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This is a complete list of episodes for the Bleach anime series. and includes a summary of each story arc and the original broadcast date for each episode. Bleach Kariya and other Bounts arrive in the Soul Society and find themselves in a fight with Soul TVSubtitles and Closed Captions Language: English Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: November 29, Buy Episode 1 SD $ from $ 2. Bleach 93 . Format, Prime Video (streaming online video). Newest Bleach Wallpapers Bleach already out! . Title: BLEACH EPISODE #93; Posted by: Rj Javier; Date: PM; Labels: bleach, bleach episodes.
Taking a break until tomorow, feel free to help out or clean up. Thanks Ynhockey for you help. I will be more carefull, and use the predetermined naming conventions. I'm going to try and get it done soon, but it might take a while. Are you willing to write all the summaries? Because I'm not for now, anyway.
A list of the current 88 Bleach episodes with detailed summaries on par with those in the article you linked to would be kb long. Just to give you an idea of how long that is, the longest WP page, according to Special: Longpagesis only kb long. You would have written the longest WP article ever by the time we hit episode Cutting down the size by writing briefer summaries is of course possible, but unless you gave a summary of only sentences per episode, it would still be obscenely long, and if you did give only sentences per episode, why bother with the bloated new template anyway?Bleach Episode 200 English Dubbed
What I will be doing is make a short and concise summary for each episode that is about as long as the ones that currently exist. No photos, no special stuff That is nothing new, the new stuff, is the separate pages that will have to be created. If there are any concerns, don't worry, I'm fairly maleable The summaries do need copyediting and wikifying I'll keep everyone updated as I go along, but for now I'm focussing on cleaning up the first and second arc.
And I can't find any downloads to refresh my memory either, so when I finish this section, ynhockey or somebody else will have to do at least 5 episode summaries Isn't that a rather bad idea?
Fortunately, I do have every episode of bleach so far. I'll add it to my list of things to do. So far all the previously entered ones are accurate, and I've been filling in the missing ones. I just finished 67 and have copies of all through A big thank you to sandstorm, for expanding the template to all the other episodes. It is an incredibly mind numbing task and it was very kind of him to help.
I got some new episodes in so i'll be adding more summaries soon to keep you busy when you get back from Lebanon. But I go home relatively often, as a non-combat. It will save a great deal of time. I didn't really check back immediately on some of the stuff put down recently, sorry you had to do that big copyedit.
I don't have beginning episodes of this arc all the way up until Ichigo and company meet Ho and Ban. So if anyone has them, please do them, it would be nice. Can someone inform me when the filler episodes begin in the anime? I'm still trying to find Bleach episodes that I still haven't made summaries for, after that I will start rewriting summaries for the first season.
Meanwhile, I'd appreciate a good copyedit and some opinions on the summaries. Like if the summaries are too long, or if they don't make sense, tell me. Ok, so I don't know why the person who added the english titles and airdates didn't just put the translations in the japanese titles, but whatever.
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It's done now, I think anyone editing can follow what's been done. I really think the most we should be doing is noting which episodes are filler. The random people without user names added those in.
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But the arc names provide useful breaks so that you don't have to scroll through all the episode summaries. So let's keep them for now and make corrections to them as we go, the ambitious part of making all the episode summaries is over, now all thats left is smoothing over the creases. The really arbitrary one here is splitting the time in Soul Society into two arcs; it would make much more sense to take out "the rescue series," since there doesn't seem to be anything distinguishing it from the "the sneak entry.
I still think it would be good to mark the fillers as filler.
There should definitely not be a section titled something like: Bount arc filler or Bount arc non-canon because this list deals with the anime and therefore manga information is less relevant. More importantly, one of the target audiences of this list are anime watchers who don't read the manga, and therefore it's not crucial to insert the filler notice. The difference in story quality is something you will want to know about in the episode guide. All of the anime is based directly on the author's manga but the shows created as filler can make the story hard to both harder to understand and less enjoyable than the original authors work.
So what we should use on Wikipedia is: Unlike the first three arcs, the Bount arc has surpassed five DVD. Aarc one is 20 episodes long, arc two is 21, arc three is 22, and so far, arc four is 40 episodes long. The Bount arc is about twice as long as normal. Meat In the Lines Makaio's comments in the edits brought up an important point that I've been trying to make: You can't have it both ways without making new articles!
This page is part of the WikiProject List of Television Episodesand take a look at any of the featured articles If you want to add "meats" to the episode, make a new article with all the meat you want while maintaining neutrality! The featured articles are featured for a reason I'm not looking at the size I'm looking at the quality. Kinda like the popular male-reasurance saying, "It's not the size, it's how you use it".
I genuinely liked the edits that were made on all of the other episode summaries, they were crisp, clear, and concise; and I agree that epiosdes need trimming cause I expand way too much. But the first two episodes felt like I was watching a narrative from the vernacular of the juggaknot: The next day Rukia acts a fuckin fool and demands shit on turf, Ichigo tells that bitch ta 'shut the fuck up!
I will say this, Seth Turner needs to bow down and suck the toes of the person who cleaned up his other episode summaries, but the first two, were just as short and as pointless as that heap of crap up their in italics. It's not like the summaries for 1 and 2 were that long either, if you compaired them as if they were people, it's like transforming the already thin and starving looking Ichigo into a dying Etheopian.
And I'll actually address what Finestela said in this paragraph instead of randomly saying stuff. Back then, the scientist Rantao had been working on an experiment connected to eternal life.
But an accident led to an explosion that created the Bount.
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Rantao ended up being exiled from Seireitei and the Bount were purged as a result. In any case, the Bount are back for revenge now. Word then reaches the group of captains that Rukia is fighting with a Bount.
At the same time, Inoue runs up to Ichigo and Claude tells him about finding the Bount. The Bount in question is of course Yoshi, who Rukia is still trying to hold off. Without a weapon, Rukia attempts to throw some kicks, but Yoshi dodges them.
After the Bount breaks free of the binding spell, Rukia goes back on the run. For the time being, Rukia takes shelter in a house and bandages herself up with her robe.
Ririn actually finds her first and brings her the sword she had been using earlier. Rukia finds a girl holding a baby inside a nearby crate and tries to have Ririn lead the girl to safety. However, Yoshi soon arrives and Rukia is left to defend herself and the civilians.
Yoshi surprises Rukia by not taking the front door and instead cutting her way into the house through the wall.
By holding the girl hostage, Yoshi then forces Rukia to throw away her sword. Ririn tries to get Yoshi to stop, but the Bount simply kicks Ririn away.
Just as Ririn is wishing that Ichigo would come, she sees a person approaching - a person who draws his sword. It is at this point that Byakuya scatters his zanpaktou, sends the petals against the Bount, and catches Rukia.