It is graduation day. Ochako's goal to provide for her family is just about complete. She decides that now is a good time to let Izuku know how she feels, but with each passing second, she raises doubts.
Two years after graduation, Ochako is tasked with taking on the next big case at the Ryukyu offices - finding and capturing a mysterious villain adept at fast mass murder and then disappearing like a ghost. Ochako expects this to be daunting, not just because she is charged with mentoring the new intern through this, but because she must also work closely with an estranged friend she finds she still has feelings for.
People sure do love origin stories. You know, that long journey the hero makes to prove himself to the world, proving he can be trusted to answer the calls of victims. The good guy beats the bad guy and all that jazz. Sure. It's all great cinema. Can't say I'm not a fan myself. Unfortunately, this story isn't anything like that. I was the bad guy. A little shit on the best days, a monster on my worst, I wasn't known for anything good and that's how I liked it. No one was rooting for me, save for one stubborn girl that sacrificed everything to save me from a life spiraling into hell. I guess, in that way, this is the origin story of both Revital and Krow.
Ochako finds herself stuck between intern and mentor on a strange, midday emergency.
It's been a year and a half since Ochako's promotion to Pro-Partner at the Ryukyu Agency, and life seems good, despite the distance wedged between her and Izuku's loving relationship. Success, friends, and a great partner make for a quasi-paradise while he's away. But when the office is tasked with a missing person's case, the team quickly finds themselves chasing down a crime ring centered on trafficking people with feral quirks. Against old wounds, Ochako will stop at nothing to free the people trapped on display, and keep her partner from becoming ensnared as well.