drill Sargent Bakugo is sorely lacking in discipline and a firm hand could push him in the right direction >>3895463This isn't SQR so the spin doesn't exist but if we had someone with a quirk that could generate enough rotation it could work
>>3895317Class 1-A>Honenuki Juzo (Softening) >Takeda Tomoko (Second Amendment) >Fukidashi Manga (Comic) >Kaibara Sen (Gyrate)>Yaoyorozu Momo (Creation)>Komori Kinoko (Mushroom)>Mineta Minoru (Pop off) >Bakugo Katsuki (Explosion)>Tsunotori Pony (Horn Cannon) >Bondo Kojiro (Cemendine)>Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (Steel)>Ashido Mina (Acid)>Tokage Setsuna (Lizard Tail Splitter) >Monoma Neito (Copy)>Nishi Katana (Swipe Slice)>Kendo Itsuka (Big Fist) >Yanagi Reiko (Poltergeist) >Jiro Kyoka (Earphone Jack) >Tokoyami Fumikage (Dark Shadow)>Shishida Jurota (Beast)You and Vlad alternate picks for the fourth and final round, until every student has been selected. When Nezu throws the final lists up on screen, you can’t help but feel connected to these kids, even though you’ve never met them face-to-face.“Excellent work, gentlemen,” Nezu says, clapping his paws together. “I have very high hopes for this crop of students, very high hopes indeed! Between the first years and All Might taking up teaching, well, this might just be a banner year for UA.”“All Might?” You ask, incredulous. “All Might is going to be working here?”“You needn’t sound so surprised Sahara,” Nezu says. “All Might is a UA alumnus, after all.”You shrug. “Guess I just figured All Might had better things to do.”It’s hard to read Nezu’s face, seeing as it’s not remotely human looking, but you can certainly recognize the twinkle in his eye. “I think you’ll soon learn that there are precious few better things to do,” he says.--When you enter the classroom on the first day of school, class 1-A is waiting patiently in their seats for you. Well, maybe patiently is stretching it a little. Many of the kids are talking excitedly amongst themselves, the rush of actually being at UA clear on their faces. Your eyes sweep across the room, identifying the problem students as you enter. Bakugo sits in the front of the class, his heels up on his desk. He’s currently berating his neighbor, Tsunitori, for failing to speak to Japanese. The words “kill” and “explode” are coming up a bit too often for your comfort. Mineta, thankfully, has been quarantined in a front corner where his ogling is mostly minimized. Still, there’s a small puddle of drool accumulating at the foot of his desk as he looks from Yaoyorozu to Kendo to Ashido, and on down the line.Monoma has placed himself directly next to the “protagonist” seat, which is occupied by Honenuki. From what you can hear, Monoma has already found reason to feel slighted by class 1-B, as All Might made a personal visit to Vlad’s class not long ago.It strikes you, suddenly, that what you say now will be your first impression with the students, and will likely define you to them for much of their first year, at least. You had best pick your attitude carefully. You should be…>Strict>Friendly
>>3895491>FriendlyI don't know how to word it, but being friendly isn't synonymous with being a push over.
>>3895497True, but this our first impression. Let them know who's boss n all that jazz
>>3895491>StrictNonsense, attitudes, and other personality flaws don’t belong in Heroes. We’re here to whip that out of them and turn them into model human beings that everyone can look up to and rely upon. Anything less means that they’re neither UA or Hero material, and should be threatened with severe punishment up to expulsion.
>>3895500You make a fair point- Let's hope that it pans out as we hope.Switch my vote >>3895497 to this:>Strict
>>3895491>StrictWill we give the war face treatment to Bakugo?
>not bothCome on guys, this is easy, be kind but strict.
>>3895529Middle of the road is the most boring.
>>3895529Having cake and eating it is for faggots and you should be ashamed to even propose that.
>>3895529Being strict is the kindest thing we can do for them. We need to pound responsibility and discipline into their heads so that they don't make a mistake that gets themselves or others killed.
So i thought of a good reason we are trying to lay low from the spotlight: us and endeavor got into a fight, we won but since he's the far more popular hero we pretty much got crucified for it publicity wise.
>>3895566I'll do you one better. We and Endevor defeated a notorious villian together, but we both wanted the credit of capturing the villian which led to a short fight. It was leaked to media and to save face Endevor accused us of being jealous and attacked him- which they believed since he's the one of the top 10 heroes.
What does All Might teach? He isn't teaching a hero course, so one of the general studies I guess. Unless, there is a secret Hero Class, a "1-C" if you will.
>>3895575I like it, it explains also part of our apprehension on dealing with Endeavor's kid.
>>3895566>>3895575>>3895585I don't really see why we need this dramatic background. Can't a sandman just be gritty in his own way?
>>3895588its cause we somehow managed to piss off the media enough specifically to make us lie low and teach.
>>3895585Endeavor started it, since it would bump his ranking a decent amount. It started off as intimidation, turned into a dick measuring contest, and ended in a full blown fight.
>>3895588He totally can. I just like to speculate.
>>3895589Now that you mention it- Where the hell did we get a teacher's license? I doubt we could've received one on such short notice- I could see UA pulling some strings since they give teachers lots of freedom.It's amusing to think we could've been a teacher before.
>>3895603Maybe at a different hero school? Also, does Eraser Head seem like the kind of person to get a teaching license?
>>3895643>Also, does Eraser Head seem like the kind of person to get a teaching license?You just have to get a teacher's license to teach. It's the law, right?
>>3895648Usually yeah, but I feel like a lot of the pro heroes involved with UA don't seem like the kind to go get one. Maybe a hero license doubles as a hero teaching license?
>>3895657UA is a national school right? I'm sure they got special permission from the government.
>>3895581If it's like in cannon, I don't think he has a homeroom class, he's just specifically the Heroics teacher.
>>3895657Maybe the teachers just had to go through a really short test. UA can simply skip any test of competency as a hero by examining each candidate's records and move on to aptitude tests.
>>3895664It'd probably help if we ever saw the classes outside of Homeroom.
So, we're The Traitor, right?
>>3895687What makes you think that?
>>3895691It'd be neat.
