Anime quote Nagisa And Karma, Manga Quotes, Anime Qoutes, Anime Meme, All .. This is for those who have a long distance relationship now:) Anime. Anime quote Nagisa And Karma, Manga Quotes, Anime Qoutes, Anime Meme, All anime relationship quotes Manga Quotes, Sad Anime Quotes, Depressing. Nagisa Shiota is a student in Korosensei's Class 3-E of Kunugigaoka Junior High School By the time of Karma's suspension, their relationship went back to being just . Quotes. (About Korosensei) "I might just be able to kill him. After all, this.
Nagisa was paired with Kayano, though the latter still felt the physical injuries from the fight with Takaoka. When the class confronted him after the end of the first day, Takebayashi cited personal reasons despite the bounty to kill Korosensei rising to thirty billion yen if a group took him down. Nagisa attempted to stop him but was held back by Kanzaki, who was well aware of and understood Takebayashi's intentions.
Nevertheless, Nagisa and other Class E students tailed their former classmate to ensure that he was alright and settling down comfortably.
Takebayashi later had a change of heart and discovered his motivation to kill, thus returning to Class E after destroying one of the principal's prized items. To increase the intensity of their training, Karasuma started teaching the class 'free-running', a skill where any person can use their mobility to quickly reach a goal point regardless of any obstacles. Korosensei would soon put the students's new skills to the test by playing a game of cops and robbers, where the teachers would try to catch the escaping students in a one-hour time limit.
Nagisa's group was forced to free their classmates early on due to Karasuma's inhuman abilities in catching them, using any method to make Korosensei turn a blind eye. The students won when KataokaOkanoMaehara and Mimura as the fastest students lured Karasuma away from the school, allowing Nagisa and his group to submerge themselves in the pool to prevent Korosensei known for his weakness to water from capturing them in the last minute.
After this, Shiro and Itona made their third attempt on Korosensei after framing him for actions he did not commit. Itona's failure, however, leads to Shiro abandoning the boy, leaving the class to take care of Itona who finally joins the class. Class E's Hannibal-like tactics and Isogai's leadership were able to outwit Asano's command despite the backing of four physically intimidating Western students and their goal of crushing their opponents instead, and this allowed Class E to gain the win.
Mistake and Nursery Time As the midterm exams were approaching in two weeks time, the class barely have time to train. To study and train at the same time, some of the students including Nagisa began free-running from the mountain school to the city using the trees and rooftops.
However, this gets them into trouble after surprising an old man and breaking his leg, which greatly angers Korosensei enough to slap them in their faces. To teach them a lesson and not exactly a punishment Korosensei forbids ALL of Class E to study for the mid-terms and force them to help out the injured old man. The class helps out at Wakaba Park's Nursery where the old man runs the place.
While most look after the kids or rebuild the run-down building, Nagisa takes care of a young abusive girl named Sakura who is the oldest of the kids and of elementary school age. Initially having trouble connecting with her, he soon learns that Sakura is constantly bullied on by her classmates, and thus her high rate of absenteeism causes her to fall behind in her studies. Nagisa helps her with basic arithmetic, and also teaches her how to deal with the bullying problems.
After two weeks Sakura comes back from her school happily exclaiming to a very pleased Nagisa that she came first in the math test, adding that her surprising presence distracted her bullying classmates from concentrating properly.
It was this more than the class's reconstruction work that the old man forgives the class and allows them to return back to their school. Those two weeks without being able to study cost the students greatly, with everyone except for Karma dropping in rank from the first semester exams. The God of Death Arc Nagisa and other students run into a young male florist, who earlier witnessed the old man's fall.
While the florist charms everyone, Nagisa feels oddly at ease with him. When Irina is suspiciously absent from the school following Class E's failed attempt to romantically hook her up with Karasuma, the florist shows up unexpectedly and reveals to have kidnapped her.
He identifies himself as the God of Deathdemands all of the students to come to a secluded warehouse that night where Irina is held hostage and not tell Korosensei or Karasuma. Using the special gym suits they were given by the Ministry of Defense, the students arrive at the warehouse. Before entering, however, Nagisa asks his fellow peers permission to perform the clap stun technique the same one he used against Takaoka should their rescue plan come undone. He brought along a real knife to show the seriousness of the situation.
