What Happened On Inuyasha This Week? (Spoilers)
Can someone please teel me what has happened on Inuyasha this week?
My grandfather and his wife are here and I couldn't stay up to watch Inuyasha since we were going out to places early.
So could someone please gimme spilers on what has happened this week?
Don't you mean last week? Well, let's see:
On Monday ("Naraku's Insidious Plot") we had Naraku escorts Sango to her village. However, due to her injuries Sango is having a hard time keeping up. Naraku gives her a Shikon shard to help her. Inuyasha and the others dump the corpses of the demons who attacked Sango's village into the cave where the Shikon no Tama was made. Much to Inuyasha's dismay a barrier prevents him from entering the cave. Miroku suggests that they find the remaining Demon Exterminators and get them to lower the barrier. As the group walks through the woods, they are interrupted by a large boomerang cutting down several trees in front of them, revealing Sango. Sango attacks Inuyasha. Miroku tries to draw Sango's Boomerang in with his "Wind Tunnel", but the appearance of Naraku and his bees prevents him from doing so. Inuyasha and Sango resume their battle. Miroku attacks Naraku and succeeds in cutting of his arm. As the arm makes its way back to Naraku it rips the Shikon shard off Kagome's neck. Naraku then flies off. Sango notices Kirara and tells her to follow Naraku (she doesn't trust him) she transforms into fire cat and follows after Naraku. Miroku also chases after Naraku. Sango attacks Inuyasha again, when Sango uses her anti-demon gas, Inuyasha cuts off her protective mask, and then carries her out of the gas. Sango stabs Inuyasha in the arm and then notices how much she is bleeding. The only reason she didn't know was because the Shikon was blocking the pain. She then faints. She remembers a conversation with Kohaku about being scared when fighting demons.
Miroku's pursuit of Naraku is halted when he reaches a ravine, however with a little help from Kirara he continues the chase. Naraku sees this and from him sprout many roots from his body. Sango wakes up on Inuyasha's back and Kagome explains that Inuyasha is actually good guy. Inuyasha arrives in the battlefield to see Miroku and Kirara fighting of Naraku's roots. She realizes that Naraku tricked her. When Sango attacks Naraku, he removes the Shikon shard, letting loose all the pain from her wound, Sango is thus unable to attack. Inuyasha gets into the battle and cuts off Naraku's head; but the body and the head keep moving. Sango tells Inuyasha that it's just a puppet (In other words it's not the real Naraku, but a minion to do his work.) Inuyasha destroys the puppet leaving only the Shikon shards and a little wooden doll with Naraku's hair around it. Meanwhile at the mansion where the real Naraku is, a wooden doll, just like the one with the puppet, breaks. The servants tell the young lord (who is really Naraku) that Sango and Naraku haven't returned. When the servants depart, Naraku explains that he knows what really happened and leaves his quarters and as he does he magically puts on the baboon skin.
On Tuesday ("Secrets of the Jewel Of Four Souls Revealed") we had Inuyasha vents his frustration to Miroku about Sango being unable to tell them where Naraku's castle is. Miroku explains that Naraku probably made her forget, he also tells him that Sango has physical and emotional wounds to heal. Kagome finds Sango at the graves of the villagers. Sango offers to show Kagome and the others the cave where the Shikon no Tama was born. At the cave, Sango reveals that the barrier can be passed through only if your heart has regret towards those who died due to the Shikon no Tama. All except Myouga get through the cave. In the middle of the cave there is what looks like a statue of a priestess surrounded by many demons. Sango explains that the Shikon no Tama represents the spirits of Courage, Friendship, Love and Wisdom in everyone. Sango explains that the priestess, Midoriko, had the power to purify demons. A the end of a lengthy 7 day battle, Midoriko took the souls of the demons and put them in her heart, and then she ejected her soul and the demons' souls from, her body as the Shikon no Tama. Inuyasha assumes that the reason Midoriko lost was because she ran out of energy. Sango reveals that Midoriko's battle with the demons continues within the Shikon no Tama, so Midoriko hasn't lost yet. Inuyasha boasts that her struggle will be over when he uses the Shikon no Tama to become a full demon, thus ejecting Inuyasha from the cave. Sango explains that when her village got a hold of the Shikon no Tama, it was so desecrated that they went to a priestess named Kikyo to purify it. Miroku tells Sango that Naraku killed Kikyo.
That night, Myouga takes the Shikon no Tama and rides on Kirara to look at the cave. Myouga tells Midoriko that he does feel regret for those who died, but in his long live he has seen so much death that he is hardened by it. Myouga drops the Shikon no Tama, awakening the demons in the cave, Kirara transforms and combats the demons. Outside the cave, the others realize that the Shikon shard, Kirara and Myouga are missing and rush off to the cave. In the cave, Myouga sees Midoriko defeat the demons, but it is actually Inuyasha. After the battle, Inuyasha reprimands Myouga and then leaves. Kirara however, stays behind at rests at the base of the statue. Kagome then narrates over a scene where Midoriko stands in a meadow. Kagome states that Midoriko must've had a someone with her in the battle with the demons. As Kagome says that, Kirara appears next to Midoriko and the two walk off.
