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What happened to "Disease" and "Hunger" and stuff? Who's to say Stark and Lilinette aren't just armed with slightly-better-than-average katana, something like .. Everybody you know who has some kind of relationship with this friend feels. Main article Coyote Starrk Main article Lilynette Gingerbuck Here you can discuss the Most of the Espada seem to have an antagonistic work relationship if anything. He seems more the type to retreat or realize Aizen is the real problem. Orange (Bleach ED 15)- Stark and Lilinette 9. Velonica (Bleach OP 9)- Tia Hallibel Hitohira no Hanabira (Bleach ending 17)- Appaci, Mila Ros and Sunsun.
You could say the same about Kenpachi or Ichigo. Aizen knows precisely where the intruders are, and has an entire army of arrancer at his command, ten members of which are able to give the protagonists a run for their money, why is he holding back?
Well, he's currently down by 5 Espada and he really can't spare the others because he needs them for his invasion of Karakura Town. He also knows that any arrancar below Espada-level wouldn't stand a chance against the protagonists, so it would be a waste to send in troops when they could be used elsewhere. Put in the words of Xykon"Well, now that my entertainment needs for the next few weeks are met, let's see what [these Ryoka] are capable of".
Aizen specifically ordered the Espada to leave them alone. Everyone going out to fight are technically disobeying orders. Why is Aizen evil? The afterlife sucks and he's trying set up a Utopia last I checked He mentally abused Hinamori, which takes him across the Moral Event Horizon.
He works with Hollows who are Always Chaotic Evil due to being insane spirits that eat people. All we know about his idea of a Utopia is that he's in control of it, which doesn't necessarily make it better than Soul Society. No, wait, you're right, he's a completely well meaning abusive, self centered, power obsessed, double crossing, twerp. The Great Desert Bros. Can we just say he's probably going to end up a Well Intentioned Extremist and leave it at that?
They aren't exactly what you call your average hollows though, considering their spoilerific past. One might argue that Arrancar are actually good guys.
After all, instead of eating good spirits they eat other hollows. Do you mean menos in morphing stage? Because arrancar eat what they want to eat - remember Yami eating the souls of living humans And I never see them to eat hollows, it's what gilian morphing stage and adjuchas do, not arrancar generally. When did Aizen ever say he wanted to create a Utopia? He just wants to be God. He's openly stated more than once that he considers everybody but himself to be expendable, why would he waste his time making the world a better place for other people?
Why do all the Hollows and Arrancar use Spanish so much? Going by Chad's arms, are Hispanic people more naturally predisposed to being consumed by loneliness postmortem, or something? Maybe the first Hollows were Mexican or something. Hispanic Mexicans are a relatively new culture for something like that, especially since they've been fighting Hollows for at least years in the Soul Society.
Then again, Spanish is one of the dominant languages in the world - it was either English, Mandarin, Hindi, or Spanish, I guess, and Spanish won. Spanish has been spoken in Spain since shortly after the fall of the Roman Empire. That's why the language is called Spanish and not Mexican.
Maybe Hollows were speaking it first, and the Spanish just copied them. Or maybe they just thought it was a cool language and decided to start speaking it. The Hollows seem to have been inspired by imagery used in Dia de los Muertos. It could be that they spoke Nahuatl originally, and switched to Spanish when Mexico was conquered by Spain. Tite Kubo said that he chose Spanish for the hollows because he thought it sounded "haunting and beautiful.
That's a real life Headscratcher. Do you mean like puns, when a Spanish word happens to sound just like an unrelated Japanese word? Or do you mean the annoying quirk of the Bleach Wiki to write things like: Kanji characters in manga are usually printed with furigana beside them, small phonetic characters that show the correct pronunciation and make reading easier for young people.
Bleach and other manga take advantage of this for stylistic purposes. Instead of writing out their nifty foreign-sounding attack in phonetic katakana, they'll shove the katakana off to the side in the furigana just to show how to pronounce it, while the attack is "properly" written using kanji that represent the meaning of the words.
