Since the first chapters of My hero academy, we saw the protagonist follow Izuku Midoriya and admire his friend Katsuki Bakugo, a schoolmate who, however, always taunted and despised him due to his lack of Quirk. Despite this, Deku has always tried to help him even with UA, ignoring Bakugo's total disdain.
Even in the last few chapters, their relationship remains strained but noticeably relaxed, as we can see in Noguchi's artwork showing the friendship between Deku and Bakugo in My Hero Academia. We're used to Bakugo's explosive Quirk, which has always been considered one of the best in UA, being used in a variety of ways by the boy. but How does Bakugo Quirk work?
The answer to this question is really interesting: the author of My Hero Academia Kohei Horikoshi He has given his characters powers that are as bizarre as they are original, and Bakugos is no exception. In fact, his Quirk makes him capable of unleashing a Sweat loaded with nitroglycerinwhich then makes it possible to create a powerful explosion thanks to a single spark.
The more Bakugo sweats, the more the explosive power increases. So his quirk gets better the longer the fight lasts: the more fatigue, more sweat, more explosions. The only downside to Bakugo's power is that while it is virtually immune to most of the explosions it creates, if it creates too much, there is a risk of recoil dislocating the shoulder.
So here's how that fad from Bakugo, the tyrant to love from My Hero Academia. The boy still has some room for improvement when it comes to creating the explosions, and who knows who might not be able to create his masterpiece in the finale of My Hero Academia.