Over the course of its three seasons, Mob Psycho has introduced a number of brilliant espers, but these characters are the most compelling ones. Every anime season has just the right amount of plot and action, making it simple to watch the entire season. While the tale may be based on a typical middle schooler, the anime series has some of the most powerful and well-known characters.
Most of these characters are espers, endowed with extraordinary abilities. Each esper possesses a unique skill that makes them valuable in a variety of circumstances. Some characters, though, have skills that are entirely unmatched by those of the other characters. These characters have the ability to destroy entire cities if their power is not restrained effortlessly. The list looks at the most powerful characters to appear in the tale thus far.
Tsuchiya belonged to the Scar Claw Upper Echelon. The persons who had challenged Ryo Shimazaki and fallen short left a scar. Their scar served as a sort of badge of honor. However, this scar was a warning that they would be destroyed following world dominance.
Tsuchiya has a special talent for controlling Ki. She has mastery over Ki, which helps her build and effectively utilize her muscles. She combines martial arts with this talent, which makes her quite exceptional!
Mutoe belonged to the Scar’s higher echelons of the Claw. His unusual appearance makes him stick out. His personality is likewise rather dysfunctional. He doesn’t give a damn about what people think of him. He delights in torturing others and is an ABSOLUTE SADISTIC!
Naturally, his psychic skills also have a connection to torture. He can practically torture people to surrender to his will by using his abilities to penetrate their brains and show them some truly absurd scenarios (Chapter 36 of a manga).
If applied appropriately, this talent can be quite useful. However, he is unable to battle from the front because he lacks any offensive maneuvers.
The next Strongest Character in Mob Psycho 100 on this list is Nozumu Hatori. He belongs to Claw’s Upper Echelon’s Ultimate 5. Nozomu is a member of the Ultimate 5 and has incredible strength and abilities.
He frequently boasts about his status as an Ultimate 5 and takes great pride in it. Well! His abilities aren’t actually made for conflict. He has a special ability to manipulate signals. His Telekinesis is his most powerful ability. He has incredible control over vehicles including cars, ships, and airplanes.
Nozumu Hatori makes a good backup because he can also block electrical signals. He still fights, despite the fact that his abilities prevent him from doing so.
When it comes to judgment and critical thinking, Hiroshi is not that brilliant. The way he lives his life is quite simple. Even now, I’m baffled as to how he was able to join Ultimate 5.
Hiroshi, in contrast to other characters, relies on raw powers rather than telekinesis or other powers. He uses his psychic abilities, though. They can help him build more muscle. He essentially has control over his brain and continues to tell his muscles to expand. Hiroshi becomes INCREDIBLY powerful as a result of his muscles becoming swole. He only needed one punch to get past Dimple’s toughest defense. He is obviously not a true gym bro!
Megumu Koyama, the most irresponsible member of Scar, is renowned for his all-muscle, no-nonsense demeanor. He would do it without hesitation, even if it meant mercilessly beating a child with his bare fists.
Koyama’s only option in battle is to use his raw strength to pound his opponents in the face and knock the life out of them. His physical abilities are strengthened to a more fearsome level as he unleashes his psychic powers. Koyama is able to cut through strong psychic barriers with merely his lethal strikes after activating his Telekinetic Helix.
Lord Psycho Helmet
After Dimple chooses to give up his aspirations to take over the globe and gather more followers, Lord Psycho Helmet, the sole non-human entity on this list, proves that he is not to be trifled with.
By diminishing God Dimple’s energies and pushing him to his limits while they are engaged in combat, Lord Psycho Helmet demonstrates his incredible psychic might.
Even after God Dimple became god-level, Lord Psycho Helmet surpassed Dimple in strength through the use of countless clones, chlorokinesis, and mass hypnosis, as well as other strategies.
God Dimple was forced to destroy the Divine Tree and give his life in order to safeguard Mob and his followers because Lord Psycho Helmet is so powerful.
Matsuo is reputed to be one of the strongest and most powerful espers. He was formerly a part of the Claw’s reputedly elite “Scar” section. His great interest in keeping bad spirits as pets and naming them after sweets has led to his being labeled as odd.
To make them obey his every order and carry out his will, he catches these spirits and feeds them with his power. These spirits are the foundation of Matsuo’s psychic powers, which he employs in various ways. The strengths of each spirit range from the weakest to the strongest.
Dimple was a powerful spirit with the capacity to inhabit the bodies of others. This talent was useful since it enabled him to start various cults. Dimple’s power rose to amazing heights after she fused with the Divine Tree.
He was able to mesmerize everyone in the city, which was a powerful demonstration of his abilities. Dimple’s physical assaults were also boosted by the Divine Tree’s strength. He was able to battle Mob for a little length of time despite the Divine Tree constantly draining Mob of energy.
