Toshinori Yagi Husbando

Toshinori Yagi
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June 10th
220.00 cm
255.00 kg
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Toshinori Yagi, also known as All Might, is the former No. 1 Pro Hero who bore the title of the world's Symbol of Peace. He teaches Foundational Hero Studies at U.A. High School. All Might was the eighth holder of the One For All Quirk after receiving it from Nana Shimura. He has since passed the torch onto Izuku Midoriya, whom he is training to be his successor. After using up all the embers of One For All to defeat All For One, All Might retired and ended his era as the world's greatest hero. In his empowered form, Toshinori is a massive man with an equally muscular and well-defined physique, his design resembling a typical Western comic book superhero. He has chiseled features on his face with a strong jawline, pronounced cheekbones, and bushy eyebrows. He has short blond hair, swept backward, with two distinct tufts sticking above his head, leaning slightly to each side. His robust features regularly cast a dark shadow over his face, hiding everything but his bright blue eyes. Toshinori's Golden Age hero costume consisted of a skin-tight blue bodysuit decorated with a red symbol that somewhat resembles a "Y", designed with a white diamond at its center, with white lines connected to it that trace from his chest to his back shoulders; the lines trimmed with the aforementioned red symbol. The symbol appeared to have wings on the side that ran from atop his torso before ending around his back, over which a similar red and white design was absent of the white diamond. Large white patches lined with red covered each side of his hips before ending at his lower thighs, and he wore a gold belt with a silver buckle with red eyes. His forearm sleeves were colored in gold; each had white lines covered in blue accents over his wrists, spiked fins on the sides of his arms, and his feet were covered in shin-length gold boots trimmed with white and red accents. In his true form, after sustaining permanent damage from All For One, Toshinori's declining health reduced him to a very skinny man with sharp, angular features and long limbs, his neck extended and his eyebrows absent. His hair is wavy, with two long strands coming down from his hairline and framing his face. He possesses a large scar covering most of the left side of his chest, having lost his stomach and some of his lungs' respiratory system. It is common for him to spout blood from his mouth when excited or surprised. He typically wears baggy clothing to accommodate the change in body mass between forms, but after Toshinori's tenure as a hero, he starts wearing clothes that fit him in his regular form, as he no longer needs big clothes that fit his muscle form. In his early career, Toshinori was a lean but fit young man with the same hairstyle as his true form. In his empowered state, his facial features were noticeably softer. In both his normal and empowered form, Toshinori did not have shadowed eyes on his face, fully showing his white sclerae while retaining the deep blue irises of his eyes, possibly showing how he was not a shell of his former self. During his final confrontation with All For One in the Final War, Toshinori dons a high-tech suit of armor dubbed the "Armored All Might" from his car, Hercules. The mechanical suit resembles his old hero costume and comprises several robotic pieces that can be detached and applied. It covers Toshinori's entire body, exposing only his mouth so he can still show his iconic smile. Throughout the battle, Toshinori's legs are crushed, and the suit is destroyed. All Might's hero persona appears to be derived from comic book superhero stereotypes: exuberant and filled with dramatic flair. He always protects and saves innocent people with a huge smile. The habit of smiling was ingrained in him by his mentor, Nana Shimura, who believed that the ones who smile are the ones who are the strongest. Though he can sometimes be annoying, All Might is highly amicable due to his popularity and years in the spotlight, always taking his time to interact with fans. Once All Might reverts to his true form, he becomes reserved and solemn, avoiding attention in direct contrast to the grandiosity of his hero identity. While he's an optimist, he still ensures his goals are grounded in reality. When a Quirkless Izuku tells him about his goal of becoming a hero, All Might commends him for having a dream but reminds him to stay realistic and suggests he enter another profession that helps people. He considered the harsh words necessary to save the boy from long-term frustration. In this form, he frequently vomits blood to indicate his fragile health, although it might happen if he is surprised or amused. Regardless of which form All Might is currently taking, two personality traits always present in him are his optimism and oafishness. Since his youth, All Might had always carried a single yet burdensome goal: to become a pillar of hope that people could always rely upon during