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Monster Association

The Monster Association (怪人協会, Kaijin Kyōkai) is a group of Mysterious Beings led by Gyoro Gyoro and Monster King Orochi. Their base is located beneath Z-City.[1]

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 After its base is raided by the Hero Association, the Monster Association collapses.

OverviewEdit

Executives

Several executives with Orochi in the background

The Monster Association consists of around 500 monsters,[2] about 30 of which are disaster level Demon or higher.[3] The boss (ボス, Bosu) is the Monster King, Orochi, although the organization is actually overseen by the military advisor (参謀, Sanbō), Gyoro Gyoro. Below them in ranks are the executives (幹部, Kanbu) who are specially promoted by Gyoro Gyoro.[4]

The Monster Association is founded on the belief that one monster alone will eventually fall, but all of them together can defeat the heroes.[5][6] Many monsters believe that they are stronger than the heroes; Gyoro Gyoro has to remind them that this will be their downfall,[7] though sometimes she uses this to her advantage.[8][9] 

The goal of the Monster Association is to end the Hero Association and create a world of monsters ruled by Monster King Orochi.[10] However, most members only joined forces for the former and do not view Orochi as their king,[11] but they do acknowledge his great power.[12] The plan is to lure the Hero Association into a decisive showdown.[13] There are three primary objectives that are required to make this plan feasible:[14]

  1. Strike fear to the human population through monster rampage.
  2. Kidnapping important hostages that are vital to the operation of the Hero Association.
  3. Transform powerful humans into monsters to boost military strength of the organization.
Monster Cells

Monster Cells used for recruitment

New monsters are recruited by offering Monster Cells to strong humans, such as the martial artists of Super Fight.[15] Whoever eats the cells transform into a monster, but it has to be eaten raw.[16] Typically they are eaten one per person, as eating more can result in failure and death.[17] A Dragon-level monster born from the Monster Cells is considered a "huge success."[18] Other monsters can join the Monster Association by going to the base beneath Z-City and meet with Gyoro Gyoro.[19][20]

Disaster level is everything to the Monster Association.[21] Gyoro Gyoro assesses each member and assigns them a level.[22] The executives are monsters that earned the level of Dragon.[23][24] Lesser monsters have the utmost respect for the executives and fear provoking them.[25]

Outside of the executives, there are at least three other monsters that have reached the level of Dragon: Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame are Demon-level in their human forms,[26] and Dragon-level in their monster forms;[27] they are executive candidates but claim to not care for their ranks.[28] The monster acting as middle management, Phoenix Man, was originally Demon-level,[29] but became Dragon-level upon resurrecting.[30]

Members are not permitted to kill each other as it will weaken the organization, although Gyoro Gyoro admits that this is difficult to enforce.[31] Many of the monsters are hostile to each other. Presumably, this only applies to strong monsters since Gyoro Gyoro herself treats weak monsters as expendables and sometimes feeds them to Orochi.[32][33] Even Demon-level monsters are not safe: Orochi ate Awakened Cockroach for losing,[34] and Gyoro Gyoro used Rhino Wrestler as bait.[35] Monsters with useful abilities, such as Do-S, are somewhat protected.[36]

Vampire (Pureblood) claims to be the only Natural Type monster in the association.

HistoryEdit

Monster Association base

Monster Association's underground base

The Monster Association is an unknown group founded by Gyoro Gyoro and Orochi. The headquarters of the Monster Association was previously the home of the Subterranean People who were all slaughtered.[37][38][39]

Its leader, Orochi, defeated the martial artist Gouketsu and recruited him as a member.[40]

The ninjas, Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame, joined to kill the hero Flashy Flash.

2 years ago, Elder Centipede joined to avenge his defeat against Blast.

