If you’re a fan of My Hero Academia, you’ve probably wondered about Hawks’ Quirk. In this article, we’ll discuss his tragic past and his friendship with Dabi and Endeavor. But what’s so interesting about Hawks? Here’s a closer look! : Hawks’ Quirk: What is the most interesting thing about this character? His shady past?
As a raptor, Hawks can sense presence using their feathers and hear vibrations. The Hawks can use this ability to spy on people even at a distance. Once they have listened to someone, they can recall the feather to the speaker. They can also differentiate between people by identifying differences in speech patterns. In fact, the hawk’s feathers can be used to detect heartbeats. The Hawks’ ability to detect heartbeats is a unique trait that makes the bird stand out in its class.
The feathers on the Hawks’ wings are extremely strong and can be used for a variety of tasks. Previously, a Hawk was known to be an incredibly dangerous spy, as his feathers can detect sounds and vibrations. These abilities have allowed him to fly for long distances without sacrificing the quality of his wings. However, this innate talent has a downside. Hawks tend to think twice before using their feathers.
His shady past
The series’ shady past is largely explained by the fact that Hawks was taken in by the Hero Public Safety Commission when he was a child. Although his true identity is classified, most of his public information is made public, including his full name. But a flashback episode reveals the real reason behind Hawks’ deep connection with the Hero Organization. In this episode, Hawks’ parents are revealed as fugitives who treated Hawks’ mother and father with disdain. His mother eventually runs away from home, and a shadow organization purchases him and takes him to a new place. Hawks becomes a member of a Hero
Organization faction and is embedded in its ranks.
While Hawks is one of the more promising heroes in the series, his background is tinged with mystery. He was once a career criminal and is now one of the most powerful heroes in the league, despite his father’s past. Hawks’ father was a serial thief and murderer. Yet, despite his father’s background, he still fights alongside his fellow heroes and avenges his father’s death.
His friendship with Dabi
In the latest chapter of My Hero Academia, Dabi steps in to fight Hawks. During an ambush, Hawks turn on Twice and attempt to take him out. Dabi throws Hawks off balance with two simple words: “Keigo Takami, don’t let Hawks turn on you!”
While many My Hero Academia fans were interested in learning more about Hawks, Dabi is a character who is little known outside of the anime world. In fact, manga readers are obsessed with Dabi, and while the anime hasn’t focused on Dabi specifically, his frequent run-ins with Endeavor and the Todoroki clan have led many to assume that he has some sort of connection to the Hawks.
After all, Hawks’s introduction to the League was crucial to the game’s plot. Dabi wanted to introduce Hawks to the League in order to show the League that they’re human and share common goals. His intentions were not entirely clear, but Dabi hoped the Hawks would turn against the League, as it would provide him with the freedom he was seeking. In the end, the Hawks won out.
His relationship with Endeavor
The first scene of the film shows Shoto, the lead character of the novel, confronting Endeavor. Shoto tells him that he is a child, but he knows better. As such, he tries to convince him not to use him. But after he gets rejected, Shoto confronts him. This exchange reveals the twisted motives of Endeavor’s mentor, Hawks.
The two have a rocky relationship. Endeavor does not allow his wife to see him. Endeavor also doesn’t bring up Rei on his own. His wife was sold to him by her family, and she agreed to have more than one child with the man she met. At first, their relationship was healthy, but it soured as he lost focus on surpassing All Might. In addition, his relationship with Rei, his wife, has been a rocky one.
As a result, Shoto’s obsession with the Hero retreated into a rocky one. Endeavor believed that Toya could not become a Hero, but he continued to train more because he thought his father had rejected him. Shoto, on the other hand, is able to control his quirk more effectively than Enji, who had an unbalanced relationship with him. His power of fire, for example, can be offset by his ice powers. He also rescued his younger brother Natsuo from Ending and his father, which is a sign of his father’s abusive behavior.