>>3895695I guess it would be cool to be a double agent. I'd rather just be a teacher though.
>>3895491Fuck it. You’re not here to be anyone’s friend – you’re here to make this kids heroes, and that means being able to demand respect when the need arises. The best way to ensure that is to make the line abundantly clear from the start.You slam your frst into the desk, eliciting a loud bang that startles the assembled students into silence. You move your gaze across each row, never focusing on any one student but letting them know that you see each and every one of them. “I am pro hero Sahara,” you say, raising one hand. Sand trickles out of the large gourd slung across your back, gripping a marker and scrawling the kanji across the whiteboard without you having to turn your head. “My given name is for friends and family, of which you are neither. Thus, you will call me Sahara-sensei, or simply Sensei. Is that clear?”There is a murmur of assent – a few yesses, some yeahs, at least one uh-huh.“I believe you all mean, yes, Sensei!”Their response is a resounding “Yes, Sensei!” Credit where credit is due, they at least know how to listen. “Good,” you say, nodding. “Now, I overheard some of your conversations as I entered the room. While I’m glad you’re all getting to know each other, I have comments.” Many of them go ramrod straight at this, likely not realizing that they would be judged for pre-class antics. Well, tough. If they wanted to slack off, they could’ve attended Ketsubutsu. You decide to start with the biggest, and coincidentally the closest, problem. “Bakugo. Berating a classmate for speaking her native tongue isn’t behavior becoming of a hero. In the future, if you have trouble understanding Tsunitori, you can ask politely for her to repeat herself. Failing that, learn more English.”“Yes, Sensei,” Bakugo says, narrowing his eyes at you. He practically snarls the title, but for now you’ll take what you can get. “Good. Moving on, Mineta.” You see the boy’s strange purple balls swivel as he turns his attention to you. “If you continue to ogle your classmates I will throw you through a window. Is that clear?”“Y-yes Sensei!”“Good. Monoma.” You shift focus again, giving the class no time to react. “I won’t tolerate any complaining about your classmates in 1-B. If you’re worried that they think they’re better than you, you can dedicate your time to proving them wrong.”“I only-” You shoot him a look. “Yes, Sensei.”“Perfect.” You turn your attention back to the class at large. “You are students at UA now. You’re here because you’re the most promising young men and women Japan has to offer. That means not excuses. It means no apologies. It means acknowledging your mistakes and working to fix them. Do that, give this your all, go beyond…and I will make heroes of you.”First activity:>Basic fitness test>Obstacle course>1-A vs. Sahara
>>3895720>Basic fitness testEstablish baselines
>>3895720>Basic fitness test
>>3895720>>1-A vs. SaharaLet’s show them the power of what they’re aiming for - not just any Hero, but an elite.It’ll also give us a good measure of their capabilities both individually and as a group. Best to get them used to teamwork sooner than later, especially with unfamiliar people at their side - heroes don’t always know who they’re going to fight alongside.
>>3895720>Basic fitness testThis should really be the fundamental baseline.
>>3895720>Basic fitness testDoes this include a close up of everyone's quirks? If not, then >1-A vs. SaharaSeems more Sahara's style.
>>3895720>Basic fitness testI want to avoid 1A vs Sahara since they're out of our league and it would antagonize ourselves to them. So far we've shown to gruff but not a total jerk.
>>3895736What about a total lovable jerk? Sahara could be Tsundere for his class.
>>3895739I'd love to do that, but that's left up to Sensei's writing.
>>3895742And our choices!
>>38957201-A vs Sahara>>3895470I don't know what the hell an sqr is, but I don't like my idea being compared to itlook man, we control sand, that means we can move itif a sandstorm is within our ability, why should a literal donut-size tornado be out of the question?
>>3895720>Extreme fitness testTime to see what everyone's limit is.
>>3895720>1-A vs. SaharaI imagine they've heard about whatever we did and might not take us as seriously because of it. Show them why we're a pro. It also let's us see how they make practical use of their quirks.
We should be like "Great Teacher Onizuka", totally damn savage and drill respect and discipline into them. If needs be break them to build them back up.
https://youtu.be/RyXMlBu70LsThis needs to be ushttps://youtu.be/7LHrOdeC-00?t=120
>>3895947Holy fucking shit this is perfect
>>3896038>>3895945the only issue is, that we have to do it in a heroic fashiononizuka has the advantage of being a former criminal, we aren'twe can't just beat our kids senseless to teach them a lesson, at least not unprovoked
>>3896044maybe thats why we avoided the limelight? We were an undercover hero. The kind of job thats very rough, undercover in criminal rings and as such have done some nasty stuff to maintain cover?
>>3896062dude you just gave me the greatest ideawhat if no one (except the government and family) knows what Sahara actually looks likebecause we change our face frequently, with a layer of very fine sand
>>3896074I'm pretty sure Sahara can't change the color of sand.
>>3896077differently colored sandsor just literally makeupno one says a hero can't be a makeup artist
>>3896077or alternatively, everyone just accepts that the dude has sand for a faceand for all people know, he might be made of sand
>>3895720>>1-A vs. Sahara
>>3896083Or maybe a big poofy head scarf, go all Arabian Nights on their asses.
>>3896083>or alternatively, everyone just accepts that the dude has sand for a faceNow that's an idea. Sahara makes his costume out of sand.
