Fans will continuously see Deku acting like a vigilante in My Hero Academia Chapter 311. Aside from saving his friends and his loved ones from the League of Villains, what is the real reason why Izuku Midoriya chooses this path?

A lot is about to happen in My Hero Academia Chapter 311. But as the story goes, fans are about to witness the protagonist's character development with the help of the former One for All users.

According to Recent Highlights, Deku may go under intense training. Things are getting pretty fast for the protagonist, who can now use up to 45% of his power.

However, as the manga is now on its Final Act Saga, the world is now on its darker days and Deku finds it hard to maintain peace. He may make a huge stride to restore law and order in the city so that he can rebuild the society and remove all the lingering threats the villains bring.

So, why does he go vigilante? Deku's sole mission is to find All for One, Shigaraki, Dabi, and the rest of the League of Villains members.

But with the current chaotic state of society, he finds it hard to do so. The villains may have gone underground to hide and recuperate, so Deku may continuously be on the lookout as a vigilante in My Hero Academia Chapter 311.

Thanks to All Might, he is fed well as he goes around town to save people, practice his quirks, and hone his fighting skills. Deku is taking advantage of this moment to be strong as possible to defeat the enemies.

In My Hero Academia Chapter 310, Deku had a flashback of the second and third One for All users before he got fully recovered, Anime News and Facts. It was revealed that these two had gone through a dreaded era that put them in an incredible hardship that no one had seen before.

The vestiges told Deku how things could turn out for the worse from here on out. The previous chapter also unveiled that the first One for All user's name is Yoichi Shigaraki.

What happens from here can be seen when My Hero Academia Chapter 311 drops on Sunday, May 9, at midnight Japan Standard Time, per HITC. It will then be out around the world from 9 to 11 a.m. Pacific Time, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Central Time, noon to 2 p.m. Eastern Time, 4 to 6 p.m. British Time, and 5 to 7 p.m. European Time.

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