Overview

Resurrección
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Kanji 帰刃 (レスレクシオン)
Rōmaji Resurekushion
English Spanish for "Resurrection"

Japanese for "Returning Blade"

Information
Technique Type Arrancar Technique
User Arrancar
Kaname Tōsen

Resurrección (帰刃 (レスレクシオン), Resurekushion; Spanish for "Resurrection", Japanese for "Returning Blade") returns the essence of an Arrancar's offensive Hollow abilities to their humanoid bodies.[1]

Overview

Arrancar usually seal the nuclei of their abilities within the form of a sword, which is entirely different from what the Shinigami use. When they release their weapons' seals, they unleash their true power and their true form.[2] The only time they can return to their humanoid form is when they reseal their powers in sword form. Changing their form without resealing their powers in a sword is the same as burning off an arm, and if they were to discard part of their released form, while in it, they can never return to normal again.[3]

Most known Resurrección give the Arrancar user an animal-like appearance, but this is not always the case. While most unreleased Shinigami Zanpakutō take the form of a katana or wakizashi, there is a significantly broader range for Arrancar. Typical examples include a wide variety of melee weapons as sai, axes, or uniquely shaped weapons such as Nnoitra Gilga's double-crescent scythe-esque Zanpakutō. More exotic sealed states include organic appendages such as Aaroniero Arruruerie's Zanpakutō, or even an entire, sentient being such as Lilynette Gingerbuck being the Zanpakutō of Coyote Starrk.

An Arrancar's release drastically increases the combat viability and power of the Arrancar in question, and allows them full access to all of their abilities. The post-release form usually reflects to varying degrees what the Arrancar looked like as a pure Hollow. A Resurrección restores an Arrancar to its "true" form, resulting in significantly various increases in speed, strength, stamina, durability and spiritual power, as well as allowing access to both more powerful variations of previous techniques and completely new abilities. Some Arrancar even gain new weapons as a part of their released form. An Arrancar's Resurrección completely reverts their Reiatsu from that of an Arrancar to that of a Hollow.[4]

Kisuke Urahara and Mayuri Kurotsuchi liken an Arrancar's Resurrección to a Shinigami's Bankai, as they both are manifestations of the respective individual's increase of power, and cannot be repaired if damaged while in full release. The difference is that since a Hollow's power is equivalent to poison for a Quincy, they cannot medalize a Resurrección the same way they can a Bankai.[5]

Partial Transformation

Arrancar can partially transform their bodies without fully releasing their Zanpakutō. Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez transforms his hands into claws while pursuing Askin Nakk Le Vaar.[6]

Resurrección: Segunda Etapa

Ulquiorra Cifer, the 4th Espada, has demonstrated the ability to attain a second form of Resurrección called Segunda Etapa (刀剣解放第二階層 (レスレクシオン・セグンダ・エターパ), Resurekushion Segunda Etāpa; Spanish for "Resurrection: Second Stage", Japanese for "Sword Release: Second Level"; Viz "Second Stage Resurrection"). Among the Espada, he is the only member capable of the transformation.[7]

Uryū Ishida notes that Ulquiorra's Reiatsu in his second release is fundamentally different than anything else he had felt before, not just in strength or size but in sensation.[8]

