"If this eye cannot see a thing, then it does not exist. That is the assumption under which I have always fought. What is this "heart?" If I tear open that chest of yours, will I see it there? If I smash open that skull of yours, will I see it there?"
Ulquiorra is a slender, yet fairly muscular, male Arrancar of average height with a melancholic appearance. He has fairly short, messy black hair, pale white skin, a black upper lip, and green eyes with small slit-shaped pupils, similar to a cat's. Part of his bangs fall between his eyes, and he has distinctively thick eyebrows. He has teal lines which descend from the lower part of his eyes. His facial expression rarely changes, though he is almost always frowning. He wears typical Arrancar clothes: a white jacket, black sash, and a white hakama. However, his jacket has longer coattails than others, and the collar is higher.
Like most other Arrancar, he possesses remnants of his former life as a Hollow in his appearance. His Hollow hole is located on his sternum, though the hole was initially located on the base of his throat. The remainder of his Hollow mask lies on the top-left side of his head, forming a broken horned helmet. His Espada tattoo lies on the left side of his chest.
As a Hollow, Ulquiorra was roughly the same size, with a full white mask and body, and large black wings mounted on his lower back. His mask covered his entire face, with a line running up the middle that diverged into three near the top of his head, and two long horns sprouting out from the sides of his head at ear level.
Ulquiorra is a very cold, callous, and dispassionate figure, and is rather aloof, brooding, and indifferent, willing to harm his comrades in addition to his enemies should they get in his way. He refers to anyone he does not find interesting as "trash", and treats them as expendable. Despite this, like most of the other top Espada, he is not particularly violent, and will only fight when provoked or ordered to by Aizen.
As stated by Grimmjow, Ulquiorra demonstrates a strange habit when killing victims he is particularly interested in; he stabs them with his bare hand in the same location as his Hollow hole. Whether he is consciously aware of this habit or not is unknown. During a speech to Orihime, he claims he does not believe in Human emotions, which he refers to as the "heart," reasoning that if his eye cannot see them, they do not exist. These words, and much of Ulquiorra's overall behavior, reflect the concepts of materialism, which connects to his aspect of death as an Espada, Emptiness. In the last seconds of his life, he seems to finally find his own "heart" and comes to understand feelings.
His cold demeanor allows him to stay completely calm and in control in most situations, and he is not easily surprised or caught off-guard. However, he does not seem to comprehend the trait of fighting against all odds; during his final battle with Ichigo, he completely overwhelms the Substitute Shinigami after entering his Resurrección, yet Ichigo continues to fight on regardless of this, prompting a visibly frustrated Ulquiorra to yell about how pointless Ichigo continuing to fight is before entering his Segunda Etapa form in an attempt to show Ichigo "true despair".
Ulquiorra can be very demanding, coming to Orihime's chamber and ordering her to eat a meal an Arrancar servant brought in, claiming that, for Aizen's benefit, it was her "duty" to stay alive. When Orihime hesitates, he threatens to force the food down her throat or strap her to a table and feed her via an IV. This implies that, while he prefers not to dirty his hands, Ulquiorra is fully capable of committing truly abhorrent and inhumane actions without feeling any shred of remorse or hesitation. Despite his demanding nature, Ulquiorra is not vain like most of his fellow Espada. He maintains a cautious and cool demeanor, being always in control of his actions. He holds himself with decent dignity and finds Nnoitra's taunts about "punishing" Orihime repulsive and vulgar.
After Ichigo's Hollow form overwhelms and strikes him down during his last battle, Ulquiorra maintains his composure and calmly berates himself for being defeated by a "Human-turned-Hollow." Believing he no longer has a purpose in life since he was so utterly defeated by his opponent, he demands that Ichigo kill him and compliments Ichigo when he decides to use a point-blank Cero to kill him, claiming the lack of mercy is "rather Hollow-like."
As a Hollow, Ulquiorra felt alone in the world, being white while those around him were black. He wandered Hueco Mundo alone, lamenting his existence, until one day he came across a white tree with many sharp spines. Ulquiorra found it satisfying due to its emptiness and sank into it, destroying part of his mask, finally at peace. An unspecified amount of time later, he was recruited by Sōsuke Aizen into the Espada.
