Bakugo’s kidnapping by the Criminal Alliance changes his villainous behavior and forces him to reflect on his aggressive tendencies. That experience humbled Bakugo and made him realize that anger was getting in the way of his dream of becoming a hero. Bakugo’s abduction allows him to develop a better relationship with Deku and shows how the characters in My Hero Academia learn and grow from their mistakes.
While My Hero AcademyBakugo’s Bakugo was on his way to becoming a hero early on, but it wasn’t until his darkest moments that the young man learned what he really needed to be a hero.
Bakugo was originally made to be unlikable, and his aggression towards Deku certainly made him the villain in the early chapters of the manga. In fact, Bakugo’s aggressive tendencies led many classmates to question whether he really wanted to be a hero. However, it turns out they weren’t the only ones; after Bakugo showed himself at the UA Games, he was targeted by the League of Criminals, who loved the idea of turning one of UA’s students into a villain. They started arresting him in hopes of doing so and succeeded in kidnapping the boy.
Bakugo’s kidnapping changed his villainous behavior
When the public learned of Bakugo’s abduction, one of the first questions raised at the press conference was whether they feared he would actually turn out to be the villain, since the only experience that the public could ever experience. with Bakugo is the Sports Festival, where he must be restrained. pulpit. Although the Alliance didn’t expect Bakugo’s determination to be a hero to be so strong, they weren’t wrong to approach him; he’s actually showing signs of turning into a villain, and even as a fan, it’s unclear if Bakugo will resist the Alliance’s efforts.
Being arrested was a hugely humiliating moment for Bakugo, whether he admitted it or not. There is a significant difference in his behavior before and after the events of the Confederacy. Bakugo seems to have realized that his aggressive and often angry outbursts are not considered heroic, and although he can claim that he doesn’t care how people perceive him, but the truth is he cares – why does he want to be a hero like All Might so badly? By letting his anger control him, Bakugo put his dreams in jeopardy. And, although Bakugo still shows his latent anger after this, he has since become less violent towards Deku.
It seems that this experience has allowed Bakugo a chance to reflect on his behavior, because after all, the Alliance wouldn’t have targeted him if he hadn’t shown his anger in public. That reflection may even be what opened the door to becoming closer to Deku, moving towards the time of his sacrifice in the War of Occult Liberation. It’s hard to imagine what Bakugo would be like as a hero without this experience, and it’s a great example of what he’s like. My Hero Academy make sure that the characters learn and grow from their mistakes.