Thinking that the hit man would recognize the technique, Nagisa proposed that he would perform the technique as a distraction while everyone else would attack when their target is too focused on Nagisa. Nagisa is defeated by The Reaper After entering the warehouse, the God of Death had trapped the class in a makeshift prison to use as hostages, However, the class was prepared for this and made their escape.
The class was then divided into three teams based on combat, rescue and reconnaissance, with Nagisa placed into the battle team.
Soon after separating, however, the God of Death appears before the battle team and quickly takes out Kayano. Seeing how fast the hit man is and with victory highly unlikely, Nagisa attempted the clap stun technique. The hit man did recognise what the boy was up to and immediately performed the technique on Nagisa first. The difference in ability and skill paralysed Nagisa and would fall unconscious, though not before witnessing the whole team get annihilated and listening to the hit man explaining about the wavelength of a person's consciousness.
After that point, Nagisa is too dazed and paralyzed from the God of Death's attack to play any further role, but he had recovered enough to witness Karasuma eventually defeat the hit man. A Time for Revolution - Nagisa's Time When Korosensei holds a career consultation for the class, Nagisa seems unable to decide on a suitable career. Before being interviewed, Nagisa silently removes a size label from Irina's newly bought clothes without her noticing, which the class notices.
Speaking with Korosensei, he tells him that he may have the talent for assassination, being able to discern people's intentions and expressions with ease, further amplified after receiving the God of Death's clap stun attack.
Korosensei, however, saw through Nagisa and reminds him that his assassination talent has only flourished due to his bravery, which is unfortunately fueled by desperation, noting that Nagisa had no thoughts about what happens to himself.
Korosensei agrees that Nagisa has the talent but not the discipline and will support him as his teacher should Nagisa wish to pursue this path despite the dangers. When Nagisa returns home, his mother Hiromi speaks about her plan to have Nagisa return to the main campus as soon as possible.
Nagisa immediately disagrees and begins state his case until he senses a quick change in his mother's mood. She lashes out at him for not wanting to follow the path she laid out for Nagisa and the boy knew that further discussion would provoke her even more. Nagisa grows even more anxious when Hiromi intends to talk to his homeroom teacher the next day. The topic of Nagisa's mother opens up in class, and Sugino notes that Nagisa's mother would react negatively to him and Karma playing at Nagisa's house.
With Karasuma out on a business trip and Irina sorely lacking the maturity to answer questions in a mock interview session, Korosensei disguises himself as Karasuma to avoid suspicion.
The meeting initially goes well until the topic of mother and child looking alike arises. Hiromi begins obsessing over Nagisa, revealing her inferior complex and control-freak nature as she prevents Nagisa from speaking all the while trying to convince Korosensei to let Nagisa return to the main campus. He tries to counter Hiromi that Nagisa should control his own life and is not a tool for her to hide behind.
Hiromi's temper erupts instead, shocking the whole class eavesdropping outside. Hiromi leaves in a rage, swearing that she will show the truth to Nagisa. Korosensei admits that he said too much, but tells Nagisa that he should take control of his own life.
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Nagisa ponders over this. Nagisa returns home finding his mother in an uncharacteristically good mood but is drugged to sleep during dinner. He wakes up at night in front of the Class E building with Hiromi standing with a fire torch in hand. Hiromi wants Nagisa to burn the place down with his own hands so that his guilt will prevent him from returning, but he refuses.
Suddenly, a hidden assassin who was targeting Korosensei disarms Hiromi of the fire torch with a whip but Nagisa stands up to him. Declaring that he wants to have a different life even if it means "graduating from his mother", Nagisa defeats the assassin with a weaker version of the clap stun technique before Korosensei arrives. While Korosensei drives Nagisa and his exhausted mother back home, Nagisa decides to use his talent to save and help people rather than for assassination, something that his teacher agrees to.
The next morning Nagisa begins easing his mother's burdens, with him starting to cook breakfast, do chores and go into a respectful high school, but on the condition that she let Nagisa stay in Class E. School Festival and Final Exam When the school hosts its annual festival, Class E is disadvantaged in attracting customers due to its mountain location one kilometre away from the main campus. Nagisa performs the role of a waiter as the class tries to sell its acorn noodles speciality, using the natural ingredients of the mountain against Class A's sponsored cafe.
