Demon Slayer surprises with Inosuke’s craziest ability yet

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba has shown one of Inosuke Hashibira’s weirdest abilities yet with the last episode of the series! The second season is finally starting to heat up as the final episode of the series has arrived at the real meat of the Entertainment District arc of Koyoharu Gotouge’s original manga series, and that also means the main fight for the arc is on. also prepares. With the higher-ranking demonic menace Daki now in full force and battling Tanjiro Kamado and Zenitsu missing, it’s Inosuke’s turn to step into the fight with the new episode.

Although fans have seen Inosuke sport very unique techniques and abilities throughout the series so far (as he has trained a number of ways to stay strong and alive throughout his upbringing in the mountains) , the final episode sees Inosuke following the scent of demons into an underground cave below the Yoshiwara district. To get there, Inosuke reveals that he can dislocate his joints and make his way to the depths of the Earth without much resistance.

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Episode 5 of the Demon Slayer’s Entertainment District arc sees Inosuke growing impatient with their ongoing investigation, and after finding a lead on the demons in the previous episode, he decides to take it in hand and begins to run recklessly into his courtesan house. He then finds the small hole Daki’s scarf went through, but finds that he can’t fit in at first. Then he dislocates all of his joints and reveals that as long as he can put his head in there, there is hardly any space he cannot fit into.

We see proof of this in the pudding soon after as Inosuke makes his way through the long tunnel Daki has dug underground and he soon comes across what the demon calls his “food rack” filled with all of them. sorts of victims (like the missing women of Tengen) who are kept alive in stasis in her sling until she is ready to eat them. Thanks to Inosuke’s strange ability, these victims (and Zenitsu) are saved just in time.

This means that even though he continues to move recklessly, it proves how much each of Inosuke’s senses are in tune. His keen sense of intuition is what drove him to go underground in the first place, and the carefree nature of his physical abilities proves just how much of an asset he truly is. But what do you think of Inosuke’s weird new ability? Let us know all your thoughts on this in the comments! You can even contact me directly about anything animated and other cool stuff. @Valdezologie on Twitter!

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