Hueco Mundo arc
Fake Karakura Town arc
Powers & Abilities
Master Swordsman: Though he rarely engages in it, Ulquiorra is highly skilled in swordsmanship. He strikes with flawless precision, and uses his speed to inflict lethal attacks without much effort. Ulquiorra prefers to wield his sword with his right hand, leaving the other hand free. He can skillfully wield his sword while integrating Cero. His sharpness with the sword allows him to react to Ichigo's Getsuga Tenshō with the mask activated.
Master Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Ulquiorra mostly relies on hand-to-hand combat, rarely drawing his sword at all. Ichigo speculates he only draws his sword against opponents he considers "worthy". Ulquiorra seems to prefer an off-the-ground method of combat, often attacking opponents from aerial standpoints, such as when he attempted to use his Cero on an offending Grimmjow by attacking him from the air above his head, or when he jumped upwards with Sonído in an attempt to catch Ichigo off-guard during their most recent confrontation. His trademark attack towards prey he likes is to impale them in the chest, gouging a hole in them in the same place as his own.
Sonído Master: One of Ulquiorra's more noticeable traits is his tremendously skillful speed. He caught up with Ichigo after blasting him from a tower in a few moments. He can skillfully keep up with Ichigo's Bankai speed, moving excessively fast in combat; so fast Ichigo found it hard to even discern his movements at first. Ulquiorra even managed to outmaneuver a Hollowfied Ichigo until they reached the roof of Las Noches. He remained able to use Sonído while being burdened with the absence of most of his left leg.
Cero: Ulquiorra can fire Cero from his fingers with excessively destructive power. His Cero can be charged and fired relatively fast, and is green instead of red, which is the most common color of a Cero. The force of the blast can send an opponent hurtling long distances, effectively destroying any obstacle in its path at great range. He can fire it from either hand.
Keen Intellect: In addition to his remarkable combat prowess, Ulquiorra is gifted with great insight and understanding of situations at hand. His intelligence is something Aizen, a man arguably best known for his intellect, harbors respect for, as he sent Ulquiorra to investigate Ichigo's power and threat level. With his calm and collected nature, Ulquiorra is highly perceptive and analytical, deducing the basic idea of his opponent's skills to figure out their strengths and weaknesses.
Bala: This technique hardens the user's spiritual pressure and fires it like a bullet from their fist. Ulquiorra's Bala is red, and is powerful enough to blast a huge hole into two unseated Shinigami.
Enhanced Hierro: The hardened skin of the Arrancar, which is a result of their compressed spiritual power. Ulquiorra's skin is highly durable, even by Arrancar standards. He can deflect attacks of similar power barehanded. During their second encounter, Ulquiorra took Getsuga Tenshō head-on from a Hollowfied Bankai-wielding Ichigo without injury, and defeated him unarmed (albeit Ichigo was battle-worn). The best example of his Hierro's might is him taking a direct slash from Ichigo's Tensa Zangetsu with only a minor cut on his chest, while his fellow Espada Yammy Llargo lost an arm from the same opponent.
Enhanced Pesquisa: The Arrancar ability to sense spiritual energy. While any Arrancar can learn it, Ulquiorra possesses impressive skill with it. From a single glance at his opponent, Ulquiorra can immediately determine how powerful his opponent is. He can comprehend the flow and concentration of the person's energy, instantly noticing Ichigo's energy was fluctuating due to his inner Hollow.
Enhanced Strength: Ulquiorra is deceptively mighty for his slim build. He can physically injure Yammy, an Espada known primarily for his physical strength, with no visible effort. He can upturn huge portions of rock floor with a single strike at the ground with his sword. With a single kick, Ulquiorra sent Ichigo flying a tremendous distance away.
High-Speed Regeneration: Despite having great speed, durability, and attack power, Ulquiorra's greatest strength lies in his regenerative power. This power allows him to regenerate his eye after using his Solita Vista ability. During his battle against Ichigo's new Hollow form, he is even able regenerate his arm after having it torn off. Ulquiorra states it is his greatest power, one which most Arrancar give up in return for greater strength. He explains he can quickly regenerate any part of his body except for his brain and internal organs.
Solita Vista (共眼界 (ソリタ・ヴィスタ), Sorita Visuta; Spanish for "Accustomed View", Japanese for "Inclusive Field of View"): This ability allows Ulquiorra to replay events he has seen to others by removing and crushing an eye, which turns into dust and flows around those he intends to use it on. The dust relays his sight and feelings.