Thanks to Nagisa's continued tutoring of Sakura and the kids from the nursery, they were among the first to arrive to Class E's restaurant. However, Nagisa was surprised to see Yuji Norita from the Okinawa summer vacation to track him down.
Forced to crossdress again this time by Rio Nakamura to get more money, Nagisa gives Yuji hospitality but the latter becomes increasingly suspicious as more questionable characters such as Lovro and Red Eye arrive at the restaurant invited by Korosensei.
Yuji eventually figures out that Nagisa is lying thanks to a skill he did not want to pick up. Nagisa teaches him that he can turn his weaknesses into strength and also reveals that he is male, to Yuji's shock. Seemingly depressed he refuses Nagisa's attempt to refund him and walks away. The next day the class finds their store lined up with customers, and Ritsu finds out that Yuji was behind this, having advertised the class's menu on his blog as a famous food critic.
Yuji's actions would keep the Nagisa and the class busy until they ran out of acorn noodles to sell, thereby having to close the store early and sacrifice the chance of beating Class A. Afterwards Nagisa is surprised by the visit of his mother Hiromi, who makes it up to him and allows him to stay in Class E.
She also pleads that he stays with her until he becomes an adult, which Nagisa happily agrees to. The festival ended with Class A making the most money though many note that the result could have been different had Class E who came in third overall continued to fight to the end.
In preparation the second finals exams, Gakushu Asano asks Class E to kill his father's education philosophy by monopolising the top 50 spots and give Class A being taught by the principal himself a decisive defeat. Nagisa, being one of the two best Class E students in English, helps tutor his classmates in the subject. When the exams arrive even Nagisa had trouble solving the questions during the English exam.
Despite the harsh difficulty of the exams set by the principal, the efforts of Nagisa and the class rewarded them all with the top 50 spots, thereby beating Class A decisively. End of the Semester: Truths and Revelations The end of the second semester takes a dangerous twist as Kaede Kayano launches a surprise attack on Korosensei. She reveals to have implanted tentacles upon herself and hid her massive bloodlust by making Nagisa more noticeable, as well as stating that she is the sister of Aguri Yukimura Class E's former teacher.
The next day, she attempts to assassinate Korosensei once more but the power of the tentacles was gradually consuming her which will kill her. When Korosensei asks the class to find a way to distract Kayano, Nagisa is unable to believe that everything his friend had done for the whole year was all an act.
He walks up to her calmly and negates her bloodlust with his own by kissing her. The act surprises Kayano and shocks her into unconsciousness, giving Korosensei enough time to remove the tentacles from her neck.
Seeing that the situation has changed, Korosensei tells the class of his past as the original God of Death and how meeting Aguri would influence him into becoming a teacher.
He also revealed that the antimatter inside of his body will eventually blow up, kill him and destroy the world by March if no one is able to assassinate him. Now knowing the truth, the class spent the winter break with very little activity towards planning his assassination.
Two days before the term begins again, Nagisa was among those who visited Kayano in the hospital. He apologised to kissing her on a whim to save herself which Kayano seemingly brushes off. Final Semester Schism Time: A Divided Class Still reeling from listening about Korosensei's past, the class returned to school with very little enthusiasm and with two months before the March deadline. Having thought about it during the winter break, Nagisa calls the class for a meeting after the day's end.
In the mountains, he voices out how the class feels and proposes that instead of killing their teacher, they find a way of saving him. However, Nakamura and Terasaka's group disagree to Nagisa's surprise. Nakamura states that the bond that was continually developing between assassin and target is precisely why Korosensei has to be killed while Terasaka's group observes the slim chance of coming up with a solution within two months, time which could be productively used in planning for more assassinations.
Karma is the most vocal opponent; he accuses Nagisa of becoming too confident as his talent for assassination grows and walking over others who work hard to kill their target despite not having any talent. Nagisa retorts that given everything Korosensei has done for the class, it feels right to try to save him. The argument quickly becomes violent when Karma crosses the line by insulting Nagisa's appearance and goading him to fight, escalating into a scuffle between the two close friends.
