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Baraggan Louisenbairn
Race Arrancar
Birthday February 9[1]
Gender Male
Height 166 cm (5'5")[1]
Weight 90 kg (198 lbs.)[1]
Professional Status
Affiliation None
Previous Affiliation Aizen's Arrancar Army
Occupation None
Previous Occupation 2nd Espada in Aizen's Arrancar Army, God-King of Hueco Mundo and the Ruler of Las Noches[2]
Team None
Previous Team Espada
Partner None
Previous Partner Choe Neng Poww, Charlotte Chuhlhourne, Abirama Redder, Findorr Calius , Ggio Vega, and Nirgge Parduoc
Base of Operations Las Noches, Hueco Mundo
Resurrección Arrogante
First Appearance
Manga Volume 28, Chapter 244
Anime Episode 145
Video Game Bleach: Soul Carnival 2
Japanese Shōzō Iizuka
English Steve Kramer (Episodes 145-161)
Michael McConnohie (Episodes 216+)

Baraggan Louisenbairn (バラガン・ルイゼンバーン, Baragan Ruizenbān), originally incorrectly romanized as Barragan Luisenbarn, is an Arrancar in Sōsuke Aizen's army and the Segunda (2nd) Espada.


Baraggan has the appearance of an elderly man with a white mustache and white hair. His face is lined by large scars on the left side of his chin and across his right eye. Despite his aged appearance, Baraggan is quite stocky and muscular, especially when compared to the other Espada, and when standing (albeit with the slouch of an elderly person) he is of a fair size. He wears a regal white leather coat with black fur lining; he has short sleeves and three black fur stripes running along the bottom. He also wears a golden wrist band on both wrists and a belt which consists of three thick chains attached to a large metal disk with a sun emblem. His overall appearance is like that of a barbarian lord (of Viking origin). The location of his Espada tattoo is unknown. Like most Hollows, his Hollow hole is in the center of his chest.[3] The remnants of his Hollow mask take the form of a five-pointed crown just above his forehead.

When he was the King of Hueco Mundo, his crown had four elegant protrusions which were ornately decorated.


Baraggan is boastful, arrogant, stubborn, prideful, and retains a serious demeanor. He doesn't hesitate to impose his perceived authority over others, having taken the role of leader after Aizen was decommissioned, even going as far as openly challenging two other powerful Espada (including one higher in rank than himself) to disagree.[4] Baraggan refers to Aizen as the Boss[5] and his opponents as ants[6]; his Fracción, on the other hand, refer to him as "his majesty".[7] Like a king, he doesn't bring his Zanpakutō with himself - his Fracción take care of it, as well as of his throne.[8] He's also able to analyze situations quickly and calmly, such as finding the four pillars making the fake Karakura Town.[9]

Baraggan's arrogance stems from both facts that he was the former King of Hueco Mundo prior to Aizen's ascension[10] and that he could control time, specifically aging.[11]

As the Espada of Old Age, Baraggan possesses a sense of fatalism that comes from his power, bragging that death by aging is something that the mind cannot fathom except for the fact that it is inevitable, even for Shinigami. He even lectures that for everything that can exist for a lifetime cannot exist forever, even the word "forever" is meaningless as it was born out of the fear of death. This philosophy makes Baraggan quite merciless against his enemies, literally rotting the flesh from their bodies.

However, for all his pride and power, Baraggan is easily angered. Whenever this happens, he flies into a blind rage and starts cursing at his opponents. Usually, he will go completely all out in trying to attack the offender and anyone else in the way (which is in stark contrast to his normally cool and level-headed self), even against all odds. Baraggan also held a grudge for Aizen since the day the two met and Baraggan's final act was an attempt on Aizen's life, which proved to be in vain.


File:Baraggan Former King.jpg

Before becoming an Espada, Baraggan was the undisputed God-King of Hueco Mundo and original ruler of Las Noches. He reigned over an open court with many servants and had a large army of Hollows. He was increasingly bored as a result of nothing to do, nothing to conquer and no one to defeat, thus rendering his army nearly useless. Its only purpose had become awaiting the invasion of another force. Unexpectedly, Baraggan received news that someone had killed one of his subordinates. Then Sōsuke Aizen, Gin Ichimaru, and Kaname Tōsen appeared at the entrance to the court. When a large Hollow attacked Aizen, Tōsen stepped in and killed the creature with very little effort. Aizen then stated that he and Baraggan had never met before and asked him if he was the King of Hueco Mundo. Baraggan confirmed his status and asked Aizen who they were. Baraggan pointed out that they had no masks, which made it obvious to him that they weren't Hollows, which led him to ask if they were Humans or Shinigami, however the question was not answered. Despite asking, he stated he had very little care about what they were, saying that he was so bored that if it weren't for their arrival he would have split his army in two and made them kill each other. He then welcomed them to his palace of Las Noches.[12]

Aizen shows Baraggan his Zanpakutō

Aizen shows Baraggan his Zanpakutō.

