A non-canon role playing forum based on the universe of the manga and anime My Hero Academia (or Boku no Hero Academia) by Kohei Horikoshi.


The Front Office

   
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Announcements

AnnouncementsCheck in here for any announcements and updates pertaining to the forum and events.

Event Notices

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Regulations

RegulationsContained in this forum are all the general rules of the site from posting rules to chatbox rules.

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RP Rules

RP RulesYou can find all the rules and systems for the RP listed here. Be sure to read up before asking questions.

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Orientation

OrientationNew to the site? Need a quick rundown on what to do and how to get started? Come here for a newbie guide that shows you exactly how to stop being a quirkless wannabe!

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Intros & Farewells

Intros & FarewellsIf you're new then come say hello here! If you're leaving or taking a break then we'll miss you, but let us know about it here as well.

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Suggestions

SuggestionsIf you have an idea for how to improve the site then go ahead and post it here! Our staff are fair and will hear you out. Who knows? Your suggestion may get implemented!

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The Library

   
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Character Creation

Character CreationCreate your characters here! You can find helpful templates and rules to guide you along at the top of the forum.


Approved Heroes, Approved Villains, Other Approved Characters, UA Faculty Applications, LoV Mentor Applications

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Quirk Registration

Quirk RegistrationCreate your character's quirk (their superpower) here! You can find helpful templates and guides at the top.


Approved Quirks

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NPC Creation

NPC CreationHave an NPC for your character's story? Or maybe you bought a pet, companion, or sidekick? Post their profiles here for approval.

Approved NPCs

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The Quartermaster

The QuartermasterRegister and purchase all custom equipment here. This can range from costumes to gadgets to weapons and beyond! You can also find a shop with pre-made items here.

Approved Items, The Hero Shop, The Villain Shop, The Neutral Shop

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Halls of Legacy

Halls of LegacyKeep your very own character's biography up to date here! This includes their history, quirk(s), threads, relationships, skills, items, theme music, and anything else you wish to put in there about your character.

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The Black Market

The Black MarketIn the seedy back alleys of the world you will find dirty dealings and trades in abundance. Enter, if you dare. The goods are rare and wondrous, but there is always a special price.

The Swap Meet, The VIP Shop

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The Bounty Office

The Bounty OfficeHave a grievance with another character? Is a villain terrorizing your hometown and you can't take them down alone? Put a price on their head! Dead or alive.
NOTE: OOC bounties will not be approved. These are character-motivated ONLY.

Approved Hero Bounties, Approved Villain Bounties

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Asia and The Middle East

   
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U.A. High - Asia (Tokyo)

U.A. High - Asia (Tokyo)The Asian branch of U.A. High is situated in the heart of Japan. Massive and more akin to a university, but still very much a Japanese high school in appearance. It takes students from all over the world, but mostly from Asia and the Middle East.

Classrooms, Sports Field, Lunch Rush Cafeteria, Sports Festival Stadium, Replica City-District, Unforeseen Simulation Joint Facility

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Conservatory of Evil - Asia (Beijing)

Conservatory of Evil - Asia (Beijing)The secret underground (literally) facility built for the training of the future generation of villainy. Situated in the heart of Beijing, it hides in plain sight with secret entrances at various establishments across the city. Safeguards are in place to hide the existence of the campus from anyone not approved to enter.

Classhalls, Recreation Hall, Cantina, Hall of Battle, Urban Training Hall, Field Training Hall

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Japan

JapanA small island nation in Southeast Asia. Home to the Asian U.A. Branch and many of the world's finest heroes.


Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Yokohama

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China

ChinaThe largest country in Asia, second largest country in the world, and the world's most populated nation. The country is mostly small villages and towns dispersed around its diverse topography with a few large cities of note.

Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hong Kong

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South Korea

South KoreaA smaller nation on the very eastern edge of mainland Asia. Known for its highly material culture and perplexing young generation.

Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Incheon

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India

IndiaThe second largest Asian nation with a rich and ancient history. The society still runs on an outdated caste system, but that doesn't keep its people from doing great things.

Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata

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Asia Proper

Asia ProperThe rest of Asia not specifically mentioned in the above larger nations.




Southern Asia, Central Asia, Asian Islands

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Saudi Arabia

Saudi ArabiaA large nation in the Middle East that comprises most of the Arabian Peninsula. Known as the birthplace of Islam, it holds two of the world's largest mosques -- one being the Masjid al-Haram, the destination of the holy pilgrimage to Mecca.

Riyadh, Jeddah, Mecca, Medina

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Egypt

EgyptA land of ancient history, littered with monuments and tombs thousands of years old. However, modern Egypt is surprisingly urban these days, its major cities rivaling other metropolises. Egypt is unique in that it's considered equally part of both the Middle East and Africa.