Each was pulled away from each other by Maehara, Isogai and Sugino until Korosensei himself arrives to mediate the situation. Not wanting a schism to divide the class after nearly a year of standing united, Korosensei establishes a team death match, capture the flag paintball game, where the winning team's opinion will dictate the class's next step.
Nagisa watches on as the class divides itself up and, seeing more of the students joining the red kill team than he initially thought, begins doubting about being so sure of his opinion. After joining the blue save team, Isogai allows Nagisa the freedom to do as he sees fit before the match commences, nothing that as Nagisa lacks battle strengths, it is more advisable to let him do what he thinks best than to command him.
For most of the battle, Nagisa is nowhere to be seen. When both sides are down to the last few, Nagisa comes out of hiding and ambushes Nakamura, Terasaka, Muramatsu and Yoshida as they head for the blue team's flag, completely obliterating Red team's attack strategy. Many are impressed that Nagisa had hidden behind Karasuma who was in the perfect position to referee the battle until the moment presented itself for the boy to eliminate as many as possible.
With both teams down to their last man, Karma calls out to challenge Nagisa to a one-on-one duel. Not wanting to divide the class any further, Nagisa comes out and drops his gun despite having a clear shot and Karma's close combat advantage. After reminiscing their past friendship, the two resume their earlier fight but Karma continually has the upper hand despite being disarmed and allowing Nagisa to hit him.
Nagisa pins Karma to the ground while choking him Karma eventually strikes Nagisa with an uppercut followed by an axe kick, seemingly knocking Nagisa unconscious. This proved to be a ruse as Nagisa uses the clap stun technique when Karma prepares to end the fight, though the shock is somewhat negated due to the opponent biting his tongue.
Nagisa nevertheless rises and brings out his holstered knife, and appears to allow his bloodlust to rage. However, he catches Karma off guard by throwing the knife filled with his bloodlust at him, causing Karma to deflect it and get caught into an arm choke hold, intending to make Karma lose unconsciousness. In a vain attempt to throw Nagisa off, Karma finds his discarded knife but chooses not to strike him.
Instead, he surrenders and Nagisa wins the war for the blue team. However when Nagisa proposes to find a way to save Korosensei instead of killing him, Karma is the most vocal opponent to it.
He accuses his friend of essentially rejecting everything that Korosensei did for them and would dishonor their target of not wanting to kill him. Their argument quickly turns violent when Karma insulted Nagisa's appearance and, seeing Nagisa's face as he usually looks when he feels insulted, goads his friend into fighting him. Nagisa grabs Karma in a flying triangular choke hold in self-defense but Karma's combat ability kicks in and is about to retaliate until Isogai, Maehara and Sugino pull them apart with Isogai and Maehara barely able to hold back Karma's strength.
Korosensei himself intervenes to mediate the situation, and offers the class to sort the schism out by playing a team death match, capture the flag style paintball match. Karma sides with the red team who wish to continue killing their teacher against Nagisa's blue those wanting to save him. He unexpectedly takes command of the team, ordering Chiba and Hayami take out Kataoka and Takebayashi respectively to deny the blue team tactical options from the start, ends Kanzaki's early kill streak and has the other members employ hit-and-run tactics against the blue team's defensive strategy.
As both sides have their strength cut in half, Karma ponders about Nagisa - not even their reconnaissance expert, Mimurawas unable to detect him. Noting that Nagisa will always attack at the most unexpected time, Karma also tries to remember why he was so irritated at Nagisa. At the same time when the blue team takes control of the area with only Maehara of the blue team surviving, Karma witnesses Nagisa emerge from his hiding spot and take out Nakamura, Terasaka, Muramatsu and Yoshida in an instant, obliterating their whole attack strategy.
After taking out Maehara, Karma challenges Nagisa to a one-on-one duel, and after reminiscing about their past friendship, their earlier fight continues. The two resume their melee duel but Karma's knack for combat gives him the upper hand over Nagisa.