Immense Spiritual Power: His spiritual power is immensely high. As the fourth Espada, he is forbidden from releasing his Zanpakutō within Las Noches, as such a release could destroy the fortress. During his first visit to Karakura Town, he compared his spiritual power to that of Ichigo Kurosaki, a Shinigami with exceedingly high spiritual energy, and states Ichigo's energy at its peak is higher than his own, but fluctuates. His Reiatsu is green.
Descorrer (解空 (デスコレール), Desukorēru; Spanish for "Drawing Back/Opening", Japanese for "Loosed Void"): A technique used by Espada-level Arrancar, and sometimes others, to open a Garganta between the Human World and Hueco Mundo.
- Garganta Broadcast: Ulquiorra can create a visual broadcast, similar to a television screen, using individual Garganta portals. He uses this technique to show the current predicament of Orihime's friends (Ichigo, Tōshirō Hitsugaya, and Rangiku Matsumoto) fighting their respective battles. (Unnamed)
Murciélago (黒翼大魔 (ムルシエラゴ), Murushierago; Spanish for "Bat", Japanese for "Great Black-Winged Demon"): Ulquiorra's Zanpakutō is a standard sized katana with a green handle and sheath. The guard has two curved extensions from its long sides with a line going through both sides, giving it an eye-like appearance.
- Resurrección: Its release command is "Enclose" (鎖せ, tozase; Viz "Imprison"). Murciélago unleashes a black and green burst of spiritual energy, which falls around Ulquiorra as green rain. In his released state, Ulquiorra becomes bat-like in appearance. While in this form, large, black bat wings form on his back, his hair grows longer and wilder, and the remains of his Hollow mask centers atop his head, with two large horns extending outward to the sides towards the front. The lines on his face become black, broader, and more triangular, and his fingernails lengthen. His Arrancar attire becomes more form fitting and closed at the top, becoming more like a robe towards the bottom. In this form, he can use his wings for flight.
- Resurrección Special Ability: He gains even greater physical abilities in this form. Ulquiorra has the unique ability to enter a second released form called Resurrección: Segunda Etapa.
- Enhanced Speed: His speed is greatly enhanced, moving great distances in an instant as if to displace himself, and pushing Ichigo to the point where his Hollow mask-enhanced Bankai has difficulty keeping up.
- Enhanced Spiritual Power: Though already possessing immense spiritual power, in his Resurrección, his black and green spiritual energy permeates the area. It is intense enough to create a profound effect on others and coalesce into green rain which falls in the surrounding area when he releases.
- Cero Oscuras (黒虚閃 (セロ・オスキュラス), sero osukyurasu; Spanish for "Dark Zero", Japanese for "Black Hollow Flash"): It is a black Cero with a green outline, which Ulquiorra states to be similar to Ichigo's black Getsuga Tenshō. Ulquiorra's Cero Oscuras is powerful enough to blast Ichigo's mask away and destroy a large part of the city-sized Las Noches' dome. Ulquiorra refers to it as "our Cero". It can be used in his Segunda Etapa form.
- Resurrección: 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's Release: Second Level"; Viz "Second Stage Resurrection") Upon his transformation, Ulquiorra states he is the only Arrancar among the Espada who can reach a second Resurrección form, and even Aizen has not seen him in this form. Ulquiorra refers to his second state as "True Despair", both before and after its release, because the immensely dense spiritual pressure it releases instills despair upon those around him. While he retains his black wings (which he can use defensively and offensively), his long white coat is gone, revealing his slender white torso, with his bare chest patterned so his Hollow hole (which has become larger) appears to be dripping black, blood-like liquid. His waist becomes covered in something similar to black fur, which covers his arms and legs. His fingers grow claw-like extensions, and his feet resemble talons. The irises of his eyes turn yellow, and the sclera become green. The tear-like marks under his eyes increase in size and turn black. Ulquiorra's mask is completely gone. He has two large bat ears, and the #4 Espada tattoo is no longer visible on his chest.
- Overwhelming Reiatsu: Ulquiorra's already immense spiritual power significantly changes its Reiatsu's nature upon entering his second stage. Even being within the vicinity of his release instills despair on those who can sense it. Uryū Ishida, a Quincy who is an expert at sensing Reiatsu, noted that the density of Ulquiorra's spiritual power was so vast it could hardly be identified as Reiatsu.
