Top 10 Strongest MHA Characters with Multiple Quirks – Hey guys!. In this post, I’ll be discussing a list of Top 10 Strongest MHA Characters with Multiple Quirks. In the world of My Hero Academia, quirks are special abilities that people possess. These quirks can range from simple and mundane to incredibly powerful and versatile.
Quirks are usually inherited genetically, but in rare cases, they can also be acquired through other means. Each quirk has its own unique set of abilities and limitations. Some quirks grant superhuman strength or speed, while others allow the user to manipulate elements such as fire or ice. Some quirks even grant the user the ability to transform into a different form or creature.
In the story, those with powerful quirks are often sought after by villains who seek to use their abilities for their own gain. On the other hand, heroes with strong quirks are admired and respected for their ability to protect and serve society. Let us jump right into it.
The Warp Gate Villain Kurogiri is a High-End Nomu with the impressively capable teleportation Quirk Warp Gate. This Quirk was previously integral to the League of Villains operations, and has even managed to turn the tide of an entire war on more than one occasion. He’s not often thought of as a character with multiple quirks, since he doesn’t seem to use more than one, but there’s a reason for that.
Warp Gate is actually an artificial Quirk that uses the Quirk Cloud as its base. Which comes from the fact that Kurogiri was created using the body of Shirakumo, the original wielder of Cloud. Despite being a Nomu, Kurogiri has never actually been much of a combatant at all, so unfortunately, he’s got nothing on our later entries.
Shuichi Iguchi, or Spinner, was once the weakest member of The League of Villains but is now an absolute beast! His original quirk, Gecko, is the reason he looks like a reptile and allows him to stick to walls and other smooth surfaces.
But in preparation for the final war, All For One gave him two additional quirks: Body Bulk and Scalemail. Body Bulk lets him grow in size and strength, and Scalemail lets him create an exoskeleton of sharp scales he can use to defend himself. This collection of abilities made him a very intimidating person to face. However, Spinner’s new quirks came with some complications.
Scalemail makes him bleed, and Body Bulk has started to mentally destabilize him. Spinner may be really powerful, but he can’t handle the burden of multiple quirks like the other characters on our list can.
8. Lady Nagant
Lady Nagant, or Kaina Tsutsumi, is a former Pro Hero who was branded a villain after murdering a leader of The Public Safety Commission, which she previously served as a legendary killer thanks to her Quirk Rifle. With it, Lady Nagant is literally a human weapon as she can protrude or retract a rifle-like appendage from her right elbow.
She even has a part of her arm that extends and curls up to form a scope. She can also change the power output of her rifle for increased velocity, but runs the increased risk of jamming. Lady Nagant can remove bits of her own hair, which can be molded into various sorts of bullets. Two we’ve seen have been hollow points, and curving bullets.
With this quirk, Lady Nagant has a range of 3 Kilometers, or nearly 2 Miles. After escaping from Tartarus, Lady Nagant became a multiple-quirk user thanks to All for One. Air Walk, allows her to levitate by standing on the air around her. It’s a very simple quirk, but it’s absolutely perfect for a marksman like Lady Nagant. She even used the recoil of her arm as a propellant for faster movement.
Her Remote Detonation Quirk was a failsafe placed by All for One in case she decided to betray him, which she did. Lady Nagant was able to give Deku a run for his money at a point where he was already unreasonably strong. But unfortunately, she’s nowhere near strong enough to handle the characters coming up!
The High-End Nomu Hood was specially designed to be able to handle having multiple quirks. He had the perfect balance of enhancements and quirks to be able to take down virtually any hero in a solo fight. If either Hawks or Endeavor had to fight this thing alone, it would be their last. In total, Hood had a whopping 6 Quirks and was designed by Dr. Garaki to take full advantage of them.
Muscle Augmentation allowed him to boost his muscle size, strength, and durability. Power granted him insane levels of physical strength. Enough to tear through skyscrapers with ease! Fun Fact: The quirk “Power” is what public records understand to be Deku’s quirk instead of One for All. Super Regeneration is an extremely rare quirk that Hood used to recover from what would otherwise have been fatal blows.