However Nagisa was able to disarm Karma of his knife until the latter returned the favour. His beatdown of his friend, and allowing himself to get hit, makes Korosensei hypothesize that for Karma to unify the class to kill him, he has to ensure complete victory over Nagisa, and make him concede defeat.
Karma eventually knocks Nagisa off balance with an uppercut and seemingly finishing him with an axe kick. Karma retrieves his knife and approaches his foe to end the duel, until Nagisa suddenly performs the stun clap technique.
Expecting this, Karma bit his tongue to weaken the shock as Nagisa stands back up to retaliate. However the latter catches Karma off guard by throwing the knife filled with his bloodlust at him, causing Karma to focus on it and get caught into an arm choke hold, intending to make Karma lose unconsciousness. In a vain attempt to throw Nagisa off, Karma finds his discarded knife but chooses not to strike him, much like how Nagisa chose not to gun him down when Karma challenged him.
Instead he surrenders and Nagisa wins the war for the blue team. The two friends reconcile their friendship, dropping the honorifics they used for the entirety of the series in the process, though Karma still continues to tease him.
Karasuma decides the honor the agreement but on the condition that come February the class resume their original goal to kill Korosensei should they fail to find a way to save him.
Renewed Resolve Later in the month, the class came across information that could lead them to save their teacher. However they need to obtain the data by hijacking the International Space Station. The students infiltrate a launch site and delegate Karma and Nagisa to replace the crash test dummies and hijack the space station.
Launching into space, the pair successfully took control of the station but the inhabitants agree to copy their findings over on amicable terms. Karma also helped unload the supplies and was impressed enough to state that he will support an increase in the space budget when he grows up.
With Ritsu and Korosensei's help the two boys landed back at their mountain classroom. The class then learn that Korosensei would not explode in March as initially thought, that the chances of it occurring is less than one percent. Although knowing of a solution to save him, they agree to at the very least continue their original mission assigned by the government until graduation. As the entrance exams approach, Karma decides to stay at Kunigigaoka, knowing that with his academic skills he can get any job he wants and that he likes having to compete with equally academic students like Gakushu Asano.
The pair slyly confront her about it, and asked if she intended to give the chocolate to a certain someone. While Kayano tried to brush it off, Karma's photo of Nagisa kissing her immediately embarrasses her into silence. He and Nakamura decide to help Kayano pluck the courage to confess to Nagisa, though their motive was so as to psychologically torture them as their pets.
He takes Kayano to spy on other student couples for ideas. When seeing Hazama hand over her bar to Terasaka and his group, Karma lamented that he had not done so sooner as a trick, which involved the chocolate he received from Okuda.
To ensure that Korosensei did not get any love gossip from Nagisa and Kayano, Karma secretly baited their teacher with a photo of Aguri Yukimura in a swimsuit. This worked well enough to be considered to use for an assassination attempt.
After the completion of the entrance exams, Karma soon got into another fight with a couple of men. However Korosensei intervened and apologised for his student's behaviour.
Korosensei lectured Karma about not letting pride take hold in a conflict, that it was sometimes better to walk away, saying that it is a relevant skill in both assassination and in his future as a bureaucrat. When Karma, Nagisa and a few of Class E students saw Toka Yada surrounded by a group of men, Karma was quick to provoke a violent response. However he realised that the men would easily overpower them, and instead bowed down his head as an apology for his hasty judgment.
Both sides walked away with no harm on either side, and Nagisa acknowledged that Karma had indeed changed. Assassination Time, 2nd Period Five days before the deadline, Korosensei is trapped by the government's Earth Shield and would be killed by its satellite weapon on the day of the deadline.
Class 3-E including Karma were quickly captured by the same men that accosted Yada and held in isolation by the government for their "safety". However, following subtle hints from Karasuma, the class begun planning and training for their entry into the mountains. Karma requests command of the class from Isogai should they enter the mountains, which Isogai agrees. On the night of the deadline, the class escape their confinement with the aid of Irina-sensei and quickly headed to the mountain to see Korosensei one last time.
At the forest Karma took command of the class, directing the students in taking out the mercenaries one by one. After recognising one of the men who insulted him, Karma personally tortured him with wasabi, sour spices and cockroaches, so as to lure more prey.
