Does Deku Become A Villain

Both can be Red, Or there can be one of each color. Villain Deku is the evil version of Izuku Midoriya from the anime My Hero Academia. His bad ending occurs after an alternate version of events in the first episode. Usually, he joins the league of villains and uses his knowledge and determination to quickly become one of their key players, though this varies from AU to AU. In the 1st episode of the original anime, we see Deku being bullied by his childhood friend, Katsuki Bakugo, because unlike 80% of the world he doesn't possess a superpower, or 'Quirk'. Of course, there's much more to it than that, which only gets elaborated on later in the anime when we see more of Katsuki's development. The nickname Deku, that becomes either his hero or villain name later on in the story, was also given to Deku by Bakugo, which roughly translates to useless. Quirks cannot usually be transferred, unless a Quirk specifically allows it. As far as we know currently, only two individuals have the ability to transfer - and for one of them, take - Quirks.

When walking home after being told to kill himself at school Deku gets attacked by a villain but is saved just in time by All Might; the number one hero and Deku's idol. He asks All Might if he, someone without a Quirk, could be a hero, which All Might promptly says no to. We then learn the villain had escaped and attacked Katsuki, holding him hostage. AU's usually go one of two ways from there. Deku goes through the same events, except when Katsuki is captured by the sludge villain, he doesn't rush into the battle, which had inspired All Might to transfer his power to him originally. Instead, he watches on. All Might still jumps in to aid Katsuki after seeing his desperate struggle for survival. Sometime later he would be scouted by Shigaraki, the leader of an organization called the league of villains, and thus putting him on the path of villainy. The second route AU's usually take is that Deku actually follows Katsuki's advice, but is saved by the league of villains. Whether he gets a Quirk or not depends, but usually he stays Quirkless, using only his intelligence. If he does get a Quirk it's given to him by the villain All For One, who is the other individual capable of transferring Quirks.

Despite his behavior, he is generally kind towards villains.

Izuku is usually tall, round face framed by a short mess of fluffy (curly), dark-green hair, which sticks up at odd angles on his head. His main attire is his tuxedo. Or he wears a button-up shirt with long sleeves, covered by a black vest and tie. He also wears black pants and shoes. Villain Deku has many different variations, but the most common is either a cold, calculating villain who uses infiltration and espionage to stay three steps ahead. He hates any hero or is a psychotic outcast. He has completely forsaken the desire of becoming a hero after being turned down by his idol. He likes to mock and torment heroes and other civilians. Despite his behavior, he is generally kind towards villains. In some more complicated AU's he could be an unwilling villain or have complex motives to take down the discriminatory and unethical hero society. Quirkless Villain Deku: Izuku doesn't get any quirk, and uses his intelligence instead to obtain information from other heroes. He also can be proficient in martial arts, and/or carrying a support weapon. Quirked Villain Deku: Izuku is awarded a quirk or even more, usually by All For One. Each quirk depends on each AU, mostly to carry out the story. AFO Villain Deku: Possessing All For One's quirk of the same name, Izuku can siphon quirks from heroes, just like All For One himself, with the possibilities of using the abilities he could steal and use is endless. Villain Deku mostly derives from an AU and isn't deeply cemented in My Hero Academia's lore. However, he's become one of the most popular AU's within the MHA Fandom, and is also one of the most viewed page of the BEF Wiki.

Whole Cake Island: The central and main island, themed after cake.

New World. It constitutes the main territory of one of the Four Emperors, Big Mom, and her crew, the Big Mom Pirates, which extends around Whole Cake Island. It is navigable with a New World Log Pose. According to Pekoms, it is considered one large, powerful nation, and Big Mom as its queen wants it to become a utopia that unifies all races of the world. Totto Land is the general setting for the Whole Cake Island Arc. Totto Land is a massive archipelago with Whole Cake Island, Big Mom's base of operation, in its center, and 34 subsidiary islands, arranged roughly in concentric circles. Each subsidiary island is ruled by a member of the Charlotte Family as its minister. Most islands are themed after food. The territory's border is lined by a weather phenomenon known as "Cotton Candy Snow" ((), Wata ame Yuki? ) (known as Cotton Candy Flurry in the English dub) in which small bits of cotton candy gently descends from the sky. Whole Cake Island: The central and main island, themed after cake. It is the base of operations of the Big Mom Pirates. 100% Island: It is governed by Minister of Juice Smoothie. Biscuits Island: An island themed after biscuits. It is located northwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is the fifth island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by Minister of Biscuits Cracker.

39; secret route to Whole Cake Island.

Black Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Tea Dosmarche. Cacao Island: One of the outermost southwestern islands, themed after chocolate. It is the first island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It was originally governed by the former Minister of Chocolate Lola before she ran away. Candy Island: One of the innermost islands, themed after candy. It is located southwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is the sixth island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Candy Perospero. Cheese Island: An island themed after cheese. It is located west to Whole Cake Island. It is the fourth island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Cheese Mont-d'Or. Cutlery Island: An island themed after cutlery. It is governed by Minister of Cutlery Mascarpone. In the anime, it was shown located north to Cheese Island, making it northwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Essence Saint-Marc. Fruits Island: It is located east to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Fruits Compote. Funwari Island: It is located southwestern to Whole Cake Island.

