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Kimetsu no Yaiba T.V. Media Review Episode 6

by Yumiko

The order has been given!

A certain town to the northwest has been experiencing a string of disappearances. Night after night young girls are vanishing without a trace. There’s no public explanation behind this case, but the Demon Slayer Corps clearly knows what is taking place within the shadows. As such, Tanjirou’s first mission will be to investigate and end this demon’s life. Now, finding this demon will take some time. During the day, Tanjirou is only able to sniff out left behind traces. However, once night fell the scent picked up. An easy feast won’t be had on this night, yet at the same time Tanjirou finds himself outnumbered. Somehow this demon has split himself into three. Additionally, this particular demon is a user of the Blood Demon Arts. These sinister abilities are numerous, though in this particular case a swamp is this demon’s weapon of choice. From out of the darkness, Tanjirou may be assaulted at any angle. Fortunately, Tanjirou is not a solo act. Nezuko will always have her brother’s back.

I believe this the first time we’re left off on a cliffhanger. This isn’t a long first mission, so expect it to be wrapped up next time. Moreover, before departing for his first mission, Tanjirou was let in on several pieces of vital information. The biggest piece moving forward was learning about a demon named Muzan Kibutsuji. This man is the root that began every demon created. Through his blood alone, he has amassed generation upon generation of monsters. What this ultimately means is the one who turned Nezuko into a demon is Muzan, and he is the final enemy Tanjirou must seek out. There’s a possibility that a confrontation with Muzan could lead to restoring Nezuko’s humanity. Anyhow, this demon’s lurking days are numbered. Enjoy the first of many missions to come!





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Yumiko (@guest_3067)
5 years ago

I can see the resemblance, but he’ll look a little different later on.

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Jesus Albert (@guest_3066)
5 years ago

Muzan Kibutsuji is “The Ayuwoki”… hee heejeje