The mercenaries' leader Houjou proved to be more troublesome as Karma rushed in to take him out but was knocked back. However the class's hit and run tactics began to wear Houjou down until Nagisa surprised him with the stun clap technique.
Karma and Nagisa both attacked the stunned Houjou together, knocking him out. The two celebrated, but Kaede notes that Houjou is still moving and Terasaka berates the two for celebrating too early. After tying the leader up, the class reunited with Korosensei inside the barrier.
Their reunion however was brutally interrupted by Shiro and the faux God of Death, who is now a tentacled monster. The two begin battling Korosensei and their superhuman powers made Karma and the class realise how helpless they are despite an entire year's worth spent on training to become assassins. To exploit Korosensei's true weakness, Shiro orders the God of Death to attack the students.
With Korosensei unable to counterattack whilst saving the students, Kayano intervenes but is quickly impaled through the chest. As Korosensei retaliates, Karma calls on everyone to run away from the fight. Graduation Time Eventually Shiro and the God of Death are defeated and disintegrated and Kayano is healed by an exhausted Korosensei, who collapses afterwards.
At their teacher's urging the entire class reluctantly pin him down by grabbing all his tentacles rendering him immobile. Nagisa volunteers to perform the assassination itself. Before dying, Korosensei conducts a final roll call, with Karma first to respond.
After Nagisa finally kills him and Korosensei disappears in particles of light, everyone starts crying including Karma. Unlike the rest of his classmates, Karma chose to remain in Kunugigaoka Institution after the graduation ceremony which he want to duel against Gakushu again for the next three years. Seven years later Karma had just passed his government official entrance exams and arrived to commence work at the Ministry of Economics, Trade and Investment.
Privately he slyly remarks to himself that this is where he'll start accumulating his wealth and continuing his ambition to become bureaucrat. Karma is capable of utilizing and leading his classmates, making use of their abilities in the most suitable way to the corresponding situation. He demonstrates this ability in bits and pieces throughout the series, such as when he planned to subdue Itona at the natural pool, but only fully begin to demonstrate this in Chapterwhere he guided each of his teammates to positions best befitting them.
Karma is one of the smartest characters in the series, being capable of maintaining top grades with little effort. He assets his cunning, mischief yet considerable objective nature to assassinations attemps, as well as other scenarios that may require it, such as saving his classmates or others. He also is often the first person to notice any oddities that may occur around and within Class E.
Besides his intelligence, Karma a knack for battle and enjoys it. He has good fighting skills such as having a high mobility and reflexes, and also has a mind suited for pranks, and foul play. He is also the physically strongest student in Class E as he has no trouble subduing Terasaka who has the most muscular build in the class, and it took both Maehara and Isogai struggling to physically restrain him before he could have injured Nagisa.
Karma is also stated by Kimura that no one could compare to Karma at direct hand to hand combat, to the point of fighting toe-to-toe with a full-fledged assassin like Grip, and his reflexes allow him to pinch down an enemy's attacks, though he isn't so stealthy as Nagisa. Karma is ranked 3rd for marksmanship, boys' side, being the fourth among all the class. Nagisa Shiota Nagisa is Karma's first and closest friend. The two of them have been classmates since their first year at Kunugigaoka and as a result, they know each other well.
The two often hang out together and seem to enjoy the same things like movies.
Karma also enjoys teasing Nagisa and often has many creative methods to do so; many of which poke fun at his androgynous appearance. Despite that, Nagisa really doesn't mind it and isn't very offended by Karma's teasing. In the official character book, it was stated that Nagisa is the only person to have visited his house. Nagisa has once stated that he envies Karma's easy-going, brilliant personality, and Karma is sometimes seen asking for Nagisa's advice or intel.
It has also been noted that Karma considers Nagisa a prodigy and has high respect for his skill, admitting to Okuda that he was a bit jealous of his friend's assassination skills. However, despite their friendship, the two never got to removing the '-kun' suffix when addressing each other until the end of Chapter Chapter reveals the history of their friendship as the two friends had a sour disagreement.
While Nagisa admires Karma for his intelligence and positive personality, Karma saw Nagisa as "a nice and honest yet harmless little animal" who he could afford to be less cautious with, thus trusting Nagisa to spend time with. This changed after Karma did not know how to respond to the mysterious feeling hiding within his friend after a surprise poke from behind that felt as though he had been violently stabbed in the back.