PlotEdit

Hero Association SagaEdit

Rumored Monster ArcEdit

Rumors spread that strong monsters have been meeting up in Z-City's ghost town and that Humans and even some Mysterious Beings were avoiding the location.[41]

Human Monster SagaEdit

Monster Raid ArcEdit

In S-City, Venus Mantrap and Junior Centipede attack a sushi restaurant where the Hero Association benefactor Narinki and his son Waganma are dining.[42] Metal Bat, who is guarding them, easily defeats both monsters.​​​​[43] Rafflesidon and Senior Centipede then emerge from the ground. Narinki and Waganma are knocked out by Rafflesidon's gas.[44] Metal Bat fights the monsters, but is slightly sedated by the gases the monster released. He manages to break out of its control by smashing his head, arousing his fighting spirit, and kills both monsters with one strike each.[45]

Moments later, Elder Centipede, a monster with threat level Dragon, emerges through the ground.[46] Elder Centipede ignores Metal Bat's attacks and goes for Narinki.[47] As Elder Centipede is about to catch the sponsor, he is struck by Metal Bat, and tries to shake Metal Bat off by maneuvering around the city.[48] Elder Centipede manages to launch Metal Bat away and continues to rampage through the city.[49] Just as Elder Centipede corners the heroes Pineapple and Mohican, who are carrying Narinki and Waganma, it is attacked by Metal Knight's missiles.[50] Phoenix Man, Sludge Jellyfish and Rhino Wrestler then corner the heroes and demand the sponsor.[51] After Garou finishes his fight with Metal Bat, Phoenix Man and Sludge Jellyfish discuss how they could use him to their advantage.[52]

Invitation Card

Monster Association's invitation card

After Metal Bat was knocked out by Zenko, Sludge Jellyfish tries to take her as hostage, but was struck by Garou. The monster was able to regenerate itself and Phoenix Man attempts to invite Garou into the Monster Association. Garou rudely declines by ripping up the invitation card. The monsters say they'll overlook Garou's rude behavior this time and promise that they will meet again if Garou continues to hero hunt.[53] Meanwhile, Rhino Wrestler fights and defeats Pineapple and Mohican, and takes Waganma hostage. The monsters then retreat after explaining how fighting Metal Knight would only be in vain for them. The monsters retreat, but Metal Knight manages to stick to Elder Centipede and follow them to their base.[54]

The Monster Association orchestrates simultaneous attacks many cities:

Fist Fight Djinn is fighting the A-Class hero Smile Man, when Bang arrives at the scene. Fist Fight Djinn attempts to attack Bang, but is mercilessly killed by the S-Class hero.[61] Meanwhile, Do-S manages to defeat many heroes and is confronted by Fubuki and her Blizzard Group.[62] Marshal Gorilla manages to defeat Heavy Kong and tells the civilians to spread the word about him.[63] Maiko Plasma and Electric Catfish Man fught Lightning Genji and manages to hospitalize him.[64] Hundred-Eyes Octopus keeps devouring buildings and easily manages to defeat Death Gatling, Butterfly DX and Bone.[65] Eyesight manage to poison Ecolo G and other heroes and fight Studless.[66] Pureblood manages to kill many civilians.[67]

Many monsters that appeared in C-City are defeated by Genos[68] and Face Ripper later encounters the hero. Face Ripper manages to damage Genos, but iss caught off guard and killed.[69] In the same city, Awakened Cockroach defeats many heroes and meets Genos in an alley.[70] On the TV, it is reported that Lightning Genji is defeated by the monsters,[71] while Awakened Cockroach manages to have the upper-hand in the fight against Genos, but is caught in an adhesive trap, though he manages to escape before being struck by Genos' blast.[72]

Do-S manages to transform all of the Blizzard Group members into her love slaves. While Fubuki is preoccupied by the love slaves, Do-S manages to pierce through her telekinesis and whip Fubuki.[73] Do-S manages to hit Fubuki multiple times and believing that she has Fubuki's mind under her control, she reveals her plan of using Fubuki to lure Tatsumaki out. However, Do-S is sent flying and attacked by Fubuki. Angered she decides to kill Fubuki.[74] When the area begins to rumble, a monster falls in front of Do-S and warns her about Tatsumaki. Frightened, Do-S orders her love slaves to distract Tatsumaki, while she escapes.[75]

