Nezuko protecting Tanjiro from the Swamp Demon. Tanjiro is the elder brother of Nezuko and her only remaining family member alive after her family was killed. As such, Nezuko, who is usually calm and well-mannered, will become enraged and attack any Demon who harms Tanjiro. Being the sole surviving members of a poor family, the siblings are very close, trusting and loving of one another. He is likely the only one capable of actively calming Nezuko down by calling her name or singing to her their mother's lullaby. After Muzan turns Tanjiro into a Demon, Nezuko is the only person who he does not try to kill or purposefully harm, even after she clings to him and blocks one of his attacks. This might be possible due to Muzan only asking him to destroy the Demon Slayer Corps. Zenitsu crushing on Nezuko. Upon seeing her for the first time, Zenitsu falls in love with Nezuko at first sight. Although the two are rarely seen interacting together, Zenitsu treats her with affection and care. Despite his cowardly nature, Zenitsu musters the courage to ascend to Mount Natagumo upon realizing that Tanjiro (and by proxy Nezuko) were in the territory of the Spider Family, intending to protect Nezuko. During their recovery training, Zenitsu would sit beside her box and tell her stories about Tanjiro and their rehabilitation training. Nezuko would often respond by moving and scratching her box, suggesting that she enjoyed listening to Zenitsu's stories. As Nezuko returns to humanity, she starts to remember her time as a Demon and in particular a memory of Zenitsu gifting her flowers, hinting she does see him in a good light.
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Although initially she was nervous by him declaring her as his wife, the two along with Inosuke and Tanjiro would come to live together and in due time the two of them would marry each other and form a family that would yield great-grandchildren in the present day. Sakonji embraces Tanjiro and Nezuko. When Giyu tells his master Sakonji about Tanjiro and his demonized sister along with his belief that the two were different, Sakonji takes in Tanjiro as a disciple while allowing Nezuko to rest in his house. Thought the two do not have too much interaction, the two seem to care for each other. To ensure Nezuko would not succumb to her Demon instincts, he did a (rare case of benevolent) brainwashing to convince her that humans were a part of her family and must be protected. When Tanjiro survives the test to become a Demon Slayer and returns, he receives a hug from both Nezuko and Sakonji. Later, Sakonji sends a letter to Kagaya Ubuyashiki, the leader of the Demon Slayer Corps, citing that if Nezuko ever did succumb to her Demon instincts, he would commit suicide for her actions, demonstrating great care for her wellbeing and trust in both her and Tanjiro. After Nezuko takes Tamayo's drug to transform back into a human, Sakonji is the one by her bedside to watch over her. After meeting Sakonji as a human again, they embraced each other in a warm hug. Giyu protecting Nezuko from Shinobu. When Giyu responds to the murder of the Kamado family, he tries to kill Nezuko since she had recently transformed into a Demon.
He captures her and nearly kills her even when Tanjiro begs him to spare her, believing Nezuko to be a threat to humanity as all Demons were. However, he is surprised when she chooses not to eat her brother but rather protect them instead. Despite his disgust towards Demons, Giyu decides to give her and Tanjiro a chance and sends them to his master Sakonji for training. While Giyu and Nezuko do not have much further interaction, they share a similar bond with Tanjiro. In addition, Giyu protects Nezuko from being slain by fellow Demon Slayer Shinobu Kocho and has promised to take responsibility for not slaying Nezuko given his status as Hashira and, should she eventually decide to succumb to her Demon instincts and murder someone, he would commit suicide, demonstrating his great faith and care for her. At first, Nezuko is threatened by Yushiro's presence as she senses that he is a Demon; however after she realizes he shows no ill intent or harm towards her or Tanjiro, she no longer perceives him as a threat and stops being wary around him. Yushiro initially sees her as "unsightly," due to his personal belief that all Demons are disgusting and grotesque with the sole exception being Tamayo, his master and the object of his undying love.
In their initial encounter, Sanemi held a deep hatred towards Nezuko due to her nature as a demon.