He described this as a 'mysterious something that he wanted to drag out of him and destroy, just to be safe'. Unable to find a way to respond to this, Karma avoided Nagisa, which caused Nagisa to believe that Karma simply became tired of 'sharing the stage' with him, particularly as Karma easily wins fights and triumphs in studies, and invitations to hang out gradually became rare.
By the time of Karma's suspension their relationship went back to being just classmates. But even so, it seems that Karma still can't avoid to constantly tease Nagisa by having him cross-dressed and express his intention to remove Nagisa's "that". In Assassination Classroom the Movie: Karma also said himself that despite fighting many people, the best fight he had is with Nagisa. Their close relationship continue even after they grew older. In Assassination Classroom Illustration Book: Graduation Time, there's a picture of just the two of them drinking beer together as adults, but Nagisa is the only one getting wasted.
In the very same picture, Karma stated that he often got Nagisa drunk so that Karma can grumble all he likes without leftover memory. Koro Sensei Main article: Koro Sensei Initially, Karma hated Korosensei like he did with all teachers due to the incident where the teacher reprimanded Karma for defending another student simply because that student was an E student.
He was ecstatic upon learning he would have the chance to kill a real teacher but failed each time and even threw himself off a cliff: However, Korosensei found a way around it and saved Karma, causing Karma to slowly respect him.
While he still enjoys teasing Korosensei and tries to kill him, Karma grows to care for him and he is one of the few people Karma listens to as he gives him good advices and understands him. Karma was even the first person to defend Korosensei when they believed he was behind a string of underwear thieves, understanding Korosensei wouldn't be that sloppy and that by doing this he would lose his worth as a teacher. When given the chance to save Koro-sensei, Karma still chose to kill him since he felt the purpose of the assassination classroom would be eliminated if there was no bloodlust, but when Nagisa finally managed to kill him, Karma shed genuine tears which he tried hard to fight back, showing how much he had grown to care for his teacher.
Manami Okuda Main article: Manami Okuda Karma and Okuda get along well. When prompted by his male classmates, Karma says he is interested in Okuda for her scientific abilities, seeing them as a way to increase the scope of his pranks. While initially afraid of Karma, Okuda eventually warms up to him and Karma, in turn, comes to trust her.
He recognizes Okuda's extreme focus on her hobbies and considers her the girl he can talk about anything with, being able to confide in her during the Test of Courage. Both consider the other to be the easiest person to talk to from the opposite gender. The two enjoy teasing and harassing each other, such when Terasaka pulled Karma into the river after the latter said he was his boss, and when Karma knees him in the stomach after Terasaka reminded him that he failed to contribute in the mid-term exams.
Rio Nakamura Main article: Rio Nakamura Rio Nakamura is often reffered to as Karma's "partner-in-crime", as the two of them often tease Nagisa Shiota's androgynous appearance; mainly by forcing him to crossdress at several points in the series. Later on, the two teased Kayano during Valentine's Day.
Tomohito Sugino Main article: Tomohito Sugino Sugino is someone who is cautious of behaviors that lead to match prohibitions and punishment for violence. Kaede Kayano Main article: Kaede Kayano Kayano was late when joined class E, which is why she asked Nagisa about Karma's reputation and violent fame.
Karma addresses Kayano with the honorific "-chan" instead of "-san" like how he refers other females in class with, "-chan" is primarily used on children or female close friends, but the fact that Karma already calls Kayano using "-chan" even since their first introduction means that he calls her like that not because he's closer with her than other females, but simply because Kayano is the shortest female in class.
On the final semester exam, Gakushu wished to extract any information about Korosensei from Karma and he was gladly willing to only if Gakushu managed defeat him in Academic battles.
On ChapterKarma stated that he will remain on Kunugigaoka by taking transfer student exam because he can display full abilities of academic as he looks at Gakushu on main building.
For Karma himself, he considers Gakushu as his worthy rival for academic because he will able to make fun competition against Gakushu, being the main reason why Karma decide to remain on Kunugigaoka for another three years.