Super Fight ArcEdit

The Monster Association continues their attack. Sweet Mask's concert is interrupted[76], the hospital where Mumen Rider, Tanktop Master and the Tank Topper Army are staying is attacked[77] and Nyan breaks into Smelly Lid Prison in search of Puri-Puri Prisoner.[78] At their hideout Gyoro Gyoro and Monster King Orochi are discussing their invasion and Gouketsu's whereabouts. They manages to defeat S-Class heroes like Genos and Metal Knight, whose robot is hanging in chains severely damaged and captured at Monster Association's Headquarters.[79]

Despite their success, many monsters are killed by S-Class heroes. Drive Knight easily kills some members and interrogates the last living one about the invasion.[80] Child Emperor usea Underdog Man No. 22 to fight Eyesight, but the monster is later eaten by Pig God.[81] Hundred-Eyes Octopus's destruction forces to assemble an A-Class heroes team[82], but is later blinded by Flashy Flash[83] and crushed into a ball by Tatsumaki.[84] Gyoro Gyoro worries slightly about the S-Class' powers, especially Tatsumaki, but Orochi reassures Gyoro Gyoro that it will not be a problem as they can make as many Mysterious Beings as they please.[85]

During the Council of Swordmasters meeting, called by Atomic Samurai, one of the Council members, Haragiri, transforms into a Mysterious Being by injecting himself with Monster Cells and orders the others to do the same. Atomic Samurai rejects the offer and kills Haragiri.[86] Through his robot, Metal Knight is able to spy on the discussion between Gyoro Gyoro and Orochi. When asked about their goals, Gyoro Gyoro simply tells him to watch and wait.[87] At the hospital the Tank Topper Army fights the monsters and protecst the patients and staff members. Mumen Rider struggles against Gyoffrey, but is saved by Tanktop Master.[88]

Gouketsu and The Three Crows interrupt the closing ceremony of the Super Fight Martial Arts Tournament in an attempt to transform all of the martial artists into monsters.[89] Gouketsu brings one Monster Cell for each martial artist. Rosie, Choze, Benpatsu, Hamukichi and Volten all join the Monster Association, though Rosie is quickly killed by Choze. While the other martial artists are frightened, Suiryu decides to rebel against them.[90] After Suiryu manages to defeat all of the martial artists, Gouketsu is impressed and offers Suiryu an executive position in the association. He is rejected and Gouketsu strikes Suiryu down.[91]

Gouketsu then toys with Suiryu, stomping and punching the martial artist, giving him only three seconds to recover. In an attempt to win, Suiryu asks Bakuzan, the last standing martial artist for aid, but Bakuzan instead eats several monster cells and collapses on the floor, seemingly dead. Gouketsu then orders The Three Crows to finish off Suiryu, but the Crows are later killed by Suiryu in a team effort with Lightning Max and Sneck.[92] After the Crows are killed, Gouketsu is challenged again by Sneck and Lightning Max. He easily defeats them and when Suiryu tries to leave the stadium, Bakuzan wakes up from his transformation and blocks his entrance. Bakuzan then continuously strikes Suiryu on the ground.[93]

Gyoro Gyoro uses its spy drones to watch the chaos in the city and confirms that their first objective is successful, as they also capture Waganma, the son of a Hero Association sponsor. Phoenix Man notes they lost many monsters and asks for reinforcements, but the request is denied. The monster notes that Nyan managed to recruit several new members and Gyoro Gyoro orders Gouketsu to leave the stadium, but Gouketsu refuses. Gouketsu questions Bakuzan and tells him to go with him to the Monster Association hideout. Bakuzan refuses and fights Gouketsu. Gouketsu then warns Bakuzan about his attitude and informs him of Orochi, the strongest being on Earth. He gives Bakuzan a firm warning as he leaves the stadium for Z-City, the meeting point of the Monster Association.[94]

As Gouketsu is heading towards the hideout, Saitama comes and they fight off-screen, with Gouketsu's decapitated head comes flying into the stadium and lands in front of Suiryu.[95] Free Hugger managea to injure Puri-Puri Prisoner, but the monster is squeezed to death by the hero.[96]