Tōsen commented that it was interesting that Baraggan called a place without walls or a ceiling a palace, asking if it was a joke on his part. Baraggan plainly stated that he has no need for a ceiling, as he was a king and the very sky of Hueco Mundo was the roof of his palace. Aizen then unsheathed his Zanpakutō and asked that Baraggan take a look at his sword and told him that its name was Kyōka Suigetsu; as he held it up for all to see. Baraggan questioned what he was doing, to which Aizen asked him if he was happy with what he had. Baraggan only stared confused at Aizen. Therefore, Aizen started over by asking if he ever felt that this place was not where he should be, asking him if he wanted to rise even higher; simply stating that he would aid Baraggan if he followed him. He further stated that if he did so, he would give him more power and a new world. Baraggan laughed at the notion and claimed that he was the King of Hueco Mundo, King of the world, that there was no one higher than him and no new world for him. No longer amused by the intruders, Baraggan ordered his army to crush them all. Aizen then released his Shikai and in that instant, to his surprise, Baraggan saw that his army had been decimated. Aizen commented that this was Baraggan's world. This caused Baraggan to rise up from his throne and ready himself to attack Aizen with his Gran Caída. But Aizen only stood there and taunted Baraggan, stating that it was ironic that Baraggan, being the king of Hueco Mundo, is dressed in black, ready to attack and that he looked just like a Shinigami.[13]


Hueco Mundo arc

Baraggan sits between Yammy Llargo and Szayelaporro Granz during Sōsuke Aizen's meeting with the Espada about Ichigo Kurosaki, Yasutora Sado, and Uryū Ishida entering Hueco Mundo to save Orihime Inoue. He, along with Aaroniero Arruruerie, Yammy, Szayelaporro and Nnoitra Gilga, complains about the intruders.[14] When Aizen explains that Ichigo and his friends are the intruders and displays their likeness for the Espada to see, Baraggan comments on how when he thought of the intruders he wondered what kind of people they would be, but is noticeably unimpressed to find out they are so young.[15]

After Aaroniero is killed in battle by Rukia Kuchiki, all Arrancar are alerted to his demise, with Baraggan simply stating how shameful it was for Aaroniero to die in such a pathetic way.[16]

Fake Karakura Town arc

After arriving in the fake Karakura Town, Aizen summons Baraggan, Starrk and Harribel along with their Fracción in order to fend off the Gotei 13.[17]


When Captain-Commander Yamamoto uses his Shikai to trap the opposing captains, Baraggan assesses the situation, noting that their enemies are numerous and Aizen is trapped. Tier Harribel tells him that he underestimates Aizen, prompting him to respond back that she underestimates him. Baraggan then snaps his fingers, prompting his Fracción, Choe Neng Poww, Ggio Vega, and Abirama Redder, to pull out a throne for him to sit upon. He then decides to take control of the situation himself, telling Starrk he'd "better not have a problem with that". Starrk, in response, allows Baraggan to take over. He details that the town under them is a fake created as a replica from Soul Society and he notes that Aizen said that all they have to do is go to Soul Society to get the real one. Baraggan questions the need to go through the trouble and assesses that if the real town is being kept in Soul Society with pillars, then destroying the pillars will most likely result in its return to its natural place. He then orders his Fracción, Findorr Calius, to send Hollows to destroy them, but the Hollows are killed by Ikkaku Madarame, Yumichika Ayasegawa, Izuru Kira, and Shūhei Hisagi, who are protecting the pillars. In response, he sends four members of his Fracción; Poww, Charlotte, Abirama, and Findorr, to each of the pillars.[18][19]


In the ensuing battles, one by one, three of his Fracción are defeated and killed. However, Poww is able to destroy one of the pillars after he defeats Ikkaku, but with the intervention of Captain Sajin Komamura, he is also killed, and the damage to the tower is temporarily repaired. Baraggan, furious at having lost over half of his Fracción, prepares to take action himself but is persuaded otherwise by Ggio Vega, one of his two remaining Fracción. Ggio Vega then pleads with him to leave the Shinigami to him and his other Fracción, Nirgge Parduoc. Baraggan agrees and gives them a pre-battle pep talk before they engage Suì-Fēng and Marechiyo Ōmaeda[20] Ultimately both are also killed. He then rises from his throne, ready to engage both Suì-Fēng and Ōmaeda in battle.[21]

Baraggan Released (ep276)

Arrogante released.

