Why assume she joined immediately? Hikifune did when she was already a captain. Hence why I brought up the possibility that she invented it when she was no fighter or strong enough.She was made a Zero Squad member because of creating the uniform, this would've been thousands of years before the Gotei existed and before Yamamoto formed his school.
Do you even read? Where did I say she did nothing? I said there are clearly other jobs in SS. Also the point is if she indeed invented the Shihakusho when she was not a fighter, then of course she would sat around, and not doing nothing but rather doing clothes as she was supposed to. That's also a job. There's the 9th seat of 6th Division who has a glass shop.Doesn't make sense to assume she sat around doing nothing for thousands of years
So if it's complicated, it must be wrong? What kind of logic is that? You're being lazy in thinking, not me ''bend over backwards''. Why not read something way simpler? You're reading Bleach. Written by a mangaka who outright said there were 4 levels of secrets in his work and that he himself hated being spoonfed. Same guy who pulled shit like 10th Espada is actually 0th Espada. Occam Razor is not an absolute rule, it's at best a preferrence. Kubo doesn't have to have the same preferrence as you do or even if he did, nothing stops him from doing otherwise in certain cases.That you have to bend over backwards creating theories of the timeline tells you this much.
The Zero Squad doesn't arbitrarily wait, they act immediately when necessary. Promotions would be no different, unless you had proof to the contrary.Why assume she joined immediately?
I'm not even sure what this is supposed to mean, she was already a Captain at time... and, so what?Hikifune did when she was already a captain.
Strength has absolutely nothing to do with joining the Royal Guard.she was no fighter or strong enough.
Yeah but we already know Yamamoto is the one who kept them specifically in check. So there may be more we don't know about or it could mean somebody was born that is present now that is stronger than him.
smhIt's not that surprising, but I appreciate the implications of your words.
None of the theories here grab me, that could change in an instant.
Strength is not a criteria by which one joins the RG. Only those who have revolutionized SS are invited to join.
In theory, even Hanataro or Kurumadani could someday join the RG if by some divine chance they manage to invent an awe inspiring thing.
The insane power up comes after joining the RG.
Strength has absolutely nothing to do with joining the Royal Guard.
Yet you based this on one order they have to act on immediately and a possibly once-or-twice-in-SS-history circumstance, which is grave damage after a Quincy invasion.The Zero Squad doesn't arbitrarily wait, they act immediately when necessary. Promotions would be no different, unless you had proof to the contrary.
Reread my original post where I conjected several scenarios why the timeline and Shutara's being captain 1900 years after her invention could still make sense! You really didn't bother to read the post you quoted? Because she was a captain at the time, that could be why her promotion was so quick.I'm not even sure what this is supposed to mean, she was already a Captain at time... and, so what?
It isn't.Which doesn't mean strength isn't a secondary requirements
Baseless and confusing take, they literally gain strength just from training in the Royal Realm. If they needed a member to become strong, taking them to the Soul King Palace is the most direct route.or the promotion couldn't be delayed in light of it.
Not to mention that some RG are promoted captains, so they'd have a decent amount of strength regardless.Baseless and confusing take, they literally gain strength just from training in the Royal Realm. If they needed a member to become strong, taking them to the Soul King Palace is the most direct route.
He said that in the context of why he remained as Captain-Commander for so long. The reason being no Shinigami has emerged strong enough to take his place during the 1,000 years he's been Captain Commander, which includes the first generation captains. It's been established that any captain can be stripped of their post in a sanctioned duel, not just the 11th division. I imagine the first generation captains consisted of blood knights, and would not condone a leader weaker than them.