Who is todorokie?
Shoto Todoroki is the tritagonist of the anime and manga franchise, My Hero Academia. Shoto is a student at U.A. High School training to become a Pro Hero and wields the power of Flame and Ice with his quirk, Half-Cold Half-Hot. In the anime, he is voiced by Daiki Hamano in Japanese and Ben Diskin in English. His hero name “Endeavor” was never given the reasons of why it was chosen are unknown.
Who is Shoto Todoroki?
Shoto Todoroki is a character from the My Hero Academia anime and manga. He is a student of U.A. High School’s class 1-A and also has the quirk Half-Cold Half-Hot, which lets him create ice from one hand and fire from the other simultaneously. Shoto is often seen as cold due to his outward personality but deep down, he still loves his mother Fuyumi Todoroki dearly.
In the free webtoon Boku no Hero Academia DA!BRUGOUACHA shoto’s mother Fuyumi is a main protagonist in a series of flash fiction shorts where she goes around the city solving problems with her flying squid son
What are some of his powers and abilities?
Todoroki can control ice and fire. He’s powerful enough to freeze Tokoyami and Denki who were both able to use Quirk to raise their body temperature.
What is the significance of the number ‘2’ in relation to him?
The number 2 often shows up on his post titles because of its representation in some cultures as being the complete opposite of the number 1. This means that he is different from others, being so genuine and brave to stand out, especially on topics considered taboo or too ordinary without acknowledging people who oppose him.
Who is his family and friends?
Who is his family? There are little to no trustworthy records on Todoroki outside of himself saying that he has a brother and sister. And out of Japan. Who are his friends? The public knows nearly nothing about Todoroki’s personal life other than what is displayed through media. This is why Izuku still ranks above him despite being younger than him in terms of character. This is why the public thinks Todor oki is a much stronger character. Not because it’s what the story shows, but why not? This is stupid characterization.