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Wyldchyld
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10:12:47 AM Apr 8th 2014
On the 23rd March, this page was blanked and replaced with a new page called Bleach Arrancars and Hollows.

As far as anyone on ATT could tell, the page changes had been made with no discussion anywhere about doing so, so Ultimatum restored this page. I've just restored the Character Index page, and brought the subject here for discussion.

As far as I can tell page moves like this should be discussed first and old pages should then be properly submitted for cutlisting. I'm not picking a fight with the desire to change the page title, I'm suggesting it be done through proper channels, however.

Arawn999
02:39:55 PM Apr 10th 2014
Sorry... that was me. I thought that since the page didn't deal with just the Arrancars but the Hollows as well, the name should be changed to reflect that. I'm new to the page renaming thing, but you're right, I should have gone to the discussion page first. Sorry!
ChiliConCarne
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04:13:56 PM Jul 5th 2013
edited by 216.99.32.43
How is the "Inner Hollow" pulling a Transformation of the Possessed/Split Personality Takeover if Ichigo's full Hollow form doesn't have a distinct personality, let alone that of the "Inner Hollow"?

Hollowfication is defined as the destruction/corruption of a soul's personality and heart, either by natural process or injecting a soul with a "Hollowfication virus". It is NOT another entity/personality "taking over". In other words, it's Ichigo losing control of himself, hence why I used The Corruption/Viral Transformation trope. The transformations happen because Ichigo inherited a prototype Hollowfication virus from Masaki. This was confirmed in Chapter 541.

Also, it's been shown in the series that Hollows can turn other souls into Hollows by eating them or infecting them with their power.

The "inner Hollow" is a visual medium for the audience to seen what's going on in Ichigo's head/give a clue to Ichigo's inner evil, as opposed to Kubo writing pages and pages of introspection. He doesn't actually exist as an extra personality/person. Ichigo finally realized this in Chapter 542; he used to think the old man and "inner hollow" were separate entities to rely on for power; that's not the case. They are subconscious avatars of his power which can take physical form by an Asauchi.

To put it in simpler terms; the "inner Hollow" is that little voice in your head you hear whenever you're angry/stressed/indulgent, ect. It's just that for the sake of the story Kubo personified that "little voice" as a monochrome Ichigo. He's also what Jungian psychology calls "the Shadow": a mental manifestation of everything you deny, fear, and hate; your "inner evil" so to speak. Which is exactly what the "inner Hollow" is.

A more accurate comparison for the whole Ichigo/Inner Hollow ordeal would be a cross between malignant cancer and schizophrenia instead of DID/MPD.
Arawn444
04:50:15 PM Jul 5th 2013
edited by 69.172.221.4
The definition of Dissociative Identity Disorder is "a mental disorder characterized by at least two distinct and relatively enduring identities or dissociated personality states that alternately control a person's behavior, and is accompanied by memory impairment for important information not explained by ordinary forgetfulness", although the last part is almost always omitted in pop-culture depictions of the disorder. The main support for the Split Personality Takeover trope comes when Ichigo first Hollowfied against Byakuya: Ichigo and the Inner Hollow - which was presented as being a distinct personality that had seized control of Ichigo's body - bickered over who would be the one to finish the fight until Ichigo ripped the half-formed mask off and regained control of his body. As for why Ichigo's subsequent transformations weren't "cackling and sadistic", you'd have to ask Kubo. During the admittedly non-canon Runaway Zanpakuto filler arc when Ichigo fully Hollowfied, he stated "I won't let you (the Inner Hollow) have my body!" and the Inner Hollow was identified as being the one in control of the transformed Ichigo by the Old Man, making it Transformation Of The Possessed and The Corruption. Furthermore, the Visored said Ichigo's Hollowfications were due to his Inner Hollow trying to seize control of his body, and that they themselves underwent the same ordeal. It's funny you should use the phrase "inner evil", as the laconic for Split Personality Takeover is "A character succumbs to his/her dark side." In his "The Reason You Suck" Speech‎, Hollow Ichigo himself stated that he was trying to usurp Ichigo's control of his body because he had judged Ichigo to lack the fighting instinct needed to keep their body alive, and after being defeated that if Ichigo ever slipped up he would crush him and seize control again.

