Bleach Year Blood-War is causing a storm right now when it topped the anime chart last week. In which the performance of Rukia’s Bankai and Kenpachi’s Nozarashi created a great debate among the fan community.
The latest episode of the Bleach anime, specifically episode 20 of Thousand Year Blood-War after its premiere, sparked a fierce debate on Twitter among fans who supported Rukia Kuchiki or Kenpachi Zaraki. Fans of the series took to Twitter to compare the two formidable abilities displayed in Rukia’s Bankai and Kenpachi’s Nozarashi.
In the previous two episodes of the anime series, the focus was on the two characters displaying their extraordinary abilities. Rukia possesses an icy power known as Sode no Shirayuki, capable of creating an eternal winter. On the other hand, Kenpachi holds the Nozarashi, a formidable force that can sever anything in its path. Bleach fans have long been entangled in endless debates about the superiority of Rukia and Kenpachi’s characters. The latest episodes witnessed the display of the two characters’ tremendous power, making the debate even more fierce.
Bleach Thousand Year Blood-War episode 20 starts a war between the fandoms over the superiority of Rukia’s Bankai or Kenpachi’s Nozarashi.
Episode 19 of the anime shows Rukia unleashing his powerful Bankai, Hakka no Togame, while in episode 20, Kenpachi uses his Shikai, Nozarashi. These developments have led to a war between fandoms on social media, with fans debating the superiority of one’s power over the other.
When Rukia Kuchiki activates Hakka no Togame, her hair and body turn a striking white, she wears a pure white kimono reminiscent of the Yuki-onna (snow woman) mythology in the literature. Japanese folklore. This bankai greatly expands Rukia’s range of absolute zero powers, amplifying their impact on her surroundings.
Rukia not only possesses bankai but also has impressive skills in Kido. However, her true strength lies in her Zanpakuto, Sode no Shirayuki. This formidable weapon took the form of a long, slender sword with white hilt ornaments and guards. In addition, when Rukia uses Tsugi-no-Mai, Hakuren, a technique that involves drawing a circle before launching four powerful thrusts into the ground. She can create a giant avalanche out of cold air and ice burying enemies alive.
Meanwhile, Nozarashi is Kenpachi Zaraki’s Zanpakuto name. It was used as his weapon in the anime and manga series Bleach. Kenpachi Zaraki, the captain of Team 11 in Gotei 13, is known for his love of fighting and a strong belief that injury and death are the inevitable consequences of a worthy battle.
Nozarashi allows Zaraki to channel his immense spiritual energy into his sword. This formidable strength gives him the ability to easily overcome almost any obstacle. In episode 20 of the Thousand Year Blood-War, Kenpachi unleashes his Shikai, Nozarashi, with tremendous destructive power to defeat his nemesis, Guenael Lee.
After last week’s episode glorified Kuchiki Rukia’s Bankai, this week’s episode took the community by storm after Zaraki appeared with insane powers. Fans have been looking forward to seeing this version of him since Season 2 started, and it’s finally here. As expected, it did not disappoint its fans with its monstrous prowess.
The ongoing debate on Twitter between fans of Rukia’s Bankai and Kenpachi’s Nozarashi shows the immense popularity of the Bleach anime series and the unwavering passion of its devoted fanbase. Both abilities represent extraordinary strength, but possess distinct strengths and weaknesses.
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