The Paranormal Liberation Front’s Organizational Chart, Explained

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Tomura Shigaraki may be My Hero Academia‘s main antagonist, but he started small. His force started with only a handful of League of Villains members. Though the League’s ambition was high, they didn’t necessarily possess the power to realize it at the time. Even All For One, the worst villain in the anime, was pretty quiet during their early days. However, that changed in recent seasons of My Hero Academia.


Just as Midoriya and the other members of Class 1-A improve as they grow…

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