Let me tell you about this guy and I’ll tell you his name…
Be aware of his existence for he’s the most evil of them all. What do you know? You think he’s sincere and kind. His gentleness is only a deception. Beneath his benevolent face is an ambitious and cunning man who knows no fear and only desires for power. He doesn’t know how to care for he only uses people for his own welfare. He’s nothing but a two-face, fooling everyone who trusted him. He preys on the innocent and take advantage on others’ feelings and weaknesses. Thus, look closely and be careful. Looks can be deceiving. Be aware there are others who wear masks. Learn it from Bleach, I’m talking about Aizen. I don’t even see it coming, Aizen’s betrayal to the Soul Society is really an unexpected twist and how he managed to fool everyone by faking his death was really unpredictable. Even his loyal lieutenant, Momo is unaware and never expected that Aizen has such selfish and evil plans all along.
Sōsuke Aizen (藍染 惣右介, Aizen Sōsuke)
The former captain of the 5th Division in the Gotei 13; he later leaves the Soul Society with his followers, Gin Ichimaru and Kaname Tōsen. His lieutenant was Momo Hinamori. Aizen is a surprisingly polite, soft-spoken intellectual, often addressing his subordinates by their given names. He rarely shows any sign of alarm or distress and often has entire situations planned out well in advance.
Aizen initially appeared to be a very kind, well-respected captain and was looked up to by many, especially his Lieutenant Momo Hinamori.
She would do everything for him. She believed on him and she was his most loyal comrade and friend.
She trusted him but he betrayed her, and without second thoughts he pushed his sword on her. He actually never cared for her in spite of how strongly she felt for him. He stabbed her to death with his own hands.
However, this was just a mask to disguise his manipulative and very dangerous nature.
He is, therefore, willing to stop at nothing to further his selfish ambitions.
He lacks genuine compassion and honor.
In truth, he cares very little for his underlings (both past and present), and is willing to use almost everyone around him as pawns to achieve his means. In his own words, Aizen claims to be unaffected by any form of morals or ethics, as he views them as mere restrictions on his potential. He is fond of long, complicated, and somewhat convoluted plots, and frequently appears to toy with his underlings for amusement. Unlike most of the other Shinigami who appear to have some kind of honor and kindness, including some Espada.
Aizen’s true objective was to overthrow the king of the Soul Society. As he and his fellow traitor captains were departing from the Soul Society, he told Jūshirō Ukitake that “no one has stood on the top of the world”, not even the gods, but he aspires to “stand on the heavens and end the unbearable vacancy on the world’s throne”. To do this, he needs the Ōken (王鍵, Royal Key), a tri-pronged golden key that opens a portal to the dimension in which the Soul King resides.
“Trusting in someone is the same as depending on them. That is something the weak do. We have no use for it.”
You can always love the hero,
but this guy he’s my favorite villain
… one unforgettable character.