Would it be all right to reserve Gin and have him replace Tatsuki? If not, reserve me Trenia from last time to replace her.
Quincy (The last)
Uryū is generally quiet and solitary, but tries harder to act cool when other people are around. For example, during the Soul Society arc he wears a mantle that serves no purpose other than to make him look cooler, despite the fact that it hinders his movement. He even keeps a spare to that effect. In addition, he also has a tendency to say things with characteristic drama.
Uryū operates on a moral ethic known as the "Pride of the Quincy" and has a strong sense of justice. He has also shown to be very chivalrous, stating that he enacts justice on men who abuse or treat women badly. He demonstrates this at multiple points throughout the series, such as when he tried to defend Rukia Kuchiki from Renji Abarai when he and Byakuya Kuchiki came to the real world to take her, or when he defends Orihime Inoue at multiple points throughout the Soul Society arc. Uryū also has a tendency to not use lethal force in battle, especially if he can win without doing so. Instead, he will simply incapacitate his opponent. Uryu is left handed, and has an intense dislike for Shinagami, though has become an ally of Rukia and Ichigo. He possesses the unique ability of being able to remain calm in nearly any situation, even under extreme physical pain. Prolonged taunting can frustrate his usual calmness, but this does little more than provoke Uryu into using more energy in that particular shot.
Uryu Ishida is the last (active) remnant of the Quincy, Humans with high enough spiritual density to see Hollows. The Quincy dedicated themselves to eliminating the Hollows, seeing as how the Shinagami were often late in doing so, resulting in Hollows taking the souls of many. While some had wanted to work with the Shinagami, their requests were ignored, up to the point of the death of the last Quincy teacher, Uryu’s sensei. Uryu witnessed first-hand how the Shinagami cannot always reach a Hollow in time, as it was a powerful Hollow that killed his sensei.
Before then, much of the Quincy had been killed off by the Shinagami. This, coupled with their failure to save his sensei, angered Uryu to the point of him hating most Shinagami. He trained himself in the use of his preferred spirit weapon, a bow, and carries the burden of being the world’s last (active) Quincy. Some time later, he met substitute Soul Reaper Ichigo Kurosaki, and issued a challenge to him. Using Hollow bait, a contest to see who could destroy more Hollows. Some time afterward, Uryu and Ichigo established something of a friendly rivalry, though he serves much more an ally's role.
Shortly after this, Rukia Kuchiki was abducted by Byakuya Kuchiki for purpose of execution in the Soul Society. Though he did not explicitly say so, Uryu disappeared for a few days to master the power of an ancient Quincy artifact, the Sanrei glove, to enhance his abilities in order to better assist in the rescue, reappearing and revealing where he'd been to the others of the group going along to rescue Kuchiki. During this time, he also temporarily lost his Quincy powers after removing the glove to fight the Bankai of Soul Reaper captain Mayuri. His father later assisted in restoring his powers, but this is an event Uryu does not speak of.
He later assisted Ichigo and co. when Orihime was taken to Hueco Mundo, throwing his assistance and newly-regained powers into helping defeat several of the Arrancar holding Orihime hostage. Though several times throughout he was badly wounded, he was healed up just as many times, and continued to aid in the fighting, even assisting in Ichigo's fight with the Espada Ulquiorra to a point, until he was incapacitated. While Ichigo continued the fight, Uryu remained with Orihime for the assurance she wouldn't end up being kidnapped yet again before they even left the world of Hollows. He was later present when Ichigo lost his Shinigami powers after his battle with Aizen. Some time after that, Uryu disappeared from Karakura town for a period of roughly five years, presumably to hone his abilities somewhere else, though he gives no comment as to what he was doing.
Uryu returned to Karakura two years ago, using the high spiritual energy of the town’s newer inhabitants and his own personal training to supercharge his powers and assist holding off the horde of Hollows attracted by the recent surge of spiritual pressure. He has become an ally of Ichigo Kurosaki, Rukia Kuchiki and their allies, though he works alone rather than with the rest of the group most often. For the past few years, Uryu has become the owner of a reputable tailor's shop in town, putting his skills with a needle to good use.
A slim young man garbed in clothing to represent the clan he remains the last of. He is left-handed, and wears a pair of rectangular spectacles.
Weapons (includes powers; nothing crazy): Kojaku (pictured):
Uryu’s weapon of choice; a spirit bow represented by a blazing blue aura in his right hand. The more spiritual energy Uryu can draw, the stronger it becomes, even to the point of changing shape. Using his own spirit energy, Uryu can destroy normal Hollows in a single well-aimed strike.
Seele Schneider Expert:
Uryu is also surprisingly adept at the use of Zanpukto, to the point of being able to hold his own against even high-level Shinagami. The Seele Schneider itself is an arrow with a tail long enough to be used as a hilt, containing in the base a well of spirit energy that, when activated, sends particles flying across the blade nearly three million times per second, making it strong enough to be used as a sword in battle against a Soul Reaper's Zanpukto. The weapon itself transforms the spirit energy of energy-based attacks into spiritons to give the Quincy wielder more energy to work with. It can also raise a Quincy's spiritual pressure. Skill improved over the last seven years.
Uryu is well-trained in use of his body and spirit energy in battle. He is capable of absorbing spirit energy from souls around him to fuel his attacks, but also possesses an astoundingly high spirit energy on his own, though not nearly as much as Ichigo.
A high level technique known to be quite rare to ever be encountered. Uryū is well versed in the use of this ability, which was not possessed by a good majority of the former living Quincy. Used to remotely control the body when under effects of paralysis or other debilitating injury.
Uryū is highly skilled in the use of the technique. Even keeping up with Captain Mayuri Kurotsuchi, who complimented his skill, stating it was a skill that was hard to master, especially at such a young age. Uryū has recently shown a new variation of the technique, which creates a platform of reishi under the user's feet. Originally used while traveling to Hueco Mundo, he has found use for it outside of the Garganta, and can carry others with him on the platform. Generally used to move at blinding speeds. Power improved over the last seven years.
Uryu launches a volley of spirit arrows from his current bow. Capable of firing 1,200 arrows at once. The ability's power drain makes it impractical for use on most enemies, and is generally reserved as a last resort attack against immensely powerful opponents. Power improved over the last seven years.
Uryu can hold his own against odds normal Humans would surely perish in and walk away with little more than a one-line observation of his enemy.