My Hero Academia sets the stage for the final stages of the final war between the heroes and the villains, and the latest chapter of the series reveals the fierce recoil side effects that afflict Izuku Midoriya after using his latest Gearshift quirk! Prior to this final battle with Tomura Shigaraki and All For One, the second user within One For All teased that the final quirk should only be used when the time is right and Deku is out of any real options. Well, now that he’s used it, let’s see why it was so dangerous.
My Hero Academia is now setting up the final round of battles between All For One and the heroes, and Deku struggles to take that next step given the amount of power he’s already used in fighting Shigaraki. As he prepares for the next stage of the battle, he struggles to control the situation, as using Gearshift has been revealed to have completely drained his body of his oxygen as he struggles to breathe.
What’s wrong with Izuku’s Gearshift Quirk?
Chapter 377 of My Hero Academia begins shortly after Himiko Toga and Kurogiri make their way to UA High School’s floating battlefield. Interrupting Aizawa’s Erasure quirk, and this in turn unleashes all the quirks in Shigaraki’s body. As the Fortress struggles to stay aloft, All For One continues to grapple with Shigaraki and again directly challenges Deku. But Deku himself can’t really think as he has yet to recover from using Gearshift.
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Deku explains that when his cells don’t get a second of rest after using the quirk, his body can’t get enough oxygen. He struggles to breathe as the Second User tries to tell him to stand still, and all the while everything becomes chaos all around. So Deku must find a way to recover from his biggest oddity yet before it gets any worse.
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