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10. Coyote Starrk:
Coyote Starrk, being one of the most powerful Espada, is unstoppable long before he fuses with Lilynette Gingerbuck, unleashing his Resurrección, Los Lobos. Most Shinigami captains are nothing more than fodder for him in this form, as Rose and Love discover when they battle him. Shunsui Kyoraku, whose Shikai, Katen Kyokotsu, is too diverse and intricate for the Espada to manage, turns up to be Starrk’s major opponent by pure chance.
9. Askin Nakk Le Vaar:
Askin and Yhwach are escorted to the Royal Realm to prove the quality of his Schrift and, more significantly, his competence with the Deathdealing. His battle prowess, which is enough to make Urahara and Yoruichi think twice, is greatly enhanced by his Vollständig, Hussein. Urahara is forced to use his Bankai, Kannonbiraki Benihime Atarame, for the first time in the novel due to the sheer number of “Gifts” that Askin tosses at him. Although the Shinigami is technically victorious, his ultimate fate is left unclear in the manga.
8. Yammy Riyalgo:
Yammy’s true power is revealed only when the rage “stored” in his body begins to burst at the seams, displaying its devastating strength via his Resurrección. Originally listed as the 10th Espada, Yammy reveals that his true power is awakened only when the rage “stored” in his body begins to burst at the seams, displaying its devastating strength via his Resurrección. One of the more serious flaws in Yammy’s Ira is that his opponents are reduced to insects to be swatted at (when he mutates into a truly gargantuan monster with several extra limbs). Yammy is easily defeated by the superb combination of Captains Byakuya and Kenpachi, despite his obvious difficulty.
7. Gremmy Thoumeaux:
Gremmy could have been a lot more strong if his body could have matched his imagination’s scope. To summarise, his Visionary enables him to manifest virtually anything he imagines, whether it’s repairing damage or unleashing offensive attacks such as volcanic lava, machine guns, and a meteor half the size of Seireitei. Gremmy is best renowned and feared for conjuring forth other versions of himself, who then augment his Visionary proportionally. Unfortunately, he will have to fight Kenpachi in the end.
6. Pernida Parnkgjas:
Pernida Parnkgjas is the Soul King’s Left Hand, and she possesses the techniques that Yhwach bestows on his minions in the form of Schrifts. Its Compulsory functions as a neural puppeteer, employing “nerves” to control the anatomies of its adversaries with near-perfect precision. Kenpachi loses his arm as a result of Pernida’s raw might, but only because the Squad 11 captain cuts it off himself. Pernida’s stamina and tenacity are outstanding, but she can also move faster than Yoruichi can react.
5. Lille Barro:
Lille Barro, the so-called first of the Quincy, is a strong opponent when he faces Shunsui Kyoraku, who barely manages to win with the full force of his bankai. Unfortunately, Katen Kyokotsu: Karamatsu Shinju is no match for Lille’s Vollständig, Jilliel, a heavenly being who is immortal and invulnerable in every aspect. The Quincy declares himself a god, an egotistical remark that leads to his demise when Nanao Ise’s brilliantly unique zanpakuto, Shinken Hakkyoken, mirrors his “divine” powers.
4. Gerard Valkyrie:
Gerard Valkyrie’s terrifying skill, The Miracle, allows him to access what he calls “miracles,” which is akin to abusing probability itself. Attacking him directly really works against his opponents since he simply changes their offensive force to improve his combat stats. Gerard’s sword, Hoffnung, is nearly unbreakable, and it deflects any strike directed at him with ease. Then there’s Aschetonig, his Vollständig, which is so powerful that it can only be destroyed when Yhwach absorbs Gerard.
3. Jugram Haschwalth
Yhwach refers to Jugram Haschwalth as his “other half,” a moniker that neither of them takes lightly. Haschwalth can not only enhance his allies’ abilities, but he can even use his master’s Almighty when he “sleeps” for the night. The Balance, Haschwalth’s Schrift, is based on the luck transference principle: Haschwalth is able to manage abstract conceptions of fortune and misfortune in such a way that he is the single beneficiary of the process. He never wears his Vollständig, but he doesn’t really need one.
2. Aizen Sosuke:
For the longest time, Aizen has been the overall villain, beginning with his defection from Soul Society and ending with his defeat by Ichigo’s Mugetsu (and consequent imprisonment.)Despite his Hogyoku abilities, a mix of staggering reiryoku and Kanzen Saimin is the reason that very few individuals can fight Aizen without being quickly destroyed. Even Captain-Commander Yamamoto Genryusai cannot resist his zanpakuto, Kyoka Suigetsu’s Perfect Hypnosis.
1. Yhwach The Almighty
The Quincy creator, Yhwach, is revealed to be the final enemy of Bleach, having been resurrected 999 years after his first “defeat” at Yamamoto’s hands. The Almighty allows the villain to see a near-infinite number of future timelines while also whittling down the possibilities to a manageable window of opportunity. To put it another way, Yhwach has complete control over almost every situation. If that wasn’t enough, after eating the Soul King (his father), he obtains an unknown power boost.