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Shinigami (死神, death god(s); Viz "Soul Reaper(s)") are guardians of the souls who are going through the circle of transmigration. In ancient times, they were known as Balancers (調整者 (バランサー),Baransā). They purify Hollows who do evil in the World of the Living and ensure the safe crossing of souls - the Pluses who have lost their way after death - by giving them a soul burial. Shinigami are the opposite of the Quincy.

Zanpakto release path

Shikai (始解, Initial Release) is the second (or first upgraded) form available to a Zanpakutō. To activate it, the Shinigami needs to learn the name of their Zanpakutō. This is not as easy as simply picking a name, for the living spirit of the Zanpakutō already has its own name. The Shinigami must be able to communicate and harmonize with their Zanpakutō effectively, which requires being able to speak to the spirit within its world -

Must be 25,000 Reiatsu - Must post a 1,500 WC learning - Release unlocks 6 ability slots when activated - Shikai release boost: +5,000 reiatsu and +5 to all stats.

-------------------- Bankai (卍解, Final Release) is the second and final upgraded form of a Zanpakutō. To achieve Bankai, one must be able to materialize and subjugate their Zanpakutō spirit. Materialization means the opposite of getting dragged into the Zanpakutō's inner world: the wielder needs to summon the Zanpakutō's spirit into the physical world. It usually takes 10 years or more to achieve, plus the experience needed to master it. -

Must be 60,000 Reiatsu - Must post a 1,500 WC learning - Release unlocks 10 ability slots Bankai Release Boost: +12,000 reiatsu and +12 to all stats.:

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Post by Kaito kuchki on Wed Oct 05, 2016 4:45 pm

Kido arts

All of the sentences have to be related to the learning of the spell. Also learning doesn't stack.

Example: You can't spend 350 words learning Sai and then say well I'm pretty close so I might as well type 50 more and learn Hainawa because that will equal 400 words. You have to type up a whole new grouping of sentences dedicated to learning a new spell.

I know there are a few mass posters out there and I just want to let you know that you CAN NOT make one massive post and learn five spells. You can only learn one spell every 3 days(real life days), and you must also stick within the learning constraints already in place. Please not that Kyakko cannot be used in combat situations. "Auto-hit" Kidō such as Geki and Sai that have drastic effects seemingly instant will in fact act as actual attacks moving towards the enemy, to give them a chance to dodge.

**Note: You may learn Kidō at a 10% WC reduction if taught by a player Shinigami who already knows the spell.

With that out of the way:


("demon way" or "spirit way"; sometimes translated as Demon Arts; Viz "Soul Reaper's powers"; "Spells") is a form of Shinigami combat that is based on advanced spells that are produced with strong Reiryoku and fall into two categories: Hadō for direct attacks, and Bakudō for battle support. It is one of the techniques in the Zankensoki, the group of Shinigami primary combat skills. Kidō spells are triggered by an incantation. Experienced users can trigger them without an incantation, though the effectiveness of the spell will be diminished.

Each spell is graded on a scale from 1 to 99, the latter being the most powerful and the most difficult to perform. The scale is a measure of difficulty. To use Kidō , a Shinigami must recite the specific incantation for the spell, which is often long and requires a few seconds to speak. The power of a spell relies on the power of the user, as even a low-level spell can be utterly devastating when utilized by a high-class Shinigami. Kidō can also be used for practical purposes as well. Renji Abarai has demonstrated that a kidō spell can be used to light a dark hallway if the spell is tweaked in the right way, with less power. Kidō is commonly seen used in instances of surprise attacks, rather than all-out assaults, being most effective when one's opponent doesn't see it coming. Kidō is also usable with just the spell name and no incantation or spell number.


(lit. "Way of Binding"): Supplementary spells that can immobilize an enemy or have an effect besides a direct strike. They may seem subtle, but these spells can give their users a tactical advantage when used properly. These are a broad category of defensive spells which block/repel attacks or freezes enemies in place. This class of spells include Kidō Barriers and Seals.

Academy level kido
Other students CANNOT teach other students spells. You must learn them from either an NPC teacher or a high ranking shinigami that has already graduated from the academy.

This level of Kidō is the most basic level as there is no Reiryoku requirments (aka how many points you have in your Reiryoku state). Except for Kaido, to be able to learn it you need a minimum of 41 points in Reiryoku.


Bakudō # 1: Sai - 350 Words

Meaning: Restrain

Description: Shoots a golden (restraint) Kanji of reiryoku out of user's hand that attempts to bind the opponents arms behind their back if it hits; less experienced users can only shoot kanji the size of their torso, while advanced Kidō users can produce Kanji the size of the average full grown adult.

