An artifact known as the "King's Seal" is stolen during transport from the Soul Society by an unidentified Soul Reaper and two Arrancar resembling girls who control fire and lightning. ... See full summary »
An artifact known as the "King's Seal" is stolen during transport from the Soul Society by an unidentified Soul Reaper and two Arrancar resembling girls who control fire and lightning. During the attack, Toshiro Hitsugaya corners and seems to recognize the Soul Reaper, who immediately stabs him in the stomach. In the middle of battle, Hitsugaya abandons his post to pursue him and leaves his squad behind to fend for themselves. After the battle, The Soul Society suspects Hitsuguya of treason and orders his immediate capture. The whole 10th Squad is then put on house arrest at which time they can surmise whether or not the division should be abolished. With the whole of Soul Society looking for Hitsugaya, Ichigo as a soul reaper on patrol accidentally stumbles upon Squad 2 Captain Soifon while she is conducting an investigation of the transport site. Soifon informs him of the events happening in the Soul Society and dispels the kido surrounding them. As Soifon disappears with her crew, ... Written by
I am not kidding. The Seiritei council decides two people should fight to the death for a ridiculous reason. Even so, when they are to fight, they change their decision in favor of one of the combatants, killing him on the spot. He doesn't die and comes back for revenge. Everybody who is a good guy in the Soul Society fights him and kills him again. But they remain friends.
I can understand why a Japanese person would try to obey orders, no matter how idiotic, and how top "management" can issue them with impunity just because everybody is supposed and trained to heel, but it is especially hard to reconcile the plot of the movie with the general idea of Bleach, which is personal and independent behavior (and mayhem).
Other than that, a little weird that a single guy can tackle the entire Gotei 13, but then again, Ichigo didn't storm alone and kill everything all by himself, either. Not even the story's "magical power" entered Ichigo and allowed him to save the day. It was, for once, a team effort.
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