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Top Ten Facts about Rikido Sato

MHA Sato: Rikido Sato is a My Hero Academia student. His Quirk allows him to turn sugar into power, and he is mostly a background character. What should you be aware of? We are forced into a world where superpowers (quirks) are the norm and heroes and villains combat on every street in the superhero anime My Hero Academia. As a result, many hero schools have sprouted up worldwide, with UA serving as a rival to Shiketsu High in Japan. After gaining the quirk One For All, Izuku Midoriya enrolls in class 1-A, where he meets several classmates. Rikido Sato is one of them.

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Because he lacks a showy peculiarity, a sad tale, or an outspoken personality, Rikido Sato has largely remained in the background. Despite this, he’s one of UA’s best melee fighters, and his blows are lethal, even against concrete! Rikido may have a chance to thrive in the future. Until then, we should get to know this colossal student hero better. In  this blog, we will discuss on Top Ten Facts about Rikido Sato

1. He isn’t completely confident in his culinary abilities.

The UA students were moved to on-campus dorms late in season 3 of My Hero Academia for security considerations. They immediately held a competition to see who had the coolest bedroom. Rikido Sato exhibited his bedroom/kitchen setup when it was his turn. His classmates, largely ladies, were ecstatic, and Rikido was taken aback by their enthusiasm. He doesn’t appear to value his food, yet he can now cook with pride!

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2. His peculiarity prompted 2 Baking (MHA Sato)

A person’s peculiarities may influence what kind of employment or hobbies they pursue, as well as whether or not they become heroes. Let’s not forget that most people, not just villains, and heroes, have peculiarities (and vigilantes).

Rikido had no intention of becoming a baker or chef. Still, because his Quirk requires sugar consumption, he had no choice but to start baking to maintain his Quirk fueled and to keep continually consuming sweets from becoming monotonous. But, if we’re honest, we think that’s a fairly reasonable price to pay! It’s more of a perk.

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3. His design remained almost unchanged (MHA Sato)

Preliminary designs for characters, as well as clothes, equipment and weapons, animals, and just about anything else, will be created by any artist. Kohei Horikoshi, the author of My Hero Academia, plotted out every character ahead of time and experimented with various ideas. Rikido Sato is a straight forward artist, and his concept art and the finished result are very similar. You may conceive him as the series’ stabilizing factor, requiring no gimmicks to be a decent character. Other characters, on the other hand, ended up looking nothing like their original drawings.

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4. He could’ve started sooner if he’d thought about it.

Rikido Sato, as previously said, has done little to stick out thus far, and his peculiarity was the last to be revealed (among all class 1-A characters). He’s a capable boxer who isn’t very flashy. On the other hand, Author Kohei Horikoshi adores Rikido’s eccentricity and claims that if he could, he would have featured it sooner. Imagine if Rikido was a star in an early battle alongside Izuku. Perhaps he’ll become Izuku’s best friend!

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5. He Is Supposed To Be Old-School (MHA Sato)

Rikido is a throwback to prior decades in superhero comics, which may be a little abstract. My Hero Academia’s characters are modelled after superheroes such as Spider-Man or Avatar: The Last Airbender’s prince Zuko.

Rikido, on the other hand, is designed to look like a classic, old fashioned Hero who doesn’t require a terrible dark side or a strange gimmick to be memorable. Instead, he’s a stiff-upper-lipped hero who can’t be mistaken for anyone else. Going back to the basics can sometimes make the old feel fresh again.

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6. He’s a good student but not exceptional.

We can confidently assume that Rikido Sato is a middle of the road student hero so far, based on his quirks, combat performance, school grades, and personality. He isn’t one of the stars, as he doesn’t have a mega quirk like Shoto, Momo, or Bakugo.

But he’s still a good fighter and friend, and unlike Jiro and Yuga, he doesn’t have a weak constitution. To pass the written midterm test, he didn’t need Momo’s help. He’s a B student who has space to improve. We are excited to see it!

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7. It’s Tea Time for Him (MHA Sato)

This tidbit of information comes from the official guidebooks. Rikido is one of the tallest (and most likely the heaviest) pupils in his class. He towers over Toru and Jiro, and even if he didn’t have his Quirk, he could snap a 2×4 like a twig.

Rikido, on the other hand, is a kind giant with a golden heart and a courageous combat spirit. You may say he has his Quirk’s personality and is as sweet as sugar. He frequently enjoys tea time with Momo, and we’re curious if he dresses up for it. And we’re pretty sure he drinks his tea with sugar!

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8. He likes intense, short fights (MHA Sato)

Rikido Sato, like Eijiro Kirishima, is a melee fighter, and his peculiarity makes him excellent for delivering a knuckle sandwich to knock out the bad guys. They were both challenged to combat Cementoss… and they both lost. Rikido, like a sugar rush, has short spurts of extreme power, so once he’s fired up, he has to act quickly. He’ll be fine if he can charge directly at the enemy and throw a couple of punches.

9. He Has The Appearance Of An Old Manga Character

My Hero Academia is primarily influence by American comic books. Still, it also incorporates elements from earlier Shonen manga series, some of which are older than most of the anime’s viewers. Consider the case of Kinnikuman.

10. What Does His Name Mean?

Rikido goes by the name Sugar Rush for his hero name, but what about his real name? Rikido was not left out of the author’s effort to give his characters names that matched their personalities and eccentricities. His first name is a kanji meaning “way to power,” while his final name is a homophone for “sugar”! If you read his name in Japanese last first order, sugar is the route to power.

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