Kisuke Urahara, One of the Extremely Lovable Characters from the Anime ‘End of The Chrysalis Age’

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Kisuke Urahara is an anime character from “End of The Chrysalis Age,” who is a Shinigami. He has also worked for the Captain of the 12th Division 1st President of the S.R.D.I and as 3rd Seat of the 2nd Division Detention Unit Crops Commander. Currently, he has Tessai Tsukabishi, Ururu Tsumugiya, Jinta Hanakari, and Yoruichi Shihan as his partners.

He does his work in Urahara Shop, Karakura Town. He appeared first in Manga volume 2, chapter 13, Episode 6. However, keeping his identity low-key, he, as a human, owns a small convenience store that sells Shinigami items.

What is special about Kisuke Urahara?

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In appearance, he is a moderately handsome, lean, tall man with light skin and beautiful grey eyes. For his nature, he is an optimistic, humble, and eccentric person. He has an amazing personality since he can be serious into situations required, and at the same time, he is also a jovial and sarcastic person. Another nice thing about him is that he is always humble to people while speaking. However, almost 100 years ago, his personality was quite the opposite if what it is right now.

Urahara can be seen in almost every important event, but he does not like to intervene in situations. He likes to act as a catalyst in situations rather than affecting the whole situation at hand. Urahara gives Rukia a special untraceable Gigal of his own when Rukia gives all her powers to Ichigo Kurosaki. This power is meant to drain Rukia’s Reiatsu and then transform her into a human who will permanently hide Hogyoku inside her.

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Kisuke is also an expert in the art of aikido and one of the best swordsmen in the whole series. His special powers are Zanpakuto, Benihime and they are able to produce enormous crimson energy in Shikai form, which fires or creates barriers to defend him. His Bankai can also restructure anything he touches, which can also be used to attack or heal or enhance himself.