By breaking that chain or putting it off. You know that's the first problem with his sword after all, it being broken. Plus it's an action manga, so let's asume it can be taken off for the plots convenience by having something like this clip:
Last edited by Schabrak; March 15, 2013 at 08:57 AM.
I highly doubt he used FGT on that VL/creature coz this is not a place to use such a technique and 2ndly it doesn't look that strong to survive it. We should look at the fact too that he gradually regained his powers which is same as Rukia ('s case).
Ginjo might have stolen them from him instead of a willful transfer as happened with ichigo.
Ichigo doesn't need any bow in order to shoot out arrows, do you still remember Ulq 2.0 used arrows on hollowfied Ichigo 2.0? Well, I expect Ichigo will do the same in the future, however this time he'll use black arrows!
He can link the cross with clip or chain of his zan. Still, Ulq is cool whether it was an arrow or spear.
He already has his mighty fingerlaser for that. Yet we've seen the lightsword coming down as an arrow, so he shourly will have some kind of arrowish ability in his repertoire.
They had different surnames, so of course they aren't directly related to each other, that's what they talked about in the chapter. How can there be confusion about that? I would like to know if number of fields indicates a greater number of "earth" quincy still being alive, but scattered around.
Like suppose Soken had a sister who married a Kurosaki male Quincy and then took his surname. After that she gave birth to Masaki and later she died along with her husband. Thus Masaki is the last Kurosaki but is technically still blood related to the Ishidas. Cousin marriages aren't that big of a deal in Japan or many Asian countries anyway so there's still not 100% information with which we can rule out the possibility. Though like I said earlier, I personally don't think that's the case.
Has anyone thought of maybe his guard on his sword will be a quincy cross on his zanpakuto that would make the most sense
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That part of the fullbringer arc will be interesting is my bet.
Yuzu says that they haven't seen their cousin since Grandpa Rin's funeral:
However the only grandpa they could have would be Masaki's father but this chapter Granny Ishida said Masaki (as a teenager) is the last Kurosaki. If that's the case then how could Grandpa Rin have died years later after Masaki had kids?
Tsukishima can only insert his presence into someone's past so logically he shouldn't have been able to create this illusion of Grandpa Rin's funeral because Yuzu shouldn't have been born until after he was dead.
Only explanation I can think of is if some people pretended to be Isshin's parents while he was in the Living World. Or maybe it's just a plot hole lol? Or maybe Masaki isn't the last kurosaki and Granny Ishida just kidnapped her in an effort to preserve her family's pure blood line?
Last edited by DraMas26; March 16, 2013 at 04:34 PM.
I don't think the manga necessarily implies masaki was taken in because her parents died. Its a possibility however the manga leaves room for that to not be the case. for all we know both families simply came to an understanding with each other and masaki went to live with the ishida family.