Incantation: Unknown.

Bakudō # 4: Hainawa - 400 words

Meaning: Crawling Rope

Description: An energy rope shoots from the users hand and tries to entangle the target's arms. May not be controlled; point and shoot.

Incantation: Unknown.

Bakudō # 8: seki - 425 words

Meaning: Repulsion

Description: Creates a round shield in front of the user that seems to temporarily paralyze and repel whatever strikes it within reason; a Seki is not going to block a hit from a legendary warrior. Reiryoku based.

Incantation: Unknown.

Bakudō # 9: Geki - 455 words

Meaning: Strike

Description: Shoots a cone of red light 120 degrees in front of the user, trying to bathe the target in red light and completely paralyze them.

Incanation: "Disintegrate, you black dog of Rondanini!! Look upon yourself with horror and then claw out your own throat!"

Bakudō # 11: Horin - 455 words

Meaning: Disintegrating Circle

Description: Causes an orange hued tendril with spiraling yellow patterns to erupt from the users hand and attempt to trap a target. The end of it remains in the hands of the user allowing them to control the path of the tendril before and after capture. The Kidō is able to connect with another one of itself if both have captured a target and bind them together.

Incantation: Unknown.

Bakudō # 21: Sekienton - 460 words

Meaning: Red Smoke Escape

Description: Creates a blast upon activation and is used like a ninja's smoke bomb, shrouding the area in red smoke up to 15 feet around the user; advanced Kidō users can extend that radius to 20 feet. Does not immediately remove you from combat.

Incantation: Unknown.

Bakudō # 26: Kyakko - 600 words

Meaning: Curving Light

Description: Hides the target from sight, by bending light. The spell has the ability to totally hide the presence and reiatsu of the user or specified object. *Can not be used in combat. Must deactivate it before attacking. Users 30,000 reiatsu above your own can see through it.

Incantation: Unknown.

Bakudō # 30: Shitotsu Sansen - 650 words

Meaning: Beak-Piercing Triple Beam

Description: Forming a golden triangle with one's finger, it shoots three beams of light that pin the target to one place on a surface, slamming into his or her body in three places in a shape of a perfect triangle.

Incantation: Unknown.

Hadō # 1: Sho - 350 words

Meaning: Thrust

Description: Pushes reiryoku from the user's hand that attempts to blow the target away from the caster.

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō # 4: Byakurai -400 words

Meaning: Pale Lightning

Description: The user fires a concentrated, powerful lightning bolt from their finger.

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō # 11: Tsuzuri Raiden - 457 words

Meaning: Bound Lightning

Description: Electric current flows through any object the user touches and is able to lead electricity, damaging any target that is in contact with the object the current runs through.

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō #12. Fushibi (伏火, Ambush Flare 600 words
Discription 5th Division Lieutenant Momo Hinamori uses this spell in conjunction with Shakkahō and a Kidō net, which has entangled her opponents, resulting in a large explosion around all of them

Hadō # 31: Shakkahō - 700 words

Meaning: Shot of Red Fire

Description: Fires a ball of red energy at the target.

Incantation: "Ye lord! Mask of blood and flesh, all creation, flutter of wings, ye who bears the name of Man! Inferno and pandemonium, the sea barrier surges, march on to the south!"

Hadō #32: Ōkasen - 730 words

Meaning: Yellow Fire Flash

Description: Fires a wide arc of yellow energy at a target. It's width and length are almost unavoidable at close range.

Incantation: None

Hadō # 33. Sōkatsui - 750 words

Meaning: Blue Fire Crash Down

Description: Fires a burst of blue spiritual energy at a target in a similar manner to #31, but over a wider area and with more power.

Incantation: "Ye lord! Mask of flesh and bone, flutter of wings, ye who bears the name of Man! Truth and temperance, upon this sinless wall of dreams unleash but slightly the wrath of your claws.

