Dude, in that setting they would've wiped their a$s with his hero application when they saw his kill count, or any kill count, regardless of how much they like him, later on they might have started thinking the guy had a point and even then they would've still wiped their a$s with his hero application, but now becouse he's clinically insane. I liked Bullet before, its true, and he didn't really change, he just did the same thing he did from the start, but seeing how he never attemped to stopped his ways at any point and everyone seems to let it go (including me), together with his outburst that got more common as it went along, his "Suicide by Villain" attempts, his speeches about how exited he is about murder and how much his life sucks, it got me thinking "Why would they be okay with this?", as a reader i don't care, its entertainment, but if i was in the same room with that guy i would probably want to leave. Fast. So no, i don't believe the "Rules Sticklers" Japanese cast would be okay with him even if he saved their lives, they definitevely wouldn't want him to get a Hero license either no matter how much they like him, someone that doesn't know or understand restrain when told to probably doesn't deserve a Hero license, at least in that setting. In a more realistic scenario he would've stayed a Vigilante and eventually be hailed as the "Dark Knight", quite literally "The hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now", someone that people don't see eye to eye but can understand or even respect but can never accept, railroading the story to make him a hero has to fundamentally change all the characters into being okay with crazy muderman even in the events where there was a relative peace going on, which i don't see happening.
Since the author is pinning one star reviews, here's mine. The premise of someone normal training only his body and combat techniques in a world with super powers is fine, many heroes without any kind of super constitutions in the original work can tank hits that would turn any normal human into chunky salsa. Aizawa for example can jump 3 meters in the air, get hit by some guy with hulk tier strenght and NOT become fine red mist on contact and is basically an anime ninja in all but name. Add to that the absurd science fiction technology of the show, there really isn't much of a reason why some "normal" guy in that world without a quirk couldn't become a hero if he puts the effort in it besides the "It would make other heroes look bad in comparison" reason, but that's besides the point, the point is that the premise could totally work. The reason it doesn't work is becouse the MC is both a nice optimistic guy that's very likeable and also rabid dog hellbent on destruction, and the longer it goes the less excuses you can make for the former because of the latter. There's absolutely no reason why he, a person that probably has a body count in the 4 digits by now, should be outside a psychiatric ward, or just jail, specially in a world where everyone is obsessed with morality, law and justice. The reason he gets away with it for most of the novel is becouse... they like him better? At some point it starts to read like excuses you would hear from “Pit Mommies” after their pitbulls start mauling mailmen and eating babies, here's a dramatic interpretation of the first 100 chapters Some Hero: "BULLET, STOP EATING THOSE VILLAINS RIGHT THIS INSTANT!" Bullet: *Sad Puppy Eyes* Some Hero: "Awww, i can't get mad at you, but don't do it again, okay?" Bullet: * Does it again for another 100 chapters* Later on he gets WORSE, his multiple personallities merge and he starts speaking in what i can only describe as "Cocaine Addict Speak", he can not stop talking IN ALL CAPS about murder and violence and how much he HATES society, the hero system, villains, his lot in life. Everyone that likes him just, kind of, ignores it, even if the only topic of conversation he can muster now is murder. Everyone that dislikes him is just there to get humiliated and to point out that he's quirkless and therefore less than human. That's another thing, i don't think there ever was any kind of discrimination against quirkless except for Hero related jobs, quirks are basically irrelevant for most of society becouse its ILLEGAL to use them without a hero licence outside some very mundane activities, some people even lost their quirks and it was seen as a tragedy, being quirkless is a very "Unfortunate" event, its pittable, its the same as being a cripple or having some other disability, it would be like saying society today has this huge grudge against people in wheelchairs or people with Down's Syndrome, its just nonsense, even the people that feel unconfortable around them would still fake smile to pretend to be civil, even more so in a society that worships super heroes. Those are the 2 main points why it doesn't work, characters personalities twist and bend to acomodate this MC that can not stop killing people.
Why did you change your mind?
I spend my stones the moment i get them, so when i saw no new chaper i thought "Oh, good, the guy finally got to sleep today"... and then you made 15 chapters again...
Honestly, its not a big deal, right now he's going toe to toe with Eraserhead and he already can arguably dab on most pro-heroes without his quirk, with some gadgets he could still be on the top 100, for a "Super Cripple" that's a huge deal, in a time of peace he would be a one of those inspirational "Success through adversity" stories, if all heroes had to be able to defeat AFO enemies to qualify then... there would be only All-Might in the association
These are MHA humans, if f*cking Knuckleduster can endure punches that can tear down buildings while quirkless then he's not human anymore, MHA "Humans" are not human
Its hard to say to be honest, with fanfiction i don't think there's a problem but with novels its muddy, sometimes nobody will know or even care that you do anything with it but if its popular enough you will probably be asked to stop so they can make another translation and profit from it, i don't know if you could even get sued over it, qidian (and the chinese gov./corps in general) use whatever laws are convinient to them to make money, as innocent as you might be you could get fined if you don't ask permision, even if you asked permision you still could get sued becouse there was no contract, like i said, its really muddy
The most inteligent pirate in the world right now
Not a bad idea but they're probably more violent/unruly in this world than in the regular pokemon world instead of just naughty