What did kamijou Touma say?

The full quote was: “That’s right, it’s a promise. This promise is to protect Misaka Mikoto and the world around her. This is my agreement with a certain nameless person who fell in love with her so quickly.”

Is anyone stronger than accelerator?

Every super power which interacts somehow with the laws and principles of physics cannot beat the level 5 “Accelerator” esper ability. Every anime character who uses weapons to fight will also lose. Only the “Imagine Breaker” and psychic powers are able to beat the “Accelerator” ability.

Will there be Toaru majutsu no index Season 4?

A Certain Magical Index Season 4 Isn’t Confirmed There was, however, a lengthy gap of almost a decade between the release of the second and third seasons of the anime, so the lack of confirmation as of yet doesn’t necessarily mean the series is done.

Can Accelerator defeat Touma?

With the aid of Mikoto and the clones, Touma is able to defeat Accelerator.

Where does Touma Kamijou get his quote from?

First spoken in Toaru Majutsu no Index Light Novel Volume 01, more specifically, it was directed to God. The line is interchangeable with I’ll kill that illusion of yours!, referring to the kanji of the Imagine Breaker (幻想殺し), which can be translated as Illusion Killer. As long as no one got hurt, it’s all good.

Who is Kamijou Touma in Dawn colored Sunlight?

Touma is featured in the main storyline of the side story, where he accidentally meets up and takes the boss of Dawn-colored Sunlight, Leivinia Birdway, believing her to be a helpless girl, and later gets involved in a plan where he is used as a decoy by her, at the same time that Stiyl is operating in the city.

What kind of clothes does Kamijou Touma wear?

On holidays and weekends, Touma generally wears a casual shirt and pants. [citation needed]

Why is Kamijou Touma called God of pestilence?

During his childhood, he was often seen as a jinx because of the misfortune that his right hand creates and he was called “god of pestilence” by people around him. Once, a bankrupt and superstitious person blamed Touma for his own misfortunes and tried to stab him.