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According to Mangaupdates and the wikia, Boku no Hero Academia adapted up to Chapter 124 in Season 3. Therefore, Season 4 is expected to adapt the chapters after that, starting in Chapter 125.


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In Chapter 213, many difference between One for All and Stress are shown. Spoilers for the chapter: More differences may appear in the future, but these are differences that are known for now.


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First of all, there's the year that the glowing baby was born. There's no way of knowing what year it was, but since technology isn't that much more advanced than ours, and we're told it was halted by the appearance of quirks, we can safely assume that it was in the early-to-mid 21st century. Then there's the fact that we see snow in Japan, a near-equator ...


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No there is no relation from the amount of hands on the body to how powerful Shigaraki is. In the manga: Shigaraki loses the hands in a fight with the leader of the Liberation Army at the time, but is probably the strongest you can see Shigaraki up to this point in the manga. He actually isn't wearing any hands at some point in the fight but ...


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It hasn't been clearly stated in the manga but One for All is a stockpiling quirk that gains power from the current user and this power is transferred to the next when the quirk is transferred. With each transfer the power of the quirk increases which mean that when Nana gave All Might the quirk it wasn't as strong as when All Might gave it to Midoriya.


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Because he want actually visible yet for Eraserhead to actually see in order to use his quirk on him. When the villains started warping in, it was just a portal, not actually Kurogiri himself. He didn't show himself to the students and 13 until Eraserhead had already jumped down the stairs to take on the mob in the plaza. So Eraserhead probably wasn't even ...


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Personally, I think the only thing her quirk does in regards to "erasing" another person's quirk is to revert it to it's dormant state before it activated. I think that realistically after a maximum of 4 years the person's quirk will reactivate. Obviously we haven't seen enough time to pass to see this happen, but it makes the most sense to me.


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This is the one you're looking for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aYjvc72T50&list=PLwhhprTdWbG494QOyVrMaSpYRa9NjKf4s&index=28


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This is the one you're looking for https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwtMpGBBq9I&list=PLPaN6Wrl_xE09LFKm7Bwm1qeOZ-Kmgyz3&index=29


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