that is 100x beyond her power dude, Orihime is not the hygoku or a wishing stone, Orihime can only heal or reverse stuff that is within her powers. Damage done to Yama and SS is way above anything she will be capable of healing or doing anything about, plus her powers are rendered useless against Quincys Slavery technique.Quote:
There is still one Hope left.
when the sun falls, the moon will rise.
Little theory of mines:
Theres a Traitor among the Shinigami that is feeding info on everything that has happen with Aizen and the war in Karakura Town,
Aizen knew this thats why he never used his Bankai against the shinigamis, and had the 8th espada find a way to seal/steal bankai and a way to reverse it, and that is the research mayuri found in the lab. Aizen knew the Quincys were watching since the start.
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Am I the only one who thinks that Yamaji will be back, I cant come to accept he just dies like that. I have a feeling he will be back because of that flame monster. I also think we haven't seen his full powers yet. I maybe wrong with everything I say, but I'm gonna bet on Yamaji coming back.
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This is a good arc we're reading, Kubo definitely learned from his past mistakes on the last arc. It is not as the same level as Soul Society Arc(in my opinion) but it's still not over, so we'll see what happens.
and, you should accept the fact that there will be people having different thoughts than yours. what are you trying to say with "Then why are you replying?"
I actually liked the Fullbring Arc. Yeah it moved slowly, and could have made Chad and Inoue more useful, but it was fine IMO. Not as good as the original arc (from episodes 1-65 in anime) The Aizen winter war arc took too long at times (or felt like it at least) I don't care if characters live or die, I always believed Kubo was saving the deaths of the shinigami captains for the final arc. A prediction of mine that actually came true. I think he is pacing this arc well. Kubo has so much he wants to do, and honestly if he takes longer than he currently is to get the ball rolling, he will lose the interests of his readers. He can't please everyone.
I thought Yama's death was awesome. (gruesome, and shocking yes, but still awesome)
Also We've been following Aizen for a long time. all the Bach haters need to give him some time to build his character, how the heck can you say he's a character with no substance, and no depth, and nothing to offer when he's only just been introduced?? UNFAIR AND IGNORANT of any of you to say.
If Aizen was truly the better villain...then why did he fail? Why was he so incompetent when it came to destroying soul society and putting the rest of his plan to fruition? Are you all forgetting that Aizern ALSO had an immeasurable amount of planning time before he acted and betrayed soul society and set things into motion? Bach planned, and when he invaded, he conquered and succeeded where Aizen failed thus far. Deny it all you want, but yes while Bach is seemingly more ruthless than Aizen, so what? Who cares, it's time for a change in pace in Bleach and it's villains. I for one am loving this arc.
Also I loved Yama's character, but I also accept that his death was necessary. Feedback would be much appreciated.
Last edited by gcreech; October 10, 2012 at 10:06 PM.
alright i'm gonna be hard headed on this one i've decided i dont believe Yama is dead or at the very least he's gonna resurect, i kno its stupid and likely not gonna happen but until next wensday i wont believe it, something's just off with this chapter