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Post by Kaito kuchki on Wed Oct 05, 2016 10:23 pm

Vice Captain Level Kidō:

You need to be at least 30k reiatsu to learn these spells. From there on you can learn them on your own. This is the more advanced form of Kidō that's used by vice captains or high seated officers. As such to be able to learn it you need a minimum of 60 points in Reiryoku


Bakudō # 37: Tsuriboshi - 800 words
Meaning: Suspending Star
Description: Tsuriboshi is primarily used to catch. The spell creates a ball of blue energy that fires out six "ropes" from its center. The "ropes" attach themselves to any sturdy nearby object and the energy in the center solidifies into a flat elastic-like cushion. The spell can stop falling objects similar to a safety net.
Incantation: Unkown  

Bakudō # 39: Enkōsen - 830 words  
Meaning: Round Lock Fan  
Description: Enkōsen is primarily used for defense. The practitioner can use either both hands or his/her Zanpakutō in a blocking motion. The spell generates a dull yellow energy, which takes the form of a large spinning disk of condensed reiatsu, in front of the practitioner, blocking an opponent's attack within reason. Reiryoku based.  Incantation: Unknown  

Bakudō # 58: Kakushitsuijaku 1,350 words
Meaning: Summoning of the Tracking Sparrows  Description: The practitioner draws a circle, with the appropriate symbols set apart in four quadrants upon the ground, using a black powder. When they place their hands palms down just under the circle to activate the spell, the circle glows with a blue light as the symbols within the circle are animated, causing various numbers to appear within until the specific set is found. Target must be in the same dimension and you must know the target; both their reiatsu and have something of theirs.
Incantation: "Heart of the south, eye of the north, finger of the west, foot of the east, arrive with the wind and depart with the rain."  

Bakudō # 61: Rikujōkōrō - 1,380 words  

Meaning: Six Rods Prison of Light  Description: The practitioner points his/her index finger at the target, generating a spark of yellow energy in front of the user, which summons six thin, wide beams of light that shoot from the spark and towards target's midsection from six different directions to hold them in place. The target is unable to move any part of their body, including the parts which were not struck by the beams. If one beam hits, the other five lock on.  

Incantation: "Carriage of thunder, bridge of a spinning wheel. With light, divide this into six!"  

Bakudō # 62: Hyapporankan - 1,390 words  

Meaning: Hundred Steps Fence  

Description: The practitioner, generating a blue-white glowing rod of energy in his/her hand, throws it at the intended target. It multiplies into a hundred more rods, which, raining down on the target, pin him or her against a solid surface and completely immobilize them. It is hard to dodge in a small area.

Incantation: Unknown  

Bakudō # 63: Sajō Sabaku - 1,500 words  

Meaning: Locking Bondage Stripes  

Description: The practitioner, raising his/her palm up to the target, closes his/her hand into a fist. The user calls forth yellow energy, taking a form of very thick rope, which ensnares the opponent, similar to Bakudō #4 but much stronger, instead binding the upper body of the target.  

Incantation: Unknown

Bakudō # 73: Tozanshō - 1,700 words  
Meaning: Inverse Mountain Crystal  

Description: As the spell ignites at a single point, blue energy extends upward to four points, which creates an inverted pyramid that solidifies into a barrier around the caster. The spell is usable around other already active spells.It can be used to trap others inside of it.  



Hadō # 54: Haien - 1,400 words

Meaning: Abolishing Flames

Description: The practitioner fires an oblong blast of purple spiritual energy from their hand that erupts and immolates a target completely when it makes contact.

Incantation: Unkown.

Hadō # 57: Daichi Tenyō - 1,425

Meaning: Upturned Earth Dance

Description: The practitioner thrusts their hands outward, causing objects around them to levitate and throwing them toward the destination which the wielder chooses. The technique is precise enough to counter opposing flying objects.

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō # 58: Tenran - 1,450 words

Meaning: Orchid Sky

Description: The practitioner, levitating their Zanpakutō, lightly hits one end, causing it to spin like a fan. The practitioner, stopping it, creates a widening tornado-like blast, which is fired forward toward the target.A hand is usable as a catalyst of the spell if the Zanpakutō is not available.

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō # 63: Raikōhō - 1,450 words

Meaning: Thunder Roar Sear

Description: A lighting-type attack.The practitioner, generating yellow spiritual energy into his/her hand, forms an orb, which is fired at the target with a massive concentrated strike of energy. The effect has devastatingly destructive results.

Incantation: "Sprinkled on the bones of the beast! Sharp tower, red crystal, steel ring. Move and become the wind, stop and become the calm. The sound of warring spears fills the empty castle!"

Hadō # 73: Sōren Sōkatsui - 1,645 words

Meaning: Twin Lotus Blue Fire, Crash Down

Description: An advanced form of Sōkatsui, it has twice the effectiveness. The practitioner, generating blue spiritual energy with his/her index and middle fingers, fires it as a concentrated blast at the intended target. It is essentially a doubled version of Hadō #33, Sokatsui, as the user fires "two" blue bursts of blue spiritual energy with much greater potency than the single shot variety.

