"The Yokai Clan's Grudge"

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Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka episodes
"The Birth of Kotaro"
"The Yokai Clan's Grudge"
"The Jigokudani Trap"
"The Yokai Clan's Grudge"
The Yokai Clan's Grudge
Series Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka
Episode # 2 (original airing),
5 (rebroadcast)

"The Yokai Clan's Grudge" ( (よう) (かい) (いち) (ぞく)うらみの (まき),   Yōkai Ichizoku Urami no Maki) is the second episode of Go! Kotaro Ushiwaka.

Plot

Following the first defeat of her loyal minions at the hands of Kotaro Ushiwaka, Dark Clan leader Coonjo regathered her surviving troops and summoned the yokai Aobozu to aid them in a counterattack against the hero. Meanwhile, as Kotaro was hiking through the countryside, he was stopped by a supposed yokai hunter named Nyudo who asked him for more sake. When Kotaro refuses, an angered Nyudo attempted to throw a boulder at him, but he evaded it by leaping onto the branch of a nearby tree. Feeling defeated, Nyudo attempted to sit down on a pair of rocks, but they erupted into a cloud of smoke from which Coonjo and her minions appeared. Nyudo tried to reach for his club to attack them, but it disappeared, revealing Aobozu standing before him. Aobozu kicked Nyudo to the ground and Coonjo prepared to finish him off with her sword, but she was struck with the tip of a naginata which had been thrown at her. Kotaro, still perched in the tree, leapt down before the band of evildoers, revealing his presence. Coonjo's subordinates charged at the hero, but were outmatched in hand-to-hand combat and finished off with slashes from Kotaro's naginata. The downed bodies of Aobozu and the minions disappeared, while Kotaro drove Coonjo off with a blinding flash of light reflected off of his naginata blade. Infuriated by Kotaro's meddling, Coonjo again swore revenge.

Cast

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

Appearances

Characters and yokai

Gallery

Screenshots

Video

Full episode

References

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