The chapter was out yesterday, but I was too tired to read it then. I was barely able to finish my post about Naruto actually, I almost fell asleep on my keyboard… Well, anyway, back to the chapter.
This chapter was not boring, that is for sure. First of all, we saw Unohana’s bankai. Oh, wait, did we really see it? I wonder. What I saw was a blade made of blood and some sudden horror, that was very unexpected. But I am not sure what really happened. Some people say that it was all an illusion. Seems like it.
Right after she summoned her bankai turning her blade into a strand of blood, not mention those columns… Ahhh, I am just amazed how Kubo managed to make that scary monster from Unohana in the matter of a few chapters. But back to what I was saying, right after that weird things start to happen.
The other interesting thing that we learned was that Unohana obtained her healing skills in order to become invincible to be able to fight forever. And her healing power makes her much more powerful that you would guess. She can heal herself during an intensive fight, which means that to kill her you need to strike her down in one blow. I wonder how many can possibly do that, if there are any. Maybe Aizen with his absolute hypnosis.
At the end of the chapter Kenpachi pierced Unohana with his sword. Well, in the same chapter she showed that she can heal awful wounds, so I am not impressed too much with this event. I still don’t see Unohana dying.
That is it for this chapter. Hope this blue stile didn’t hurt your eyes. See you in the next post (^_^)/
My other posts on Bleach:
To be the first one to see the newest posts, follow me on Twitter @Sindarfrom.