Tu Oderschvank Neliel
|Nickname:||Nel Tu, Nel|
By the time she is introduced in the series, Nel and her companions encounter Ichigo Kurosaki's group and help them as their guides in Hueco Mundo, though were originally afraid of Soul Reapers as they saw them to be the bad guys. But Nel develops an attachment to Ichigo and starts following him around after her introduction. As a result, when she encounters Nnoitora as he begins to torture Ichigo, Nel assumed her true form with her memories restored. Though considerably more mature than her child form, Neliel retains her child-like voice and affection for Ichigo, as she comically hugs him without realizing that her strength is causing him personal injury. As she is about to defeat Nnoitora, Neliel reverts back to her child form with no apparent memory of what had just occurred, although she seems to recognise Nnoitora upon his death.
In her child-state, Nel's vomit (though she claims it to be saliva) acts as a rather weak but useful healing agent. In both her child and adult form, she can swallow Cero attacks and fire them back. In her adult form, she can also add her own Cero to this blast, doubling its power, aptly named a Cero Doble (Spanish for "Double Zero"). Neliel's zanpakutō, which manifests when she transforms, is named Gamuza (羚騎士 (ガミューサ), Gamyūsa, Japanese for "Antelope Knight," Spanish for "Chamois"). Her released form is that of a ibex-like centaur with longer curved horns, a thick tail, and armor over her shoulders and hands. Her sword transforms into a double-ended white lance, giving her the appearance of a medieval knight or a jouster. One of her attacks in this form is called Lanzador Verde (翠の射槍 (ランサドール・ヴェルデ), Ransadōru Verude, Japanese for "Green Javelin," Spanish for "Green Lancer"), in which she throws her lance directly at her opponent. The lance moves at high speed and rotates extremely fast, drilling through anything it hits.
She is voiced by Tomoko Kaneda in Japanese and Colleen O'Shaughnessey in English.
Bleach Chara Fortune - Fracture(Arrancar) & Summer ver★: Neliel Tu Oderschvank
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