Known Resurrección

Espada
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Ira (憤獣(イーラ), Īra; Spanish for "Anger", Japanese for "Angered Beast")[9] Katana Get Pissed Off[9]
Los Lobos (群狼 (ロス・ロボス), Rosu Robosu; Spanish for "The Wolves", Japanese for "Pack of Wolves")[10] Lilynette Gingerbuck Kick About[10]
Arrogante (髑髏大帝 (アロガンテ), Arogante; Spanish for "Arrogant", Japanese for "Grand Emperor of Skulls")[11] Battle Axe Rot[12]
Tiburón (皇鮫后 (ティブロン), Tiburon; Spanish for "Shark", Japanese for "Supernal Shark Empress")[13] Hollow Sword Destroy[14][15]
Gamuza (羚騎士 (ガミューサ), Gamyūsa; Spanish for "Chamois", Japanese for "Antelope Knight")[16] Katana Declare[17][18]
Murciélago (黒翼大魔 (ムルシエラゴ), Murushierago; Spanish for "Bat", Japanese for "Great Black-Winged Demon")[19] Katana Enclose[20][21]
Santa Teresa (聖哭螳螂 (サンタ テレサ), Santa Teresa; Common Spanish language name for "Mantis Religiosa", or in English, "Praying Mantis", Japanese for "Holy Wailing Praying Mantis")[22] Scythe-like Weapon Pray[22]
Pantera (豹王 (パンテラ), Pantera; Spanish for "Panther", Japanese for "Panther King")[23] Katana Grind[24][25]
Trepadora (蔦嬢 (トレパドーラ), Torepadōra; Spanish for "Climbing Vine", Japanese for "Ivy Lass")[26] Kodachi Strangle[26]
Brujería (呪眼僧伽 (ブルヘリア), Buruheria; Spanish for "Witchcraft", Japanese for "Sangha of Cursing Eyes")[27] Katana Suppress[28]
Fornicarás (邪淫妃 (フォルニカラス), Forunikarasu; Spanish for "You Will Fornicate", Japanese for "Consort of Lewdness")[29] Katana Sip[30][29]
Glotonería (喰虚 (グロトネリア), Gurotoneria; Spanish for "Gluttony", Japanese for "Devouring Hollow")[31][32] Tentacle Appendage Devour[32]
Privaron Espada
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Giralda (暴風男爵 (ヒラルダ), Hiraruda; Spanish for "Weather Vane", Japanese for "Baron of Storms")[33] Katana Whirl[34]
Golondrina (車輪鉄燕 (ゴロンドリーナ), Gorondorīna; Spanish for "Swallow", Japanese for "Car Wheel Iron Swallow")[35] Whip Variation Rip Off[36]
Dragra (龍拳 (ドラグラ), Doragura; Japanese for "Dragon Fist")[37] Knuckle Daggers Unknown
Fracción
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Águila (空戦鷲 (アギラ), Agira; Spanish for "Eagle", Japanese for "Air-Battle Eagle")[38] Katana Scalp[38]
Reina De Rosas (宮廷薔薇園ノ美女王 (レイーナ・デ・ロサス), Reīna de Rosasu; Spanish for "Queen of Roses", Japanese for "Beautiful Queen of the Royal Court Rose-Gardens")[39] Katana Sparkle[40]
Pinza Aguda (蟄刀流断 (ピンサグーダ), Pinsagūda; Spanish for "Sharp Pincer", Japanese for "Crab-Sword Flowing-Severance")[41] Katana Engrave the Surface of the Water[42]
Tigre Estoque (虎牙迅風 (ティグレストーク), Tiguresutōku; Spanish for "Tiger Rapier", Japanese for "Tiger Fang Swift Wind")[43] Katana Bite Off[43]
Calderón (巨腕鯨 (カルデロン), Karuderon; Spanish for "Pilot Whale", Japanese for "Gigantic Armed Whale")[44] Katana Breathe[44]
Mamut (巨象兵 (マムート), Mamūto; Spanish for "Mammoth", Japanese for "Gigantic Elephantine Soldier")[45] Katana Trample[46]
Cierva (碧鹿闘女 (シエルバ), Shieruba; Spanish for "Doe", Japanese for "Blue Cervine Fighting-Girl")[47] Chakram Bracelets Thrust[47]
Leona (金獅子将 (レオーナ), Reona; Spanish for "Lioness", Japanese for "Gold Lion General")[48] Broad Sword Devour[47]
Anaconda (白蛇姫 (アナコンダ), Anakonda; Spanish for "Anaconda", Japanese for "White Snake Princess")[48] Sai Strangle to Death[48]
Verruga (牙鎧士 (ベルーガ), berūga; Spanish for "Wart", Japanese for "Tusked Armored Samurai")[49] Katana Variation Crush[49]
Volcánica (火山獣 (ボルカニカ), Borukanika; Spanish for "Volcanic", Japanese for "Volcanic Beast")[50] Katana Erupt[50]
Tijereta (五鋏蟲 (ティヘレタ), Tihereta; Spanish for "Earwig", Japanese for "Five-Pincered Insect")[51] Katana Snip[51]
Del Toro (蒼角王子 (デルトロ), Derutoro; Spanish for "Of the Bull", Japanese for "Young Horned Prince")[52] Katana Skewer[52]
Números & Others
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Suzumushi Hyakushiki: Grillar Grillo (鈴虫百式狂枷蟋蟀 (グリジャル・グリージョ), Gurijaru Gurījo; Spanish for "Chirping Cricket", Japanese for "Bell Cricket Hundredth Style: Insane-Fettered Cricket")[53] Katana None[53]
Extinguir (滅火皇子 (エスティンギル), Esutingiru; Spanish for "To Extinguish", Japanese for "Imperial Prince of Perished Flames")[54] Claymore Unknown
Escolopendra (百刺毒娼 (エスコロペンドラ), Esukoropendora; Spanish for "Centipede", Japanese for "Poison Prostitute of a Hundred Stings")[55] Dagger Poison[55]
Árbol (髑髏樹 (アルボラ), Arubora; Spanish for "Tree", Japanese for "Cranial Tree")[56] Katana Grow[57]


