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537Masaki's Blut Vene
Kanji 血装 (ブルート)
Rōmaji Burūto
English German for "Blood"

Japanese for "Blood Guise"

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Technique Type Quincy Technique
User Quincy

Blut (血装 (ブルート), Burūto; German for "Blood", Japanese for "Blood Guise"; Viz "Blood Dress") is an advanced Quincy technique.

Description

By making Reishi flow directly into their blood vessels, users of this technique can drastically increase their attack and defense power to inhuman levels. However, despite the significant danger this potentially presents to one's opponents, Blut possesses one major flaw: because the independent forms of the technique for attack and defense operate using two different Reishi systems, they cannot be employed simultaneously.[1] The acquisition of Blut depends on the blood of the Quincy. Pure-blooded Quincy are able to obtain it naturally, while mixed-blooded Quincy need to learn it through training.[2]

Variations

Blut Variations
Name Technique Appearance
Blut Arterie (動血装 (ブルート・アルテリエ), Burūto Aruterie; German for "Blood Artery", Japanese for "Moving Blood Guise"; Viz "Calm Blood Dress") The offensive form of Blut which grants the user inhuman attack power. This technique is the only thing capable of ensuring a Quincy's attacks can significantly damage a Bankai-wielding Shinigami.[3]
Blut Vene (静血装 (ブルート・ヴェーネ), Burūto Vēne; German for "Blood Vein", Japanese for "Stilled Blood Guise"; Viz "Active Blood Dress") The defensive form of Blut, which grants the user inhuman durability, is represented by a faint pattern tracing the veins beneath the surface of their skin, which is only visible on the afflicted area when struck.[4] If consciously kept at full power, even attacks delivered by a Shinigami's Bankai can potentially be negated completely.[3] However, despite the considerable defense afforded by this technique, it is seemingly not absolute, and can be torn using sufficient power.[5] Additionally, Blut Vene can be used to aid the user against critical wounds which have already been inflicted by stopping the severe loss of blood which would result from said wound.[6] Chapter513IchigoBlutVene
Blut Vene Anhaben (外殻静血装 (ブルート・ヴェーネ・アンハーベン), Burūto Vēne Anhāben; German for "Wearing the Blood Vein", Japanese for "Shell of Stilled Blood Guise";Viz Blood Vein Outer Shell) A technique that allows Yhwach to extend his Blut Vene outside of his body to create a forcefield that blocks incoming attacks. It can easily block Kidō spells up to Bakudō #62 even when employed by a member of the Royal Guard. The way the technique works allows it to consume everything around it in order to maintain its generation, even living material. When activated it creates the vein pattern on the surface of whatever it attempts to consume.[7] 607Blut Vene Anhaben

Known Practitioners

Known Practitioners
Quilge Opie[8]Äs Nödt[9]Royd Lloyd[10]Yhwach[11]
Ichigo Kurosaki[12]Masaki Kurosaki[13]

References

  1. Bleach manga; Chapter 499, pages 8-9
  2. Bleach manga; Chapter 537, page 4
  3. 3.0 3.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 498, page 14
  4. Bleach manga; Chapter 495, page 15
  5. Bleach manga; Chapter 496, pages 6-7
  6. Bleach manga; Chapter 112, page 7 & Chapter 542, page 1
  7. Bleach manga; Chapter 607, pages 12-14
  8. Bleach manga; Chapter 492, pages 14-17
  9. Bleach manga; Chapter 495, page 15
  10. Bleach manga; Chapter 508, page 16
  11. Bleach manga; Chapter 513, pages 10-12
  12. Bleach manga; Chapter 513, pages 15-16
  13. Bleach manga; Chapter 537, page 3

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    • Xilinoc wrote: My problem with the Hierro comparison is that while Hierro was always on and gave no visual indication of being present aside f...
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