Totto Land with her husband, son, and crew. Futoru Island: It is located north to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by Minister of Tasting Mobile. Ice Island: It is located southeastern to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Gelato Moscato. Jam Island: An island themed after jam. It is located west to Whole Cake Island. According to Pedro, it has rivers of juice running through it that pours into the sea. It is the second island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Jam Dacquoise. Jelly Island: It is located south to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Agar Kanten. Kibo Island: It is governed by the Minister of Yeast Marnier. Kimi Island: It is governed by Minister of Eggs Citron. Kinko Island: It is governed by the Minister of Finance Noisette. Komugi Island: It is governed by Minister of Flour Katakuri. Liqueur Island: An island themed after liqueur. It is located in the southwestern to Whole Cake Island.

In the anime, it was shown located north to Cheese Island, making it northwestern to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Alcohol Zuccotto. Loving Island: It is governed by the Minister of Love Cornstarch. Margarine Island: It is governed by the Minister of Butter Galette. Milenge Island: It is located south to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Meringue Broyé. Noko Island: It is governed by the Minister of Whipped Cream Opera. Nuts Island: An island themed after nuts. It is located west to Whole Cake Island. It is the third island of the Charlotte Family siblings' secret route to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Nuts Amande. Package Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Transport Nusstorte. Piepie Island: It is located northeast to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Pie Compo. Poripori Island: It is governed by Minister of Beans Daifuku. Potato Island: An island themed after potatoes. It is governed by Minister of Fries Snack. Rokumitsu Island: It is located south to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Honey Flampe. Sanshoku Island: It is governed by the Minister of Mix Chiboust. Tanega Island: It is governed by Minister of Seeds Kato.

Topping Island: It is located northwest to Whole Cake Island. It is governed by the Minister of Toppings Tablet. Unique Island: It was governed by the Minister of Design Praline. Yakigashi Island: It is governed by the Minister of Browned Food Oven. These outposts called "Tartes" are located at or near the coasts of Totto Land's islands. They are battleships in the shape of confectionery tarts, hence their names, and they compose the majority of Big Mom's fleet. Any unauthorized ships sighted by them are immediately shot down. Territorial sea slugs are scattered across the immediate sea, and send out warning signals to Den Den Mushi to warn visitors and alert whatever Tarteship is within reach. When called upon, Tartes can leave their designated posts and join battles at the best of the Big Mom Pirates. Several of them were destroyed by Daifuku's genie when it attempted to kill Carrot. Totto Land is most notable for being home to members of almost every race and tribe in the world, as Big Mom claims to desire a utopia where all races and species can live in harmony.

39;s Soru Soru no Mi.

The known races that inhabit Totto Land are humans, fish-men, merfolk, minks, snakenecks, longarms, longlegs, dwarves, three-eyes, along with several hybrids of different races. Strangely, living objects (such as furniture, ships, food, etc.) as well as talking animals that are not clearly minks or Zoan fruit users also live in Totto Land. These living objects and talking animals are referred to as "homies", and were essentially brought to life and given human-like traits by Big Mom's Soru Soru no Mi. Big Mom also has a liking for collecting rare and unique animals for her own amusement. By law, all the citizens of Totto Land must donate one month of their lifespan every six months as a fee for Big Mom's protection or else they must leave. However, Brûlée and Praline claimed that Linlin would never allow anyone to leave Totto Land alive, meaning a death penalty may be imposed to anyone who attempts to leave. Despite the diversity of the races within the archipelago, there are no giants living there; this is because every giant in the world despises Big Mom after she wreaked havoc on Elbaf due to her eating disorder, and after a failed attempt to reconcile with them, which only further deepened their animosity for her, she effectively gave up on trying to bring them over to her side, deciding instead to use scientists like Caesar Clown to create her own giants. Aside from giants, lesser known races such as Sky People, Kinokobito, and the Three-Eye Tribe are never seen living in Totto Land in abundance either, with the only known Kinokobito being a prisoner of Big Mom's and the only known Three-Eye ( Charlotte Pudding) being reviled and discriminated by the population until she was forced to hide her third eye.

Totto Land also lacks two other races, one of the reasons is due to how one race, the Lunarians, dwindled over time, hence her attempt to recruit King from the Beasts Pirates into her crew. : the character is dead. : the character is non-canon. : the character is no longer part of this group. Hovering the symbol may give further details. Hovering the symbol gives further details. As its queen, Big Mom has supreme authority within Totto Land. However, much of the daily governance and administration of Totto Land's various islands is managed by those of her children who hold ministerial positions. Minister of Agar: The minister responsible for governing Jelly Island. This position is held by Kanten. Minister of Alcohol: The minister responsible for governing Liqueur Island. This position is held by Zuccotto. Minister of Beans: The minister responsible for governing Poripori Island. This position is held by Daifuku. Minister of Biscuits: The minister responsible for governing Biscuits Island.


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