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Old 2016-10-27, 08:30   Link #2261
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^yeah, i think that too, his mouth shouldnt be the deciding factor for him becoming a hero

anways, im still waiting for the translation, having todo fail now will only serve as fuel to make him stronger in the future
If i remember correctly, Aizawa said that there are 2 test in a June and September, so what time is it for them then ??? Todo would be fine if it's june since he only need 3months for a 2nd shot but if this test is the September one then he'd have to wait for next year
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Old 2016-10-27, 09:12   Link #2262
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^i really think they have june now,
dont japanese schools start in january or so?
considering all the things the students went through i would say june seems like a believable timespan
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Old 2016-10-27, 12:17   Link #2263
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^i really think they have june now,
dont japanese schools start in january or so?
April. And they got into the dorms in august.
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Old 2016-10-27, 13:35   Link #2264
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thanks, such details are usually forgotten, impressive remembering abiltys #rememberberries

anyway, that means that todo will be the only member in his class that doesnt have his license (or did others fail too?)
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Old 2016-10-27, 13:52   Link #2265
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Todoroki and Yoarashi relied too much on their powerful quirk which obviously make them lack in teamwork and how both of them still bring bound by their trauma.

Unlike Midoriya or even Bakugo who learn how to control his quirk so that it will not affect his allies even with his normal attitude combine with their unshakable resolve to become hero

I like author decision to failed both of them.. they could learn from their own mistake from now.
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Old 2016-10-27, 15:04   Link #2266
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]Todoroki and Yoarashi relied too much on their powerful quirk which obviously make them lack in teamwork [/B]and how both of them still bring bound by their trauma.

Unlike Midoriya or even Bakugo who learn how to control his quirk so that it will not affect his allies even with his normal attitude combine with their unshakable resolve to become hero

I like author decision to failed both of them.. they could learn from their own mistake from now.
Todoroki has extremely fine control of his abilities(his ice side more than his fire side) so I doubt it was that, he's never had a problem with friendly fire as of now, what screwed him up was probably the fact that he couldn't get along with Inasa and ended up needing to be rescued, that and probably something to do with him prioritizing fighting Orca instead of the civilians.

Yea I'm not really surprised that 1-A students failed I'm more surprised at the fact that it was Todoroki and Inasa, looks like the next arc is gonna focus on him. Hopefully the author doesn't sell out and make him go full Sasuke, that never end well.
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Old 2016-10-27, 15:09   Link #2267
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Hopefully the author doesn't sell out and make him go full Sasuke, that never end well.

Eh, I doubt that. He could have easily did that with Bakugou (and maybe even Iida to a certain extent) in past arcs, but he didn't. I see no reason why he'd suddenly start with Todoroki. Guy definitely has some heavy introspection to go through though, that's for certain.
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Old 2016-10-27, 15:48   Link #2268
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Todoroki has extremely fine control of his abilities(his ice side more than his fire side) so I doubt it was that, he's never had a problem with friendly fire as of now, what screwed him up was probably the fact that he couldn't get along with Inasa and ended up needing to be rescued, that and probably something to do with him prioritizing fighting Orca instead of the civilians.

Yea I'm not really surprised that 1-A students failed I'm more surprised at the fact that it was Todoroki and Inasa, looks like the next arc is gonna focus on him. Hopefully the author doesn't sell out and make him go full Sasuke, that never end well.
Hmm that could be the case... Todoroki continue to ignore the existence of Yoarashi
because of his attitude toward him and Yoarashi refuse to acknowledge Todoroki's eye
end up make them failed
but I'm sure that their fight against Orca is considered to be a wise decision according to Exam Staff
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Old 2016-10-27, 16:58   Link #2269
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Glad they went the route of having both aces fail. I suspected they wouldn't do it, glad i was wrong. Though what i am wondering about is the rest of the class. Not sure how i feel with todo being the only one who failed, i might prefer to see more of them needing to catch up aswell (kinda like how some failed the exam before the camping trip)...

Also, one little additional question comes to mind... Whatever did happen to Kemi who just disappeared at the start

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Hmm that could be the case... Todoroki continue to ignore the existence of Yoarashi
because of his attitude toward him and Yoarashi refuse to acknowledge Todoroki's eye
end up make them failed
but I'm sure that their fight against Orca is considered to be a wise decision according to Exam Staff
The exam staff seemed to think as much. When the two of them went up against the "villians" they thought it was a wise choice since the two of them both have quirks that are good at mass suppression. With Ice todoroki can immobilize multiple enemies and with fire he can spread the flames enough to keep them all at bay. For Inasa, we saw how easily he was able to handle multiple opponents during the first round of the exam. And heck given ocra's weakness to drying out, that villain attack was practically made for them. All the more reason to be disappointed in their performance

While rescuing civilians was indeed an important part of the exam, the villian attack is NOT something the heroes should have ignored to focus on their rescues. The villains threaten those civilians, so its only makes sense that when you have many heroes that you allow some heroes to focus on rescues, while more combat focused heroes suppress the attack
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Old 2016-10-27, 21:51   Link #2270
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I'm not surprised and don't necessarily disagree with the choice to have Todoroki fail. But I'm not fully behind it. Would have preferred it if what happened was more his fault. But frankly I put 90% of the fault on that on the other guy. Constant harassment and refusing to even ignore Todoroki in order to get the job done. True Todoroki did play a part in that and thus why I'm not surprised he failed. There are going to be idiots out there that cause that level of harassment. Has to be able to ignore those people and focus on the job.

If nothing else this makes things more difficult going forward. Todoroki is one of their most useful members and his inability to get involved in situations will increase the hurdle on others.

No surprise on Midoriya passing. He did a good job throughout.

