"I want to know more about everyone, try killing sensei more, and live so I don't leave anything unfinished."
Nagisa is a character from the anime and manga series Assassination Classroom by Yusei Matsui.

Abilities Edit

Assassination: Korosensei describes Nagisa as a "pure assassin." While his physical abilities are mediocre, he is able to perfectly mask his presence and intentions, making him an extremely deadly assassin.

Bloodlust: Nagisa possesses a very powerful bloodlust. When he allows this to be displayed, it becomes easily noticeable, and can have powerful effects on those around him.

People Reading/Discernment: Because of his experiences with his mother, Nagisa has always been good at reading people's expressions and telling if someone is lying or being dishonest. As he progresses through the series, this progresses to where he can easily read a person's state of mind by reading their expression, body language, etc. Using this, he can tell when somebody has a "gap in consciousness," or an opening in their mental state, and their "peak in consciousness," or the point when they are most easily influenced by outside stimuli. He can use this ability to sneak up on people without them noticing, to aid his Clap Stunner, and to achieve various other things as well.

Marksmanship: Nagisa is ranked fifth among the boys and seventh in the class for marksmanship.

Clap Stunner: A move in which an assassin conceals their bloodlust until the right moment, and claps with the right frequency when their target has achieved the peak in consciousness. It paralyzes the target and allows the assassin to strike. The move requires the assassin to be holding two weapons. Nagisa has mastered this move.

Kiss of Death: Nagisa is able to achieve 15 "hits" from Kaede, but supposedly shows room for improvement beyond his classmates, up to 40 "hits."

  • Physical strength: 2
  • Mobility: 3.5
  • Close-range assassination: 3.5
  • Long-range assassination: 3.5
  • Academic ability: 3.5
  • Characteristic skill: 5 (anti-human assassination)