harsh times. After obtaining One For All from Nana, All Might became a hero and a legend, thanks to his seemingly endless competency and charisma. No matter who or what he faced, All Might would stand up triumphantly every time, one battle after another, inspiring the world and sending fear to the hearts of villains everywhere. All Might has a chronic ability to save as many people as possible, a trait shared with his successor. He exhausted himself and fell behind on his other hero duties, such as filing paperwork. Though he was embarrassed by it, he still gratefully accepted the offer of Sir Nighteye and (later) Naomasa Tsukauchi to file his reports. After his fight against All For One, he considered it necessary to keep his weakened state hidden from the public for the sake of keeping up morale. Unfortunately for All Might, injuries inflicted on his body were starting to take a toll on him. Despite the concern and warnings from some of his close associates, All Might's determination to preserve society from evil prevented him from relinquishing his role as the Symbol of Peace. His smile, a gesture that served to calm others, started becoming more of a way for All Might to hide his fears and insecurities from the general population. As time passed, All Might began to forget some of the basic principles of heroism until Izuku, in a brave attempt to save Katsuki Bakugo from the Sludge Villain's attack despite being Quirkless, rekindled his heroic spirit and taught him that something can always be done to fight injustice. Above all else, he considers self-sacrifice the most noble action, coming in many forms for All Might, such as physically on the battlefield and mentally, sacrificing so much of his time that he barely has a private life. He believes in this core value so much that he dropped Sir Nighteye's preparations for a successor on a whim after witnessing Izuku's single act of selflessness to save Katsuki. This selflessness has aided All Might well to become a symbol, as civilians trust his words, "Do not fear", truly knowing he won't hesitate to save them. The dismissal of his safety eventually caught up to him, causing issues with his work and personal life. As a U.A. Teacher, he couldn't help but be distracted assisting people on his morning commute, shortening his time with his students. It also estranged All Might from Sir Nighteye, who disagreed on whether he should avoid his prophesied death or continue hero work. All Might attempted to ignore his prophesied death, keeping it secret from Izuku for a long time. At Inko Midoriya's request, he gained a new resolve to avoid it entirely; he found a more excellent value in his own life, knowing Izuku needed him as a mentor, not just a savior. Izuku has compared All Might's personality to their mentor Gran Torino since both play dumb quite often. All Might is far more intelligent and perceptive than his campy image would suggest. He has a tactical mind regarding battle strategies and public speaking. Assessing a villain's threat level, All Might skillfully applies the necessary force and avoids injuries when possible. If he's in control, he even makes dramatic performances out of their defeats as examples to other villains. His presence alone decreased Japan's crime rate by 3%. He's aware of villain tactics, such as monologuing, and actively ignores them. Only the most manipulative of villains, like All For One, can bring out rare instances of anger in All Might, such as catching him off guard and giving him a mortal injury, as well as mocking his late master, Nana, causing All Might to rise in anger, saying that he would destroy All For One's wicked ambitions and bitterly stating that the villain would die in prison. Despite his battle intelligence, his incredible powers and fame make him dissociated from others' capabilities, and Gran Torino asserted this made him ill-suited to teaching. Sometimes, All Might underestimates his students and is outsmarted as a result. Lacking teaching experience, he required a script to convey his first lesson to Class 1-A. He is reprimanded occasionally by his fellow teacher, Eraser Head, for being sometimes unavailable for his teaching duties. However, All Might bringing his typical attitude into his teaching can be beneficial, creating an energetic and motivating environment. While his U.A. coworkers respect him as a Pro Hero, they can get frustrated with his presence's conflict with the school, such as attracting journalists. He has also faced criticism from the media for attracting villains to U.A. For Izuku especially, All Might has a habit of projecting himself onto his protégé and overestimating his limits. While All Might grew accustomed to being able to use One For All at 100% instantly, Izuku received grave injuries when he did so. After receiving multiple scoldings from Recovery Girl for encouraging Izuku's self-destructive behavior, they both realized that the boy needed to be his own hero and develop at his own pace. This self-identity is reflected when All Might told Endeavor, after the latter took his place as the Number 