Incantation: "Ye lord! Mask of blood and flesh, all creation, flutter of wings, ye who bears the name of Man! On the wall of blue flame, inscribe a twin lotus. In the abyss of conflagration, wait at the far heavens."

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Captain Level Kidō
you can learn it on your own now.

This is the more advanced form of Kidō as such you need at least 160 points in Reiryoku.

 Bakudō # 75: Gochūtekkan - 1,660 words

Meaning: Quintet of 1 kan Iron Pillars

Description: As the practitioner clasps their hands together, five small yellow orbs with skinny tails emerge from between their clasped hands. Moving up above their head, they form into a circle of five. The practitioner, raising their clasped hands up above their head, lowers them downwards, sending the orbs into the ground. As a bright light is generated in the sky above the intended target, five incredibly tall and thick pillars, which are connected to each other by chains, pin the target to the ground.

Incantation: "Walls of iron sand, a priestly pagoda, glowing ironclad fireflies. Standing upright, silent to the end."

Bakudō # 77: Tenteikūra - 1,720 words

Meaning: Heavenly Rickshaws in Silken Air

Description: Transmits one's voice to a large number of people simultaneously, often utilized during large-scale battles.Tenteikō«ra is primarily used for communication. The practitioner draws symbols upon his/her arms, hands, and the ground using a black powder. The practitioner, placing his/her palms away in front, generates a glowing rectangular box, and enacts various movements of the hands to create various root-like extensions in the air, which connect to the glowing rectangle. Upon placing his/her hands up to the rectangle and activating the spell, the root-like extensions glow, creating a network extending out from the rectangle. The spell transmits messages mentally to anyone within an area of the caster's choosing. In addition to reciting the spell, the user must draw specific markings on their arms, which are animated by the spell, to convey the messages. The messages can be spoken either by the caster or by another within the vicinity of the caster. Can only send messages to people in the same dimension and within a reasonable distance.

Incantation: "Black and white net. Twenty-two bridges, sixty-six crowns and belts. Footprints, distant thunder, sharp peak, engulfing land, hidden in the night, sea of clouds, blue line. Form a circle and fly though the heavens."

Bakudō #79. Kuyō Shibari (九曜縛, Nine Sunlight Traps) 1,600 words

Discription The practitioner creates eight black holes with purple outlines which emit spiritual energy in the space surrounding the target, with the ninth black hole manifesting itself in the center of the target's chest, with the intention of immobilizing the target.


Bakudō # 81: Dankū - 2,400 words

Meaning: Splitting Void

Description: A defensive wall is created to protect against an enemy's attack.The practitioner creates a translucent barrier in the form of a large rectangular wall. According to Byakuya it is capable of stopping Kidō-based attacks with power up to level 89.

Incantation: Unknown

Bakudō # 99: Kin - 3,000 words

Meaning: Seal

Description: The practitioner holds their palms away from themselves, with their arms extended out to the sides, and clasps their hands together, with the fingers intertwined intricately. The spell binds the arms of a target to their back like Bakudō #1, but with spiritual fabric and iron shafts. The practitioner slams his/her fingers into the ground, releasing white spiritual energy which forms into a white fabric. As the fabric wraps around the opponent completely, covering him/her from head to toe (First Song), the opponent, being stabbed by numerous metal bolts (Second Song), is smashed with an immense metal cube from above (Final Song)

Incantation: "First Song - Halting wrap"

"Second Song - Hundred Serial Bolts"

"Final Song - Full Ban Great Mount"


Hadō # 78: Zangerin – 1,900

Meaning: Cutting Flower Ring

Description: The practitioner generates a large amount of energy from their Zanpakutō before blasting it outward with enough power to level a building.

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō # 88: Hiryū Gekizoku Shinten Raihō - 2,450 words

Meaning: Flying Dragon-Striking Heaven-Shaking Thunder Cannon

Description: A high-level Hadō which only Kidō masters can use.The practitioner raises his/her arm forward and outstretched, occasionally using their free hand to grip the firing arm for extra support, with the palm facing flat toward the target, and fires a gigantic beam of electrical and spiritual energy which creates an enormous explosion

Incantation: Unknown

Hadō # 90: Kurohitsugi - 2,760 words

Meaning: Black Coffin

Description: Kurohitsugi is a high-level Kidō which seals its target in a black spiritual coffin.The practitioner generates a purple/black spiritual energy which, enveloping the target with a powerful torrent of gravity, takes the form of a box of black energy, covered in several spear-like protrusions. The spears, piercing the box, lacerate the one inside from head to toe. The spell is very difficult to use,

Incantation: "Seeping crest of turbidity. Arrogant vessel of lunacy! Boil forth and deny! Grow numb and flicker! Disrupt sleep! Crawling queen of iron! Eternally self-destructing doll of mud! Unite! Repulse! Fill with soil and know your own powerlessness!"

