‘My Hero Academia’ Season 5 Episode 20 spoilers: The beginning of Meta Liberation War


My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 20 will feature a short flashback to reveal how All for One chose Shigaraki to be his successor.

It will introduce Gigantomachia, the AFO’s former bodyguard, as he tries to build a connection with the League of Villains. In My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 20, he will appear in front of the villainous group to determine if Shigaraki can be the next main antagonist.

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According to Epic Dope, the heroes will try to connect the pieces of everything that is happening.

The enemies, too, will proceed further with their operation, marking the beginning of the much-awaited Meta Liberation arc.

Just like the heroes, the villains will gather and work together to bring the Pro Heroes down.

At the beginning of the My Villain Academia, the villains themselves will show how they undergo training in preparation to face Deku and company.

IBTimes noted they, too, have their own university, called Villain Academia, to hone their fighting skills. Shigaraki and the rest of the villains work hard on their powers by undergoing intense training.

Meanwhile, the anime’s official Twitter page has dropped a new visual that teases the beginning of the My Villain Academia arc.

Here, fans can see the antagonists making their way to My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 20.

Twitter user Atsushi also shares the new episode’s official synopsis, hinting at Gigantomachia and Shigaraki’s meeting.

“A certain individual contacts Shigaraki and the League of Villains,” it reads. “What is his true identity??

Episode 19 Recap

In My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 19, fans met a former U.A. student who everyone thought had died during AFO’s attack in the past.

However, after analyzing the captured Nomu, the university learned it was the modified version of the U.A . heroes on the verge of dying.

As it turned out, the last Nomu in the school’s custody was Aizawa and Present Mic’s friend, Oboro.

Fortunately, there was still a little part of the hero left within the Nomu they used to find Tomura’s location.

From here, the Meta Liberation war would officially begin, OtakuKart News noted.

Tomura is in the hospital, undergoing surgical improvements. So before he becomes fully upgraded, the U.A. may have started an attack.

He is still at his weakest point, so the university still has a chance to stop this upgrade.

Fans are about to see these and more when My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 20 drops on Sunday, Aug. 22.

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