Kayoko Huang Edit
Kayako Huang
Character Info
Kanji 火代子黄 (カヨコ・ホァン)
Romaji Kayoko Huang
Gender Female   Female
Status Active
Technical Info
Type Third Generation
Professional Status
Affiliation Special Fire Force Company 6
Occupation Surgeon
Rank Battalion Commander
Manga Heroes Assemble

Asclepius Staff

Kayoko Huang (火代子黄, Kayoko Huang) is the Battalion Commander of Special Fire Force Company 6.

Appearance Edit

Kayoko is a tall female with boyish short-black hair and light eyes. She dons the Special Fire Force jacket and metal-neck protection, with a cloak that reaches down to her waist. Instead of the Special Fire Force trousers, she wears black trousers and black high-heels. When in the 6th Company Barracks, she wears a white lab coat over darkly coloured shirt. Kayoko wears a surgical gown, gloves and mask when performing an operation.

Abilities Edit

Kayoko is a Third Generation, who can use her Ignition Ability which takes the form of a caduceus to amplify the regeneration of the body by accelerating cell division. In doing so, she can cure diseases, heal wounds, treat diverse symptoms, and in the case of treating someone who is a Third Generation, can use their own flames to increase the time of regeneration and to eliminate their pain instantly.

Plot Edit

Preacher Pursuit arc Edit

Kayoko, alongside the other seven Battalion Commanders and Fire Officers of the Special Fire Force, attends a meeting with Raffles III, where Adolla Burst and the issues involving Spontaneous Human Combustion are discussed.

Netherworld arc Edit

After defeating an Infernal in the streets of Tokyo, Kayoko returns to the Special Fire Fighting Defence Clinic 6, astonished to see that Special Fire Force Company 8 have arrived at her office asking for help with recovering Shinra, as he had been stabbed through the chest by Haumea. Kayako then tends to the boy's wounds using her Ignition Ability. The operation is a success and Shinra wakes up three days later, matching with Kayoko's predictions[1].

References Edit

  1. Chapter 87, Page 17