Also, it's never been shown in the manga that Hollows can turn other souls into Hollows - aside from White's Target Hollowfication, which was artificial - just that a soul will become a Hollow if its Chain of Fate corrodes completely or is broken off. In any case, Ichigo's Hollowfication isn't a case of Viral Transformation, as in order for it to be that he would have to possess the ability to transform others into Hollows, which he does not.
ChiliConCarne
06:11:51 PM Jul 5th 2013
You shouldn't use Filler arcs as evidence; as you allready said, the Zanpakuto arc is non-canon and thus can't be used to support a cannonical discussion.

Also, do you remember Tensa Zangetsu's words to Ichigo? He specifically stated: "This is the form you [Ichigo] took when you defeated Ulquiorra Cifer." He DID NOT say: "This is the form your body took when the Hollow killed Ulquiorra Cifer." or anything like that.

In other words, it's Ichigo who was out of control and raging about, not some Hollow/split personailty taking over his body. The issue is that split personalities are still portrayed as distinct from the main character: that's not the case will Hollow Ichigo.

And the Inner Hollow is a reflection of Ichigo — or, rather, a caricature of Ichigo. His cockiness is just like Ichigo's. Look at his smiles. Listen to his taunts. Watch the way he fights. Ichigo talks and smiles and fights exactly like that whenever he's in the heat of a fight or has the upper hand. He does it against Renji, Byakuya, Grimmjow, heck, even when he beat up those random thugs in his and Chad's backstory. It's not Ichigo who acts like the "inner Hollow"; it's the other way around. The "Inner Hollow" acts like Ichigo. It's just not obvious at first because we're so used to seeing Ichigo's stoic frown, as opposed to the "Inner Hollow"'s constant smile.

Also recall Ouetsu's speech about zanpakuto: What is a zanpakuto? It's not your friend, your partner, your acquaintance, ally, enemy, teacher, partner, subordinate, ect. The zanpakuto IS YOU. It is literally you; it exists in your mind; only you see and interact with it. A more accurate metaphor for the zanpakuto is that the zanpakuto is a mirror: the mirror is a separate object but what you see reflected in that mirror is you and only you. Chapters 538-542 explained the entire thing. The ordeal is finally confirmed: Hollow Ichigo is Ichigo's zanpakuto spirit; he is a reflection of Ichigo manifested in his subconscious world and nothing more.

As for the incident with Byakuya, I'd rather label that as a retcon since it was relatively early in the manga and the Hollow is not portrayed as such after the Grimmjow incident. It has been stated several times in the manga that Hollowfication destroys the victim's sanity and personality. Hence why Ichigo's Hollow form grows increasingly aggressive and primitive. He goes from taunting Byakuya when he first transformed to being reduced to a dumb beast that can only speak in snarls, growls, and roars (with the occasional rambling) when transformed. It is not a Split Personality Takeover; it's Sanity Slippage. Ichigo is losing his sanity when he transforms. A soul loses its sanity when it becomes a Hollow; it's not another entity or personality taking over. In Ichigo's case, it's caused by a spiritual virus that he inherited from his mother, and that virus is personified in his subconscious as a monochrome reflection of himself because it is Ichigo who becomes a Hollow, not the other way around. In other words, he's fighting to keep himself in control; he's fighting his darker urges; he's talking to himself when he speaks to either the old man or Hollow Ichigo; he's undergoing an extreme form of meditation. This is not Naruto; the Hollow IS NOT Kyuubi 2.0 trying to gain a body for itself like fans have been assuming for years.

The Hollow seems like a separate entity because Ichigo treated it like one. This is also a stage of what one goes through when confronting the Shadow: their denied/negative traits coalesce into a "demonic" presence in their subconscious which is said to "take control" in moments of extreme emotion or danger. Look at that: the "inner Hollow' does the exact same thing. In Chapter 542, Ichigo says: "Zangetsu... I will not ask you to lend me your strength, or get out of my way, nor to ally myself with you. From now on, I'll fight my own way... for you are me."

"For you are me." He outright says it in the text that both the old man and hollow are reflections of himself. Allying or fighting them is the same thing as fighting/allying with himself. For most of the series, Ichigo ran away from his fears. His mother was killed by a hollow, which traumatized him forever. He feared becoming a hollow. He feared it so much that he stubbornly refused to understand/accept the "Inner Hollow" was his Shadow; that he was denying an important part of who he was: the "evil"/"chaotic" part. The final step in conquering the Shadow is acceptance. It wasn't until he finally accepted both the old man and the Hollow (his Shadow) as reflections of his person that he could complete Zangetsu's reforging.

