The second season of demon slayer ended and with it, the fight within the Arc Entertainment District turned a page on the members of the Demon Slayer Corps. While Tanjiro and the other official members of the Demon Slayer Corps had their hands full with Gyutaro and Daki in the entertainment district, Nezuko not only dealt with the high-level demons, but also with the terrifying transformation that occurred when Tanjiro’s sister let go. Now, a cosplayer has given fans a new take on Nezuko’s demonic transformation that empowered her with a price tag.
Since being attacked by the demon lord Muzan, Nezuko has struggled to keep her demonic urge to feed on flesh at bay, spending most of her time sleeping in the crate held on her back. brother. During the battle against Daki however, Nezuko entered the battle and showed how powerful she had become as a demon, ripping out a number of Daki’s limbs while instantly healing from all damage she received, proving that Nezuko is on par with the top. higher level demons. As Nezuko nearly swallowed innocent civilians nearby, she was able to be shot thanks to Tanjiro singing her a lullaby their mother sang during their early years, turning her into a much smaller version of herself. .
Instagram cosplayer Rinne Goddess has shared the new take on Nezuko’s transformation that she showed off during the Arc Entertainment District of Demon Slayer’s second season, which is sure to return in the future of the Shonen franchise as the The anime adaptation’s third season has already been confirmed:
While Nezuko used her demonic form to horribly fight Daki in the entertainment district, she also used her powers to cure the poison that ran through Tanjiro and Tengen Uzui’s veins, after the duo’s battle against Gyutaro during the second season. As Nezuko continues to struggle with the demonic presence occupying the landscape within her body, fans should certainly not be surprised to see that Nezuko will continue to use new techniques moving forward in the anime adaptation.
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