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Roleplay / Bleach Blazing Souls

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Bleach Blazing Souls is a Bleach Play-by-Post Game set in an alternative not so far future.

It has a vast array of characters, ranging from Idiot Hero types to Anti Villains and right into arch-villains with a wave of the hand. Being heavily influenced by the Nasuverse and .hack does not help to lessen the serious Mind Screw going on while taking a trip through the cast, either.

Bleach Blazing Souls provides examples of:

  • All-Loving Hero: Johnathan Walker not only inspires people, but also always tries to talk first before resorting to violence.
  • All There in the Manual: Comes with the territory. Most information about characters is stored in 'applications' of characters and can be checked by all users at any time, but is not available to the characters themselves. Applies to information about weapons, the plot itself, and the races.
  • Badass Boast: Quite a few, in fact.
  • Badass Creed: A small sample of them:
    • Archer and Shirou both have their respective chant about themselves to summon Unlimited Blade Works, one of the strongest magics any Sugiura can use.
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    • Falling Star has a Kamen Rider-esque speech that changes ever so slightly with each of his appearances.
  • BFS: Tsubine's Sacred is taller than him by a foot and a half... and Zefonse's Zanpakuto is a bit taller than him as well. Chisei has a six foot-long katana also.
  • Blessed with Suck: The Tsurugi-type Guardian Beasts grant their holder insane amounts of power... For a price. Which is usually way too high.
  • Deus Sex Machina: The Sugiura are able to recharge their Reiatsu by having (consensual) sex. Plain and simple.
  • Evil Counterpart: A Sugiura that reaches the height of power with a Sacred obtains a form called Kyuu Kyou. Too bad that reaching this stage always creates an evil Split Personality, often more powerful than the original, and with the goal of destroying whatever is important to the Sugiura in question. Of course, when a normally evil Sugiura obtains it...
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Zefonse does not only slice you apart into eight bits. He also crushes your heart and inner organs in the same move. It should also be mentioned that this is not even close to what he's fully capable of. Same for the method used to kill Arcueid, who was cut into seventeen pieces of meat.


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