MidReal Story

Unveiling the Heroic Mind

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Izuku has the intelligence and personality of kiyotaka from classroom of the elite
Izuku Midoriya was an average student.
He was not the best in his class, nor was he the worst.
He had an average build and an average face.
He had no special talents or abilities that would make him stand out from the crowd.
In a world where 80% of the population had superpowers known as quirks, Izuku was part of the 20% that did not have any.
But what he lacked in physical abilities, he more than made up for in intelligence.
He was a genius, with an IQ of over 200.
He could solve complex mathematical equations in his head and memorize entire textbooks after reading them once.
He could analyze a situation and come up with a solution in seconds, and he could predict his opponent's moves before they even made them.
But he kept his intelligence hidden from everyone around him, pretending to be just an average student.
It was better that way, he thought.
It was another average day at U.
High School, and Izuku found himself in a situation he had never been in before.
His classmates were all looking at him with a mixture of shock and confusion, and even their teacher, Shota Aizawa, was staring at him with narrowed eyes.
He had just solved the problem that had been stumping the entire class for the past hour, and it was clear that no one had expected him to come up with a solution so quickly, not even Izuku himself.
The problem was simple: they had to move a large boulder from one side of the field to the other, but they weren't allowed to use their quirks to do so.
The boulder was too big for any of them to lift on their own, and even working together, they hadn't been able to come up with a way to move it.
Izuku had been thinking about the problem, trying to come up with a solution, when he had a sudden realization.
He stood up and looked around the room, his mind working at lightning speed as he came up with a plan to move the boulder.
"I think I have an idea," he said, his voice calm and confident.
He walked over to the chalkboard and picked up a piece of chalk, then began to write out his plan in neat, precise handwriting.
His classmates watched in amazement as he explained how they could use pulleys, levers, and inclined planes to reduce the amount of force needed to move the boulder, and by the time he was finished, they were all staring at him with wide eyes.
"That's… actually a really good plan," Shoto Todoroki said, his voice filled with surprise.
"Thank you," Izuku said, nodding.
Izuku Midoriya is a straight-up genius," Katsuki Bakugo muttered under his breath, his voice full of disbelief.
Izuku ignored him and turned back to Aizawa, who was watching him with narrowed eyes.
"What do you think?" Izuku asked, his voice calm and even.
Aizawa stared at him for a moment, then let out a long-suffering sigh.
"Fine," he said, his voice resigned.
"We'll do it your way."
Izuku smiled and turned back to his classmates, who were all watching him with expressions of awe and disbelief.
"I'll need some volunteers to help me set up the pulleys and levers," he said, his voice confident.
"Izuku, that was amazing!" Ochaco Uraraka squealed, her eyes shining with admiration.
"I had no idea you were so smart!"
"Me neither," Tenya Iida said, nodding in agreement.
"You came up with that plan so quickly! I've been racking my brain for hours trying to think of a way to move that stupid boulder, but nothing I came up with was any good."
"I'm sure you would have figured it out eventually," Izuku said, smiling at them.
"I just happened to come up with an idea first."
"Well, it was a great idea," Ochaco said, smiling back at him.
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"I can't believe I didn't think of it myself." She paused for a moment, then her eyes widened in realization.
"But wait, how are we going to get enough force to move that huge boulder?Even if we use pulleys and levers to reduce the amount of force we need, it's still going to take a lot of strength to move it, right?"
Izuku nodded and smiled at her.
"But don't worry, I've already thought of that," he said.
"Here's what we're going to do…" He pulled out a notebook from his bag and flipped it open to a page filled with diagrams and calculations, then began to explain his plan in detail.
Ochaco's jaw dropped as she listened to him speak, her eyes wide with shock as she tried to keep up with his rapid-fire explanations and calculations.
"It's actually quite simple," Izuku explained calmly, his voice even as he continued to talk
"And by distributing the force required to move the boulder among all of us, we should be able to move it without too much difficulty." He paused for a moment and looked around the room, meeting everyone's eyes in turn.
"So, does anyone have any questions before we get started?"
There was a long pause as everyone stared at him in disbelief.
Izuku raised an eyebrow and looked around the room, waiting for someone to speak up.
Finally, Ochaco broke the silence.
"That was amazing, Izuku!" she gushed, her eyes shining with admiration.
"I can't believe you were able to come up with a solution so quickly!You're like a super genius!"
Izuku smiled at her and nodded.
"It was nothing, really," he said.
"I'm just happy that I was able to help out."
"Of course you were able to help out, Izuku!" Ochaco said, giggling.
"You're the smartest guy in our class!
And in the whole school, probably!"
Izuku blushed at her praise and looked away, feeling a little embarrassed.
"It's not that big of a deal, Ochaco," he mumbled.
"Looks like we've got some heavy machinery for us to use," Aizawa muttered as he surveyed the equipment that had been set up around the boulder.
"Let's get to work, then."
The class got to work setting up the pulleys and levers that Izuku had designed, and after a few minutes of struggling with the heavy machinery, they were finally ready to go.
"Okay, is everyone ready?" Aizawa asked.
"Then on my mark… push!"
Ochaco watched in amazement as the boulder began to move slowly across the field, pushed by the combined efforts of her classmates.
Izuku's plan was so simple and elegant that she couldn't believe she hadn't thought of it herself—it just made so much sense!
And she hadn't even needed to do anything to help out; all she had to do was stand there and watch while everyone else did all the hard work.
She felt a pang of guilt at that thought; Izuku had done all the work coming up with the plan, and she hadn't even tried to come up with a solution of her own.
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But then again, there was no way she could have come up with anything as good as what he had come up with—she wasn't a genius like Izuku was.
Admittedly, being a genius wasn't all that useful in a situation like this one, but still.
She wanted to be able to help out more than she had been able to.
So far all she had really done was offer a few simple ideas that Izuku had immediately shot down as being impractical or impossible.
It almost felt like she hadn't contributed anything at all.
But what could she do?
Izuku was just so much smarter than her that there was no way she could hope to come up with a better idea than he could.
All she could do was try to be supportive and helpful however she could, and do her best to make sure that the project was a success.
It was the least she could do for her friend; after all, he had been kind enough to offer to help her out in the first place.
"Keep going, everyone!" Aizawa shouted.
"We're almost there!"
Tenya grunted as he pushed against the boulder, straining to move it even an inch further.
It was hard work; even with everyone in the class working together, it was difficult for them to move the boulder without using their quirks.
From where he was standing at the side of the boulder, he could see Izuku watching them closely, his eyes narrowed in concentration as he assessed their progress and calculated how much further they needed to go before they would be able to call it a day.
Honestly, Tenya didn't know why Izuku hadn't just done all of this himself—he was so much smarter than any of them that it was pretty clear he was the only one who would be able to come up with a good solution for this problem.
But then again, Izuku was always like that, wasn't he?
He was always willing to take the back seat and let someone else take the lead.
He was always doing things for other people and making sure they were happy and comfortable before he took care of himself.
He was always helping people out and putting other people's needs before his own.
In fact, it was almost like he was some kind of superhero or something—
"Okay, everyone!" Izuku called out.
"That's far enough!Let's start lowering it down now."
Ochaco floated into the air and released the boulder from her quirk's influence just as he gave the signal, and the class quickly began to lower the boulder down to the ground where it belonged.
It was heavy work, but it didn't take them long; before long, the boulder was back on the ground and they were all collapsing from exhaustion on the grass in the field.
"Good work," Aizawa muttered as he watched them from the shade of a nearby tree.
Izuku smiled at him and nodded.
"Thanks," he said.
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