Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba Chapter 201 is out on Viz, and a lot happened in it. Muzan is surely dead, but he left his presence in Tanjiro, who has now become a demon and attacking others for the lust of blood. In chapter 200, we thought that Koyoharu sensei rushed the ending, but now it seems that we are left with some more interesting chapters where Nezuko will play an important role.
Chapter 201 kicks off with the series’ tradition of showing flashback, and this time, Muzan narrates his tale.
He narrates that his heart was stopped numerous times in the mother’s womb. He took his first cry when his funeral ceremony was going on. He calls this incident as his will to live and tells that Ubuyashiki was true that everybody has to die one day. Then he tells how he passed down his blood cells containing his eternal will to Tanjiro for fulfilling his goal to conquer the Sun.
He trustsTanjiro because only Tanjiro knows the same breathing technique as Yoriichi and shares the same blood with Nezuko. He commands Tanjiro to destroy Demon Slayers in his place.
Giyuu attacks Tanjiro and pushes him into the sunlight, but the burn stops after a little ignition. Tanjiro kills a Kakushi and injures Giyuu, and then Inosuke counters him.
Inosuke decides to kill Tanjiro to keep the promise both took along with Zenitsu to kill if anyone of them betrays.
The next chapter is releasing after a week on April 12, 2020, and I think Nezuko will face Tanjiro. Currently, nobody out there is well enough to face Tanjiro, so she will decide to go against him. She will fight with a killing intent to fulfill his dream of a world without a demon.
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