As for why Ichigo lost his memory in his second Hollow form, Hollowfication destroys the victim's memory and self-awareness as well. It stands to reason that Ichigo would not recall what he did as a complete Hollow and yet retained a little control/memory when only partly transformed.

It should also be noted that Kubo relies heavily on visual/textual symbolism to the point of Mind Screw when dealing with Zangetsu's (and, by proxy, Ichigo's) true nature. He's dropped several hints, but they're so subtle that you don't recognize/piece them together immediately, hence the dozens of Internet wars over the years of what the Hollow and the old man are. And now we know. Ouetsu said it. Ichigo said it. Heck, the old man himself said it in Chapter 541.
ChiliConCarne
06:11:52 PM Jul 5th 2013
You shouldn't use Filler arcs as evidence; as you allready said, the Zanpakuto arc is non-canon and thus can't be used to support a cannonical discussion.

Also, do you remember Tensa Zangetsu's words to Ichigo? He specifically stated: "This is the form you [Ichigo] took when you defeated Ulquiorra Cifer." He DID NOT say: "This is the form your body took when the Hollow killed Ulquiorra Cifer." or anything like that.

In other words, it's Ichigo who was out of control and raging about, not some Hollow/split personailty taking over his body. The issue is that split personalities are still portrayed as distinct from the main character: that's not the case will Hollow Ichigo.

And the Inner Hollow is a reflection of Ichigo — or, rather, a caricature of Ichigo. His cockiness is just like Ichigo's. Look at his smiles. Listen to his taunts. Watch the way he fights. Ichigo talks and smiles and fights exactly like that whenever he's in the heat of a fight or has the upper hand. He does it against Renji, Byakuya, Grimmjow, heck, even when he beat up those random thugs in his and Chad's backstory. It's not Ichigo who acts like the "inner Hollow"; it's the other way around. The "Inner Hollow" acts like Ichigo. It's just not obvious at first because we're so used to seeing Ichigo's stoic frown, as opposed to the "Inner Hollow"'s constant smile.

Also recall Ouetsu's speech about zanpakuto: What is a zanpakuto? It's not your friend, your partner, your acquaintance, ally, enemy, teacher, partner, subordinate, ect. The zanpakuto IS YOU. It is literally you; it exists in your mind; only you see and interact with it. A more accurate metaphor for the zanpakuto is that the zanpakuto is a mirror: the mirror is a separate object but what you see reflected in that mirror is you and only you. Chapters 538-542 explained the entire thing. The ordeal is finally confirmed: Hollow Ichigo is Ichigo's zanpakuto spirit; he is a reflection of Ichigo manifested in his subconscious world and nothing more.

As for the incident with Byakuya, I'd rather label that as a retcon since it was relatively early in the manga and the Hollow is not portrayed as such after the Grimmjow incident. It has been stated several times in the manga that Hollowfication destroys the victim's sanity and personality. Hence why Ichigo's Hollow form grows increasingly aggressive and primitive. He goes from taunting Byakuya when he first transformed to being reduced to a dumb beast that can only speak in snarls, growls, and roars (with the occasional rambling) when transformed. It is not a Split Personality Takeover; it's Sanity Slippage. Ichigo is losing his sanity when he transforms. A soul loses its sanity when it becomes a Hollow; it's not another entity or personality taking over. In Ichigo's case, it's caused by a spiritual virus that he inherited from his mother, and that virus is personified in his subconscious as a monochrome reflection of himself because it is Ichigo who becomes a Hollow, not the other way around. In other words, he's fighting to keep himself in control; he's fighting his darker urges; he's talking to himself when he speaks to either the old man or Hollow Ichigo; he's undergoing an extreme form of meditation. This is not Naruto; the Hollow IS NOT Kyuubi 2.0 trying to gain a body for itself like fans have been assuming for years.

The Hollow seems like a separate entity because Ichigo treated it like one. This is also a stage of what one goes through when confronting the Shadow: their denied/negative traits coalesce into a "demonic" presence in their subconscious which is said to "take control" in moments of extreme emotion or danger. Look at that: the "inner Hollow' does the exact same thing. In Chapter 542, Ichigo says: "Zangetsu... I will not ask you to lend me your strength, or get out of my way, nor to ally myself with you. From now on, I'll fight my own way... for you are me."

