Bleach – 148

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It seems Ashido was simply testing Rukia’s strength. The Menos at this point are blasting their Cero all over the place and the team decide to retreat. They settle on finding the location of Nel and rescuing them. When Rukia and Ashido reach the battle location of Ichigo and the others, they’re already gone. They encounter an Adjuchas, one who is stronger than a Menos but not as strong as an Arrancar, a second grade Menos. After being attacked by Ashido, he summons Gillian, and orders them to fire their Cero. Ashido quickly slices him him and all the Menos in half in one shot. They continue to look for Ichigo and their group. Ashido reveals his face and he explains how he has been there for over hundreds of years simply because as a Shinigami, it is his duty to prevent Hollow from entering the real world. Rukia is disheartened as she must admit to Ashido that the number of appearances of hollow have not decreased at all regardless of his efforts. Right before the end of the episode, Ashido and Rukia are ambushed by the group of Adjuchas.

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    renji should be with rukia

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