Kaenpachi vs Ikkaku (bankai form)

Topic started by DBZ_universe on Aug. 26, 2010. Last post by MisterShin 4 years ago.
Post by DBZ_universe (15,676 posts) See mini bio Level 17

Kenpachi
Kenpachi

VS
Ikkaku (bakai form)
Ikkaku (bakai form)

who wins here?
Post by hitsusatsu11 (10,746 posts) See mini bio Level 20
Ken
Post by ReiKai (3,511 posts) See mini bio Level 10
  The man who, if he ever gained Bankai, would destroy the Soul Society in an instant...with a smile.
Post by taichokage (12,982 posts) See mini bio Level 20
Nice try but Kenny wins. Ikkaku went all out against the fraccion of the sixth espada but Zaraki toyed with and beat the actual fifth espada. No competition here. Ikkaku is literally outclassed. He is believed to be and believes himself that he qualifies to be a captain and he might but he would definitely be the weakest one as his shunpo skill is low and has no kidou skills and his physical power is not on the level of most captains Zaraki least of all. Also he says he wishes to serve Kenpachi for life because HE IS STRONGER.
Post by godeater (2,041 posts) See mini bio Level 11
Ken
Post by rein (5,465 posts) See mini bio Level 15
@taichokage: To be fair, Kenpachi had to use both Kendo and release his eye patch to win. While Ikkaku didn't even release his Bankai.
That being said, their's an obvious difference in their power and kenpachi would take this rather easily at this point.
Post by taichokage (12,982 posts) See mini bio Level 20
@rein: What do you mean? Ikkaku did release his bankai and still almost lost. And while Zaraki took his eyepatch off and used kendo, that  is merely him not holding back not a special last resort ability. The moment he stopped holding back is the moment he won.
Post by MisterShin (2,125 posts) See mini bio Level 14
Kenpachi
he dulls his blade.
he wears bells on the tip of his hair.
he wears an eye patch.
eye patch seals/drains energy.
refuses to use sword forms/arts.
 
all so that he can enjoy the taste of battle. without these his battles would end in like 5 seconds. because he gave the opponent a 5 second head start.
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