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In the anime we havent seen it yet, but later in the manga is revealed,

Dabi has ice powers just like Todoroki's

Since Dabi's fire is more powerful than Todoroki's , does this mean his second powers also more powerful than his?

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Dabi does not have any ice powers, he quirk is called Blueflame, here is wiki article for that :-

Blueflame (蒼そう炎えん Sōen?): Dabi's Quirk grants him the ability to generate and control highly destructive blue flames from his body. Originally orange and red, his Quirk turned blue after going through a growth sprout. He has very well-developed control of his flames and can project them far from himself and in large amounts. Furthermore, his flames possess greater firepower than his father, Endeavor's, Hellflame Quirk, and they become even stronger when Dabi feels strong emotions.[1] However, Dabi's body has a low tolerance for his flames due to inheriting his mother's resistance to freezing temperatures rather than his father's resistance to high heat, and he will get burned if he uses them for prolonged periods. It can also be very fatal if he increases the temperature to its highest.

After being defeated in his second battle against Shoto, Blueflame's power increased, resulting in it manifesting the ice from his mother's Quirk, Frost, within itself. This power-up is described as something "different" to a Quirk Awakening, a burst of power that emerged when he is on the verge of death in an effort to help him survive his intense burns.

He inherited the flame quirk from his father which is stronger than Enji, but he has low tolerance to flames which is weaker than Enji, he inherited that from his mother. He has higher tolerance to cold, but he does not have ice powers.

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  • I dont want to give spoilers but I have to because I have to point out the answer is wrong. Dabi has ice powers, it's later revealed in the manga. myheroacademia.fandom.com/wiki/Phosphor
    – Pablo
    Commented Jul 8 at 15:01

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