In the film, Hiro and Baymax's relationship starts off a little rocky, as Baymax seems to only remind Hiro of the death of his older brother. However, Baymax insists on helping Hiro through his emotional troubles, and Hiro eventually grows fond of him, eventually allowing him to fill the void left by Tadashi's death. Hiro trains Baymax to be a superhero, and Baymax continually comforts the boy, even after Hiro's thirst for revenge nearly drives him over the top. In the end, Baymax is willing to give up his "life" so that Hiro can safely make it out of Yokai's portal. Luckily, Baymax leaves Hiro his healthcare chip (i.e. his very identity), and he rebuilds the robot.
Hiro and Baymax are evidently very close in the movie, and most fans like to continue their relationship after the events of the film. Most of them like to keep their relationship as a platonic one, but others consider their relationship to be romantic. Many fans ship this couple platonically (meaning to have non-romantic love). This revolves around the fact that they are seem to be very close in the movie, especially in the middle and towards the end. While romantic Hiromax does have a loyal fanbase, platonic Hiromax seems to have more followers.
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