Monster Association ArcEdit

Elsewhere, Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame attack Speed-o'-Sound Sonic who is training in the forest. As they are discussing, the ninjas reveal they have joined the Monster Organization and with their advanced training managed to retain their human form. Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame reveal they joined the Association to rule the world, more specifically to kill Flashy Flash and ask Sonic to join them. Sonic initially refuses, but when Gale Wind demonstrates his speed after his transformation, Sonic is persuaded and takes a Monster Cell.[97] Later Sonic cooks the Monster Cell into a gourmet meal, however he doesn't transform into a monster and has an upset stomach afterwards instead.[98]

In W-City, Marshall Gorilla still wanders around the streets, feeling unsatisfied by his threat level being Tiger and wants the Hero Association to change it to Demon. Zombieman is following the monster and wants to gather as much information about the organization and its hideout. Marshall Gorilla then spots someone on the streets and is surprised to see Armored Gorilla, who is shopping for groceries. Marshall Gorilla feels angry that Armored Gorilla "sided" with the humans and attacks him only to be easily defeated.[99]

In A-City, Destrochloridium takes control of an association member and takes one of Gyoro Gyoro's drones so they could declare war on them. He kills one of the association members before being killed by Superalloy Darkshine.[100] In Z-City, Gyoro Gyoro gines a speech to the monsters and Orochi decides to eat Awakened Cockroach for failing to kill Genos. Orochi wants to kill Do-S as well, but decides not to, since Gyoro Gyoro stated her powers are useful. When they noticed Gouketsu's absence, Gyoro Gyoro uses one of its drones,[101] only to find Goukestsu's headless corpse.[102]

While Garou is being attacked by Genos, Bang and Bomb, some of the Monster Association's members arrive to save him, but are swiftly beaten. Phoenix Man swoops in and saves Garou and Elder Centipede caused mayhem.

Elder Centipede then attacks and overwhelms Bang, Bomb and Genos, before being killed by Saitama. Meanwhile, Phoenix Man escapes with Garou. At the Monster Association base, Garou wakes up and encounters Monster King Orochi, Gyoro Gyoro, Royal Ripper, Bug God, G5 and many other monsters. Garou is offered an executive position under the condition that Garou kills a hero within a day. He leaves to do so while being tailed by Royal Ripper and Bug God. After tailing him, Royal Ripper and Bug God deem Garou to be unworthy and attack him. Due to Sludge Jellyfish holding Tareo hostage, Garou is stabbed to the point of unconsciousness. Tareo is taken back to the Monster Association and thrown in the same cell as Waganma. Gyoro Gyoro reprimands Royal Ripper as the Hero Association will attack soon and they need to be focused on the coming battle.

Various monsters such as Maiko Plasma and Electric Catfish Man were discussing their battle. Phoenix Man, after discussing Orochi's proccess of monsterization with Gyoro Gyoro, contemplates on becoming the Monster King. Do-S is training the mind controlled mercenary. Hellfire Flame and Gale Wind are training against each other. Pureblood drains another monster dry of blood for not walking out of his way. Devil Long Hair is talking with another monster while Pureblood looks on in disdain. Nyan is chatting with the monsterized prisoners from the Smelly Lid Prison. G5 collects Metal Knight's head and throws a monster at The Great Food Tub. Garou wakes up from his injuries and heads towards the Monster Association base. Meanwhile, Child Emperor nearly finishes the location the Monster Association base.

Garou kills any monsters he comes across and saves Tareo from Royal Ripper by killing the monster. Garou eats a monster's arm to replenish his lost blood. They come across Overgrown Rover and quietly escape only to run into Showerhead, Unihorn and Super Mouse. Garou fends them off but attracts Overgrown Rover's attention. The three monsters are killed by Overgrown Rover and Garou engages it in battle. Garou is blasted to the floor Gyoro Gyoro resided. Garou is immoblized by Gyoro Gyoro's psychic power. Gyoro Gyoro tells Garou the secret of overcoming the Limiter by repeating experiencing death and overcoming it as was the case with Orochi. Gyoro Gyoro plans to use Garou to create the ultimate monster. Garou refuses and plans to hunt Gyoro Gyoro and destroy the Monster Association. Orochi intervenes and overwhelms Garou in their battle, knocking him out.

