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Did Inosuke get the Demon Slayer mark and what does it look like?

Inosuke Hashibara is one of the most interesting Demon Slayer Characters. Not only is he a self-taught demon slayer, but he also has a very twisted personality. Despite his unrefined demeanor, he is also one of the series’ most likable characters. Inosuke has several trademarks that set him apart from the rest Demon Slayer And his mask is one of the most striking characters. And although this article will not focus on these aspects, it will be devoted to Inosuke and one aspect of his story. It is a known fact that a powerful demon slayer can, under certain circumstances, activate the Demon Slayer Mark, which gives them a powerful boost under certain circumstances. In this article, we will tell you if Inosuke has activated his Mark and if so, what it looks like.

No, Inosuke Hashibara did not activate the Demon Slayer Mark in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba series. He is one of the few heroes (a notable counterpart being Zen’itsu) who never activates his Demon Slayer Marks, though he certainly deserves it. That’s a shame because Inosuke had more than one epic battle for sure and he did fulfill the conditions at some point, but it’s still unknown why he never activated it.

The rest of this article will focus on Inosuke’s story and why he never received his Demon Slayer mark in a realm Demon Slayer. We’ve now given you the answer to the question you’ve been looking for, but we’ll expand on it by talking a little bit about the Demon Slayer Mark and why Inosuke never had the chance to activate it in this series. This article contains spoilers, but only for those who haven’t seen or read any of it Demon Slayer loop or chapter.

Activating the Demon Slayer’s Mark is not easy

A demon slayer mark is a mystical mark that can be obtained and appear on the body of a powerful demon slayer, usually its head, but it can also appear on other parts of the body. The mark itself is similar to a tattoo, scar, or birthmark. Almost every demon slayer possesses a unique pattern, possibly related to the breathing technique they use (the Tsugikuni and Tanjir brothers had the same markings, but this was intentional and had symbolic value); Since they are similar to the symbols seen on demons, they have often been compared.

It remains unknown how and why such a mark appears on the body. However, the first recorded owner was Yoriichi Tsugikuni, who was also the first demon slayer and creator of the Sun Breathing Technique, the first breathing technique in history. It was relatively common during the Sengoku era. Most of the records detailing it have been lost. After the Golden Age of Demon Slayers, it became very rare, due to the difficulty in activating it and because Muzan managed to destroy the Legion over the centuries. He reappears during the main timeline when Tanjiro and some other characters manage to activate him.

To activate it, the user must have survived a life-threatening situation, including a heart rate above 200 beats per minute and a body temperature above 39 degrees Celsius. Conditions like these usually kill a person, but if the user manages to survive, that means they deserve the mark, as Muichirō explained.

But activation is supposed to have a cost. Maintaining the Demon Slayer Mark is a complex process that requires a lot of energy, and prolonged use seems to drain the body. This is why many demon slayers with the mark die young, giving rise to the theory that the mark is already cursed and every possessor will die when they reach the age of 25. We already talked about this curse in a previous article, so we won’t repeat ourselves here – we just thought That you need to know the sign of the demon slayer.

So, as we said, Yoriichi was the first person to bear the Demon Slayer’s mark, and he was also the only known holder of a mark that he was actually born with. All Demon Slayer Mark owners have activated it by fulfilling the conditions we discussed above, and this is how it is usually activated. Yoriichi was special in many ways, so that fact is just another addition to how special he is as a character. Now that we’ve explained what the Demon Slayer sign is and how to activate it, we can actually discuss Inosuke.

Inosuke could easily have activated his mark, so it remains unknown how and why he never did it

Now, not every demon slayer activates the demon slayer tag, which makes sense once you consider that there are certain conditions that must be met. As for Inosuke, he didn’t actually activate his Demon Slayer Mark and we’ll now analyze why. So as we said earlier the conditions that must be met cumulatively are:

  1. Surviving a life-threatening situation
  2. Heart rate above 200 beats per minute
  3. Body temperature above 39°C

Now, as we have said, these conditions must be met and if a person survives them, because, ordinarily, they would be sufficient to kill a person, they deserve the mark. As for Inosuke, he has been in a series of life-threatening situations, and due to his private nature, has definitely pushed himself to his limits on several occasions; Even during the early stages, when he was much weaker and less refined as a demon slayer, Inosuke would push himself and claim that he wanted to become the strongest.

During his battle in the Recreation Zone against Daki, as well as during his battle against Douma, Rank Two, Inosuke – we’re sure of this, though not confirmed – fulfilled the conditions for activating his Demon Slayer Mark, but that never happened. Why? Well, maybe Inosuke never had any formal training, so he never reached a certain level, but this theory makes no sense since he was never implying that formal training had anything to do with the mark itself. To us, it simply seems like the author either forgot to do this or didn’t want to do it for some reason, possibly because the focus was always on Tanjirou, which means he didn’t want two heroes to have the same ability. Whatever the case, while Zen’itsu didn’t activate the Mark it’s explained relatively well from a plot point of view, Inosuke’s story wasn’t and that’s a shame because, as we’ll soon see, he definitely deserves it.

As we did with Zen’itsu, we’re going to quickly analyze Inosuke’s powers to show you that he definitely deserves his Mark. As a result of living in the mountains almost his entire life, Inosuke has developed an acute sense of touch. Thanks to this highly developed sense, he was able to sense the slightest vibration in the air, and thus was able to detect both enemies and allies.

Inosuke had complete control of his body and could even dislocate the joints of his limbs to perform more effective attacks at a greater distance. As well as the ability to move between small spaces. He also had the ability to move his organs inside his body however he wanted (similar to Muzan’s but not identical). This ability allowed him to move his vital organs across his body, preventing them from being damaged by any external physical attack.

As a member of the Demon Slayer Corps, Inosuke was an extremely talented and powerful swordsman. His fighting style consisted of a brutal breathing technique. Throughout his time as a demon slayer, he encountered many powerful enemies and members of the Twelve Demon Moons.

He possessed a high level of wielding his two sharp swords, being one of the strongest swordsmen of his generation. He was even able to wield two swords in combat; These were split on the edge of the blade allowing him to tear through the flesh of his opponents with great ease. His skills as a swordsman allow him to face and defeat the Upper Moon Two, Dōma, along with Kanao Tsuyuri. He was also able to decapitate the previous Sixth Upper Moon, Daqi.

His savage breathing technique was a breathing technique derived directly from Wind Breath, but he managed to create it himself, without any formal or informal training (as he had been living with wild boars in the forest), using as references the many beasts and animals he lived out his days with. In the mountain. His style consisted of using swords whose edge had many saw-like crosses that slashed and shredded the opponent’s vital points, combining them with his natural abilities which were necessary to execute the 11 tusks (forms, as they are commonly called) of this breathing style to perfection.

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