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Zaraki as a child was stronger then he is now...well of course, why not.
Seriously is like Kishi and Kubo sat down and decided to give us a ass pull togetherQuote:
Chapter full of introspection from Unohana.
I honestly didn't see the "You (young Kenpachi) were stronger than me (Unohana)" coming. Really really did not see that coming. The explanation seems to be a bit tagged on and Unohana calling that her "Sin" is a bit of an overstatement but I can see where she's coming from.
"I am stronger than everyone, except you."
There's a very strong implication in this chapter that the event with Kenpachi may have been what caused Unohana to become the medical division captain.
Also, I love the added insight into Minazuki's abilities, so it can cause you to keep going unconscious and get healed again? Very interesting...
Well, good enough for me, explain alot. I got only one question left. Who the hell is Zaraki Kenpachi and where did he come from.
A little disappointed with the revelation. Seriously, it is even lamer than the Saiyan theory in my opinion.
From the excellent last chapter(s) to this...
The words escape me to describe how bad I find all of this - flashback, suppression, all of it...
I will only say this..
For the sake of the child that she addmired..she will let itself be killed..
That is almost like..a mother love(she was searching all these hundred of years for someone like he..i believe that she really cares about that child)
argh what is going on here he put shackles on his self because everyone is so weak compared to him this has got to be the must dumbest thing i've heard in my life
wow! I was right. Unohana was healing Zaraki everytime she takes him out...
Last edited by Toby_Temple; January 30, 2013 at 03:39 AM.
First it was Naruto then Bleach, I guess One Piece is next.
Seriously Kubo why didnt you think of something else, in what manga ever made was a Child actually stronger than his Adult self, Cmon this makes no sense.
yea but stark was not actually stronger when he was a child comparing to his Mature self.Quote:
i will understand if kenpachi was stronger when he around around 18-21 but cmon that kid is like 12 years old.
Wow. The first chapter from this arc I'm actually disappointed by. Zaraki has been holding himself back for 1000 years? This really could have been done better. Oh well, One Piece delivered this week. And hopefully Unohana's Bankai within 2 weeks.
Now that was one sweet, beautiful romance.
So, as expected Unohana is destroying, healing, destroying, and healing once again. In other words, Unohana has no intention of winning this battle. So Shunsui's words, as expected, were completely meaningless. That's fine. What I don't get is how some kid could, without any apparent training, take on the likes of Unohana, who by every measure is far beyond most Captains in power and ability. That is going to have to be explained. And I was more than content to leave Kenpachi's unreliable power level throughout the manga alone, so why point it out once again with such an underwhelming and insufficient explanation.
Otherwise, I enjoyed watching Unohana cut things up.