On Wednesday ("Lake of the Evil Water God") we had After searching the area, Shippo returns to the others and tells them that he found a huge castle in the middle of a lake, which might belong to Naraku. The group starts on their way to the castle, they enter a village that is recovering from flood damage. They notice that are bringing a child to the lake as a sacrifice. They learn from the village leader, Nanushi, that it is to appease the water god. Who will destroy their village if they don't send child sacrifices for it to eat. They offer to help, but the leader tells them to leave. The group of men continue to carry the sacrifice away. After the sacrifice leaves, a boy approaches the group and tells them that if they want to help, follow him. They do, the boy explains that he is Taromaru, Nanushi's son who was chosen to be the sacrifice. But Nanushi used the servants son, Suekichi, to take Taromaru's place as the sacrifice. Taromaru says that Suekichi is his best friend and he doesn't want his friend to die in his place. The group agrees to help. That night, the group goes to the Water God's castle (which is the one Shippo saw). In the Water God's throne room, the god realizes that the boy in front of him isn't the son of Nanushi, but a servant boy. Suddenly, Inuyasha and the others storm in. Taromaru offers himself to the Water God, but Inuyasha attacks the God with Tetsusaiga. The God whips out his weapon (a trident) and when Tetsusaiga strikes it, its transformation breaks. The God then uses his trident to send the group into the lake around his castle. Kagome, Shippo and Taromaru are sent back to the throne room. Kagome shoots an arrow at the god which reveals the bone on his hand. Kagome, Shippo, Suekichi and Taromaru run off to hide.
Meanwhile, Sango, Miroku and Inuyasha discover that the god they saw is actually a snake from the lake who god a hold of the true god's trident. The Fake God sealed the real one way in a stone. Inuyasha returns to the castle to save Kagome, while Sango and Miroku free the real god. Inuyasha attacks the fake god, just as he is about to kill Kagome. Sango and Miroku free the god, and discover that it is actually a very small goddess. They then rush back to castle. The fake god sends tornadoes towards the village. After a lengthy battle, Inuyasha gets the trident back from the fake god, returning back into the giant snake that it was. The goddess gets her trident back, returning her to normal size. Miroku sucks the snake into his "Wind Tunnel" and the goddess stops the tornadoes. The next day, Taromaru tells Suekichi that he wants to be just like the gang. Meanwhile, the gang walks on the road leaving the village and Miroku rides on a horse pulling a wagon of things they got as a reward.
And On Thursday ("Miroku Falls Into a Dangerous Trap") we had As, Sango and the others work to exterminate a demon, Miroku gets distracted by a beautiful girl and follows her. After the demon is killed, Kagome and Sango are irritated to hear that Miroku was distracted by a girl. The girl tells Miroku that she is a princess who must marry a man, to become her prince. The girl soon turns into a mantis demon, but Miroku easily sucks the demon into his "Wind Tunnel." However, as he sucks the mantis in, his Wind Tunnel gets cut. That night, Miroku sneaks off and rides Hachi to the temple where he grew up. It was also where Miroku's father was sucked in by his own Wind Tunnel. At the temple and meets his surrogate father, Mushin. Mushin repairs Miroku's Wind Tunnel and tells him that he shouldn't use it again, or he might be sucked in it.
Inuyasha and the others discover that Miroku left early that morning. As they wonder where he went, Myouga shows up and informs the gang that he saw Miroku worriedly look at his Wind Tunnel and leave. On their way to find Miroku, Sango sees one of Naraku's bees in the sky, she tries to kill but only succeeds in cutting off two of its wings. Before she can swing her boomerang again, Inuyasha tells her not to so they can follow it. Later that day, Mushin runs into a demon who using a jar injects Mushin with an odd mist. Mushin attacks Miroku with a cleaver while he sleeps, but Miroku wakes up before the cleaver can cut him. Mushin tells Miroku that if he kills him, Naraku will give him a shard of the Shikon no Tama. Miroku runs off with Hachi, Miroku takes refuge by his father's grave and tells Hachi to go. Hachi flies off and is attacked by Naraku's bees. Hachi falls to the ground in front of Inuyasha and the others. Hachi takes the others to Miroku.
Meanwhile, Mushin attacks Miroku with about one hundred demons. But before they can attack Miroku, Inuyasha kills a bunch with Tetsusaiga. Sango, Kagome, Shippo and Hachi rush to Miroku. Kagome notices the mist coming from Mushin's mouth, Myouga informs her that Mushin must be under the control of a Jar Master. The only way to free him is to find the Jar Master's jar and face towards Mushin. Kagome, Shippo and Sango run off to find the Jar Master. Kagome sees the Jar Master atop the roof of the temple. Kagome fires an arrow at it, but the Jar Master dodges it. Mushin uses a set of giant beads to break Tetsusaiga's transformation and to keep Inuyasha down. Mushin unleashes more demons, Miroku decides to open his Wind Tunnel, he tells Hachi that they might also be sucked in. Hachi tells Miroku that he is prepared to die by his master's side. Miroku sucks the demons in, and his Wind Tunnel cracks even more. Mushin is shocked to see that Miroku opened his Wind Tunnel. Miroku falls to the ground. Inuyasha breaks free from the beads. Inuyasha then saves Miroku. Inuyasha tells Miroku that as long he is around he won't let him die easily. Mushin unleashes even more demons, Inuyasha then picks up Tetsusaiga and wipes out the mass of demons with one swing (like what Sesshomaru did in episode 18), much to everyone's surprise. The Jar Master runs off, but is quickly killed by Sango's boomerang. Shippo then grabs the jar and frees Mushin from the Jar Master's control. The next day, Miroku rests after Mushin did his repairs to Miroku's Wind Tunnel. In private, Mushin tells Inuyasha that Miroku's Wind Tunnel has some cracks he can't repair, so Miroku might die soon. Shippo, Kagome and Sango all gather around Miroku as he wakes up. He looks at his hand in shock, Sango asks him what's wrong, but she soon discovers it was all a ruse so Miroku could get some fondling in. Sango then punches him on the head. Inuyasha walks in and tells Mushin that he doesn't see Miroku dying anytime soon.
Hope that clears things up.