Top 10 Strongest Demons in Demon Slayer Until Season 2

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Demon Slayer is one of the best anime we’ve gotten so far. What makes it insanely good is the Demons in Demon Slayer. We all like to talk about the heroes, the Hashiras, the trio Tanjiro, Inosuke and Zenitsu, and of course our adorable Nezuko-chan. But we rarely talk about how strong the demons in Demon Slayer are. We rarely talk about the kind of life they had to go through when they were humans that made them want to become demons. No one is born a demon, it’s all about the choices.

But the reasons they choose to become a demon is what makes them one of the strongest demons in Demon Slayer. Yes, at first we all despised most of these demons, but once we knew what they’ve been through, we don’t seem to hate them anymore.

So this time we’re going to talk about the demons in Demon Slayer based on their strengths. But only the demons that made their appearance until Season 02. After all, we don’t want to ruin anything for you. So, the manga readers who know about demons stronger than the demons mentioned in this list are not saying a word to our fellow anime viewers. Let’s just rank the top 10 strongest demons in Demon Slayer until Season 02.

1. Muzan Kibutsuji

We don’t even need to discuss who will take the top spot on this list. The creator and father of all demons, Kibutsuji Muzan, is clearly the strongest of all demons in Demon Slayer. Until Season 2, we haven’t even seen Muzan’s true powers, but we’ve seen enough to know that he is the strongest demon. This Demon King is thousands of years old. And by the rules of the Anime universe, the older the character, the more deadly he is.

Muzan is not only feared among the people, but also among the demons. Demon King Muzan doesn’t even have to face a demon to kill him. He placed curses on all his demons so that if any of them even dared to speak of him, they would not live to see another day. Oh wait, demons can’t even stand in daylight.

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Muzan Kibutsujic

2. Akaza (Upper Moon Three)

For anyone who says pink-haired characters in anime are always useless, this pink-haired demon is going to prove otherwise. Also, those who think Akaza and Kyojuro Rengoku were equal, but Kyojuro lost because he was human, think again. Akaza only recognized the power of the flame hashira. He despises the weak, but respects the strong. Just because he recognized Kyojuro’s strength doesn’t mean they were equals. Akaza only wanted Kyojuro to join him as a demon, and that was the only reason he kept Kyojuro alive for so long.

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Akaza (Upper Moon Three)

The whole story of Akaza has not yet been revealed. But it’s not hard to believe that something worse must have happened when he was human, which made him the demon he is today. The law of anime says, the worse the past, the stronger the bad guy gets.

3. Gyutaro and Daki (Upper Moon Six)

After watching the Entertainment District Arc, it’s only fair if we keep these two demons together. None of us have the power and want to separate them, not even on this list. We know the big brother, Gyutaro has always protected the little sister, Daki, but they are nothing without each other. By ‘Nothing’ we do not mean their strength. Their existence only makes sense when they are together. Even their deaths made sense because they were together.

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Gyutaro and Daki (Upper Moon Six)

The kind of human lives they spent was reason enough for them to be so strong. It took a Hashira, the trio of Tanjiro, Inosuke, and Zenitsu, along with Nezuko to defeat these two siblings. Neither of them would have stood a chance had they stood up to these two alone.

4. Nezuko Kamado

Nezuko had to be on this list. The only demon that doesn’t feed on humans not only survived fighting the moon demons, but also made them taste the dust. She has the power of cuteness that alone makes her one of the strongest demons in Demon Slayer. Her cuteness allows her to single-handedly take down a moon demon, which we saw in the battle between her and Daki. It was like Nezuko was playing with Daki. I’m not going to lie that Nezuko was a little scary. Not only her brute strength, but also her blood art. If she can severely damage a demon, she can also heal a dying human with her pink flames.

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Nezuko Kamado

Of course, a sad past makes one a strong character. But for Nezuko, the will to protect her brother is what makes her one of the strongest. After all, her brother, Tanjiro, is the last and only relative she has. And Tanjiro is the only one who keeps her healthy even after she has become a demon.