- Lanza del Relámpago (雷霆の槍 (ランサ・デル・レランパーゴ), ransa deru reranpāgo; Spanish for "Lance of the Lightning", Japanese for "Lance of Thunder and Lightning"): Ulquiorra creates a javelin-like weapon using his spiritual power. It is quite like his original energy javelins, with the only noticeable difference being the energy flowing off of each end in a fashion similar to flames, making it look more arrow-shaped. He can use this weapon as a projectile or as a melee weapon. When thrown, it produces an incredibly destructive explosion on impact, which dwarfs the fortress of Las Noches in height. Ulquiorra prefers to not use the attack at close range, most likely because the resulting blast would damage himself as well as Las Noches. While he can use these spears in rapid succession, he has difficulty controlling their trajectory. When Hollow Ichigo threw his amputated arm at him, Ulquiorra was able to disintegrate it upon impact by simply striking it.
Appearances in Other Media
|Video Game Appearances|
- Ulquiorra has his own character album as part of the Bleach Beat Collection 3rd Session. The three vocal tracks are titled CRUSH the "WORLD" DowN, Our World, and "Voice Message".
- He features in the second volume of Bleach "B" Station's third season, as well as volume five of season five.
- BuriCon - Bleach Concept Covers features Ulquiorra performing "Anima Rossa."
- In Bleach: The Hell Verse, Ulquiorra is featured briefly in the opening, as his fight with Ichigo is re-enacted.
- Ulquiorra is the first Arrancar to be featured in a Bleach video game, first appearing in Heat the Soul 3. He has a cameo and artwork in Dark Souls.
- His Resurrección: Segunda Etapa is playable for the first time in Soul Carnival 2, and again later in Heat the Soul 7.
- In The 3rd Phantom, he is capable of using a skill called Expiacion (Spanish for "Atonement/Expiation"), a powerful technique where a black 'X' is formed which damages not only his foes, but also himself if he is caught in it, with an aftermath of holding down his opponents who are in range of the attack.
- In Soul Resurrección, Ulquiorra is playable in his Segunda Etapa form, and can use Tromba (魔旋襲 (トロンバ), Toronba; Spanish for "Whirlwind", Japanese for "Devil Whirling Strike"), where he rapidly flies around the enemy in a circle while leaving damaging green energy behind him. He can also use Vuello Oscuras (黒翔撃 (ヴェロ・オスキュラス), Vuero Osukyurasu; Spanish for "Dark Flight", Japanese for "Black Soaring Attack"), where he flies in a loop-de-loop before surging forward, damaging all enemies in his path.
- In Brave Souls, Ulquiorra has various appearances and special attacks, such as Cero Oscuras- Aplastado (Spanish for "Crushed"), where Ulquiorra use his Cero Oscuras in a wide area.
- Retaining the black markings and white skin of his Segunda Etapa form, Ulquiorra gains long white hair, horns made of green-black Reiatsu, four large black wings, and a blaze of green-black Reiatsu on the end of his tail. A black robe covers the lower half of his body, while his chest, shoulders and arms have cracks filled with green Reiatsu. His Hollow Hole is larger and heart-shaped, with Aizen's Hōgyoku inside it surrounded by green Reiatsu.
- In this form, Ulquiorra is a melee strong attack character with the "Power" Attribute and the "No Affiliation Killer" ability who has a chance to inflict Weaken with every attack other than his second Strong Attack, which is a combined barrier and boost move, and his third Strong Attack is a charged move. His unlockable skills are "Bruiser +20%", "Devastation +40%", "Enhancer +10 secs.", "Frenzy", "Poise", and "Sprinter +1", while his Soul Trait is "Strong Attack Damage +25%". Ulquiorra's special is Tormenta de Murciélago (トルメンタ・デ・ムルシエラゴ, Torumenta de Murushierago; Spanish for "Bat Storm"), where he gathers spiritual energy to create a massive tornado-like pillar, dealing immense damage to enemies.
- Ulquiorra is also playable as an alternate-reality version of himself from a technology-oriented Soul Society known as the Machine Society. In this form, Ulquiorra is a melee strong attack character with the "Speed" attribute and the "Hollow Killer" ability who can inflict Weaken with every attack. His unlockable skills are "Berserker (+20%)", "Bruiser (+20%)", "Debilitator (+5 secs.)", "Devastation (+40%)", "Frenzy", "Guard Break", and "Sprinter (+1)", while his Soul Trait is "Strong Attack Recharge Time -12%". Ulquiorra's special is Malachite Blade (翠黒のアサルトブレード, Suikoku no Asaruto Burēdo; Japanese for "Dark Green Assault Blade"), where he unleashes a plunging aerial attack that inflicts immense damage and Weaken.
