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Shoto Todoroki personality type is INTJ, which is the most common personality type among the Pantheon. Most heroes are INTJs. Shoto's personality is very similar to the original character. He is determined, logical, and focused in his goal. His personality in canon can be seen when he takes on the role of the "new kid" in the world of heroes, when he applies to become a hero, when he starts his hero career, and when he takes part in the attack on the Ghouls. Shoto is also similar to the original character in that they are both very capable fighters. Shoto has the potential to be an even better hero than his predecessor when he is given proper training. The original character is already a very skilled hero when compared to other heroes.
Shoto's character design is based on the original character's design.
Shoto's quirk is also based on the original character's quirk.
The concept of "quirkless heroes" was modernized into "quirkless hero" in Shoto's debut arc.
Shoto's debut arc "Ambition vs. Ambition" was inspired by the original character's debut arc "The Newest Hero".
Shoto Todoroki (轟とどろき焦しょう凍と Todoroki Shōto), also known as Shoto (ショート Shōto), is a student in Class 1-A at U.A. High School, where he got in through official recommendations and is training to become a Pro Hero. He is the youngest son of Endeavor, the No. 1 (formerly No. 2) Hero, and one of the main protagonists of the series. Shoto originally had a cold, aloof personality, which stemmed from his abusive upbringing and complicated family life. Focused and unemotional, Shoto preferred to keep to himself instead of hanging out with other people. After the events of the U.A. Sports Festival, however, Shoto notably became more sociable and kind, even gaining a sense of humor and occasionally smiling, although still retaining some fragments of his previous distant attitude. Shoto is not quite used to socializing yet, coming off as dense when it comes to understanding certain figures of speech.