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Song to listen to while reading this chapter: "Don't Stop Me Now" by Queen
Well that sure was a good chapter, yessir.
So we start off with Askin understandably freaking out at the sight of Yoruichi's new form and demanding to know what it is, so we get its...surprisingly long name from Urahara, leading Askin to realize that Yoruichi herself isn't giving it because she can't understand their speech. Cue Yoruichi beginning the asskicking we've all been waiting for as Urahara proceeds to explain the specifics of this new form: Yoruichi's more like a cat than ever, right down to her mood, and her Reiatsu is constantly changing (48 times per second to be exact), so Askin can't override the damage she's dealing with his adaptation powers. A leeeeeeeeeeetle situational, but at the same time it's so awesome I don't even care.
Eventually, Yoruichi piledrives Askin a few blocks away, but is convinced to stop chasing him by Urahara and his cat toy. After some slightly suggestive but hilarious scenes, Urahara reveals that this form has a 5 minute time limit and that Yoruichi's basically useless now before deciding to confirm Askin's death. Cue a massive Gift Ball engulfing most of the buildings in front of Urahara as Askin emerges, now in his Quincy: Vollständig, Hassein, and ready to...I don't know, turn Urahara's blood into poison or something.
Another great chapter this week. As ludicrously long as its name was, Yoruichi's Thundercat form proved quite formidable, and Askin's Hassein looks legitimately awesome and creepy, befitting of his powers, as opposed to the...oddness that was Jilliel. "Poison Taster of God" is a funny name, though.