Slowly, as the episodes progress, viewers discover more and more about the past of the three protagonists of Yashahime: Princess half-demonand obviously on their character and desires. In the new episode, the focus is on Moroha, the daughter of Inuyasha and Kagome.

Although the girl is not the main character in the Inuyasha sequel, episode 16 of the animated series reverses that trend in order to offer more to fans Information about his pastStatements that could also be of fundamental importance for the future.

In the previous episode, it was revealed that Moroha had been left with the Wolf demon tribe of an ancient Yashahime protagonist after his parents were trapped. But his mentor, Yawaragi, got into debt by playing with the body dealer Jyubei. The debts Moroha is trying to pay off are Yawaragi's.

Moroha has a cheeky personality lack of self-control and the latter feature becomes more evident when he transforms into the demon Beniyasha. As it turned out during a review, Moroha transformed when attacked by some demons, and eventually met Yawaragi as well, which left her with several scars.

The breeder of the wolf demon clan was induced to do so wear iron rat armor to protect herself from the girl's future loss of control, it turned out that the armor was cursed. Over the years, it will gradually shrink and eventually crush it to death. The only solution to save yourself is to kill Moroha, as Konton has suggested in the present.

Episode 16 ends with a long fight in which Moroha decides not to transform: The girl wants to stay in control for once and only win with her skills. The memory associated with Yawaragi therefore taught the daughter of Inuyasha and Kagome to remain calm and suppress her wild and dangerous side. A lesson that will be useful to both her and her two cousins ​​in the future. Yashahime's director talks about the challenges of producing the sequel.

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