I am a bit surprised at so few tests. I thought there'd be at least 3-4 of them.
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Old 2016-10-27, 23:34   Link #2271
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I'm pleasantly surprised that the author went through with it. I don't completely feel that Todoroki should have failed, but it makes sense and he can grow from this.
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Old 2016-10-28, 00:02   Link #2272
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You know, it doesn't actually say that Todoroki failed. It implies it sure, but he could just as easily be depressed because he passed while Yoarashi failed.
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Old 2016-10-28, 00:53   Link #2273
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seen the actual chapter just now, TBH, chance for todoroki are still up in the air, though it is implied that the chance of failing is higher. CHance are up for grab but i think chance of Todoroki passing is higher than failing, since like Anh_minh said that they moved to the dorm in August then this is the last test of the year,
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Old 2016-10-28, 02:56   Link #2274
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I'm not surprised and don't necessarily disagree with the choice to have Todoroki fail. But I'm not fully behind it. Would have preferred it if what happened was more his fault. But frankly I put 90% of the fault on that on the other guy. Constant harassment and refusing to even ignore Todoroki in order to get the job done. True Todoroki did play a part in that and thus why I'm not surprised he failed. There are going to be idiots out there that cause that level of harassment. Has to be able to ignore those people and focus on the job.

If nothing else this makes things more difficult going forward. Todoroki is one of their most useful members and his inability to get involved in situations will increase the hurdle on others.

No surprise on Midoriya passing. He did a good job throughout.

I am a bit surprised at so few tests. I thought there'd be at least 3-4 of them.
They're both (Todoriki & Yoarashi) equally responsible from an objective standpoint. Todoriki acted obnoxious, Yoarashi did too, neither thought about actually working together until they were called idiots AND they both picked a fight with each other in the middle of a battlefield. In other words, if this was a real-world scenario, they'd probably be dead, or at least properly injured.

As for the number of tests, they went from over 600 (if not over 1,000) to 100 in one combat test, and then tested their abilities in teamwork, rescue & safety. In other words, there weren't more tests because more weren't needed.

Oh, and, one thing I am surprised about. Despite us not really seeing him do anything, Mineta passed. We can see it when we see Deku's name on the board.
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Old 2016-10-28, 03:02   Link #2275
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I'm not surprised and don't necessarily disagree with the choice to have Todoroki fail. But I'm not fully behind it. Would have preferred it if what happened was more his fault. But frankly I put 90% of the fault on that on the other guy. Constant harassment and refusing to even ignore Todoroki in order to get the job done. True Todoroki did play a part in that and thus why I'm not surprised he failed. There are going to be idiots out there that cause that level of harassment. Has to be able to ignore those people and focus on the job.
As they say, it takes two to fight. It really doesn't matter if Inasa was much more at fault. Dealing with distractions should be basic. A hero can't allow someone to get under his skin like that and should remain focused on the task at hand. Todo could not do that. Villians aren't gonna play nice, they will sometimes get under your skin aswell. What's more is how he insisted on keeping up with his flame attacks when he knew the wind would make them ineffective and that almost led to disastrous results. Todo basically handled that situation horribly. This entire test was in large part about testing heroes under pressure ad in a chaotic environment and todo failed in that regard
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Old 2016-10-28, 04:20   Link #2276
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Oh, and, one thing I am surprised about. Despite us not really seeing him do anything, Mineta passed. We can see it when we see Deku's name on the board.
as long as the hero saved and helped whereever he was could im sure he will pass this test, i dont even think the usage of a quirk is needed (it actually isnt needed in any of this two tests, theoretically you could pass this test without using a quirk at all)....

it doesnt seem like they expect impressive feats for the students to pass, they simply dont need to make mistakes

EDIT: i only realised this now but it seems like from the 100 students only 89 managed to pass, that means 11 failed i first thought all of them passed except for todo and inasa

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Old 2016-10-28, 04:54   Link #2277
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Huh, I'm glad Todoroki and Inasa actually failed. Glad Deku passed, he did really good, prioritizing well and being on the move constantly. I'm curious to see what will come next, and whether Todoroki will be banned from advanced training or something like that. As long as its not another fakeout like that time about "fail exams, don't go to camp", but Aizawa's already used that "joke" several times.

Inasa definitely messed up, but Todoroki probably lost points for losing focus and using fire with Inasa's wind around, then not having another plan after the fire tornado wore off. That's still pretty impressive, but its nice to see Todoroki held back for once. He'll catch up quickly, but I'm curious to see how his subplot will advance. He's changed but he's still not that friendly or cooperative, and Endeavour's definitely in a bad mood too after All Might's retirement.

Too bad Bakugo couldn't join in on beating the villains, he would have loved that.
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Old 2016-10-28, 07:02   Link #2278
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Honestly, to a certain degree, I suspect that those that failed MIGHT end up leaving class 1A for those who were in class 1B who passed. Or, at very least, it'll be established that they're the most likely candidates to be swapped out at end of year, especially if they don't pass the next one, since there are 2 tests a year.

As for teaching, it's unlikely that they'll miss out on anything significant. School training they'll all remain, and the "apprenticeship" thing happened even before these Provisional Licences came into play for the story, so neither of them are going to be an issue. The problem is possible school-based real world practical sessions, but I'm fairly certain that most of the students, particularly the students in the First Year classes, weren't expected to pass in their entirety. And how much of 1A probably did pass is likely to be above estimates as well.
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Old 2016-10-28, 10:14   Link #2279
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Interesting. I thought the two of them putting aside their differences and combining their powers to stall Orca would allow them to pass, but given that the system was based around deducting points, they had probably already failed by this point.

Wonder what's going to happen to Todoroki now.
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Old 2016-10-28, 10:18   Link #2280
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Do you think maybe we all jumped to conclusion too fast? Maybe Todoroki doesn't get failed...
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