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Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 Summary & Conclusion

In this blog post, we will discuss Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 Summary, Conclusion & Where to Watch it Online.

Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 10 Recap

  • Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 started with Tanjiro having a vision of Nezuko lecturing him not to feel sorry all the time and live to move forward and fight;
  • Waking up, Tanjiro saw the destruction caused by Daki’s attack;
  • Surprisingly, Gyutaro appeared and found him lucky to survive than the rest of the slayers;
  • Gyutaro saw their situation as disgraceful and was stunned by it;
  • He then asked Tanjiro about his sister being a demon and started teasing him for not being a good brother;
  • Tanjiro took Nezuko and ran away, making Daki and Gyutaro think his confidence got crushed;
  • Gyutaro instantly attacked Tanjiro while he runs away and slowly approached him after the attack;
  • As he toyed with Tanjiro, Gyutaro asked him to become a demon, like his sister;
  • Tanjiro gave his answer by head-butting Gyutaro;
  • Gyutaro, thinking such moves won’t do much, realized he’s been stabbed with a kunai;
  • Tanjiro used this opportunity to cut Gyutaro’s neck using Hinokami Kagura with what energy he has left, only to find Gyutaro pulling through the poison as he tries to cut his neck;
  • Daki, concerned about her brother, tried to attack Tanjiro, but got intercepted by Zenitsu;
  • Zenitsu then used Godlike Speed attack and, in a flash, is seen slowly severing Daki’s neck;
  • Gyutaro broke through the poison, and started attacking Tanjiro with his blood sickles;
  • When Gyutaro was about to hit Tanjiro, Tengen countered his attack;
  • Tengen then used his Musical Score technique to precisely counter Gyutaro’s sickle attacks;
  • Gyutaro, annoyed by the sudden reflexes from the Sound Hashira, got into an intense fight with him;
  • Tanjiro, following the fight, got a signal from the Sound Hashira to cut the demon’s head;
  • Even though Tanjiro got hit by Gyutaro’s poison blade, he kept pushing through to sever the neck;
  • Since Tanjiro was low on strength, he summoned all his power which caused his appearance to change into outrage-like mode;
  • Gyutaro tried to keep calm, considering his sister’s head is intact, but found the opposite situation;
  • As Daki tried to attack Zenitsu with her Obi in the Godspeed move, Inosuke intercepted her attacks;
  • With the tables turning, Daki and Gyutaro got their heard cut by the demon slayers at the same time;
  • With the poison making its way through Tanjiro’s body, he tried to use Breathing Technique to manage it;
  • He noticed Tengen saying to run as it’s not over, but is too infected to make sense of it all;
  • The whole scene showed Gyutaro’s body unleashing his rotating blood sickle slashes like an explosion;
  • Everything got destroyed around the area with the slayers caught in the attack;
  • Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 ends.

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Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 Summary

Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11

Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 titled “Never Give Up” is scheduled on February 13th, 2022.

  • Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 started with Nezuko saving the demon slayers from the blood sickles explosion with her Blood Demon Art;
  • Later on, Tanjiro woke up and found Zenitsu back to his whiny self, but Inosuke was on the verge of death due to the poison;
  • To Tanjiro’s surprise, Nezuko healed Inosuke with her blood demon art, and then healed Tengen as well, burning the poison away;
  • Afterward, Tanjiro collected a sample of the Upper Rank’s blood for Ms. Tamayo and then found the heads of two demon siblings;
  • With Daki and Gyutaro arguing, Tanjiro covered Gyutaro’s mouth and told him that it’s better to get along in the end than fight;
  • He said that they only have each other’s support, for the world won’t forgive them for their misdeeds;
  • Gyutaro recalled Daki’s real name was Ume;
  • He then thinks about the life he and his sister had growing up;
  • Gyutaro had a miserable life in the district, but that changed when Ume was born since she was pretty as a picture;
  • Things were going fine until Gyutaro and Ume were attacked due to actions against a samurai;
  • As they were close to death, the Upper Six of that time gave them blood and made them demons;
  • With Gyutaro dying, he met Ume in the afterlife, and wanted nothing to do with her;
  • Ume reminded the promise he made to be together, which made Gyutaro care for her;
  • Afterward, the Serpent Hashira appeared, which is a bit late, according to Tengen and his wives;
  • The hashira spoke with an unimpressive tone about them defeating the Upper Six;
  • Tengen stated that he’s retiring, which made Obanai speak of the dire situation in the Demon Corp;
  • The Sound Hashira, not concerned about the situation, said that a youngster is reaching the potential of a Hashira;
  • Obanai was in disbelief when Tengen referred to Tanjiro;
  • Meanwhile, Ubuyashiki stated that this is a big change after hearing the news;
  • He further said that the demon slayers will defeat the demon king in his generation;
  • The scene then shows Akaza in the Infinity Castle realizing the reason he’s summoned is due to an Upper Rank being killed by the Demon Corp;
  • Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 ends.

Where to Watch Demon Slayer S2 Part 2 Episode 11 (Kimetsu no Yaiba S2 Part 2 Episode 11)?

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About Demon Slayer (Kimetsu No Yaiba)

Kimetsu no Yaiba (Demon Slayer) is a Japanese Shounen manga series written and illustrated by Koyoharu Gotoge. Its serialization in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump started in February 2016 with 19 collected volumes released.

In a world crowded with demons and demon slayers, Kimetsu no Yaiba follows two siblings, Tanjiro and Nezuko, after the murder of their family at the hands of a demon. Their misfortune does not end there, as Nezuko’s life is spared only for her to live as a demon.

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