Demon Slayer has many fans who love it, which is fitting for such a popular show. Although the main cast of Tanjiro and Zenitsu receive most of the attention, there are some Hashira who also get it. Shinobu Kocho, one of these Hashiras is beloved for her infectious smile and deadly poisoning skills. She may not be as intimidating as other Demon Slayer Hashiras but she has the necessary skills to claim the title.
Because of her love, many of her fans have doubted her status at Demon Slayer’s end.
How Shinobu Die?
Shinobu Kocho confronts her sister’s killer, Doma, during Demon Slayer’s penultimate arc, the Infinity Castle arc. Doma is the Twelve Kizuki’s Upper Moon Rank Two demon, second only to Kokushibo and Muzan themselves.
Shinobu appears to be consuming Doma’s female followers as the battle begins. Shinobu tries to save one of the followers, but it’s too late, as she passes away in her arms. Shinobu starts to rage after confronting Doma about the death of her sister.
Shinobu then stabbed Doma in his left eye, but avoided a Demon attack. Doma realizes Shinobu is the poison specialist he’s heard about after the two exchange actions and words. Shinobu is upset. Doma prepared himself for her poison after her battle with Rui’s sister, and as a result, Doma is able to make her poison non-lethal.
Shinobu’s poison is not only neutralized, but it also begins to heal Doma once it has been broken down sufficiently. Shinobu pins her hopes on injecting Doma with a large enough dose of poison that he won’t be able to break it down. Shinobu hits Doma, but Shinobu’s collarbone and ribs are both cut.
Shinobu uses all his strength to attack Doma with one final attack. He successfully stabbed Doma in the neck using a poison strike. Shinobu relaxes as Doma seems to be dying from poison. Doma, however, quickly recovers. Shinobu hugged Hashira and took in her pain.
Shinobu eventually took her in and killed her.
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Demon Slayer Season 3 Story
Season three’s plot will be based on the original manga’s ninth arc, the Swordsmith Village arc, it has been confirmed. It’s worth noting that the Demon Slayer manga officially ended in 2020, giving anime fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn (roughly) what the future holds for Tanjiro and the gang.
The Swordsmith Village arch begins after Tanjiro Tengen Uzui (Sound Hashira Tengen Uzui) defeated the demon siblings Gyutaroo and Daki at the Entertainment District arc.
Fortunately, Tanjiro’s demon-slaying sword was the only permanent casualty of this epic battle.
Hotaru Haganezuka will repair Tanjiro’s blade in the Swordsmith Village during season three of Demon Slayer.
While you’re there, Tanjiro and his companions will, of course, be attacked by a swarm of demons while they’re there (including an Upper-Rank Six that splits themselves across multiple bodies). Mist Hashira (and MuichiroTokito) step in to manage the situation.
Demon Slayer Season III Trailer
Crunchyroll & Ufotable unveiled their first trailer for the season three in April 2022. (sort of).
Although it is not a trailer (it essentially recaps the series and shows highlights from season two), it can be called one.
Most notable is the inclusion of key (old) footage from the Mist and Love Hashiras who will play a crucial role in the third series.
We can expect a full trailer for Demon Slayer season 3 based on the previous seasons. Keep an eye.
Demon Slayer Season Three Release Date
First, the bad news. There was a gap of two-and a half years between the first season and the second season of Demon Slayer. We expect the same for the next season.
Although we have not yet announced a release date of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu Yaiba Swordsmith village arc, we anticipate that the third season will arrive in the fall 2023.
The official Demon Slayer Twitter account shared the first teaser photo for the third season in February 2022. It confirmed that it was indeed officially in production.
Where can you watch Demon Slayer on TV?
You can watch Demon Slayer season 2 on Hulu, Crunchyroll, and Funimation. Crunchyroll, Funimation and other streaming sites are currently streaming season 2 of Demon Slayer. They are both free to use but offer premium subscriptions that are ad-free.
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