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Summary

Myōga (冥加, "Divine Protection") is a flea yōkai who was a servant of the Inu no Taishō until his death, and then acted as a servant for Inuyasha, providing him with information on current events, foes, and the shards of the Shikon no Tama.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 10-C. Potentially 10-B

Name: Myōga

Origin: InuYasha

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Flea yōkai, Grave protector

Powers and Abilities: Size Manipulation via Blood Consumption, Inflation, Healing via Poison Digestion, Stealth Mastery, Resistance to poison, Enhanced Jumping, Information Gathering, very limited Possession

Attack Potency: Below Average level (Myōga is about seven millimeters in height). Potentially Human level (Can increase his size to 2 meters long)

Speed: Normal Human

Lifting Strength: Below average

Striking Strength: Below Human Class

Durability: Below Average level. Potentially Human level

Stamina: Average

Range: Standard melee range

Standard Equipment: None notable

Intelligence: Above Average (has strong survival instincts, possesses many valuable information)

Weaknesses: Is sort of a coward (shown by fleeing from any danger), has arthritis

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Blood Consumption: As a flea demon, Myōga drinks the blood of living creatures - human and yōkai; doing so greatly increases his size to the point he's the size of a human child.
  • Poison Digestion: Myōga has, when it is needed, sucked poison out of his allies, the poison he has drank appears to have no effect on him.
  • Enhanced Jumping: Myōga seems capable of jumping extremely high as shown when was able to he reached Miroku, who was high up in the air on Kirara.
  • Information Gathering: Due to his small size and connections, Myōga can get information on just about anything he want whether by eavesdropping on people or hearing it from a friend.

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