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Shunsui Kyoraku Zanpakuto Katen Kyokotsu Sword Replica

Shunsui Kyoraku Zanpakuto Katen Kyokotsu Sword Replica
Shunsui Kyoraku is the Shinigami captain of the 8th Division in Gotei 13. Shunsui's a laid-back and flamboyant man, evident in his style of dress: he wears a straw hat and a pink flowered haori over his captain's uniform. In his off time, he can be seen drinking sake  and napping. Other times, he likes to chase after women, particularly his lieutenant Nanao. Kyoraku is a peace-loving man who will always try to find a nonviolent solution, though he does not wish to insult opponents by refusing to fight. He and his friend JŇęshiro Ukitake are two of the oldest captains in the Gotei 13. They both trained under General Yamamoto, who Kyoraku calls Old-man Yama (Yama-ji). Though generally peace-loving he is an adept fighter, able to defeat the Primera Espada using only his shikai and shown in his skill at almost hiding the difference in the speed of his swing between his left and right hands.

Shunsui Kyoraku Zanpakuto Katen Kyokotsu Sword Replica
Shunsui's zanpakuto is Katen Kyokotsu ("flower-heaven crazy-bone"). His zanpakuto is unique in that it exists as two completely separate swords, being as a daisho sword pair. In Katen Kyokotsu's shikai state, the daisho sword pair transforms into two large swords resembling dao or falchions. When released, Katen Kyokotsu gains the ability to "turn children's games into reality." One such game, Busho Goma (Lazy Spinning Top), involves spinning around wind like a top. Another, Takaoni (Mountain Demon), declares that whomever is the highest is the winner. A third technique, Kageoni (Shadow Demon), forces the players to alter their own shadows; whoever steps on a shadow, even their own, is declared the loser. The last known game is known as Iro-Oni (Colored Demon) and it involves the players calling out a name of a color and then slicing the enemy where that color is displayed. However, if the color is not on the body of the person who called it out then the damage given is minimal; the more that the declared color is prevalent on the declarer's body, the more damage the attack will commit. His bankai is still unknown.

Shunsui Kyoraku Zanpakuto Katen Kyokotsu Sword Replica
The Katen Kyokotsu Twin Sword Replica set are Carbon Steel blades with two tone colors, black and silver which have an Arabian look. The spine of the blade has the cut-outs imitating the sword which seen in Bleach Manga. The guard and fittings are also made from Carbon Steel while the entire metal parts of this sword has been Electroplated to prevent from rust or weather damage. The handle has been wrapped with red nylon cord for extra grip followed by a red tassel attached to the pommel. The Katen Kyokotsu Twin Sword Replica set comes equipped with two black nylon sheaths with back straps for easy maneuverability

Katen Kyokotsu Twin Sword Replica Feature:
    * Overall Length: 26 inch.
    * Blade Material: Carbon Steel Black and Silver Tone.
    * Fittings Material: Carbon Steel, Electroplated to Prevent Rust and Corrosion.
    * Handle Material: Red Nylon Cord Wrap with Red Tassel Attached.
    * Includes: Two Sword with Black Nylon Sheath

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Shunsui Kyoraku Zanpakuto Katen Kyokotsu Sword Replica


Cosplayer Mimay Oct 8, 2010, 7:15:00 PM  

I wanna see its Bankai. I really like the Kageoni that he used agains stark and lilinette.

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This blog features various collections of Zanpakuto Bleach Sword Replicas. The Zanpakuto replicas are created to resemble those featured in Bleach anime, for fans to collect as display decorative items or part of cosplay gear.


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