Original Air Date: 22 October 2001

Onigumo's Heart Still Beats Within Naraku

Kagome returns home, upset with Inuyasha pettily ignoring Koga, later revealed that she is just retrieving medical supplies. Naraku finds Kikyo, but realizes that he is unable to kill her because he still carries Onigumo's heart deep within him. In order to destroy her, he takes away the souls that she needs to remain animated and a weakened Kikyo flees only to end up back the Sacred Tree where she imprisoned Inuyasha. Her souls are returned to her thanks to Inuyasha, but she takes a sudden leave after the two embrace, as a hurt and dejected Kagome watches behind a tree.

Original Air Date: 15 October 2001

Juromaru and Kageromaru

Koga wants to defeat Naraku in order to avenge the deaths of his wolf yōkai tribe. Naraku presents his newest incarnate detachment, Juromaru, challenging Koga to a match. Inuyasha soon shows up and combats against Juromaru, later discovering that Kageromaru lies dormant within Juromaru. Inuyasha and Koga reluctantly team up to fight against the devastatingly fast duo in spite of protecting Kagome. Inuyasha destroys Juromaru and Kageromaru by way of the Tetsusaiga's Wind Scar.

Original Air Date: 8 October 2001

Sesshomaru Wields Tokijin

Kaijinbo is destroyed by his own welded creation, being too nefarious for its maker to wield. Kagura directs Sesshomaru to Tokijin, witnessing as the demon claims his sword and wields it against his younger brother. While Inuyasha and his companions escape before they feel the full brunt of Tokijin held in the hands of Sesshomaru, Kagura decides that Sesshomaru may be strong enough to destroy her master.

Original Air Date: 17 September 2001

Kaijinbo's Evil Sword

After finding the corpse of Goshinki and detecting the scent of Inuyasha, Sesshomaru journeys to Kaijinbo, the rogue blacksmith and former disciple of Totosai, in order to commission a sword made from Goshinki's head. Ironically, on the same night Kaijinbo arrives, possessed and wielding the Tokijin as his newest creation, Inuyasha has transformed into his human form, rendering him defenseless. Luckily, Totosai then appears and give Inuyasha his sword, however being too heavy for him to lift.

Original Air Date: 10 September 2001

Tetsusaiga Breaks

Inuyasha confronts Kikyo as to her motivations for giving Naraku the stolen shards of the Shikon Jewel, and she explains it being part of her plan to ultimately destroy Naraku. Meanwhile, Naraku has unleashed Goshinki, a large horned ogre yōkai with the ability of telepathy, revealed to be his third incarnation. Goshinki manages to break the Tetsusaiga but unexpectedly causes Inuyasha to transform into a full-breed dog yōkai.

Original Air Date: 3 September 2001

The Wind Scar Fails

Inuyasha continues to fight Kagura, who is using her wind to reanimate the soulless villagers. However, when he decides to use the Wind Scar against her, he gets a nasty surprise and finds Kanna using her mirror to reflect his attack. Naraku arrives to present startling news to Inuyasha, in that Kikyo herself willingly gave him the shards of the Shikon Jewel of which she took from Kagome. Kagome then shoots a sacred arrow into Kanna's mirror, wherefore all the souls and spirits trapped in the mirror are returned to the villagers.

Original Air Date: 27 August 2001

Kagura's Dance and Kanna's Mirror

Miroku is unexpectedly reunited with Koharu, a young girl who fell in love with him and has run away from her village when her master's son came to her with unwanted advances. Meanwhile, Kagura and Kanna, being the incarnated detachments of Naraku, wreak havoc upon the same village by stealing the souls of the villagers and controlling their bodies. Kanna finds that Kagome's spirit overwhelms the entrapment within her mirror, deciding to leave her weakened instead.

Original Air Date: 20 August 2001

The Deadly Trap of Kagura the Wind Sorceress

Inuyasha finds himself at the losing end of his battle against Koga until Kagura shows her face and defeats Koga with ease. It is unfortunate that the Wind Scar is useless against Kagura, being that she can control the winds, until Kagome steps in to purify the air with her sacred arrows. As a defeated Kagura escapes, Inuyasha notices a familiar spider shaped scar on her back. Kagome later uses her sacred arrow to eradicate the poisoned shard of the Shikon Jewel from Koga's arm.