Noticing his opponents are tired from their last battle, Baraggan notes how they have not budged him. Ōmaeda says to release the limiters, but Suì-Fēng tells him they are already at full strength.[22] Baraggan takes out his Zanpakutō and swings, and Suì-Fēng notes how she can barely dodge. Baraggan then tells her of the Espada's aspects of death and how he represents old age. Demonstrating his ability, he touches her left arm, causing the bones to break. This noticeably shocks her and Baraggan taunts her by telling her that she doesn't understand what death is; he then releases his Zanpakutō.[23] In his released form, Suì-Fēng watches in horror as she realizes that each step he takes on the roof causes it to rot and crumble. She then screams at Ōmaeda to run, but the Espada releases his Respira, which catches her broken left arm, causing it to begin rotting away to the bone. Realizing what has happened, Suì-Fēng begins to panic and has Ōmaeda cut off her arm before it spreads further. She is then taunted by Baraggan, who finds it funny that even Shinigami are afraid of death.[24] Baraggan then rushes at Ōmaeda, prompting him to run for his life.[25]


Baraggan chases after Ōmaeda who activates his Shikai in hopes of damaging Baraggan, but nothing works. Ōmaeda uses Bakudō #21. Sekienton, to create a smoke curtain in order to hide his escape. Baraggan then calls forth his Gran Caída, but soon notices the surge of energy from Suì-Fēng's Bankai being released and turns around to face her. Suì-Fēng emerges with her Bankai, Jakuhō Raikōben. Baraggan is somewhat surprised as he has yet to see one. Suì-Fēng explains that she would have preferred not to use it, as it offends her pride as the commander of the Onmitsukidō. Suì-Fēng then sets herself up to fire the projectile at Baraggan; resulting in a huge blazing explosion.[26] After the arrival of Hooleer, Baraggan appears in the smoke, still alive.[27] After Hachigen Ushōda arrives, Baraggan interrupts their reunion, stating that it doesn't matter who they are or what powers they have, for everything is equal before him. Baraggan then taunts Hachi telling him to come to him so he can turn him to bone and destroy him. Hachi claps his hands together and forms a barrier to ensnare Baraggan. Hachi states that he has seen what Baraggan can do, this being the reason he came to fight him in the first place. Hachi tells him that all attacks are the same unless they can touch you, and that Baraggan wields a truly fearsome power. Baraggan touches the barrier and it begins to deteriorate; much to Hachi's surprise. Baraggan then asks if he thought that age could not touch Kidō.[28]

Barrier ruptured

Baraggan is attacked inside the Kidō cage.

Baraggan continues explaining that nothing last forever. Hachi generates a barrier and Baraggan begins to rot it away, however, Hachi recites an incantation before releasing a giant barrier that separates them.[29] Baraggan tries to destroy the wall before he notices something behind him.[30] Hachi continues to create more barriers, fully entrapping Baraggan, who becomes very angry.[31] Hachi simply states the barrier is not to seal him. Hachi goes on explains that Baraggan had earlier used his aging ability on Suì-Fēng's Bankai and made it explode far away from him so that he escaped the explosion. Hachi then deduces that if Baraggan is somewhere he can't escape the explosion, then his powers won't be fast enough to keep it away from him. The pinwheel section of barrier partially opens and Suì-Fēng sticks Jakuhō Raikōben in. Firing it, the barrier cracks.[32]

As they think it is over, the building that Suì-Fēng and Ōmaeda are on begins to crumble and fall apart right out from under them. All too late realizing that it is the deteriorating powers of Baraggan's Respira. Baraggan screams from beyond the smoke screen that he will never forgive them. Hachi's eyes widen in surprise and he states that it's impossible for him to be alive. Baraggan continues telling them he will not forgive them for injuring him. He finally appears with the left half of his face blown off. He brings forth more Respira to engulf the area. Hachi puts up a barrier and dons his Hollow Mask in order to repel the Respira. Baraggan tells him he is clever, but asks him who he thinks he is playing Hollow with as he should know his place for he is the Great Emperor; the God of Hueco Mundo. The Respira breaks through Hachi's barrier, and Suì-Fēng screams his name as Baraggan laughs. Baraggan goes into a speech about how all are beneath him regardless of their power, their differences and dominions only his power is absolute, as his Respira attacks Hachi shattering his Hollow Mask.[33]

