Nezuko Kamado is the deuteragonist, Tanjiro Kamado’s younger sister, and one of the Kamado family’s two surviving members, and she is portrayed as a demon in the anime. Muzan Kibutsuji assaulted her and transformed her into a monster. We’ve seen her defend her elder brother in fights. Her love for her brother remained even after she had turned into a monster. Let’s see whether Nezuko Kamado perishes in Demon Slayer. Nezuko is a small young girl with a fair complexion, huge, obvious fangs, and sharp, stiletto nails with a light pink foundation that ombre to a red-pinkish color at the point. Her wavy, black hair is long and thick.
Although this is mostly due to the impact Sakonji Urokodaki had on her when she was sleeping for two years, she is still highly kind and protective of humans. She considers herself to be a member of her family. Despite being considerably calmer and less nasty than most demons, Nezuko retains some of her human feelings, as she has been shown crying when sad and smiling when happy. However, she appears more detached than her human companions in general, despite being considerably calmer and less nasty than most demons. Nezuko often sees her brothers’ faces in other people, such as Rokuta Kamado in Yushiro. Let’s delve further into her past to learn more about her life and powers as a human and a demon.
Will Nezuko Kamado Die?
This question’s answer is still a mystery, however, it is speculated that she survives until the end of the climactic fight, after which she is reverted to human form. Nezuko has died and appears to have been reborn in the Reiwa era in the epilogue, which is set 100 years after the last conflict.
With Chapter 205 of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, the story came to a close, with a major time jump that propelled the series’ universe three generations forward to present-day Tokyo. This came as a shock for several reasons, including the fact that several characters returned to the series in unexpected ways. One of the biggest revelations, however, was that someone was stalking Nezuko Kamado throughout the whole series, confirming that she does, in fact, have children.
Although it is implied in the series’ final chapter that all of the characters from the original series have died and been reincarnated in modern-day Tokyo, two key characters confirm that Nezuko Kamado and Zenitsu Agatsuma did have a family together, as their great-grandchildren, Yoshiteru and Toko Agatsuma, look identical to the couple. While it’s possible that the two of them simply reincarnated as separate members of the Agatsuma family, it’s more likely that Zenitsu married Nezuko and began a family.
The two of them make a point of Zenitsu being their great grandfather (tying the end of the series to the beginning), which leads to some awkward moments between them at the end. Zenitsu’s reincarnated self is still overprotective and envious of those who get close to Nezuko, despite the fact that Zenitsu and Nezuko married and their souls were reincarnated into future generations. However, because this conclusion is such a great leap forward, Tanjiro and the others’ journeys aren’t truly over.
Nezuko is a strong demon that is not a member of the Twelve Kizuki. Her most notable characteristic is her rapid growth rate, which she attributes to a large amount of blood she got from Muzan Kibutsuji when he changed Nezuko into a demon, as well as the fact that she does not need to devour humans to keep alive. This was seen in a number of encounters during the series, as she was able to vanquish her opponents despite being outmanned at first. In dangerous situations, she has demonstrated that she can vanquish her foes by improving her physical talents, augmenting her regeneration, or developing her own Blood Demon Art.
Despite her youth, Nezuko has demonstrated exceptional fighting prowess and ability in battle, defeating the Temple Demon and the Swamp Demons. Nezuko’s rapid development appears to mimic Tanjiro’s since she was able to defeat members of the Twelve Kizuki and match Upper-Rank demons in a matter of months. Her power to conquer the sun, however, distinguishes her from all other demons, earning her the title of “chosen demon” from the Demon King.
Nezuko, as the “selected demon,” possesses several distinct demonic characteristics that distinguish her from the rest of the demons. Most importantly, unlike any other demon, Nezuko can maintain her strength without feeding people. Instead, she regains her strength only via sleep. However, she would have to sleep for a long period to do so.