The best example I can think of besides Bleach is Slayers, where they like to write the magic spells with big kanji, but the magic words used to pronounce them aren't Japanese at all.
Everyone thinks Aizen is more powerful than he really is. Most of the people who fought him were either powerless Rukia or exhausted Ichigo, Byakuya, Komamura. Aizen left before anyone else could actually fight him that long. So when he finally dies, don't be surprised if he loses quicker than expected. Komamura was not exhausted. The only sort of exertion he could have had before facing Aizen was blocking one of Kenpachi's attacks, which did nothing but shatter his helmet.
Aizen took out a fresh Hitsugaya and Komamaura both in one hit. He even said that the spell he used was not at it's full power. Ichigo had just come off a victory from Byakuya, who is a strong captain in his own right, and was healed by Orihime. Yet Aizen blocked his sword effortlessly and sliced him nearly in two. Aizen is every bit as powerful as people believe. And he hasn't even revealed his Bankai yet. Actually, Ichigo hadn't been healed by Orihime yet. There's no reason to believe he wasn't at least somewhat healed considering the state he was in after his fight with Byakuya.
The blood was all gone and he didn't look the slightest bit hurt other than a bandage on the side of his face. Compare right after he fought Byakuya when he stated he couldn't even stand. You see him walking away from the execution hill supported on Ganju, so it's clear he hasn't fully recovered. The bandage was on his face during his fight with Byakuya, presumably from his Bankai training. I think Orihime didn't heal him because they were desperate to catch up to Rukia, and didn't think they'd have to fight another captain.
It's important to note that Aizen's First Release ability is Illusion. I'd be perfectly willing to bet that nobody has Ever fought Aizen, seen him in years, or spoken with him Ever. I've been working on the assumption that his Perfect Illusion thingy simply makes you and everyone else Believe he stopped you in one hit, made the real him or army of mooks, or whatever invisible and that's what injured you. After all, if you're in a perfect illusion, how the hell do you ever know what's happenning AT All?
Actually, since one of the requirements for falling under his illusion is seeing the moment he releases his Shikai, Ichigo's fight with his was very real. It becomes a plot point even Unohana states that as the only captain-level fighter who hasn't seen the Shikai, he's the only one who can reasonably expect to land a hit on Aizen. God I wish this were true Aizen effortlessly took down the entire Gotei 13, and the Vizards. Actually, no the hygyoku didn't power him up until his fight with isshin, yoruichi and urahara, his strength was the same when fighting the gotei Honestly aizen is overpowered he only should have been as strong as the other captains up until the hygyoku powered him up with all those forms THEN he would have been super powerful.
Why didn't Yammy just, I dunno, fly? If you're talking about Chapterhe was knocked out and severely injured by Ishida's spirit mine. The shock should be enough to stop him from using his powers and making him plummet all the way to the basement of Los Noches.
Don't worry, he'll get better and he'll be pissed. Indeed he has just fallen few minutes ago being at chapter and probably will return up soon. Does soon mean six chapters later? Because that's how long it took. Apparently, his falling speed is slower than Ishida's elevator technique. Maybe he landed shortly before that and just happened to smash his way into Rukia's fight with Rudobon at that moment.
Also, people can only fly in the human world, unless they have an artifact. Ichigo "flew" stood on the air in Soul Society when he rescued Rukia, and both Ichigo and Grimmjow "flew" during their last battle. Why are the ghost characters able to fly? Flying is a simple matter of applying spirit energy to screw the laws of physics that we humans are bound by.Kyoraku vs Starrk - Bleach Fights
As for why Yammy didn't just fly at that time Well, he's a complete moron, we all know that. He probably forgot he could after being blindsided by Uryu's trap. You know how in Naruto the ninja are capable of climbing walls by sending chakra to their feet?
This seems to be what the Shinigami are doing, just with spirit energy. I know he's pretty, but if Kubo was going to make him a cross-dresser he could have at least given him a more impressive outfit, like Szayel had. His zanpakuto release wouldn't fit a more impressive outfit, in this troper humble opinion.