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5. Enmu (lower moon one)

Enmu was definitely one of the strongest demons in demon slayer. It’s just that Akaza finally came and stole his thunder. Enmu did a great job and he could have beat them all on his own. It’s just the law of anime that the power of friendship and teamwork is stronger than even the strongest villain ever. Enmu had them all under his hypnosis and it was all over for them anyway. But the wind was and always will be with the right ones, so he couldn’t finish them there. Furthermore, his reflexes were good enough to dodge any attack from Tanjiro on the train. And when he completely turned himself into the train, Tanjiro would have killed himself if Inosuke hadn’t intervened.

So yes, the power of friendship has won over this Lower Moon One Demon.

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Enmu (lower moon one)

6. Moult (lower moon five)

We know that Muzan can create demons with his blood. But besides him, Rui was the only one who created his own spider family by turning humans and demons into his own spider demons. A demon with a lower moon might not be stronger against a Hashira, as we saw Giyu finish Rui with just one hit. But if Giyu hadn’t been there in time, it would have been the end for Tanjiro. Just when we started to think Tanjiro was cutting his head off, it was Rui who chopped off his own head to avoid getting killed. Who does such a crazy thing? And that crazy move is one of the reasons Rui is on this list.

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Moult (lower moon five)

7. Susanaru

You can’t join Muzan’s twelve kizuki if you don’t believe you’re strong enough. And Susamaru was certainly a strong demon. When she was human, she loved to play handball, and now that she is a demon, she loves to kill with her handball. Whoever you become, passion never changes. Her brute strength was enough to destroy the targeted limbs of the body. We saw what happened to Tamayo, Yushiro and Nezuko when they were hit by Susamaru’s Temari balls.

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susamaru

Sometimes you save your life by keeping quiet. If only Susamaru had chosen to remain silent rather than try to defend Muzan’s honor, she might have defeated Nezuko while Tanjiro was busy surviving against Yahaba. We’re going to talk about Yahaba next with whom her powers only got stronger.

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8. Yahaba

What Yahaba’s Koketsu Arrow did in the Asakusa Arc needs no explanation. At first, along with Susamaru’s abilities, it was deadly enough that Tanjiro didn’t even understand what was going on. And later, even when Tanjiro managed to chop off Yahaba’s head, Yahaba gave Tanjiro a parting gift by casting his Koketsu arrows on Tanjiro in all directions. Any normal human being would have died in the air. It was a miracle that Tanjiro survived. Or maybe it was the plot that kept Tanjiro alive, which is why it just wasn’t the end for him.

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Yahaba

9. Kyogai (Drum Demon)

Kyogai, the drum demon was the former Lower Moon Six Demon. Many of you would question his position on this list. Why is he under Susamaru and Yahaba? They weren’t even moon demons, but Kyogai was. Though Kyogai was a strong demon as he was the former lower moon six and also feeds only on Mareechi which makes him stronger than others. It’s his powers to bring him down on this list like that. His blood art was limited only in that house. Fighting the demon slayers outside of that house would have shown why Susamaru and Yahaba had the upper hand compared to Kyogai. But that doesn’t mean he’s a weak demon. All he wanted was recognition for the hard work he did when he was a human.

If Tanjiro hadn’t respected the pages that lay on the floor, he would never have had a chance to make the strong demon weak.

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Kyogai (drum demon)

10. Father Spider Demon

This demon is without hesitation one of the strongest demons in Demon Slayer. Even though he was just a creation of Rui, he made it difficult for both Tanjiro and Inosuke. He made them both run for their lives. The Nichirin swords were to kill the demons. But the fact that the Nichirin blade of a skilled demon slayer like Tanjiro couldn’t even cut through Father Spider Demon’s hard body is what brought him here on this list.

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Father Spider Demon

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