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Which Assassination Classroom character are you?

Which Assassination Classroom character are you?
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Hey everyone! Do you like Assassination Classroom? If so, you will love today’s quiz! Answer twenty questions and find out what character in this series you are!

Assassination Classroom is a Japanese science fiction comedy manga series written and illustrated by Yusei Matsui. The series follows the daily life of an extremely powerful octopus-like being working as a junior high homeroom teacher, and his students are dedicated to the task of assassinating him to prevent Earth from being destroyed. The students are considered “misfits” in their school and are taught in a separate building; the class he teaches is called 3-E. It was serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine from July 2012 to March 2016, with its chapters collected in twenty-one tankōbon volumes.

In North America, the manga has been licensed for English language release by Viz Media. The anime series has been licensed by Funimation. The series was obtained by Madman Entertainment for digital distribution in Australia and New Zealand. An original video animation (OVA) adaptation by Brain’s Base was screened at the Jump Super Anime Tour from October to November 2013. This was followed by an anime television adaptation by Lerche, which aired on Fuji TV from January 2015 to June 2016. A live-action film adaptation was released in March 2015, and a sequel, titled Assassination Classroom: Graduation, was released in March 2016.

As of September 2016, the Assassination Classroom manga had over 25 million copies in circulation. Both anime and manga have been received positively.

Earth is left in jeopardy after an enormously powerful tentacled creature suddenly appears and destroys 70% of the Moon, leaving it in the shape of a crescent. The creature claims that within a year, he will destroy the planet next. However, he offers mankind a chance to avert this fate.

In class 3-E, the End Class of Kunugigaoka Junior High School, the creature starts working as a homeroom teacher where he teaches his students regular subjects, as well as the ways of assassination. The Japanese government promises a reward of ¥10 billion to whomever among the students succeeds in killing the creature, whom they have named “Koro-sensei”. However, this proves to be a highly unachievable task, as he has several superpowers at his disposal including accelerated regeneration, visual cloning, an invincible form, and the ability to move and fly at Mach 20. He is also the best teacher they could ask for, helping them to improve their grades, individual skills, and prospects for the future.

As time goes on, the situation gets even more complicated as other assassins come after Koro-sensei’s life, some coveting the reward, others for personal reasons. The students eventually learn the secrets involving him, the Moon’s destruction, and his ties with their previous homeroom teacher including the true reason why he must be killed before the end of the school year.

The series is narrated by Nagisa Shiota, one of the students in the class whose main strategy in killing Koro-sensei is making a list of all his weaknesses over time. At first, Nagisa appears to be one of the weaker members of Class 3-E, but he later emerges as one of the most skillful assassins in the class.

An original video animation based on the series was produced by Brain’s Base for the Jump Super Anime Tour and shown in 5 Japanese cities between October 6 and November 24, 2013. It was bundled with the 7th volume of the manga, which was released on December 27, 2013. An anime television series based on the manga began airing on Fuji TV on January 9, 2015, and ran for 22 episodes. The anime television was directed by Seiji Kishi at Lerche, with Kazuki Morita as character designer and Makoto Uezu as the lead scriptwriter. An OVA episode was included on the first BD/DVD volume released on March 27, 2015, following a screening at Jump Special Anime Fest in November 2014. The anime had been licensed by Funimation, who simulcast the series as it aired and began a broadcast dub version on February 18, 2015. Following Sony’s acquisition of Crunchyroll, the series was moved to Crunchyroll. The first opening theme is “Seishun Satsubatsu-ron”, while the second opening theme is “Jiriki Hongan Revolution”; both are performed by 3-nen E-gumi Utatan, a 5-member group consisting of the characters Nagisa Shiota (Mai Fuchigami), Karma Akabane (Nobuhiko Okamoto), Kaede Kayano (Aya Suzaki), Yūma Isogai (Ryota Osaka), and Hiroto Maehara (Shintaro Asanuma). The two openings were released as singles on February 18 and May 27 respectively. The ending theme is “Hello, shooting star” by Moumoon.

Assassination Classroom, written and illustrated by Yusei Matsui, was serialized in Shueisha’s shōnen manga magazine Weekly Shōnen Jump from July 2, 2012, to March 16, 2016. Shueisha collected its 180 chapters in twenty-one tankōbon volumes, released on November 2, 2012, and July 4, 2016. A VOMIC (voiced comic) version, which added voice clips to the manga pages, was featured on the Sakiyomi Jan Bang! variety show between January and June 2013. In North America, the series was licensed for English release by Viz Media. The twenty-one volumes were released between December 2, 2014, and April 3, 2018.

Which Assassination Classroom character is your favorite? And which one of them resembles you the most? Answer twenty questions and see who from this series is your alter ego.

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There are 20 questions.

What can you get as a result?

Koro-sensei, Nagisa Shiota, Kaede Kayano, Karma Akabane

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