Demon Slayer Season 3 Trailer Revealed Tanjiro In Combat Mode
The Swordsmith Village arc is where the Demon Slayers will face off with Upper Rank Six demons. During the Entertainment District Arc, Tanjiro, Nezuko and their friends defeated Upper Rank Six demons Gyutaro and Daki.
The new Demon Slayer Season 3 trailer shows Tanjiro like never before. This time he and his friends are going to the Swordsmith Village to fix his sword.
While they're there, they'll encounter enemies and even some members of the Demon Corps that will help them on their journey. These include Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji and Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito.
As the release date for the third season of Demon Slayer approaches, a new trailer has been revealed. The video shows Tanjiro like never before, reliving past adventures.
The trailer is a mix of old footage from the Mugen Train Arc, as well as the Entertainment District Arc from last season. It also includes a glimpse of the upcoming Swordsmith Village Arc.
The Swordsmith Village arc, the ninth arc of Demon Slayer's original manga, focuses on Tanjiro and Nezuko's journey to the hidden Swordsmith Village. Here, they meet two Hashira - the Mist Hashira and Love Hashira - as well as members of the Twelve Upper Moons/Twelve Kizuki.
Upper Rank Six
The Demon Slayer Season 3 trailer shows Tanjiro like never before. Upper Rank Six demons Gyokko and Hantengu are seen in the background, ready to fight Tanjiro.
The video also introduces new key visuals of Mist Hashira, Mitsuri Kanroji and Love Hashira, Muichiro Tokito, along with their voice actors. The promo video is about 56 seconds long and follows the animated manga-panel style of all Shueisha promotional videos.
Demon Slayer has become a fan favorite series, and it's only expected that the next season will deliver more action and drama. The trailer for the upcoming season shows Tanjiro traveling to the Swordsmith Village to repair his sword after it's broken in an epic battle with Muzan Kibutsuji and his inner circle.
The trailer also teases the appearance of two Hashiras, namely Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito and Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji. These two demons haven't received much air time so far, but this trailer suggests that they'll play a major role in the show.
The Mist Hashira, Muichiro Tokito, has childish tendencies and a sulky attitude but he's an impressive Hashira who passed his Final Selection trial after only two months of training. Meanwhile, Mitsuri Kanroji is a jovial Hashira who's praised for her powerful flexibility and a quick learning curve.
The first season of Demon Slayer introduced us to Tanjiro Kamado and his family, who are living in a remote forest. However, when Tanjiro’s sister Nezuko is turned into a bloodthirsty demon, he must train to become a demon slayer.
The second season of the series, dubbed the Entertainment District Arc, saw Tanjiro and his friends travel to Yoshiwara’s red-light district, where they encounter two upper moon demons: Akaza and Gyutaro.
This next arc will see Tanjiro and his friends journey to the Swordsmith Village, where Hotaru Haganezuka, a swordsmith from the Demon Slayer Corps, will forge a new blade for him. In addition, he will also meet the Mist Hashira Muichiro Tokito and Love Hashira Mitsuri Kanroji.
Anime fans are in for a treat this week as studio Ufotable and Aniplex drop the first trailer for Demon Slayer Season 3. The trailer focuses on the arc “Swordsmith Village,” showing Tanjiro traveling to a village of swordsmiths.
During this journey, he encounters several upper-rank demons as he takes his sword to the smith who forged it, Hotaru Haganezuka. The demons are led by Muzan Kibutsuji, the main antagonist of the series, and are responsible for capturing Daki and Gyutaro.
As he is in charge of protecting the people around him, Tanjiro shows traits of virtue, generosity, and honesty. He is also a good listener, often hunched over in a quiet moment to try and understand his opponent's point of view.
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