Original Air Date: 13 August 2001

Trapped In A Duel To The Death

Naraku, using the Saimyōshō, takes a poisoned shard of the Shikon Jewel from the forehead of a bear yōkai. During a raid on one of Naraku's castles, Koga's wolf yōkai tribe is killed by the wind sorceress Kagura, who lures Koga to the castle with the poisoned shard of the Shikon Jewel. When Koga finds Inuyasha amongst the fallen wolves, they begin a duel to the death. Miroku and Sango are to enter the castle to fight another demon puppet manipulated by Naraku.

Original Air Date: 6 August 2001

Two Hearts, One Mind

After another heated argument with Inuyasha, Kagome decides to return home and restock her medical supplies. She soon discovers that her friends are worried that she may lose Hojo to another girl. Meanwhile, Shippo attempts to explain why Inuyasha and Kagome are having an altercation against each other to Kaede, who offers some sound advice that Inuyasha decides to take.

Original Air Date: 30 July 2001

The Man Who Fell In Love With Kagome

As Inuyasha, Mikoku and Sango rush to save Kagome and Shippo, Kagome agrees to help Koga on the condition that he will not let the wolves hurt Shippo. Kagome locates a shard of the Shikon Jewel in a Siamese Bird of Paradise. When Inuyasha finally arrives to help, Koga audaciously declares his love for Kagome and incites Inuyasha's jealousy. However, Inuyasha puts his jealousy aside and uses the Wind Scar to eliminate the Siamese Bird of Paradise.

Original Air Date: 23 July 2001

Kagome Kidnapped by Koga, the Wolf-Demon

After slaughtering much of the wolves, Inuyasha and his companions are met by Koga, who takes an instant dislike for Inuyasha. Koga sees Inuyasha perfecting the Wind Scar of the Tetsusaiga, an attack gained by sensing the fissure between two demonic forces. Koga later decides to kidnap Kagome along with Shippo, while attacking the others. He instructs Kagome to use her ability to see the shards of the Shikon Jewel in order to destroy the demonic Birds of Paradise attacking his clan.

Original Air Date: 16 July 2001

The True Owner of the Great Sword

As Inuyasha and Sesshomaru continue to duel for possession of the Tetsusaiga, both brothers discover the unexpected power and strength of their respective inheritances. After the fight, an injured Sesshomaru is helped by the young orphan Rin. Koga, the leader of the eastern wolf yōkai tribe, is seen attacking the villagers, in search for the shards of the Shikon Jewel. Sesshomaru finds Rin, who was killed by Koga's wolves, and revives her using the Tenseiga, realizing its true strength and power to heal and save lives.

Original Air Date: 9 July 2001

Tetsusaiga and Tenseiga

Sesshomaru, dissatisfied with his sword Tenseiga, wishes to have the old, absent-minded blacksmith Totosai forge him another. The unwilling Totosai has Inuyasha defend him, causing the brothers to fight. Totosai reveals the heritage of Sesshomaru's sword before creating a diversion to allow Inuyasha and his companions to depart. Soon after leaving, Totosai is attacked by Sesshomaru. Once again, Inuyasha battles his older half-brother as Totosai's protection, but must now face Sesshomaru's new defense of the claw of a dragon.

Original Air Date: 2 July 2001

Kikyo, Captured by Naraku

Inuyasha, Kagome, Miroku, Sango and Shippo, as they search for Kikyo, fall into a deadly trap set up by Naraku so they will all be destroyed by illusions of their deepest fears. Kagome, immune to the spell because of her shards of the Shikon Jewel, finds Kikyo no less than hostile and cold towards her, whereas Kikyo takes away her shards of the Shikon Jewel to give to Naraku.

Original Air Date: 25 June 2001

Kikyo and Inuyasha, Into the Miasma

Naraku is shocked to learn that Kikyo is still alive. Meanwhile, Inuyasha, Kagome, Miroku, Sango and Shippo are investigating yōkai appearances in the mountains, in which Kikyo suddenly arrives soon after. The yōkai are battled against, notwithstanding the souls of the yōkai defeated merge with Naraku. Having gained a new body, Naraku kidnaps Kikyo and disappears.

