No one is more delusional than Hantengu in all of Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer. Unable to take criticism, admit to his crimes, and own up to his wrongdoing, Hantengu creates multiple versions of himself to stand in his corner to protect and defend him. Follow this guide to learn all of Hantengu’s forms in Demon Slayer.
Demon Slayer – All Hantengu’s forms
Hantengu is one of the most powerful Demons in Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer. He’s so powerful that he rose to the ranks of Upper-Rank Four because of his Demon Blood Art. This may seem a little far-fetched to you because of Hangtengu’s cowardice; however, he is so strong because of this.
In total, Hantengu has six Demon forms, called Sekido, Karaku, Aizetsu, Urogi, Zohakuten, and Urami. Each of these forms is a manifestation of Hantengu’s emotions. In addition, these clones or manifestations can use their Blood Demon Art.
Sekido is the manifestation of Hantengu’s anger and is always in a state of irritation and rage. He cares little for his fellow clones and is the pseudo-leader of the group. He will bark orders and show great distaste for his fellow clones, failing to meet his demands and expectations.
Sekido can use Electrokinesis through his Khakkhara by stabbing it into the ground. He also can absorb his fellow clones, Karaku, Urogi, and Aizetsu, to form Zohakuten.
Karaku represents Hantengu’s pleasure and is a more laid-back version of all the clones. Unlike his counterparts, he enjoys fighting and sees it as a game. This is represented by how playful he is when fighting Tanjiro and Nezuko. However, due to his mischievous nature, he also shows masochistic tendencies and enjoys the feeling of being cut down. Of course, he also gets on the nerves of Sekido.
He can use Areokinesis through an Uchiwa and thus create powerful gusts of wind to blow away his opponents.
Aizetsu is a manifestation of Hantengu’s sorrow and is a more depressed version of himself. He can seem pessimistic, negative, and sour. However, he is much calmer than his fellow clones and can make strategic moves in battle. Aizetsu wields a spear called Jumonji Yari, which can make his thrusting attacks more powerful.
Not to be confused with Karaku, Urogi is a manifestation of Hantengu’s joy. Though similar to Karaku, Urogi also enjoys fighting and can be seen complementing Tanjiro’s intelligence during their fight. In addition, Urogi has a much more unique body disposition in which he has wings to help him with flight.
Unlike the other clones, Urogis Blood Demon Art is the ability to create Sonic Screams and thus able to generate powerful sound waves from his mouth.
As mentioned above, Zohakuten is the combination of all four of the clones, Sekido, Karaku, Urogi, and Aizetsu. He also manifests Hantengu’s hatred and is the defender of Hantengu’s innocence. Zohakuten can manipulate wood and uses a Double-bladed dagger as a weapon. In addition to his abilities, he can also use the skills of the clones he has absorbed.
This is the final clone and manifestation of all of Hantengu’s forms. He represents Hantengu’s resentment. He is just as delusional as Hantengu and Zohakuten and demands that the Demon Slayers not bully his weak self. Urami can use size alteration, allowing himself to grow bigger or smaller.
And that’s it. We conclude our guide on all of Hantengu’s forms in Kimetsu no Yaiba: Demon Slayer. If you enjoyed this guide, check out How did Nakime become a Demon in Demon Slayer?