My hero academia villains
My hero academia: 10 Best villains, Ranked From Weakest To Strongest
10. Yuga Aoyama
Similar to the protagonist of the series, Yuga Aoyama was born quirkless and acquired his abilities through All for One. This leaves him feeling insecure and fearful, manipulated into carrying out the malevolent tasks assigned by All for One.
He takes on the role of the most deceitful kind of villain: the undercover operative wielding the trust of the heroes. Serving as the U.A. Traitor, he delivers Class 1-A into the grasp of the League of Villains, all the while being coerced and burdened with guilt throughout the entire ordeal.
Despite possessing an ordinary quirk, Twice manages to distinguish himself as one of the standout villains in My Hero Academia. Introduced initially as a comical character lacking depth, Jin Bubaigawara, also known as Twice, quickly revealed the substantial threat posed by his ability in the hero-centric society. Despite Twice’s inherent instability, he proved to be a valuable asset to the League of Villains.
What renders Twice perilous as a villain is the extent to which he is willing to go to shield his comrades from any peril, even at the expense of his own well-being. While he may not boast the same level of power as some other villains on this roster, Twice undeniably earns recognition as a formidable antagonist.
A part of the Vanguard Action Squad, Muscular, whose real name is Goto Imasuji, stands out as a villain wielding the Muscle Augmentation quirk. This ability allows him to control the muscles in his body, amplifying his existing physical attributes, such as speed and strength, to extraordinary levels.
His quirk grants him considerable strength, making him a formidable force in combat. Coupled with his bloodthirsty disposition, Muscular is driven by the pursuit of pleasure and actively seeks opportunities to unleash the utmost violence possible.
Named after his quirk, Overhaul, Kai Chisaki possesses a physique that belies his extraordinary ability to reshape matter at will. This power allows him to deconstruct and reconstruct objects or individuals as he desires. For instance, he demonstrated this capability when he killed Rappa by disassembling and reassembling his body.
Furthermore, Overhaul’s quirk grants him the ability to assimilate other quirks by merging his body with their wielders. This formidable power has earned him a notorious reputation among both heroes and villains in the story.
6. Himiko Toga
Toga, a prominent antagonist in the narrative, was a member of the League of Villains and played a pivotal role in various arcs, such as the Forest Training Camp Arc, where she engaged in battles against Tsuyu Asui and Ochaco Uraraka.
Her unique quirk, Transform, enables her to assume the likeness of another person by consuming their blood. Displaying an evolution in her abilities during a confrontation with Curious, Toga gained the capacity not only to mimic physical appearances but also to adopt quirks that piqued her interest.
Gigantomachia’s imposing stature alone instills fear, characterized by his towering and rugged physique. As an integral part of the Paranormal Liberation Front, he played a significant role in the events of the Paranormal Liberation War.
Functioning primarily as the brawn rather than the brains, Gigantomachia excels at executing orders. However, being the obedient servant of the formidable All for One ties his actions to the malevolent will of a great evil, elevating him to a substantial threat. Furthermore, he engages in combat utilizing quirks distinct from his innate abilities.
Toya Todoroki, better known as Dabi, carries the unusual distinction of being the son of Endeavor, a hero. Driven to madness and fueled by a thirst for revenge, he transforms into a formidable villain, acting as an opposing force in various story arcs.
In the Pro Hero Arc, Dabi collaborates with Hawks to orchestrate High End’s attack on Kyushu. Armed with his Blueflame quirk, Dabi can generate and manipulate intense blue flames, comparable in strength to those wielded by his father, Endeavor. His repertoire includes several ultimate moves, complemented by his intellectual prowess.