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Hey everyone, I just wanted to share some thoughts about one of the more recent and popular characters, Shukuro Tsukishima. I find him to be a pretty interesting character.
I wrote about him at: http://www.mangatherapy.com/post/139...kishima-bleach
Here's the entry in a nutshell:
I know everyone here has different opinions about Tsukishima, but does everyone think that he should stay alive for a bit longer?Quote:
Last edited by tonyyao82; December 09, 2011 at 04:05 PM.
He should live because he is potentially the most dangerous character. He could have cut Aizen or Yamamoto and changed their pasts so that he would have trained with them for a thousand years, actually becoming as strong as them, or cutting Ichigo and make it so that both became trascendentals together. Also, he is a creep.
I agree. I mean, he was on the 10th anniversary promotion art along with Ginjou. He has to have some importance going forward. Though I wouldn't be surprised if there was a Ginjou flashback featuring Tsukishima pretty soon.
What I actually think that is going to happen really soon is that the scar he has over his left eyebrow was self inflicted with his sword, so when he dies it will create a paradox, reviving him. Not so far fetched considering reality, time or space don't apply with him.
Oh yeah, that scar. I wondered how he got it. It could be from a Hollow since all Fullbringers have been contaminated by them.
Tsukishima does not actually changed what happened in reality, he merely alters the target's memories by inserting himself. He can't create real paradoxs, he can create them only within people.
Ok a question, couldn't "altering" the past be altering the future in this case of reviving himself? If he were to have cut himself before (the scar) and implanted himself (and as far as we know, his alteration can go back endlessly) so couldn't his alteration go to the future and insert himself endlessly as if immortal? idk if i got what i was thinking across D: im sorry
Hmmm interesting. so he made it so only he could kill himself?
There was a philosopher who stated that the way we think about the past can be the same way we think of the future. as the events have already happened or for the future sake, are going to happen and are predetermined. In this case, if he were to alter the past, which in turn alters the future, these actions would have to take place. Say he did plan on dying by someone else's (in this case byakuya) hand, but gets revived by someone or something, this is bound to happen as it has already been predetermined. Or some other factor comes into play? idk just spitting out ideas late at night xD hahaha