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Hello, fellow Demon Slayer fans! Have you seen the much-anticipated Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 4? it’s finally arrived, and it’s a blast! Be prepared for an intense emotional rollercoaster and jaw-dropping fight scenes because Episode 4, titled “Thank You, Tokito,” will not let you down. The blood demon artwork by Nezuko and Tanjiro’s Battle IQ is nothing short of breathtaking and has viewers on the edge of their seats. You’ll be craving for more and gasping for breath after watching this episode. Don’t miss the thrilling effects and powerful emotional rollercoaster that this episode offers!
Episode 4: “Thank you, Tokito”- Plot
The two Upper Moon demons, Hantengu and Gyokko, attacked the village of swordsmiths in the last episode. Along with Genya and Tokito, Tanjiro and Nezuko attempted a counterattack. Furthermore, we saw that Hantengu is capable of creating multiple, independent clones of himself. A Hantengu clone involved in the crash threw Tokito out of the village. Another one hits Genya in the gut. Tanjiro attempts to escape as one of Hantengu’s clones, a bird-like demon by the name of Urogi, pulls him into the air with his foot. Tanjiro then runs towards the village to help Nezuko and Genya. Eventually, we watched Tokito recover from the assault swiftly and rush to the village to help Tanjiro and his friends. However, he saw that Kotetsu was being attacked by several fish-like demons in the forest. Tokito quickly rushes to rescue Kotetsu from that monster.
After that, in the latest episode 4, titled “Thank you, Tokito”, we can see that Tokito saves Kotetsu from demons because he remembers Tanjiro’s words about helping others, which are “Whatever you do for others comes around to help you, as well, in the end”. After that, we see Kotetsu thank Tokito and apologize for being rude, calling him “Seaweed Head” after being saved from that terrifying demon monster. Then Kotetsu asked him to save Haganezuka as he restored the 300-year-old sword.
Further more, in the forest, we can see Tanjiro escape from a bird-like demon named Urogi by cutting one of his legs. But that sneaky little demon can regenerate from only his lags. But Tanjiro immediately finds his weakness and destroys that little clone of Urogi’s. Then Tanjiro learned the truth about Hantengu’s Blood demon art, which allows him to divide much stronger versions of himself that represent different things. And have a variety of overpowered abilities. But Tanjiro realizes that the more he divides, the weaker his clone gets.
So far, we’ve seen four. The first one has green eyes and represents pleasure. Has a fan that he uses to create a massive shockwave. The second one has red eyes and represents his anger at creating a freaking tone of electricity to damage his enemy. The third one has yellow eyes and represents joy, his ability to fly, and his ability to create powerful sound waves. Aizetsu Forth has blue eyes and represents his sorrow or sadness. He has a spear-type weapon called Yari, which allows him to make long-distance attacks called spear projection.
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In the village, we see Genya and Nezuko struggling to fight demons. Genya has a spear in his stomach, but he has not died. Which socked Sekido (the anger) also. He then tells Aizetsu to finish Genya and be done with it. But Genya quickly flees to the back of the Aizetsu to counterattack. But he was defeated by Sekido’s lightning attack with his weapon. On the other hand, Karaku (the pleasure) kicks Nezuko through her stomach, breaking her arm. But Nezuko uses his blood demon art to break free from Karaku (the pleasure), who uses his own weapon against him and sends him flying. Man, that was badass. But Sekido attacked Nezuko with his staff, piercing through her throat and giving her very high lighting strokes.
On other hand Tanjiro is still Fighting with Urogi and trying to find way to quickly get back to village and help Nezuko and Genya. Hear We can see Tanjiro’s Quick Thinking and Insane Battle IQ. he makes a plan and by that he Gets back To the Building Where Nezuko and Genya are fighting Demons. Where he sees Nezuko is Tormented by Sekido lighting. Tanjiro Attacks Sekido by Slicing to His tongue and Removes Staff from Nezuko’s Neck. But Then Karaku return to Battlefield and Attacks Nezuko and Tanjiro By generating a gust of wind strong enough to Create immense pressure that send Both to Down floor and Knocking down Both of them.
Moreover, we can see an army of demon monsters attacking the village. The villagers are trying to fight back, but the demons overwhelm them in numbers. In the end, we see that Matsuri runs towards the swordsmith village to aid Tanjiro and his friends.
My view on Episode 4
Any Demon Slayer fan would tell you that the show is at its best when it displays a battle demons and demon slayers.They do a lot to increase the stakes and weight of every battle and make the show way more interesting than it would be without them.that why demon slayer is currently Top Anime Between Anime Weebs.
The Demon Slayer Swordsmith Village arc is incredibly fast-paced, violent, well-choreographed, and well-animated. It’s entertaining to watch and deserves a lot of credit for raising the stakes despite the fact that there are just three episodes currently released in the New Swordsmith Village arc.
In Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 4, Tanjiro is separated from Nezuko and Genya and facing one of the split versions of Upper Four, which keeps healing itself, making it difficult for Tanjiro to defeat it. Tanjiro is injured and defeated despite his best attempts. Despite the overwhelming obstacles, he immediately uses his brains to overcome the catastrophic predicament. Tanjiro has matured and evolved over the years as a result of his battles, since he has earned significant experience and information. The episode shows the delicate balance between our heroes surviving overwhelming odds without feeling overpowered, as Genya takes a spear to the chest, and Nezuko is kicked right through hers stomach. But their determination to save the Swordsmith Village from demons are so strong that they always manage to push through.
What makes this episode impressive is that it shows the heroes start to overcome the odds only to be flattened again, with battles that are incredibly brutal and make viewers gasp. The fights are animated in a way that makes them feel like the heroes have a chance despite being brutally beaten. However, there is no happy ending here as Upper Four’s variants also learn and adapt to the demon slayers’ approaches, hitting back twice as hard.
Overall, Demon Slayer Season 3 Episode 4 provides thrilling and high-stakes action without making you feel Bored. Rather than hastily wrapping up the story, the episode intensifies the danger and creates suspense by leaving viewers uncertain about how it will end. The episode masterfully keeps the audience engaged and eager to find out what happens next.
In the episode ending, we saw Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji rushes towards the Swordsmith Village after getting news of its attack by demons. We know that she is stationed near the village. With overwhelming confidence, she said “I’m going to give it my all.” From this, we can assume that in the next episode we will see Mitsuri and Hashira in action.