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oh wait i know what reply this will get
Last edited by Hystzen; March 30, 2011 at 04:56 PM.
Last edited by LucyBenard; March 30, 2011 at 04:47 PM.
Shinji was unmasked and was attempting to cut downwards at Aizen. His entire body is moving downwards. Then Tousen's sword comes up.
In that moment it takes his downward moving head and Tousen's upward moving blade to close that distance Shinji unmasked has reacted, changed the direction of his head,
The explosion of the cero was not that powerful. Granted it was large, but I judge this by what it destroyed. The moment the cero destabilized, Orihime was RIGHT THERE. Her barrier was still back behind Ishida, and she was like 10 feet away from him. And it didn't even scratch her. Anything that can't harm Orihime is not remotely powerful. >>
Subsequently Renji cut it? Wat?
That was pretty strange..The same cero that was literally able to blow Ulquiorra's organs away didn't leave an effect massive enough to blow Inoue and an injured Ishida away...almost as strange as Inoue being able to keep up with the fight, enough to shield Ichigo earlier on but that's another story altogether.
I think when the horn was severed, the charging cero was thrown out of sync and it literally blew up in Hollow Ichigo's face and that's what broke the mask.
That thing was aimed right at Ulquiorra's head and fired it point blank from inches away. Reason Ulquiorra lost his lower half is because that's where he got cut earlier. Suffice to say I'd put Shinji's cero above Ichigo's.
That is not what the cero accomplished, however. The cero annihilated Ulquiorra's lower body. IMO, that's the most powerful cero that we've witnessed in bleach to-date. Easily on-par with the Black Cero that R2 Ulquiorra used to punch a hole in Ichigo's chest.
Uh, considering the massive hole all the way down to the bottom of Las Noches the cero created, saying it was annihilated requires a lot more information than you have to say the least. You'd have a point if the floor was still there and his lower half was just gone, but here it has an obvious place to go and absolutely no reason for it to be anywhere near them.
To say nothing of that assertion also requiring us to know whether or not a limb simply being unattached removes the reiatsu 'flow' given that utterly retarded exit point BS, that normally causes it to be so resilient, making it easier to destroy, as Tousen's effortlessly annihilation of Grimmjaw's arm with a simple mid level Kido suggests.
Here's what Shinji says,
In other words, the stronger your instincts, the more vulnerable you are. Now, who was it that claimed to be Ichigo's instincts?Quote:
Sorry, Samurai, but Lucy's right. There's no way in hell that Shinji's cero is stronger than H2's. Base Ulquiorra's regular cero is already nearly as destructive as masked Shinji's cero.
Observe the comparison. Grimmjow canceled out both ceros with his own.
Shinji's cero gives one-armed severely beaten Grimmjow moderate injuries
Healthy Grimmjow with HM boost; Grimmjow's hand, where a greater concentration of Reiatsu lies, is burned badly by base Ulquiorra's cero
Lucy's right about what? That Ichigo's cero destroyed Ulquiorra's lower half? I disagree, and you should check out Random101's post. Ichigonator's cero wasn't nearly as strong as people like to think. As for Shinji's, you do realize his cero would also get a boost in HM? If Shinji fired his cero in HM, and at point-blank range, and without it being diluted by another cero, I'm pretty sure it would at least do more than what Ichigo's cero did (which wasn't much).
Last edited by LucyBenard; March 30, 2011 at 07:53 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
No, I'm directly saying that a destabilized, not fully charged cero is completely incapable of doing jack squat to Orihime a few feet away. Despite a massive blast radius that couldn't possibly have missed her. The power of that is in question, and it's coming up supremely short.