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Bleach: The Original Gotei-13 Captain Names & New Info Revealed

Just a day after Tite Kubo, the creator of Bleach, released a full-fledged artwork of the original Soul Reaper Captains, some more pieces of information have blessed the community following the events of the Thousand-Year Blood War arc.

Thanks to the info posted by anime insider Shonenleaks, fans now have more clarity on the origins of each captain from when Genryusai Shigekuni Yamamoto first founded the 13 Court Guard Squads. After all, Bleach fans underwent a decade-long wait to see all Gotei-13 members adapted into anime from the final arc of Tite Kubo’s original manga.

With the recent episode, it is apparent that the anime adaptation is going all in with the final arc’s manga version of the story that Kubo had been ruminating on for quite a while now. The info on the Original Gotei-13 sheds light on the early days of Genryusai Shigekuni Yamamoto’s shinigami organization as “it was more brutal than the current Court 13 Corps,” with each captain in the roster having their own origin story while some were “great sinners.”

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Take a look at how Gotei, who were a group of thugs, showed no involvement in protecting the people, although they possessed great combat power.

Bleach Original Gotei-13 Story
Courtesy of Shonen Leaks

Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War arc is now airing, as it recently revealed that Genryūsai Shigekuni Yamamoto and Retsu Unohana, who still served in the present-day ranks, were the members of the original Gotei-13. The remaining eleven captains, along with the current Zero Division failed to survive and didn’t make it to Bleach’s new era.

Bleach Original Gotei-13 Captain Names In Order

  • #13 Sakahone Saizou
  • #12 Zenjou Jiuhin
  • #11 Unohana Yachiru
  • #10 Otogawa Furuoki
  • #9 Kumoi Entetsu
  • #8 Katori Batsunsai
  • #7 Shigyou no Busuna
  • #6 Saito Furofushi
  • #5 Obana Danjiro
  • #4 Shijima Chigiri
  • #3 Izuhara Kinroku
  • #2 Shihouin Chika
  • #1 Yamamoto

As for the fans who haven’t caught up to Bleach’s new episodes, all the stuff can be found on Disney+ and Hulu for US-based fans. Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War episode 8 will air on Tuesday, November 29, at midnight JST on TV Tokyo. As for fans outside Japan, the new episode will be available to stream on Monday, November 28, 2022.

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What are your views on the new Gotei-13 info? Were you expecting more detailed info on the same? We are pretty sure you have already started watching Bleach’s new episodes. In case you haven’t, it’s your time to get started before the Hell Arc makes its way!

For now, keep visiting averagebeing.com for more such exciting anime updates!


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