9 Malevolent The Odds of My Hero Academia

Villainous nature

Whatever a character's alignment, My Hero Academia is full of deadly skills.

Acid (Mina Ashido)

Acid corrodes anything it comes into contact with and can cause melting. In the hands of villains, this would be a highly hazardous skill.

Transform (Himiko Toga)

Himiko Toga has the ability to shapeshift into anyone, provided she consumes a sample of their blood. Toga suffered social exclusion as a result.

Meatball (Seiji Shishikura)

Meatball appears to be a terrible Quirk by the standards of My Hero Academia at first glance.

Meatball (Seiji Shishikura)

Users can shape opponents into chewy meatballs and work with raw flesh.

Bloodcurdle (Chizome Akaguro)

You wouldn't want to meet Bloodcurdle (Chizome Akaguro) Stain in a dimly lit alley. Observing this Quirk in action is repulsive.

Overhaul (Kai Chisaki)

By their very nature, risky quirks are dangerous. They can be used to treat injuries,

Overhaul (Kai Chisaki)

but the patient has an excruciatingly unpleasant experience while doing so.

Hellflame (Enji Todoroki/Endeavor)

Using this extremely potent quirk effectively is best done in offensive scenarios, like taking on Nomus in the Pro Hero arc.

Brainwashing (Hitoshi Shinso)

Every time a target listens to Shinso's voice, brainwashing takes place.

Brainwashing (Hitoshi Shinso)

He is therefore typically left alone because no one wants to cope with his quirk.

All For One (All For One)

The capacity to usurp authority is by its very nature malevolent. The primary beneficiary in this instance is the deadly criminal who uses it.

Decay (Tomura Shigaraki)

Users can destroy anything their hands can touch with Decay. When touched, targets—from living things to vast cities—will instantly turn to dust.