How is it possible that Szayel and Ilforte consider themselves brothers when technically Arrancars are just a bunch of Hollows put togheter? And the "by adoption" thing, like in Soul Society, doesn't aplly, since Szayel shows to really dislike his brother. Pretty sure most Arrancar are made from adjuchas, which are only formed when one soul gains dominance over the others in a gillian, so both of them could have been brothers in life and simply worked their way up separately.
It could be possible that they became Arrancar at the same time and Aizen referred to them as brothers. If he did, the title could have stuck with them. When Wonderweiss is "reborn" as an arrancar, he states his name, so it's possible that Yylfort and Szyael did so upon their birth, and their dominant Hollow personalities were actually brothers in life although this seems improbable given the number of souls in each Menos. I'm a little unsure about Aizen and his hollow army. Are all the current Espada made by him or what?
How long has he been established in Heuco Mundo? Are the arrancar numbers designated by him or was there a system in place before he was around? IIRC it is stated that the Privaron were kicked out when Aizen started making his own arrancar or something like that but didn't he need the magic sphere thing to do that which he only got after Rukia's execution. Also, if he wanted hollow powers, why didn't he just Hollowify himself since he knows it works Shinji and the others. I think you mean "Rukia's attempted execution".
Ah yes, her "attempted execution", my mistake. The questions still stand though. It's possible that Aizen simply doesn't know that Urahara was able to fix the Vizard and he doesn't want to end up like they did. It's also possible that he has already hollowified himself off screen and is waiting to reveal it at a critical moment. Or it could just be that he can't hollowify himself yet because the Hogyoku is dormant and can only be forced to work if someone with twice the spiritual power of the average captain pumps it full of spiritual power.
This would mean that either Ichimaru or Tousen would have to do it to him, and databook stats for whatever they're worth show that they are much weaker than Aizen, meaning that they probably couldn't. As for all the arrancar, it's possible that some arrancar do come into existence on their own and have been since long before Aizen was around. If so, it would mean that these arrancar elected to join Aizen's cause when he showed up. Bleach Wiki suggests this, bu I don't know if this has a basis in canon, filler, fanon, or none of the above.
Aizen had his own orb before he stole the one from Urahara and combined the two. He was most likely building his army even before he became captain. They got mauled almost to death by Grimmjow for attacking Orihime and despite being injured she saved their lives!!! Attack her again, showing no gratitude for Orihime not letting them die as she would have been perfectly justified in doingand do it in front of a member of her nakama and their superior who has show some interest in the girl, both of whom could crush them like bugs without much effort.
Seriously, that the hell?! No hearts, despite every attempt to say otherwise? Then what about Nel? She proved that hollows are not Always Chaotic Evil. Besides, one would assume that they would be intelligent to think "Hmmm Probably best not to read too much into it. The reason they're given is that they are explicitly terrified of Orihime's power. When they initially attack her, it's because they're jealous of the preferential treatment that Aizen gives her. However, Grimmjow doesn't just maul them, he kills them.
Orihime literally undoes that with her "Phenomena Rejection" ability. To creatures who are born from fear and death, the notion that someone has the power to simply say "No" and make death literally not happen and then being on the receiving end of that power would be a worldview shattering experience. My suspicion is that Tite is using their irrational behavior to slip in additional hints on just how powerful Orihime really is.
Or perhaps Kubo just has no idea on what to do with them except for having them be mean to Orihime. Ulquoirra said that the top 4 Espada couldn't release inside Las Noches because they were too powerful. Yammy is the 0th Espada, so shouldn't the place be blowing up now? He was outside when he released it. So therefore, technically he's not above 4 when he releases. He's an angry dinosaur man. Maybe it indicates that Yammy's full of crap, and his release only increases his power to the same class as the top four while not necessarily reaching the same level as the top four when they're released?
Some of the Espada care about the rules. Some of them do not. I'm not so much concerned about the rules, it's the fact that the place hasn't exploded into oblivion yet when Ulquoirra said it would.
And if the place does get destroyed, what happens to everybody inside it? Yammy should care if that's the case Well, hey, sure, while Releases amp up one's ambient Reiatsu a hell of a lot, I don't think we've seen anybody destroy anything just with their newly freed energy.