>>3896094why not both?gotta style on the villains
>>3895720>>Basic fitness test
>>3896152>>3896154i would like a sand guy or a sandstone guy
>>3896157Depending on how far we want to go Egyptian we can have a Jackal theme
This could be our very angry form
>>3895720“First things first, change out of your school uniforms and into gym clothes,” you order your students. “Meet me outside in five minutes. For every second one of you is late, everyone will run a lap around the school.”The class is clear of their seats before you finish your sentence, rushing to the locker rooms in a frenzied stampede. You suppress a smile and open the nearest window, taking the most direct route to where your first task will take place. Surprisingly, not a single student is late – although Mineta comes in just under the wire, still pulling on his top. You line the students up and explain the basis of the exercise. “Before I can properly teach you, I need a thorough understanding of your abilities. Thus, we’ll begin with some physical tests that you should all recognize from middle school. Feel free to use your quirks to assist you.”If some students were looking wary at the prospect of physical exercise, hearing that they can use their quirks lights a fire in their eyes. Likely this is the first time in their lives that they’ve been given permission to use their quirks freely.As the students progress through the exercises, you begin to get a sense for both their physical and quirk-based abilities. Bakugo, in addition to having a versatile quirk, is in fantastic physical shape. Yaoyorozu, by thinking carefully about each trial, is able to craft a series of objects to help her maximize her score. To your initial surprise, it is Monoma who quickly takes the lead amongst the class – but of course, his quirk allows him to choose the best quirk for each task. While he’s never able to use his copied quirk as effectively as its original user, his average far exceeds any of his classmates’. Kendo actually breaks the grip tester, apologizing profusely before Yaoyorozu produces another one. Ashida skates along her acid during the endurance run, barely breaking a sweat. Tokage’s ability to split her body into pieces renders the toe touch almost entirely pointless. Takeda’s quirk, Second Amendment, allows her to transform her arms into any gun she can imagine – by loading the softball into a specialized canon, she’s able to launch it beyond UA’s gates.As the trials come to a close, you tally the results:1. Monoma2. Yaoyorozu3. Bakugo4. Shishida5. Honenuki6. Tokage7. Tetsutetsu8. Takeda9. Ashido10. Kaibara11. Kendo12. Tsunitori13. Tokoyami14. Bondo15. Fukidashi16. Jiro17. Yanagi18. Nishi19. Komori20. MinetaAs far as rankings go, they’re far from definitive. But you at least feel confident in your assessment of each student. 1-A is exhausted, dripping with sweat, but they also look strangely satisfied. Now that you have a baseline, and your students are worn out:>Academics until the end of the day>Obstacle course>5 on 5 battles>Sahara vs. 1-A
Really liking all the discussion, btw. At some point we'll have a vote to determine whether Sahara is a normal guy who controls sand or actually made of sand himself.
>>3896217>Obstacle course"You thought that was the end? That was just a warmup."Let's piss them off and save the battle for the end of the day
>>3896217>Sahara vs. 1-A"UA is your journey to becoming the world's future heroes- so let me show you what your destination looks like.">>3896218I'm glad that the discussion doesn't bother you.
>>3896218being made out of sand our self would work better with our powers like how cement hero looks like a human cement block but it would have some function
>>3896217>Sahara vs. 1-A"Now I know your weaknesses! Trust no one!"
>>3896217>Sahara vs. 1-ANow that we know what they're about, we can give constructive criticism
>>3896152>>3896154>>3896167>>3896157>>3896168>>3896169if i am being honest the only thing i can think of is like clayface made out of sand looking like the player out of journey but no scarf instead a sand filled sling
>>3896217>Academics until the end of the day
>>3896217>Sahara vs. 1-AI'm all for actually being made out of sand.
>>3896264personally, I was thinking of a mask made from hardened sandfor referencethis mask here is made out of sandstonethat's what I had in mind when thinking of "changing faces"
>>3896248Based>>3896253follow up with being nice, after we show them what's what
>>3896264Sanf person normally just comes up as Sandman from Marvel >>3896219+1
>>3896217>Sahara vs 1-Awe need to teach them that villains don't give a shit for your well-being and actually prefer hitting you when you're exhaustedthat should be a decent motivator to work on their stamina in the years to come
>>3896218I’m imagining we’re like pigpen from Peanuts, but with sand. We’re a sand magnet and have a sandy appearance because of it. Basically sand armor is our go to look like 99% of the time, cause it’s most comfortable.
Sorry for spamming so much OP
>>3896305If that's the case then I wonder what texture our skin is. I wonder if it's actually really smooth or callused to all hell.
honestlyif we were made out of sand in addition to manipulating it, we're gonna have a much bigger move poolthink about itwe could have a final form of sortsimagine heating our own body up by moving it very quickly to the point we become lava particlesbut wait, there's moreif we're made entirely out of sand, it would also stand to reason that we can dissolve and reform at will, assuming our original mass is still intact.we could literally fly through the air as dust in the windwe could do that while also being lavapossibly pretend to reform in some place, but actually leave behind a glass-cloneimagine bodyslamming our whole mass, molten and on fire, into an enemyit would be devastatingif OP allows fuckery of this magnitude, I call dibs on naming this form "desert phoenix"
>>3896321So something like this?
>>3896310Imagine our childhood pictures a block of sandstone with a diaper put on it or like a pile of sand with a pacifier sticking from the mass or like a rpg slime but sand
>>3896217>Obstacle course"You thought that was the end? That was just a warmup."Let's piss them off and save the battle for the end of the dayLoving this idea lets give them some motivation
>>3896321I don't think quirks go that far in mha but this is a quest and Op can what he wants>>3896340This would be funny
>>3896335kinda, but without the rocks>>3896354I know I'm probably overthinking all of this, but I enjoy applying my autism to shit like this
>>3896340I can't help imagining that we were bullied in middle school and called "punching bag".
I think we should focus on academics for the rest of the day. Our class is pretty worn out.
>>3896217>Academics until the end of the day>>3896218I prefer the middle ground of normal guy with sand limbs.
>Sahara vs 1-A"Those of you willing to push your limits, step forward, those to tired to continue step back"Have those not fighting writing lines for being pussies.
>>3896968They should either run laps to improve their stamina or give us a breakdown of their classmates actions and what they could have done differently in the fight.
Locking, Sahara vs. 1-A wins.
How effective is water against us? We haven't received any clear limits to our abilities such as how much sand we can control or what isn't considered sand, but if weight is a factor then I could see it making our sand heavier and precision attacks harder.
>>3896994Using the definition on Google> a loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from the erosion of siliceous and other rocks and forming a major constituent of beaches, riverbeds, the seabed, and deserts.Also water probably makes our control less effective in terms of precision and speed considering the added weight the sand would have to lift.
>>3897013And Wikipedia definition>Sand is a granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles. It is defined by size, being finer than gravel and coarser than silt. Sand can also refer to a textural class of soil or soil type; i.e., a soil containing more than 85 percent sand-sized particles by mass
>>3897013>>3897021I'm wondering if we can only control the size range of what is scientifically categorized as sand or our power works off a weight limit and we can control silt as well.
