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Ichimonji's power is control over the color black, not control over darkness like is stated on his page. http://puu.sh/dgEii/ecc5724f75.jpg わしの力は「黒」 = My power is "black".
It's not that it gains power from darkness, but from anything that is colored black. Because it's a paintbrush, which uses ink. —This unsigned comment is by Simcknett (talk • contribs) . Please sign your posts with ~~~~!
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I can actually see in the image, that his entire torso has been erased. I see actual pieces of his rib bones in midair, the spine from his waist, his arms and head no longer attached to a body. Shouldn't it be changed from "blasted" to erased or something more accurate? Yatanogarasu (talk) 18:30, December 19, 2014 (UTC)
- Personally, I'm for using blasted until we see the full extent of the damage (presumably) next chapter, such that we can more accurately describe what happened. Right now, the only image we've got is somewhat unclear as to the extent of the damage.--Xilinoc (talk) 20:22, December 19, 2014 (UTC)
...so why is my inclusion of him using the giant foot and hands being reverted? It's clear that it's of the same technique. And even if you think otherwise, at least include mention of it in Ichibe's P@A section...SilverRain (talk) 04:42, January 6, 2015 (UTC)
Since "Shinuchi" is the old term of the more common "Bankai", shouldn't it use "Bankai" instead for the "Shinuchi Special Ability" ? The other pages uses "Bankai Special Ability" so this page must use it too? The same for the "Shin'uchi: Shirafude Ichimonji" part. --Rainzoneg (talk) 11:55, February 7, 2015 (UTC)
- Not quite. See, Ichimonji was one of the, if not the, first Zanpakutō to attain an "evolved" form; back then, this was known as Shinuchi, not Bankai. Shinuchi is what Ichibei has to call out in order to make his Zanpakutō enter that evolved form, not Bankai, so its name is Shinuchi. If he shows the two can somehow be used interchangeably later on, we might change things, but right now what he has is most technically not a Bankai, but what a Bankai is at its base level with a different names. Hope that makes sense.--Xilinoc (talk) 15:29, February 7, 2015 (UTC)
一兵衛 is Ichibee not Ichibē. Because 兵衛 are two kanji, the pronunciation is split between them, so it's "Ichi-be-e" and not "Ichi-bee" or "Ichi-bei". There are only a couple of words native to Japanese that uses ē within a single kanji and they are 姉さん and 姐さん. This page should be at "Ichibee Hyōsube".—Ryulong (琉竜) 21:25, May 25, 2015 (UTC)