Toshiki Minegishi, an esper who is also a member of Claw, was first presented in season two’s World Domination Arc. Espers are likely to be incredibly skilled psychics, as is the case with any Claw member, and Toshiki Minegishi is no exception.
The majority of the organization’s members have faced extremely strong opponents at some point or another, and in his own fight with the three loyal men Sho set up against him, the strength of this character was immediately apparent when he held them all captive in his plants and defeated them almost right away once he got serious.
Another person we initially believed to be bad was Sho Suzuki. He ultimately proved to be a HERO, though. He aimed to put an end to his father and defend his city.
Sho Suzuki shares his father’s extraordinary talent for storing psychic energy and using it as needed. He’s like a battery! including other Espers, he is capable of using fundamental powers including telekinesis, light manipulation, and counter. Charge Bomb, his most potent assault, was the culmination of three months’ worth of energy storage.
Many people have different theories as to who will prevail in a fight between Teruki and Sho. Some people think Sho will win, but we think Teruki will prevail in the end. Teruki has a lot of experience fighting Mob, and despite having a fever, he competed with Shimazaki in skilful combat and even kept God Dimple busy.
Teruki is now more collected and composed as a result of all of these experiences. His capacity to pick up new skills like pyrokinesis, fragokinesis, multi-layer barriers, and even out-of-body cloning has made him stronger as well. The fact that he can use two of his skills at once is even more astounding.
He is introduced to viewers as Mob’s younger brother who lacks Mob’s telekinetic powers when they first meet him. Ritsu initially seems to dislike his big brother because of his abilities. His powers, albeit inferior to Mob’s, were subsequently made known, despite their inferiority.
Ritsu has extremely mild abilities at first compared to the majority of the other espers we encounter. But as time passes, Ritsu’s skills develop and he gets stronger. Unfortunately, Ritsu doesn’t criticize espers for utilizing their powers against people when required, in contrast to Mob.
Roy Shimazaki was formerly a member of the Claw and the Ultimate 5. He is first introduced in season two. Roy’s strength as a character was established fairly early on during his introduction. He doesn’t even attempt to fully utilize his talents as he beats a squad of many tiers of Scars with ease.
Shimazaki is a tremendous force when he actually fights back, one-shotting his opponents with a simple punch and effortlessly dominating the characters he meets. Being an Esper has turned out to be a huge benefit despite his blindness, which would otherwise be a severe battling drawback. Shimazaki is aware of the forces and motions in his environment, and only Mob’s aura can make him feel really threatened.
Katsuya Serizawa is yet another villain whom Mob has turned into a hero. He was initially a part of the Ultimate 5, as well as the Claw. He currently works at the Spirits and Such Consultation Office for Reigan. Katsuya claims that because Mob and he both thought their powers were strange and wished to get rid of them, they were pretty similar.
He has a purple psychic aura, and curiously, his weapon of choice is an umbrella. Well! Most espers don’t carry weapons with them. Through this umbrella, Serizawa is able to direct his energy and use it in whatever he pleases, including as a shield. He can deflect Suzuki’s 3 percent attack with his umbrella. He was recognized by Suzuki as the Ultimate 5’s strongest member.
Keiji Mogami, a spirit of evil, was formerly an esper. In his esper days, Mogami was regarded as the “Greatest Esper of the 20th Century.” Keiji was able to cast out any form of spirit because of his might. After he passed away, Keiji became a spirit and developed new skills, which put Mob in grave danger.
Keiji has the ability to place his adversaries inside a mind-controlled environment. Keiji was able to delay Mob for a considerable amount of time using this skill. He could torture his opponents with the wicked spirits he had acquired, which only made the situation worse.
Toichiro, the capo of the criminal group Claw, has access to a large number of other espers. He acknowledged being able to absorb the powers of his followers as he was battling Mob. Like Sho, he has the ability to retain psychic energy and release it as he pleases.
Toichiro can also impart his skills to others, even those who aren’t espers. He might use this method to summon an army at his disposal.
Shigeo Kageyama alias “Mob”
The strongest character in the entire franchise is Shigeo Kageyama, also known as Mob. We’ve met a lot of powerful espers before, like Toichiro and Mogami, but none of them could compete with him. You lose if he gets to 100% before you do!
He may appear to be a shy and helpless young man, but he is actually incredibly powerful. His influence is endless. He hasn’t demonstrated any sophisticated psychic powers, such as the ability to teleport or change gravity, to our knowledge. He is supported by RAW STRENGTH.
However, Mob dislikes using his abilities. He desires to live a typical human life.