Shokera's Venomous Claw

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Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka episodes
"Yokai Yamanosei"
"Shokera's Venomous Claw"
"The Perceptive Yokai"
"Shokera's Venomous Claw"
Shokera's Venomous Claw
Series Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka
Episode # 13 (original airing), 27 (rebroadcast)

"Shokera's Venomous Claw" (しょうけら毒爪 (どくづめ) (まき),   Shōkera Dokuzume no Maki) is the thirteenth episode of Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka.

Plot

One night as Kotaro, Nyudo and Uragira were sleeping by a campfire, Coonjo appeared and extinguished the fire to allow the yokai Shokera to approach. Coonjo called out to Uragira, waking him and signaling him to steal Kotaro's naginata from under him. Now defenseless, the sleeping Kotaro was awoken by an attack from Coonjo and Shokera, dodging out of the way in the nick of time. Kotaro battled Shokera hand-to-hand for a time, but was eventually punctured by the yokai's venomous claw, greatly impairing him. After attempting briefly to fend Shokera off, Kotaro leapt into the air and landed next to Uragira, snatching his naginata back from his hands. Kotaro rejoined the battle, managing to slice off one of Shokera's hands, but again succumbed to the venom in his body. Shokera attempted to bring his hand back to him using telekinesis, but Kotaro chopped it out of the sky, injecting himself with more venom in the process. Clueless as to the battle occurring nearby, Nyudo awoke and began rekindling the campfire. Just as Shokera and Coonjo prepared to deal the finishing blow to Kotaro, the fire ignited with a flash, blinding both of them and killing Shokera. As Coonjo fled in defeat, Uragira bowed and plead with Kotaro for forgiveness. Kotaro accepted his apology, but asked where Nyudo had went. When they looked over, they saw Nyudo urinating next to a tree and erupted into laughter.

Cast

Actor's name on the left, character played on the right.

Appearances

Characters and yokai

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