Welcome to True Path, an alternate universe My hero Academia RP set BEFORE the actual Series! We are at the beginning of the establishment of Hero society, come join us and help us create the wold of My Hero Academia.
Nov 24: Tokyo 5 News: Drugs Busted!
A drug bust provided an unexpected boon tonight when the number nine hero Ultra Violet managed to rescue the young victim of the criminal gang Night Howl safe and sound whilst raiding the gang’s headquarters in Tokyo.
Nov 8: Tokyo 5 breaking news!: Eternity revives from the ashes! Oracle is now known as Malware?
Oct 18: Tokyo 5 news: Dust Devils Protest Concert Takes Over Tokyo Stock Exchange
U.A. Highschool, sometimes called Yuuei is the first hero academy introduced to the world and as such has drawn in a large number of students from all over the country and beyond. Whether you are a teacher or a student, this is the place where you'll spend a good part of your day.
The Musutafu shopping district offers quite the array of wares. There is the marketplace itself, which has open stalls with fresh fish, meat, agricultural produce and the like. Behind the marketplace itself, is a street with common shops for clothes, tatoos and more exotic standout wares.
The suburbs of Musutafu are the home of many U.A. Academy students, teachers as well was their families and a myriad other people living in the city. Here one can find all sorts of abodes, from simple student apartments all the way to mansion-like houses.
The sandy Dagobah beach is one of the main attractions of Musutafu, both for locals and those visiting the city. The beach offers opportunities for swimming, sunbathing and relaxation. It also makes for a decent training spot when the number of visitors decreases as the day comes to an end.
Kabukicho is a large 'red-light' district in the slums of Tokyo. It's home to thousands of restaurants, karaoke, clubs and bars. It's also home to a wide variety of underworld establishments that attract weirdos and gangsters en masse. It's the type of neighborhood where it's not surprising to see riot police walking casually down the street.
Most Tokyoites don't hesitate to go to restaurants or izakaya in the area. However, they certainly wouldn't want to live anywhere near Kabukicho.