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Pantera (Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez) . Lego sword inspired by the Manga/Anime series "Bleach" . I have wanted to build the swords from the popular Manga/Anime series "BLEACH". The swords in bleach are used by characters known as "Shinigami". The swords themselves are known as "Zanpakuto" Each sword has their own abilities and compliment the powers of their wielder. This particular sword is called "Pantera" (spanish for Panther) It's owner goes by the name of "Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez" or romanized as "Grimmjow Jaggerjack" The release phrase for this zanpakuto is "Grind" This sword is one of several in my collection that are an evolution of the techniques I used to build lightsabers in 2006. Building the tsuba or hand gaurd was the most enjoyable part of building this MOC. Follow this link to see Pantera Generation 2 Thank you in advance for visiting. Enjoy. -Marshall.

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