The latest volume of Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War introduces the female Sternritter’s role and abilities compared to the manga. The Sternritter girls demonstrate the Quincy Sklaverei technique, which allows them to destroy buildings and gain strength. The girls also get expanded transformation scenes and new attacks, making the fight against Ichigo better than in the manga.
Warning: Bleach: The Bloody Thousand Years War, Episode #21Bleach: The Thousand Years of Blood War Ichigo battles the female members of Sternritter (except for their leader, Bambietta) in the latest episode, but it turns out the girls have a few new tricks up their sleeve compared to their manga counterparts.
Ichigo’s dramatic arrival in the Spirit World helped him land close to Kenpachi Zaraki, who was just ambushed by the female Sternritters, wiping out a large number of his team members. Zaraki was already quite weakened after his battle with Gremmy, so Ichigo’s arrival may well have saved the beloved 11th Division captain. Seeing Ichigo as “Special Threat #1”, they quickly turned their attention to him and launched a mass attack. Although Ichigo doesn’t mind their attacks at first, his attitude quickly angers Candice, leading to some surprises for manga fans.
Bleach’s Sternritter demonstrates Quincy Sklaverei
The Sternritter girls use an ability known as Sklaveei, which was previously used by Quilge Opie early in the first season of the Millennium Blood War. This ability allows Quincy to disrupt the psychic particles that make up everything in the spirit world such as Soul Society and Hueco Mundo, using these particles to increase their own power. When Quilge used it in conjunction with Quincy’s ultimate form, he became a monster by absorbing too much poisoned soul energy from a nearby Hollow. The Sternritter here don’t have such problems, they break buildings and anything else within reach to power up their own form of Voll Stern Dich (or Vollstandig, as many fans call it) ).
In addition to Sklaveei, female Sternritters also receive extended transformation sequences, like those of a magical girl, when they activate their Vollstandig. Several new attacks were on display, such as Meninas using the “Diamond Push” attack against Ichigo, sending him flying. Many previously unnamed abilities, including the girls’ Vollstandig ability, were eventually named, such as Giselle’s Vollstanding, Azhalbiora (meaning “Death of God”). While Ichigo handled most of these attacks and abilities with ease, the girls definitely fought better than they did in the manga.
The Sternritter girls’ team have proven to be surprisingly popular characters, so their fans can be delighted to hear how much their roles and abilities have been expanded in the adaptation. anime. Since all of the girls seem to have survived their encounter with Ichigo, it is possible that more of their abilities will be revealed in the future. Only a few episodes left in this course Bleach: The Thousand Years of Blood WarHowever, there are not too many opportunities to show off.