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‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ chapter 195: Pillars changes tactic against Muzan thanks to Yoriichi
With most of the Pillars having recovered for a bit, they will resume their coordinated attacks on Muzan in “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” chapter 195. But they will be trying out a new tactic this time thanks to Tanjiro’s observation which revealed Muzan’s weak points.
‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ chapter 194 recap
It’s a relief to see that everyone appears to have receive some form of treatment in “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” chapter 194. Agatsuma, the Boar, Tsuyuri, and even Tamayo’s cat are getting treatment ensuring their survival.
Unfortunately, Himejima’s injury is a bit more serious than the rest. He is currently unconscious but even if he wakes up, he still can’t join the fight against Muzan since his leg is badly injured.
While everyone is busy healing themselves, Tanjiro was fighting alone against Muzan. However, he soon found out that he can no longer enter the see-through world and he can’t even see normally due to lack of oxygen.
Fortunately, Obanai arrived just in time to save Tanjiro. As his vision returned, he was shocked to see that Obanai’s eyes were injured that he is practically blind.
But Obanai told him not to fuzz about it because he has his white snake, Kaburamaru. Even Muzan was surprised that Obanai could still dodge despite being blinded. Apparently, the white snake was able to read the demon’s attacks and has been telling Obanai about the battlefield situation.
Meanwhile, Tamayo’s drug is taking its toll on Muzan. Despite the weakened state of his opponents, the demon was becoming frustrated at being unable to kills someone as weak as Tanjiro and Obanai.
Tanjiro is starting to notice that Muzan’s smell is starting to change as well. However, the demon is still too strong and fast that the slayer is finding it hard just to keep up.
But as they continued to fight, Tanjiro started to notice something else. He noted scars all over Muzan’s body. Having experienced the memory of his ancestor, he immediately knew that they are the scars left behind by Yoriichi’s attacks hundreds of years ago.
It was as if Yoriichi was guiding Tanjiro where to attack. “They haven’t healed for hundreds of years and been burned into Muzan’s cells,” Tanjiro analyzed. “Those wounds are showing us Muzan’s weak points.
‘Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba’ chapter 195
Tanjiro and Obanai are likely to get more reinforcements in “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” chapter 195. As the other Pillars recover to a certain degree, they’ll join the battlefield to relieve some of the pressure off Tanjiro and the Snake Pillar.
Tanjiro will likely reveal his observations to the other Pillars. Muzan’s scars must be visible to the others as well as Tanjiro was just using his normal vision when he spotted them.
But will their coordinated attacks be enough to defeat the most powerful demon? “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” chapter 195 will be released on February 24, 2020.