Tengen Uzui’s entrance in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba with the Entertainment District Arc sets the tone for the rest of Season 2.
Kodoani.com – Tengen Uzui was pretty brilliant in the first episode of the Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’s Amusement Park. Sound Hashira, Tengen has had a rather small role in the series up to this point but that is sure to change as this new story progresses. With Hashira gone, Tengen is clearly more on the doorstep and it will be interesting to see this fresh development between Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke and a Hashira they clearly didn’t like.
Returning from a successful mission, Tanjiro has a rather amusing scene where he witnesses Tengen carrying Aoi and Naho over his shoulder while Kanao is pulling behind him, while Kiyo and Sumi are sandwiched in various parts. different on Hashira’s body. Though he first assumes – correctly – that a struggle is going on, Tanjiro pauses to assume that these girls are affectionately entwined with Tengen. Kidnapping isn’t usually done for fun, but the cartoon screams and absurd facial expressions of those involved turned the whole thing into a slap of humour.
Tengen quickly displayed his Hashira powers as he seemed to disappear into thin air to avoid Tanjiro’s head-on attack, which thwarted Kyojuro Rengoku’s father earlier in the episode. Audio Hashira reveals that he is a former shinobi (aka ninja) and angrily asks everyone to obey him, as he needs Naho and Aoi for a mission. However, once he points out that Naho is not a demon slayer, he casually throws her away. Tanjiro is horrified and refuses to acknowledge Tengen as Hashira because of his cruelty, a far cry from the hero worship he worships on Rengoku.
At times, Tengen often screams in anger, not completely different from Zenitsu and even Tanjiro, Tengen is a gruff guy. It’s unclear how much he really needs a girl for this quest, as he trades Naho and Aoi for Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu, who are definitely not female, doesn’t complain. While the goal of the quest couldn’t be further from what the heroes are familiar with, every indication is that Tengen will be right at home, meaning that his lightning henanigans are only a few days old. begin.
It will certainly be interesting to see how soundproofing breathes in the Demon Slayer manga with the anime. While Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu have been training continuously for the four months since the events of the Mugen Train, it is still unclear how their powers will stand against Tengen, and whether this installment is yet another example. about a saving Hashira that day or not. But more interesting than Tengen’s skill with his giant swords will be how his relationship with the heroes develops, as he is on their intellectual level more than any Hashira. any other so far.
Tengen Uzui may have grounds for making up with some Demon Slayer fans following his actions in his intro. Slapping Aoi in the back of her car just to show that he could, even though he agreed to let her go, easily rub people the wrong way. Along with the fact that he treats all the girls in that scene from the start, Tengen is the least sympathetic Hashira character the series has introduced so far. After the absolute chaos at his entrance, Tengen may have a bit of a bounty to look for, but one thing’s for sure, the Amusement Park’s story will be one hell of a ride.