History Characters / BleachXCution

28th Dec '15 3:57:36 PM Wyldchyld
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Badass isn't a trope, it's a fanspeak term. Other badass tropes need to be used instead.
* {{Badass}}: He's easily the most powerful member of the group and the only one that can match Tsukishima. The Gotei 13 see him as a big enough threat that they use Ichigo to lure him out and then send four captain-class shinigami, along with Renji and Rukia, to fight him should Ichigo not be able to handle him.

* {{Badass}}: Easily the most dangerous Fullbringer, he managed to put up a better fight against Byakuya than any of Byakuya's opponents since Ichigo, and genuinely cornered him for a bit. Even Kenpachi could tell from a single glance that he was deadly, and in the end he forces Byakuya to discover his inner BloodKnight to win. * BadassBookworm: His Fullbring takes the form of a katana manifested from his bookmark. He seems genuinely fond of reading as well, and associates his power to various references to sci-fi literature.
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* {{Badass}}: BadassBookworm: Easily the most dangerous Fullbringer, he managed to put up a better fight against Byakuya than any of Byakuya's opponents since Ichigo, and genuinely cornered him for a bit. Even Kenpachi could tell from a single glance that he was deadly, and in the end he forces Byakuya to discover his inner BloodKnight to win. * BadassBookworm: win. His Fullbring takes the form of a katana manifested from his bookmark. He seems genuinely fond of reading as well, and associates his power to various references to sci-fi literature.
26th Dec '15 7:17:43 PM Wyldchyld
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If it's obvious, it's not radar.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Her Fullbring is blatantly a dominatrix outfit. And the attacks get stronger when her boots get dirty. --> '''Jackie''': "Sand, dirt, mud, blood, other bodily fluids, ''anything'' will work."
26th Dec '15 6:34:00 PM Wyldchyld
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Flame Bait potholes so changed it to a non-flamebait trope.
* TheAce: Once he "bookmarks" someone, he dictates the relationship he's had with the person throughout their history. He can become a cousin, a friend, a lover, a colleague, a business partner or even an enemy, whatever choice is necessary to make himself the perfect person to pour all their emotion into. He takes control of Orihime and Sado by replacing the roles played in their pasts by their brother and grandfather respectively and by inserting himself as the main reason they were save Rukia or defeat Aizen.

* MartyStu: An in-universe example as this is the point of his Fullbring. Once he "bookmarks" someone, he dictates the relationship he's had with the person throughout their history. He can become a cousin, a friend, a lover, a colleague, a business partner or even an enemy. He takes control of Orihime and Sado by replacing the roles played in their pasts by their brother and grandfather respectively and by inserting himself as the main reason they were save Rukia or defeat Aizen.
11th Dec '15 3:08:26 PM Wyldchyld
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Wrong trope.
* CardCarryingVillain: Discussed in-universe when training Ichigo; he invokes all the Shounen villain stereotypes to make Ichigo feel as though Orihime's life is on the line because he knows Ichigo performs better when there's a genuine threat against someone's life. At the end of the training, he tells Ichigo that he'd make a very clichéd villain.

* GenreSavvy: When training Ichigo, he invokes all the Shounen villain stereotypes to make Ichigo feel as though Orihime's life is on the line because he knows Ichigo performs better when there's a genuine threat against someone's life. At the end of the training, he tells Ichigo that he'd make a very clichéd villain.
11th Dec '15 2:57:36 PM Wyldchyld
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Trope misuse.
* GenreSavvy: When training Ichigo, he invokes all the Shounen villain stereotypes to make Ichigo feel as though Orihime's life is on the line because he knows Ichigo performs better when there's a genuine threat against someone's life. At the end of the training, he tells Ichigo that he'd make a very cliched villain.
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* GenreSavvy: When training Ichigo, he invokes all the Shounen villain stereotypes to make Ichigo feel as though Orihime's life is on the line because he knows Ichigo performs better when there's a genuine threat against someone's life. At the end of the training, he tells Ichigo that he'd make a very cliched clichéd villain.

* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Tsukishima's power is based around destroying ThePowerOfFriendship and ThePowerOfLove. He can insert himself into anyone's memories, destroying the bonds that exist between them and others and replace himself as the deepest bond his victim holds. Through judicious use of his power, he manages to turn Ichigo's entire world against him - friends, family, allies, co-workers, everyone. Except Byakuya - not because Byakuya can't be brainwashed, but because Byakuya's UndyingLoyalty is simply that overwhelming.
24th Nov '15 3:38:50 AM LahmacunKebab
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* OlderThanTheyLook: He was a fully grown adult when he met a very young Tsukishima. Now Tsukishima is a grown adult who is older than Ichigo's teenage year group and Ginjou looks like he hasn't aged a day. He's the first Substitute Soul Reaper, so there's a big question mark over how hold he is, how long he's been hiding from Soul Society and how long he is capable of living for.
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* OlderThanTheyLook: He was a fully grown adult when he met a very young Tsukishima. Now Tsukishima is a grown adult who is older than Ichigo's teenage year group and Ginjou looks like he hasn't aged a day. He's the first Substitute Soul Reaper, so there's a big question mark over how hold old he is, how long he's been hiding from Soul Society and how long he is capable of living for.
24th Nov '15 3:37:11 AM LahmacunKebab
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When he's pulled out all the major Shounen villain stereotypes to [[TrainingFromHell train]] Ichigo into discovering his fullbring, he jokes afterwards that he'd "make a hell of a clichéd villain". He is eventually revealed to be the true villain of the arc it's like he's apologising to the readers in advance for the cliché.
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: When he's pulled out all the major Shounen villain stereotypes to [[TrainingFromHell train]] Ichigo into discovering his fullbring, he jokes afterwards that he'd "make a hell of a clichéd villain". He is eventually revealed to be the true villain of the arc so it's like he's apologising to the readers in advance for the cliché.
22nd Nov '15 3:55:23 PM LahmacunKebab
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Characters that appeared in Tite Kubo's ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. This page is for the Fullbringers, who generally belong to a mysterious organization known as '''[=Xcution=]''' Their stated goal is to remove their hollow-derived powers and go back to being normal humans.
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Characters that appeared in Tite Kubo's ''Manga/{{Bleach}}''. This page is for the Fullbringers, who generally belong to a mysterious organization known as '''[=Xcution=]''' '''[=Xcution=]'''. Their stated goal is to remove their hollow-derived powers and go back to being normal humans.
20th Nov '15 10:35:17 AM Wyldchyld
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Silly doesn't automatically equate to this trope. He wasn't hiding anything, he just happens to be used for comic relief when he's not fighting.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: A ''lot'' more dangerous than his early silly-sidekick appearances would have suggested.
30th Oct '15 3:48:37 PM NoirGrimoir
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* HerosEvilPredecessor: He was the Substitute Shinigami before the hero Ichigo, and his FaceHeelTurn prompted the anti-substitute law in Soul Society.
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