Imam 16 i pol godina. 21.4. mi je 17 rođendan. Idem u 2.r gimnazije u Crikvenici. U taj razred ide i sigurno svima poznati byakuya.
Hobiji su mi košarka, gitara i naravno anime.
Ne volim baš one gnjecave anime-e.
Najbolji su mi Bleach, Naruto, Trigun Tenjo Tenge, D.N. Angel i još neki. Ali skoro svi koje sam gledao su mi bili super (sa par izuzetaka).
I JOŠ JEDNA MOLBA ZA SVE KOJI SU DOBRI SA IZRADOM DIZAJNEVA NEKA MI SE MOLIM VAS JAVE AKO IMAJU VOLJE MI NAPRAVIT NEKI DIZAJN!!
Ovaj prvi post neće biti nešto posebno jer ga sigurno neće puno ljudi ni pogledat, ali se zato nadam da ću sa vremenom dobivati više posjetitelja.
Pisat ću na engleskom jer mi se neda prevađat tekst koji sam našao.
Ichigo Kurosaki is a rough-and-tumble teenager who has always had the special ability to see ghosts. The story begins with the sudden appearance of an oddly-dressed stranger in Ichigo's bedroom. This stranger is the shinigami Rukia Kuchiki, who is surprised at his ability to see her. Their resulting conversation is interrupted by the appearance of a hollow, an evil spirit. After Rukia is severely wounded during battle, she decides to transfer half of her powers to Ichigo, hoping to give him the opportunity to face the hollow on an equal footing. For unknown reasons, however, Ichigo absorbs all of Rukia's powers during the attempt, allowing him to defeat the hollow with ease.
The next day, Rukia turns up in Ichigo's classroom as a transfer student. Much to his surprise, she now appears to be a normal human. She theorizes that it was the unusual strength of Ichigo's spirit that caused him to fully absorb her powers, rather than just half, thus leaving her stranded in her gigai — an artificial human body. While she waits to recover her abilities, Ichigo must take over the job of watching over the area, battling hollows and guiding lost souls to the afterlife.
Twelve years before the events at the focus of the series, the nine-tailed demon fox attacked Konohagakure. It was a powerful demon indeed; a single swing of one of its nine tails would raise tsunamis and flatten mountains. It raised chaos and slaughtered many people, until the leader of the Leaf Village – the Fourth Hokage – defeated it by sacrificing his own life to seal the demon inside a newly-born child, whose origins are as yet unknown. That child's name was Naruto Uzumaki.
The Fourth Hokage was celebrated as a hero for sealing the demon fox away. He wanted Naruto to be respected in a similar light by being the containment vessel for the demon fox. The village he grew up in, however, mostly shunned Naruto; they regarded him as if he were the demon fox itself and mistreated him throughout most of his childhood.
A decree made by the Third Hokage made it so that the other villagers were forbidden to mention the event to anyone, even to their own children. However, this did not stop them from treating Naruto like an outcast. Although their children did not specifically know why their parents treated Naruto the way they did, they learned through example to despise the boy. As a result, Naruto grew up as an orphan in a lonesome atmosphere without friends, family, or acknowledgment. He could not force people to befriend him, so he sought acknowledgment and attention the only way he knew – through pranks and mischief. However, that soon changed after Naruto graduated from the Ninja Academy by using his Multiple Shadow Clone Technique to save his teacher, Iruka Umino, from the renegade ninja Mizuki. That encounter gave Naruto two insights: that he was the container of the demon fox, and that there was someone besides the Third Hokage who actually cared about him. His graduation from the academy opened a gateway to the events and people that would change and define his world, including his way of the ninja for the rest of his life.