The finale episode of My Hero Academia Season 5 just came out a few days ago, and the sixth edition has also been announced by Studio Bones. The renewal details and upcoming plot are speculative chores. However, what fans are looking forward to is the explanation of all the easter eggs of the final episode. For the last four seasons and three movies, My Hero Academia has tried to foreshadow key plot elements in each end. So, what were the hidden elements in this edition? Here is a brief study of the episode for you.
The final episode, “The High, Deep Blue Sky,” was an epilogue edition to the season. After the devastating events of Daika city, the scene takes fans back to the world of law, order, and peace. In UA High, the students pondered upon the fate of the hero world after the League of Villains and the Meta Liberation Army joined hands. Besides, the pro heroes also worried that things were slipping from their hands faster than they could control them.
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 25 Ending Explained!
My Hero Academia Season 5 Episode 25 began with the students immediately being taken to the joint training arena. The events of the war had shaken the hero world. The waves of the war were also felt till the UA High academy. As a result, the students were immediately put to advanced training courses. In the first session, Ochako, Ayoma, and Mina got their time to shine in the arena. The battle sessions with the androids turned out to be productive, and the students were filled with confidence.
The winter break was over for the students, and they returned to the Academy expecting drastic changes. In the hero world, Endeavor, Hawks, and All Might be all tensed with the events of the Daika City raid. They believed that the heroes were not strong enough to take down the new Army that Shigaraki formulated. Thus, the UA High Academy must pace its training in order to prepare the budding heroes for the upcoming dangers. Later on, Mr. Aizawa also confronted the class about the gravity of the situation.
Deku and the rest of the class determined that they would work harder in order to be a useful part of the incoming war. It should also be noted that most of the students have outgrown their childish statures. The growth was essential for the turn in the story. Even in the original manga, the following arc takes a rather grim tonality towards events. The change was evident in the final episode itself. The epilogue rightfully concluded the early stages of Deku as well as the franchise.
What Will Happen Next?
The sixth season of My Hero Academia has already been announced, and fans are overjoyed with the news. So, the upcoming season of MHA is likely to take up a grim tone after the My Villains Academia Arc. The Final Act Saga will be launched with the first episode of the sixth season. The season will begin by dictating the story of the escape from the Tartarus Prison. Shigaraki and All For One will cumulate a plan to free the main villain and all his followers in jail. As a result, the Paranormal Liberation Army will grow larger and stronger in size.
On the other hand, Deku and his classmates will finally leave UA High after completing their Hero Course. Now, each student will work with a pro hero in order to learn a hero’s operation in the real world. Deku is most likely to work under All Might in the proximity of the police authorities. Other students will also get a recruitment letter from pro heroes, including Endeavor, Best Jeanist, and Hawks. It will be interesting to see how the Tartarus Escapees Arc unfolds in the sixth edition. Stay tuned with The Anime Daily for more updates.