"For you are me." He outright says it in the text that both the old man and hollow are reflections of himself. Allying or fighting them is the same thing as fighting/allying with himself. For most of the series, Ichigo ran away from his fears. His mother was killed by a hollow, which traumatized him forever. He feared becoming a hollow. He feared it so much that he stubbornly refused to understand/accept the "Inner Hollow" was his Shadow; that he was denying an important part of who he was: the "evil"/"chaotic" part. The final step in conquering the Shadow is acceptance. It wasn't until he finally accepted both the old man and the Hollow (his Shadow) as reflections of his person that he could complete Zangetsu's reforging.

As for why Ichigo lost his memory in his second Hollow form, Hollowfication destroys the victim's memory and self-awareness as well. It stands to reason that Ichigo would not recall what he did as a complete Hollow and yet retained a little control/memory when only partly transformed.

It should also be noted that Kubo relies heavily on visual/textual symbolism to the point of Mind Screw when dealing with Zangetsu's (and, by proxy, Ichigo's) true nature. He's dropped several hints, but they're so subtle that you don't recognize/piece them together immediately, hence the dozens of Internet wars over the years of what the Hollow and the old man are. And now we know. Ouetsu said it. Ichigo said it. Heck, the old man himself said it in Chapter 541.
ChiliConCarne
06:11:53 PM Jul 5th 2013
You shouldn't use Filler arcs as evidence; as you allready said, the Zanpakuto arc is non-canon and thus can't be used to support a cannonical discussion.

Also, do you remember Tensa Zangetsu's words to Ichigo? He specifically stated: "This is the form you [Ichigo] took when you defeated Ulquiorra Cifer." He DID NOT say: "This is the form your body took when the Hollow killed Ulquiorra Cifer." or anything like that.

In other words, it's Ichigo who was out of control and raging about, not some Hollow/split personailty taking over his body. The issue is that split personalities are still portrayed as distinct from the main character: that's not the case will Hollow Ichigo.

And the Inner Hollow is a reflection of Ichigo — or, rather, a caricature of Ichigo. His cockiness is just like Ichigo's. Look at his smiles. Listen to his taunts. Watch the way he fights. Ichigo talks and smiles and fights exactly like that whenever he's in the heat of a fight or has the upper hand. He does it against Renji, Byakuya, Grimmjow, heck, even when he beat up those random thugs in his and Chad's backstory. It's not Ichigo who acts like the "inner Hollow"; it's the other way around. The "Inner Hollow" acts like Ichigo. It's just not obvious at first because we're so used to seeing Ichigo's stoic frown, as opposed to the "Inner Hollow"'s constant smile.

Also recall Ouetsu's speech about zanpakuto: What is a zanpakuto? It's not your friend, your partner, your acquaintance, ally, enemy, teacher, partner, subordinate, ect. The zanpakuto IS YOU. It is literally you; it exists in your mind; only you see and interact with it. A more accurate metaphor for the zanpakuto is that the zanpakuto is a mirror: the mirror is a separate object but what you see reflected in that mirror is you and only you. Chapters 538-542 explained the entire thing. The ordeal is finally confirmed: Hollow Ichigo is Ichigo's zanpakuto spirit; he is a reflection of Ichigo manifested in his subconscious world and nothing more.

As for the incident with Byakuya, I'd rather label that as a retcon since it was relatively early in the manga and the Hollow is not portrayed as such after the Grimmjow incident. It has been stated several times in the manga that Hollowfication destroys the victim's sanity and personality. Hence why Ichigo's Hollow form grows increasingly aggressive and primitive. He goes from taunting Byakuya when he first transformed to being reduced to a dumb beast that can only speak in snarls, growls, and roars (with the occasional rambling) when transformed. It is not a Split Personality Takeover; it's Sanity Slippage. Ichigo is losing his sanity when he transforms. A soul loses its sanity when it becomes a Hollow; it's not another entity or personality taking over. In Ichigo's case, it's caused by a spiritual virus that he inherited from his mother, and that virus is personified in his subconscious as a monochrome reflection of himself because it is Ichigo who becomes a Hollow, not the other way around. In other words, he's fighting to keep himself in control; he's fighting his darker urges; he's talking to himself when he speaks to either the old man or Hollow Ichigo; he's undergoing an extreme form of meditation. This is not Naruto; the Hollow IS NOT Kyuubi 2.0 trying to gain a body for itself like fans have been assuming for years.

