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Baoh-ASB
BARU BARU BARU!
~ Baoh's battlecry

Summary

Ikuro Hashizawa is the main character and protagonist in the manga Baoh: The Visitor.

The teenager is experimented on with an alien parasite by the organization known as Doress, causing him to undergo a transformation into Baoh, an instinctual ruthless killing machine.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-B. At least 9-B with Baoh

Name: Ikuro Hashizawa, Baoh (name of the parasite that stands for Biological Armament On Help)

Origin: Baoh

Gender: Male

Age: 17

Classification: Human, Bioweapon

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Electricity Manipulation, Acid ManipulationRegeneration (Low-Mid), Enhanced Senses (Capable of sensing others through the use of "smell"  via the piece on his head), Fire Manipulation, can resurrect people who recently died, some resistance to poisons

Attack Potency: Likely Wall level (Broke a man's arm and threw him with enough force to break off a railing). At least Wall level with Baoh (Superior to Ikuro, can casually decapitate men and launch them through concretre walls) Can bypass conventional durability via Melted Palm Phenomenon

Speed: Peak Human movement. At least Supersonic+ reactions (Dodged bullets and a shotgun blast at close range and dodged a sniper bullet before transforming, even had the time to think on what to do on the second shot without having to transform). Likely higher with Baoh.

Lifting Strength: Likely Peak Human or higher (Picked up a motorcycle). Superhuman with Baoh

Striking Strength: UnknownWall Class with Baoh (Cleaved the modified primate's head with an arm chop, knocked down a metal door)

Durability: Street level (Survived getting electrocuted and later stabbed to the mid-section). Likely Wall level with Baoh (Withstood blows from a modified primate and survived getting blown back to a side of a building, tanked a shotgun blast to the chest)

Stamina: Superhuman; he can fight through tedious conditions such as having his limbs cut off, being gunned down by a firing squad, etc.

Range: Melee range physically, higher with his Bee Stingers and Dark Thunder Phenomenon.

Standard Equipment: Baoh (A parasite imbedded within his body), Hand-held Lasor Canon

Intelligence: Average (Doesn't demonstrate critical thinking beyond a 17 year old). Below Average with Baoh (Operates primarily on instinct, smelling out "murder" or "tragedy", though Ikuro seems to be able to interject with very primitive human emotions)

Weaknesses: Ikuro will lose his powers if the parasite in his brain is killed. Baoh will also die after 111 days of the worm living in a hosts brain after which its larvae will leave and kill the host, repeating the cycle.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Baoh Armed Phenomenon: When Ikuro's body is attacked (such as during his near death at the hands of Number 22), it transforms by means of the Baoh Armed Phenomenon, covering its body in a protective armor that grants him superhuman abilities. As Baoh, he now gains access to a plethora of other abilities:
    • Baoh Melted Palm Phenomenon: Baoh gains the ability to secrete corrosive enzymes from his hands, able to melt through large amounts of flesh and metal in only a couple of seconds.
    • Baoh Harden Saber Phenomenon: Baoh produces two blades formed from hardened skin tissue coming out of his arms that extend his attacking capabilities. The blades can detatch from his arms and be used as projectiles by shouting "Saber Off".
    • Baoh Shooting Bees Stingers Phenomenon: Baoh's hair turns into needle-like projectiles that he can fire off, which upon contact with body heat (or any temperature equal or greater than it) begins a chemical reaction inducing the hair to combust violently.
    • Baoh Break Dark Thunder Phenomenon: Baoh's most powerful ability. His body begins to produce upwards of 60,000 volts of electricity via the same methodology as an electrical eel. Baoh most notably uses said energy in order to power his commandeered lasor canon.

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