As he continues to speak Hachi's right arm is enveloped in Baraggan's Respira causing it to begin deteriorating. Hachi covers what is left of his arm with a barrier, causing Baraggan to pause and question what Hachi has done to his right arm. Hachi then points at Baraggan to which the Espada asks what he is doing. Hachi plainly states that he gave it to him.[34] Baraggan's chest glows to which he asks what is happening. Hachi explains that Baraggan stated that only his power is absolute. As the barrier placed in Baraggan's stomach is revealed it begins to dissipate unsealing Hachi's deteriorating right arm that was held inside it, causing Baraggan to deteriorate at an extremely fast rate. Baraggan realizes all too late that Hachi cut off his arm inside a barrier and transferred it to his stomach. Hachi continues to say that if Baraggan's power is truly absolute, then even he can't stand against it. Hachi notes that it was only a guess and he is glad he wasn't wrong. Baraggan becomes irritated at this. Hachi continues stating that in Soul Society there are no Gods other than the Shinigami, the Gods of Death; therefore, anyone that isn't a Shinigami can't understand the seriousness of his words. He asks that Baraggan forgive him for their lack of belief, sarcastically calling him the "God of Hueco Mundo" as Baraggan disintegrates due to his own power; thus ending the life of the Espada.[35]

File:Baraggan Death.jpg

As he dies, Baraggan recalls the first time he met Sōsuke Aizen[36] and before disintegrating completely, throws his Gran Caída at him in one last attempt to fulfill his vow to kill him. Baraggan's final attack proves futile, as the weapon rots away before it can reach Aizen. Aizen then turns his back on Baraggan as he disintegrates entirely, leaving only his crown to fall to the ground and shatter.[37]

Powers & Abilities

Axeman: Baraggan is skillful at using his Zanpakutō defensively in battle, as seen in his fight against Suì-Fēng and Ōmaeda, only utilizing his raw power when actually attacking. He was also seen throwing it as a last ditch effort to kill Sōsuke Aizen before his death. [38]

Enhanced Strength: Despite his elderly appearance, Baraggan has shown great physical strength. He is able to effortlessly crush his arm-rest made of bone. He wields his large Zanpakutō with enough force to slice through large buildings with extreme ease and only a casual swing.[39][40] The force is strong enough to cut buildings in two from a mile away.[41]

File:Barragan Spiritual Power.jpg

Immense Spiritual Power: As a member of the top four Espada, Baraggan is forbidden to release his Zanpakutō inside Las Noches because such a release could destroy the entire fortress.[42] His spiritual power is dark red.[43] It was powerful enough to send a shockwave across Karakura Town when he exerted it.[44] As he was also known as King of Hueco Mundo, his powers were apparently vast and well known.[45]

Keen Intellect: Baraggan has proven to be rather perceptive as he easily deduced that the jūreichi was a fake and that the four pillars needed to be destroyed in order to reveal the Real Karakura Town. He even seemed to be aware of the exact locations of the pillars.[46] He is just as perceptive in battle as he could easily see through Suì-Fēng's attack strategy.[47]

Enhanced Hierro: Baraggan also appears to have a strong Hierro, taking a direct hit from Suì-Fēng's Jakuhō Raikōben and only having the left part of his skull and his lower right arm destroyed.[48]

Descorrer (解空(デスコレール), Desukorēru; Japanese for "Loosed Void", Spanish for "Drawing Back/Opening"):[49] A technique used by Espada-level Arrancar, and sometimes others, to open a Garganta between the Human World and Hueco Mundo. He uses one to travel to the fake Karakura Town.[50]

Sonído: Baraggan is capable of using Sonído, though his exact level of skill with it is unknown. He has used the technique very sparingly, employing it only to appear before Marechiyo Ōmaeda as he fled and to evade an unsuspected attack.[51][52]