However, after they fight side-by-side during the attack on their hidden clinic by Yahaba and Susamaru, he revises his opinion of her, calling her beautiful. Nezuko likewise sees Yushiro as one of her younger siblings and begins patting his head, much to his dismay. Nezuko is seen to be at ease around Tamayo, acting more childish than she would normally. She sees Tamayo the same way she views all humans: a part of her family, specifically an individual similar to her mother. This endears her to Tamayo, as she is touched by the fact that Nezuko views her as a normal person, despite her status as a Demon and her past sins. In their initial encounter, Sanemi held a deep hatred towards Nezuko due to her nature as a demon. He taunted Tanjiro by stabbing Nezuko multiple times from within the box with his nichirin blade with intentions of trying to prove to Kagaya Ubuyashiki that all demons eat humans, hence trying to indicate that Nezuko was a threat. He attempted to tempt Nezuko into attacking him by wounding his arm, seeming to believe that she would do so since he possessed special marechi blood that managed to even hindered Upper Moon One during their intense battle into the near future. Unexpectedly, Nezuko turns her head away refusing to devour him even when he possesses marechi, the blood type that gave the equivalent strength from eating a hundred humans. Nezuko is irritated, which is indicated by her mad expression that she displays towards Sanemi when she retrieved into her box. During Nezuko's transformation back into a human, she remembers the moment where Sanemi was trying to get her to devour him by flaunting his wounded arm.
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After the battle against Muzan Kibutsuji, Nezuko now a human, somehow runs into an awkward encounter with Sanemi again. Asking if his wounds were ok, he bluntly replies that his wounds are fine. He then apologizes to Nezuko about everything he had done to her in the past and that he was asleep the entire time after the defeat of Muzan. To lessen the tension, Nezuko tells Sanemi that she was asleep for two whole years and implied that she loves sleeping which briefly reminded Sanemi of his younger brother, Genya. He gives her a headpat and smiles at her before parting ways, leaving her flustered with embarrassment. Upon first meeting her, Shinobu tries to kill Nezuko due to her Demon status, but is quickly shielded by Tanjiro and protected by Giyu. However, during Nezuko and Tanjiro's trial at the Hashira meeting, Shinobu feels sorry for the siblings when they were questioned, later showing concern for the two, even allowing them to stay at her mansion and rest. While Shinobu still holds a deep hatred for Demons as a whole, it doesn't seem to extend to Nezuko, partially because she sympathizes with Tanjiro and his kind nature being similar to her sister's. When Nezuko was transforming back into a human, she reflected on a memory of when Shinobu allowed Nezuko to look at her pet goldfish.
While they have little to no interaction in the series, Nezuko cares enough for Kanao that she was distracted when Tanjiro (now a Demon influenced by Muzan) injured Kanao and referred to her as Kanao chan, implying there is some closeness between them. After Tanjiro marries Kanao, they become sisters-in-law. Nezuko first meets Mitsuri at the hidden Swordsmith Village. They enjoy each others' company and have a relationship that can be seen as akin to sisters. Additionally, Nezuko enjoys getting Tanjiro to style her hair like the Love Hashira's. Nezuko meets Tengen at the Entertainment District. At first Tengen didn't accept Nezuko from being a demon and wanted to kill her along with Tanjiro from breaking the corps rules. When Nezuko used her Blood Demon Art to burn Gyutaro's poison out of his body, Tengen expressed gratitude towards Nezuko for saving his life with his wives showing signs of gratitude as well. After the battle against Muzan Kibutsuji, Tengen and his wives visited Nezuko who is human again, and Tanjiro while also giving an invite to visit them someday. Nezuko expressed joy when Tengen lifted her up onto his shoulder. Sumire and the second child of Sumiyoshi and Suyako are not included since the story does not indicate which child carries on the lineage. Kimetsu no Yaiba First Fanbook. Kimetsu no Yaiba Manga: Volume 12, Extra Pages.
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Before Sword Art Online was published, Kawahara had posted Sword Art Online novels on his website and there are still a few side stories on Sword Art Online, although the original novels have been removed. In addition, Kawahara has published a side story of Sword Art Online in one of his other works, Accel World. In the tenth volume of Accel World, there is a chapter where it depicts a cross over between Sword Art Online and Accel World. Several of the side stories that he has released are in a collection called the Sword Art Online Material Edition, sold at the Comitia dōjinshi-selling event, which range from novels to manga. However, all of the art in the Material Editions is drawn by Kawahara himself. Aside from the light novels written by Kawahara, there are also two spin-offs written by other authors with supervision by him. The first one is Sword Art Online Alternative: Gun Gale Online series written by Keiichi Sigsawa and illustrated by Kouhaku Kuroboshi, while the other is Sword Art Online Alternative: Clover's Regret, written by Watase Souichirou and illustrated by Ginta. While both of these series take place in the same world as the main series written by Kawahara, they each feature different characters as the focus compared to the main series.
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