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27th Jul '16 3:02:53 PM Wyldchyld
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* StayInTheKitchen: Despite her powers, whenever she tries to interfere in a battle against the Reigai in episode 332, she's told to stay away. Considering [[CreatorsPet her status]], it could be seen as a TakeThat, but she managed to make a comeback... that failed to impress Yamamoto. Once she tried to make ''another'' comeback against Inaba, she failed ''again'', and gets captured.
25th Jul '16 2:12:36 PM Wyldchyld
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* CustomUniformOfSexy: She wears a ''really'' short shihakusho with [[ZettaiRyouiki over-knee boots]] as her Soul Reaper uniform, which looks very similiar to Lisa's in [[WholeEpisodeFlashback Turn Back the Pendulum]].

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* CustomUniformOfSexy: She wears a ''really'' short shihakusho with [[ZettaiRyouiki over-knee boots]] boots as her Soul Reaper uniform, which looks very similiar to Lisa's in [[WholeEpisodeFlashback Turn Back the Pendulum]].



* ZettaiRyouiki: In both her school and Soul Reaper uniforms.

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* ZettaiRyouiki: In both her She usually wears a school uniform with a pleated mini-skirt and black thigh-high socks. In Soul Reaper uniforms.
form, her uniform is a mini-dress coupled with thigh-high white boots.



* ZettaiRyouiki: Very short schoolgirl-like skirts (red for Yang, blue for Ying), backed up by thigh-high sock-like stockings (red for Yang, blue for Ying), knee-high boots (black-colored with white outlines), arm-warmers (red for Yang, blue for Ying) and pigtails (for Ying).

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* ZettaiRyouiki: Very short schoolgirl-like skirts (red for Yang, blue for Ying), backed up by thigh-high sock-like stockings (red for Yang, blue for Ying), Ying) and knee-high boots (black-colored with white outlines), arm-warmers (red for Yang, blue for Ying) and pigtails (for Ying).
outlines).
16th Jul '16 1:35:34 PM Wyldchyld
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9th Jun '16 6:38:56 PM TheTropper
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* VillainousBreakdown: He wasn't sane to begin with, but he goes into extreme rage upon seeing the Hell guards helping Ichigo, it continues as he is dragged deeper into Hell when's he finally beaten.
5th Jun '16 10:12:19 AM CASCHero
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* SecretTest: When first introduced, they seem like new villains set to threaten Ichigo and his friends with various challenges and kidnapping them if they failed. In truth, it was just a way by Kisuke to prepare them for the real incoming villains, the Bounts.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Despite being fellow modsouls, they don't really get along much withKon seeing him as a bumbling idiot and likewise look down on him since he doesn't have a personal gigai like they do or specialize powers outside of super ability. They do get better over the course of the Bount arc.

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* SecretTest: When first introduced, they seem like new villains set to threaten Ichigo and his friends with various challenges and kidnapping them or their classmates if they failed. In truth, it was just a way by Kisuke to prepare them for the real incoming villains, the Bounts.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Despite being fellow modsouls, they don't really get along much withKon with Kon seeing him as a bumbling idiot and likewise look down on him since he doesn't have a personal gigai like they do or specialize powers outside of super ability. They do get better over the course of the Bount arc.
5th Jun '16 10:11:20 AM CASCHero
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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: They disappear not long after the beginning of the Arrancar arc with no explanation of what happened to them. Granted while they weren't part of the canon story to begin with since they never show up in the manga, it had seemed that the anime staff was going to have them hang around longer since they had participated in the attempt to fight with the partially transformed Grand Fisher and witness Isshin kill him (in the manga this was solely Kon's role). Curiously they don't even show up in the Gotei 13 Invasion filler arc which focused on modsouls.
* SecretTest: When first introduced, they seem like new villains set to threaten Ichigo and his friends with various challenges and kidnapping them if they failed. In truth, it was just a way by Kisuke to prepare them for the real incoming villains, the Bounts.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Despite being fellow modsouls, they don't really get along much withKon seeing him as a bumbling idiot and likewise look down on him since he doesn't have a personal gigai like they do or specialize powers outside of super ability. They do get better over the course of the Bount arc.
4th Jun '16 3:05:00 PM Wyldchyld
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!! Related to All Three

* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: They disappear not long after the beginning of the Arrancar arc despite attempting to fight the partially transformed Grand Fisher and seeing Isshin kill it (which was a canon event in the manga where only Kon saw it) with no explanation of what happened to them. Curiously they don't even showing up in the Gotei 13 Invasion filler arc which focused on modsouls.
* GoodAllAlong: Initially presented as villains at the start of the Bount arc as they keep kidnapping Ichigo's friends. Turns it out was part of attempts to train them to prepare for the Bount attack and that three are actually good guys working for Kisuke.
* TrainingFromHell: The start of the Bount arc had the trio subjecting Ichigo and his friends through this on Kisuke suggestion to prepare them for the real fight against the Bounts.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Despite being fellow modsouls, they don't really get along much Kon seeing him as a bumbling idiot. It does wane over the course of the Bount arc.



