Inosuke Hashibira from Kimetsu no Yaiba has 10 stances in his Breath of the Beast and here we explain how each one works.
His personality is stubborn, although inside he has a noble heart that would sacrifice his life to help his friends. Young Hashibira was created by Koyoharu Gotouge and his debut quickly made him a crowd favorite.
Below, The Truth News shares with you all about one of the most interesting breathing styles in anime and the postures Inosuke uses to fight the demons of Muzan Kibutsuji. Spoiler Warning!
How many poses does Inosuke have?
The Breath of the Beast that Inosuke uses in the anime Demon Slayer, has a total of 10 postures or battle forms. These are known as fangs and there is also an unofficial eleventh posture (idea) that the boy improvised to save his life.
What is the Breath of the Beast?
The breath or Breath of the Beast is derived from the Breath of the Wind. It was created by the boar boy himself after living in the mountains and fighting for survival. The combat style mimics wild beasts and animals.
Their forms are specifically the wild and unpredictable nature of wild boars, including movements, attacks, and senses. The demon hunter replicates this with the user’s movements, techniques, and sword skill.
Most, if not all, of the known techniques and forms, are simple, direct but wild and unpredictable movements and attacks, although one of them uses the powerful sense of touch to replicate an animal’s primary senses.
When used correctly, the user visualizes the claws and roars of wild beasts and animals emanating from their weapon, the environment, or themselves. Although Inosuke without a mask can sport a woman’s face, with or without his mask, we are sure that he is one of the most skilled characters in Kimetsu no Yaiba.