However, even with such improvements, he ends up defeated and killed by Koro-sensei, who apologizes to his former student for not guiding him properly during their time as master and pupil before promising to start over if they meet again in the afterlife. He gave the kids a chance to shoot off seven of his tentacles in a attempt that was the closest anyone could kill him, and even then they pulled it off by exploiting the relationship they had with Koro Sensei by pulling tricks and smoke and mirrors that only worked because they hung around Koro Sensei enough to know his weaknesses and what he can and can't do. To be specific, his ability to hide such bloodlust that it scares trained soldiers. This anime is full of mystery and tension, which is what makes it so popular among viewers. The anti-sensei material is cheap and easy to produce in large amounts, so Class 3-E and all the other would-be assassins introduce it to Sensei's life as much as possible in all forms, from bullets and knives to pudding and henna tattoos. Building level with energy beams Blew away a tent of this size that was stated to be able to withstand the charge of a tank, simultaneously obliterating all the windows in a nearby structure in the process.
Confirmed in Chapter 41, which reveals that Nagisa has an exceptional talent for assassination. After graduation, Ritsu enjoys herself traveling through cyberspace and upgrading her code, while providing aid to her former classmates when needed. Since she has known Yoshida since she was a child, she is on good terms with Terasaka's group. As shown by Takaokao by Nagisa. It could easily be something similar to Ritsu, but it could be something completely different as well.
The procedure removed all of Koro-sensei's upgrades which were deemed unnecessary for assassination, but Ritsu autonomously decided that the ability for empathy and friendship with the rest of Class E was vital for a successful assassination, and thus non-removable. Her mother is into fairytale aesthetics, which is in sharp contrast to her own daughter's dark tendencies. Takebayashi is also mentioned to like an anime called which had an for it in the anime. While Karma is the smartest and most naturally talented kid in class, not studying drops his rank from 4th in the school to 13th. This was subverted when it was revealed that Gastro, Grip and Smog withheld using the plague in favor of a relatively harmless stomach flu that will eventually wear off because they only had to make the students think that they would die, and they didn't want the stigma of killing middle-school kids on their reputation, even if it meant defying Takaoka, their psychopathic employer. It was caused by one of Shiro's experiments, where he injected a mouse with antimatter organs to see what would happen if it died of natural causes.
The most successful attempts, such as Nagisa's suicide attack, most of Shiro's schemes, and the assassination on the vacation island are never fully explained to the reader in advance. Outwardly friendly and polite to his friends and everyone, he hides a somewhat darker side of him as an assassin that is not noticeable during daily classes and is only revealed during training and assassination time. If you go by his more extreme comedy feats they cannot ever hit him, and thus run into the same issue as canon. The point is to disrupt the enemy's concentration for a moment through the noise as they would not expect such a move, and leave him open for another sneak attack. The opening for that episode and the following one are sung in-character by their respective voice actors see above. Using both hands and having exceptional high jump skills definitely helped. They easily trounce everyone except the leader due to a combination of a , Karasuma's covert feedback, and training experience with Koro-sensei.
His students agree, as they believe it's better for Koro-sensei to die by their hand than by anybody else's. He is strict, but a kind man, though he keeps a distance between himself and the students due to his status as an agent and his own professionalism. Seven years after Class 3-E graduates, he is last seen being helped by Kanzaki. He excels in spatial calculation and as such is unmatched in long distance shooting. Takaoka's worst fear is realized when Nagisa gives him the same innocent smile he had worn before surprising and defeating Takaoka the first time, before knocking him out with a stun baton.
Then things get bleaker with the revelations of Kayano's true identity and Koro-sensei's tragic past, leading to internal strife which led to a civil war game. Several months later, Nagisa uses the exact same technique on Kayano to distract her from the destructive influence of her tentacles. He is shown to have a valid hunting license for any country in the world. Kill Koro Sensei and save the world. Maehara is his best friend since childhood. She also constantly tells him she wishes he was born a girl and makes him grow his hair long, despite the fact that he hates it, which could cast all previous jokes about his androgyny in a harsher light. Summary Korosensei is the homeroom teacher for Class 3-E of Kunugigaoka Junior High School, and the central character and main antihero of Assassination Classroom.
He becomes the machinery and electronics expert for Class 3-E due to his family's expertise in electronics before going bankrupt. She is also the student who comes up with Koro-sensei's name. He then makes his demands known. He previously mocked Sugino's role in Class 3-E, but after being beaten by them in a baseball game, he rekindles his friendship with Sugino and helps them out during one of the exams. They cannot be fired at supersonic velocities. Come chapter 134, we see he was actually a fairly good-looking man. Excited murmuring filled the classroom.
Karasuma had gotten a phone call and he had given instructions to get to the class E building. He later returns to help train Class 3-E, teaching Nagisa a powerful technique to use against his opponents. Nagisa tries to come up with increasingly ridiculous excuses to hide the fact that they're all professional hitmen. This backfires after Koro-sensei comes in and starts improving their grades and morale. She likes to tease Nagisa due to his androgynous appearance by having him cross dress as a girl. It's used by every character that acquired tentacles in summation of their flashbacks explaining what led to them seeking the power they provide. At times it occupies both sides of the scale simultaneously.
The cells that make up the tentacles can be transplanted onto a human, but they require an insane amount of energy to maintain and limit the recipient's human capabilities. Subverted when it's revealed that Takaoka's assassins, who weren't nearly as sadistic and unprofessional as their boss, secretly swapped the lethal virus with a harmless stomach bug. Meanwhile, Nagisa, the intended victim, is forced to wing it. Things just got a lot more interesting. However, Karma catches on that while Koro-sensei is a pervert, he would never step this low, as losing his students' trust would be worse to him than dying. The moon has collapsed and coalesced again into a spherical form while it was pulled closer by Earth's gravity, implicitly normalizing the tides to pre-explosion levels. They seem to grow in size as the match progresses.
This ends in her humiliation in front of all the students, and she swears revenge. He later repeats it when showing the students how lost tentacles restrict his movement speed. And then it was in a heart-wrenching way. A few seconds later, Karasuma appears behind him and catches him in mid-sentence. As time goes on, each student finds his or her own unique killing technique and find themselves becoming more self-confident and happy, while Koro-sensei's true identity and reasons for becoming their teacher are revealed as the year progresses. Makes sense, since they need to advance quietly to their goal on the top floor of a hotel. He's not that bright and even he admits it, but by the end of the series has learned enough to allow him to do well enough on tests to get 46th place in the school and as he tells Itona, he learns from every failure.