1 Pro Hero, to figure out what kind of symbol he wanted to be. While All Might wishes to inspire others, he is not self-righteous and sees the value of different ideologies. He also respects other professions outside of heroes, such as the Police Force, while others tend to underappreciate them. All Might always prioritize the lives of others over his own, considering them his responsibility. Still, All Might is deeply aware that saving everybody in the world is an impossible task, which is why he sought to become a symbol who could inspire others to take action as well. While All Might is seen smiling, laughing, and being cheerful most of the time, he is highly protective of his students, showing a rare instance of rage if they're in danger. All Might is willing to go above his limits for their safety, alleviating their worries through his trademark smile. Even after his retirement, he remains ready to support the Heroes during major operations such as Mission: Humarise and the Final War. Despite having the best intentions of becoming a symbol that everyone could rely on, All Might's debut and tremendous rise in the world of Heroes also led to unintended consequences; as a result of his immense power, society began to over-rely on both him and other Heroes in general, to the extent where they would become downright ignorant in thinking that a Hero would always appear on the scene and rectify any situation, becoming more like bystanders and spectators in the process. Unfortunately, this was the very opposite of what he wanted to inspire in people, and would also be the primary catalyst of his mentor's grandson becoming a villain when no one turned to help him, causing him to be found by All For One. In other extreme cases, Endeavor would go to horrible lengths to surpass All Might, such as creating his son, Shoto, and brutally training him from a young age to have him surpass All Might as his father's successor. Furthermore, fanatics such as Stain believed that All Might was the true example of what every hero should be and killed those the Hero Killer believed were unworthy and did not meet his standards. Another negative aspect of All Might's drive to be the Symbol of Peace is that he tends to have a self-deprecating view of himself, not seeing himself as the paragon most people view him as, but instead feeling the full brunt of his responsibilities (though he can at times be humorously self-absorbed, such as having a ringtone and email notification of his own voice). Following the injuries given to him by All For One, which limited his muscle form to only a few hours a day, All Might was aware that he wasn't the powerful hero he once was in his prime, but still put on a brave face to fight villains and put the public at ease, knowing that he couldn't continue being the Symbol of Peace forever, a problem that even All Might couldn't outrun. Due to the stresses of acting like the ideal hero while fearing being found out in his hero persona, he seems to have developed a minor case of imposter syndrome. As a result of this and his selfless nature, All Might has a habit of placing burdens on himself and being very self-critical. When Izuku left him behind to deal with All For One's forces and began distancing himself from everyone in fear for their well-being, All Might fell into harsh dejection, chiding his now-retired self for being unable to help and feeling as though he was only dragging everyone down in his now powerless state. It would take Stain, of all people, to show All Might that there are still civilians and heroes who recognize the heroic legacy he left behind and will continue fighting for what's right, even in the face of hopelessness. All Might has a fatherly attitude towards his students (his successor Izuku, in particular) and takes pride in helping their development as future heroes, being quick to give encouraging advice and celebrate their accomplishments, but he's also not afraid of pushing them further, even if he ends up going a bit too far. All Might has the habit of adding "young" to the surname of his students whenever he is speaking out loud or thinking to himself (ex. "Young Midoriya"). However, he is the most ruthless of all the teachers during the Final Exams Arc. Like his hero persona, All Might can put on a theatrical villain one, doing it to bring out the full potential of others with rough love. His sheer intimidation alone was, according to Izuku, similar to that of Stain. When Katsuki stated that he'd rather lose than seek Izuku's assistance, All Might was more than willing to force Katsuki to lose. He also punched Katsuki hard enough for him to vomit, showing he will not hold back and is ready to injure his students if that means they'll pass the exams properly. All Might would even go as far as to crack Izuku's back and crush them both under his boot (all of which earned him a severe scolding by Recovery Girl). He later admitted that while he cares a lot about saving people (like Izuku), he also cares a lot about winning (like Katsuki).

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