Cairo, Alexandria, Giza, Luxor

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Iran

IranAlso known as Persia, Iran has a long history of passing hands between conquerors. Today, Iran sports the world's largest natural gas reserves and 4th largest oil reserves and exists as a major contributor to the United Nations and the world economy.

Tehran, Mashhad, Isfahan, Karaj

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Turkey

TurkeyThe Middle East's connection to Europe with a border to Greece in the west. Being a sort of land bridge between continents, the culture and languages of Turkey range widely depending on where in the country one looks.

Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Adana

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Middle East Proper

Middle East ProperThe rest of the Middle East not including the above listed major countries.




Northern Middle East, Southern Middle East

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North and South America

   
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U.A. High - America (NYC)

U.A. High - America (NYC)The American branch of U.A. High built on top of a man-made platform just south of Brooklyn in the middle of the Lower Bay. Much like a Manhattan high school, but on the scale of a university in size. They take students from all over the world, but mostly from North and South America.

Classrooms, Sports Field, Courtyard, Sports Festival Stadium, Replica Times Square, Unforeseen Simulation Joint Facility

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Conservatory of Evil - America (Sao Paulo)

Conservatory of Evil - America (Sao Paulo)The only above-ground Conservatory of Evil, the American branch is actually one of the districts of Sao Paulo that has been converted into a secret school. Classes are held inside the city buildings and outdoor training is masked with the aid of the quirk of the supervillain known as Portalist who can create alternate dimensions up to 10 square miles in size. Not even the residents of the district know about the school's activities.

Classrooms, Recreation Zone, Cafeteria, Battle Zone, Urban Zone, Nature Zone

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United States of America

United States of AmericaThe "Land of the Free and Home of the Brave" and a melting pot of cultures. Easily the most diverse nation in terms of its people. The promise of the "American Dream" has brought in people from all over the world and made this nation a bit of everything.

Washington D.C., New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles

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Canada

CanadaThe world's second largest country and often referred to as a "colder, nicer US", Canada makes up the northern portion of North america. It is mostly home to descendants of both British and French colonists along with the native Inuit population and its people have a reputation for being incredibly polite.

Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal

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Mexico

MexicoThe southernmost country in North america, Mexico is mostly desert with some tropical climates. The country is known for its beautiful beaches, having long sea borders on both sides of the country, and for the rich culture dating back to the ancient Aztec and Mayan empires.

Mexico City, Ecatepec, Guadalajara, Tijuana

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Cuba

CubaAn island nation well known for its tobacco product. Since the downfall of its communist government, Cuba has enjoyed a meteoric rise in the arts and international trade.

Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Camaguey, Holguin

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Brazil

BrazilThe largest country in South America and Latin America. It holds the world famous city of Rio de Janeiro and the mystical Amazon Basin -- a vast rain forest cut in half by the Amazon River teeming with exclusive wildlife and smaller tribe cultures.

Brasilia, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Salvador

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Argentina

ArgentinaComprising most of southern South America, Argentina is home to the Andes Mountains and a cold climate in spots with temperate grasslands in the valleys shadowed by the mountains. The farther south one goes, the colder it gets -- to the point where one finds glacial lakes and frozen plains.

Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario, Mendoza

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Peru

PeruThe ancient home of the Inca empire, Peru is amazingly biodiverse for its size. If one were to navigate the whole country they would find arid plains, the frozen peaks of the Andes Mountains, sandy beaches along the coast, and even the Amazon rainforest.

Lima, Arequipa, Trujillo, Chiclayo

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Colombia

ColombiaA country famous for its coffee plantations, but equally famous for its drug cartel problems. Since the outbreak of Quirks, this war has only gotten worse and Colombia is often the most popular stage for a villain's first apprenticeship after leaving school.

Bogota, Medellin, Santiago de Cali, Barranquilla

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South America Proper

South America ProperThe rest of South America not including the above listed major countries.




Northern South America, Southern South America

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Europe, Africa, and Australia

   
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U.A. High - Europe (Stockholm)

U.A. High - Europe (Stockholm)The European branch of U.A. High. Listed in Stockholm, but the campus is much closer to Lidingo. Situated upon a wide range of green hills and built to look like a traditional palace, U.A. High Europe is known as the most visually beautiful branch. They take students from around the world, but mostly students from Europe, Africa, and Australia.

Classrooms, Sports Field, Courtyard, Sports Festival Stadium, Urban/Ancient Combination Facility, Unforseen Simulation Joint Facility

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Conservatory of Evil - Europe (London)

Conservatory of Evil - Europe (London)Built into the cliffs of Great Britain and directly beneath London, the Conservatory of Evil's European branch is easily the most mystical in theme. The buildings themselves are even fashioned to look and feel like an old British castle. The facility has various secret entrances within London, but one large entrance in in the cliff faces themselves, protected by an illusionary barrier.