Appearances in Other Media

Arrancar
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Fénix (不滅王 (フェニーチェ), Fenīche; Spanish for "Phoenix", Japanese for "Indestructible King") Katana Unknown
Jabalí (ハバリー, Habarī; Spanish for "Boar")[58] Katana Get Them[58]
Dientes (ディエンティス, Deienteisu; Spanish for "Teeth")[59] Katana Crunch[59]
Erizo (エリッソ, Erisso; Spanish for "Hedgehog")[58] Claymore Stab[58]
Gerifalte (ヘリファルテ, Herifarute; Spanish for "Gyrfalcon")[60] Katana Pollute[60]
Telaraña (絡新妖婦 (テイルレニア), Teararenia; Spanish for "Spiderweb", Japanese for "Jorō Spider Seductress")[61] Mask Remnant Dance Madly[61]
Langosta migratoria (戯擬軍翅 (ランゴスタ・ミグラトリア), Rangosuta miguratoria; Spanish for "Migratory Locust", Japanese for "Playful Mock-Army of Wings")[61] Unknown Play[61]
Ikomikidomoe Hō'ōraku Hakkei (已己巳己巴 鳳落八景, Hō'ōraku Hakkei means "Eight Picturesque Sights of the Fenghuang's Fall")[62] White Broadsword None

Hōgyoku Resurreccións

Bleach: Brave Souls features alternate universe versions of the Espada who have fused themselves with the Hōgyoku, causing them to attain transcended versions of their Resurreccións which resemble their standard released forms while incorporating the Hōgyoku and adding further onto their animal motifs; these forms are described as being Beyond Resurrección (帰刃(レスレクシオン)のその先へ, Resurekushion no Sono Saki e).[63]

Hōgyoku Resurreccións
Espada Special Technique Appearance
Yammy Llargo El Gigante de la Ira (エル・ヒガンテ・デ・ラ・イーラ, Eru Higante de ra Īra; Spanish for "The Giant of Anger") BBSYammy's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Coyote Starrk Revólver de Los Lobos (レーボルバー・デ・ロス・ロボス, Rēborubā de Rosu Robosu; Spanish for "Revolver of The Wolves") BBSStarrk's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Baraggan Louisenbairn Destino Arrogante (デスチノ・アロガンテ, Desuchino Arogante; Spanish for "Arrogant Destiny") BBSBaraggan's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Tier Harribel Dientes de Tiburón (ディエンテス・デ・ティブロン, Dientesu de Tiburon; Spanish for "Shark Teeth") BBSHarribel's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck Lanza de Luz Gamuza (ランサ・デ・ルス・ガミューサ, Ransa de Rusu Gamyūsa; Spanish for "Lance of Light Chamois") BBSNelliel's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Ulquiorra Cifer Tormenta de Murciélago (トルメンタ・デ・ムルシエラゴ, Torumenta de Murushierago; Spanish for "Bat Storm") BBSUlquiorra's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Nnoitra Gilga Santa Teresa Guadaña (サンタ・テレサ・グアダニャ, Santa Teresa Guadanya; Spanish for "Praying Mantis Scythe") BBSNnoitra's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez Pantera Destrucción (パンテラ・デストルクシオン, Pantera Desutorukushion; Spanish for "Panther Destruction") BBSGrimmjow's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Zommari Rureaux Brujería Gobernante (ブルヘリア・ゴベルナンテ, Buruheria Goberunante; Spanish for "Witchcraft Ruler") BBSZommari's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Szayelaporro Granz La Vida Fornicarás (ラ・ビダ・フォルニカラス, Ra Bida Forunikarasu; Spanish for "You Will Fornicate Life") BBSSzayelaporro's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png
Aaroniero Arruruerie Glotonería Fuerte (グロトネリア・フエルテ, Gurotoneria Fuerute; Spanish for "Strong Gluttony") BBSAaroniero's Hogyoku Resurreccion.png

Trivia

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