At 3/16/13 11:25 PM, Viper50 wrote:
I'm actually surprised Juha Bach didn't break Aizen out when he was in there. He DID have the perfect opportunity to do so. They could have used him to do more damage to the rest of the Soul Society. And then when they were finished just killed off Aizen so they didn't have to deal with him. I mean if Juha Bach was able to kill Yamamoto without even breaking a sweat he could do massive damage to Aizen without even trying.
And that Bach grew careless enough to let Aizen screw up his senses.
Though I'm still kinda ticked off that they killed Unohana. We finally see her Bankai and then Zaraki goes and kills her without anyone even finding out exactly what her Bankai does. All it shows was her and Zaraki like....melting and they were just skeletons. And then she dies.
And the ending of that chapter, I wonder if it meant Unohana passes her bankai to him. Either way, at least Kenpatchi finally gets a bankai though whether he'll be stupid enough to get his stolen is a different story, I hope not though. Unohana was actually creepy when she fought, she looked like As Nodt without the mask.
Speaking of As Nodt, what is it that he went from nearly killing Byakaya to jumping on Yamamoto like a dumbass? I can understand the two other guys but him? Really?
I'm also wondering how the hell Grimmjow can do much anyways. I mean yeah hes alive. But even while he was alive he lost to Ichigo when he used his hollow mask. And since then I'd say hes gotten quite a bit more powerful without using it. Since he can't use his hollow mask anymore after he used the Final Getsuga Tenshou.
One way to find out...which is by waiting who knows how long and Kubo's taking a break this week so it will be another few weeks before the flashback ends.
Being that Kubo was inspired by Saint Seiya, what are the odds that Ichigo dies in the end and Orihime ends up being the one to kill the villain?
That'll probably piss off some people.