My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 24 Ending Explained

The evacuees begin protesting against Deku’s return to U.A. High in the My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 24 because they believe their safety may be jeopardized.

Finally, Uraraka rises to the top of the highest building to address the crowd after promising Izuku that she and others wouldn’t let her return alone this time. Everyone breaks down in tears at her heartfelt appeal, and things suddenly seem to change.

The anime My Hero Academia was created by Studio Bones and is based on the manga series of the same name by Kouhei Horikoshi. Masahiro Mukai and Kenji Nagasaki are in charge of directing Season 6.

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My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 24 Ending Explained: Do the Refugiés Permit Deku to Remain at U.A. High?

My Hero Academia Season 6 Episode 24

The evacuees oppose Izuku’s return to U.A. High, and Uraraka thinks she wants to help the public see what her buddy is going through. So she fearlessly addresses the crowd with a microphone after scaling the tallest structure.

Ochaco expects the evacuees, who have only been concerned with their safety, to rise when a hero is in need because she understands deep down that the regular people need to do so.

To convey that her companion needs to be safeguarded since he is humanity’s only defense against All for One, she even alludes to Izuku’s One for All quirk.

Izuku’s clothing is worn, and he appears exceedingly weary as Ocacho urges the crowd to look at his condition.

One of them remembers how he had stood up for her while she was being pursued by those who thought she was a villain.

Uraraka encourages the audience to allow Izuku enough time to relax and heal so that he might be more effective in the conflict between good and evil, not to demand too much. Many people are moved to tears by her moving speech, including Izuku.

Kota and the ladies Deku had earlier saved rush to Izuku’s side to support him as he sobs uncontrollably on his knees. After the hero society fell apart, the lady complains to Izuku about how everyone shunned her since she is a heteromorph.

Deku came to her rescue just as she had lost all hope and was pursued by people. Another middle-aged guy steps up in response to the trio’s spirited discussion and claims that all they now have are the heroes who continue to battle for them despite losing everything.

He continues by saying that due to a shortage of resources, they are forced to bring recovering heroes like Deku to the safest locations in the nation, which in the present day are U.A. High and other hero schools.

All Might’s successor promises everyone that he and other heroes will restore the Hero society when one of the evacuees asks Deku whether he would make sure that things return as they were before.

Deku is ultimately allowed back into his old school, where it all started, with the help of tightened security at U.A. High and the evacuee’s approval.