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Resurrección
YammyResurrección
English Spanish for "Resurrection"

Japanese for "Returning Blade"

Rōmaji Resurekushion
Kanji 帰刃 (レスレクシオン)
Information
Technique Type Arrancar Technique
User Arrancar

Resurrección (帰刃 (レスレクシオン), Resurekushion; Spanish for "Resurrection", Japanese for "Returning Blade") returns the essence of an Arrancar's offensive Hollow abilities to their humanoid bodies.[1]

Overview

Arrancar usually seal the nuclei of their abilities within the form of a sword, which is entirely different from what the Shinigami use. When they release their weapons' seals, they unleash their true power and their true form.[2] The only time they can return to Human form is when they reseal their powers in sword form. Changing their form without resealing their powers in a sword is the same as burning off an arm, and if they were to discard part of their released form, while in it, they can never return to normal again.[3]

Most known Resurrección give the Arrancar user an animal-like appearance. While most unreleased Shinigami Zanpakutō take the form of a katana or wakizashi, there is a significantly broader range for Arrancar (such as a sai, axe, a more distinguished weapon like Nnoitra Gilga's Zanpakutō, or a body, whole or otherwise, like Aaroniero Arruruerie's Zanpakutō, or Lilynette Gingerbuck).

Because their powers are sealed in their Zanpakutō, an Arrancar's release will usually transform their body into a Hollow-like form, allowing them to use all of their abilities freely. This form usually reflects what the Arrancar looked like before becoming Arrancar, although to highly varying degrees. A Resurrección restores an Arrancar to its "true" form, resulting in significantly various increases in speed, strength, stamina, durability and spiritual power, as well as allowing access to both more powerful variations of previous techniques and completely new abilities. Some Arrancar even gain new weapons as a part of their released form.

Kisuke Urahara and Mayuri Kurotsuchi liken an Arrancar's Resurrección to a Shinigami's Bankai, as they both are manifestations of the respective individual's increase of power, and cannot be repaired if damaged while in full release. The difference is that since a Hollow's power is equivalent to poison for a Quincy, they cannot medalize a Resurrección the same way they can a Bankai.[4]

Resurrección: Segunda Etapa

Ulquiorra Cifer, the 4th Espada, has demonstrated the ability to attain a second form of Resurrección called Segunda Etapa (刀剣解放第二階層 (レスレクシオン・セグンダ・エターパ), resurekushion segunda etāpa; Spanish for "Resurrection: Second Stage", Japanese for "Sword's Release: Second Level"), and to date he is the only Arrancar capable of the transformation.[5]

