There is a lore related error in the Bleach section of the Complete Monster
trope, in the third "Hollow" article,
"he is sent to Hell by Rukia for the serious crimes he committed whilst still alive"
While that is untrue, as it was not Rukia that sent him to Hell, the remainder of the article is also not exactly accurate.
I think it best replaced with:
"after Ichigo kills him, he (Shrieker) is sent to Hell because of the heinous crimes he committed while still alive. This is significant because a Zanpakuto can only cleanse Hollows of any sins they've committed post Hollowfication (because the Hollows judgement is then clouded by the pain of losing it's heart). Shrieker is the only Hollow seen in Bleach to receive this punishment, which says a lot about how bad he was as a human - even Grand Fisher, listed below, who was undoubtedly a Complete Monster whilst a Hollow, hadn't committed sufficiently serious sins as a human (if any at all) to warrant being sent to Hell, after suffering the same fate as Shrieker."
I've left the original line "after Ichigo kills him"
in so it is easy to see which part I meant.
"Double Quotes" added for clarity
, not because they belong in the article
edited 14th Jan '13 10:24:56 AM by Dyuran