>>3897117I'm wondering if we can control glass, crystals, earth, and whatever shells are made of too. I'm assuming not or that it's more difficult, but it'd be a neat detail to add.
>Special Moves>AttacksBelt Sander: creating a rotating thick ring of sand to literally file down and ware away targets and foesSand Drill: Similar to above but focused into a point to breach armoured foesSand Bullets: pretty straight forward>Defence and CCSand Armour:Sand Traps: Sand blocks that consumes a target locking them in placeSand Sonar: Flakes of sand drifting in the air which orbit us and we feel if its disturbedBinding: Sink them into the groundFlicker: dispersing into sand to dodge and drift through places. full Logia>Silly ultimatesLabyrinth: Great a labyrinth of sand because we can sense everything in it, we're able to walk through the walls, cos sand...others not so much. That and its full of other tricksGiant Sand Golemjust some shitty ideas
>>3897150On the subject of special moves, there's plenty of options for fighting dirty as well.Examples I can think of off the top of my head:>classic sand in the eyes>clog opponent's mouth, ears, nose with sand>concentrate sand around their limbs to restrict movement or at least make it difficult>sand tornado either as a piercing attack or just HASAGIAnd if we really need a motherfucker dead,>insert sand through any wound/orifice>clog veins, drown lungs, force vomit>or just rip the bitch open from the inside and have him internally bleed out
>>3897150>AttacksDesert Pane: Create panes of sand only a single wide to slice through objects.>Defense and CCDusty Step: Create foot holds out of stand underneath our feet to walk or jump in mid air.Desert Puppet: Inject fine sand into opponents to control them.Sand Veil: Fix grains of sand all around an area to stop or slow down objects as well as obscure vision.>Silly UltimateSandstorm: A simple, but powerful move.
>>3896217You clap your hands together and smile. “Good work, everyone!” You call out, showing your first bit of genuine warmth all day. “I can see that you’ve all really pushed yourselves to your limits, so now…”The students hang on to your every word, waiting for your leave to shower, change and retire for the day. Instead, your smile widens. “…Come at me. All of you, at once.”There’s a moment of shocked silence. You open your moth to explain – you have a whole speech planned out about how they need to push past what they thought their limits were, and come at you with intent to kill, classic stuff in your opinion – but before you can Bakugo launches himself into the air with an explosion and hurtles towards you. “Fuckin’ finally!” He shouts, bringing his right palm around in a wild hook. “I’ve been waiting to wipe that smug-”Sand slams into him from his left, sending him tumbling to the ground. He curses and blows aside chunks of sand with explosions, but he’s too tired and too slow to stem the tide – for every handful of sand he destroys, three handfuls take its place, forming into a large pyramid that engulfs Bakugo’s body. You alter the flow of sand a bit, leaving his head and hands exposed. This will allow him to breathe and stop him from being able to use his explosive quirk against your prison. With a twist of your wrist and an effort of will, the sand around Bakugo hardens, capturing the young boy. He screams and rages, firing off explosion after explosion, but to no avail.“Now that was a good attempt,” you admit, taking a few steps towards the rest of 1-A. “Bakugo certainly doesn’t lack for speed and ferocity. But tactically, his decision was poor. He abandoned his allies and got himself taken out of the fight.” You raise both hands, sand streaming into the air. “Now, who’s next?”Your answer is a wave of mushrooms appearing between you and the rest of the class, appearing nigh-instantaneously. You wave your arms and your sand swirls through the air, the silica greedily sucking in moisture. For all of Komori’s ability, her quirk is reliant on humidity to function – you deny her this, and dash forward. Kaiabara comes to meet you, his hands whirling at the wrist, but you put a wall of semi-solid sand between the two of you moments before impact. His punch tosses sand in every direction – including into his eyes, and the eyes of Kendo and Shishida, who had rushed to support him. You knock the incapacitated students to the ground and solidify sand around them, pinning them in much the same way you pinned Bakugo. >cont.
>>3897330Class 1-A is beginning to respond, but they’re too tired and too disorganized to mount a true offensive. Mineta hurls purple balls at you, screeching, but you repel them and attack him with a single burst of sand. Tsunitori harries your left with a barrage of horns, but you dodge them easily and send a windmill shuriken of sand in her direction, knocking her unconscious. A breath. To you right, Tetsutetsu, armored up, is charging you. At the far end of the loose clump that is class 1-A, Fukidashi puts his hands to his mouth, readying some onomatopoeia or another. You snag Tetsutetsu by an ankle and throw him at the comic boy, knocking them both to the ground. More mushrooms spring up around your feet. You whirl, not expecting Komori to have the energy to make more with the dryness of the air – and that’s when you see Yaoyorozu, water sloughing off her exposed skin. “Clever!” You shout, launching yourself skyward with a burst of sand at your feet. You swipe a hand in Yaoyorozu’s direction, launching a torrent of sand her way, and though she’s able to quickly generate a shield from her upper arm it isn’t enough to stop your attack fully. Sand courses around the edges of the shield and slams into the side of her head, sending her staggering. Moving closer to Yaoyorozu isn’t without drawbacks, however. You can feel the increased humidity on your skin, and mushrooms are beginning to bloom on your clothes. It seems Komori will continue to be a problem until you take her out of the fight completely, and since you’re not sure what exactly her quirk requires to activate, the only option you have is knocking her unconscious. You do so with a swift sandball to the head, and the girl crumples. With half of their classmates out of commission, your remaining students are clearly feeling the pressure. Nishi hurls two slices of cutting force through the air towards you – you dodge gracefully around them, knock her into the air with an explosion of sand at her feet, and build a small tower that imprisons her just as she’s about to start falling. Ashido hurls globs of acid at you that eat through your hastily erected sand walls with surprising speed, but your snake sand around her ankles and spin her wildly in place until she spews vomit. >cont.
