Warning: Bleach: A Thousand Year Blood War Episode 20 A New Villain Appears in Bleach: The Thousand Years Blood War is possessing one of the most powerful abilities ever seen in anime, making him literally almost omnipotent. Only thanks to the unique skill set of her opponent, Kenpachi Zaraki, did Gremmy not alone destroy the entire Soul Society.
Episode #20 of Bleach: The Millennial Blood War focuses on Kenpachi Zaraki and his battle with an intelligent Sternritter named Gremmy Thoumeaux, who originally attacked the sorting station run by Isane using a personality. fake. However, it turns out it’s not just a pseudonym; Gremmy actually imagined a completely different being that seemed to have its own desire to survive and was ruthlessly chased by him back into nothingness when it failed to attack. Zaraki arrives at the time to fight the real Gremmy, only to learn that Gremmy’s ability, “V – The Visionary” allows him to turn anything he can imagine into reality. Only Zaraki’s new Shikai can help him win, but if Gremmy had better control over his abilities he would be invincible.
Gremmy’s imagination is one of Bleach’s weakest points
Needless to say, it was an extremely powerful ability that made Gremmy an unmistakable opponent. As long as he imagines himself surviving and winning, there’s really no way to defeat him. However, no matter how strong the imagination is, it is difficult to control and can become a double-edged sword. Kenpachi Zaraki quickly realizes that Gremmy’s reaction to his own actions will shape Gremmy’s thoughts and thereby shape what he can imagine, and thus begins a series of attacks. The relentless force made Gremmy almost fear when she imagined her own death.
However, Gremmy demonstrated his ultimate strength when he summoned a meteor from the sky that he claimed would destroy the entire Soul Society, mirroring an attack demonstrated by Madara in Naruto. Zaraki uses the new Shikai to separate the meteor, much to Gremmy’s shock. The turning point of that battle was when Gremmy tried to mirror the power Zaraki displayed, but it turned out to be too much for his imaginary body, and Gremmy was revealed to be actually just more than one brain in a jar a little bit. Of course, like many other powerful abilities in the anime, it’s hard to make an accurate assessment of Gremmy’s abilities, as he could have simply imagined that Zaraki disappeared, but he ended up getting beaten up again. defeated by the limits of one’s own imagination.
The battle between Gremmy and Zaraki is definitely one of the more interesting ones to date, as two very different abilities go against each other, but surprisingly when the seemingly superior ability is defeated. In the end, it was just a bad game for Gremmy. Bleach: The Thousand Years of Blood War However, there is still a lot of Quincy Sternritter’s power to be revealed, but Gremmy’s ability will still go down in history as one of the most powerful abilities ever.
Bleach: The Thousand Years of Blood War streaming on Hulu and Disney+.