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My Hero Academia season 4 ends declared and post credits

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From some of the most thrilling scenes we’ve ever seen in MHA history to Eri’s beautiful smile, Season 4 has been a great ride indeed. Kudos to Studio Bones for another memorable season of one of the greatest shows of our time. As you’d expect, the end of the season drops some subtle clues as to what might be ahead. So later in this article, we’ll explain all of the final events of Season 4 in conjunction with the direction Season 5 could begin.

The Ending: The Nomu and Endeavor’s Grim Past

Overhaul served as Season 4’s overarching antagonist, but with him out of the way, it seemed like the season had already come to an end. But then Nomu returned in the final episode and this time All Might wasn’t there to beat it. Nomu is by far one of the strongest creatures the heroes have ever encountered as it is bio-engineered, has many quirks and also possesses rapid regenerative abilities. The reason Endeavor can’t kill it is that the creature’s regenerative abilities completely exceed the rate of destruction caused by Endeavor’s fiery attacks.

Eventually, with the help of Hawks’ feathers, he gains enough speed to send the Nomu into the air, and uses Plus Ultra Prominence Burn to finally burn down the beast’s insides, completely cutting off its ability to regenerate. With this, a flaming figure falls to the ground and when the smoke around it disappears, Endeavor can be seen standing with his fist up. While Endeavor’s character hasn’t undergone much development throughout the season, the last two episodes reveal a lot about his character and his relationship with his family. He’s finally the number one hero after All Might’s retirement, but he hates how the world still sees All Might as a symbol of peace.

When Endeavor struggled to defeat the Nomu, most people had already lost hope and wondered if the ‘symbol’ still exists at all. But his victory restores hope and makes all the other heroes realize that while All Might is no longer a hero like her, they can still bear his legacy and his symbol of peace. In dark times like these, instead of thinking about everything that has happened before, the heroes must work together to overcome everything that lies ahead. Like any other hero, Endeavor, who seems to have a stoic attitude, has a scarred past and many emotional barriers to overcome. But despite everything, he too will be able to prove that he is not only a great hero but also a great father.

Deku’s Dream, explained

In the closing moments of Season 4, Deku has this weird dream where he sees other One For All users. This dream likely suggests that Deku will not be able to inherit the quirks of all the previous heroes who owned One For All. If you look closely, you may even see that one of the heroes in Deku’s dream appears to be the brother of All For One, who was the first holder of One For All.

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The dream is a representation of how Deku now proves to be a worthy heir to One For All and will now be able to reach his full potential. Throughout the series, it has previously been established that the previous holders of One For All can interact with the whim’s descendant. So it is also a possibility that the previous holders of One For All have already foreseen what to expect and are only trying to warn Deku. That is why he wakes up from his dream completely disturbed.

Why wasn’t everything possible in Deku’s Dream?

One of the main reasons All Might didn’t appear in Deku’s dream is that, unlike any of the previous One For All users, he’s still alive. Technically, All Might still owns One For All, so he’s not yet an “ex-user” of it. All Might still has the ability to return to its muscle shape for a few short moments. This suggests that the whim is still with him, but that his body just can’t withstand the burden that comes with it.

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