>>3897331Tokage comes at you in a swarm of disconnected body parts. She’s fast in this form, but weak, and you swirl your sand in a miniature tornado, scooping up her various arms, legs and miscellaneous pieces and throwing them against a nearby wall. Tokoyami and Takeda try to catch you from each side simultaneously – it’s a good effort, but all you have to do is duck under Takeda’s hail of rubber bullets and watching them slam into Tokoyami, incapacitating him. Before Takeda can recover from the surprise of taking out her own classmate, you’ve encased her in sand. Bondo charges in, shrugging off two blasts of sand and spitting glue from the holes of his face. You pack so much sand against his head that he can’t expel glue anymore, then knock him to the ground. Yanagi and Monoma, who seems to have copied her quirk, throw a small avalanche of rocks at you, forcing you to take your first step back. Jiro charges you as if she’s going to throw a punch, then steps back at the last moment, dodging your counterattack.The three of them successfully keep you on your toes for several seconds like this – Monoma and Yanagi attacking from range, Jiro threatening close quarters. It’s cute for a moment, this nascent cooperation, but you have a fight to win and so you incapacitate all three with a wide ranging sandstorm attack. That should be everybody except Honenuki, who…An explosion from behind you. You whirl, just in time to see Bakugo hurtling towards you, his face a perfect distillation of rage. You gather sand around you instinctively, hardening it to prevent Bakugo from connecting. The explosion still caves in a portion of your defense, and Bakugo roars something about murder before raising both hands. You don’t give him a chance. You dissolve the fortifications around you and wrap Bakugo up. It’s harder for you to get his arms under control this time, as he’s desperate not to let you pull the same trick twice, but after a moment of struggling you manage to capture him again. “Honenuki!” You shout, scanning the battlefield for the recommended student. You spot him by Kendo and Shishida, working to use his quirk to destroy the prison you’ve encased them in in much the same way he must’ve freed Bakugo. As you spot him he begins sinking into the ground, desperate to escape. If he was just the tiniest bit faster, he could’ve done it. As it stands, you snag his arm and yank him bodily out of the dirt. Like Komori, his quirk makes him near impossible to contain, so you settle for slamming him against the ground.You check your watch. Fifty-six seconds. “Wow,” you say to anyone in 1-A who is still conscious and listening. “That went much better than I expected.”>Name a fight MVP
>>3897332>Name a fight MVPI'd say the trio of Monoma, Yanagi, and Jiro for their team work, but if it has to be a single person, then Honenuki. He was smart to stay hidden and support his classmates. He just freed Bakugo, the worst possible choice, first.
>>3897332>Honenuki- It was a smart decision to stay hidden and support his classmates.>I'm genuinely impressed by all of your performances today- even if teamwork and strategic thinking weren't prominent.>Follow my instruction, give it all you've got, and we'll have no problems this year.
>>3897348>>3897340>>3897332Basically these. Honenuki for individual MVP, but credit cooperation and comgratulate the students for exceeding our expectations.
>>3897332>"I think you've all learnt a lesson: that each of you can't stop me alone. Those of you who can do serious damage to me -- Bakugo, Tetsutetsu, Kaibara, Kendo, Shishida -- are all unable to get around my sand; those who can bypass or compromise the sand -- Komori, Honenuki, Bondo, Mineta to an extent -- are simply too weak physically and can't last long enough to do much. In that case the correct choice was to work together and cover each person's weaknesses.">"The best team today was that of Monoma, Yanagi and Jiro: the three had an excellent setup of attacking me from two ranges, Jiro distracting me while Monoma and Yanagi used the openings she made. The best individual fighter was Honenuki, who correctly chose to stay hidden and free his classmates.">"Remember all of this. I expect to see a lot of improvement in the next match."
>>3897353This guy has it all
>>3897332>>3897353This + mention Yaoyorozu and Komori working together to allow the latter to use her quirk effectively and how support is also important in combat.
>>3897332>JuzoSasuga, cute skeleton guy.>>3897353Hey, Momo helping Kinoko was cool too.
Sensei what is our hero rank? kinda want it around the twenties. What time should the class aim for while fighting us 2 minutes?
What should we do for our next classes? All-Might should be teaching the next class for combat.I would personally suggest we keep teaching to push the limits of their quirks- we do seem like that kind of person.
>>3897370A lone wolf who teaches cooperation and team work
>>3897370They should learn teamwork before they train their quirks.
>>3897330All of this >>3897353 plus shout out to Momo and Komori.
the next thing we should do is have them get to know one another in the class room while we call each one of them out one by one to give them a quick tip. This way they get to know one another and we give an instruction to each, it has the added bonus of they will talk among themselves what we told them.
>>3897368I think the dialogue hints that we are a bit new in the job but if Mt. Lady is the youngest hero with an agency at 22 and Hawks made it to top 2 at 23, we could definetly be top 20 with our OP quirk.
So, if you send a significantly powerful charge through a block of glass, the glass will actually hold said charge and disperse it slowly. This is for non-uniform glass that's been poured into a mold.QM, have we experimented with ways to create industrial-grade Glass Batteries?
>>3897799speaking of chargesyou just gave me another great ideayou know how friction can cause an electrical discharge?what if, we produce sandstorms that are so wild that they generate lightninggranted, we wouldn't be able to control where the lightning strikes, but we could give it a general direction by making parts of the storm worse than othersit would certainly be less outlandish than my other ideas so far
>>3897808Lightning will, by default, move towards the ground along the path of least resistance. We can control the path using sand density, more likely than not.
>>3897332That guy >>3897353 and >>3897366
I might be calling this too early but rip?
