Poll edited 1/21/14
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Who is going to be the final villain in Bleach?
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Posted 1/21/14
I for one don't know right at this moment But... If I had to guess I would say it will probably be someone else.
Posted 1/21/14
The Soul King.

I'm under the impression that Aizen made that pretty clear. And that Kisuke, like Aizen, has nudged Ichigo in the same direction, towards a similar goal. Probably to defeat or replace the current Soul King whom, presumably, at one point in time, overthrew the original Soul King. It's just my hypothesis. And in that respect, Kisuke would be very similar to Aizen. It's just that they've approached the situation very differently; Kisuke's virtue is his patience, unlike Aizen, who became impatient, desperate to end the injustice done upon him.

Whether Yhwach plays an important role in this, I don't know. I'm not sure if it fits the timeline. He was supposedly sealed away 1000 years ago. But if it does fit the timeline, then he might have something to do with the current Soul King being in power. And if that's the case, I'm also not sure if that was Yhwach's intention. Yhwach might have been coerced. He might have been a distraction. Whatever it is, it might have something to do with the current Soul King coming into power.

But yeah, like I said. I have no evidence to back this up. It's just what makes the most sense to me.
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dankuuwut wrote:

The Soul King.

I'm under the impression that Aizen made that pretty clear. And that Kisuke, like Aizen, has nudged Ichigo in the same direction, towards a similar goal. Probably to defeat or replace the current Soul King whom, presumably, at one point in time, overthrew the original Soul King. It's just my hypothesis. And in that respect, Kisuke would be very similar to Aizen. It's just that they've approached the situation very differently; Kisuke's virtue is his patience, unlike Aizen, who became impatient, desperate to end the injustice done upon him.

Whether Yhwach plays an important role in this, I don't know. I'm not sure if it fits the timeline. He was supposedly sealed away 1000 years ago. But if it does fit the timeline, then he might have something to do with the current Soul King being in power. And if that's the case, I'm also not sure if that was Yhwach's intention. Yhwach might have been coerced. He might have been a distraction. Whatever it is, it might have something to do with the current Soul King coming into power.

But yeah, like I said. I have no evidence to back this up. It's just what makes the most sense to me.


Nice theory I like it. Thanks for all your posts I really appreciate it.
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