* BrattyHalfPint: Mainly during the TrainingFromHell, but she still has elements of this later.

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%% * BrattyHalfPint: Mainly during the TrainingFromHell, but she still has elements of this later.



* TrainingFromHell: Lirin led the modsouls in subjecting Ichigo and his friends to extreme training on Urahara's advice. They needed to test and prepare the group for fighting the Bount.



* TheQuietOne: Only ever speaks a word or short sentence at a time. Says less than even Chad, if that's even possible. When Kurodo asks Orihime what she thinks they talk about, the scene cuts to them failing to start a conversation entirely.



* TheStoic [[TheQuietOne Quiet One]]: Only ever speaks a word or short sentence at a time. Says less than even Chad, if that's even possible. When Kurodo asks Orihime what she thinks they talk about, the scene cuts to them failing to start a conversation entirely.
4th Jun '16 1:58:35 PM CASCHero
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!! Related to All Three

* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: They disappear not long after the beginning of the Arrancar arc despite attempting to fight the partially transformed Grand Fisher and seeing Isshin kill it (which was a canon event in the manga where only Kon saw it) with no explanation of what happened to them. Curiously they don't even showing up in the Gotei 13 Invasion filler arc which focused on modsouls.
* GoodAllAlong: Initially presented as villains at the start of the Bount arc as they keep kidnapping Ichigo's friends. Turns it out was part of attempts to train them to prepare for the Bount attack and that three are actually good guys working for Kisuke.
* TrainingFromHell: The start of the Bount arc had the trio subjecting Ichigo and his friends through this on Kisuke suggestion to prepare them for the real fight against the Bounts.
* VitriolicBestBuds: Despite being fellow modsouls, they don't really get along much Kon seeing him as a bumbling idiot. It does wane over the course of the Bount arc.



%% * TrainingFromHell



%% * VitriolicBestBuds: With Kon

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%% * VitriolicBestBuds: With Kon



%% * TrainingFromHell

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%% * TrainingFromHell



%% * TrainingFromHell



%% * ArcVillain: Of the Bount Arc, naturally.

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%% * ArcVillain: Of The main villain of the Bount Arc, naturally.Arc.



%% * CallBack: Unusually for a FillerVillain, he receives one.

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%% * CallBack: Unusually for a FillerVillain, he receives one.one during Ichigo's training to control his Arrancar side.



%% RoaringRampageOfRevenge: His ultimate goal.

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%% * RoaringRampageOfRevenge: His One of his ultimate goal.goals, to get back at the Soul Society for all the abuse they've given to him since his creation. The other is to just end his existence. He honestly doesn't care which comes first



%% * HeelFaceTurn

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%% * HeelFaceTurnHeelFaceTurn: Ultimately turns on Jin when he sees he's willing to sacrifice his own kind for his revenge.



%% * DefectorFromDecadence

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%% * DefectorFromDecadenceDefectorFromDecadence: Never believed in Jin's goal and only wanted to continue exsisting, but alas she was the key to activating the Reshi draining dolls and Jin succeeds in killing her.



%% * SmugSnake: Fitting, considering his Doll's ability is to ''create'' snakes.
%% * TheStarscream: Tries to defeat Jin and take over. It doesn't go very well.

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%% * SmugSnake: Very much thinks he's above everyone else, including Jin. Fitting, considering his Doll's ability is to ''create'' snakes.
%% * TheStarscream: Tries His main goal was to defeat usurp Jin and take over. It doesn't go very well.over the Bounts himself. But his plans get stymied thanks to Ichigo and his friend invading their hideout early. He tries to take the opportunity to attack Jin but is quickly overwhelmed and killed by Maki.



%% * MakingASplash

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%% * MakingASplashMakingASplash: Can activate their doll via water sources, from bottled water, sinks or rain (which it unfortunately did when Ichigo and his friends tried to rescue Uryuu from the hospital).



* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: His zanpakuto, Reppu can be thrown and controlled in mid-flight. [[spoiler:It's later revealed that it is his Bakkoto that controls Reppu''s flight. What Reppu itself is actually capable of (besides being a really big, weirdly shaped blade) is never actually revealed.]]


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* {{Hypocrite}}: For all his talk about power and how weak the third division is. [[spoiler: It's revealed that he never even relied on his own power. But rather the Bakkoto as his strength and thinking he could control it. In the end, Izuru turned out to be more then a match for him that he had to pour in more power to fight him and ultimately was consumed by the Bakkoto.]]
* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: His zanpakuto, Reppu can be thrown and controlled in mid-flight. [[spoiler:It's later revealed that it is his Bakkoto that controls Reppu''s flight. What Reppu itself is actually capable of (besides being a really big, weirdly shaped blade) is never actually revealed.]]

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* SmugSnake: Extremely haughty and arrogant with no regards for his teammates.
26th May '16 1:54:01 PM Morgenthaler
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%% * BlondGuysAreEvil



%% BlondGuysAreEvil: In his human guise
13th Apr '16 7:53:28 PM acrobox
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%% * DarkChick

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%% * DarkChick TheWackyGuy
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