- Additionally, Ulquiorra is playable in his base form, drawing from his first appearance in Karakura Town when he and Yammy were confronted by Ichigo, Kisuke Urahara, and Yoruichi Shihōin. In this form, Ulquiorra is a ranged strong attack character with the "Power" attribute and the "Arrancar Killer" ability. His unlockable skills are "Berserker +40%", "Bruiser +40%", "Devastation +60%", "Frenzy", "Guard Break", "Sprinter +1", and "Weaken Defense", while his Soul Trait is "Strong Attack Recharge Time -14%". Ulquiorra's special is Conquistador (征服, Seifuku; Japanese for "Subjugation/Conquest"), where he fires a devastating Cero that inflicts immense damage.
- Ulquiorra is also playable in a Frenzy summon that draws from his base Resurrección, Murciélago. In this form, Ulquiorra is a melee character with the "Heart" Attribute and the "Shinigami Killer" ability whose second Strong Attack is a ranged move. His unlockable skills are "Berserker +40%", "Bombardment", "Bruiser +20%", and "Sprinter +1", while his Soul Traits are "Strong Attack Damage +18%" and "Evasion 9%". Ulquiorra's special is Cero Oscuras (黒虚閃, Kurokyosen; Spanish for "Dark Zero", Japanese for "Black Hollow Flash"), where he fires a powerful blast of black Reiryoku that inflicts immense damage to any enemy it hits.
- Additionally, Ulquiorra is playable in his Resurrección: Segunda Etapa form, drawing from his fight against Ichigo. In this form, Ulquiorra is a ranged character with the "Mind" Attribute and the "Shinigami Killer" ability whose third Strong Attack is a charged move. His unlockable skills are "Bruiser +20%", "Debilitator +2 secs.", "Devastation +40%", "Frenzy", "Havoc +20%", and "Sprinter +1", while his Soul Trait is "Strong Attack Recharge Time -12%". Ulquiorra's special is Cero Oscuras - Aplastado (黒虚閃・破砕, Kurokyosen: Hasai; Spanish for "Dark Zero: Crushed", Japanese for "Black Hollow Flash: Crushing"), where he unleashes a Cero Oscuras that spreads over a wide area, inflicting immense damage and Burn.
- In the manga, after Ulquiorra struck Yammy in the stomach, the latter's stomach was bleeding, but in the anime, Yammy's stomach was shown to be slightly bruised.
- In the anime, Ulquiorra wasn't shown completely removing his left eye when he used his Solita Vista, as he did in the manga. His eyelids were also not opened in the anime either as they are in the manga.
- Ulquiorra dispatching the 2 Shinigami that were escorting Orihime Inoue back to the World of the Living is drastically toned down in the anime. In the manga, Ulquiorra blasted off a large portion of the first Shinigami's right arm and right side. He then did the same to the second Shinigami, plus the second's right arm coming off. In the anime however, Ulquiorra severely injured them the same way, but the Shinigami's silhouettes were shown more than their bodies.
- In the manga, during his fight with Hollow Ichigo, the latter throws Ulquiorra's amputated arm at him a second time. In the anime however, a large boulder is thrown instead.
- Ulquiorra's name is sometimes romanized as Ulquiorra Schiffer.
- He was voted the 10th most popular character in the most recent popularity poll with 3751 votes.
- His theme song, as chosen by Tite Kubo, is "Moonshield," on the album "The Jester Race" by the group "In Flames."
- Ulquiorra's aspect of death is Emptiness.
- Ulquiorra's name stems from that of Patricia Urquiola, a Spanish architect and designer.
- Ulquiorra's first appearance in the manga was considerably different from his later appearances in the manga and the anime. He had thinner eyelashes, a lack of black borders on his coat, a higher Hollow hole, a longer Hollow mask remnant with a notable crack, and shorter hair. He was more prone to making facial expressions, conflicting with his melancholic demeanor.
- Ulquiorra appears to have dark-colored nails in the manga, but in the anime, they appear to be normal-colored.
- Ulquiorra's death was voted the most impactful scene of the year by the fans, and was played on the screen in Jump Festa 2009, with Tite Kubo present.
- In the Bleach best bout poll, Ulquiorra's final fight with Ichigo came in second place.
