Momo Yaoyorozu, Also known as Created, is a student and vice president of the Class 1-A at the UA. He came in through an official referral and is training to become a hero.
Momo is smart, dedicated and a native leader. Their skills analytics are robust and you can easily develop planes and strategies that, given the versatility of your gift, you can easily implement. Physically is very attractiveIn addition to appearing to be older by possessing a more mature body compared to her classmates, she is also one of the best students in grade 1-A.
his don It is quite special because it has the opportunity to create through body Any material inert discovered through molecular manipulation of your fat cells. As long as she knows how to do something, she can create it, although it will take a long time, she can create large objects if her skin is more exposed, which is why her costume can look very daring.
It also states that the more you eatThe more material you have to handle, so you will need a substantial food intake for your gift to be effective, at the risk of losing excess weight if too much is used.
She is one of the most outstanding students and that is why the fandom usually represents it with amazing cosplays like the one created by @jannetincosplay
She comes from an important and wealthy family, so she has very good manners at all times. This suit is really impeccable and especially since her hairstyle stands out in this portrait, although it seems to be just a simple ponytail, reaching this result can be quite laborious.
On the other hand, in this photograph we have a nod to the episode where Momo and Shoto take their final course exam, where Todoroki entrusts him to start creating random objects to leave a trace, and this young student comes up with making some Russian dolls. The cosplayer he definitely knew how to capture the essence of Momo, both in beauty and in personality as a civilian and superhero apprentice.
What do you think of this suit?
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