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Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained

When Inosuke and Tengen Uzui are about to die in the season 2 finale of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba,’ Nezuko comes to their aid and utilises the Blood Demon Art to remove the poison from their bodies. After assuring that his allies are safe, Tanjirou and Nezuko begin searching for Gyuutarou and Daki to see if the demons are still alive. Here’s everything you need to know about the season 2 episode 18 ending of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.’ WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD!

Recap of the Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale

After successfully defending themselves from the brutal onslaught of Gyuutarou and Daki, the Demon Slayers use their Nichirin Swords to simultaneously sever the necks of the brother-sister combination. Gyuutarou, on the other hand, uses one final desperate attack just before being decapitated. Although he is beheaded in the ensuing minutes, the blood blades he unleashes are poised to badly hurt Tanjirou, Zenitsu, Tengen, and Inosuke when Nezuko intervenes.

Fortunately, she saves his brother and his companions by employing her Blood Demon Art as a protection just before they are about to be torn into pieces by the blood blades. When Tanjirou learns he is safe, Zenitsu’s cry for aid frightens him. When the protagonist meets his friend, he discovers that Inosuke’s heartbeat is weakening with each passing moment. Tanjirou is at a loss for words as Inosuke’s situation appears to be critical, and he has no idea how he can help while the poison creeps swiftly throughout his friend’s body. To his amazement, Nezuko utilises Blood Demon Art to burn away all the poison, saving Inosuke’s life.

The brother-sister team then continues to assist the Sound Hashira in a similar manner, offering much-needed relief to Tengen’s three wives. When it appears that none of his companions are in imminent danger, Tanjirou and Nezuko set out to find Gyuutarou and Daki and ensure that the joint holders of the Upper-Rank Six are finally dead. He discovers the brother-sister duo’s beheaded skulls, which are slowly fading into oblivion. In their final moments together, the two begin to blame each other for their failure to fight the Demon Slayers.

When the argument becomes heated and Gyuutarou is about to say that he wishes Daki had never been born, Tanjirou steps in. He begs the demons not to curse each other because they have no one else in the world and don’t even believe what they are saying. When Daki’s head disappears, Gyuutarou recalls old and terrible memories in his final minutes to resolve his only regret before dying.

Meanwhile, Obanai Iguro, the snake Hashira, arrives at ground zero and meets Tengen Uzui. The former blames the latter for his injuries, claiming that he should have easily handled the Upper Rank Six demons. Instead of disputing, Sound Hashira discusses his choice to resign, dismissing Obanai’s concerns. Muzan Kibutsuji summons Akaza to the Infinity Castle at the same time.

The End of Demon Slayer Season Finale: How Did Gyuutarou and Daki Become Demons?

Gyuutarou begins to recall the brother-sister duo’s terrible past shortly after Daki’s death. Gyuutarou was formerly just another average boy living on Rashomon River Bank, the Entertainment District’s poorest district. The standard of living was so low there that children were regarded as a misfortune by their parents, who could hardly make enough money to feed them.

Gyuutarou’s mother tried to kill him several times, but the helpless child always survived the cruel beating. To make matters worse, the folks there were cruel to Gyuutarou because he was ugly. To feed himself, he frequently resorted to hunting rats or bugs with his sickle. However, his life was turned upside down when Ume (Daki) was born. Gyuutarou’s inferiority mindset was broken by her gorgeous face, and he finally learned to accept himself and the evil world around him. He quickly began fighting and became a collector.

Despite the cruelty that surrounded him, Gyuutarou’s life seemed to make sense, and Ume gave him a purpose to live. But he was no longer a helpless victim, and the brother-sister team had learnt to fight for their lives by this point. As they grew in power, so did their foes, so Ume’s use of a hairpin to blind a Samurai turned out to be a terrible error. Her perpetrators kidnapped her and then burned her alive.

When Gyuutarou discovered her burnt body and began grieving for his sister, he was also attacked by a Samurai on the orders of a woman. He, on the other hand, fought back and killed both the woman and the Samurai moments later. As he began to mourn again over Ume, an Upper-Rank demon appeared and chose to give them the opportunity to join the Twelve Kizuki.

The brother-sister combo grew into formidable demons who slew numerous Hashira over the course of several decades. However, their decision to join Muzan Kibutsuji’s armies was influenced by years of cruelty and persecution that Gyuutarou and Daki endured in secret while living in Rashomon River Bank. So, as necessary as it was for them to accept the opportunity to join the Demon Lords’ army, their hatred for the world was equally important in molding them into actual demons.

Muzan Kibutsuji summons Akaza to the Infinity Castle for what reason?

In the concluding moments of Season 2, Akaza finds himself in the Infinity Castle. Muzan Kibutsuji never summons his minions unless there is bad news, thus he immediately recognizes the gravity of the situation. When he summoned the Lower Six demons in the season one finale, he cruelly punished them. Muzan slaughtered the majority of them because they were too weak.

The Demon Lord was enraged at Rui’s murder on Mount Natagumo, and we witness something similar happen in the season 2 climax, just after Gyuutarou and Daki’s beheading. It is worth noting that the Upper-Rank demons have not been summoned to the Infinity Castle in the last 133 years. While the anime does not depict what happens next, the Demon Lord will most likely warn the Upper-Rank demons.

These stronger troops of the Twelve Kizuki, unlike the Lower Rank demons, have been around for hundreds of years and have chased several Hashiras in their lives. As a result, killing any of them for Muzan is similar to shooting himself in the foot. However, it is not surprising that he will punish the demons before providing his blood to some of them.

Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained
Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Ending Explained

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