>>3898380way too earlywe're still on page 1peak hour of the thread seems to be around 4pm gmt +1and it's midnight there right now
>>3897332An hour later, you've gathered your mostly recovered students back in the classroom. Most of them had hurt their pride more than anything, and even the few students you'd been forced to batter around hadn't required any attention from Recovery Girl. Not that this had stopped her from chewing you out behind closed doors. "Child endangerment" was a big concern at UA, it seemed. So was "not giving parents the impression we're trying to murder their children." You half absorbed the lesson - you'll be much more careful the next time you kick their ass. "If I had to pick a single MVP of that fight," you say, tapping your chin, "I would say Honenuki. Avoiding me and working to free your teammates was smart. However, I also have to give credit to the Jiro-Monoma-Yanagi and Yaoyorozu-Kumori teams. When facing an opponent who outmatches you, it's important to be able to work together." You focus on Bakugo as you say this, who grinds his teeth together but doesn't say anything. "However," you continue, "I don't think I can say anyone performed poorly. Everyone gave it their all, especially considering this is your first day. The next time we fight, I think you guys could last 3 minutes at least. That elicits a variety of responses - grumbling, fear, weary resignation. The only one who doesn't seem the least bit concerned about having to face you again at some point is Bakugo, who clenches his fists and smiles a your words. He's tenacious, you'll give him that. "I have to turn you over to your academic classes for the rest of the day, but before I do that I want to talk to you about plans going forward," you say. "The sports festival will be here before you know it, and I want everyone to be prepared. So until then we're going to be focusing on...">Teamwork>Quirk Strengthening>Combat decision-making>Other?
>>3897368We'll delve more into Sahara in coming updates, background and such will be largely up to y'all. I imagined him as having been pretty close to a top 10 spot though.>>3897799Power stuff will come up around the same time as background stuff, although I'm hesitant to let y'all get too esoteric as your basic quirk applications are already very strong. >>3898380Nah I just work wed/friI'm on PST if anyone is curious.
>>3898744I'm less interested in 'Supercharged Glass Batteries' as a power staple and more a demonstration on how the shit you learn in math and science and history and whatever can, and will, have a way to help you improve your power.Get them invested in general studies as much as quirk nonsense.
>>3898737Oh right, voting.>Combat Decision-makingWith, if the QM allows it, a demonstration on how a thorough understanding of the principles your quirk operates on will allow you to improve by orders of magnitude, and a subsequent encouragement of general studies.I refuse to let Bakugou's 'I'll punch it harder and be edgy about it' attitude stop him from reaching his potential.
>>3898737>Combat decision-makingTime to get S T R E S S E D, and make some serious decisions!
>>3898737>Combat Decision-makingI'm pretty much of the same opinion as >>3898774. Researching and experimenting with every subtle detail and aspect of a Quirk often leads to the "Hey wait, if my Quirk does (something something) then I should theoretically be able to pull off this really bullshit powerful trick!" revelation.If you need proof, just look at the anons speculating the upper limits of what we can do- and this is only the first thread.
>>3898813Specifically in Bakugou's case, being able to judge the intensity of an explosion will let him make a backblast that neutralizes the force without using an excessive amount of energy.Similar things could apply for Reiko, Birdboi, and Takeda
>>3898737>TeamworkWe just put them through high intensity we now need to wind down. Have them all talking among themselves and getting to know one another while we take each of them aside one by one to offer some basic advice.This gives them a chance to suggest things to one another, recover from being knackered and we get points for one on one time.
would it be weird to have them play chess then eventually boardless chess? maybe help them in strategy/memory
If we're going to be doing combat decision making we need to do it right. The best way to train that is to start by exhausting them, and then providing distracting stimuli such as loud noise along with other interfering elements, and then subjecting them to situations where they need to make choices. It's usually best to have this follow after teaching them what to do however, since the whole point is to condition them to use their training even when not at their best.
>>3898874That might be going a little too far. It's not like we're a drill sergeant or something.
>>3898874>>3898884Yeah, we're trying to create marketable heroes, not child soldiers.
>>3898844Actually...What about a chessboard that covers the classroom. Everyone has a set of pieces that correspond to their power, and they are, as a class, given sixty seconds to take their turn.We have an equivalently sized army, representing superior scale, applications, and experience.Every sixty seconds, we move one piece for each of them. Every sixty seconds, each of them moves one piece.Expected time 'til game, 2 hours. 120 turns.We shorten the time as the semester goes on. Down to 55 seconds the next time, then down to 50. After two weeks, 10 classes, they'll have 10 seconds to assess the board AND make a decision. I want to cut it down to 2.5 seconds.Make strategic decisions quickly, under pressure, and when your team is counting on you. Take in the battlefield and assess your options, then decide from them and follow through.
>>3898884>>3898887Except we kind of are training child soldiers? Or at the very least paramilitary operatives. What else do you call individuals who engage in potentially lethal operations using deadly force on behalf of the government? And before you tell me I'm misrepresenting things consider that we have canon accounts of heroes dying in the line of duty and we have literally seen Endevour killing nomu and he gets no shit for having done so. Face it anons that bright and cheery image of the hero is propaganda. The reality is government backed human weapons used to keep order. If we want these kids to be able to survive and thrive in a violent profession we can't coddle them. I'm not even advocating for anything inhumane it's not any worse than what I do to my students when I teach my self defense classes. If you want them to be able to react properly in stressful life or death situations you have to accustom them to acting while stressed.
>>3898911MARKETABLE Heroes.The current system has these paramilitary assets be as child-friendly as possible. Literal Superheroes for the kids to look up to and idolize, so that when they smash a city block fighting a villain the public can forgive them. Propoganda or not, our job is to ensure they REMAIN marketable.That's our job. We are a part of the propaganda engine.
>>3898919Which will be hard, since we have a very UNmarketable tragic origin story.
>>3898911There are heroes who make their entire career from things like rescue and disaster relief.Also the Nomus are basically braindead, if Endeavor didn't kill that one, someone else would of had to put him down.
>>3898919They can be perfectly marketable while still being effective. That's what pr coaching is for. In what way does conditioning them to be able to handle decision making and action while under stress make them less marketable? Marketability is based on how they talk, photo ops and costume choices, but it's also based on results. We teach them to do the job right, and we can have classes to teach them how to deal with a paparazzo. Also you know what isn't very marketable? Dead heroes or heroes who can't get the job done. Seriously it's like you think doing our best to make sure they survive and are able to do their jobs will somehow dehumanize them and fuck them up. I can guarantee that isn't the case.
>>3898937He's killed more than one nomu, but I concede the point. Search and rescue are also options yes, but consider the events shown to us in canon. An evaluation to determine who gets into the hero course based on a combat simulation. Combat classes. A tournament to test their merits and from which they derive future job opportunities based on combat. More combat classes. Children participating in a raid on an organized crime syndicate. MORE COMBAT CLASSES. Search and rescue kind of gets lip service, and it's all well and good, but the focus of UA education is pretty damn clear. Furthermore even if they want to be a search and rescue hero conditioning is still beneficial for them since those will also be stressful situations.
