Kuin Hachisuka (蜂須賀 九印 Hachisuka Kuin?) is a student and part-time villain serving the Villain Factory in the spin-off Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals. With her Queen Bee Quirk, she possessed Tamao Oguro, the daughter of Knuckleduster.
Kuin is a young girl wearing a school uniform. One of her eyes is hidden by her hair and an eye-patch. She also wears dark nail polish.
Kuin is a cheerful girl who is described as strange by her own friends.
This cheerful attitude is, however, nothing more than a farce. In reality, she is a ruthless villain who does not seem to care about the destruction caused by the victims of her bees. She is also extremely manipulative and enjoys toying with the emotions of her potential victims.
She seems to be very fond of her bees which she calls her "babies."
By utilizing Trigger she sacrifices some control over her host body in order to achieve more strength, giving Tamao Oguro back some control.
Kuin notices Pop☆Step and asks Koichi Haimawari, who was with Pop☆Step, to take a photo of the two of them. After thanking them she runs back to her friends who were waiting for her. While she is admiring the photo a bee suddenly appears and disappears behind Kuin's eye-patch. She then runs away after claiming that she has to go to work.
Kuin takes her eye-patch off and releases a plethora of bees with strings containing the Trigger drug and they proceed to sting random citizens, turning them into monsters wreaking havoc in the city. The Impromptu Villans are quickly subdued by the Heroes. Kuin met up with Teruo Unagisawa while the attack was taking place and suddenly starts bleeding out of her eye because someone squashed one of her bees. Teruo and Kuin then continue to walk into a back alley.
Later as Kuin is shopping, her Trigger supplier calls and tells that she should pick her targets more carefully, focusing on those with strong wills and potential. That night, she offers Trigger to a drug addict and encourages him to use his enhanced power, which he does by trying to smash her, but she dodges the strike and continues encouraging him before leaping away.
The next day, Kuin is sitting in a cafe and on the phone with her supplier. She questions if they should take care of the three vigilantes that keep interfering, but the supplier points out that they receive real battle data without involving Heroes or the Police Force. After the call, Kuin is approached by a man, who asks if she is "Honey." Complimenting his appearance, she takes him by the hand and leads him outside.
She later allied with Stedhal to get rid of the vigilantes. He betrayed her by attempting to stab her eye, but her bees catch the knife.
Queen Bee: Kuin's Quirk allows her to call and command worker bees which can attack and sting people. Kuin can enhance her bees' stingers by attaching items to them such as Trigger. Kuin's Quirk gives her a wide range of attacks, as she was able to use her plethora of bees to inject Trigger into dozens of people simultaneously. When her bees are killed, the damage is reflected in her body, as shown when Knuckleduster crushed one of her worker bees and Kuin's eye started bleeding and she felt pain.
Electric Eel: After regaining control over Tamao's body - who had been injected with a sample collected from Teruo Unagisawa, Kuin was able to use Electric Eel as a second Quirk, trying and failing to use it to restart her host's heart.
- Bomb Bee: Using the Queen Bee Quirk, Kuin can create Bomb Bees, highly explosive bees that detonate when ordered to. Creating even a single Bomb Bee takes a toll on the host.
- In the kanji in Kuin Hachisuka's name ku "九"(lit.nine) in "印" (lit.stamp, seal, mark, imprint, symbol, emblem, trademark, evidence, souvenir). In her surname Hachi "蜂" (lit.bee, wasp, hornet), su "須" (lit.mandatory) ka "賀" (lit.congratulate, greet, celebrate).
- Kuin's favorite food is honey toast.
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 5 (p. 18).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 23 (p. 1).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 5.
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 6.
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 24 (p. 1-13).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 5 (p. 19-21).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 5 (p. 31-32).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 26 (p. 4).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Chapter 23 (p. 7-10).
- ↑ Vigilante - My Hero Academia: Illegals Manga: Vol.2.
|Chapters||0 • 1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 6+α • 6+β • 7 • 7+α • 8 • 9 • 9+α • 10 • 11 • 12 • 13 • 14 • 15 • 16 • 17 • 18 • 19 • 20 • 21 • 22 • 23 • 24 • 25 • 26 • 27 • 28 • 29 • 30|
|Vigilantes||Koichi Haimawari • Knuckleduster • Kazuho Haneyama • Stendhal|
|Heroes||Tensei Iida • Team Idaten • Enigma • Christopher Skyline • Shota Aizawa • Toshinori Yagi|
|Impromptu Villains||Soga Kugizaki • Moyuru Tochi • Raputo Tokage • Mario Kugutsu • Akira Iwako|
|Others||Kuin Hachisuka • Makoto Tsukauchi • Naomasa Tsukauchi • Shoko Haimawari|