Senescencia (セネスセンシア, Senesusenshia; Spanish and Japanese for "Senescence"): As the Espada who represents "aging", Baraggan is able to dilate time around him, thereby reducing the speed of any target that comes near him and making their efforts at attacking him useless, giving him sufficient time to counter them. He used this aspect of the ability in his fight against Suì-Fēng and Ōmaeda so that they were incapable of landing a hit on him. The ability also allows him to accelerate the age of whatever he touches, causing the appropriate damage that comes with aging. This portion of his ability was used to age Suì-Fēng's left arm to the point that its bones became so brittle that they eventually broke. His proficiency in this ability is so great that he was able to get next to Suì-Fēng, a Shinigami known for her great speed, and lightly tap her on the shoulder, while the latter could only react with confusion at what just transpired.[53]


File:Baraggan zanpakuto.jpg

Arrogante (髑髏大帝 (アロガンテ), arogante; Spanish for "Arrogant," Japanese for "Great Skull Emperor"): Unlike most Arrancar, Baraggan's Zanpakutō takes the form of a large, double-headed battleaxe with a pair of rounded blades and a slit-eye pendant in the middle of its focal point. Despite it being roughly the same size as himself, Baraggan wields his Zanpakutō with a single hand relatively easily. During the battle in the fake Karakura Town, he initially kept it hidden in his throne.[54]

File:Baraggan released.jpg
  • Resurrección: Arrogante's release phrase is Rot (朽ちろ, kuchiro; Viz: "Decay"). When releasing his Zanpakutō, Baraggan holds it out in front of him with its axe-head pointing downwards and declares the release. The slit-eye pendant between the axe-blades then releases red spiritual energy, and begins to generate numerous jet-black/purple flames which literally burn away Baraggan's flesh, reducing his entire body to little more than a skeleton, with his head becoming a skull and his hands and arms reduced to bone. However, he retains both of his armbands. Afterwards, Baraggan's body becomes draped in a purple cloak, with a pitch-black tattered fur collar around his neck area and the fringes of his cloak, which gives him a macabre appearance strongly reminiscent of a lich. Several lengths of golden chain, originally worn like a belt around his waist, now dangle out of his armbands. The eye from his Zanpakutō is now worn at the center of his chest near his neck as an elegant pendant. The sandals of his uniform become white, pointed-toe boots. His crown-like mask fragment turns into a full, extravagantly decorated and bejeweled crown with a chain running downward on the left side. He still retains the scar present on his right eye from his previous form, visible now as an apparent crack in the same location.[55]
Resurrección Special Ability: His natural abilities are further enhanced by his release.
  • Enhanced Senescencia: While in his Resurrección form, Baraggan is able to age and deteriorate every object around him; even the very building he walks upon begins deteriorating from his mere presence.[56] Because of this he is protected from most close-range and melee attacks, as everything that comes within a specific range of him rapidly ages and disintegrates before actually making contact.[57] For example, Baraggan is able to deteriorate numerous rocks thrown at him by Ōmaeda's Shikai as they make contact with his field.[58] He used the ability on Suì-Fēng's Bankai to make it explode far away from him, allowing him to escape the blast relatively undamaged.[59]
  • Respira (死の息吹 (レスピラ), resupira; Spanish for "Breathe", Japanese for "Breath of Death"): Baraggan unleashes a black and purple, smoke-like miasma that radiates outward from him. The Respira immediately ages and rots anything that it comes into contact with. It can move fast enough to strike even Suì-Fēng while she was attempting to escape from it at full speed. The miasma decayed the skin on Suì-Fēng's left arm until only shredded clothes and her arm's skeleton were left behind. Even after escaping the attack, the deterioration continued until the afflicted area was amputated.[60] Another notable aspect of the ability is that Baraggan can control its speed, as he purposely released a slower Respira when chasing Ōmaeda.[61] Respira can even dissolve Kidō, as Baraggan demonstrated when he destroyed a Kidō cage that Hachigen had imprisoned him in.[62] Baraggan explained this aspect by stating that because all living things eventually die, the things that they create eventually die as well.[63] Under normal circumstances, Baraggan is protected from the effects of his own ability. However, this protection is negated if his Respira somehow enters his own body.
  • Gran Caída (滅亡の斧 (グラン・カイダ), guran kaida; Spanish for "Great Fall", Japanese for "Axe of Ruin"): Baraggan now wields a Resurrección form of his original double-bladed axe, which he keeps hidden within his cloak. It is the same axe he used as King of Hueco Mundo, before he became an Arrancar. The axe itself has a much slimmer and darker appearance than its predecessor. It sports two pointed blades and a large spike protruding outwards from its center, in place of the now-absent slit-eye pendant. There are also four golden chains present around the base of the spike, which appear to extend into his cloak and attach to an ornate bracelet worn around his right wrist. Just as before, he wields the axe with a single hand. Baraggan uses this in an attempt to finish Ōmaeda off, referring to it as his "guillotine".[64]


File:Barragan Fracción.jpg

Baraggan's Fracción consists of six male Arrancar. All but one of his Fracción take the form of animals when they release their Zanpakutō.