I'm certain we're going to get a lot of complaints from the other teachers about our teaching methods, but I hope that opens the door to hanging out with other teachers or students.
>>3898956The raid was not standard UA curriculum, but UA does do a lot of training revolving around combat. In the end, heroes are more emergency responders with merch lines.
>>3898962Midnight, does Sahara hate her, and her seductive ways? I kinda think Sahara is the "No way, Fag" of heroes.
>>3898973Admittedly the raid was not standard curriculum you are correct, but they were still allowed to participate. Personally I'd say they're closer to swat than standard cops since they get called in to handle situations the police can't but that's just me.
>>3898973I also maintain that based on the curriculum and what we are shown of pro heroes the vast majority of them are expected to maintain order through the use of state sanctioned violence with a relatively small subset engaging primarily in search and rescue and other first response operations.
>>3898974Sahara did mention that he was a horny teenager when he picked Mineta. It's possible that he's realized his sad pursuit of pleasure was juvenile and abandoned it in favor of a real cause.But! It's more likely that Midnight reminds him of that one chick he dated in high school who only went out with him to confirm whether or not the rumors of our sand dick were true and then posted the nudes all over social media.
>>3898737>TeamworkIt's early days yet, I think we should help the class to bond with eachother as a unit before doubling down on tactics and such
>>3899005Teamwork is almost literally useless in the sports festival which is the first milestone we need to prepare them for. Logically improving their individual abilities will better prepare them to make a good showing. Which is also good propaganda for our class and for the school.
>>3898989Heroes do plenty of patrolling and stopping petty criminals much like a standard officer. The first fight of the series was catching a purse thief. I think the raid was just a special event.>>3898997The reason for that is combat is flashier and more marketable than rescue work.
>>3899021Alright you do have a valid point about them having a beat they patrol. We have good evidence for that, so I will concede that it is likely a lot of the heroes act in a role more comparable to the average police officer. I don't disagree. It's a shonen manga the fans want fight scenes not digging through rubble or putting out fires, but it is still canonically what we are shown of Japan's heroes and their training. In the My Hero universe as shown in the manga the primary role of a hero appears to be combat. Listen I just don't want any of our kids dying. Police officer equivalent or paramilitary equivalent it makes no difference really, police officers go through training and conditioning as well. We have a responsibility to make sure these kids are ready to hit the streets and that's all I'm trying to advocate for.
>>3898737It's honestly surprising how quickly the first few weeks of classes fly by, and how quickly you adapt to the routine. You have never pictured yourself as a teacher, but wrangling the brats isn't so hard once you put the fear of god into them.Though you're 1-A's homeroom teacher, you really only have a few hours with them a day, as there's plenty of other courses they need to take. You dedicate your time to building their decision making in combat. "Of all the skills a hero must possess, good judgement is perhaps the most unappreciated by civilians," you explain to class 1-A, the students puffing and wheezing from their warm-up run. You can have all the firepower in the world, have planned for half a dozen contingencies, and it won't mean shit the minute a situation goes off the rails. You have to be able to catalogue information on the fly, and make snap decisions accordingly. You run a variety of different tests to drill this line of thought into them. Speed chess, obstacle courses that you alter mid-race, limited spars against sandy doubles that you operate from a distance. Your favorite is the five-on-five skirmishes though - you break the class into teams and let them plan, only to swap members around at the last second, or even midway through the fight itself. Of all the students, Bakugo takes to the exercises the quickest. The kid has killer instincts and is quick on his feet, and though you're worried the success might go to his head, he only seems to get better the more (grudging) praise his classmates heap on him. Unfortunately his attitude shows no signs of improving, and you notice that he eats and trains alone more often than not. Though Honenuki isn't quite as talented, he's a close second, and he gets along with his classmates far better. You often see him spending time with Kaibara and Takeda, the three of them forming a close-knit group. The biggest surprise of the class, however, has to be Yaoyorozu. Though she excels in all her academic classes and gets along excellently with all her peers, she struggles heavily in any and all combat judgment tests. She's got a vast array of knowledge and a solid head for strategy, but she can't seem to bring it to bear when the crunch is on. Yaoyorozu is too smart not to notice her own failures, and as the days drag on you can see it affecting her. She doesn't smile quite as wide, isn't as quick to respond when Ashido or Tsunitori asks her a question.>Let Bakugo tutor Yaoyorozu>Let Honenuki tutor Yaoyorozu>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Do nothing for nowBut your days are not solely dedicated to teaching students. UA is filled with other teachers, and as they weeks go by you start to get to know your co-workers better. You find yourself spending a large amount of time....>Talking sports with Hound Dog>Jamming with Present Mic>Drinking on the roof with Snipe>Drafting a fantasy hero team with Ectoplasm>Arguing politics with Midnight
>>3899054>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Arguing politics with Midnight
>>3899054Not sure what's the best for Yaoyorozu, but we definitely need to be bros with Snipe.
>>3899054>>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Jamming with Present Mic
>>3899054>>Let Honenuki tutor YaoyorozuIf she comes to us for help, then we start teaching one on one. Until then, this can be a learning experience for the both of them.>>Drinking on the roof with SnipeWe spend most of the day talking. Quiet relaxation time would be welcome.
>>3899054>>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>>Drinking on the roof with Snipe
>>3899054>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourselfIf there were a lot of students needing help, then delegate, but we can tutor one student.>Drafting a fantasy hero team with EctoplasmIt's definitely not gambling.
>>3899054 >Let Bakugo tutor Yaoyorozu>Drafting a fantasy hero team with Ectoplasm
>>3899074Actually, I couldn't live with this choice.>>3899054Switching to>Drafting a fantasy hero team with Ectoplasm
>>3899054Just caught up, seems pretty good so far.>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Drafting a fantasy hero team with EctoplasmBakugo absolutely has better pure combat instinct than Honenuki, however he wouldn't be able to actually teach her anything. It would essentially turn into her fight verse Tokoyami except even faster. Honenuki is a decent second choice, however of course the best option is ourselves.
