Strongest Bleach Characters At The End Of The Series

Here is everything you need to know about the strongest bleach characters.

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Grimmjow JaegerjacquezGrimmjow Jaegerjacquez

Grimmjow Jaegerjacquez might be a tiresome blowhard, but nobody can deny his overwhelming power. When he triggers his Resurrección Pantera, Grimmjow transforms into a dangerous foe capable of dealing deadly damage against the strongest characters in Bleach.

While he’s not impressively strong in the Hueco Mundo and Fake Karakura Town arcs, Grimmjow becomes a veritable force of nature during the Thousand-Year Blood War arc. He casually defeats and kills Askin Nakk Le Vaar by ripping his heart out of his chest. Grimmjow’s fate is ambiguous, but he likely survived the clash.

Rukia KuchikiRukia Kuchiki

Rukia Kuchiki begins the story when she accidentally stumbles into Ichigo’s bedroom, only for him to kick her into the wall. She soon becomes his treasured friend, prompting Ichigo to invade Soul Society when the Central 46 sentences her to death.

Rukia plays second fiddle to Ichigo for most of Bleach, but she gets her chance to shine in the Thousand-Year Blood War arc. There, Rukia learns to manifest her Bankai in the Royal Realm just before her career-defining fight with Äs Nödt. She is later seen in the manga’s final chapter, where she’s officially declared as the 13th Division’s Captain.

Yoruichi Shihoin
Yoruichi Shihoin

Yoruichi has a Zanpakuto, but she has never been seen using it. This is because she can easily resolve any conflict with her speed or fists. As the “Flash Goddess” of Soul Society, Yoruichi’s movements are barely perceptible, leaving her opponents out of breath and thoroughly flabbergasted.

Yoruichi nonchalantly knocked out dozens of trained Onmitsukido warriors before confronting and defeating her protégé, Suì-Fēng. Yoruichi’s Shunko reinforces her combat skillset, especially when she transforms into her “Thunder Beast Battle Form,” Shunryu Kokubyo Senki.

 Ichigo Kurosaki Ichigo Kurosaki

Ichigo is blessed with a complicated cocktail of powers — his diverse stockpile includes Ceros, Fullbrings, Blut Vene, Shikai, and Bankai, as well as his iconic Hollow mask. As a stereotypical Shonen protagonist, there is no limit to Ichigo’s strength. On the contrary, he continuously acquires new abilities in every Bleacharc.

Although Mugetsu is possibly Ichigo’s ultimate form, this specific ability disintegrates after a single use. He achieves absolute control over his Zanpakuto in the Thousand-Year Blood War arc, but still fails to destroy Yhwach with raw power alone.


Yhwach’s Almighty is capable of twisting the future, effectively streamlining the flow of time in a manner that benefits him. That said, the Bleach fandom isn’t sure how Captain-Commander Yamamoto Genryusai managed to defeat Yhwach if the latter was using his Almighty at the time.

In addition to his offensive and defensive abilities, Yhwach can steal others’ powers, experiences, and knowledge by just touching them. Unfortunately, this final villain becomes omnipotent upon assimilating the Soul King. Aizen’s Gorytenmetsu, a level 99 Hado spell, doesn’t so much as scratch Yhwach. He is unquestionably the strongest Bleach character.

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