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I'm pretty sure what Ulquiorra meant was that the ensuing battle and use of powers would destroy Las Noches. You can be damn sure that a few of those Cero Oscuras, and then later his Lanza Del Relampago would tear it up. Hell, the fight above tore some big ass craters in the ceiling.
Now imagine that inside the super-structure. Now, the released Yammy has yet to do anything. We can be damn sure that once he starts throwing punches or using ceros, that place'll take a beating. I get the feeling that Aizen's rule forbidding the Espada of four and above from releasing is more for aesthetic purposes than anything else. Imagine how long it took to set that place up.
And just remember the damage from when Grimmjaw, a measly six released his zanpakto. Almost every structure in the vicinity during his fight with Ichigo went to pieces. If someone was capable of fighting at a level that would force the highest ranked Espada to released, then the resulting collateral would probably be capable of wrecking the entire place. The reason Las Noches isn't wrecked yet, even though Yammy released is because he hasn't started using that power yet.
Once that happens, the place will probably start coming apart pretty fast. Also you have to think about what the powers actually do I mean Starrk fires of ceros and those wolves make huge explosions Barragan ages things into nothing Ulqiorra"s Lanza del relampao has a bigger explosion than starrks wolves and harribel floods wherever she is Yammy's release just makes it easier for him to beat people up so I think the rule was just because Aizen knows only espadas 1 though 4 have abilities that could destroy las noches None of them care about the rules.
Not all of them ignored the order, which was technically to just remain in their quarters, as only Nnoitra, Ulquiorra and Zommari went out Aaroniero met with Rukia near his quarters, and Szyael opened a trapdoor to drop Renji into his.
This had the useful plot-related function of preventing the higher-ranked Espadas from hunting down and massacring Ichigo and his friends. The most recent chapter officially told the entire fanbase that we've been spelling Halibel's name wrong ever since we learned it.
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This Troper, personally, thought it was a bit funny—but she knows quite a few people who are highly ticked off about it READ: That's the real annoyance: At least she hasn't been named in the collected volumes yet. It'd be a bother if it had to change halfway through. Yet nobody ranted on Ulquiorra's last name actually being Cifer. Power of the Boobs people, Power of the Boobs Bring up one person who actually refers to Ulquiorra by his last name, or even cares, and this comparison is valid.
I see what he did there. More like, a cipher is a person of no weight, worth, or influence, or a nonentity, according to Merriam-Webster. If Lilynette is, for all intents and purposes, Stark's zanpakuto, why do both of them have swords? Perhaps Aizen gave them swords similar to the Zanpaktou so they could still fight the sword-wielding Shinigami Just because it looks like a katana, and they call it a zanpakutou, it's automatically a zanpakutou?
Who's to say Stark and Lilinette aren't just armed with slightly-better-than-average katana, something like the training version of the shinigami Zanpakutou, while Lilinette is actually Stark's Zanpakutou's sealed form and Morality Pet. It would be interesting if one of both of them became recurring characters after the Arrancar arc, along with Grimmjow, since they Stark at least don't have any REAL animosity towards the Shinigami beyond duty.
It would be completely awesome to see an omake segment at the end of each episode with stark and Kyoraku just sitting around and drinking Also note that Lilynette doesn't physically keep her sword with her; she draws it from her horn. Supposedly, they did this when they separated their soul into 2 beings. They were however able to continue separating their soul even as arrancar so who's to say they weren't arrancar even before separating? We know how hollows evolve.
They eat pluses and each other until they merge into a menos. From there they continue to evolve if they have individuality in tact to adjuchas and maybe VL. Such a level of power is insane among hollows based on what we have seen. Even Barragan and Haribel hung out with their company without being even close to putting them in danger. Starrk would starve if he was anything less than a VL, though it seems unlikely to me for him to have this level of strength as a VL.
