Is Mark really gonna leave NCT Dream?
Will Jaemin and Ten have a comeback?
Is Hansol still with SM?
When will the next unit debut?
Will Johnny/Winwin/Jeno/Yuta/Jisung ever get lines?
How many members will nct have?
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God Anon, you don’t know how much I hope that he will still have his quirk. Whether it’s because the Eight Precepts are “self-educated and have these crappy facilities” when they made the finalized drug or because of some other loophole, I’m hoping. We’ve seen how much time and effort he’s put into making that quirk his own, an extension of himself instead of a detriment, and the idea that he could lose all of that is devastating.
I think the important thing is that, even then, he won’t give up. Sure it’d suck if all those years he spent trying to master his quirk ended in him having his quirk destroyed, but…. he wouldn’t give up. He values the idea of saving people too much, and even if he no longer has a quirk to help him he’s still himself. I think that him being quirkless but still doing his best to save people would present a fantastic narrative, as well as a foil to Izuku
A huge theme of bnha (that has been especially explored lately) is the whole question of hero ideology, and the basis of heroes. We’ve seen this from characters like All Might, Endeavor, Stain, All for One, Nana - the general popularized idea of a “Pro Hero” is being contested against what it truly means to save a person. What is good, what is bad, what’s important. Quirks are huge, but so are ideals.
Ultimately I don’t really know if this will go in the direction of Mirio permanently losing his quirk or somehow managing to escape that fate, but no matter what happens:
Western name order: Minamitsu Murasa The confusion arises from her theme name (Captain Murasa). In this case, ‘Murasa’ is the surname, and ‘Minamitsu’ is the given name.
Western name order: Eiki Shiki ‘Shikieiki Yamaxanadu’ is a mistranslation. In Japanese name order, her name is ‘Shiki Eiki Yamaxanadu’, Shiki being the surname, Eiki being the given name. ‘Yamaxanadu’, meaning ‘Yama of Xanadu’ or ‘Yama of Paradise’, is a title. Therefore, in Western name order, she is Eiki Shiki (or Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu, if you want to include the title).
Cirno’s name in Japanese is チルノ (Chiruno). ‘Cirno’ was the romanized spelling given for her name, although it is a poor romanization that doesn’t convey the meaning or pronunciation of the name very well, leading to the incorrect ‘serno’. Her name actually comes from the word ‘chill’ (チル, chiru), as she is an ice fairy, and all other named fairies have English-based names. ‘Chiruno’ is therefore the only ‘correct’ way to say her name, although ‘Chirno’ would probably be the next truest pronunciation.
The ‘wi’ (ゐ) in Tewi is an archaic character no longer used in modern Japanese - the intent of this is to show that Tewi is so old, her name has letters that don’t even exist anymore. It is now pronounced the same as ‘i’, so her name is pronounced ‘Tei’. Another example of this is the ‘wi’ in Tenshi Hinanawi- her surname is pronounced ‘Hinanai’.
Western name order: Meiling Hong. Meiling is the given name, Hong is the surname. I have no idea why English translations make her the only character with eastern name order. Something to do with Chinese?
Reisen Udongein Inaba was originally called Reisen (レイセン) in katakana, when she was the Watatsuki sisters’ pet. Eirin gave her a new name in kanji, but still pronounced Reisen (鈴仙), when she fled to Earth.
The second Reisen, appearing in Silent Sinner in Blue, was renamed Reisen (レイセン) in katakana, in memory of the original Reisen. This is easy to distinguish for Japanese fans -
‘鈴仙’ looks very different from ‘レイセン‘. To distinguish their names in English, manga Reisen is usually spelled ‘Rei’sen’ or called ‘Reisen II’, but these are unofficial.
She had another name before this, although it isn’t ever stated.
Eternity Larva. ‘Etarnity’ and ‘Etanity’ were typos in the HSiFS demo, fixed in the full version.