From Iida to Midoriya - My Hero Academia S3 Episode 8 Reaction


Alguien sabe cuándo lo va a poner para que sea gratis? aviso que soy de Bolivia y acá el vip de 5 dólares es demasiado caro y no lo puedo pagar :c
Stain's counterpoint in this show is Uraraka. He, and now Spinner and others, have this view that heros must be selfless, the mere fact that they get paid justifies killing them. Uraraka views being a hero is a noble and well-paying profession. We need Uraraka to express herself again, more forcefully.

By the way I think it is a good time to order a pizza.
rem, 20 May 2021 - 12:25pm
Gotta remember they're kids training to be heroes they're not pro heroes yet. Going out & trying to save their friend can be dangerous & put them in danger. Tsu was right with what she said.
Madara, 20 May 2021 - 4:31pm
Until you remember that they have the number 1 and 2 heroes quirk and mini versions of them. They took out stain and thats without Momo, Kirishima and Bakugo so I think they would have had a chance if it came to a fight.
rem, 22 May 2021 - 2:11am
You're overestimating heroes & underestimating the villains. Shigaraki, Warp gate & Dabi alone will easily kill all of them. Specially since Deku was injured.
wook, 22 May 2021 - 8:43pm
One could argue that's an even bigger risk. They're not fully trained yet. Losing them so young could be a huge blow to the future society.
The more I think about it the more I think Ida is a clown. I don't hate him or anything, but he just is such a bad hero to be honest. Like he is a good dude for what it is worth, but not a good hero as of now at all. This was demonstrated in the entrance exam when he ran even though he could have used his speed to instead help, when he choose vengeance over saving a life, and even now he still doesn't seem to get it. He is trying to compare it to his own experience with Stain, but that doesn't hold up if you think about it for more than half a second. This group's only priority is to save Bakugo, not to get vengeance on the League for them taking him. It is like he just doesn't understand what being a hero even is. It is in this episode that most demonstrates the fact that Momo would be a better class rep than Ida imo ("I'll stand behind my classmates").
I disagree, regardless of how you look at it there are two glaring similarities in the two situations (Stain/Saving Bakugo).
1. They don’t have the authority to act.
2. They don’t have the experience.
They need to have faith in the hero’s they hope to become someday. Because you know none of them want to grow up to be a hero that children look at and think, “no I need to do this myself.”
I don’t really care what pro heroes think, if a freaking student had proved that they can do a better job than most of the pro heroes (without any credit too); then I don’t have any faith/trust on them.

Pro Heroes are really REALLY useless when it comes to fighting the *real* villains (aka AFO & his minions), like it’s so funny how they believe that they’re going to save the society when it’s only all-might & Endeavor who will be able to do that; I’m just wondering how no one in the society had figured it out lol.