The Hollow seems like a separate entity because Ichigo treated it like one. This is also a stage of what one goes through when confronting the Shadow: their denied/negative traits coalesce into a "demonic" presence in their subconscious which is said to "take control" in moments of extreme emotion or danger. Look at that: the "inner Hollow' does the exact same thing. In Chapter 542, Ichigo says: "Zangetsu... I will not ask you to lend me your strength, or get out of my way, nor to ally myself with you. From now on, I'll fight my own way... for you are me."

"For you are me." He outright says it in the text that both the old man and hollow are reflections of himself. Allying or fighting them is the same thing as fighting/allying with himself. For most of the series, Ichigo ran away from his fears. His mother was killed by a hollow, which traumatized him forever. He feared becoming a hollow. He feared it so much that he stubbornly refused to understand/accept the "Inner Hollow" was his Shadow; that he was denying an important part of who he was: the "evil"/"chaotic" part. The final step in conquering the Shadow is acceptance. It wasn't until he finally accepted both the old man and the Hollow (his Shadow) as reflections of his person that he could complete Zangetsu's reforging.

As for why Ichigo lost his memory in his second Hollow form, Hollowfication destroys the victim's memory and self-awareness as well. It stands to reason that Ichigo would not recall what he did as a complete Hollow and yet retained a little control/memory when only partly transformed.

It should also be noted that Kubo relies heavily on visual/textual symbolism to the point of Mind Screw when dealing with Zangetsu's (and, by proxy, Ichigo's) true nature. He's dropped several hints, but they're so subtle that you don't recognize/piece them together immediately, hence the dozens of Internet wars over the years of what the Hollow and the old man are. And now we know. Ouetsu said it. Ichigo said it. Heck, the old man himself said it in Chapter 541.
Arha
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12:42:49 PM Oct 31st 2012
Anyway, Serocco, if you disagree with my edits please talk about it here with me. I think you're using tropes improperly. Since I've been going through a lot of effort to clean these pages up lately I don't want them looking bad again in a matter of days.
pommykun
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11:25:12 AM Feb 17th 2012
Um... if some of the text with the Spanish lettering is messed up, it might've been my awful computer. My history's stating I changed the lettering. I'm sorry, I'm sorry! =w=
pommykun
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08:52:27 AM Feb 15th 2012
Five bucks says Tite's gonna introduce new Arrancars now with Ivan, and we're going to have to make a new tab for them!
Kenpachi
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07:42:23 PM Feb 1st 2012
Grimmjow was confirmed alive just recently by Tite Kubo, so I think that should be mentioned on his article somewhere.
Orihime
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06:24:59 PM Jan 24th 2012
edited by Orihime
Can you even name one moment in which Tatsuki is shown to not be important to her friends, like Orihime and Ichigo? If something bad happens to her, both of them are VERY displeased. She's important to them, very much so, and they'd do a lot to help her and protect her - like she would do for them. It was thanks to Tatsuki that Orihime awoke her powers. The moment in which she reprimanded Ichigo for threatening Tsukishima almost broke Ichigo mentally. She's among the few who know Ichigo ever since he was a little kid. THAT IS ALSO IMPORTANT, EVEN IF IT'S NOT MAIN CHARA STUFF.

Also, your definition of "important character" is extremely narrow. Apparently the only way a woman can be influential is when she is invincible and totally badass, never ever commiting mistakes and/or having flaws. The fact that Tatsuki didn't turn out to be the female lead has now made you her biggest basher, and thus you want to erase her influence on main charas like Ichigo and Orihime via deleting any, ANY tropes that showcase it.

Also, WHAT do you mean with "disminishing her character intentionally"? KT handles a HUGE cast with Loads and Loads of Characters everywhere, and has trouble handling them ALL. Tatsuki isn't a ~super speshul case like you think: Mizuiro, Keigo, Yuzu, Karin, and MANY others have fallen prey to his storytelling flaws. (Um, hello, try being a fan of Orihime's other friends - I had to add them myself here because NO ONE remembers Michiru, Mahana and Kunieda, *not even Kubo*. And Tatsuki is the ONLY one of that group of girls who appeared after the Time Skip, so yea.) But you single out Tatsuki and keep bashing her everywhere, as well as (most likely falsely) accusing KT of hating her personally — which I don't get, unless YOU have a specific grudge against her character.