Transforming Arms allowed him to alter the shape of his arms for long-ranged, and overwhelming attacks. Shoulder Mounted Jets gave him four retracting jet boosters on his back that allowed him to fly at decent speeds. Although the wings he made with Transforming Arms definitely helped. Hood had one more mystery quirk that allowed him to store others inside himself and release at least nine at will.
Despite these incredible quirks, what Hood lacks in comparison to the rest of our list is intelligence. While it’s clear from his ability to speak that Hood had a greater mental capacity than most Nomu, he’s still just that – a Nomu. He had the mind and instincts of a battle junkie but totally lacked tactical thinking, unlike the rest of this list.
Nine is the primary antagonist of The My Hero Academia Heroes Rising Movie. His original Quirk was Weather Manipulation, which allowed him to do exactly that. He could create massive storm clouds, colossal tornadoes, summon bolts of lightning, manipulate wind, and even fly. His power was so ridiculous that he was shunned by society because they considered it to be “godlike”.
However, the major downside of this otherwise unfair ability is that it caused rapid cellular degeneration and unbearable pain, so he had to use it very selectively. Beyond this, Nine possessed an inferior clone of the All for One quirk that allowed him to steal and possess up to eight different quirks besides his original.
Air Wall let Nine create a transparent barrier of pressurized air that could act as a directional shield capable of withstanding One for All at 100%. He could also release bursts of air that would repel enemies and attacks. Scanning Allowed Nine to identify and somewhat understand the various quirks of others along with their general power levels through an infrared-like vision.
Bullet Laser let him shoot off purple lasers from his fingertips which could tear though various solids with ease. His final quirk Cell Activation was too flawed to be useful. It allowed him to activate the cells in his or another person’s body, boosting regeneration and repairing damage, but it only worked on people with Type A blood. So Nine, who had Type B blood was incompatible.
5. Number 6
Number 6 was a major antagonist in the My Hero Academia: Vigilantes spinoff series and had a total of 5 Quirks. But that’s not all, because like one of the top characters on our list, Number 6 received body modifications to improve his physical and mental capabilities that aren’t technically quirks, but might as well be.
These modifications granted him Enhanced Senses, Enhanced Strength, Enhanced Durability, Pain Suppression, Muscle Enhancement, a nearly Toga level Disguise Ability, Clawed Limbs, Maximum Quirk Usage, and Body Storage. Number 6’s main quirk is Overclock. It’s an extreme speed quirk that allowed him to move so fast that it was as if nothing else was moving.
But in dire situations where adrenaline is pumpings, this could easily scale up to several dozen times faster. His next Quirk is Self-Detonation. It allowed him to treat parts of his body like explosives and blow them up. However, thanks to his next Quirk, Regeneration, he was able to heal from such things with ease. The combination of this and his Overclock quirk was ridiculous.
Radio Waves allowed Number 6 to generate electromagnetic pulses that could shut down power and communications in an area. And when he combined this with his Parallel Processing ability, he was able to take control of a hive mind. His last Quirk Bombify allowed him to grow bombs all over his body which he combined with Self-Detonation to deadly effect.
Gigantomachia is a force of nature that decimated entire cities just by being in transit. Gigantomachia is an extremely rare case because not only does he have a total of 7 Quirks, but his body was never actually modified to do so. His original Quirk was Endurance. It allowed him to convert his own morale into physical energy and stamina.
Pain Blocker made him incapable of detecting any pain inside or outside of his body. Gigantification allows him to grow in proportion to his agitation or excitement levels. Growing to be at least 25 meters, or 82 feet tall. His Quirk Dog gave him access to heightened senses of hearing and smell.
Energy Saver lets his body function off of extremely small amounts of hydration and or nutrition and minimal amounts of sleep. Fierce Gains allows him to harden his muscles to an exponential degree. And finally, Mole allows Gigantomachia to grow mole-like claws from his fingers, and spikes from his back in addition to a shielding visor.
Gigantomachia may be one of the least intelligent non-Nomu characters in the series, but with such a brilliantly synergized arsenal of quirks, few if any could ever handle him in a fight. In fact, nobody has ever even attempted to take this guy on solo. And the next three on our list are the only living characters who reasonably could.
3. All For One
The Symbol of Evil, All for One, has been a force to be reckoned with since the very dawn of quirk society, making him the oldest living character in the series. The name of his original Quirk, All for One is the same as his villainous one. With it, he’s been able to steal countless others, and even redistribute them to various people.
