My Hero Academia: The 10 Strongest Hero Quirks, Ranked

The world of anime is extremely vast, but only a handful of series have managed to achieve success on a global scale, and over the past five years, My Hero Academia has become one of those series. It takes place in a world where most of the population has some type of quirk (superpower), and it focuses on Izuku Midoriya-a quirkless teenage boy who is given a quirk by his personal hero, All Might.

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There are a lot of powerful quirks in this universe, and not everyone uses them for good, in fact there is an entire league of criminals who are dedicated to villainy. Since villains exist, Heroes do too, and they all possess quirks that are both powerful and versatile, but some of these Hero quirks are more powerful than the rest.

10 Black Hole

My Hero Accademia is set in the kind of detailed world that any Final Fantasy fan would enjoy, and a large amount of this detail is focused on the heroes themselves. Thirteen is one of several Pro Heroes who specialize in search and rescue emergencies, and her quirk is quite useful and powerful.

Thirteen’s Black Hole quirk allows her to recreate the suction effect of a black hole through her fingertips, and the force of the suction is so strong that it can even pull in light. She can use this quirk to clear debris and save trapped citizens, but she can also use it to capture villains.

9 Creation

Anyone who plays Dark Souls 3 knows how important rings and weapons are, and if the game had an NPC like Momo Yaoyorozu, players wouldn’t need to buy them with the Souls they’ve collected. Momo possesses the Creation quirk, which allows her to  create any non-living material or object from her exposed skin

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She can do this by transforming the molecular structure of her fat cells, but she can only create something if she understands its molecular structure. As a result, she can create any item or weapon that she might need in a fight or rescue operation.

8 Manifest

Food-inspired abilities may not sound impressive, but they can be very effective when used the right way. Tamaki Amajiki is a Pro Hero student who goes by the name, Suneater, and he can manifest the physical characteristics of anything he eats thanks to his Manifest quirk.

If he eats Octopus, he can turn his fingers into tentacles which he can use to capture villains, and if he eats crab, he can generate claws that are strong enough to destroy metal weapons. What makes this quirk so useful is the fact that Tamaki can manifest and use multiple characteristics at once.

7 Explosion

My Hero Academia doesn’t really feature any kind of sword fighting, which means that it isn’t the kind of anime that Ghost of Tsushima fans would enjoy. It does have plenty of explosions though, and fans can thank Bakugo for that.

Bakugo has the Explosion quirk, and this allows him to create explosions by igniting the nitroglycerin-like sweat that secretes from his palms. This quirk can do a lot of damage, but Bakugo can also use it to evade attacks by propelling himself at high speeds, and he can also create a shockwave that functions like a shield.

6 Fierce Wings

Wing Hero: Hawks is currently My Hero Academia‘s  No. 2 Pro Hero, and part of the reason why people like him is because he’s a smart Hero who promotes a carefree and good-natured attitude. His quirk also happens to be very versatile, as he can use it to fight villains and to save civilians who are in danger.

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Fierce Wings is a quirk that gives Hawks a pair of large, bright red wings, and he can telekinetically control the movement and nature of each individual feather. He can harden these feathers in order to turn them into a sharp sword or sturdy shield, and he can use them to grab onto people and bring them to safety.

5 Hellflame

Endeavor is currently the top ranked Hero in the series, and he has one of the best Plus Ultra moves in My Hero One’s Justice 2. After years of training, Endeavor now has enhanced strength, durability, speed, reflexes, and endurance, but his true power lies in his Hellflame quirk.

Hellflame is a pretty straightforward quirk, as it allows him to create and manipulate large quantities of intense fire. This fire is incredibly powerful as evidenced by his Prominence Burn technique, which produces a concentrated beam of fire that can vaporize an enemy.

4 Half-Cold Half-Hot

Shoto Todoroki is Endeavor’s youngest son, and he has the potential to become even more powerful than his father. He managed to inherit part of his father’s quirk, which is why he can generate fire from the left side of his body.

His mother possesses an ice-related quirk which he also partially inherited, which is why the right side of his body can generate ice. He can use both elements independently, which already makes him difficult to fight against, but he can also use both elements simultaneously.

3 Brainwashing

Hitoshi Shinso may not be the series’ best fighter, but he possesses a powerful quirk, and the best think about it is the fact that he doesn’t even need to lift a finger to use it. His quirk is called, Brainwashing, and it forces his target to obey every single commands.

This quirk will take affect as soon as someone verbally responds to him, and he can use it on multiple people at once, but he will only be able to command one person at a time. It’s amazing that Hitoshi decided to become a Hero, because he can make a very good living as a villain with his quirk.

2 Erasure

There are a multitude of powerful quirks in the world of My Hero Academia, but there is one quirk that can temporarily counter every single one of them. That quirk is called Erasure, and it belongs to Shota Aizawa, and with it, he can nullify another person’s quirk by looking at them.

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This quirk is extremely powerful, but it has several drawbacks. It will deactivate if Aizawa blinks, and this happens a lot when he uses it for a prolonged period of time because the quirk causes his eyes to dry up.

1 One For All

There are plenty of anime with great visuals, and My Hero Academia has had its fair share of impressive visuals, including the final exchange between All Might and All For One. All Might is basically the series’ Superman, as he possesses immense strength, speed, durability, and stamina.

All Might is the former owner of One For All, a transferable quirk which allows the user to stockpile a massive amount of raw power, and this allowed him to significantly enhance all of his physical abilities. Izuku Midoriya is the current owner, and he recently learned that One For All also allows the user to use the quirks of all the previous owners.

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