Please believe that I'm not handsome!
It's a bit different. Twice can make something similar, but if his real body is dead, he will die. On the other hand, if one of Mineta is dead, as long as the other is alive, he is okay. In other words, two of his body is the real him. There's no difference, except he can only exert 80% of his physical ability. You can say that he is like a Hydra but only has two heads.
He is number five or six if I am not wrong.
It's like Filvis Challia from Damachi, though. If Filvis's power will be halved by using this ability, Mineta's strength will only be reduced by 20%. In other words, he can only use 80% of his power, but this is enough, right?
It's for a double identity instead of something that you imagine, you little pervert.
Regeneration can also become null if the user is beaten by their opponent faster than they can regenerate, whether that's through punches, fire, or disintegration. Also, if the user's body is not properly prepared, the regeneration process can also become a lot slower. No. 13 stopped her Quirk, so Nomu could use his super regeneration. Only if the wound is cauterized that it won't work.
Yes, but it is a necessary process, and you will see what I will do in two chapters.
It means he is Nobita from Doraemon.
I am not sure either, but let's just watch since I give him rewards randomly.
Empress is the wife of the Emperor. It is as simple as that. By the way, if you don't know, Japan has an Emperor. It is like the Queen in England.
My bad. I can't help it.
I learned it in Kyoto aside, what are "Nanomachines, son," and "Hashirama Cells"?
Er... helicopter isn't cheap. Instead of a helicopter, isn't it better to use an off-road car? Well, it will be a great vacation house, but in my opinion, I want to make a mountain theme park. Watching the sunrise and sunset from a high altitude. Enjoying warm food and drinks, talking near the bonfire. Eat the freshest foods. Many others. Many others. Anyway, he doesn't have money now, so it is better not to mention this matter.
That's true. Compared to real estate in the city, especially in Japan, it is cheaper. When you buy a mountain, especially in a deep place, it is rather cheap. After all, when you get to a mountain, you can only either cut down the timber or pick up the wild plants or beasts. Leaving wild plants and beasts since they aren't worth much, the timber business in this country is declining, especially when one can get it cheap from Russia (If I am not wrong). It is also a long process since the only wood you can sell is around 30 years or so old. If the shape is bad, the price will be even lower. Anyway, it is a bad business in this country. His intention to buy one is for something else.
The hero is a civil servant.
I expect it to be like this, though.