Hadō #91: Senjū Kōten Taihō - 3,000 words

Meaning: Thousand-Hand Bright Heaven Culling-Sear

Description: The user generates around ten pink energy points in the air around them and fires them all at the same focal point where the intended target resides. The culminating explosion is exceedingly devastating as a condensed blast of spiritual energy befitting of a #90+ Kidō.

Incantation: "Limit of the thousands hands, respectful hands, unable to touch the darkness. Shooting hands unable to reflect the blue sky. The road that basks in light, the wind that ignited the embers, time that gathers when both are together, there is no need to be hesitant, obey my orders. Light bullets, eight bodies, nine items, book of heaven, diseased treasure, great wheel, grey fortress tower. Aim far away, scatter brightly and cleanly when fired"

Hadō #99. Goryūtenmetsu (五龍転滅, Five Swirling Dragons of Destruction; Viz "Five Dragon Destruction" 3,000 words
Discription Upon activation, energy ruptures a large area around the user, causing the ground to rise up in pillars, before rising into the air to form an enormous dragon above the user.


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Flash step techniques

Flash step 600 WC
Description Hohō (歩法, Step Method; Viz "Fast Movement") is a defensive style of fighting which relates to footwork, it is one of the four basic combat skills of the Shinigami.[1] Hohō is an important skill for most Shinigami, which incorporates speed and agility. The skill level of Hohō can be enhanced and improved through concentration, training, and mastery of it. The foremost practitioners of this technique are those assigned to the Onmitsukidō. Shunpo (瞬歩, Flash steps) is the greatest expression of the Hohō technique; however there are variations even within Shunpo, which only master Hohō practitioners can use
Need 41points in speed to be able to learn.

Utsusemi 1,000 words
Description The practitioner moves at great speed to avoid an attack, leaving an afterimage which can appear to have taken damage.
Need to be vice captain. And have 50 speed and 40 stamina to learn.

Speed clones 1,300 wc
Description The practitioner creates at least 15 clones of themselves at once using Shunpo. While they are indistinguishable from the user's true self and mimic their movements, the clones do not last long.

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Hakuda (白打, White Hits) is a close-combat style of fighting, in which one is unarmed and uses only one's body, and is one of the four basic fighting styles of the Shinigami.[

Tesshō (鉄掌, Iron Palm) is a Hakuda technique 400 wc
Discription An open palm strike which can effortlessly shatter a Hollow's head with a single strike.

Tsukiyubi (撞指, Thrust Fingers)[1] is a Hakuda technique 600 WC
Discription Description
The practitioner extends the index and middle fingers of one hand in unison while they are in contact with an opponent, who is sent flying several meters away.

Taketonbo (竹蜻蛉, Bamboo Dragonfly)[1] is a Hakuda technique 400 WC
Discription Holding their hand out to the side, the practitioner performs a simple but effective throw, which violently flips their victim upside down. The victim lands heavily on their back, which knocks the wind out of them

Takigoi (滝鯉, Waterfall Carp)[1] is a Hakuda technique 1,000 WC
Discription the practitioner utilizes this technique to create an opening in their opponents defense. When the target kicks out, the user blocks the attack with their forearm. When the foe moves to kick them with their other foot, the practitioner grabs the blocked foot with their free hand while simultaneously blocking the second attack with their legs. The user subsequently traps the opponents second foot between their legs. With both legs trapped, the target is now open to attack and the user takes advantage of the situation to attack with their free hand

Sandbag Beat (サンドバッグ・ビート, Sandobaggu Bīto)[1] is a Hakuda technique. 1,200 WC
Discription The practitioner performs multiple extremely fast strikes, causing aggravated damage to a target. The technique is powerful enough to shatter a Menos Grande's mask and utterly destroy its body.

Kazaguruma (風車, Windmill)[1] is a Hakuda technique. 800 WC
Discription Throwing their body up into the air, the practitioner makes a shearing movement with their legs, allowing them to move one leg in front of the other, before performing a devastating kick which sends the target flying away with tremendous force

Ikkotsu (一骨, Single Bone) is a Hakuda technique. 1,500 WC. Must have 80 strength to learn
Discription A powerful punch which can destroy much of the target's abdomen, send them flying along a city street, and throw them through a building.

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