Known Resurrección

Espada
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Ira (憤獣(イーラ), Īra; Spanish for "Anger", Japanese for "Angry Beast")[6]KatanaBe Enraged[6]
Los Lobos (群狼 (ロス・ロボス), rosu robosu; Spanish for "The Wolves", Japanese for "Wolf Pack")[7]Lilynette GingerbuckKick About[7]
Arrogante (髑髏大帝 (アロガンテ), arogante; Spanish for "Arrogant", Japanese for "Great Skull Emperor")[8]Battle AxeRot[9]
Tiburón (皇鮫后 (ティブロン), tiburon; Spanish for "Shark", Japanese for "Imperial Shark Empress")[10]Hollow SwordDestroy[11][12]
Gamuza (羚騎士 (ガミューサ), gamyūsa; Spanish for "Chamois", Japanese for "Antelope Knight")[13]KatanaDeclare[14][15]
Murciélago (黒翼大魔 (ムルシエラゴ), murushierago; Spanish for "Bat", Japanese for "Black-Winged Great Demon")[16]KatanaEnclose[17][18]
Santa Teresa (聖哭螳螂 (サンタ テレサ), santa teresa; Common Spanish language name for "Mantis religiosa", or in English, "Praying Mantis", Japanese for "Sacred Crying Mantis")[19]Scythe-like WeaponPray[19]
Pantera (豹王 (パンテラ), pantera; Spanish for "Panther", Japanese for "Panther King")[20]KatanaGrind[21][22]
Trepadora (蔦嬢 (トレパドーラ), torepadōra; Spanish for "Climbing Vine", Japanese for "Ivy Girl")[23]KodachiStrangle[23]
Brujería (呪眼僧伽 (ブルヘリア), buruheria; Spanish for "Witchcraft", Japanese for "Sangha of the Bewitching Eyes")[24]KatanaSuppress[25]
Fornicarás (邪淫妃 (フォルニカラス), forunikarasu; Spanish for "You Will Fornicate", Japanese for "Lewd Concubine")[26]KatanaSip[27][26]
Glotonería (喰虚 (グロトネリア), gurotoneria; Spanish for "Gluttony", Japanese for "Eating Hollow")[28][29]Tentacle AppendageDevour[29]
Privaron Espada
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Giralda (暴風男爵 (ヒラルダ), hiraruda; Spanish for "Weather Vane", Japanese for "Storm Baron")[30]KatanaWhirl[31]
Golondrina (車輪鉄燕 (ゴロンドリーナ), gorondorīna; Spanish for "Swallow", Japanese for "Car Wheel Iron Swallow")[32]Whip VariationRip Off[33]
Dragra (龍拳 (ドラグラ), doragura; Japanese for "Dragon Fist")[34]Knuckle DaggersUnknown
Fracción
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Águila (空戦鷲 (アギラ), agira; Spanish for "Eagle", Japanese for "Sky Battle Eagle")[35]KatanaScalp[35]
Reina De Rosas (宮廷薔薇園ノ美女王 (レイーナ・デ・ロサス), reīna de rosasu; Spanish for "Queen of Roses", Japanese for "Beautiful Queen of the Palace Rose Garden")[36]KatanaSparkle[37]
Pinza Aguda (蟄刀流断 (ピンサグーダ), pinsagūda; Spanish for "Sharp Pincer", Japanese for "Crab Sword Cutting Current")[38]KatanaEngrave the Surface of the Water[39]
Tigre Estoque (虎牙迅風 (ティグレストーク), tiguresutōku; Spanish for "Tiger Rapier", Japanese for "Tiger Fang Swift Wind")[40]KatanaBite Off[40]
Calderón (巨腕鯨 (カルデロン), karuderon; Spanish for "Pilot Whale", Japanese for "Giant-Armed Whale")[41]KatanaBreathe[41]
Mamut (巨象兵 (マムート), mamūto; Spanish for "Mammoth", Japanese for "Giant Elephant Soldier")[42]KatanaTrample[43]
Cierva (碧鹿闘女 (シエルバ), shieruba; Spanish for "Doe", Japanese for "Blue Deer Battle Girl")[44]Chakram BraceletsThrust[44]
Leona (金獅子将 (レオーナ), reona; Spanish for "Lioness", Japanese for "Gold Lion General")[45]Broad SwordDevour[44]
Anaconda (白蛇姫 (アナコンダ), anakonda; Spanish for "Anaconda", Japanese for "White Snake Princess")[45]SaiStrangle to Death[45]
Verruga (牙鎧士 (ベルーガ), berūga; Spanish for "Wart", Japanese for "Tusked Armored Warrior")[46]Katana VariationCrush[46]
Volcánica (火山獣 (ボルカニカ), borukanika; Spanish for "Volcanic", Japanese for "Volcanic Beast")[47]KatanaErupt[47]
Tijereta (五鋏蟲 (ティヘレタ), tihereta; Spanish for "Earwig", Japanese for "Five-Pincered Insect")[48]KatanaSnip[48]
Del Toro (蒼角王子 (デルトロ), derutoro; Spanish for "Of the Bull", Japanese for "Pale-Horned Prince")[49]KatanaSkewer[49]
Números & Others
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Jabalí (ハバリー, habarī; Spanish for "Boar")[50]KatanaGet Them[50]
Dientes (ディエンティス, deienteisu; Spanish for "Teeth")[51]KatanaCrunch[51]
Suzumushi Hyakushiki: Grillar Grillo (鈴虫百式狂枷蟋蟀 (グリジャル・グリージョ), gurijaru gurījo; Spanish for "Chirping Cricket", Japanese for "Cricket Hundredth Ceremony: Lunatic Shackles Cricket")[52]KatanaNone[52]
Extinguir (滅火皇子 (エスティンギル), esutingiru; Spanish for "To Extinguish", Japanese for "Prince of Extinguished Flames")[53]ClaymoreUnknown
Escolopendra (百刺毒娼 (エスコロペンドラ), esukoropendora; Spanish for "Centipede", Japanese for "Hundred Stings, Poisonous Harlot")[54]DaggerPoison[54]
Erizo (エリッソ, erisso; Spanish for "Hedgehog")[50]ClaymoreStab[50]
Gerifalte (ヘリファルテ, herifarute; Spanish for "Gyrfalcon")[55]KatanaPollute[55]
Árbol (髑髏樹 (アルボラ), arubora; Spanish for "Tree", Japanese for "Weathered Skull Tree")[56]KatanaGrow[57]


Appearances in Other Media

Bleach: Shattered Blade and Bleach: The 3rd Phantom
Name Sealed Form Release Command
Fénix (不滅王 (フェニーチェ), Fenīche; Spanish for "Phoenix", Japanese for "Immortal King")KatanaUnknown

References

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  2. Bleach manga; Chapter 204, pages 10-11
  3. Bleach manga; Chapter 258, pages 10-11
  4. Bleach manga; Chapter 552, pages 10-17
  5. Bleach manga; Chapter 348, page 10
  6. 6.0 6.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 354, page 12
  7. 7.0 7.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 361, page 16
  8. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 17
  9. Bleach manga; Chapter 356, page 16
  10. Bleach manga; Chapter 355, page 14
  11. Bleach manga; Chapter 354, page 18
  12. Bleach manga; Chapter 355, page 13
  13. Bleach manga; Chapter 296, page 2
  14. Bleach manga; Chapter 295, page 17
  15. Bleach manga; Chapter 296, page 1
  16. Bleach manga; Chapter 345, page 10
  17. Bleach manga; Chapter 344, page 19
  18. Bleach manga; Chapter 345, page 9
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  20. Bleach manga; Chapter 281, page 6
  21. Bleach manga; Chapter 236, page 13
  22. Bleach manga; Chapter 281, page 5
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  24. Bleach manga; Chapter 300, page 6
  25. Bleach manga; Chapter 300, page 5
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  27. Bleach manga; Chapter 287, page 17
  28. Bleach manga; Chapter 267, page 9
  29. 29.0 29.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 267, page 11
  30. Bleach manga; Chapter 251, page 13
  31. Bleach manga; Chapter 251, page 12
  32. Bleach manga; Chapter 256, page 18
  33. Bleach manga; Chapter 256, page 17
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  36. Bleach manga; Chapter 320, page 19
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  46. 46.0 46.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 297, page 3
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  49. 49.0 49.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 207, page 17
  50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 50.3 Bleach anime; Episode 136
  51. 51.0 51.1 Bleach anime; Episode 131
  52. 52.0 52.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 385, page 18
  53. Bleach manga; Chapter 393, page 19
  54. 54.0 54.1 Bleach manga; Chapter 343, page 7
  55. 55.0 55.1 Bleach anime; Episode 137
  56. Bleach manga; Chapter 340, page 5
  57. Bleach manga; Chapter 340, page 5

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