Even if he were to keep eating and gain strength beyond what Barragan had, how does he suddenly go from eating his prey to not being able to reach them at all? Starrk is hollow in nature, there is no doubt about that given his techniques, his hole, and mask fragments. What if he isn't just a garden variety case though? What if instead of evolvign like any plus would into a hollow and so fourth, he had his power from the start?
What if he himself was already an entity split off from the original before turning into Starrk and lilynette? Somewhat recently we found out Yhwach has the power to tear his own soul apart. The spiritual energy and pressure of this form released is immense. Pure white wings form on Byakuya's back as well a halo-like circle, made of concentrated spiritual energy. It is unknown whether these wings are merely an aesthetic effect or if they can be used to fly.
The blade in this form is dangerous enough to cause aggravated injuries in one single blow, whether or not the form allows only for this one attack or more is as yet unknown.
Byakuya, as the 6th Division's Shinigami Captain, has advanced skills in all forms of Shinigami combat. His prowess has been considered by many one of the strongest Shinigami ever. Byakuya is masterful at swordsmanship, capable of flawless precision and lethal attacks without much effort.
Byakuya is an probably best known for his usage in Flash steps. Although having been taught by but never beating "Goddess of Flash" Yoruichi ShihMin, he is still easily one of the most proficient users of this skill in all of Soul Society. Another technique taught to him by Yoruichi called Utsusemi zI; cicada, referencing their molting which allows Byakuya to move at great speed leaving an afterimage behind, though Byakuya states to Zommari that he prefers not to use it because Yoruichi ShihMin taught it to him.
Byakuya has displayed his knowledge of high level KidM spells, able to cast several in quick succession without the incantation and with almost no effort and still possessing formidable power.
He has been shown to use spells up to level 81 and possess advanced knowledge of kido application and consistency. He can use low-level spells with devastating effect as well as a counter to attacks, He even uses a low-level lightning spell to burn a hole right through Ichigo's shoulder.
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Byakuya is a highly perceptive fighter, being able to almost immediately determine an opponent's attack patterns and weaknesses. He is also crafty tactician as demonstrated from how effectively he uses his KidM to confuse his opponents.
He can discern the motives and abilities of his opponents and effectively use his knowledge to end the battle in his favor. While not having the most imposing appearance compared to other Shinigami captains like Kenpachi Zaraki, Byakuya has shown to be a very resilient fighter.
He is shown taking much damage and even injures himself and maintains his composure as if unaffected. During his fight against Ichigo, despite gaining several major injuries, Byakuya was able to continue fighting effectively and even ignore them to the point he seemed unfazed by them.
At the end of fight, he was still able to perform an impressive Flash Step to leave. During his fight with the Seventh Espada, Byakuya's endurance proved great enough for him to willing damage himself to save himself from this enemy's possession attack. Having been train by Yoruichi, Byakuya possesses great proficiency in this skill. He is capable of exerting vast Spiritual Pressure, which, in league with his already admirable combat skills and finesse, makes him one of the most formidable captains.
Byakuya Kuchiki is the 28th head of the noble Kuchiki clan, one of the four great noble families in Soul Society. He is also extremely calm, even in battle, and is very seldom surprised by even the most drastic of actions.
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Ironically, when he was younger, he was quick to anger and very hotheaded, as noted by his grandfather, much like his lieutenant, Renji Abarai, and Ichigo Kurosaki. Due in part to his status in Soul Society, he generally acts indifferent, bordering on arrogance, to most situations that he is faced with as seen from how he rarely views his opponent worth his time. Despite this trait, Byakuya is a very perceptive man and is fully aware of the limits of his abilities and usually anything he states in comparison to an opponent is justified.
Byakuya strongly believes in law and order. As the head of one of the great noble families and as a Captain in the Gotei 13, he always works hard for a peaceful society. He feels that if someone in his position does not follow the rules as a good example, then no one will follow them.
He believes that to maintain the order, all law-breakers must be punished, even if that goes against his own wishes. In spite of his icy and regal manner, Byakuya cares for and protects those important to him. Byakuya is popular among the female Shinigami of Soul Society, and was voted number one in the "Captain we desire to release a photo book for" poll taken by the Shinigami Women's Association.