Don't you think deku is too kind?

Kaname
Gotei

(12-27-2018, 07:06 PM)Sase Wrote: If you carefully watched this anime, there was a scene where Deku would ask All Might about him not able to save people who are far from his reach. All might would say, ''That's why I save as many as I can within my reach with a smile on my face". Midoriya really admires All might in a way, his ideals are that of All Might.

In this case, even if it is just one life, saving without second thought selflessly would be the option Midoriya would choose cause then he would regret like, 'Heck, I can't even save one life. How can I call myself a hero'. He is guilty conscious too much and hence to him, not saving a life is equal to death.

All I am saying is he should value his life too man.
It would be too late if he die

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Star_Of_Hope
Akatsuki

Well, that is how the world works.
If he hero wouldn't give it his all, nothing would go right.

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Demon_skeith
Gotei

(12-27-2018, 03:18 AM)Nameless Wrote: I always got the feeling that he is too kind.
If someone asks him to die so that others can survive, he would do it.


pretty much him and ever other shonen jump main character. Though I do agree he can't say no.

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Blackangel
Yamainu

if you think about is again, you will know that a selfish hero isn't what a world needs.
he can save people later but he would never be a hero

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Demon_skeith
Gotei

(12-30-2018, 04:03 PM)Angel Wrote: if you think about is again, you will know that a selfish hero isn't what a world needs.
he can save people later but he would never be a hero


kind of the whole character background for Stain.

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Kaynil
Zweilt

The thing that Midoriya has, on top of other characters from other anime that are emotional, noble and so willing to risk their lives, is that he actually will try to figure out a way to help both rather than just resign without giving a fight. He will try his darn best to turn things around. 

The first episode, where he did it by impulse when he was quirk-less is the starting point of his character. Now I can understand the 1-1 math, the risk and reward but the point in that episode is that is precisely the way other people think of the situation. As All-Might was reminded by seeing Midoriya running as soon as he saw someone he cared about in grave danger, the heroes put their lives on the line for others, that is part of the Hero. All-Might himself was using self-preservation until he realised he had to act on what he was preaching. 

There's nothing wrong in knowing your limits and retreat if you can't do anything and fortunately, as the seasons roll we can see the characters learn that. There is one of the later seasons where if Midoriya was like in that episode he'd marched right into his death, but instead, he kept with his friends until they could come with a proper plan. There is another scene I can recall where he realized that by going all out to save one person he found himself unable to be of use to help another, learning a hard lesson on pacing and to think one step ahead in case the last strategy doesn't work.

So, I'd say he is doing fine. He is very empathetic but he can kick and punch as the situation requires.

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Star_Of_Hope
Akatsuki

(01-20-2019, 05:12 PM)Kaynil Wrote: The thing that Midoriya has, on top of other characters from other anime that are emotional, noble and so willing to risk their lives, is that he actually will try to figure out a way to help both rather than just resign without giving a fight. He will try his darn best to turn things around. 

The first episode, where he did it by impulse when he was quirk-less is the starting point of his character. Now I can understand the 1-1 math, the risk and reward but the point in that episode is that is precisely the way other people think of the situation. As All-Might was reminded by seeing Midoriya running as soon as he saw someone he cared about in grave danger, the heroes put their lives on the line for others, that is part of the Hero. All-Might himself was using self-preservation until he realised he had to act on what he was preaching. 

There's nothing wrong in knowing your limits and retreat if you can't do anything and fortunately, as the seasons roll we can see the characters learn that. There is one of the later seasons where if Midoriya was like in that episode he'd marched right into his death, but instead, he kept with his friends until they could come with a proper plan. There is another scene I can recall where he realized that by going all out to save one person he found himself unable to be of use to help another, learning a hard lesson on pacing and to think one step ahead in case the last strategy doesn't work.

So, I'd say he is doing fine. He is very empathetic but he can kick and punch as the situation requires.


That's quite a through analysis, Kaynil.
I do agree that he will be fine, no matter what situation he is in.

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Kaname
Gotei

(01-20-2019, 05:12 PM)Kaynil Wrote: The thing that Midoriya has, on top of other characters from other anime that are emotional, noble and so willing to risk their lives, is that he actually will try to figure out a way to help both rather than just resign without giving a fight. He will try his darn best to turn things around. 

The first episode, where he did it by impulse when he was quirk-less is the starting point of his character. Now I can understand the 1-1 math, the risk and reward but the point in that episode is that is precisely the way other people think of the situation. As All-Might was reminded by seeing Midoriya running as soon as he saw someone he cared about in grave danger, the heroes put their lives on the line for others, that is part of the Hero. All-Might himself was using self-preservation until he realised he had to act on what he was preaching. 

There's nothing wrong in knowing your limits and retreat if you can't do anything and fortunately, as the seasons roll we can see the characters learn that. There is one of the later seasons where if Midoriya was like in that episode he'd marched right into his death, but instead, he kept with his friends until they could come with a proper plan. There is another scene I can recall where he realized that by going all out to save one person he found himself unable to be of use to help another, learning a hard lesson on pacing and to think one step ahead in case the last strategy doesn't work.

So, I'd say he is doing fine. He is very empathetic but he can kick and punch as the situation requires.

He shouldn't be so kind. I am not thinking of kaneki, but he could abandon people who doesn't worth saving.
I wouldn't save people like that

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