Demon Slayer Season 2 Finale Summary and Ending Explained

In the Season 2 finale of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’, when Inosuke and Tengen Uzui take their last breath, Nezuko comes to their rescue and uses the Blood Demon Art to extract the poison from their bodies. After making sure his companions are safe, Tanjirou, along with Nezuko, sets out to find Gyuutarou and Daki to check whether the demons are dead or not. Here’s everything you need to know about the ending of ‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ Season 2 Episode 18. SPOILERS AHEAD!

Demon Slayer Season 2 Final Recap

After successfully defending themselves against Gyuutarou and Daki’s violent onslaught, the Demon Slayers even manage to simultaneously slash the brother-sister duo’s necks with their Nichirin swords. Just before he is beheaded, however, Gyuutarou uses one last desperate attack. Though he is beheaded in the following moments, the blood swallows he unleashes are about to seriously injure Tanjirou, Zenitsu, Tengen, and Inosuke, when Nezuko intervenes.

Fortunately, just before they are about to be dismembered by the blood knives, she saves his brother and his companions, using her Blood Demon Art as a defense. When Tanjirou realizes he is safe, he is suddenly alarmed by Zenitsu’s cry for help. When the main character meets his friend, he learns that Inosuke’s heartbeat is getting weaker every moment. Inosuke’s condition appears to be critical and Tanjirou has no idea how to help as the poison quickly spreads through his friend’s body. But to his surprise, Nezuko uses Blood Demon Art to burn off all the poison and save Inosuke’s life.

The brother-sister duo then proceeds to similarly help the Sound Hashira, giving Tengen’s three wives some much-needed relief. When it appears that none of his companions are in any life-threatening danger, Tanjirou, along with Nezuko, sets out to find Gyuutarou and Daki to ensure that the joint holders of the Upper-Rank Six are finally dead. He finds the decapitated heads of the brother-sister duo, which slowly disappear into thin air. In their final moments, the two begin to blame each other for failing to defeat the Demon Slayers.

When the altercation heats up and Gyuutarou is about to say he wished Daki had never been born, Tanjirou intervenes. He asks the demons not to curse each other because they have no one else in the world, and they don’t even believe what they say themselves. When Daki’s mind fades, Gyuutarou reminisces about old and painful memories of his last moments to get rid of his only regret before dying himself.

Meanwhile, Hashira’s snake, Obanai Iguro, arrives at Ground Zero and meets Tengen Uzui. The former criticizes the latter for being so badly injured, stating that he should have handled the upper rank six demons with ease. Instead of arguing, the Sound tells Hashira about his decision to retire and ignores Obanai’s protests. At the same time, Akaza is summoned to Infinity Castle by Muzan Kibutsuji.

Demon Slayer Season Finale Ends: How Did Gyuutarou and Daki Become Demons?

Shortly after Daki’s death, Gyuutarou begins to remember the painful past of the brother-sister duo. A long time ago, Gyuutarou was just an ordinary boy living in Rashomon River Bank, the poverty-stricken region of the entertainment district. The standard of living there was so terrible that children were considered a curse by the parents as they could barely earn money to feed them.

Gyuutarou’s mother tried to kill him several times, but the innocent boy somehow survived the brutal beating each time. To make matters worse, the people there treated Gyuutarou horribly because he was ugly. He often resorted to hunting rats or insects with his sickle to feed himself. However, his life changed when Ume (Daki) was born. Her pretty face somehow put an end to Gyuutarou’s inferiority complex, and he finally learned to embrace himself and the evil world around him. He soon started fighting and became a collector.

Gyuutarou’s life made sense despite all the cruelty around him, and Ume gave him a reason to live. But he was no longer a helpless victim, and the brother-sister duo has since learned to fight for their survival. As they flourished, their enemies increased, so when Ume blinded a samurai with her hairpin, it turned out to be a terrible mistake. She was captured and later burned alive by her attackers.

When Gyuutarou found her charred body and began to cry for his sister, he was also attacked by a samurai at the behest of a woman. However, he fought back and killed the woman and the samurai moments later. When he began to cry for Ume again, a higher-ranking demon showed up and decided to give them a chance to join the Twelve Kizuki.

The brother-sister duo went on to become powerful demons that killed many Hashira over the span of decades. But joining Muzan Kibutsuji’s forces was a decision shaped by years of brutality and oppression that Gyuutarou and Daki suffered in silence while living on the bank of Rashomon River. So, as crucial as it was ultimately for them to accept the offer to join the Demon Lords, the hatred for the world played an equally important role in turning them into real demons.

Why is Akaza being summoned to Infinity Castle by Muzan Kibutsuji?

At the last minute of the Season 2 finale, Akaza suddenly finds herself in the Infinity Castle. He immediately realizes the gravity of the situation as Muzan Kibutsuji never summons his followers until there is bad news. In the Season 1 finale, when he summoned the Lower Six demons, they were severely punished by him. Most of them were brutally disposed of by Muzan for being too weak.

The Demon Lord was enraged by Rui’s death on Mount Natagumo, and just after the decapitation of Gyuutarou and Daki, we see something similar happening in the Season 2 finale. haven’t been called to Infinity Castle in years. While the anime doesn’t show what happens next, the higher rank demons will most likely be warned by the Demon Lord.

Unlike the lower rank demons that are disposable, these stronger soldiers of the Twelve Kizuki have been around for hundreds of years and hunted several Hashiras during their lifetime. So killing one of them for Muzan will be like shooting himself in the foot. However, it won’t surprise you if he punishes the demons before offering his blood to some of them.

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