>>3899054>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Jamming with Present MicYEEEEAAAAH!!!
>>3899054>Let Bakugo tutor Yaoyorozu>Drinking on the roof with Snipe
>>3899054>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Drinking on the roof with Snipe
>>3899054>Sahara – the desert hero>Quirk: Sandstorm. Sahara can manipulate sand in a wide radius around his body, not only to attack and defend but also for precision tasks.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6120QOlsfU>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Arguing politics with Midnight
>>3899054>let bakugo tutor yaoyorozubakugo is probably a horrendous teacher, and this might fuel his ego even further, but momo definitely needs a more instinctual ability to respond, and bakugo can give her thatit might also help the class bonding, if the rest of the class finds out about him helping his fellow class mate. momo might also put in a good word for him every now and again.>arguing politics with midnightI'm all for "no way, fag"
>let bakugo tutor yaoyoroza> argue politics
>>3899054Teach yourselfPolitics - "Destro did nothing wrong"
>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Arguing politics with Midnight
>>3899054>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourselfINB4 accusations of weird shit>Arguing politics with MidnightSilence liberal
>>3899054>Let Honenuki tutor Yaoyorozu>Drafting a fantasy hero team with Ectoplasm
We need to put bakugo through some type of special training to make him not a dick starting to think maybe we should have picked Shoto just so there would be someone that can keep him on his toes
>>3899054>Let Honenuki tutor Yaoyorozu>Arguing politics with MidnightI don't know if showing favoritism is good idea
>>3899327He's got combat talent and good battle instincts. I think forcing him into a leadership role will push some empathy on him.Let's start putting him on a team with Yaoyorozu and some other, more passive teammates. Then study groups with Yaoyorozu and others to learn strategy and team bonding.
Why do we, as the strongest person in class 1-A, not simply forcefully and surgically frankenstein the weakest students into one powerful megastudent?
>>3899331What should we try with Monoma? We need something to help build his confidence as well as his empathy.
>>3899425We promised Recovery Girl that we wouldn't give parents the impression of trying to murder the children. A promise is a sacred trust
>>3899432I mean he's essentially quirkless until he gets his hands on somebody maybe we should do some cqc or get him some support items?
>>3899432Class history lesson on important power copiers?Assignment with a school psychologist?Taking him aside and giving him a heart-to-heart?
Give monoma a heart to heart, get his permission to set him up with a councilor, pull him aside one day to get him support items and then have a lesson on important power copiers. Go above and beyond for our pupils while retaining a strict and aloof demeanor throughout
>>3899445>>3899449These are some good ideas that I hadn't considered. Learning to defend himself when he doesn't have a quirk stacked up is definitely a must. He might actually be a decent match to put with Yaoyorozu as well.
>>3899454>Go above and beyond for our pupils while retaining a strict and aloof demeanor throughout"I-It's not like I want you to grow into helpful heroes and well rounded adults or anything, B-B-BAKA!
>>3899432One on one training. We take him aside while another pair of groups is sparring and teach him to switch mid-combat. Talk him through observational processes and how to assess a quirk's strengths and weaknesses.Honestly, he's better suited for a non-frontline role as a Quirk trainer and teacher than as a Hero, but that's not the career path he's working on.
>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Drinking on the roof with Snipe
So, boys, how well do you think we can handle allegations of inappropriate behavior? It's never a good idea to be alone with a student.
>>3900031UA has cameras, so just be on those. No one questions why Deku is dragged into the teacher's lounge with All Might. We're fine.
>>3900031We're not a closeted fucking pedo, so that's not even a concern we need to have
>>3900085I like to joke.
>>3900031>>3900057Sahara's appeared to be a fairly serious person so far anyways, just explaining why he was teaching her should suffice.
>>3900057Midnight as a whole should be a PR nightmare for UA but I guess nobody has a problem with someone called "The 18+ Hero" teaching teenagers and frequently being lewd/making innuendos around them
>>3900150not to mention actually making real ass fucking passes at said teenagers.Midnight shouldn't even be allowed to live in a school zone, much less work as a teacher.stain was right.
>>3899331Make Bakugo class rep. Having the students vote for it is useless when it is a powerful teaching tool.
>>3901001Nah, make 'em vote, but surprise them by electing the student with the least votes.
>>3901013So we're just going to make Mineta class rep?
Is there any way we can fast-track Bakugo for a college level physics class? Something basic, so he has an understanding of force and how it affects things through different mediums, and what inertia is.
>>3901142He's in freshman year, dude, lets see if we can just get him into standard Physics first, to learn about things like Centrifugal force that could aid him. Force him to realize being a great hero isn't all about making a bigger bang at the right spot, but also other, more niche applications of your abilities and decision making skills.
>>3899054>>Let Bakugo tutor Yaoyorozu>>Arguing politics with MidnightWould a paste bin be out of line for all the heroes and such? I haven't watched the show and half way through some of the post had to go back to the start to check who did what and even then still had to figure out the names a few times.
>>3899054>>Tutor Yaoyorozu yourself>Drafting a fantasy hero team with Ectoplasm
Is this dead?
>>3905287I sure as hell hope not
>>3905287OP is probably gone for a couple days
Please come back qm
rip quest, gone too soon
I have faith in you QMplease come back
I've seen too many flakey qm's ditch to have hope for the few that trickle back. It was fun while it lasted
fucked up. BNHA quests are usually fairly fun.maybe somebody will do one with a villain eventually, that'd be neat
>>3908664Quirkless quest was pretty close.
>>3908729yeah but>quirklesswhat's the point of being a villain if you don't get to have a fucked up superpower like stealing teeth
>>3908955To show up all those losers with godlike powers who still don't accomplish shit.
>>3908955Unironically, a gun would kill most heroes.Now if there was some quirkless supergenius who actually made something like an Iron Man Suit and filled it with deadly weaponry and didn't make it out of paper mache, he could effectively stomp the setting.
Gentleman, it's been an honor.
>>3911672The feeling is mutual anon. >>3911672
goodbye fellas, was nice
>>3908664i miss those
Should some anon archive for posterity?