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Examples of "starrk"
During the battle at the fake Karakura town, Starrk is engaged into a duel by Shunsui Kyoraku, to whom he suggests that they pretend to fight until everyone else is done. Lilynette attempts to fight Jushiro Ukitake, who easily disarms her. When Starrk sees the bankai of the other captains, he calls Lilinette and he releases, partly to bribe Shunsui into activating his bankai. Starrk later finds himself also fighting against Ukitake, who views the fight as a 2v2 battle. Later, Wonderweiss arrives and stabs Ukitake, and Starrk fires a Point blank "Cero" on Kyoraku, temprarily placing him out of the battle. The Visoreds arrive, and Starrk finds himself against the Visoreds Love and Rose. Later, Baraggan is defeated, and Starrk takes great offense to his death; this, along with Lilynette's egging him on, causes Starrk to unleash their true ability on the Visoreds, allowing them to overcome Love and Rose. Before Starrk could deliver the finishing blow, however, he receives a stab from behind coming from Shunsui Kyoraku. He and Starrk fight. In the anime, Lilynette's being is extinguished once Kyōraku takes out all of Stark's wolves; a scene not present in the original manga. The battle ends with Stark fatally wounded by Kyōraku, apologizing to Aizen not repaying him as he crashes to the ground below. In his final moments, Starrk realizes he was never alone due to Lilynette and the other Espadas.
Starrk and Lilynette are voiced by Rikiya Koyama and Kiyomi Asai respectively in the Japanese version and by Keith Silverstein and Kate Higgins respectively in the English dub.
Starrk has a somewhat implied extremely fine visual acuity. Although Lilinette is essentially Starrk's "zanpakutō", he has a "reiatsu" sword which he uses to fight before his release. The "Ceros" he fires are larger than those of
is the "Primera Espada", signified by the "1" tattooed on the back of his left hand. The aspect of death he represents is solitude. His sole "Fracción" is , who is actually a part of him. Naturally created Arrancars, Stark and Lilynette were created from a single hollow that split its soul into two out of loneliness caused by its vast spiritual pressure being too deadly for weaker hollows and lesser beings to be around. Though Starrk does not remember their original hollow form, the fact he had a counterpart for company was comforting. The two encountered Aizen sometime after coming into being and allied with him as they saw him to be someone who can stay with them without dying. Lilynette typically shows the concern that Starrk does not, giving him incentive. Their personalities are foils of a sort: Starrk appears to be lazy and uninterested in fighting, often not fighting at his full power, and Lilinette is apparently aggressive and vicious.
the other Espadas (potentially except those of the "Ressureccion" Yammy). Lilynette, while aggressive, is weaker and her "Cero" is described as less powerful than that of a Gillian. Due to their nature, Starrk has to absorb Lilynette back into him in order to assume his Resurrección. Upon releasing , Starrk's and Lilynette's "reiatsu" swords disappear, and Starrk transforms to resemble a gunslinger, gaining a fur-lined suit, a pair of bandoliers, and a left eyepiece resembling Lilynette's mask fragment. Starrk takes on some of Lilynette's personality quirks, becoming more vocal and short tempered. He wields two ornamental guns that fire off ceros in rapid succession, one of the guns being Lilynette with whom he is able to converse. With his right pistol, Starrk can use a "cero" variety called , which is a "cero" that is split into myriads of explosives, with each piece as powerful as his regular "cero", and these pieces are fired thousands at a time. However, Starrk's and Lilinette's true ability is to splinter portions of their spirit to create an army of powerful spirit energy wolves that obey their creator's commands and detonate at will. These wolves can also teleport, and they bite Starrk's targets to keep them from escaping. Once they explode or are hit by an attack, they instantly reform, and therefore they are virtually indestructible; however, in the anime, they can be destroyed only by Kyōraku(one of the Soul Reaper characters)'s "bushogoma" technique. Though Starrk's guns are sacrificed for him to use their true ability, with most of Lilynette's soul being mixed in the wolves, Starrk can conjure swords for close combat.
is a newest installment in the "Heat the Soul" series released on September 2, 2010. The main change in this game is a 4-Players mode. Battles against giant characters have also been confirmed. New characters that have been announced are Allon (Ayon), Coyote Starrk (Los Lobos), Baraggan Luisenbarn (Arrogante), Tia Harribel (Tiburon), Yammy Riyalgo (Ira), Ulquiorra Cifer (Segunda Etapa), Ichigo Kurosaki (Full Hollow), Muramasa, Hachigen Ushoda, Love Aikawa and Shuren ("downloadable content"); in all, 84 characters are playable.
After Aizen was trapped inside Yamamoto's magical fire prison, Baraggan temporarily presides over the battle after Starrk refused the duty. He sends four hollows to destroy the four pillars to send the real Karakura town to Earth so they could destroy it earlier. However these hollows were defeated, prompting barragan to send four of his "Fracciones" to the pillars. After they are defeated, Baraggan rages, causing his remaining two "Fracciones" to fight in the battle, finding themselves against Soi Fon and Omaeda. When the two "Fracciones" are also defeated Baraggan decides to personally participate in the battle himself. He overcomes Soi Fon and Omaeda, until Soi Fon activates her bankai and fires a missile at him, temporarily placing him out of the battle, not because he was defeated, but because he had destroyed the missile before it hit him and he waited for the flames of the explosion in front of him to fade away. Later, after the flames were extinguished by Wonderweiss, Baraggan continues his fight against Soi Fon and Omaeda and finds himself also fighting the Visored Hachigen. Hachigen's magical barriers slow down Baraggan, and eventually Soi Fon lands a missile on him with the aid of Hachigen's magical "kido" spells. Baraggan survives this, suffering no more than a head injury, with even his clothes intact. He eventually decays Hachigen as well, but Hachigen teleports his "respira-"infected arm into Baraggan's insides, causing Baraggan to decay himself. As he deteriorates into dust, Baraggan makes an attempt on Aizen's life, and fails.
was originally Squad Eight's captain for most of the storyline. One of the oldest captains alongside his friend Jūshirō Ukitake, Shunsui was trained under Head Captain Yamamoto whom he called . Shunsui is a laid-back and flamboyant man as seen in his attire, wearing a straw hat and a pink flowered haori over his captain's uniform. In his off time, he can be seen drinking sake and napping. Other times, he likes to chase after women, particularly his lieutenant Nanao Ise. Shunsui tends to use a more familiar speech style than most other characters in "Bleach"; he generally refers to his fellow captains and Soul Reapers by their first name, usually followed by an honorific. Kyōraku is a peace-loving man who will always try to find a nonviolent solution, though he does not wish to insult opponents by refusing to fight. But he is also an adept fighter, able to defeat Coyote Starrk by using only his shikai. After Yamamoto's death, Shunsui becomes the new Head Captain, and chooses Genshirō Okikiba and his niece Nanao as his Squad One lieutenants.