People DO like Tatsuki and want to include more tropes about her. Your "edits" are NOT neutral but born from your creepy personal grudge against the fact that, um, she's not Ichigo's super bestest fighting buddy and possible love interest. Considering what I saw on other forums about your really bad treatment of Rukia for having lost against Riruka, this is less because of her being a bad character in herself.

Well yeah, I'm upset. Not to mention I'm almost creeped out, considering you go to such lengths to deny that Tatsuki MIIIIIGHT have some positive qualities - apparently because she didn't become the Super And Totally Unrealistically Perfect Female Lead.
Kenpachi
07:38:48 PM Feb 1st 2012
edited by Kenpachi
Oops, how do you delete your own messages?
saiyan5ninetail
10:37:53 AM Feb 2nd 2012
Honestly, I can almost laugh. Aren't you the one who tried to make it seem that Tatsuki actively ships Ichigo with Orihime, and brought up the shipping wars with that link of yours?

To be perfectly, having Tatsuki become some kind of Mary Sue is THE LAST THING I would ever want, and it'd probably make me genuinely hate her character. You see, I HATE characters that are depicted as being perfect, and it really grates on my nerves when people try to depict characters as some kind of paragon of light that is untouchable by anyone else in the story. A character having negative traits fleshes them out in my opinion, and makes them seem more Human in my eyes, because no one can truly be perfect.

As for the shipping business, I've washed my hands of that aspect of the fandom. For all it is worth, it is too much trouble, and is also filled with the fans idealizing their characters as being perfect for each other in every way, which is another thing I do not like.

As for tropes, I delete them when the examples shown do not follow the definition of said trope. You can't just tack on a trope to a character unless the character's actions and behaviour makes the trope irrefutable, and it can't be argued against.

The last thing I want Tatsuki to be is some perfect Mary Sue character that can do no wrong. The fact that you think this is why I'm angry about how Kubo has treated her shows your own bias.
Orihime
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05:57:21 PM Oct 14th 2011
edited by Orihime
Okay, saiyan5ninetails. Freaking stop your petty, whiny Edit War. It's a known fact that you hate Tatsuki to death after the whole Book of the End stuff, so you have been vandalizing the Tatsuki entry to make her look like shit since you can't stand to see people saying good things about her. And then you whine about how RUUUUUDE I am for not letting your crap pass, while being an asshole to me and treating me like I'm stupid?

Sorry, but no. Your rabid Tatsuki hate is showing, it KEEPS showing, and being rude to people who dare call you out on it is NOT the way to go. If Tatsuki "failed" to live up to your ridiculously high expectations (whatever they were), it's not the characters's fault, and you trolling and vandalizing her entry repeteadly isn't helping your case. Not to mention it's not the first time you've done it — what about you deleting Tatsuki-related stuff in Tear Jerker in a petty whim? Which I also called you out about?

Stop it. You're making yourself worse and worse as time passes, as well as more and more rabid in your hate of her. on't use Tv Tropes as a vehicle for your bashing crap, since it won't work on other places anymore.
saiyan5ninetail
03:45:22 PM Oct 17th 2011
The Tear Jerker I deleted was something I myself typed out.

As for the rest, can you even name one moment where Tatsuki any significance as her own character, instead of acting as just some stepping stone for the development of other characters?

Kubo has given no indication that he has ever had anything meaningful planned for Tatsuki, and even goes as far as to diminish her character intentionally.
saiyan5ninetail
03:55:05 PM Oct 17th 2011
To top it off, tropes should only be applied to a character if the trope's definition matches with the actions, circumstances of existence, or behaviour that a character has shown in-manga. What is wrong with deleting tropes that don't truly apply to the character in question?
Kenpachi
07:39:35 PM Feb 1st 2012
Sup saiyan5, lol
TheG
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08:34:47 PM Aug 15th 2011
edited by TheG
I suggest we rename the character pages so people actually know where to look for certain characters

Examples:

Bleach -> Bleach - The Main Five

Bleach 2 -> Bleach - The Gotei 13

Bleach 2.1 -> Bleach - Aizen & Co-Dragon's

Bleach 2.2 -> Bleach - Non-Gotei 13 Shinigami & Visored

Bleach 3 -> Bleach - Arrancar, Rukongai & Humans

Bleach Anime -> Bleach - Filler & Movie Characters
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