- (To Orihime Inoue) "The fact that you only have two escorts is a bit anticlimactic, but having those annoying walls fixed in place suits me just fine, since rushing a conversation isn't really in my nature."
- (To Orihime Inoue) "Do not ask any questions. Do not say anything. You have no rights. What you hold in your hand is the rope to the guillotine above your friends' necks. Nothing more. Understand, girl. This is not a negotiation, it's an order."
- (To Orihime Inoue) "What would you have me say? 'Don't worry, I'm sure he's still alive'? Ridiculous. I am not here to comfort you. I don't understand: why are you so fixated on life and death? At any rate, your friends will soon be annihilated. So what if that's one step closer? They should have seen this coming from the start. If they couldn't see it coming, the fault lies in their own foolishness. Laughing them off as a group of idiots would be sufficient. Why can't you do that? If it were me, and my friends entered Hueco Mundo without first gauging their strength, I'd be infuriated by their stupidity."
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki) "Even if you rise up a thousand times, there will be no victory for any of you."
- (To Orihime Inoue) "Hearts, you say? You Humans are always so quick to speak of such things. As though you carry your hearts in the very palms of your hands. But this eye of mine perceives all. There is nothing that it overlooks. If this eye cannot see a thing, then it does not exist. That is the assumption under which I have always fought. What is this "heart"? If I tear open that chest of yours, will I see it there? If I smash open that skull of yours, will I see it there?" 
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki) "Do not allow yourself to be shaken. Do not weaken your stance. Open your senses. And do not let your guard down for an instant."
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki) "No matter how your appearance and techniques may resemble those of an Arrancar, it is as distant from us as the Earth from the sky. It is an understandable route for humans and Shinigami who wish to obtain power to imitate Hollows. However, it will never allow you to stand upon the same level as Arrancar."
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki before entering the Segunda Etapa) "Your words are those of a man who knows not true despair. If you know it not, then allow me to teach you. This is the face of true despair."
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki) "You are a fool, Ichigo Kurosaki. You willingly seek to challenge an opponent so much more powerful than you that it strikes a primal fear into your being. Incomprehensible. If this is the work of the 'heart' that you people speak of, then it is because you possess this 'heart' that you humans bring hurt upon yourself, because you possess this 'heart' that you lose your lives."
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki before getting shot point blank by his Cero) "I see. So you show no mercy. Just like a true Hollow. I care not. Defeated by you as I stand, my existence holds no further meaning. Do it."*
- (To Ichigo Kurosaki) "Kill me. Make it quick. I no longer have the strength left in me to even walk. If you do not cut me down now, then this will go unsettled for eternity."
- (While dying) "I see. So this is it. It lies here within this palm. The heart."
Battles & Events
- The Cold War
- Visored Training
- Patros' Rebellion (anime only)
- Good Bye Halcyon Days
- Ichigo Kurosaki vs. Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez: Rematch (interrupted)
- Ichigo Kurosaki vs. Ulquiorra Cifer
- Ichigo Kurosaki vs. Ulquiorra Cifer: Final Fight
- Bleach Official Character Book MASKED page 138
- Bleach manga; Volume 38
- Bleach manga; Volume 22 cover
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, page 6
- Bleach manga; Chapter 190, page 19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, page 16
- Bleach: Official Character Book 3 UNMASKED, page 60
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, pages 10-12
- Bleach manga; Chapter 191, pages 13 & 16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 194, pages 16-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 277, pages 12 & 13
- Bleach manga; Chapter 317, page 20
- Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 14
- Bleach manga; Chapter 354, pages 2-4
- Bleach manga; Chapter 347, pages 11-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 262, pages 8-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 249, page 7
- Bleach manga; Chapter 351, pages 15-17
- Bleach: Official Character Book 3 UNMASKED, pages 58-63
- Bleach manga; Chapter 190, pages 18-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 191, pages 8-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 192, pages 4-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 193, pages 1-16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 194, pages 1-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 197, pages 18-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 198, pages 7-14
- Bleach manga; Chapter 229, pages 2-6
- Bleach manga; Chapter 229, pages 11-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 233, pages 17-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 234, pages 7-16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 236, pages 14-18
- Bleach manga; Chapter 237, pages 2-3
- Bleach manga; Chapter 240, pages 8-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 244, pages 15-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 245, pages 4-12
- Bleach manga; Chapter 247, pages 18-22
- Bleach manga; Chapter 248, pages 1-4
