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Overview

Homeless Emperor (ホームレス帝, Hōmuresu Tei) is a Dragon-level Mysterious Being and an executive member of the Monster Association.

AppearanceEdit

Homeless Emperor is a disheveled-looking human male. He has long unkempt black hair and an extended goatee and has bags under his eyes. His shabby outfit consists of a dark tracksuit along with a pair of fingerless gloves, a tattered cape tied around his neck, and a small crown on his head.

PersonalityEdit

Before becoming Homeless Emperor, he was a kind and simple blue collar worker who was eager to work at his new job. He didn't even resent his boss for making for scapegoating him on accounts of company larceny which ruined his life. As a hermit, Homeless Emperor always had a mellow outlook on life and loved staring up into the clouds while frequenting the park grounds. He found that the cloistered ways of man paled compared to the vast enormity of mother earth, and seemed to gain a profound connection with nature.

However, after gaining this new perspective on the nature of the world, Homeless Emperor suffered a crisis of consciousness after realizing how deviant his species had become and how unbalanced the humans' relationship with nature was. Homeless Emperor found himself disgusted by how he had once cooperated with this ugly society. The revelation left him suicidal just to find an escape from his current reality. However, once Homeless Emperor met "God" and gained his powers, he found new purpose. He developed a messiah complex, believing it to be his divine duty to exterminate mankind in order to save the planet and bring balance to nature. He believes himself above the lesser dealing of humans, feeling man should be wiped out due to their cancerous and narcissistic way of life. He also becomes rather arrogant and egotistical, believing that he alone is capable of killing all the S-Class heroes and smugly taunting Zombieman during their battle.

HistoryEdit

Homeless backstory

Homeless Emperor before getting fired

Homeless Emperor was once a raw recruit at a company day job, but he ended up getting fired after a new employee welcoming party due to being accused of sexual harassment. This was after the fact that his manager forced him to parade around naked during the festivities. With the loss of his occupation he was eventually kicked out of his house and became a homeless bumpkin.

Despite this setback, Homeless bore no enmity towards his wrongful accusers and found a certain serenity towards life as a globetrotting hobo. One day however, he came to an epiphany about how the racial parasite called humanity had foolishly wasted time bastardizing all of the world's majesties for shallow, stupid, superficial reasons. Finding so much shame in his races actions, he was on the verge of becoming an autophobic death seeker just to return to the macrocosm that he grew to love and that they, modern civilization, had betrayed.

About a month ago during his existential crisis, said Homeless man was approached by an enigmatic divine entity, whom he claims to be "God", that gave him his incredible power of summoning energy spheres. After a brief talk with "God" when he received his gift, he took on a new name and ended up desiring the eradication of all humanity from Earth to fulfill his "divine task".

PlotEdit

Human Monster SagaEdit

Monster Association ArcEdit

Homeless surprise

Homeless Emperor surprises Zombieman

Homeless Emperor is first seen meditating in preparation for the upcoming battle with the Hero Association.[1] He is later summoned with the other executives of the Monster Association before Orochi by Gyoro Gyoro.[2] In this meeting Gyoro Gyoro gave them instructions on which S-Class hero each executive should target for optimal battle results. He is also seen later feeling the impact from Saitama's punch on Overgrown Rover.[3]

Homeless Emperor eventually encountered Zombieman, sneaking up on him while he was distracted by the sounds of Atomic Samurai and Black Sperm's battle. He proceeded to give the hero trouble by hitting Zombieman with so many explosions that his regeneration ability couldn't keep up and he couldn't fight back. Zombieman then began to distract Homeless Emperor by getting him to explain his backstory in order to buy his body more time to regenerate.

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Moments later, Tatsumaki uprooted the Monster Association headquarters and Homeless Emperor emerged from the ruins on the surface, ganging up with the other Monster Association executives against Tatsumaki. He tried then to hit her with a full-power attack, but Tatsumaki shielded herself with her powers and, much to Homeless Emperor's surprise, took no damage.

When Bang joined the fight and slaughtered Fuhrer Ugly and Gums, Psykos contained him with her telekinesis while Homeless Emperor incapacitated him with a powerful blast. Moments later King showed himself, standing alone against the remaining executives: Homeless Emperor, Psykos, Evil Natural Water and Black Sperm. Homeless Emperor tried to make the first move, but just as he was about to attack King advised him that, since the headquarters was in ruins, he had to pay attention to the loose rocks under his feet in order not to fall. Homeless Emperor took it as a metaphoric way of saying that he was powerless against King, and that even a four-on-one fight would be no problem for the strongest man on Earth. This thought left Homeless Emperor in a state of shock, and his hesitation made the other executives uncertain about attacking King as well.

