As Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba gains popularity and acclaim, here are ten interesting facts about the show you shouldn't miss.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

As one of the year's most popular anime series, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba has become a worldwide phenomenon. They did an excellent job adapting the manga's style and flair into an animated format using Ufotable. All the finer nuances that people might have overlooked in black and white can now be seen. Characters are more complex than they look, narrative developments are foreshadowed months in advance, and demons are more than simply wicked creatures in this program. As a result, let's take a trip down memory lane and discuss some of the more amusing aspects of Season 1.

1. Everyone's Big Brother is Tanjiro

People who read or watch Kimetsu No Yaiba can't help but fall head over heels in love with Tanjiro Kamado. On the surface, he appears to be a stereotypical action-anime hero. Our understanding of him deepens as we spend time with him. Because he cares so deeply about the well-being of those around him, Tanjiro goes out of his way to ensure that they are all content and secure. Inosuke despises him because he's always in a state of "Caring Big Brother." Among the most dramatic examples of this are his insistence on paying for ramen and baskets from the locals and his care for the children in Kyogai's house. He's just a sweetheart.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

2. Are You Sure There Isn't Something Wrong With You?

Although this is a matter of opinion, it appears that some individuals have failed to notice it. Inosuke is extremely sensitive to touch, Zentisu can hear even the emotions of individuals adjacent to him, and Tanjiro can smell so well he understands the best course of action to pursue.

Each of these individuals has a unique schtick. "Hear no evil, say no evil, see no evil" is most likely a reference to the old proverb. With the use of one of their six senses, they are able to identify the demons, which is obviously not through their own senses.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

3. Nezuko Is In Fact Extremely Fit

Tanjiro forbids Nezuko from eating humans. For him, he does not desire that she become an entirely demonic entity; she is clearly not interested in harming anyone. Nezuko's shortage of "nutrients" has necessitated her continual sleep. As a result, she is unable to regenerate as quickly as a typical demon would.

Even yet, Nezuko continues to be highly powerful. Much more powerful than your regular demon. Despite her lack of physical power, she consistently wins in strength competitions. Her own unique style of demon blood art, or something deeper that we're just not aware of yet.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

4. Muzan's Earrings Have a History with Tanjiro's

Because Muzan, the first demon, recognized Tanjiro's earrings, Tanjiro and his sister were forced to confront a Termari throwing demon. "Hanafune" earrings worn by Tanjiro seemed to bring back memories of someone who had almost slain Muzan. Many people may have missed the fact that Muzan's dark figure has a striking resemblance to Tanjiro and his crew in the anime. This type of foreshadowing is frequent in Shonen anime like Naruto, therefore we won't go into detail about it here.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

5. An Alternative Steroid Is Muzan's Blood

Demons have claimed numerous times throughout the anime that the more human they swallow, the more powerful they grow." But what about the blood of Muzan? A much of it can transform people into monsters and we've seen what it does to those who get too much of it Why not just give an already powerful demon more of his own blood to consume?

Is it possible for them to eat more? It has only been hinted at in the program, but there is another means of strengthening demons. As a technique to develop, we believe it also increases the demon's capacity for ingesting humans.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

6. Extra points are awarded to a child with a rare blood type

In the end, it appears that demons have another method of evading detection. One that has the power of 50 people. According to a former member of the Lower Moons, Kyogai, this all depends on the person's blood type.

The O- blood type is most likely the "rare blood" in question, as it is both the most common and the most difficult to come by as a donor. However, this is only implied and not stated officially in the episode. This "unique blood" concept isn't actually addressed any further and is largely forgotten about in the novel.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

7. Zenitsu is unable to hear his own bird, which is ironic.

New demon-hunters were handed the ancient Japan equivalent of pager in birds after passing the Final Selection. Zenitsu was the lone recipient of a sparrow; the rest of the class had crows. Tanjiro is the only character in the anime with a talking crow that other characters can understand.

Tanjiro is the only one who can understand Zenitsu's sparrow, and the scientific process used to create these talking birds is never revealed. Who knows, the birds of Tanjiro and Zenitsu may have been better off together. Since Tanjiro's crow is dejected and Zenitsu's sparrow is upbeat, this would make more sense.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

8. Inosuke grew up near the mountains where the Final Selection was held

Inosuke, the pig-headed madman, appears to have been born in the same mountain region where the Final Selection took place, even though it is never formally mentioned. Because demons were likely to be prowling the area, a child raised in the wilderness would have developed his own form of Breath warfare.

Also noted is that Inosuke finished the Final Selection challenge first and left before everyone else. And it stands to reason that he would be able to descend the mountain faster than anyone else if the test was conducted in terrain he was familiar with.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

9. Inanimate objects can be created by demons

When it comes to the Blood Demon Arts, demons are capable of utilizing special magic that's known as "Blood Magic." Blood spilled by demons can produce a broad variety of supernatural events, hence these are spells in the traditional sense. However, how demons produce tangible inanimate items out of the blood is mysteriously disregarded. While Tamayo manufactures Temari balls, Kyogai makes drums. The absurdity of it all continues to grow. Magical perforations are one thing, but this "creation" magic performed by demons is never challenged.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

10. It's the Breath That Slashes

What's going on with the Demon Slayers, then, in that vein? The manga's "particle effects" on Breath-style slashes have been faithfully translated by Ufotable. There are instances when a situation does not make sense. While performing Breath of Water slashes, Tanjiro doesn't actually create the water that encircles his blade; rather, it is a visual representation of his motions. There's Zenitsu's lightning, too. Alternatively, how does Tanjiro break his falls by using water? Most of the time, they're not there. Styles like poison, fire, and mist just add to the confusion later on. There is no one else on the mountain who can match his speed.

10 Things Everyone Completely Missed In Demon Slayer

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