  • Choe Neng Poww (チーノン・ポウ, Chīnon Pō)[65]: is a large Arrancar who was sent to deal with Ikkaku Madarame. Poww, surprisingly, defeated Ikkaku and was able to land a powerful hit on Captain Sajin Komamura, but he was soon crushed and killed under Sajin's Bankai.
  • Charlotte Chuhlhourne (シャルロッテ・クールホーン, Sharurotte Kūruhōn)[65]: is an Arrancar that appears as if he dresses in drag and is a narcissist like his assigned opponent, Yumichika Ayasegawa. He is soon defeated by Yumichika.
  • Abirama Redder (アビラマ・レッダー, Abirama Reddā)[65]: is a very outgoing Arrancar who screams that he is going to kill his opponent, while demanding his opponent do the same as a way to psyche each other out. He was sent to battle against, and ultimately beheaded by, Izuru Kira.
  • Findorr Calius (フィンドール・キャリアス, Findōru Kyariasu)[65]: appears to be the most composed member of Baraggan's Fracción, but is actually as arrogant and sadistic as the rest of them. He had an ability not seen before by most Arrancar, which was the ability to increase his power by tearing off a piece of his mask. He was sent to battle against, and killed by, Shūhei Hisagi.
  • Ggio Vega (ジオ・ヴェガ, Jio Vega)[65]: is the smallest member of Baraggan's Fracción. His attitude somewhat mirrors that of his adversary, Suì-Fēng, his opponent in the battle over the fake Karakura Town, but he is very sarcastic and enjoys taunting his opponents. He is later killed by Suì-Fēng, being stabbed through his right lung.
  • Nirgge Parduoc (ニルゲ・パルドゥック, Niruge Parudukku)[65]: is the last to be introduced. Facing Marechiyo Ōmaeda in battle, he relies more on his large size and power to win. He is killed by Suì-Fēng when she is thrown away by one of Ggio's attacks and crashes against his head.

Appearances in Other Media

Baraggan appears as a playable character in Bleach: Heat the Soul 7 where his Resurrección is his EX attack. He returns in Bleach: Soul Resurrección where his Resurrección is fully playable.


  • Baraggan never once referred to himself as an Espada and was only confirmed as the Second Espada by Coyote Starrk (albeit indirectly), making him the only Espada to have his rank confirmed by someone else.
  • Baraggan's aspect of death is Aging (or Time).[66][67]


  • (To Ggio Vega and Nirgge Parduoc) "Kill them. Do not allow even a single one of these ants to escape with his life. If you lose here, there will be no place for you to return to. Do not disappoint me. Do not force me to walk a path not stained with the blood of my enemies. Say it! Who do you serve?"[69]
  • (To Suì-Fēng) "Old age, meaning time. The mightiest and most absolute power of death. It stands in the way of every living being."[70]
  • (To Suì-Fēng) "You cannot comprehend it, that is the way death is, and from here on until this fight is over, not a single thing will happen that you will be able to comprehend."[71]
  • (To Marechiyo Ōmaeda ) "Hmph. It would appear you have nothing left to entertain me with, no matter how much I let you run about. Time to put an end to this."[72]
  • (To Hachigen Ushōda) "It matters not who you are or what manner of power you may possess. Before the power I wield, all beings are equal. Come. It is time that you too were reduced to naught but bones."[73]
  • (To Hachigen Ushōda) "I rule over aging. Using a bid for time against me is an action equivalent to spitting on a god. Considering that you're such small beings, I should probably praise you for doing your best."[74]
  • (To Suì-Fēng and Hachigen Ushōda) "It is unthinkable that you could inflict such severe injuries on me you damn ants, you are beyond redemption. Regret your insolence towards your emperor and turn to dust."[75]
  • (To Suì-Fēng and Hachigen Ushōda) "So puny! Shinigami, Humans, Hollows, Arrancar, their respective differences, quarrels, will, freedom, beasts, plants, the moon, the stars, the sun, all are beneath my contempt. In this world, my power alone is absolute. All other things are equal in their puniness. I possess the supreme power! This world should be under my rule! Equality cannot be born amidst opposing forces. Behold, in my cavernous eyes, your lives and those of ants are exactly the same."[76]
  • (To his army) "How tedious. There is nothing more meaningless than an army without an enemy to attack. Don't you all agree? I ask, but I don't suppose anyone will disagree with me."[77]
  • (To Sōsuke Aizen, Gin Ichimaru and Kaname Tōsen) "I had just gotten bored. If you all hadn't appeared here today, I think I would have divided my army in two and made them fight each other to the death."[78]
  • (To Sōsuke Aizen) "With these hands, I will make sure to kill you. You will regret giving me power. I am a king. I am a god. I will never die. And I will target you for all eternity, Sōsuke Aizen."[79]