Classhalls, The Great Library, The Grand Hall, Pugilist's Hall, Urban Training Hall, Natural Training Hall

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United Kingdom

United KingdomAn island nation that includes England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Most people only think of England when they see the UK mentioned, however. In general, the UK is famous for the ancient ruins of castles and pagan and old Catholic monuments that can be found across the various island and mainland portions of the country.

London, Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff

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Russia

RussiaThe world's largest country that makes up most of Eastern Europe and even a portion of Asia known for its frigid climate and former Soviet rule and roles in many large scale wars. The size of the country means its borders contain many biomes from tundra to forests to subtropical beaches.

Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg

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Sweden

SwedenA large country in Northern Europe known for its prosperous economy and cold climate. One of the few 1st world nations to still have a king. Like with much of Europe, remnants of long gone civilizations litter the country's topography. In Sweden's case, it's comprised mostly of relics from the seafaring Vikings.

Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo, Uppsala

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France

FranceA large nation that makes up a majority of Southern Central Europe. The famous city of Paris sits as France's capital and serves as a beacon of the arts and romance. Sadly, the people of France have garnered a false reputation for cowardice and are often the butt of constant jokes.

Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Toulouse

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Europe Proper

Europe ProperThe rest of Europe not including the above listed nations.




Northern Europe, Central Europe, Western/Southern Europe, Eastern Europe

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Australia

AustraliaThe only land mass in the world that is both a country and a continent. Australia is known for it's desert "Outback" dotted with forests inhabited by some of the most unique wildlife in the world only found on the island nation.

Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane

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Libya

LibyaAn African nation with a history of war and political upheaval. Today's Libya is under strict monitor and unrest from the remnants of the former military government, but every day its citizens work towards true freedom.

Tripoli, Benghazi, Misrata, Bayda

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Nigeria

NigeriaA nation famous for its wildlife reserves and natural landmarks. Rule of the country changed hands between numerous tribal states and kingdoms over the centuries until British colonial rule unified the nation in the 19th century.

Abuja, Lagos, Kano, Ibadan

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Kenya

KenyaA nation of various climates from tropical forests by the coast to cooler grasslands further inland to the snow-capped Mount Kenya. Uniquely, Kenya is split into 47 semi-autonomous countries that make up the larger nation.

Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru

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South Africa

South AfricaThe southernmost nation in Africa that has also seen the most influence from the continent's past British rule. A large portion of the nation's population is white, mostly children and grandchildren of British colonists and military personnel that stayed in the country after the colonization ended. South Africa is considered part of the British Commonwealth like Australia and Canada.

Cape Town, Bloemfontein, Pretoria, Johannesburg

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Africa Proper

Africa ProperOther portions of Africa not mentioned in the above listed countries.




Northern Africa, Central Africa, Southern Africa

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North Pole, Antarctica, and the Ocean

   
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The North Pole

The North PoleNot truly a land mass, the North Pole is the northernmost point of the planet Earth found in the middle of the Arctic Ocean surrounded by humongous constantly shifting sheets of ice and monstrous icebergs.

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Antarctica

AntarcticaUnlike the North Pole, the South Pole at the opposite end of the world is located in the middle of the continent known as Antarctica. Still just as frozen as its northern cousin, the big difference is the presence of an actual land mass and topography including mountains and frozen lakes.

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The Ocean

The OceanThe gigantic body of salt water that covers over 70% of the planet. Humans have split the Ocean into five distinct zones with their own names -- the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Antarctic, and Arctic Oceans -- and split further into seas (bodies of salt water mostly enclosed by land) including, but not limited to the Mediterranean Sea, Red Sea, Bering Sea, Baltic Sea, and Caribbean Sea.

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The Lounge

   
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The Lounge

The LoungeGeneral discussion and forum games are done here. Come in and take a load off!



Forum Games, RP Connections, Spam

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The Arena

The ArenaStep into the Arena to test your characters' powers and your writing skills in non-canon PvP! No T or EXP is given. This is entirely for practice and fun.

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Non-Canon RP

Want to write an RP that has NOTHING to do with Soul of a Hero? Just a small side thing with your buds? Do it here! It can be anything. It doesn't even have to be MHA! Set up your RPs in the sign up sub-forum and get to writing after everyone is good to go!

Non-Canon Sign Up

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Exhibition Central

Exhibition CentralShow off your artistic talents here! This includes graphics, music, acting, miscellaneous writing, costumes and props, anything creative can be posted here.

Creative Shops

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The Archive

The ArchiveAll closed topics and topics inactive for longer than a year are sent here.

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