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Hiro Hamada and his buddy, a huggable robot named Baymax, are flying into theaters in 3D The Stars of 'Big Hero 6' Are Ready for Their Disney Parks Debut I will be devastated if I don't get to meet Baymax this summer. Hiro Hamada is the protagonist of Disney's animated feature film Big Hero 6 . He is a fourteen "Hiro and Baymax Meet and Greets". Disney Parks Blog. Can you reconstruct the conversation between Hiro Hamada and Baymax when they first meet in the movie Big Hero 6? Test your knowledge.
He has fair skin, brown eyes, and messy black hair. His eyelashes and eyebrows are somewhat thick, and his eyes are a rounded almond shape. When he smiles or opens his mouth, a gap in his teeth can be noticed along with a slight overbite. Hiro's super-suit is made of primarily purple with red accents and black armor, with black clothing underneath that covers most of his body up to his knees, and steel-toe black sneakers.
On his suit are red magnetic pads, used to carry onto Baymax's armor for transportation and battle purposes.
The Baymax meet-and-greet moves to Epcot, kicks out pal Hiro
Hiro's super-suit received a few alterations in the TV series. His sneakers have been replaced with black steel-toe combat boots, the pockets on his belt are obsolete, his black pants fully cover his legs and his visor is transparent orange. Powers and Abilities Unlike the rest of the team, Hiro's armor lacks any real ability, as his true power lies within his genius. As mentioned above, however, his suit enables him to hold onto Baymax with magnetic pads whenever the robot takes flight, with him aboard, as well as partial protection from destruction.
The magnetic pads can also be used to deflect or attract metallic objects. His helmet is also equipped with a communication device, enabling him contact with the rest of the team members despite their distance, if any.
With his vast intelligence, Hiro has the power to create various new concepts and inventions, often varying in scale, from a small, yet powerful, battle bot, to a state-of-the-art super suit. Not only was he able to "upgrade" both himself into a crime-fighting vigilante, but also Baymax, as well as his four closest friends, creating a series of powerful battle suits with various powers and abilities; making them a force in their own rights. Other inventions notably created by Hiro include the Microbots which were primarily used throughout the film as Yokai's source of powerBaymax's original battle suit which was equipped with karate actionprogramming chips capable of enhancing for better or worse the knowledge and personality of a robot, and Baymax himself, whom the boy genius was able to recreate in every little detail at the end of the film.
In pictures of Hiro and Tadashi, it is implied that Hiro knows martial arts, though he is never shown using martial arts in battle. Appearances Big Hero 6 A subtly cocky Hiro calmly engaging in an illegal bot fight. On one particular night, Hiro takes part in an illegal bot fight against champion Yama and leaves the battle victorious. Out of spite, Yama and his goons try to attack Hiro, but the latter is rescued by Tadashi.
Though they escape Yama and his thugs, the two brothers, along with everyone else involved in the illegal bot fights, are caught by the police and arrested. Hiro and Tadashi are released that same night on account of Cass, who takes them home, scolding them along the way.
The two are able to bypass punishment, but a frustrated Tadashi scolds Hiro on his bot-fighting obsession, wanting him to put his intelligence to better use. Hiro scoffs at the idea and makes an attempt to go to another bot fight. Tadashi offers a ride, but instead takes his brother to his school, the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology.
There, Hiro meets Tadashi's closest friends: After meeting the team, Tadashi takes Hiro to his lab, where he introduces him to Baymax —a squishy white robot programmed to be a personal healthcare companion and created as a means to heal the sick and injured.
Tadashi explains that Baymax is programmed by a special healthcare chip which, according to him, makes Baymax who he is. Hiro presents the Microbots.
After the introduction, the two run into Professor Callaghana world-renowned robotics expert, mentor of Tadashi, and Hiro's personal idol. With the help of Tadashi, Callaghan cunningly convinces Hiro to enroll in the institute. According to Tadashi, the school holds an annual convention, where up-and-coming geniuses are meant to showcase new creations.
Those who impress Callaghan are accepted into the school. After a long period of work and planning, with the help of Tadashi, Go Go, Wasabi, Honey, and Fred, Hiro creates the Microbots —miniature robots capable of forming anything that comes to mind through the use of a telepathic transmitter. Hiro's presentation thoroughly impresses both Callaghan and famous tech-guru Alistair Krei.
Krei offers Hiro vast wealth in exchange for ownership over the Microbots, but Callaghan interferes by accusing Krei of using technology for selfish reasons, advising Hiro to deny the offer. After some consideration, Hiro takes Callaghan's advice and refuses to sell the Microbots.
A frustrated Krei leaves the scene while Callaghan congratulates Hiro on his success by granting him admission into the school. Hiro looks upon the horrific damage. Afterwards, the Hamada brothers walk off for alone time; in during which, Tadashi congratulates Hiro on his success, proud to see him use his genius for bigger things in life. Suddenly, the school's fire alarm goes off, prompting Tadashi and Hiro to rush to the chaos.
There, they see civilians escaping the showcase hall, which was mysteriously set ablaze. One woman informs Tadashi that Callaghan is still inside the burning building, prompting him to go in after the professor.
Hiro tries to stop Tadashi, but the latter rushes inside in a desperate attempt to save his mentor. Hiro tries to follow, but the building violently explodes before he could, killing Tadashi and presumably Callaghan.
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As a result of Tadashi's death, Hiro falls into deep depression. Cass tries to comfort her nephew, but to no real avail.
As such, Hiro remains alone in mourning within his room, ignoring both his aunt and friends. He also disregards his acceptance into San Fransokyo Tech and instead looks to rejoin the bot-fighting scene.
One day, Hiro stubs his toe and accidentally summons Baymax, who offers healthcare assistance. She is sarcastic and bluntly talks about her boss and his company. Mochi - Hiro and Aunt Cass' overweight calico cat. They care deeply for their pet cat, though he can occasionally be a nuisance. She works under Mr. In the series, she is credited as Yama's Assistant. She wanted to be a bot-fighter, but grew up to be a pilot for Krei Tech. An accident left her lost in between dimensions and in suspension.
Abigail is rescued by Hiro and Baymax and hospitalized. Frederickson was once a superhero named Boss Awesome, but settled and had Fred whom he let into his past secret. He travels the world on exotic exhibitions and appears to possess super strength.
Frederickson Susan Sullivan  - Fred's wealthy socialite mother who is embarrassed by her son's antics, but loves him nonetheless. She was initially embarrassed by how people perceived her and her family, but later learns to deal with it. Known for his somewhat pompous delivery. They get their power from an electricity orb,  but also have wristbands that are powered by a special cell battery.
She never speaks and is always disappointed with something.
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Frederickson, he was old back when he fought him. He is offended that not a lot of people remember him and is apparently behind on the times. He is also not that smart as he thought Wasabi was Fred. She considers herself the best chef and wanted to take down Cass when she was winning the cooking competitions. She is mostly out for herself and tends to sever ties with her employers.
He later learns humility and asks for his knives back from Cass when she beats him. He distrusts technology to the point that he considers Baymax a menace. Mel Meyers John Ross Bowie  - A scientist working under Krei and who also despises him for misusing his creation; the Buddy-Drone, a bodyguard robot that he had built to be used for surprise parties.
He is socially awkward and apparently has a slight crush on Cass after briefly meeting her. Sparkles Patton Oswalt  - A maniacal and egotistical game show host who prefers his own fame over anyone else's. He kidnaps Hiro and Cass' cat Mochi after his unexpected internet fame.