December 5, 2015

Grimmjow and Ulquiorra The Lesser of Two Evils

Grimmjow and Ulquiorra
The Lesser of Two Evils


Fans of the anime series, Bleach, wonder which of Ichigo's main rivals, either Ulquiorra or Grimmjow, from Aizen's Espada deserve more of the credit for rivalry. Both Grimmjow and Ulquiorra have managed to defeat Ichigo at different times on his journey through Hueco Mundo or even before he went there by confronting him in KaraKura town which is his home. Since Ichigo was the link between the regular world and the Soul Society, the substitute shinigami, both Grimmjow and Ulquirra wanted to face off against him and get rid of him for Aizen. Both fights were close and Ichigo would've lost both times if it weren't for something unexpected...

Ultimately, the choice is up to you...

Bleach, Espada:  Grimmjow

Grimmjow fought Ichigo to defeat him and prove that his Hollow nature was stronger than Ichigo's. Ichigo seemed enamored with Grimmjow's power and almost perceived that his shinigami power was not enough to protect KaraKura town. Ichigo nearly defeated Grimmjow.

Bleach, Espada:  Ulquiorra

Ulquiorra acted as Aizen's right-hand power in exchange for numerical increases to his hollow-form number, in the Hueco Mundo hierarchy established by Aizen himself. Before Aizen's control of Hueco Mundo, hollow-forms did not observe hierarchy.

Also there's our past when it comes to our well-loved Hueco Mundo arc...
Ichigo's Youthful Crisis
Ulquiorra - A Case Study


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