- Bleach manga; Chapter 249, pages 5-16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 269, pages 17-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 270, pages 13-31
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271
- Bleach manga; Chapter 272, pages 1-4
- Bleach manga; Chapter 277, pages 8-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 277, pages 12-20
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, pages 5-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 315, pages 15-16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 316, pages 15-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 317, pages 4-8
- Bleach manga; Chapter 317, pages 20-22
- Bleach manga; Chapter 318, pages 2-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341
- Bleach manga; Chapter 342
- Bleach manga; Chapter 343
- Bleach manga; Chapter 344, pages 1-5
- Bleach manga; Chapter 344, pages 9-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, pages 9-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 346, pages 1-5
- Bleach manga; Chapter 346, pages 8-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 347, pages 1-2
- Bleach manga; Chapter 347, pages 6-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348
- Bleach manga; Chapter 349
- Bleach manga; Chapter 350
- Bleach manga; Chapter 351
- Bleach manga; Chapter 352, pages 8-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 353, pages 4-14
- Bleach manga; Chapter 353, pages 15-22
- Bleach manga; Chapter 354, pages 1-3
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341, pages 4-8
- Bleach manga; Chapter 340, page 14-15
- Bleach anime; Episode 268
- Bleach manga; Chapter 344, page 12
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, page 11
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, page 18-19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 277, page 13
- Bleach manga; Chapter 277, page 18
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, page 11
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, page 11
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341, pages 4-7
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341, pages 5-12
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341, pages 14-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 344, pages 16-18
- Bleach manga; Chapter 353, pages 10-11
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, pages 8-10
- Bleach manga; Chapter 344, pages 14-15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, pages 11-12
- Bleach manga; Chapter 193, page 14
- Bleach manga; Chapter 342, pages 9-10
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, page 18
- Bleach manga; Chapter 234, pages 10-12
- Bleach anime; Episode 139
- Bleach manga; Chapter 194, page 14
- Bleach manga; Chapter 270, pages 20 & 26 & 29-30
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, pages 14-16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341, pages 10-11
- Bleach manga; Chapter 193, page 20
- Bleach manga; Chapter 270, page 27
- Bleach manga; Chapter 194, page 15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 341, page 13
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, page 12
- Bleach manga; Chapter 351, pages 4-5
- Bleach manga; Chapter 198, pages 7-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, pages 7-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 193, page 20
- Bleach Official Character Book UNMASKED; page 149
- Bleach manga; Chapter 194, page 16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 234, page 14
- Bleach manga; Chapter 344, page 19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, pages 10-15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, pages 15-16
- Bleach manga; Chapter 352, page 18
- Bleach manga; Chapter 346, page 2
- Bleach manga; Chapter 346, pages 16-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, pages 10-13
- Bleach manga; Chapter 346, page 17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348, page 10
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348, pages 5-6
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348, page 15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348, page 21
- Bleach manga; Chapter 349, page 17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348, pages 8-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 351, pages 5-11
- Bleach movie: Bleach: The Hell Verse
- Bleach video game; Bleach: Heat the Soul 3
- Bleach video game; Bleach: Dark Souls
- Bleach video game; Bleach: Soul Carnival 2
- Bleach video game; Bleach: The 3rd Phantom
- Bleach video game; Bleach: Soul Resurrección
- Bleach video game; Bleach: Brave Souls
- Bleach manga; Chapter 194, page 15
- Bleach anime; Episode 114
- Bleach anime; Episode 116
- Bleach manga; Chapter 198, pages 1 & 4
- Bleach manga; Chapter 234, pages 4 & 6
- Bleach anime; Episode 139
- Bleach manga; Chapter 351, page 11
- Bleach anime; Episode 271
- Bleach website; Bleach: The 3rd Phantom official website
- Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 14
- Bleach Official Character Book 2 MASKED; Tite Kubo Interview, page 256
- Bleach manga; Chapter 392, pages 2-3
- Bleach manga; Chapter 234, page 7
- Bleach manga; Chapter 234, pages 14-15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 262, pages 9-11
- Bleach manga; Chapter 271, page 19
- Bleach manga; Chapter 317, page 20
- Bleach manga; Chapter 345, page 15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 347, pages 9-10
- Bleach manga; Chapter 347, page 17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 348, pages 16-17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 351, page 17
- Bleach manga; Chapter 353, page 18
- Bleach manga; Chapter 354, pages 2-4
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