Later, the Hero raid on the Monster Association base takes place. Several monsters, including Evil Eye and Rhino Wrestler are sent to kill the invading heroes, but they are killed.

Flashy Flash encounters and kills Hellfire Flame and Gale Wind. Flashy Flash loses his Locator during the battle and follows a random path. Child Emperor finds the decommissioned Metal Knight unit. He searches the robot's database and finds the location to Waganma's cell. As he leaves, Child Emperor encounters Phoenix Man and shreds the monster. Child Emperor saves Waganma and the hero kills Sludge Jellyfish. While leaving they run into G5 whom they retreat from. During their retreat, they come across Phoenix Man's corpse. Phoenix Man's resurrection activates and he returns fully healed and stronger with a disaster level of Dragon. Child Emperor is forced to summon his ace weapon, Brave Giant to battle. Their battle resumes with Phoenix Man getting stronger with each new resurrection. Phoenix Man reveals his new ability to resurrect the dead to fight and brings back the Subterranean People, Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame to fight. While the Subterranean People are incinerated, Gale Wind and Hellfire Flame are brought back to life after being electrified by Brave Giant. Child Emperor defeats Phoenix Man by sneaking Tickle-Tickle Bug 1 into his suit and causing the monster to rip apart his costume. With his powers lost, Child Emperor ends Phoenix Man.

Zombieman is killing any monsters he encounters and is led to Pureblood. After a grueling 30 minutes, Pureblood lays defeated. After defeating the remaining monsters, Zombieman leaves to carry on his mission. Pig God encounters and devours The Great Food Tub. The Disciples of Atomic Samurai encounter Do-S and the mind controlled Narinki's Private Squad. Their battle is interrupted by Sweet Mask who takes control of the battle and tells the swordsmen to leave. As they leave, they encounter Pig God in the middle of digesting The Great Food Tub and decide to take another route. The swordsmen encounter Devil Long Hair and they battle.

Meanwhile Puri-Puri Prisoner is battling some monsters. Puri-Puri Prisoner encounters the demon-level monster Vacuuma who can absorb monsters and use their powers. Despite this ability, the hero defeats the monster. The Smelly Lid Prisoners who were monsterfied confront Puri-Puri Prisoner to kill him but the hero mistakenly believes they were bewitched by the Monster Association. Nyan attacks Puri-Puri Prisoner but is put off by his strange personality and opts to run away. Puri-Puri Prisoner gives chase and accidentally kills almost all of his fellow inmates.

Superalloy Darkshine os in battle with Bug God, resisting every of the monster's attacks without retaliating. When Bug God mockS Superalloy Darkshine for this, the hero counters by stating the monster fell below his expectations, and adds that he, Tatsumaki, and King are not to be angered. Bug God, offended by this, eventually assumes a more powerful form and attempts to defeat the hero, only to be crushed by a single of his attacks.

Meanwhile, Saitama encounters Overgrown Rover and easily fends the monster's blast and sends it flying with a single punch, causing a loud tremble that goes noticed by the heroes and the excecutives alike. Nyan, shocked by this, attempts to sneak attack Saitama, only for his attack to have no effect. Realizing the risk of fighting Saitama, Nyan quickly retreats.

In another place of the headquarters, Tatsumaki encounters Gyoro Gyoro, who boasts the organization's goal to create a world of monsters and engages her in combat, first by trying to overpower her by crushing her in compacted debris, to no avail. Tatsumaki rips a chunk of Gyoro Gyoro's body with a single psychic blast, prompting the monster esper to assume a more powerful form and trying to pin her with 300-fold gravity, which proves to be in vain as Tatsumaki rips Gyoro Gyoro's body, and realized said body was a meat puppet. Desperate, Gyoro Gyoro pleads to Orochi for help, only to her cry for help to go unheard as Orochi's attention os diverted to Saitama.

