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These additions should be added your example:
- The disease is nothing like anything you or any doctor has seen before.
- Any doctor won't bother looking at the patient until their corrupt hospital director gives them approval to do so. They might not even bother looking at them until it's too late. Remember you know nothing about the disease so it's possible you don't have much time.
The difference is that:
1. Isshin straight out hid everything about Masaki from the Gotei 13 so there would be questions ot be answered before any healing is done.
2. SS probably doesn't know how to cure Hollowfication (otherwise why would they have sentenced Shinji and co. to their deaths in TBTP?) + Masaki was hollowfying.
Now if Isshin doubted Urahara what was he supposed to do? Even if Masaki wasn't going to blow up, she was still hollowfying. This was different from any hollowfication he had seen before. Masaki was hollowfying in her physical human body. Isshin has never seen that before and neither has SS. Isshin needs a way to save her. A man comes out and says he can. Why would Isshin waste his time with second thoughts?
As for Central 46:
1. These are the same guys who don't let anyone argue with them.
2. The same guys who were so stubborn that they never consider the possibility that they're wrong.
Why would Isshin trust these guys about anyone? These guys are so biased and Isshin clearly is not. In fact judging by Isshin's character of breaking the rules I'd wager that he might have had some personal meetings with them and experienced first hand how 'just' they are.
I don't see what's so difficult to believe. Isshin's actions are believable. Anything else would have been out of character. What else should have Isshin done?
Last edited by DraMas26; April 29, 2013 at 07:22 PM.
Once again, I'm not arguing that Isshin should have refused Urahara's help. Clearly, Isshin had heard of Urahara. If that was in the context of Urahara's supposed hollowfication experiments and exile, then Isshin should've been suspicious of him. From an objective point of view, do you honestly think that there's nothing suspicious about him showing up just as a human begins to undergo hollowfication given his background and circumstances of excile? Any moron would suspect a link between the two and it IS out of character for Isshin to be so gullible all of a sudden.
Even if Isshin had been suspicious of Urahara, and not believed the whole Soul Suicide, it was clear that she was becoming hollow, which would have been the same as death the way i see it. Now Urahara, who Isshin knows have connections to Hollowfication offers to help him, why would he hesitate? This person clearly knows more about it then anyone known in SS, where they would never have saved a hollowfying quincy anyway. This was never about trusting Urahara 100% and never doubting, this was about choosing the way that had the highest chance of success. The only other option he had would be to leave her be. This fits perfectly with Isshins character the way i see it. He knows there is a risk to trusting Urahara, but its still the best choice he have.
Last edited by Vigard0; April 30, 2013 at 11:58 AM.
isshin knew who urahara was from SS
its not.like he was trusting someone he had never heard of
its widely known that urahara is one if the smartest shinigami