Nezuko is a different sort of demon, the sort that deserves the maximum respect. In Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 14, we will probably see more of her.
For all of those who underestimated Nezuko, this is the episode that answers it all. Nezuko is a demon through and through and she is incredibly skilled. It’s only that she can fight for Tanjiro and not for herself.
Tanjiro realized in this chapter that the person in front of him can’t be reasoned with. Daki is utterly evil and any sort of words that incite change will only fall on deaf ears. Daki deeply looks down on humans and loathes their struggles. And hence, Tanjiro can’t stand her.
The immense damage that she caused by going on a rampage proves her complete lack of regard for anything human. She just finds humans who are beautiful and devours them.
The rest are filth in her eyes. And Tanjiro refuses to acknowledge such disrespect. Hence, he gives it his best shot.
We get to know more about the mark on Tanjiro’s head. Sun breathing users are born with this mark and they are chosen, warriors.
However, unlike his father, Tanjiro was not born with it. And despite not being a chosen one, he believes that still has to try and defeat Daki. With renewed enthusiasm, he fights the Demon.
Tanjiro does manage to deal a lot of damage. But after absorbing her sashes, Daki grew stronger. In the end, Tanjiro got really close but his body failed to keep up with the extreme exhaustion that comes with Sun Breathing. And with Tengen yet to arrive at the scene, he fell down, helpless, gasping for breath.
Muzan’s memories come into play. We see his fear for an unknown person, a possible user of Sun Breathing. We also see how he wants to kill Nezuko since she’s the one who fled.
However, Daki realizes that Nezuko is strong. In Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 Episode 14, we will see Nezuko protecting her brother.
Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 14 Release Date:
The series comes out on Sundays at 11:15 JST. Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 Episode 14 is supposed to arrive on January 16, 2022. This is the Japanese release and following this one, we get the subbed and dubbed international release.
Now, the timing can vary depending on where you reside. So we are giving a list of times in important time zones. Kindly match them with the one you follow to have a good estimate of when it comes out in your area –
- 4:45 PM – British Time
- 11:45 PM EDT – Eastern areas
- 8:45 PM PDT – Americas
- 2:15 AM ACDT – Australia
- 9 PM IST – India
- 12:30 AM KST – Korea
Attack on Titan Season 4 Part 2 Episode 2 release date has also been announced and will air a few hours after the Kimetsu no Yaiba Episode 40.
Kimetsu no Yaiba Season 2 Episode 14 Spoilers:
The lack of a proper preview for the next episode, calls for some spoilers. Here, we are just going to tease the upcoming episode, just to hype you up.
However, if you are uncomfortable with that, please skip ahead to the next section.
Demon Slayer S2 Ep14 Spoilers:
- Nezuko has transformed and she is angry.
- In order to protect her brother, she flies into a frenzy to attack Daki.
- Tanjiro is still unconscious but Takeo urges him to wake up.
- With deep concern for his sister, Tanjiro manages to open his eyes.
- Nezuko attacks Daki in a bizzare way.
- The upper moon fails to break out of her grip and is burnt by the blood dripping off Nezuko!
- With great fury, Nezuko stomps Daki repeatedly.
- But will this power come without consequences?
Where to watch Demon Slayer Episode 40?
There are several ways to watch the upcoming Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 14. The prime one is of course when it airs on Japanese tv, on the channels like KSTV, BS11, Tokyo MX, and so on. However, these are raw episodes.
We believe, international fans should opt for either of the two anime stream juggernauts – Crunchyroll and Funimation.
While both of these are paid, they are legit and show high-quality episodes. Other than those, you can opt for Netflix, iQiyi, Bilibili, Viu, or others.
These are region-specific though. We highly recommend all fans watch the series through legal channels only.