Orochi mocks Saitama and tries to attack him, only for his blow to be intercepted, and for him to finally realize the previous impact was Saitama's doing and recognizing him as a dangerous threat to be eliminated. Saitama crushes one of Orochi's appendages and later easily dodges one of his fire blasts. As Overgrown Rover os nearby recovering from the previous impact, Orochi commands him to kill Saitama, only for the canine monster to flee in fear upon recognizing who overpowered it. As Saitama effectively admitts he beat up Overgrown Rover, Orochi inmediately realizes he was behind Gouketsu and Elder Centipede's deaths, and feeling a long-unfelt excitement, Orochi unleashes all his power on Saitama, while boasting about it, which annoyes Saitama. The ensuing battle's ripples are felt throughout the heatquarters and the entirety of Z-city, as Atomic Samurai fends one of Orochi's astray blasts, Fubuki and his group to guard from another, the city landscape to be leveled, and a large subterranean area to be pierced in a clean line from another blast. Saitama easily rushes towards Orochi and kills him with a single normal punch. As he died, Orochi wonders about feeling terror for the first time.

Gyoro Gyoro, through one of her drones, finds Orochi dead and tries to find the one responsible in order to devise countermeasures, only for her drone to be crushed by Saitama. Tatsumaki finishes what is left of Gyoro Gyoro's body, only for a a humanoid figure to emerge from its remains, who Tatsumaki recognizes.

Elsewhere, a monster posing as Waganma tries to fool a fearful King into following him to a trap, only to melt in fear itself upon mistaking King's meek stance as an intimidating stance.

The battle between Atomic Samurai's disciples and Devil Long Hair eventually endes as the monster's weak point, his hair, is cut short. Elsewhere, Atomic Samurai easily cuts through monsters and eventually encounters Sword Devil Executioner, whose blows are easily blocked by the hero and easily falls to him. G5 engages Atomic Samurai after collecting data in order to copy his abilities. Despite being initially evenly matched, Atomic Samurai cuts through G5, though the robotic monster's core is intact and eventually escaped. As Black Sperm is chasing Tareo, he is stopped by Atomic Samurai through a slash.

As both hero and monster mock each other, Black Sperm's body bulges over and forms a large, muscular arm, only to be cut by Atomic Samurai, but another Black Sperm generates from the severed arm and the main one to sprout multiple heads which are cut by the hero; however, multiple Black Sperms grow from the severed parts and even more after being cut again, which eventually begin overwhelming Atomic Samurai blow-by-blow. The hero briefly regains ground by focusing his atomic slashes and disintegrating every Black Sperm in a molecular level, but while trying to escape he is met by a bulky Black Sperm who overwhelms him again, so after the Black Sperms split again Atomic Samurai retorts to slice the ceiling in order to crush them.

Zombieman notices the rumble caused by Atomic Samurai's slashes and shows concern about the status of the battle, when suddenly Homeless Emperor sneaks on him and attacks him with a barrage of light blasts. As Zombieman survives the executive's attack, the hero tries to attack him, only for Homeless Emperor to blast his head and later his heart, and block a point-blank shot. While Zombieman regenerates, he tries his trump card, but is evenly matched by the executive. As Homeless Emperor relates his backstory and how he got his power from "God", he prepares to finish Zombieman.

Elsewhere, as Sweet Mask wonders about how the battle consumes time on his schedule, he finds the devices which nurture the Monster Cells and destroys them. But is later ambushed by Fuhrer Ugly. As the monster states he hates heroes like him, Sweet Mask recognizes the monster as an Ugmon and states he cannot win against him.

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After Saitama defeats Garou, the organization collapses. Psykos is taken prisoner. Homeless Emperor is killed by "God". Pig God digests Evil Natural Water. So far, Black Sperm and Black Rover, who are currently living as Saitama's pets, are the only surviving members of the organization.

MembersEdit

*There are also numerous unnamed regular members.

Webcomic and Manga DifferencesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The idea of the Monster Association being previously the home of the Subterranean People was a suggestion by a fan on stream.[104]
  • In both the web-comic and the manga, the Monster Association mirrors the Hero Association.
    • In the web-comic, the Monster Association has 17 members, which is the number of S-Class heroes in the Hero Association.
    • In the manga, the Monster Association has around 500 members, which is roughly the number of pro heroes in the Hero Association.[105]
  • Monsters who are not a part of the Monster Association are sometimes referred to as freelance monsters by members of the association.[106]

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