Original Air Date: 18 June 2001

Jinenji, Kind Yet Sad

Inuyasha and Kagome go to a town in search for medicinal herbs for Sango and Kirara. The two end up meeting the gentle giant horse hanyō Jinenji, who is being accused of killing townspeople. Inuyasha sets off to find the source of the real yōkai while Kagome tries to improve Jinenji's self-esteem. Touched by her kindness, Jinenji ends up protecting Kagome from the real yōkai and gains the acceptance of the townspeople.

Original Air Date: 11 June 2001

Tetsusaiga Is Stolen! Showdown At Naraku's Castle!

As Inuyasha and Kohaku engage in combat, Sango succumbs to stealing Tetsusaiga and absconds away. Sango soon discovers that Naraku has possessed the form of Kagewaki Hitomi, the lord whose father hired them the fateful night her kin were killed. She proves to be no match against Kohaku, seeing that she still cares for him. It is until Kagome Higurashi arrives to rescue Sango from Naraku.

Original Air Date: 4 June 2001

Sango's Suffering and Kohaku's Life

Naraku resurrects Kohaku with a shard of the Shikon Jewel, although the memory of the latter is erased, considering the trauma being unbearable, being ordered to attack Inuyasha. Sango follows Kohaku, passing through a spirit shield embedded in a forest, to which Naraku is encountered. Using Kohaku as leverage, Naraku offers to let Kohaku live forever if Sango brings him the legendary sword Tetsusaiga.

Original Air Date: 28 May 2001

Miroku Falls Into a Dangerous Trap

Tricked by a praying mantis demon disguised as a beautiful princess, Miroku ends up damaging the edge of his Wind Tunnel while fighting her. He is to return to his master Mushin to have his right hand healed. Trouble arises when his master ends up possessed by a worm demon and tries to kill weakened Miroku. After Miroku is found by the others, it is discovered that a demon worm charmer is controlling Mushin. After all the demons have been cast out, the demon worm charmer is annihilated and Mushin is no longer possessed.

Original Air Date: 21 May 2001

The Lake of the Evil Water God

Inuyasha, Kagome, Miroku, Sango and Shippo find themselves in a town where the sacrifice of the firstborns are mercifully offered to an arrogant water god. The four are hired by the village headman's son, Taromaru, to save his friend, Suekichi. Inuyasha, Kagome and Shippo all work together in order to destroy the false water god, while Miroku and Sango search and free the true water goddess, then arrive and help the others.

Original Air Date: 14 May 2001

The Secret of the Jewel of Four Souls Revealed

Sango notices that Inuyasha, Kagome, Shippo and Miroku had helped buried the graves of her fellow villagers. She uncovers the secret to passing through the barrier to a cave near her village where the shrine maiden Midoriko created the Shikon Jewel, able to purify the souls of the yōkai. It is explained when a person contains the four spirits, them being courage, friendship, wisdom and love, at their maximum, they unite to form a really strong and powerful balance within the soul that can be used for either good or evil.

Original Air Date: 7 May 2001

Naraku's Insidious Plot

Kept alive by determination alone, Sango reluctantly accepts a shard of the Shikon Jewel from Naraku, whom she does not trust. She faces off against Inuyasha in battle, ignorant of which Naraku is the real culprit. Miroku and Kirara, Sango's pet yōkai cat, chase after Naraku, but the truth is soon revealed when Naraku is manipulating a demon puppet in his place as he fights them.

Original Air Date: 23 April 2001

Enter Sango the Demon Slayer (Exterminator)!

Sango is a demon slayer who collects shards of the Shikon Jewel as payment. She is the sole survivor of an arachnid attack engineered by Naraku to destroy her village of demon slayers and acquire their shards of the Shikon Jewel, by which her younger brother Kohaku was under the influence of Naraku. Sango furiously seeks revenge after believing from Naraku that Inuyasha is to be responsible for the attack.

Original Air Date: 16 April 2001

Kagome's Voice and Kikyo's Kiss

Inuyasha takes off to find Kikyo, but Kagome ends up finding the shrine maiden first, trying to explain the true circumstances which led to her death. When Inuyasha finally encounters Kikyo, she embraces him in tears. Kikyo, no longer caring about how she died, still cannot overcome her hatred of Inuyasha and decides to drag him to the underworld to join her in death. Inuyasha is able to heed Kagome's voice, which allow him to break free of Kikyo's bind. Kikyo later goes to Kaede in order to confirm Naraku's aspirations.


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