Todoroki Shouto

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Name: Shouto Todoroki, 轟焦凍 Todoroki Shōto
Occupation: U.A. High School
Title/Rank: Pro Hero Student
Status: Alive
Relationships: Endeavor/Enji Todoroki (Father), Rei Todoroki (Mother), Fuyumi Todoroki (Older Sister), Toya Todoroki (Oldest Brother), Natsuo Todoroki (Older Brother)
Fandom: Boku no Hero Academia
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Shouto Todoroki is a supporting character of the shounen manga and anime series Boku no Hero Academia by Kōhei Horikoshi.



Half-Cold Half-Hot: Shouto's Quirk gives him dual pyrokinesis and cryokinesis, divided between his left and right sides, respectively. The appendages on his right side can drastically lower temperatures of anything they touch, enough so to create large waves of ice. The limbs on his left side generate heat and allow Shoto to create and shoot streams of fire. Until taken to his bodily limit, neither has any visible effect on his body.


Shouto is the son of the #2 hero Endeavor and ever since his quirk showed has been harshly trained by his father to be his successor and surpass All Might. His mother was unhappy in her marriage to Endeavor and eventually had a mental breakdown where she caused the burn which covers Shouto's left eye. He has a number of older siblings, however he is the only one to be pushed into becoming a hero.



Fan Theories

A fan theory so popular that it has been almost accepted as fact is the Dabi is a Todoroki theory, which suggests that the villain Dabi, who has flame powers, is an estranged son of Enji Todoroki.[1] Given the information about the Quirk of the last Todoroki sibling, Touya, in Chapter 383, it seems this theory may be close to being confirmed.

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  1. lingtosite.Theory: dabi is todoroki shouto's older brother, posted to Tumblr on 16 June 2018. (Accessed 3 November 2018.)