Eventually Fubuki arrived and took on Psykos, so Homeless Emperor decided to take the initiative on attacking King once again. While he was thinking of a good way to attack the most powerful man on Earth, Zombieman caught him by surprise by attacking him from behind. He pinned him to the ground, pointing out that now Homeless Emperor couldn't attack him with explosions without catching himself in the blasts as well. The hero then started interrogating him on the nature of his powers, but before Homeless Emperor could say anything he experienced a vision where he was in a giant field with God looming above him. God expressed its disappointment in Homeless Emperor before taking back his powers, killing him in the process and causing his body to disintegrate from Zombieman's grasp.

Abilities and PowersEdit

As a high-ranked member and a Dragon-level Mysterious Being of the Monster Association, Homeless Emperor is an extremely powerful being. Even though he's decently fast and possesses a hugely destructive power, Homeless Emperor is not suited for close quarters combat since his body is that of a regular person, and as such, has a much more difficult time with quick hand-to-hand battles.

Physical AbilitiesEdit

Homeless Emperor blocks bullet

Homeless Emperor quickly blocks the bullet fired from Zombieman's Desert Eagle with his energy sphere.

Enhanced Speed & Reflexes: Homeless Emperor possesses increased speed and reflexes, being able to quickly react and dodge attacks. He was able to counter point-blank gunfire from Zombieman by using his energy sphere to block the bullet.

Enhanced Stealth: Homeless Emperor was able to approach Zombieman and take the hero completely by surprise when he announced his presence.

Supernatural AbilitiesEdit

Homeless Emperor Power

Homeless Emperor conjures his energy sphere for battle.

Energy Projection: Homeless Emperor is able to summon energy spheres which are capable of great destruction, an effect not too dissimilar to the power of Vaccine Man. These spheres explode upon contact. He is also shown to be able to use the energy and blast it from his fingertips. These spheres can be used defensively to destroy incoming projectiles.

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The spheres are comparable to miniature suns and were powerful enough to not only cause Zombieman to admit Homeless Emperor's superior strength, but also temporarily knock Bang out of commission, who had just finished killing two dragon level monsters with ease. However, they weren't powerful enough to penetrate Tatsumaki's psychic barriers; even at their full power.

Major Battles Edit

Participants Chapter(s) Episode(s) Result
Zombieman vs. Homeless Emperor 112, 113 None Ongoing
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Original WebcomicEdit

Participants Chapter(s) Episode(s) Result
Homeless Emperor vs. Zombieman 64, 67 None Win
Homeless Emperor, Black Sperm, Psykos, Gums, Evil Natural Water, Fuhrer Ugly vs Tatsumaki 71, 72, 73 None Win
Genos vs. Homeless Emperor, Gums, Evil Natural Water, Fuhrer Ugly, Black Sperm, Psykos 71, 72, 73 None Win
Bang vs. Homeless Emperor, Gums, Fuhrer Ugly, Black Sperm, Psykos 72 None Win
King vs. Homeless Emperor, Evil Natural Water, Black Sperm, Psykos 73, 74 None Interrupted by Fubuki and Zombieman
Homeless Emperor vs. Zombieman (Round Two) 74, 79 None Loss

Quotes Edit

  • "But when I stared into the sky, the hatred for my boss and other such things no longer seemed to matter; for the Earth is greater than any man-made structure, and the sky is brighter than any man-made light. Humanity is but one insignificant existence on this great Earth. My home is grander than any other mansion - it is this very Earth."[4]
  • "The deviation from the ecosystem that mother Earth had built up, the foolishness of the selfishly prospering humans within their self-centered rules... I could not believe the reality that I had lowered myself to serve such foolish trash! I wanted to resist. To allow my body and soul to escape this ugly, cramped, foolish world that humans had created from shallow thinking, and to return to nature and reach true coexistence with mother earth, death was the only choice... it was then that "God" appeared before me."

Trivia Edit

  • Murata has stated that the energy balls Homeless Emperor uses are the same as Vaccine Man and Choze's.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 89, page 68
  2. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 94, page 150-151
  3. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 106, page 24
  4. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 113, page 23
  5. One-Punch Man Stream; 24/2/2017

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