Discussion in 'My Hero Academia' started by Garcher, Nov 22, 2018.
i would never get banned here though. i'm a good samaritan.
I never got banned before
It's all because of fujos ...
Only thing I got from the first comments I see is that Haruka Katana hasn´t been banned before because of fujos...whut?
Nothing to do with fujos, just a comment of I have never been banned in this site before
I can fix these issues for you guys.
And you guys call yourself Bakugou fans while hating on Sasuke. They're basically the same character but Sasuke was the best and most complex out the two was meant to play the anti hero since his introduction.
I will never understand this fetish for comparing Sasuke and Bakugou?
Oh linkmyboy you always crack me up
They both hated the MC with passion when he started getting stronger.
I think he really is Linkmyboy. He just responded to two questions that I'd actually asked Linkmyboy.
Is that enough to say that they're "basically" the same character?
Wow such similarity. Almost the same character.
And Bakugou always disliked deku. That didn't just start with deku getting a quirk.
Yeah i've already been convinced for awhile that that's linkmyboy lol.
Just joking mate.
Hey btw , how is it going ? Why aren't you posting anymore in the OL?
It's going good. I took a break from one piece. The start of the wano arc bored me. I'll pick it back up soon tho.
Actually, Izuku was originally a part of Bakugo's gang of admirer friends. It was only after Baku developed his quirk and began to think that his crap didn't stink that he started bullying others, and when he learned that Izuku did not have a quirk Baku singled him out for major mockery. What baffled him then and baffles him to this day is why Izuku continued to show him compassion and offer a friendly hand after all that.
I mean nothing you said changes the fact that bakugou never liked deku. Bakugou never considered deku a friend. Deku followed him around. He always thought deku was a loser from day 1.
The outright bullying didn't start until Deku defied the group and protected someone that Bakugou and the others were jumping. The teasing was happening before everyone manifested quirks.
For some reason, many people forget that.
What does he think now?
Bakugou was already making fun of deku for taking way too long to manifest his quirk. His already low opinion of him was merely cemented when it was confirmed he was quirkless.
It's one thing if you're some lonely kid who has no friends so you stick around and follow a group everyday even if they treat you like trash. But it's always funny how deku continues to suck bakugou's dick even to this day
Deku is an even more devout baku fan than me
That is not a given. Izuku states in ch 9 pg 4 that he and Bakugo were initially friends and members of the little gang that Bakugo led.
I haven't forgotten anything. When Bakugo acquired his quirk at the age of four he went from confident leader to conceited bully and it was then that he began to terrorize other kids.He soon turned on smaller and weaker Izuku, making Midoria the focus of his abuse and giving him the insulting nickname of Deku (ch 9 pg 12).
Baku considered himself better than everyone else (and especially 'Deku') and this feeling of superiority expanded even more after it was learned that Izuku had no quirk. But Midoria dared to defy him, standing up for another victim of his bullying (after it was known that Izuku was quirkless), and then having the compassion to run to his aid when he fell into that stream. Bakugo wanted to think himself better than everyone--but I think Midoria made him question if that was true and it is a major reason for the vitriol he still feels regarding his once childhood friend.
You and I have vastly different definitions of bullying.
You don't consider the constant mocking of another and giving them an insulting nickname to be bullying? Verbal abuse is just as painful as a threatened and/or realized punch. Especially to a small child.
Nope. And I've had an entire classroom laughing at me, similar to how Deku did. An expected result of being "the new kid" as well as smarter than everyone else. "Bullying" used to be a term for some kid beating you up and taking your lunch money daily. Now, somehow, it's a word to describe someone that hurts one's feelings.
I reject that notion with extreme prejudice. I'm not gonna sit here and claim Deku was bullied over some nickname and when he had every opportunity to simply stop following "Kacchan". An actual bullied child would seek to stay AWAY from their bully.
It's all bullying to me. Bullying is hurting someone, whether with fists or words: Words can hurt. Encouraging others to make fun of someone can make life a living hell. So I reject your rejection!
Manga characters tend to behave in ways that often deviate from the norm irl. As far as Deku continuing to feel a sense of friendship and admiration regarding Bakugo goes, it certainly is not as strange as Naruto's extensive pursuit of Sasuke. If either of them said to heck with that guy there would be much less story!
"Words can hurt," she says to the dude that just said he's had a whole classroom laugh and make fun of him.
Not describing childish teasing as bullying does not change how hurtful action is. It only changes the perception. "Bullying" needs actual confrontation in order to be rectified. Teasing needs nothing but indifference or disregard. Now, you tell me. Did Deku's treatment by Baku need confrontation or indifference? Answer honestly.
And way more relatability.
On a side note, do you not know how uninhibitedly cruel kids can be? Nothing Bakugou did as a small kid struck me as outside of the norm. Kids do that shit all the time. For example, the ringleader of that classroom of kids that laughed at me? She once said that she wished I would get run over by a truck. First time I'd encountered venom like that in my then eight years of life, and I'd already been in fights by that age. Ah well, huge irony is that she'd liked me the whole time, but didn't know how to articulate it.
Which is why I sometimes fear that Baku×Deku might actually have some merit...