Ho Yay Bleach Discussion

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05:29:26 PM Jan 31st 2015
edited by Wyldchyld
Ikkaku and Yumichika's section. Moved to here because it looks like an attempt to interpret a completely different story as Bleach ho-yay. They may share a name and monk themes, but the similarities between the two Ikkakus don't go any further, and Yumichika's role doesn't appear in the tale at all. Brought here because it's a YMMV page, so asking whether or not to keep it.

  • There is an old legend of a monk named Ikkaku... a great warrior as well as a holy man, Buddhist sennin Ikkaku captured all the dragons in the countryside to stop them from terrorizing the people. But said dragons were also responsible for the rain, as such Ikkaku's actions brought drought in the land. Farmers and others loudly pleaded to the monk, to set the dragons free but he would not listen, his faith had made him blind. The ruler of the land then sent the most beautiful woman he could find to Ikkaku's cave. Not only the monk fell in love the moment he saw her but also accepted a glass of sake. Accepting these temptations was a great sin for a monk, resulting in the loss of Ikkaku's power, letting the dragons escaped and bringing rain in the land. Now of course this has NOTHING TO DO with Ikkaku Madarame who always makes it quite clear, his head is shaved NOT bald, not that monks aren't ALL bald, and that Dragon crest on Ryūmon Hōzukimaru also means NOTHING, so is Yumichika constantly reminding everyone how beautiful he is. All coincidence.
07:22:08 AM Feb 2nd 2015
That's just a mess.

Axe it. Then re-add it, so you can axe it again.
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