The two special episodes of My Hero Academia entitled "Survive! A Critical Training!" and shortly before receiving the temporary hero license, are now available on Crunchyroll Italia for all Premium users. Non-subscribers have to wait another week, more precisely the one 22nd August 2020.

We remind you that these two special episodes, although included in the season four catalog, They are set shortly after the middle of the third, shortly before the license exam, in which Bakugo and Todoroki are rejected. The story will therefore take place before the overhaul arch and the cultural festival.

As mentioned last week, the recap of the first episode is as follows: "Before receiving a temporary hero license, 1-A goes through a difficult hostage rescue simulation. The process takes place in a burning supermarket. The aim is to extract all of the mannequins that are used to represent the hostages. However, during the search the country gives way and Ten students are trapped under the rubble! Deku and his companions have to band together and find an escape route. However, Bakugo's priority is still taking hostages ...".

The summary of the second episode, however, is as follows: "Deku and his companions are under the rubble and have to find an escape route. The protagonist Ochaco and Tsuyu meet again with Yaoyorozu and Iida, who were injured after the collapse. The team band together to carry Iida outside while Bakugo, Kirishima, and Kaminari continue the main operation. At some point, however, a huge mass of water appears ?! Is there anything else behind the accident?".

This new OAV, which actually consists of two episodes, is the fourth overall Save her! Rescue training, Training the dead is Anything could: get up. Instead, we will have to wait a little longer for the fifth season of My Hero Academia, even if new details could be announced at the Hero Fes 2020 scheduled for October.

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