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  13. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, pages 7-15
  14. Bleach manga; Chapter 244, pages 15-17
  15. Bleach manga; Chapter 245, page 6
  16. Bleach manga; Chapter 269, pages 8-9
  17. Bleach manga; Chapter 315, pages 10-14
  18. Bleach manga; Chapter 318
  19. Bleach manga; Chapter 319, pages 6-7
  20. Bleach Manga; Chapter 328, pages 15-17
  21. Bleach manga; Chapter 333, pages 12-13
  22. Bleach manga; Chapter 355, pages 8-12
  23. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, pages 8-20
  24. Bleach manga; Chapter 357, pages 1-14
  25. Bleach manga; Chapter 358, pages 8-12
  26. Bleach manga; Chapter 360, pages 5-19
  27. Bleach manga; Chapter 364, page 12
  28. Bleach manga; Chapter 368, pages 15-19
  29. Bleach manga; Chapter 369, pages 5-9
  30. Bleach manga; Chapter 369, pages 10-12
  31. Bleach manga; Chapter 369, pages 13-16
  32. Bleach manga; Chapter 369, pages 16-19
  33. Bleach manga; Chapter 370, pages 1-10
  34. Bleach manga; Chapter 370, pages 11-15
  35. Bleach manga; Chapter 370, pages 16-19
  36. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, pages 1-2
  37. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, pages 16-17
  38. Bleach anime; Episode 275
  39. Bleach manga; Chapter 328, page 15
  40. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 9
  41. Bleach anime; Episode 275, only appears in the anime.
  42. Bleach manga; Chapter 345, pages 7-9
  43. Bleach anime; Episode 226
  44. Bleach manga; Chapter 333, page 12
  45. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, pages 5-6
  46. Bleach manga; Chapter 318, pages 12-14
  47. Bleach anime; Episode 275
  48. Bleach manga, Chapter 370, page 6
  49. Bleach Official Character Book UNMASKED; page 149
  50. Bleach manga; Chapter 315, pages 10-14
  51. Bleach manga; Chapter 359, page 14
  52. Bleach anime; Episode 275
  53. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, pages 10-17
  54. Bleach manga; Chapter 355, page 9
  55. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, pages 19-20
  56. Bleach manga; Chapter 357, pages 5-6
  57. Bleach manga; Chapter 360, pages 7-8
  58. Bleach manga; Chapter 359, pages 15-17
  59. Bleach manga; Chapter 369, page 17
  60. Bleach manga; Chapter 357, page 8
  61. Bleach manga; Chapter 359, pages 15-17
  62. Bleach manga; Chapter 368, page 19
  63. Bleach manga; Chapter 329, page 2
  64. "Bleach manga; Chapter 360, pages 10-11
  65. 65.0 65.1 65.2 65.3 65.4 65.5 Bleach Volume 38; Arrancar datasheet
  66. Bleach Official Character Book MASKED
  67. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 15
  68. Bleach manga; Chapter 318, page 12
  69. Bleach manga; Chapter 329, pages 10-11
  70. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 15
  71. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 17
  72. Bleach manga; Chapter 360, page 10
  73. Bleach manga; Chapter 368, page 17
  74. Bleach manga; Chapter 369, page 16
  75. Bleach manga; Chapter 370, pages 5-6
  76. Bleach manga; Chapter 370, pages 12-13
  77. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, page 3
  78. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, page 6
  79. Bleach manga; Chapter 371, page 15


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