All for One has had more quirks than anyone in the series. Search, which he stole from the hero Ragdoll, allowed him to monitor up to one hundred people at once. Because of his wounds, All for One is blind, but this Quirk makes up for that. Air Cannon lets him release shockwaves of air from his arms. Rivet Stab extends darkened tendrils from parts of his body that have the capability of stabbing targets.
Forced Quirk Activation allows him to activate a person’s Quirk against their will. Impact Recoil is used to return the impact of a blow back at the original attacker. Springlike Limbs lets him coil his muscles for the sake of enhancing his physical strength. Multiplier gives All for One more arms. Hypertrophy makes his arms bigger. Life Force grants him a ridiculously long lifespan.
Along with formally having almost every other additional quirk in the series besides One for All. Quirks aside, All for One is easily one of the most intelligent characters in the entire series. It’s to the point where, despite being weaker than our last two characters up ahead, there’s still the chance he could defeat them thanks to his sheer brilliance.
Izuku Midoriya is the only person on this list who did not get any of his quirks from All For One. Gearshift, from the second user, lets Deku change the velocity of anything he touches. Fa Jin, from the third user, stores kinetic energy that Deku can later release to increase his speed and power. Danger Sense, from the fourth user Hikage Shinomori, lets him perceive threats around him before he can see them.
Blackwhip, from the fifth user, Daigoro Banjo, allows Deku to manifest and control dark tendrils of energy from various parts of his body that aid in ranged grappling, mid-air maneuverability, can lift several tons of weight at once without strain, sprout from his back, acting as additional limbs, reinforce his limbs, and even reinforce his body internally.
Smokescreen, from the sixth user, En, lets Deku produce thick clouds of obscuring purple smoke capable of covering a massive area. And finally, Float, from the seventh user, Shimura Nana, which lets Deku levitate. Deku’s proficiency with these additional powers has only increased with time. But we can’t forget about the Core Power of One for All which granted him enhanced strength, speed, and raw power.
Deku at this point is strong enough to dismantle entire villainous situations by himself, could defeat the entirety of Class 1-A all at the same time if he wanted to, and is the only hope the heroes have against the villains during the second war. Deku is far from his prime, both physically and mentally. At the end of the day, he’s a fifteen year-old who has only had this incredible power for 10 Months.
1. Tomura Shigaraki
The new Symbol of Fear Shigaraki Tomura is a calamity given form. Shigaraki’s original Quirk Decay is by far the most destructive in the series. With it, Shigaraki can destroy anything his hands touch as they crumble to dust from the point of contact. Decay can spread from one thing to another, and do so with such volatility that it can destroy an entire city and all its inhabitants in mere moments.
To prepare himself for the Original All for One Quirk, Shigaraki had his body modified by Dr.Garaki, becoming his greatest work. Even in his incomplete form, according to Endeavor, Shigaraki was already physically comparable to All Might in the past. He’s super strong, durable, and fast. Even without his list of stolen Quirks, Shigaraki is the most dangerous person in the world.
He’s got Super Regeneration, Search, Air Cannon, Radio Waves, Rivet Stab, Heavy Payload, Scatter, which lets him split up projectiles, Springlike Limbs, and Wing, which allows him to sprout wings from his back and fly. He used to have a Quirk named Reflect, which let him send attacks back towards his enemies, but lost it when he stole New Order from Star and Stripe.
One of the strongest Quirks in the series that he wasn’t able to successfully keep. Even without All for One’s intellect, Shigaraki is a genius in his own right. He has outsmarted and or outmaneuvered every exceptional mind in the series. Shigaraki already has the power to destroy the world, and even then, at only 21 years old, like Deku, he still has the potential for even more growth. Shigaraki is the Strongest!
In conclusion, there are many powerful quirks in My Hero Academia, and determining the strongest one can be difficult as it often depends on how the quirk is used and the circumstances surrounding its use. However, some quirks, such as All For One and One For All, are particularly potent and versatile, with the ability to grant the user immense power and abilities.
Ultimately, the strength of a quirk is not the only factor that determines a hero’s success in the world of My Hero Academia. Courage, determination, and a strong sense of justice are also essential qualities that heroes must possess to protect and serve society.
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