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Alguien a parte de anxico le gustan mis dibujos x"D? No se siento que ya ni tengo tanto apoyo ni siquiera cuando me esfuerzo cabrón en un dibujo pwp… pensaba hacer dibujos para navidad pero ahora siento que apenas una persona los quisiera, no ando depre ok x"D? Solo no se ere si me puedo dar un respiro de los dibujos o yo que se, hasta cuando estaba haciendo el de Jothen andaba media enferma qwp

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Okay, that’s very cool, but have you considered: funny little hat? Just like a funny hat he wears to keep his skull warm. The hood interferes with his peripheral vision so he starts wearing just like a funny little hat. Like a funny little work hat, for work. Just saying.

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I meant to congratulate you on winning the game. We never finished it. You did while I was asleep. I didn’t know the word though. I don’t even remember which word I put down.

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There are a lot of things we currently don’t know about the Hero Commission, and right now, the entire HPSC is sketchy af, however based on the positions of where the students were located (either with medical relief/intelligence or evacuation teams - overall being either out of the way or in the safest possible areas of the heroes’ formation), I’m almost certain that them getting involved was supposed to be a worst-case scenario type of thing. Which is something Hawks even states in his message to Endeavor in chapter 246 - “In Case of Failure, Prepare Numbers”.

The obvious exception to this are the four students who were granted permission to use their quirks on the battlefield: Kaminari, Tokoyami, Honenuki, and Komori. But - even then, they were constantly surrounded by heroes (until Tokoyami disobeyed orders and flew into the front lines by himself to rescue Hawks), and were even supposed to be escorted back to the back lines as soon as they accomplished their goals in Fatgum’s Fataxi (which is probably the safest ride they could get). Hell, even at the hospital, the only students that got directly involved in a fight before the fight was ever brought to them were those that disobeyed orders and headed out to Shigaraki’s location.

Overall, I find the HPSC’s decision to prepare the students very dubious in its execution, with them creating mandatory internships that caused the teachers to question what the sudden rush in preparing them was for. The lack of transparency makes it all really questionable. However, this decision does track with all those made since All Might’s retirement. In the Provisional License Exams, for example, the HPSC focused on raising the quality of the heroes the exams rather than the numbers, suddenly changing the entire format of the test last minute - including the number of students who passed. UA too has also seen an increased focus of preparing its students at record pace, with them changing the format of the first semester final exams and having its first years take the licensing exam (something normally reserved for second years). And the reason for all of these changes? The sudden rise in crime over the past years that has resulted from the fall-out of All Might’s retirement.

The fact is that this conflict with the PLF was unavoidable. If the heroes didn’t strike now, the villains would have done so one month later, and the students would have gotten caught up in this mess regardless. Obviously, the ideal was that the students wouldn’t have to do much at all in this conflict. However, in case something happened and they were forced to get caught up in it - or even worse, the heroes failed entirely in their mission and the conflict was forced entirely onto the kids’ shoulders (basically what happened at the mansion with UA vs Machia) - having the kids be experienced and prepared for combat would be an undeniable advantage for both the students themselves and hero society altogether. And, even if the kids didn’t get involved in the conflict at all, the experience they gained in their internships could really only help them later on, especially in a world where, again, crime is on the rise all over the country.

I’m not trying to condone the HPSC’s actions on this or anything, but I think there is a lot of evidence in the story - especially in the chapter you specifically cited - to prove that the students getting involved wasn’t the original plan and was really only a worse-case scenario type thing. From my perspective, their combat experience was really more to ‘check all bases and prepare for any possibility’. Again, that doesn’t make it okay, but I think that’s just what it is.

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So basically I just have a handful of screenshots of Lan Zhan saying “Wei Ying” and these are the best ones in my collection.

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I was bored and going through my gallery and remembered that I have these. So I decided to just make a post and see where it takes me. Lol

Follow for more stuff from me. I’m just getting started :3 I’m also new to this corner of Tumblr so some acquaintances would be nice, but I bow down to those who have been here a while.

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