Recently we had the development that Juhabach chose a succesor to his throne. Now, the point of the thread is simple, why? Juhabach seems to be a long lived fellow overall so why would he need to give up his throne at all? Is there something else to this?
Now, there are a number of things which come to mind. Perhaps juhabach is dying or perhaps the whole thing is a trap of some sort.... My own personal theory is that Juhabach plans on becoming the spirit king hence why he will not be ruling vandenreich directly. Any thoughts? Any crazier theories?
This is just a 'shot in the dark,' but I am thinking that Juha Bach wants to be free of the 'Shadow Territory' and may be trying to do some crazy thing like somehow place his spirit/soul into Uryuu's living body, then take over. I think that the whole 'making Uryuu his successor is a lie, and that even the Sternritters don't know the truth behind how Bach has managed to survive and return. He had to regain his mind, powers and such, so maybe this is a way for him to regain use of a living body.
I think Uryuu is going through the motions of being accepting of what's happening, but that he has his own plans for turning on Bach. Unfortunately, I think that Bach will make a point of having Uryuu fight and kill shinigamis he knows to be sure of his loyalty. I don't buy for a second that Uryuu is really 'okay' with killing Rukia or Renji, but he may well have to fight them at some point. And him facing down Ichigo later seems a given.
Anyway, I think Bach is lying about the 'heir' thing. He doesn't care about his underlings at all, and I just can't see him nurturing a successor, especially one who he knows is a friend of Ichigo's. This stinks like dead fish! (I am not saying the storyline's bad, I mean Bach's announcement seems fishy!)
well who knows. it could have be ichigo in uryuus spot if bach got to him before time ran out.
yes, maybe he wants to be spirit king
is he another madara?