Dabi’s relationship with Shoto is murky. The two are kept apart for a long time, and Dabi considers him to be his “little puppet” rather than his son. It is also revealed that Dabi had originally planned to kill Shoto during his hero career to ruin his father’s legacy. However, Dabi eventually abandoned this plan, which suggests that he does not necessarily hate Shoto.
If you’ve been watching My Hero Academia, you’ve probably heard about Dabi, the newest villain in the series. However, if you haven’t yet read the manga, you may want to skip this part because it contains spoilers. To start with, it’s important to know that Dabi’s real name is Toya Todoroki. He’s the son of Enji Todoroki, aka Pro Hero Endeavor. His birth came from this endeavor.
As the son of a fallen hero, Dabi’s powers are similar to those of his father, but the two are not the same. While Dabi has a powerful flame and an even stronger body, Toya has a quirk and is prone to public abuse. As a result, he’s often considered a failure by the hero community.
Toya was already training when his quirk first manifested. He was three or four years old when he mastered his first sword. He began training by himself in the mountains of Sekoto Peak, where he frequently burns himself. He’s also constantly trying to enhance his power and strength, and as a result he slowly starts to develop a white hair.
Like his father, Dabi had a similar appearance to Toya, and he had blue eyes. His father was a fire-quirk user, and he knew his full name. He also had a hairstyle similar to that of young Enji. However, he was also a fierce villain, and many wonder if he is really Toya Todoroki.
Toya Todoroki’s childhood was filled with turmoil. He wanted to learn from his father, but was stubborn in his ways. His father had repeatedly told him that he would one day surpass All Might. This drive was so strong that even Enji tried to prevent Toya from continuing his training. Despite this, Toya continued his training, burning himself. He never gave up on his dream.
Dabi’s remorse for killing the Pro Hero Snatch was not complete. He was also sympathetic to the loved ones of the victims. However, he did not feel such sympathy towards his own family. He even thought about killing them. This is the only way to keep Dabi from killing his own family. The infamous villain has a dark side that will haunt him forever.
His father’s strict teachings
Despite the logical reasoning behind Dabi’s rigid teachings, he still has trouble letting go of his own feelings. His father has raised him in a stifling environment where his needs are ignored. He also forces his wants on his children, ignoring their wishes. Touya died without being respected as an individual. This lack of respect for his body is part of his deep frustration with his father.
Dabi’s ire is a clear indication of his irrational and sadistic side. When he confronts his father or youngest brother, he reacts in a knee-jerk manner. Later, he will regret his actions. He also enjoys causing pain and gloats over other people’s misery. His strict teachings cause him to become intolerant towards those who do not share his beliefs.
His ability to produce blue flames
Dabi Mha’s blue flames can burn hotter than normal flames, reaching temperatures of three thousand degrees Fahrenheit. He uses this ability to enhance his attack power and speed. He can use his flames to shoot his opponents, but this ability does not actually make contact with his targets. This ability was used by Dabi to defeat Shoto Todoroki. However, he has a limited amount of these flames.
Dabi Mha has a fire-related quirk. His flames can burn entire forests and even burn large groups of people. In addition to burning down entire villages, Dabi can use his flames to hover in the air. Dabi’s flames are blue, which indicates that they are of a higher temperature than Hellflame. The flames also produce a more intense and dangerous flame, making Dabi an excellent target for the Endavor.
Dabi’s blue flames are based on his emotions, and he learned to unleash his fires while solo training. His flames became more powerful the more upset Toya became. He was able to escape by burning his training hideout. His flames helped him become the hero he is today. But, as he grew older, he began to question his very existence.
Dabi’s blue flames are his quirk. While his flames are blue, they are hotter than his red ones. A deep red fire burns at 600-800degC, which is around 1121-1800degF. A blue flame burns at approximately 1400-1650degC or about 2600-3000degF. Dabi’s flames are powerful, but he is susceptible to self-burning, so he must be cautious when using his ability.
Dabi’s Hellfire is stronger than Endeavor’s Hellfire, but his flames are also blue, a reflection of the colors of his mother’s ice. His flames are also stronger than his mother’s ice quirk, which gives him scars. Dabi has a similar flame ability to his father, but his flames are more powerful than his mother’s.
His goal to ruin his father’s career
Dabi’s goal is to destroy his father’s career so that he will be remembered as a villain. He’s not a villain by nature, but his father teaches him that he needs to be. Dabi was known as Toya when he was young, and his hair turned white as he grew up. He was shorter than his siblings, and had a similar build to Shoto. In addition to this, he was also ill-treated by his father and didn’t receive any extra attention from him.
Dabi’s relationship with Shoto is ambiguous, and they spent many years apart. Shoto, however, views Dabi as his father’s “little puppet.” Despite his dislike of Shoto, Dabi once planned to kill him during his father’s hero career. This plan was ultimately abandoned by Dabi, which suggests that he doesn’t hate Shoto.
Dabi Mha is a member of the Villain’s League, leading the Vanguard Action Squad, which attacks UA High School. His goals are similar to Stain’s, but he’s particularly interested in his son’s future. The fact that Dabi’s father is the father of Enji Todoroki is also significant, as it indicates that Dabi’s motives are selfish and he’s desperate to get his hands on the next hero.
Although Touya’s father is a hero, he’s still a villain who wants to end his own life. He wants to slander and hurt heroes. He also has an unhealthy obsession with children, which explains his hatred of Endeavor. And his obsession with revenge is also the reason why he is so obsessed with destroying his father’s career.
Dabi’s involvement in the Overhaul arc is very mysterious. At first, he seems to have nothing to do with the League, and instead is killing off villains, and he has no idea of Dabi’s goals. This conflict between two boys is what makes this arc so interesting. If you’re interested in discovering the origins of the Overhaul arc, I recommend reading the manga.