No Matter How Many Lives, Part 1
No Matter How Many Lives, Part 1
Nando Umarekawatte mo (Zenpen)
Reading: Chapter 96
February 5th, 2018
Entertainment District Arc
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No Matter How Many Lives, Part 1 ( 何 ( なん ) 度 ( ど ) 生 ( う ) まれ変 ( か ) わっても ( 前 ( ぜん ) 編 ( ぺん ) ), Nando Umarekawatte mo (Zenpen) ? ) is the ninety-sixth chapter of Koyoharu Gotoge ‘s Kimetsu no Yaiba.
Daki and Gyutaro continue arguing as their heads begin to disintegrate, she starts chastising her brother for being useless and questions if they ‘re flush related. Gyutaro grows angry at her comments and calls her a weakling, tied regretting protecting her in the beginning topographic point. He loses his chasten and goes on to spew hateful remarks such as mentioning that his life would ‘ve been better without her and wish that she had never been born, causing Daki ‘s eyes to well up with tears. Tanjiro intervenes and covers Gyutaro ‘s mouth, stating that he does n’t mean what he ‘s saying and that they should n’t spend their final moments fighting with each other. Daki begins to wail at Tanjiro out of frustration, yelling at him to leave them alone and stop lecturing them. Daki ‘s steer reaches its last phases of annihilation and she cries out for her brother to save her, saying that she does n’t want to die. Gyutaro dispiritedly watches as her head dissolves away while hush calling out him, before he impetuously calls out to her by her birth appoint, Ume.
As he reaches his final moments, Gyutaro recalls his past as a homo hold in the Kirimise to a prostitute mother. Before she died from syphilis, his mother tried to kill him many times, even after his younger sister was born. due to his appearance, his voice and lack of hygiene, the young Gyutaro was bullied and detested by everyone he met. Things began to change after his sister was born, as her beauty dismissed his inferiority complex, and he used his nefariousness, plus his newfound crusade skills, to become an efficient debt collector .
however, the well fortune would not last for the siblings. When Ume turned 13, she blinded a samurai with a comb, and was subsequently burned active for her crime. Having been away on his job at the fourth dimension, Gyutaro returned to find her scantily active, and hugged her as she clinged to life. He cursed the gods to return his sister and for treating them cruelly, before he is attacked by the same samurai. The samurai slashes Gyutaro from behind, allowing him to bleed out at he chats with one of the whorehouse managers. The coach brazingly calls Gyutaro a nuisance and a beast for harassing the locals of the zone, before expressing her feel for at having lost Ume as a concubine. Before the samurai could finish him off, Gyutaro viciously kills the coach, and berates the samurai for having a lavish life style before gruesomely killing him arsenic good, by snapping his katana and slicing his head in half with his sickle. As Gyutaro tried to find avail for him and his baby, no one would help them due to their reputation and circumstances. He trudges on through the street until he ultimately collapses and bleeds out on the floor, as snow begins to fall. The siblings lay on the floor die, until they are discovered by one of the Upper Ranks, who offers to turn them into Demons. Gyutaro adamantly proclaims that he would become a Demon again, no matter how many times he is born-again, wanting to constantly bring reverence as “ Gyutaro the Debt Collector ” .
Characters in Order of Appearance
- Daki disintegrates.
- Daki and Gyutaro’s backstory is told.
- Doma makes his debut.